A ride through central London to commemorate legendary bike mechanic Sheldon Brown, who sadly passed away on February 3rd, 2008, will take place on Sunday 6th April.
The ride has been organised by members of the London Fixed Gear and Single-Speed forum in memory of Sheldon, whose encyclopaedic knowledge of bicycles was admired and respected by cyclists world-wide.
The ride will start at 1.30pm at Speakers Corner in the north-east corner of Hyde Park, and will be a slow-paced ride suitable for all (approximately 8 miles).
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