Each of London's Cycle Highways was given a new public voted name at the end of 2020.
CS1 - Taos Route - Named for Tao Geoghegan Hart, born in Holloway, London and winner of the Giro'd'ltalia cycle race
CS2 - Beryl Burton Way - Beryl Burton is a British cycling legend who missed out on competing at the Olympics because women's cycling wasn't admitted until 1984.
CS3 - Cable Street Cycleway - Named for the Battle of Cable Street in 1936.
C4 - Chaplin Chase - Charlie Chaplin was born in Walworth nearby in 1889 and was a keen cyclist later in life
C6 - Reynolds Route - In September 1893 sixteen year old Tessie Reynolds from Brighton rode a bicycle to London's Hyde Park and back in a little over eight and a half hours, setting a new record for the distance.
CS7 - Maurice Burton Way - Maurice Burton was Britain's first black male cycling champion
CS8 - The Commons - Named for connecting the areas around Clapham Common, Wandsworth Common and the House of Commons.
C9 - Claudia Way - In celebration of the founder of Carnival in London, Claudia Jones.