- So is anyone watching the TdF inLondon then?
Seems everyone on here whois going to watch it in the flesh, is doing so in Yorkshire
Nope, green park or maybe get a spot on the last few k then pop on the eurostar to Lille, already found a few bars online near some of the corners on the final few k through the city. Better food, better wine and beer(Flanders is a few miles away), cheaper hotel, usually better weather and the locals love cycling.Posted 3 years ago
It’s the same journey time from London if not a little quicker so it was an easy decision to make.stoffelMember
Seems everyone on here whois going to watch it in the flesh, is doing so in Yorkshire. Anyone on here going to watch it in the big smoke? Hoping to meet with a few friends, have a natter, watch it blur past in 30 seconds, then probably go for food and drinks somewhere local. Posibly QE2 park/Leytnstone area. Might go nto town depending on what the crowd reports are like, on’t fancy being stuck in a crush of peoplethough.Posted 3 years agoRo5eyMember
The Peloton will pass, quite literally, under my seat here in the office.
I’m sat over Lower Thames Street and they will, I imagning, be shifting as they swoop down onto LTS after passing the Tower.
I however will be in sunny Essex, watching in Roxwell. Which is about 10mins (maybe less) after Chelmsford and just before where Cav lives in Willingale/Fyfield
There’s a super tight corner on a narrow village road, so they will have to slow right down.Posted 3 years agostanfreeMember
I’m getting the sleeper train into London early on Monday morning and heading up to Cambridge for the start . I’m hoping to get back down to London for the finish and watch somewhere around the Mall. It’s a short stage so hoping I can make It back to London in time.Does It sound feasable .?Posted 3 years agoRo5eyMember
How long is Cambrigde to London… 90mins tops?? You should have time to get to the end
Otherwise jump off at Stratford and head over to the Olympic park… about a 5/10 mins walk away …. I think theres one of those TdeF “Funparks” over there
And if you think yov’ve got time to get back to the Mail… I’d still get off at Stratford and change (it’s quicker to transfer onto the tube there than at Liverpool St.) onto the central line along to Hyde Park corner and leg it down through Green Park to the end.
Good luck enjoyPosted 3 years ago
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