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WHAT’S INSIDE?

AN INTRODUCTION TO ROUTE PLAN EXPLORE

3 Central London Cycling Overview 4-5 The Most Famous Sites 8-11 Western Sector 12-15 Central Sector 16-19 Eastern Sector 20 Bike Rentals 21-23 Transport Connections

London is enjoyed best at street level. By using the bicycle, this means getting to see more of the best bits London has to offer in the most affordable and enjoyable manner. To add to this, London now has a world class safe cycle link that cuts right through the centre that makes exploring London best and most iconic locations even more attractive and straightforward. Our guide is your go-to for the best in London’s culture, shopping, eating, and chilling experiences, all accessible by bike. Whether this be iconic views such as Buckingham Palace or Tower Bridge, unique London experiences like visiting Borough Market, or simply a place to take it all in such as cycling by the River Thames or stopping in Hyde Park, it’s all covered. As part of this brochure we provide: • Local cycling maps showing the key landmarks • Descriptions of the most popular and best places to visit • R outePlanRoll – a London wider schematic diagram of the key city cycle routes, including their cyclability • A handy tube map that shows where you can bring your bike with you • Helpful information on picking up a bike to rent for the day

HEALTH BENEFITS OF CYCLING Cycling is a proven zero emission mode of transport so is great for the environment whilst you get around. Use cycling to beat physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour. Cycling offers health benefits of regular physical activity, enabling you to have an active lifestyle. Cycling offers mental health benefits. Being outdoors, in particular by green and water areas, is proven to reduce anxiety and stress, whilst enhanced accessibility reduces the potential for social exclusion.” 2


CYCLE SUPERHIGH WAY 3 WESTERN SECTOR Elegant buildings and large parks give this area a grand look. There is also a whole quarter filled with London’s most iconic museums. NOTTING HILL

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Where the bicycle meets the water, as Cycleway 3 runs along the river Thames. Iconic postcard views of London await along Embankment and Southbank.

The area offers a mix between the old and the new as the historic centre of London meets new modern buildings.

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View an interactive version of this map at: bit.ly/rpe2019 Open it on your phone in the Google Maps app and save it to “My Maps”.

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@ROUTEPLANROLL ROUTE_PLAN_ROLL Additional helpful local information is available through picture and video on our social media channels to give you even more about our favourite locations, why the cycle path is so fantastic to cycle on, information on specific upcoming events, and general information on bike parking / renting along corridor. We encourage you to share your experience and personal tips on social media using #RP_Explore_London and linking @routeplanroll in to both help us improve our guide and help enhance the experience of others who would like to cycle the corridor.

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HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT PAID Find out how UK Parliament works as you travel through the Commons Chamber and the Lords Chamber, follow in the footsteps of the Queen at the State Opening and be inspired by Westminster Hall which is almost 1000 years old Saturdays until 28 September 2019, Monday to Friday between 1 and 30 August 2019 (except 26 August)

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM FREE World famous exhibitions on the natural world located in South Kensington – its past, present and future. Also hosts Wildlife Photographer of the Year* until 30 June 2019 (*paid entry) Shop Cafés Daily 10:00–17:50

SCIENCE MUSEUM FREE Award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects and stories of incredible scientific achievement Shop Cafés Daily 10:00–18:00

VICTORIA AND ALBERT (V&A) MUSEUM FREE The world’s leading museum of art and design Shop Cafés Daily 10:00–17:45 (Friday only 10:00–22:00)

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WESTMINSTER ABBEY PAID Coronation church since 1066, the abbey stands as a royal church and World Heritage Site with over a thousand years of history - Coronations, royal weddings, kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; poets, heroes and villains Monday to Friday 9:30–15:30 (Wednesday only 16:30–18:00), Saturday (May to August) 9:00–15:00, Saturday (September to April) 9:00–13:00


ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL PAID SOMERSET HOUSE FREE Beautiful cultural space that offers a diverse and dynamic public programme of contemporary arts and culture Shop Terrace bar, café, restaurant Opening times vary by bar, café, restaurant and exhibition

St Paul’s Cathedral , with its vast dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline and known across the world. With your sightseeing ticket, you can walk in the footsteps of royalty and political leaders on the Cathedral floor; climb the dome to try the unique acoustics of the Whispering Gallery; go even higher to enjoy some of the most spectacular views over London from the Stone and Golden Galleries; or head down to the crypt where our nation’s heroes are buried Monday to Saturday 08:30–16:30 (17:30 in August)

