Bike Week returns from the 6th – 14th June 2020.
Like many events, Bike Week has adapted to the unique times we’re in. This year is all about health and wellbeing and how cycling benefits individuals, society and the planet. To celebrate, Cycling UK are bringing you a week of virtual bike-related events and challenges.
How can I get involved?
The #7DaysofCycling are back. These are 7 opportunities to go cycling or take part in a cycling-related activity. Whatever you do, remember to share a photo, video or story about it on Instagram or Twitter using #7DaysofCycling.
Sunday 7th June:
Be vocal – shout about your cycling activity!
Monday 8th June:
Be healthy – are you feeling fitter after getting out on your bike?
Tuesday 9th June:
Be unique – have you ever tried cycling yoga? Do something different today.
Wednesday 10th June:
Be inspired – do you have a favourite place outdoors that inspires you?
Thursday 11th June:
Be a hero – support the vulnerable with shopping deliveries. Stand up and clap all the NHS workers cycling to work.
Friday 12th June:
Go green – calculate your journeys using the carbon calculator! Your impact is amazing.
Saturday 13th June:
Go BIG - take on a bigger, longer ride or join in Cycling UK's pride ride.
Activities and Events:
This year, cycling UK are offering a range of free virtual activities for you and the family to get involved in. This includes:
Free Meditation and Visualisation sessions – train your mind and boost your performance on the bike. There will be four sessions taking place during Bike Week on the Cycling UK Facebook page. You can checkout the timetable here.
Free Cycling Yoga session – this one-hour session will encourage you to stretch your body and focus your mind. Take part on Tuesday 9th June at 7:30am via the Cycling UK Facebook page.
Family Activities – encourage the whole family to get involved with Bike Week. Cycling UK have a range of free activity printables perfect for kids aged 4-11. Get yours here.