Interactive Street Art Installation - Natural Cycle
Canadian street artist, Peter Gibson – aka Roadsworth, unveils a spectacular mini-city, beautifully and humorously painted across the pedestrian expanse of Coal Drops Yard. From 21 July for six weeks over the summer holidays.
Mimicking a real London road network, enlivened by plants and animals, it is designed to teach London’s next generation of cyclists to safely navigate the capital’s road systems, with FREE cycling proficiency workshops.
Camden Council and King’s Cross are joining forces to host FREE cycling workshops during the school holidays for children aged 10 and under.
Using ‘Natural Cycle’ street art as their guide, the workshops will teach children how to turn, approach roundabouts and generally to master cycling safely on London roads as the city gears itself up to becoming a carbon neutral cycling capital.
Download the King’s Cross app to book into our free workshops. Limited spaces available.
Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross, London N1C 4DQ
Fri 22 Jul to Thu 1 September