Breeze in the park comes to town

 

Parks across the country will be transformed into a bike riding haven on Sunday 23 September as women take to their bikes with friends and family to celebrate the success of women’s cycling. 

 

Breeze womens cycling

 

This summer has been described as the greatest ever time for women and sport, and British Cycling’s Breeze network is playing its part by hosting Breeze in the Park. Breeze is the biggest ever programme to get more women into riding bikes for fun. Women and their families are invited to get involved and celebrate this golden age of women’s sport. 

 

Things have come a long way since the first Games in 1896 when all competitors were men. With over 4,800 female competitors taking part and more medal opportunities for women than ever before, this has been the most decorated Olympics for women by far.

 

Natalie Justice, British Cycling’s Women’s Network Manager, said:

 

“London 2012 will forever go down as a defining moment for women’s sport and this extraordinary and unprecedented time deserves a celebration. We want every single woman out there who has been inspired this summer to bring their bike, and their friends and families, along to the park to join us for a special Breeze bike ride.”

 

Breeze womens cycling on 23 Sept

 

When: Sunday 23 September

 

Events will be happening in:

Bradford – Lister Park 10 - 1pm 

Bournemouth – Slades Farm in Ensbury Park 10 - 1pm

Hull – Peter Pan Park (Costello) 10 - 1pm

Kent – Cyclopark 10 – 1pm

London – Victoria Park (Tower Hamlets) 10 - 1pm

Manchester – Philips Park and NCC 10 - 1pm

Middlesbrough - Prissick Base 10 - 1pm (as part of Middlesbrough Cycling Sundays)

Preston – Avenham Park 10 - 1pm

Plymouth – Devonport Park 2- 4pm

 

What to bring: A bike, your pals and the kids but most importantly, a smile.

 

Cost: It’s FREE

 

Leading the way in women only bike rides, Breeze is encouraging women of all ages and abilities to get on their bikes. To be a part of history, just turn up on the day or visit breezebikerides.com  to find out how you can get involved in the meantime.  You’ll also find lots of ideas, tips and inspiring stories.

 

 

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