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SUMMER SOLSTICE SKATE

8pm Friday 21st June

It’s time for a new route and a new half time location. On the 21st June your Lead Marshal and birthday boy John will be celebrating his Birthday whilst taking you wonderful skaters all down to Hammersmith Bridge for a cool new half time chill-out on the river front (Lower Mall) Luckily we will be able to enjoy the evening sun light for a little bit longer than usual as the 21st June is Summer Solstice (The longest day of the year) So let's roll. See you all soon.

Lead Marshal: John
Distance: 12.15 miles
Meet at Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner at 7.45pm

One Way to Hampstead Heath

2pm Sunday 23rd June

It’s that time of the year again. Shall we kick start the Summer One Way Strolls across this epic city? I think so. So let’s start off with a One Way Stroll to Hampstead Heath. Don’t forget to bring your trainers and Travel/Oyster or Debit card to return back into central London as we will NOT be returning to Hyde Park. Don’t forget to download our great App FleggZ to see this route and other great routes in the future. Also you can follow us on Facebook. See you all soon.

Lead Marshal: John
Distance: 7.8 miles
Meet at Serpentine Road, Hyde Park at 1.45pm

LFNS
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LFNS

Which Event is for me?

You must be able skate unaided, and you must be able to stop, turn and control your speed.

Sunday

The Sunday Stroll is a relaxed paced skate run by LFNS and is suitable for competent street skaters. A “Snail” Stroll runs on the last Sunday for new street skaters.

Distances are typically 7-9 miles.

Wednesday

LondonSkate is an intermediate level skate run by the LondonSkate crew and comes to life from mid-April until mid-September.

Distances are typically 10-12 miles.

Friday

LFNS is faster, longer, more technically demanding and may involve hills and sprints. Group sizes are usually smaller than the Sunday and Wednesday events.

Distances are typically 12-14 miles.

Need to Know

The Basics

  1. You skate at your own risk
  2. You must be able to stop turn and control your speed on an incline
  3. Listen to the marshal’s instructions – please follow them, we’re volunteers
  4. Stay left of the white line
  5. Stay behind the Lead Marshal (orange vest)
  6. Stay in front of the Rear Marshal (also orange vest)
  7. Keep left for marshals (yellow vests) overtaking you on your right
  8. Keep off the pavements
  9. Do not drink alcohol while skating
  10. Bring shoes and travelcard/money for one-skates or bad weather

We confirm if an event is going ahead around two hours before the start time – midday for the Sunday Stroll and 6pm for Wednesday and Friday events.

Meeting Points

Why You’ll Love To Skate!

Amazing Social Scene
Great For Fitness
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