A fascinating bike ride into London's past
• Cycle through a London few ever see
• Discover Roman ruins and catch a glimpse of the Tower of London
• Visit the East End, home to Cockneys
What Nick Nick Boulos is a multi award-winning travel writer and editor and the founder of MakeMyDay. He has spent more than ten years writing for the world’s leading publications including the Sunday Times, Washington Post, National Geographic and the Guardian. says
Possibly the closest thing you can get to time travel, cycle along London’s ancient and winding streets on a classic 1920s British Pashley bicycle and discover the city’s humble beginnings. Highlights include hidden inner city canals, the remains of the original Roman wall and the old shipping docks that welcomed goods from around the world and the riverside pub (think creaky floors and low ceilings) where smugglers and pirates once met a grizzly end. You'll even see the noose they once used!
- English speaking guide
- bike rental and (optional) safety equipment
- expert local recommendations
Other important info:
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least four days notice.
The meeting point will be supplied upon booking.
This tour involves road cycling – primarily on dedicated cycle paths or quiet back streets
This tour is only suitable for children over 5ft (1.5m).
Group size: max 15. There are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers.
This tour is also available privately at a time and date to suit you. Please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org