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OVO Energy Women’s Tour - Rider Results

On Wednesday 13th June, one of the riders’ and fans’ favourite UCI World Tour race kicks off  - the Ovo Energy Women’s Tour. Don't miss the chance to WIN #Lmnh PRIZES everyday of the race by playing #RiderResults on twitter with Voxwomen and us.  

OVO Energy Women’s Tour - Rider Results

On Wednesday 13th June, one of the riders’ and fans’ favourite UCI World Tour race kicks off  - the Ovo Energy Women’s Tour. Don't miss the chance to WIN #Lmnh PRIZES everyday of the race by playing #RiderResults on twitter with Voxwomen and us.  

Summer is here.

Roll down to our outdoor oasis at London Bridge. The Lmnh pier pop-up is ready to serve you from 1st June - 31st August 2018.

Panel: Mind the Cycling Gender Gap

In London, white men continue to make approximately 75% of cycling trips. Tiffany Lam created the Mind the Cycling Gender Gap zine to amplify the voices of women cyclists and to generate a wider public dialogue on making cycling more gender-inclusive. Listen / Watch back the panel she held alongside the zine launch at 49 Old St on 8th May. 

#TGER18

Over 300 cyclists escaped London on Sunday 20th May for the Islington CC's Great Escape ride. Our favourite #TGR18 snaps were awarded #Lmnh Cycling Caps. Take a look at our selection...

Giro Rider Results

During the Giro d'Italia we're celebrating mid pack heroes. On select stages of the race, predict the place of the Peloton Brief's rock and roll riders on twitter to WIN PRIZES.

Rider Results

Our twitter competition returns for the Women's Tour De Yorkshire. During Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the race, predict the place of our Rock and Roll Riders via Voxwomen to WIN PRIZES.

The Niners #3

Put yourself to the test! Take on the Coffee Masters challenge and try number 3 of the Caravan Niners at 49 Old St. We cannot tell you the coffee’s origin until Sunday night, so until then it remains a mystery! 

UK Coffee Week

Throughout UK Coffee Week we're donating 5p of all coffees sold from 16 - 22th April to Project Waterfall

Panel: Letting Ourselves Go

Older women are an invisible generation in cycling, yet many of us are out there leading active and diverse cycling lives - with no intention of slowing down or taking it easy.