Bike Week is upon us once again. There is a full programme of events in Portsmouth:
Bike Week Launch Event
Saturday 15 June, 11am-4pm Southsea Skate Park, Clarence Esplanade
All activities are FREE:
- Forest track – an exciting test of skill on a timber track with bends, humps and bumps
- Obstacle course
- Bike try outs – including carrying a child on a bike, bike trailers and adaptive cycles
- BMX displays – on the hour every hour
- Bike Doctor – checks and basic repairs
- Smoothie making bike
- Police security marking and safe locking advice
Ride on the Wild Side
Sunday 16 June, 11am Cosham Station
The annual Friends Of The Earth led ride, this time around some of the wilder areas of the city.
Famous Figures Ride
Monday 17 June, 5.30pm Dockyard Gate, The Hard
Guided ride to look at famous figures of Portsmouth.
Mountain Bike Session
Tuesday 18 June, 7pm (for 7.30pm start) Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Meet at Activity Centre with your bike or there is limited transport available from Portsmouth, call 023 9284 1948 to book a place.
Wednesday 19 June, 8am Eastney swimming baths
Why not try riding to the University? Free bike breakfast for everyone that comes along.
Thomas Ellis Owen Ride
Wednesday 19 June, 5.30pm Queen Victoria statue, Guildhall Square
Look at the work of the famous Victorian architect with Sue and John Pike.
Thursday 20 June, 11am-2pm Guildhall Square
Free bike check and basic repairs.
Annual Fish and Chip Ride
Friday 21 June, 5.30pm Kings Theatre, Albert Rd
Portsmouth Cycle Forum’s annual fish and chip ride.
Community Cycle Centre Open Day
Saturday 22 June, 10am-2pm Stacey Centre, Walsall Road
Basic bike check and repair training session.
Military History Ride
Sunday 23 June, 11am The Square Tower, Broad Street, Old Portsmouth
A guided ride, with commentary, around interesting military sites in the city.