Pedicabs are three-wheeled cycle rickshaws that seat two or three people. London's pedicabs tend to operate in central London, around Soho and the West End. The best-known companies are Eco Chariots and Bugbugs, both of which monitor riders and are insured. However, this is not always the case with other pedicabs and you are advised to check safety features and insurance before boarding.
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Ignore the naysayers - cycling in London is great fun. It’s not only the most effective way to get around, but it’s also really enjoyable if you know some of the best places to cycle in London for pleasure. Here’s our pick of the five best bike rides around London. Limehouse Basin to London Fields - This 6km route runs along a quiet part of Regent’s Canal. There are fewer people to dodge and it passes through three parks: Mile End Park, Victoria Park and London Fields.
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Santander Cycles. Santander Cycles is the bicycle-sharing system in London, specially designed for getting around the centre of London. There are 400 docking stations and over 6,000 bicycles. As this is a self-service system, the bicycles can be used 24 hours a day throughout the year.
Find the right bike route for you through London, where we've got 2,235 cycle routes to explore. The routes you most commonly find here are of the flat or downhill type. Most people get on their bikes to ride here in the months of July and August.