It’s Bike Week!

Bike Week has begun and it handily coincides with the sun returning an exciting time of year for Cyclists.

The UK’s annual celebration of cycling starts on the 30th May and lasts until the 5th June, with various events happening on each day. Cycling UK is delivering a week of fun and exciting activities for the whole family.

This year’s theme will be ‘health and wellbeing’, with a focus on getting as many people as possible to share how cycling has helped them: physically, mentally, and emotionally.

You don’t have to ride every day, even just one is fine. Use the hashtag ‘#7daysofcycling’ to share how you’re participating and to be in with the chance of winning one of Cycling UK’s many prizes, including £100 Rapha vouchers, a child’s bike from Halfords and much more.

Follow the hashtag to keep up to date with the great things people are getting involved with across the UK, and to see more ideas of how to get involved yourself!

Listed below are some of the biggest events happening each day:

World’s Biggest Bike Ride


To kick off the week, Cycling UK are encouraging anyone and everyone to get out and ride on the 30th of May. Any kind of cycle ride counts no matter how far you go, or what your motivation is. Together, we will create the World’s Biggest Bike Ride in one day!

Pledge now through the following link with your name and email, and Cycling UK will keep you updated about plans for the big day with regular news and details on participating.

Virtual Events


Building on the success of last year, Cycling UK have created a jam packed programme of online sessions, covering a wide variety of topics such as road safety, bike maintenance, and route planning.

Check out the calendar and register now!

Family Fun


One of the key messages of Bike Week is that cycling is for everyone of all ages. To help keep your family excited about Bike Week, Cycling UK have also created a free resource pack with indoor and outdoor activities you can do as a family!

Don’t forget once you leave the house on your bike to keep two metres distance away from others not in your household, and to wash your hands when you get home.