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.

Thursday, 25 November 2010


Joshua attends David's masterclass in wheel truing. Its not as easy as it looks!

Liam braved the cold to work on his bike

Liam has been coming to Fawcett for nearly a year and in that time I have seen his skills develop, he now employs an approach that is systematic and professional.

In his own words" I have learnt to fix punctures and gears and work in a better way".

Well done Liam.

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Despatched bikes - the precious boxes are collected in Kampala

Monday 22nd November - Uganda
Staff at Kampala's Bicco Forex Bureau; Hakeem Sekaya, Rashka Razaak and guard hand over the goods.

Picking up the boxes before they finally get to our two new assistants, one being top contact and arranger Stephen Okello. stephen is Originally from the northern town of Lira but is now resident in Kinawataka Parish, Mbuya district in the south of Kampala. Stephen is the secretary of the newly founded Lira CC and will be working closely with Cycling Club Hackney going forward.

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Donated bikes get prepared for their air cargo trip to Kampala, Uganda.

Young volunteers from the Nightingale project, brother and sister Akil and Shakila Barry were on hand to help pack two donated bikes before they are to be taken for air cargo freight on Thursday 4th November.
Also packed into each box were some bike tools, a football, and an assortment of other useful items.
Many thanks to London Fields Cycles for assisting with this process and allowing it to happen in their workshop.