2017 is Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year.

2017 is Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year. Interlinx CiC, who is also in charge of CC Hackney's house and home as well as leading on fund raising & community outreach, is celebrating ten years since founding in 2007. CC Hackney also came into being later in the same year so expect special events and occasions to mark this anniversary in 2017. Happy new year!

Monday, 13 February 2017

Fawcett Bike Club - signing up cycle enthusiasts since 2007

Fawcett's wall of fame.
Fawcett community bike club's wall of fame and the class of 2017


Thursday, 2 February 2017

It was all go in January 2017

The only way is up unless traversing.

Footage from our social event at Lea View Hour last week - it was all there!
Getting into a rhythm at Drapers Fields Recreation Ground

Star Cafe - supporting Concorde bike club, Interlinkx CiC and CC Hackney since 2016

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

January - a Wednesday after school session at Concorde's bike club

Hackney's new mountain, I'm sure that wasn't there earlier! Seen from the Concorde Centre's yard.
Michael, Jakob, Kemal & Menderes stay to help pack equipment away - thanks lads.

Our container from the inside.

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Sound test at Fawcett

New member Ayo standing with Sulaymaan after progressing his recycled bike to a level close to completion - hopefully next week it'll be ready for a test ride.


Sorting out our sound ahead of 27th January - it's all set and ready to go, we're looking forward to this, let's make some noise!

Monday, 12 December 2016

Concorde Club - town ride extra: Greenwhich return

Sunday 11th December 2016
Yesterday our Concorde cycling group completed a satisfying ride in excellent weather to Greenwhich park and back. After riding through Victoria Park from Hackney Wick, the route followed the Regents Canal south to Limehouse Basin where we headed further south into the Isle of Dogs to the Greenwhich foot tunnel. The short walk under the Thames and back up into the winter sun lead to the fine sight that greets surfacing travelers; The Cutty Sark in dry dock.  From here we made our way to Greewhich Park and up the hill to the Royal Observatory to take in probably the best view of London there is.

We'd like to thank the East End Community Foundation for supporting this and our other special trip activities.

Michael, Kasain, Jakob, Khadi, Able, Menderes, Unais, Javan & Jusain (Chico out of shot)

The Tunnel
The Cutty Sark
Fun on the hill
The Thames Path in front of the Millennium Dome
The Route