Wednesday 16 June 2010

Naked on Cycling Superhighway number nine

Jesse Schust, Sipson rider and planning coordinator, said: "The ride was a protest against airport expansion, car culture, and oil dependency."

Sipson was recently given a reprieve from being bulldozed to make way for Heathrow Airport's third runway.

The Sipson riders travelled along the A4 until Kew Bridge.
This route is expected to become Cycling Superhighway number nine by 2012.