National Bike Week 1997

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7th – 15th June 1997

Saturday 7th
“Dr Bike” Cycle Clinic
Have your bike checked. We’ll be at the Market Square end of Petty Cury, all day.
Sunday 8th
Teatime at Anglesey Abbey
A Leisure ride, meeting at Brookside (off Lensfield Road) at 2pm.
Tuesday 10th
Media publicity stunt – watch the press for details.
Tuesday 10th
Anniversary Picnic at Grantchester Meadows
A short evening ride on the Campaign’s 2nd anniversary. Starting promptly at 6pm from Hobbs Pavilion, Parker’s Piece. Bring a Pot Luck picnic.
Wednesday 11th
Hobbs Pavilion Free Cyclists’ Breakfast
For the second year, Hobbs Pavilion Restaurant on Parker’s Piece are offering a free breakfast for cyclists on National Bike to Work Day. Please join us from 8am – 9am.
Wednesday 11th
Cycling City Cinema
The East Anglian Film Archive presents an evening of local bikes on film, including Cambridge street scenes from the thirties onwards. Fisher Hall (behind the Lion Yard) 7.30pm. Admission £2.50 (children & members £2)
Friday 13th
The 1997 Golden Bell and Chocolate Chain Awards
… for the best and worst contributions to cycling in the area in the past year. 7.30pm at the Scott Polar Research Institute, Lensfield Road. Next to the Catholic Church. There’s plenty of cycle parking. (Car Parking in Chemistry car park only.)

To be followed by a debate:
The National Cycling Strategy – Can Cambridge Double Cycling by 2002?

Saturday 14th
Parade of Fancy Bicycles
Do you have an unusual bike? Or can you decorate your bike? Join the parade from Jesus Lock to the Mill Pond, at 1pm, followed by:

Family Treasure Hunt
A two-wheeled treasure hunt, staying clear of main roads, starting from the green at the of Mill Lane, 2pm.

For further details: phone(01223) 690718