From Bats to Bikes for the Blind - with Professor Brian Hoyle

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From Bats to Bikes for the Blind - with Professor Brian Hoyle

As seen on BBC1’s ‘Miracles of Nature’ with Richard Hammond

Hear the incredible story behind the world’s first sonar guided bike, from the inspiration of bats, to the innovation of the UltraBike itself.

Professor Brian Hoyle, inventor of the UltraBike, talks about how ‘bat senses’ led to the creation of technology that gives those who are blind or visually impaired the means to cycle independently. With a live demonstration and a chance to try out the technology, this is not to be missed.

Professor Brian will be speaking at The Hen & Chicken, 210 North Street, Southville. Get 15% off your food on presentation of your ticket - reservation required: call 0117 966 3143. Please note: unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the Hen & Chicken 

To book your ticket, please click on "Buy Tickets" below.

All proceeds will go towards Life Cycle's inclusive cycling projects. 

 

June 21st, 2013 8:00 PM   to   9:30 PM
The Hen and Chicken
210 North Street
Southville
Bristol, BS3 1JF
United Kingdom

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Phone: 0117 3534580
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Standard Ticket £ 5.00
Ticket plus £1 donation towards our projects £ 6.00
Ticket plus £2.50 donation towards our projects £ 7.50
Ticket plus £5.00 donation towards our projects £ 10.00

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