The third in a series of bike tours by AA Night School, this trip has been organised as part of the public programme of Historic England’s Out There: Our Post-War Public Art exhibition currently running at Somerset House.
The tour will take in a series of public art works at some of London’s most well – known housing estates including the Barbican and the Highbury Quadrant Estate.
The tour is led by Mike Althorpe, urban historian/explorer and research manager at Karakusevic Carson Architects, and has been organised by Andrea Klettner, editor of Love London Council Housing with Sarah Gaventa, curator of Out There: Our Post-War Public Art.
Start time for the event is 6:30pm on 6 April in central/east London. Details will be sent out closer to the event to all participants.
Note: The bike ride is approximately five miles and will finish at the Barbican no later than 9:30pm. Please make sure your bike is good working order and that you bring lights and a helmet. You are welcome to come on any bike you wish, but please not that we will not stop for people to renew their TfL hire bikes.