The Women’s Tour visits London for the first time

On Sunday June 11th London hosted Stage 5 of the Women’s Tour, as the UK’s leading women’s cycling race visited the capital for the first time. The route started and finished at Regent Street St James and took in some famous sights along the way, as the riders passed through Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and Whitehall. This post shows some of the day’s highlights. 

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Photo Highlights

London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner Will Norman joins 9-year old Tom, winner of the Design a Flag Competition, to get the race underway!

The Women’’s Tour Stage 5 zooms through central London as the crowds look on.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, borrows Tom’s flag to get the Breast Cancer Care Ride underway.
The Breast Cancer Care Ride passes by The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square.
Denise Lewis, joined by the Mayor, shows her support for the Breast Cancer Ride
A huge congratulations to everyone who finished the Breast Cancer Care Ride.
A shot of a Penny Farthing rider during the fun TfL Ride.
Three tiny kids (and one big one) have a go at cycling with Wheely Tots in Trafalgar Square!
The Bicycle Ballet Co entertain the crowds in Trafalgar Square

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