NATIONAL GALLERY FREE The story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece located at Trafalgar Square Shop Bar, café, restaurant Daily 10:00–18:00 (Friday only 10:00–21:00)

TOWER OF LONDON PAID 1000 year old London fortress that includes protector of the Crown Jewels and home of the ‘Beefeaters’ Yeoman Warders Shop Cafés Tuesday to Saturday 09:00–17:30, Sunday & Monday 10:00–17:30

TATE MODERN FREE International modern and contemporary art in an iconic converted power station Shop Bar, café, restaurant Free viewing platform with 3600 views of the London skyline Sunday to Thursday 10:00–18:00, Friday to Saturday 10:00–22:00 7


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To the north of HYDE PARK is the affluent and fashionable area centred around Bayswater and Notting Hill, which includes excellent independent shops and cafes, an iconic market, and great places to take time out. Following Quietway 2 you come across London’s iconic Victorian townhouses. This route leads you to LONDON’S PORTOBELLO ROAD MARKET (main day Saturday). Not only is this the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible, the area around it provides a number of excellent independent shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars to start or finish your trip. Particular favourites are CERAMICA BLUE

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HYDE PARK / KENSINGTON GARDENS HYDE PARK is probably London’s most famous park. Covering 350 acres, it’s London’s largest central park. Not only does it allow you ample space for a picnic, relaxation, and space to unwind, but also in the summer it is home to a number of world-class events and concerts. The concerts even provide dedicated cycle parking on Cycleway 3 by Albert Gate in the summer, simply bring your own lock! A number of activities are available to try out including boating, tennis, horse riding, roller skating, as well as having numerous walking and cycling paths. Particular areas worth checking out include

DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN and the Serpentine Lake with the SERPENTINE BAR AND KITCHEN . The area also hosts pioneering exhibitions of contemporary in the SERPENTINE GALLERIES . KENSINGTON GARDENS to the west half of the area has lovely places to relax and take your time, including by Round Pond, which it is also home to KENSINGTON PALACE (the birthplace and intimate childhood home of Queen Victoria and home to young royals for over 300 years) and one of London's biggest playgrounds Diana Memorial Playground. Complete your by visiting nearby one of London’s most iconic pubs THE CHURCHILL ARMS .

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South Kensington is the Museum Quarter of London. Exhibition Road is home to three of London’s most visited museums – the NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM , the SCIENCE MUSEUM , and the art and design VICTORIA AND ALBERT (V&A) MUSEUM . For those less experienced cycling, it is recommend to leave your bike just off Cycleway 3 close the ALBERT MEMORIAL . However bike parking and docking stations are located outside the museums on Exhibition Road. At the southern end of Exhibition Road, around South Kensington, the area opens out for pedestrians and cyclists offering

SOUTH KENSING TON many excellent places to eat, drink, and people watch. Particular favourites for lunch and a peruse include CAFÉ DE NATA , selling some excellent Portuguese Custard Tarts, LA CAVE A FROMAGE – a specialist cheese shop with small seating area, and BROMPTON FOOD MARKET – an independent deli, cafe and grocer all under one roof and one very large parasol. Taking Cycleway 3 as far as Albert Gate in HYDE PARK , you can immerse yourself in the world of high end shopping. Walking down to Knightsbridge you pass the flagship HARVEY NICHOLS before ending up at the HARRODS - the world’s most famous department store. If you want to be sure of being able to bring something home with you head down to HARRODS FRESH MARKET HALL , which is a showcase of the very best fresh produce, with the offer changing seasonally to ensure it’s always at its peak.


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OXFORD STREET By diverting off Cycleway 3 close to Hyde Park Corner on to the Broad Walk you can cycle up to the Upper Brook Street Gate. There you can leave your bike before taking a short 10 minute up to the western end of OXFORD STREET . Oxford Street can lead to a day out in itself with so many high street stores to visit. However, for those who just want to stop by it is worth checking out the original department store

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OXF ORD STR EET SELFRIDGES , which amongst other things has excellent Food Hall, whilst also offering an array of café’s and restaurants. ST CHRISTOPHER’S PLACE allows for a nice break from exploring and offers endless culinary possibilities for a casual meal with friends and family. Closer to HYDE PARK , check out MOUNT STREET DELI which serves fresh food as takeaway or sit-in breakfast, coffee, lunch, and afternoon tea in Mayfair.

