We’re offering FREE lunchtime guided bike rides this June
As part of Bike Week, on the 11th and 13th June, we’re offering two FREE guided bike rides on a lunchtime, to encourage you to take to two wheels and discover the health and environmental benefits of cycling! Whether you’re an avid cycler or looking to get into cycling, these rides are open to all abilities.
Don’t have a bike? Fear not, as you can rent one of our Wellington Place App bikes for free so you can join in!
The bike rides will be led by British Cycling ride leaders Richard Warren and Jo Amess, who have put together a scenic route heading out of Leeds on the Kirkstall Road cycle lanes, passing Kirkstall Abbey and Hawksworth woods. Then down to the tree-lined riverside path to cross the River Aire at the historic and picturesque Newlay Bridge, before winding past Kirkstall Forge and back along the canal for the return journey.
The rides will take place on a lunchtime, meeting at 12.30pm in Tower Square with your bike. The rides are exclusive for Wellington Place occupiers and spaces are limited so be sure to reserve your space by selecting your prefered date, create a FREE British Cycling account, if you don’t already have one, and then click join the ride:
We advise that you bring and wear your own helmet as this is the cyclist’s own responsibility.
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