A cycle ride to promote clean air has expanded its route to take in one of London’s great parks and a historic conservation area.

The London Clean Air Cycle Ride, formerly the Camden Clean Air Cycle Ride, returns for its fourth year with an expanded route through Camden Town, Primrose Hill, Hampstead Heath, Westminster, and the Barnsbury Conservation Area in Islington.

The event will take place on Saturday, June 29, with riders will departing in waves from Granary Square, King’s Cross , between 10am and midday.

Georgina McGivern, co-founder of The Camden Clean Air Initiative said: "We are excited to welcome cyclists from across London to this year’s event."

"By including Westminster and Islington in our route, we're not just cycling for cleaner air in Camden but for a greener, healthier city for all Londoners.

"We are also dedicated to making cycling more accessible and diverse, ensuring that everyone, regardless of background or ability, can join us."

To increase accessibility, riders can pre-book free e-bikes thanks to partner, HumanForest.

Not-for-profit, Your Bike Project, is providing free bike hire for benefit recipients.

Children's tickets are £9, whilst adult tickets are £11, and family tickets are available at a discounted rate.