The Get Set London roadshow will be touring the capital again in the summer, following its success earlier this year.
The roadshow explains the opportunities created by the 2012 Games – including business, jobs, training and cultural activities.
It will visit established and diverse events across the capital, including the RISE festival and the London Mela.
Over thirty thousand people visited the roadshow between January and April, enjoying interactive sports and culture events and learning more about what the Games will offer.
Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the London 2012 Organising Committee said: “With the Olympic Handover celebrations taking place on 24 August, the start of London’s Olympiad is just round the corner.
‘In the next four years, there will be a whole host of ways for every Londoner to be part of 2012, and to make the most of the opportunities London 2012 offers. Through the Get Set London roadshow summer we are explaining how these are ‘everyone’s Games’ right now, how they will be in the summer of 2012 and in the legacy they leave behind.”