Bike Week is an annual opportunity to promote cycling and show how cycling can easily be part of everyday life by encouraging ‘everyday cycling for everyone’.
Bike Week first took place in 1923 – 95 years ago! It was, and always has been, a great opportunity to highlight the social, health and environmental benefits of cycling, with a core aim of getting people to give cycling a go all over the UK.
This year it takes place from 9th-17th June, and Welsh Cycling have confirmed their opportunities suitable for all, to encourage people to get on their bike during the week!
Free Track Taster Sessions
x2 1 hour Track Taster sessions will be taking place on Wednesday 13th June at Wales National Velodrome, for 10 - 16 year olds.
Book a time slot below:
Womens BMX Session
Fancy a try at BMX? this 2 hour session titled 'Go With The Flow' is suitable for women and girls over 16 years of age, and will be held at Marsh Tracks, North Wales and is a great opportunity to learn the basics around BMX racing.
The cost of the session is £10.00 + £1.00 application fee if you book online, or £15.00 on the day.
At a recreational level, there are a number of social rides for all abilities across Wales on the Let's Ride website during the week, and every week! type in your location and a selection of rides will become available for you to book onto.
Trained, female, volunteer ride leaders ‘Champions’ hosting rides for Women and Girls only across Wales.
Launched in September 2017 the Guided Rides program in Cardiff is run by British Cycling trained volunteer ride leaders, rides take place on risk assessed routes. Rides are designed to be highly accessible for all abilities of cyclist and free of charge.
An online platform designed to network cyclists and cycling opportunities, anyone can create, search and join rides of any length or difficulty.