Bikestock

Offroad Leisure , Brighton – Saturday, 27 Jun 2015

Event Summary

Event Overview

Join us at Stammer Park for a fun filled event with lots of activities to get you and your family on your bikes.

As part of Take Part - Brighton and Hove, we are organising Bikestock 2015. Bikestock roadshow is being run in schools all over Brighton and Hove between Monday 15 - Friday 26 June and is an initiative to get schools and individuals cycling as part of their daily routines.

Local Sustrans Bike It Officer Ben Sherratt is challenging you to ride as many miles as you can from Monday 15 June, until Saturday 27 June, when we are holding our third Bikestock Festival of Cycling for all.

Ben will be visiting many schools, riding 1000 miles in playgrounds all over the city, in the lead up to the event and is challenging the schools to beat his mileage.  

Come to Stanmer Park on Saturday 27 June and ride as many miles as you can on our fun course.

Use your miles to beat Bike It Ben’s 1000 mile challenge for your school.

There will be lots of fun things to do all day on your bike from making music on your bike with Active Beats to zooming around with Go-Ride.

Event details:
  • Join us at Stanmer Park on Saturday 27 June.
  • There will be lots going on including Active Beats, Go-Ride with British Cycling, smoothie bikes and you can also try out our electric bike. 
  • There are lots of prizes on offer, including Frog Bikes, Bike Skills, Bushcraft, Street-Diner and much more.

Bikestock is open to all schools and individuals in Brighton and Hove.

Event Details

Event URN:

381392

Start Date:

Sat, 27th Jun 2015

Event Type:

Offroad Leisure (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Stanmer Park, Lewes Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 9SE

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Event promoted by:

VC Jubilee (website)

Event Website:

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About the Event

The Rides

Bikestock Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 27/06/15 11:00 --- --- 04 hr
Sat 27/06/15 – 11:00
04 hr

Event Summary

Event Overview

Join us at Stammer Park for a fun filled event with lots of activities to get you and your family on your bikes.

As part of Take Part - Brighton and Hove, we are organising Bikestock 2015. Bikestock roadshow is being run in schools all over Brighton and Hove between Monday 15 - Friday 26 June and is an initiative to get schools and individuals cycling as part of their daily routines.

Local Sustrans Bike It Officer Ben Sherratt is challenging you to ride as many miles as you can from Monday 15 June, until Saturday 27 June, when we are holding our third Bikestock Festival of Cycling for all.

Ben will be visiting many schools, riding 1000 miles in playgrounds all over the city, in the lead up to the event and is challenging the schools to beat his mileage.  

Come to Stanmer Park on Saturday 27 June and ride as many miles as you can on our fun course.

Use your miles to beat Bike It Ben’s 1000 mile challenge for your school.

There will be lots of fun things to do all day on your bike from making music on your bike with Active Beats to zooming around with Go-Ride.

Event details:
  • Join us at Stanmer Park on Saturday 27 June.
  • There will be lots going on including Active Beats, Go-Ride with British Cycling, smoothie bikes and you can also try out our electric bike. 
  • There are lots of prizes on offer, including Frog Bikes, Bike Skills, Bushcraft, Street-Diner and much more.

Bikestock is open to all schools and individuals in Brighton and Hove.

Event Details

Event URN:

381392

Start Date:

Sat, 27th Jun 2015

Event Type:

Offroad Leisure (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Stanmer Park, Lewes Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 9SE

View map

Event promoted by:

VC Jubilee (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

The Rides

Bikestock Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 27/06/15 11:00 --- --- 04 hr
Sat 27/06/15 – 11:00
04 hr

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