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The Park Big Bike Day - including family cycling event at the Park 31st July 11am to 3pm

Park celebrates start of Charity Cycle ride with Cycling promotion event.

The Park is working with Bristol-based Cycling charity Life Cycle to stage a cycling event on Wednesday 31st July, 11.00am to 3.00pm.

The event will combine Life Cycle's 'Family Cycling' event with activities put on by The Park itself to culminate in the 'Big Send Off' for Steve and John who are going on a sponsored bike ride from Lands End to John O'Groats.

Events on the day will include

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Sophie borrows a bike seat (and reports back)

Sophie borrows a bike seat (and reports back)

I met Travel West on my first day back at work after maternity leave. I was wondering how to get to and from work via nursery with my 13 month old - walk (too long), bus (too long/unreliable), car (parking/traffic jams) or bike (kit, rain, balance). The Travel West advisors suggested I speak to Lifecycle about borrowing a child seat or a trailer... and a partnership was born.

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Life Cycle Replaces Schoolboy's Stolen Bike

Bike Back Derby, Life Cycle's innovative bicycle recycling project, has ridden to the rescue of a schoolboy whose new bike was stolen - just six days after he bought it.

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Pier to Port - Sponsored ride a Success!

Life Cycle UK's inclusive cycling participants at Weston Super Mare Pier

Huge thanks and many congratulations to all our wonderful participants, volunteers and supporters who completed our "Pier to Port" fundraising ride!

Ignoring early morning grey skies and drizzle, thirty riders left Weston Super Mare on Saturday morning and cycled 32 miles on quiet, autumnal cycle paths to reach Bristol Suspension Bridge in glorious sunshine.

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Join Life Cycle's "Pier to Port" Fundraising Ride!

Life Cycle is planning a “Pier to Port” fundraising ride from Weston-super-Mare to Bristol in support of 3 of our inclusive cycling groups: Bike Minded - our mental well-being group, Two’s Company - our tandem riding group for people who are blind or visually impaired and the Over 55s cycling group.

The aim of the ride is to raise sponsorship to help support Life Cycle’s Inclusive Cycling groups, raise awareness of our groups and just have a fun day out! The details are:

 

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More FREE Cycle Parking for Small Organisations in Swindon

A scheme that offers free cycle parking to organisations in Swindon has proved so popular, it’s now getting even more generous!

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Train to become a Cycle Instructor

Do you love cycling? Would you like to share your passion with others? Are you looking for a career change or a hobby you can get paid for?

Life Cycle UK are one of only 17 Instructor Training Organisations (ITO) in the country. We are running the next 4-day Cycle Instructor Training Course on:

Monday 20th, Tuesday 21st, Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th October 2014

 

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Life Cycle Replaces Stolen Bikes to Save the Day!

Reece and Denirose Maggs from Hamham were left heart broken when thieves stole their bikes from their own front garden.

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Family Cycling goes to Hartcliffe - twice in August

Life Cycle are delighted to say that we will be attending two events in Hartcliffe in August, and will be taking our 'Family Cycling' project to each.

First off, we will be at Big P (see the poster). 'Big P' is the regular play event run in the area and has been going for a number of years.

Second, towards the end of the month we will be at the Symes Centre.

As ever, each event will feature

  • Kids bike swap
  • Low cost kids bike sale
  • Dr Bike
  • Bike rodeo

and the events take place on:

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Inclusive Cycling groups enjoy "Evening Chorus" ride

Life Cycle's Inclusive cycling groups recently enjoyed a fantastic bike ride along the Avon Gorge to enjoy the "Evening Chorus" bird song.

Guided by local bird and wildlife expert Ed Drewitt, a group of over 25 cyclists ventured out into the evening sunshine on a mixture of tandems and solo bikes while Ed pointed out the numerous bird calls to be heard through the woods and river, from robins, blackbirds, wrens and blackcaps to blue tits and long tailed tits. Coming out of the forest along the river the group was greeted to a chorus of redhsanks.

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