East London bike ride

Writing’s on the Wall is an audio and visual journey by bicycle exploring the changing face of London’s East End from Shoreditch to Hackney Wick. Learn about the area through some of the most prolific Street artists who use its architecture as their canvas. Hear about the work in the artists’ own voices, while exploring the back lanes and vacant lots of a city in flux.

East London graffiti ride

Pamela who is a student here in London is responsible for putting it together and it seems like a fascinating ride through the East End of London covering the graffiti and the interesting backgrounds surrounding it as explained by the street artists themselves.

It is a 2 hour free tour that starts very early in the morning (You’ll need to join the email list to hear about the latest rides). All you need to take part is a bicycle, mp3 player and a partner – or you can be matched with someone on the ride.

I believe the next ride is currently listed for next Sunday.

More details are here: http://undercurrentdesign.com/writingsonthewall/

See also: 30 London Cycle Routes

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3 Responses to East London bike ride

  1. 416expat 27/04/2011 at 10:40 am #

    Went on this and enjoyed it! Thanks to the organizer/designer Pamela, and thanks to Andreas for posting & tweeting.

    • Andreas 27/04/2011 at 5:46 pm #

      Great stuff and thanks for posting about it! I looked at the pics on your blog 🙂

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