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, 12 November 2014

Fund raiser event & club social - Friday 19th December 2014

On Friday 19th December 2014 there is a fund raiser event & club social going on at the Concorde Centre. Interinkx CiC & Fawcett club members, adult friends, supporters and family are welcome.
Concorde Centre, Kingsmead Way, Homerton, London E9 5PP
Raising Funds
Youth Fleet Bikes
For Racing!
Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney - supporting local champions

Sunday, 9 November 2014

Partnerships in practice: Young Hackney, CC Hackney, Interlinkx CiC, Hackney Homes & Hackney Marsh Partnership



Young Hackney Sports Unit

Cycling Report November 28th 2014
Guiness Youth Club Lee Valley Velopark Trip

On Tuesday 28th November 2014 the weather in London was beautiful; clear blue sky and warm - lucky! This was the day that 10 young cyclists from Guiness Youth Club (GYC) visited the Lee Valley Velopark in the Queen Elizabeth Park for the first time. They came to the Concorde Centre Bike Club via mini bus in good time after being collected by our driver Roger Steil and Hayley Birch. After greetings the group were issued with club cycles, head protection and a pre-ride briefing from myself; Young Hackney's lead cycling coach (Sports Unit).
Additional staff members Darren Popham, Norman Saggers and Fiona Meeks joined in for the car free ride around Hackney Marshes and across three bridges into the QE Park. Along the route we all observed autumnal trees, the River Lea, the Orbit statue and the 2012 Olympic stadium as a picture book back drop to 82 football pitches on Hackney Marshes.
On the last bridge close to London’s iconic Velodrome there was sense of excitement, a feeling like standing right next to someone world famous. Underneath us ran 1.5klm of road circuit and to the left we could see the BMX track start gates and main ramp.
After a respectful ride around the velodrome’s perimeter path we headed for main reception, took our bikes inside and went up stairs for refreshments in the cafĂ© while observing a training session. There were various questions from our young riders to answer about cycling at the Velopark and accessing cycle sport, but the main point was that this trip must be remembered as the first of many.

Keir Apperley


Thursday, 6 November 2014

November 5th - a colourful and mesmerising water display during a mid week evening ride around the QE Park in Stratford