The Big Bike Revival, now in its sixth year, has become a flagship event in Cycling UK’s calendar. With a renewed focus on making cycling accessible for all, the campaign aims to empower people of all ages and backgrounds to discover or rediscover the joy of cycling.
Through the Big Bike Revival, Cycling UK aims to address common barriers that may prevent people from cycling, such as lack of confidence, limited access to bicycles, and inadequate cycling infrastructure. By providing support, resources, and activities, the campaign strives to make cycling a viable and enjoyable mode of transportation for individuals and communities.
The campaign will feature a series of local events and activities across the UK, including bike repair sessions, confidence-building workshops, guided rides, and cycling festivals. These events, organized in partnership with local cycling groups, businesses, and community organizations, aim to create a supportive environment for both new and experienced cyclists.
As part of the Big Bike Revival, Cycling UK will facilitate bike loan schemes and offer free bicycle health checks to ensure that people have access to safe and well-maintained bikes. Participants will also have the opportunity to receive expert guidance on cycling skills, road safety, and maintenance, empowering them to become more confident cyclists.
Through the Big Bike Revival, Cycling UK is committed to promoting cycling as a sustainable and healthy mode of transportation. By encouraging more people to cycle, the campaign aims to reduce traffic congestion, promote physical activity, improve air quality, and contribute to a greener environment.