Would you like to try cycling for free? Come along to the Active Towns bike library in your town.
A bike library gives you the chance to loan a bike either on the day or for 2 weeks or a month. Bike library also offers cycle accessories such as helmets and high visibility clothing, so you can enjoy your ride safely and with confidence.
Across the week commencing Monday, 2 August each of the Bike Libraries will be offering free bike maintenance workshops. At the sessions you’ll receive a talk around cycle maintenance and a demonstration on how to carry out repairs on their bikes. Sessions will need to be booked please contact R-evolution bike charity on 01482 844422.
A range of men, ladies and children’s road, hybrid and mountain bikes will be available to loan. You can choose to loan a bike on the day for a maximum of two hours, however the bike must be collected and returned to the library within the event time.
Covid-19 safety measures will be in place to protect you and the bike library staff. Please wear a face covering when collecting and returning your bike and maintain social distancing between others at the library. Face coverings can be removed when away from the library during your ride. All bikes and accessories will be cleaned between uses. There will be hand sanitiser available for you to use on site.
How do I get a bike?
The Active East Riding bike library is for residents living in Pocklington, Market Weighton, Goole and Howden. On arrival, you’ll be asked to fill out a form with some basic contact details. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes to cycle in. All safety accessories are provided but you can bring your own if you choose to do so.
You can turn up at the day and request a bike, but to avoid disappointment you can book a bike in advance by calling R-evolution bike charity on 01482 844422
Meet the All Ride team!
Across the week commencing Monday, 23 August at each of the Bike Libraries you’ll have the chance to meet the All Ride team and explore a range of their adapted bikes and find out more about the service.
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