Diary

29 - 31 March 2019 - London Bike Show [National]

At the ExCel Exhibition Centre. Full information can be obtained from the Bike Show website.

Monday 25 March - Friday 5 April 2019 - The Big Pedal 2019 [National/Local]

Where? At your school.

The Big Pedal is a massive cycle and scoot to school event. How massive? During the Big Pedal 2018, 1608 schools registered and 513,443 pupils made 989,414 journeys by bike or scooter.

For further information see the The Big Pedal website.

Friday 10 May 2019 - CCNB AGM [Local]

The AGM will be held at Friends Meeting House, 5 Lansdowne Road, Bedford, MK40 2BY at 7.30pm.

It will be preceded by a presentation . Non-members and visitors are welcomed.

Saturday/Sunday 11/12 May 2019 - National Mills Weekend [Local/National]

This year's National Mills Weekend is on Saturday/Sunday 12/13 May 2019

Mills which will be provisionally open in the Bedford area which can be easily reached by bicycle are Stevington Windmill (appointment only), Bromham Watermill, Stotfold Watermill and Jordan's Watermill.

All except Stevington Windmill have a cafe or tearoom attached.

Tuesday/Wednesday 4/5 June 2019 - Second World Cycling Forum [International]

Following on from the success of the first event held in Oporto, Portugal in 2017 the Second World Cycling Forum will be held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on Tuesday/Wednesday 4/5 June 019. The theme will be 'Putting the bicycle at the core of sustainable development'. The Forum will focuss on the consequences of climate change and the role that the bicycle industry can play in compating those changes.

Saturday 8 - Sunday 16 June 2019 - National Bike Week [Local/National]

'Everyday Cycling for Everybody'. See the Bike Week website for full details of this national event.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 - CCNB's 'Not Quite the Longest Day' Bike Ride [Local]

This years 'Not Quite the Longest Day' bike ride jointly with Cycling UK is on Wednesday 19 June 2019 and will start from the Priory Park Cafe at 6.30pm and as before proceed along Route 51 and the circular riverside route to Willington where we will take a short break before returning by the direct route.

Saturday 6 July - Sunday 28 July 2019 - Tour de France [International]

The 2019 106th tour will start with from Brussels in honour of the first Tour de France win of Eddy Merckx. The event is made up of 21 stages and covers a total distance of 3,460 kilometres.

See the Tour de France website for full details of this international event.

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