Diary

Saturday 8 - Sunday 16 June 2019 - National Bike Week [Local/National]

'Everyday Cycling for Everybody'. See the Bike Week website for full details of this national event.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 - CCNB's 'Not Quite the Longest Day' Bike Ride [Local]

This years 'Not Quite the Longest Day' bike ride jointly with Cycling UK is on Wednesday 19 June 2019 and will start from the Priory Park Cafe at 6.30pm and as before proceed along Route 51 and the circular riverside route to Willington where we will take a short break before returning by the direct route.

Tuesday/Friday 25/28 June 2019 - Velo-City 2019 [International]

The Velo-City conference this year is hosted by the city of Dublin, Ireland from 25 to 28 June 2019. It is the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) annual global cycling summit organised by the ECF and selected host cities. The conference is the world’s largest conference in the area of cycling, cycling infrastructure, bicycle innovations, bicycle safety, and the social and cultural changes driven by cycling on a global scale. See the website here for full details of this international event.

Saturday 6 July - Sunday 28 July 2019 - Tour de France [International]

The 2019 106th tour will start with from Brussels in honour of the first Tour de France win of Eddy Merckx. The event is made up of 21 stages and covers a total distance of 3,460 kilometres.

See the Tour de France website for full details of this international event.

13- 15 September 2019 - The Cycle Show [National]

This year's show is again at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham. The world's best cycle brands present their newest and most ground-breaking bikes, kit, clothing, and accessories at this annual 3-day showcase. Full information can be obtained from the Cycle Show website.

Saturday 14 September 2019 - Bike 'n Hike [Local/National]

The annual Beds & Herts Historic Churches Trust sponsored ride for Charity.

Full information is available on their website.

16 - 22 September 2019 - European Mobility Week [International/National]

Last year 2526 cities/towns participated in the week but only 6 from the UK.

This year’s campaign is 'Safe Walking and Cycling'.