The Prudential RideLondon weekend takes place this year on August 3-4. One of the events is Freecycle, when some of central London’s biggest roads are closed to motor traffic, and anyone with a bike can enjoy seven miles of wide roads with just thousands of other cyclists for company (it can get very busy so, unlike the other RideLondon events that weekend, this is not one for the fast cyclist).
The event organisers have produced this map, showing the route and surrounding streets, along with “lead in” routes along nearby cycle “superhighway” routes – after all, you need to get your bike to the circuit in the first place.
It’s a nice bit of clean, crisp cartography which shows not just the route but also various hubs where other activities are taking place. Food points and music bands are also marked. Riders can join and leave at any point.
See the official web page for more information about the event, including high-resolution version of the map.
From the event website.