FOR Bike Week 11 – 19 June www.bikeweek.org.uk, we FenEdgers have arranged a bit of a posse to head out West for some chow and cha. Large extended families welcome, cowboy attire optional. The possibilities are the Floods Tavern (lovely garden) or the Dolphin, both in St. Ives.
Assembly points: Willingham Green, 11 a.m. Sunday 12th June OR at the Guided Busway, Longstanton, at 11.10-ish.
Organiser: Paul Knighton, Willingham Wheels, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07787 530394
RIDE TO WORK
This year’s Bike Week theme is Ride to Work which proved so popular last year. Nearly 800,000 people cycle to work in the UK every day and, with your help, we’re aiming to swell that number by half-a-million in 2016.
Many people are motivated to start cycling during Bike Week thanks to all the fun and social events – let’s keep this going for 2016! For those who commute to work already, we are hosting the Bike Week Pledge and the ‘Bike Week Challenge’ where riders will be able to log their cycling miles, challenge friends and colleagues, and win prizes by cycle commuting. We’ve also teamed up with a number of partners, including the NSPCC, where we hope we can make a massive difference to vulnerable children and young people.
REGISTER – AND REAP THE BENEFITS
Whether you are organising a social or group ride, an event for your colleagues, a bike breakfast or a Dr Bike workshop, by registering it with Bike Week, you will be entitled to a whole host of FREE benefits:
* £10m public liability insurance
* NEW event and fundraising pack
* Website tools
* Event registration
* National publicity
* Promotional material
One of the most popular events to arrange for colleagues (or classmates) is a Bike Breakfast
It’s simple to host, cheap to put on and an excellent way to bring people together.
The Bike Week Team