upcoming events

Starting from Dovercourt, raise funds for your chosen charity while enjoying the picturesque...

Various length routes starting from Hatfield Peverel - help support people living with cancer by...
Every last Saturday of the month Re-Cycle hold a bike sale to raise funds towards their important...
Enjoy a relaxed group ride around Alton Water every Saturday during April.

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local riders

Christina Allen-Cole talked to us about the 45 minute Bikeability Learn to Ride training (funded by SERP and delivered by Essex County Council) which her 8 year old son Finn completed last week. Read the full interview here
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regular cycling activities

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Spring is in the air and we have had some glimpses of things to come with some lovely balmy days. If it has reenergised you to get on your bike then here are a few thoughts for April.

With spring typically a time for new life, we share Breeze’s advice on cycling when pregnant.

Every Saturday during April, there is a Sky Ride around Alton Water suitable for all the family.

With the better weather, we have ordered and are excited to have received our Cake Escape log books. Find out more about the Cake Escape an exciting activity to do with your family on your bikes this summer.

A heads up on two charity rides coming up in May with varying length routes from 6 to 60 miles, to cater for any level of cyclist, whether you are a family with young children or a serious cyclist.

8 May - Ride for Helen – in Hatfield Peverel

15 May - Tour de Tendring  - from Dovercourt

If you have pulled your bike out of the shed only to find it isn’t ready for the road, take it along to one of the Bike Kitchens for FREE help and advice to get it up and rideable again.

The new cycle path alongside Colchester road linking upper Wivenhoe with the University opens this month.

Ifyou are interested in keeping up to date with Colchester's air quality, then you can sign up for a new free alert service offering daily information on air quality in the borough.

 

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