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WESTMINSTER / BUCKINGHAM PALACE / VICTORIA This area is dominated by royalty and politics. Between the two Royal Parks of GREEN PARK and ST JAMES’ PARK , you find BUCKINGHAM PALACE . Here you can visit inside (pre booking required) in August, head to the Queens Gallery and the ROYAL MEWS all year round, or check out the dates for when the CHANGING OF THE GUARD ceremony is on – takes place for about 45 minutes from VICTORIA MARKET HALL 10:45am. The best places to eat are down by Victoria. Head to for food and drink across three floors with eleven kitchens, a coffee shop, a roof terrace and three bars championing independent British-made beers & spirits. SIR SIMON MILTON SQUARE also offers multiple locations to sit down for coffee and food, including Flight Club – an interactive darts venue best enjoyed with a group of mates.

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Following the cycle corridor eastbound from here you find Westminster. You could spend all day here if you like, visiting HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT – the home of British politics, WESTMINSTER ABBEY – the royals coronation church since 1066, and the CHURCHILL WAR ROOMS – the bunker and museum hidden beneath the streets of Westminster where Winston Churchill ran WW2. Or simply hop off your bike for a few minutes at Parliament Square and take a look at the dignitaries represented by statues who have all made a substantial contribution to British and world politics.


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beautiful vista and a great place for alfresco dining and café’s such as WHITE MULBERRIES . Closer to Wapping, taking a diversion via Hermitage Wall is a pretty and secluded canal side walk and cycle route to make you feel you are nowhere near central London. To finish your cycling trip, especially on a sunny day out with friends, lock away your bike for the rest of the day and visit one of the pubs by the river in Wapping – TOWN OF RAMSGATE and the CAPTAIN KIDD .

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Carpenders Park Moor Park Northwood

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Northwood Hills

Ruislip Ruislip Manor

Ickenham

North Harrow

Eastcote

Kenton

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Sudbury Town

Brondesbury Park

Queen’s Park Alperton

Greenford

Kilburn Park

Paddington

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Latimer Road

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East Acton

West Ealing

South Ealing

North Acton

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Ealing Broadway

Ealing Common

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Ladbroke Grove

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Shepherd’s Bush Market

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Acton Town

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Notting Hill Gate

Holland Park

Queensway

West Kensington

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Gloucester Road

Earl’s Court

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Wapping

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Wandsworth Road

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London Overground

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Brixton

Balham

Tooting Broadway

Phipps Bridge

Lewisham

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Beckenham Road

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Colliers Wood

Morden Road

Elverson Road

Norwood Junction

South Wimbledon

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Woolwich Arsenal

Anerley

Crystal Palace

Tooting Bec

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Victoria Coach Station

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Dundonald Road

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Honor Oak Park

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Piccadilly

Beckton Park

Greenwich

Brockley

Peckham Rye

Kennington

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Pontoon Dock

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New Cross Gate

Elephant & Castle

Southfields

Bakerloo

Emirates Greenwich Peninsula

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Queens Road Peckham

Vauxhall

Wimbledon Park Wimbledon

North Greenwich

Imperial Wharf

East Putney

Heathrow Terminal 4

Prince Regent

Mudchute

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Custom House for ExCeL

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Heron Quays

Putney Bridge

Heathrow Terminal 5

Emirates Royal Docks

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Fulham Broadway

Richmond

Royal Victoria

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Canary Wharf

Canada Water

Bermondsey

Canning Town Blackwall

West India Quay

Rotherhithe

Southwark

Hatton Cross

Tower Gateway

West Brompton

Kew Gardens

Star Lane

Poplar

River Thames

London Bridge

Plaistow

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Hounslow West

Shadwell

Temple Embankment

Upton Park

West Ham

Bromleyby-Bow

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Westferry

Waterloo

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Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3

