National Bike Week 2003

Review of Bike Week

See our review of Bike Week, published in Newsletter 49.

Events held during the week

Photo from Bike Week 2002

Day Events
Sat 14 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Stall on Market Square 11-2
Sun 15 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
City – Ride, 2 – 4pm
Mon 16 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Tue 17 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Weds 18 June Bike2Work Breakfast at Hobbs Pavilion 8-9am
Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Thu 19 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Fri 20 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Sat 21 June Cycle Training 1-2pm, Parker’s Piece
Stall on Market Square 11-2
Sun 22 June Pedalling Picnic Ride, 10.30-3

Free Cycle Training

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Every day from 1-2pm at Parker’s Piece. Two trainers available for whatever level of cycling ability. Book in advance (call Lindsey 01223 712455).

Bike2Work Breakfast

Free Cyclists’ Breakfast from 8am-9am (while stocks last!), at Hobbs Pavilion, Parker’s Piece. Enjoy toast or a croissant and a coffee with your fellow two-wheeled commuters. (Supported by Hobbs Pavilion and Cambridgeshire TravelWise)

Energize logoAnd if you get there early enough you can book yourself a free Energize@work On Chair Massage. Energize@work offers Shiatsu-based OCM to Cambridge businesses as a low-cost, high-impact employee benefit. For more information see www.lizknox.co.uk .

Pedalling Picnic Ride

A countryside ride, at a gentle pace. Everybody welcome. Meet at 10.30am at Hobbs Pavilion on Parker’s Piece, bring picnic lunch, a leisurely ride to Anglesey Abbey, ca. 10 miles. We will be back around 3pm.

For more information please call: 01223 712455

Earlier events

City Ride

A tour through Cambridge by bicycle with a local specialist and lots of stories.

2 – 4 pm, from Hobbs Pavilion on Parker’s Piece.

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