On your bike for Sunday's Sky Ride
Thousands of cyclists will be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city on an 11.6km route.
They will be joined by multiple world and Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy and actress and model Kelly Brook.
The free event gives people of all ages and abilities the chance to take to two wheels and cycle through the capital with friends and family.
Last year more than 85,000 people took part.
The route will be traffic-free from 9:30 to 16:30 so participants can ride at their own pace and enjoy the entertainment on offer.
Riders will take in scenic river views and cycle past landmarks such as the London Eye, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: 'London's fantastic Sky Ride is going from strength to strength, helping people of all ages and experience to enjoy the capital's most iconic sights on two wheels.
'I urge people to dust off their saddles for this free and family-friendly event to enjoy whizzing through the city on traffic-free roads. This is a key part of my cycling revolution which aims to make London a cycle-friendly city, encouraging more and more people that pedal power is the way forward.'
Sky Ride is a national campaign to get one million more people cycling regularly by 2013.
The campaign provides free events, activities and information, and supports the Mayor and Transport for London's target of a 400 per cent increase in cycling by 2026, compared to 2001 levels.
Guided rides are available across London to help you get to and from the route.
To register free for the guided rides and event, and receive Sky Ride text updates on the day, visit www.goskyride.com/london
Entertainment on the day
Keep Cycling Zone - Sky Ride ambassadors Chris Hoy and Kelly Brook will be at the Keep Cycling Zone so don't forget to stop by and get your Sky Ride bib signed.
You can also find information on how to get the most out of your bike, cycling in your local borough and hear more from the British Cycling ride leaders, representatives from the London Cycling Campaign and a range of other cycling organisations.
Family Zone - There's plenty to keep younger members of the family occupied including face painting, a picnic area, a 'design a jersey' competition and the chance to meet Dora the Explorer and Ben 10's Humungousaur. The characters will be at the zone all morning so families should come early to make the most of their day.
Also on offer is live music at the St James's Park bandstand throughout the day, plus music bikes and cycling performers along the route.