Watched by youngsters at St. Mary of Eton Church in Hackney Wick, he performed a variety of stunts for an hour.
Last summer, Taylor was joined by wheelie maestro Jake100, and 4,000 teenagers who brought central London to a standstill as they rode together to protest the rise of violent crime “plaguing” the capital’s youth.
This August, both Taylor and Jake100, whose combined followers on social media exceed half a million, will ride on behalf of The Wickers in the Prudential 100 – a 100 mile bike ride for charity.
Taylor, who lives in East London, said: “We are all working and pulling together, it is not a single person who is going to solve this problem. Our message is ‘don’t stab your future’ – bikes up, knives down.”
Wickers Charity fundraiser, Brogan Smith, added: “The Wickers are a Hackney-based charity that aims to reduce gun and knife crime in East London. We currently have an outreach of over 205 children per week. Our goal is simple, we want to show these children there is a better life out there.”=
“We are a non-profit organisation and we rely entirely on donations. On Sunday the 4th August, Jake and Ryan are riding the Prudential 100 on behalf of the Wickers.”