The London-Surrey Cycle Classic takes place on 14 August 2011. The race will start at The Mall in central London at 9am, with riders setting off for a 140km race around the streets, lanes and hills. Read more.
During the London 2012 Games, the Olympic and Paralympic Marathons, and the Olympic Cycling Road Races, will start and finish in The Mall – an iconic location in central London. Read more.
A full range of London 2012 merchandise is available through our online store or in the official London 2012 shops. Read more.
Debbie Moore founded Pineapple in 1979 in an old pineapple warehouse. During Open Weekend 22-24 July you can take part in nearly 100 classes. Read more.
The FIVB Beach Volleyball International will take place at Horse Guards Parade in central London from 9 -14 August 2011. 54 matches will be played across the six days of competition. Read more.
The Imperial War Museum covers all aspects of 20th and 21st century conflict involving Britain and the Commonwealth. Get hands on at Open Weekend on 22-24 July 2011. Read more.
The Museum of London looks after more than 2 million objects and has the largest archive in Europe. Take part in Open Weekend here on 24 July 2011 and learn more. Read more.
Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011 will take place 31 July to 13 August. All Olympic classes will be represented, with up to 5 race courses in use at any one time to stage over 170 races Read more.
The new BMX Track is 450m long and features an 8 metre-high ramp at the start, followed by jumps, bumps and banked corners.The UCI BMX Supercross World Cup 2011 is on 19-20 Aug 2011. Read more.
The London International Basketball Invitational takes place 16-21 August 2011, and pits Great Britain against a world class line-up as part of the team’s prep for the European Championships in Sept. Read more.
The Cuming Museum tells the story of the Cuming family and Southwark history, from Roman times to today. On 23/07/11 it hosts Open Weekend Art Explosion Open day. Read more.
Opened in 1982, Tthe Barbican Centre is the largest performing arts centre in Europe. Take part in the free Barbican Extraordinary Voices weekender 22-23 July 2011. Read more.