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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’. Demonstrating the social, health and environmental benefits of cycling, the week aims to get people to give cycling a go all over the UK, whether this be for fun, as a means of getting around to work or school, the local shops or just to visit friends. The 2016 event will take place 11-19th June but events still take place through September and beyond!

This year’s Bike Week has a special focus and will encourage people to use their bikes to cycle to work. Many people will use the events to ride and take part in ‘buddy’ rides with colleagues, scope out the easiest route to their place of work or take part in work place challenges.

As the biggest nationwide cycling event in the UK, Bike Week encourages over half a million people to join in events, rethink their everyday journeys and switch to cycling as the most convenient way to get around. There are hundreds of events planned for 2016.

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Become an organiser and take advantage of free support and advice to help you make your event a success, and be part of a nationwide event. As an organiser you will receive FREE:

  • Event Registration
  • Public Liability Insurance
  • Promotional Material
  • National Publicity
  • Website tools

Register your Bike Week event

John Mallow
Carlton Reid

Bike Week is delivered by Cycling UK.
Patron: Her Majesty the Queen President: Jon Snow Chief Executive: Paul Tuohy
Cycling UK is a trading name of Cyclists’ Touring Club (CTC) a company limited by guarantee, registered in England no: 25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales charity no: 1147607 and in Scotland charity no: sco42541. Registered office: Parklands, Railton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX
Tel 0844 736 8450 Email cycling@cyclinguk.org. Web www.cyclinguk.org