2017 is Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year.

Due to Covid 19 virus all club face to face activities are suspended until further notice. Please check CC Hackney's website for news updates and how to stay in touch during this period.

The news in 2020 is that Interlinkx has been
converted from a community interest company
into a charitable incorporated organisation under the terms of the Charitable Incorporated Organisations (Conversion) Regulations. In the process of conversion, the organisation has changed its name to Cycling Club Hackney CIO. Meanwhile, the community amateur sports club called Cycling Club Hackney has been wound up and has gifted its assets to CC Hackney CiO

Interlinx CiC, was responsible for CC Hackney'sHQ/house and home as well as leading on fund raising
& community outreach. In 2017 was the ten year anniversary since founding in 2007. Our partner organisation
(CC Hackney) came into being later in the same year.

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

26th Jan

A great turnout on a very cold night. I taught Daniel one of our younger trainees to straighten out a buckled wheel, also helped out with a couple of Cytech Level 1 questionnaires.

Friday, 22 January 2010

New community bike centre on Nightingale Estate

Interlinkx CIC is launching another bike maintenance club at 1 Olympus Square Nightingale Estate on Wednesday 24th February.The project is supported by Hackney Homes,Southern Housing Group, Nightingale Community Development Fund, The Safer Neighbourhoods Team, The Learning Trust and Cycling Club Hackney. Classes are starting on Wednesday evenings from 4.45 -6-45pm followed by Cycling Club Hackney's sports club night from 7pm - 9pm. Membership is free for those under 18 years old.
At the launch catering will be provided by Noreen & The Over 50s Lunch Club from Nightingale Estate.

For more information contact:
Keir Apperley 07957257972
or email:

New Authors for Fawcett

Regular staff at Fawcett Youth Bike Maintenance; Marcus Ahmad, Ato Halm Quashie are set to add new postings for the blog in 2010. New to the team is staff member and local resident David Sheppard, also a blogger David very keen to get involved and make it happen with all things cycling.
It's been a long time with our heads down but the Tuesday night project (6-8pm) is still very much alive and kicking, maintaining bikes and relations with our members.
Marcus along with three youths; Scott, Femi & Imran are working on their Cyctech Level 1 cycle maintenance folders and expect to be fully qualified before long.