We can cheer Olympic golden girl up Highgate hills in 2012
For the third Olympics in succession, Britain s first Gold Medal was for cycling. What a FANTASTIC achievement by 25 year-old Nicole Cooke from the Vale of Glamorgan! Relentless rain for 126 kilometres perhaps reminded her of home! I look forward to ch
For the third Olympics in succession, Britain's first Gold Medal was for cycling. What a FANTASTIC achievement by 25 year-old Nicole Cooke from the Vale of Glamorgan! Relentless rain for 126 kilometres perhaps reminded her of home!
I look forward to cheering her on four years from now on London's own Olympic cycling circuit around Camden - up Albany St, Highgate West Hill and across Whitestone Ponds, when she'll be the reigning Olympic Champion.
To celebrate and join in the rising popularity of cycling in London, why not participate in the hugely enjoyable family cycling event which will see central London closed to motor vehicles for us cyclists for "Freewheel" on Sunday 21st September? Last year, the grins on the faces of the children was a joy to behold.
You may also want to watch:
Camden's Cycling Champion
Lib Dem Councillor for Cantelowes ward
- 1 Primrose Hill candlelight vigil to celebrate life of Nicole Hurley
- 2 Famous Hampstead Heath love swan Mrs Newbie dies
- 3 Italian sandwich bar set to open in Hampstead phone box
- 4 'Let's save The Victoria pub in Highgate'
- 5 Tributes paid to Primrose Hill mother-of-four as fundraiser launched
- 6 Guilty: Kentish Town man convicted of murdering Jack Ampadu
- 7 Man charged with murder of Nicole Hurley in Primrose Hill
- 8 'Feels like a runway': Hampstead residents call for LED lamp post change
- 9 'Important for mental health': Royal Free commits to maintaining new gardens
- 10 Wine, cheese and caviar: New bar to open in South End Green