South London and the 19th Century cycling boom (Zoom Talk)
28 September @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
At the back-end of the 19th century, cycling was the craze sweeping the nation.
Whether a commuter, sports fan or entertainer; socialite, middle or working class; man or woman; in the 1890s the bike had something for everyone and everyone wanted in. Join Balham CC’s Paul Darby for a look at cycling during this period through the lense of the south London cycling scene.
You’ll also hear the extraordinary story of how one photo and a niche local history blog morphed into one of the largest cycling club’s in the area.
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Paul Darby, Balham CC