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Please vote for us!

We have been fortunate to shortlisted for the LNER Community Award, if we win, we’ll get a grant to help us continue our work, using cycling to make Bradford and healthier, happier, fairer place. To vote for us, please click here https://survey.alchemer.eu/s3/90493480/2023-LNER-Customer-and-Community-Investment-Fund-survey?fbclid=IwAR3s8DA3rab5XoKTPIpiSjDZtxmwmZ2FeGNk5UB1jb7rovga604ppWeO45M and fill in the short survey. We are under education and employability

New This Girl Can cohorts

We have new cohorts of our fabulous This Girl Can sessions starting soon. This a five week course of bike skills, basic mechanics skills and led rides designed to get women who can ride a bike, but don’t out riding. Dates are: Thursday evenings 6pm-8pm starting 9th June Saturday morning 10-12pm starting 18th June Saturday …

Cycle for Health

We are thrilled to be partnering with Cycling UK to deliver their Cycle for Health programme. Cycle for Health is a a programme that provides a route into regular activity, building fitness and self-esteem. Designed specifically for adults identified as having poor mental or physical health, the 12-week package of support develops skills and grows …

We’re on the move!

Our current home at Hall Ings is earmarked for demolition under plans to renovate the city centre, so with a twinge of sadness, but also some excitement, we are relocating to a new base behind Oastler Market. Our new home will be in the former blood donation centre on Rawson Road, and although not as …

Cycling to COP26

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It is scheduled to be held in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, between 31 October and 12 November 2021, under the presidency of the United Kingdom. In order to raise awareness of the need to decarbonise …

Women’s only cycle sessions starting soon!

We are absolutely thrilled to announce we have been awarded Sport England “This Girl Can” funding to run sessions gettting women who are not confident cycling out on their bikes. We will be offering 10 cohorts of women five sessions to get them out and about on the bikes. The sessions will include basic bike …

Spokes not blokes

We are starting a new monthly drop-in for all women, non-binary & trans folks to learn about fixing bikes in a welcoming, safe space. Booking a space means you’ll have a work stand in the workshop to repair your bike with some support from us. You’ll be able to repair your own bike and learn …

Family Attachments Session – 15th Aug 2021 11am-3pm

Ever Fancied Riding with your kids but don’t know where to start?Come along to Roberts Park this Sunday between 11am and 3pm and you can try out a range of attachments for bikes – which you can put your kids in! Bike trailers, Bike seats (front and back), Tag-Alongs, a Trail-Gator and more.  Also try …

Capital of Cycling receive award from MP

We were thrilled to be presented an award by Imran Hussain MP at Feversham Primary School for our work helping them set up an after school club. Thanks to Feversham Primary and Imran Hussain MPand the kind words said, thanks for the opportunity tocelebrate a successful community partnership which hasgiven so many pupils access to …