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Join the Big Friendly Ride!

Saturday 29th April, 2pm

Gather at the Peace Statue on the seafront from 1.30pm onwards, ready to ride at 2pm.

Join us on the first Bricycles ride of the year!
Bring your friends, neighbours and family on our fun ride for all abilities and ages, along a fine and easy route.
It’ll be fully marshalled so everyone can enjoy cycling safely through our city.
Everyone is welcome, including novices of all ages and, in particular, youngsters who are accompanying adults.
We go at the speed of the slowest person on a bicycle.

Looking forward to seeing you all. Meanwhile, please download our flyer (below) and share it with everyone, everywhere. The more the merrier!

And check out the bike safe advice below the flyer.

Please ensure you check your bike is roadworthy before attending the ride. While we can help with minor alterations and pumping up tyres on the day, we can’t take responsibility for bikes that aren’t roadworthy.

To ensure your bike is safe, please see this simple guide from Sustrans.

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