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20th Anniversary

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

To mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of Cycle Carlisle, the press will be taking a photo of founder and present members. I hope you will be able to join us for this on Tues 4 Sept at 5 pm at the back of the Sands Centre. We will have a short cycle ride afterwards for those that so wish. There might even be some celebratory cake to eat!

Do join us.

Mass ride 2012

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Come and join Carlisles Annual Mass Bike Ride and

Celebration of all things Cycling!

Saturday 23 June 2012

All welcome at this family-friendly event

Under 16s accompanied by a responsible adult please

From 11am: Meet at Devonshire Walk Car Park, near the Skate Park

  • Bike Safety Checks from Rebike as part of Britain’s Biggest Bike Fix
    Is your child’s bike or your bike safe to ride? Have the experts from Rebike give it a free safety check.

  • Decorate your bicycle

  • Banner drawing

  • Free National Bike Week goodies

12.30pm: Mass Bike Ride starts

  • Take part in a short bike ride into and round Carlisle City Centre. Routes kept free of traffic, a wonderful experience for all the family.

  • Prize for the best fancy dress.

  • Entry into a free prize draw for all ride participants.

1.15 – 4pm Carlisle City Centre

  • Displays of all things bicycle in Carlisle City Centre

  • Free bicycle safety checks from Rebike

  • Free bicycle security marking and safety advice from the police

  • Bicycle obstacle rides

  • Bicycle displays

  • Information about local cycle groups and cycle events.

Participating organisations:

Cycle Carlisle, Rebike, On Yer Bike project, Bike Seven, Bel Bikers, Brampton on Bikes, Sustrans, Cumbria Police

For more information contact us at cyclecarlisle@hotmail.co.uk

Tel: 07939 196 441

Or check out www.bikeweek.org.uk/carlisle_massride

Mass ride

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Title: Mass ride
Location: Carlisle
Description: A Mass ride around Carlisle
Start Time: 12:00
Date: 2012-06-23

update Brampton rides.

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

attached. Br on Bikes Flyer-April-June 2012(1)

Brampton social rides in October

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Hello All
Apologies for the long silence and the lack of bike rides over the summer.Various events have conspired against us this year but we hope to make a dramatic comeback and most of all hope that you can join us on some of our rides.
We’ve put together a new schedule which is attached, and as before we are holding rides on the first and third Sunday of the month the first Sunday being an easy/medium family ride and the third Sunday a more challenging, partially off road ride.
We are having a grand re-launch of the Bike Club on the 2nd October with a very easy pedal and picnic to Talkin Tarn with an optional ride from there of about 8 miles if you are feeling energetic. If not we can sit and eat ice cream and feed the ducks!
Because we didn’t want to miss out on September completely there will also be rides on the 4th and 18th. On the 4th we have a “medium level” ride to Armathwaite and back and on the 18th a harder ride to Bewcastle via Gilsland.
For all rides we meet outside the Moot Hall in Brampton at 11.00 and bring a picnic and a drink.
Happy Cycling and really hope to see you soon!
Chris
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monthly social rides…….

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Our next ride is on Sunday 7th August Cycle Carlisle 25 mile bike ride starting at Sands Centre 11am (map) to Port Carlisle
on quiet roads at easy pace.

FRANK SMITH.

Jennings river rides

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

(upcoming event)
http://www.cumbriafoundation.org/jennings-rivers-ride

Sunday 18th September 2011

A series of NEW Cycle Sportive Challenge Events which will be held in Cumbria in September. The Cumbria Rivers Ride includes three stunning bike routes for cyclists of ALL abilities.

A Cycle Sportive is a long distance, organised, mass participation cycling event on public roads and the Cumbria Rivers Ride will go through some of the UK’s finest scenery and cycling terrain. Starting and finishing in Keswick, the Cumbria Rivers Ride routes follow the path of the devastating effects of the 2009 Cumbrian floods from the heart of the Lake District all the way to the Irish Sea.

Sections of the routes follow the affected river courses and criss-cross over many of the bridges that were either destroyed and replaced or were badly damaged during the floods.

Cycle Carlisle 2011 Mass ride Announced

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Cycle Carlisle have confirmed that there will be another mass ride this year.

The ride will follow a similar format to previous years -with a short ride around the city ending in the city centre with various cycle-stalls and activities.

The event will on Sunday the 19th of June 2pm (meet in Devonshire walk car park from 1pm)

Here is the event on Bike week website

We are wanting to make this year’s event bigger and better than ever but to do this we really need some more help, both in organising it and volunteers to help us on the day.
If you, or anyone you know, are able to help us with any one of the following please would you let us know what you can help with. It would be much appreciated.

  • Putting up posters
  • Flyering bicycles about the event
  • Helping out at Devonshire Walk carpark with children’s banner-making or handing out Bike week goodies
  • Helping stewarding the bike ride itself (which the police require of us)
  • Making teas and coffees and serving other refreshments in the town centre for riders
  • For people who are not participating in the ride itself, tidying away stalls from Devonshire Walk carpark when ride starts
  • Helping set up stalls in the town centre.
  • Involvement in our organisation group (next meeting Monday 23 May, 6.30pm, Currock) … if you want to come to this please phone me on 07939 196441 for more details.

Thanks very much
Helen

Brampton rides announced

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

A series of rides has been announced by Brampton on bikes. The rides are organised jointly by Sustainable Brampton, Sustrans and Brampton bike hub. The rides are rated:

Blue: Very easy and short

Green: 10-20 miles – occasional hills

Red: 20-30 miles – more demanding – but fine for an averagely fit person

Black: over 30 miles – demanding

All the rides start at the moot hall in the centre of Brampton at 11am. Please bring a pic-nic and something to drink

brampton rides

Station cycle parking update

Monday, April 4th, 2011

old station parking

Refurbishments within Carlisle Station are currently taking place. The current Station Manager has assured us that cycle parking will be reinstated as part of this refurbishment within the station – 8 Sheffield stands to take 16 bicycles on platform 8.

See our forum, here