Happy with the success of our first ride we planned to go all out with ride number two aiming to hit West and North London. Meeting at the usual, mighty, Cycle PS Camberwell we set off with friends old and new towards Vauxhall. Crossing the bridge and turning left we sped down Grosvenor Rd enjoying the lights of each bridge in the cold evening air. After a sharp right turn we turned left following New King's Rd towards Putney Bridge. Once on the other side and avoiding the evening traffic we turned right onto Lower Richmond Rd which took us across to the river again at Barnes Bridge. Shortly after the bridge we dropped down onto the river side path with a brief stop at a wonderful pub called The Ship.
Continuing along the river we finally came to our next stop and our midway point, The Ravecave. This was an arch under a railway line crossing the river Thames, downstream, away from central London. We plugged in the sound-system cracked open a few beers and celebrated, still enjoying what was turning out to be a fantastic ride. After around 15 minutes and once a few other riders had joined we continued on, heading for Kew and The South Circular road. This took us to our next stop an incredibly cool industrial estate which will remain nameless. We hung out here for a while, doing some tricks before riding onwards to Acton Town Tube then down Gunnersbury Lane and up The North Circular Rd to Ealing Broadway.
Once in Ealing we handed the reins over to our good friend Torta who rides for London based track racing team Full Denim Jacket. Ealing being well known to Torta, he took us on a fast paced whirlwind tour of the area, dropping into two car parks before we began our journey home. This was on one road which began on The Uxbridge road, then The Vale all the way through Sepherd's Bush finally ending at Hyde Park corner, where we split and headed home.