Coventry Cycling Festival 2012
23 June 2012
Learning - General
This June, the Coventry Cycling Festival returns!
On the day of the Festival, Millennium Place in front of Coventry Transport Museum will come alive with a whole host of FREE activities for all ages – and whether you prefer to join in or simply to watch, you’ll find lots to enjoy throughout the whole weekend. And it doesn’t matter whether or not you own a bike, as cycles of all shapes and sizes will be provided for you to try.
Get a flavour of what to expect, from this video of last year's festival:
Most activities are free of charge and suitable for the whole family - we look forward to seeing you there!
Other Cycling Activities happening throughout June:
We are looking for up to 100 cyclists to join us in celebrating the career of Tom Sabin, the Coventry-born cyclist who won the first Olympic cycle races in 1876.
Ride To The Romans - Coventry to Baginton
Sunday 24 June - 2pm
This ride from Coventry Transport Museum to the Lunt Roman Fort is a fantastic route for the whole family to take part in together. It’s free to enter and there will be plenty of experienced cyclists on hand to guide you along the way – and you will even get free entry to the Lunt Fort when you arrive!
Plus more to be announced soon.
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