NLA Chairman and Public London curator, Peter Murray led a unique cycle tour around central London's public spaces.
Attendees heard about how London's public realm has been transformed over the past ten years as well as how projects currently underway, like the Mayor's Vision for Cycling, are shaping the future of London's streets.
This unique insight into cycling in the city set off from Store Street South Crescent, just outside of The Building Centre and explored the surrounding area of the British Museum before cycling down to Covent Garden and travelling through St Martin's Lane. After hearing about Trafalgar Square and Waterloo Place the tour went through Mayfair before returning to Store Street South Crescent. All on a tokyobikes!
The tour began promptly at 11:00 and lasted approximately two hours.
Please click here to see photos from the tour.