Stay in a London Serviced Apartment – Take Part in London’s Skyride
Boris Johnson the Mayor of London will be taking part in the London Skyride this year on September 4th 2011, this event was originally established in London 2007 as the London Freewheel, it was renamed in 2009 as The London Skyride after a major sponsorship between Sky Sports and the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.Serviced City Pads supply short and long term accommodation throughout London either for leisure and corporate guests. London Serviced Apartments can range in size from a Studio Apartment through to a large penthouse in a great part of the capital. Serviced City Pads customers and guests range from families from the UK and abroad, you can contact the reservations team on 0844 335 8866.
Serviced Apartments London are now becoming more popular because they offer fifty per cent more space and rooms than versus a London Hotel, if you spend more than 1 night away the feel of an apartment is home away from home.The London Skyride routes covers many of London’s great landmarks along London Embankment and from 2009 onwards the route was increased to include the great financial part of the London the City of London. One major piece of fact is that from 2000 through to 2007 , it is estimated that 40 per cent of Londoners have access to a bike, but only five per cent use one regularly. The mayor of London Boris Johnson promised to increase investment in cycling in his election manifesto and to increase investment form just £5.5 million in 2000 to £36 million in 2007/08. This money is being spent on improved cycle parking facilities, education and training, events and cycle promotion. 500km of the London Cycle Network Plus – a network of signed routes for cyclists across the capital had been completed in 2007. Transport for London has installed 10,000 cycling parking spaces across the capital in the past two years.
Serviced City Pads have supplied many Serviced Apartment London for the past three years and book many guests from leisure to corporate stays and the reservations team believe london apartment accommodation is a great alternative to hotels. The usual 14 km route starts around central London from London Bridge to St James Park which of course is closed to motorised traffic, allwoing cyclist to take over the streets and enjoy London’s most iconic sights. The route then moves on to other London Iconic landmarks including the London Eye, Victoria Emabankment, Westminster, Whitehall, St Paul’s Cathedral and The Mall. The event was designed for 30,000 cyclists however over 50,000 took part.