Two women riding on a bike through a park
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The Big Bike Revival is here

It’s time to get out and about on two wheels!

Are you looking for… 
expert bike health checks?
exhilarating bike rides?
learn-to-fix workshops?

If you answered YES to any of those questions, then The Big Bike Revival is for you! 

Cycling UK, the charity inspiring millions more people to cycle providing skills, motivation, advice, and support to enable everyone to ride a bike, has partnered with two local organisations – Liverpool Cycle Tours and Cycling FIX CIC – to run free events happening over the next two weeks in Sefton Park, Kings Dock and Toxteth Tool Library. The events are open to all residents across Liverpool, and you can find out more about each one below.

The events

What: Learn to fix – basic bike maintenance 
Where: Liverpool Cycle Tours Ltd, Kings Dock Street Liverpool, L1 8JU 
When: 6th April | 10am – 12pm / 7th April | 2pm – 4pm / 8th April | 2pm – 4pm / 14th April 2pm – 4pm / 17th April | 5pm – 7pm 

What: Social ride on e-bikes 
Where: Liverpool Cycle Tours Ltd, Kings Dock Street Liverpool, L1 8JU 
When: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th, 14th April | 2pm – 4pm 

What: Learn to ride 
Where: Liverpool Cycle Tours Ltd, Kings Dock Street Liverpool, L1 8JU 
When: 9th, 11th April | 2pm – 4pm 

What: Maintain your bike @ Tool Library 
Where: Liverpool Tool Library, 1 Aspen Grove, Unit 5, Toxteth, L8 0SR 
When: 10th April | 5pm – 7pm 

What: Dr Bike in Sefton Park 
Where: Oasis in the Park, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17 1AP 
When: 6th, 7th 14th April | 2pm – 6pm 

You can book on to these events by visiting these below links:


All of the events are FREE to attend and booking is essential.

Cycling is a great way for us to get around our city and helps us tackle problems like air pollution and traffic congestion. Getting out and about on two wheels also improves our mental and physical wellbeing. 

Thanks to the Big Bike Revival, 78% of participants have increased the amount they cycle, 86% feel happier and 59% improved their physical wellbeing – so just imagine what it could do for you too! 

Aigburth resident Maliha, who attended a Learn to Fix event organised by Aigburth Community Cycle Club, said: 

“I learnt to ride a bicycle at age 23 when I moved to Europe. There are social barriers for women to do such activities in Pakistan and as such I had no experience of dealing with common issues that come with biking regularly. We took apart the bikes and put them back together and now I am way more confident of my ability to make small repairs and adjustments to my bike.” 

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