Black Unity Bike Ride across London returns for the second year
London's Black Unity Bike Ride returned for its second year on Saturday 7 August.
Last year's inaugural ride, organised during the Black Lives Matter protests that swept the world after the murder of George Floyd, saw 1,500 cycle across London, from Walthamstow Central at 11am to Shoreditch Park by 3-4pm.
The ride is fronted by black-led cycling groups to help drive change and encourage unity and empowerment among the black community.
With riders of all backgrounds, ages and abilities welcome, the ride supports underrepresented demographics to increase the diversity of cyclists in the capital.