This video from Britain says about itself:
Wheel Stop Trident
13 March 2015
We are cycling from London to Burghfield near Reading where the government produces and maintains its totally useless and immoral ‘Trident’ nuclear weapons. We want to raise awareness about this outrageous privatization of public money.
Find out more on our blog.
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Cyclists set off on 60 mile protest ride against nukes
Saturday 28th March 2015
Aldermaston and Burghfield manufacture warheads for the nuclear submarine programme.
The trek will take two days, and en route the cyclists will visit communities affected by government cuts and visit the offices of other arms companies profiting from government subsidies.
Parliament is due to give the go-ahead for updating the controversial system in 2016, at a cost to the taxpayer of more than £100 billion.
But even though Parliament has yet to give formal approval, advance work on the modernisation is known to have started at Aldermaston.
Among the cyclists is Ian Pocock, a long-time campaigner against the arms trade, from London.
“We hope the politicians will listen and realise that Trident is totally immoral, offensive and a waste of money,” he said.
The cyclists have called their trek “Wheel Stop Trident.”
Stopping-off points include Ealing Hospital, which is facing the closure of its maternity unit.
“Ealing Hospital’s future is still uncertain,” said Laura Stringhetti of Ealing Save Our NHS.