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Blackfriars

Westminster

Sloane Square

South Kensington

Tower Hill

Upney

Barking East Ham

Abbey Road

Devons Road

Limehouse

Mansion House

St James’s Park

Whitechapel

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Langdon Park

St Paul’s

Monument

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Pudding Mill Lane

Bow Church

Elm Park

Maryland

Stratford

Bow Road

Stepney Green

Upminster Upminster Bridge

Woodgrange Park

Forest Gate

Stratford High Street

Mile End

Aldgate

Bank

Cannon Street Charing Cross

Knightsbridge

Aldgate East

Liverpool Street

Chancery Lane

Leicester Square

Piccadilly Circus

High Street Kensington

Barons Court

Shoreditch High Street

Barbican

Seven Kings Ilford

Hornchurch

Wanstead Park

Hackney Wick

Bethnal Green

Goodmayes

Manor Park

Cambridge Heath

Bethnal Green

Farringdon

Covent Garden

Lancaster Gate

Hoxton Old Street

Emerson Park

Chadwell Heath

Newbury Park

Gants Hill

Leytonstone

Stratford International

Homerton

Gidea Park Romford

Barkingside

Leyton

London Fields

Holborn

Fairlop

Leytonstone High Road

St James Street

Hackney Central

Haggerston

Moorgate Tottenham Court Road

Hainault

South Woodford

Wanstead

Leyton Midland Road

Clapton

Dalston Junction

Russell Square Goodge Street

Oxford Circus

Hyde Park Corner

Kensington (Olympia)

Hammersmith

Gunnersbury

Osterley

Shepherd’s Bush

Wood Lane

Bond Street Marble Arch

Hackney Downs

Angel

Regent’s Park

Rectory Road

Canonbury

King’s Cross St Pancras

Euston Square

Warren Street

Westbourne Park

Acton Main Line

Dalston Kingsland

Highbury & Islington

Caledonian Road & Barnsbury

Baker Great Portland Euston Street Street

Edgware Road

Royal Oak

Hanger Lane Park Royal

St John’s Wood Marylebone

Edgware Road

Mornington Crescent

Swiss Cottage

South Hampstead

Warwick Avenue

Perivale

Southall

Kilburn High Road

Camden Road

Woodford

Redbridge

Walthamstow Central

Walthamstow Queen’s Road Stoke Newington

Finsbury Park

Holloway Road

Camden Town

Finchley Road

Blackhorse Road

Stamford Hill Arsenal

Caledonian Road

West Hampstead Brondesbury

Kensal Green

Manor House

Kentish Town

Chalk Farm

Chigwell

Wood Street

Tottenham Hale

Brentwood Harold Wood

South Tottenham

Seven Sisters

Upper Holloway

Kentish Town West

Belsize Park

Bruce Grove

Shenfield

Grange Hill

Mitcham

Mitcham Junction

Beddington Lane

Therapia Lane

Ampere Way

Waddon Marsh

Wandle Park

Church Street

Wellesley Road George Street

Blackhorse Lane East Croydon

Sandilands

Lebanon Road

Addiscombe

Lloyd Park Coombe Lane

Gravel Hill

Addington Village

Fieldway

King Henry’s Drive

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Willesden Junction

Northolt

Finchley Road & Frognal

Kilburn

Harlesden

Roding Valley

Highams Park

Snaresbrook

Tufnell Park

Willesden Green

Stonebridge Park

Sudbury Hill

Harringay Green Lanes

Turnpike Lane

Gospel Oak

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead

Dollis Hill

Wembley Central

South Ruislip

Hayes & Harlington

Neasden

Wembley Park

North Wembley

Buckhurst Hill

White Hart Lane

Wood Green

Archway

Golders Green

South Kenton South Harrow

Loughton Chingford

Silver Street

Crouch Hill

Highgate

Brent Cross

Turkey Street

Edmonton Green

Arnos Grove

East Finchley

Hendon Central

Kingsbury

Northwick Park

West Harrow

Southgate

Debden

Southbury

Bounds Green

Colindale

Queensbury

Preston Road

Woodside Park

Finchley Central

Burnt Oak

Canons Park

Oakwood

West Finchley

Edgware

Stanmore

Harrow & Wealdstone

Pinner

Ruislip Gardens

Mill Hill East

Hatch End

Totteridge & Whetstone

Epping Theydon Bois

Theobalds Grove

Bush Hill Park

Cockfosters

High Barnet Bushey

Croxley

Rickmansworth

Hillingdon

Enfield Town

Watford High Street

Watford

Amersham

Uxbridge

Cheshunt

Watford Junction

Chalfont & Latimer

New Addington

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Non-folded bikes may be taken, but not 07:30 - 09:30 or 16:00 - 19:00 on weekdays, except public holidays, apart from:

Non-folded bikes cannot be taken Monday-Friday, except public holidays, between: • 07:30 - 10:00 on trains arriving at Paddington • 16:30 - 19:00 on trains leaving Paddington • 07:45 - 09:45 on trains arriving at Stratford or Liverpool Street • 16:30 - 18:30 on trains leaving Stratford or Liverpool Street

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