London's love for cycles has been growing steadily thanks to its cycle superhighways, popular bike hire scheme, and a realization that cycling is the fastest way to get across the city. But while more people are joining the cycling revolution, many others lack the confidence, knowledge and equipment to get pedalling. A new pop-up bicycle library in Tower Hamlets (London's most deprived borough) is hoping to address that, and has transformed an empty shop into a 'cycle hub' where children and adults living locally can borrow bikes for free. Chrisp Street Community Cycles also provides free cycle advice, free bike repairs and guided rides to help people build their confidence. The month-long pilot is a partnership between the environmental charity Hubbub, Poplar Harca housing association, and the walking and cycling charity Sustrans. Their goal is to break down the barriers that prevent people from cycling in London and the bicycle library was inspired by other similar projects like Cycle Sisters, a charity that helps Muslim women find the confidence to get on a bike.