At the start of the ride, I introduced the project to the cyclists and asked them to pay more attention to water during their ride on the day. I later meet them at the lunch break at the Thames Barrier Park and asked them to fill in a short survey about their reflections of this cycle ride (significant part of the cycle route was either by the canal or River Lee) and the importance of water to them as an urban amenity. On a small note, I must say reaching the Thames Barrier Park via public transport was more complicated then cycling (I should have also cycled :)).
You can find the report on the findings from the day at the Documents section (Cycling the Lower Lee Valley Report)
To read more by Ozlem visit her page on Hydrocitizens.