The Leicester and Leicestershire Freight Quality Partnership, jointly with the SATURN project, would like to invite you to the Roadshow being held on 16th September 2015 from 10:30 to 16:00h (BST). The Roadshow will take place in the David Wilson Library Seminar Room, the University of Leicester.
Summer may have passed but don't get the back to work blues just yet. We're giving you something to ease the return!
Throughout September, try the Park & Ride from any site for free* on Thursdays, providing your inbound journey is before 9am on the day of travel.
Simply download a voucher from the Park & Ride website which entitles you to a free* Day Ticket.
Don't miss out; take advantage of this limited time offer.
A two-week annual celebration of cycling in a people-friendly city. Now in its 11th year highlights inlcude led rides, try-outs, bike-art, film, socials, racing and more.
Including sportive, go-try, youth, Cat 2, 3 & 4, Velobici challenge & elite races.
Leicester Castle Classic Weekend: King of the Cobbles
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th August 2015
This year’s weekend starts with a sportive challenge linking Leicester Castle with Bosworth on Saturday followed by a triathlon starting at QEII Leicester Centre on Sunday morning.
Support races in the afternoon are followed by the Castle Classic Kermesse – ‘One of the best races in the country’ according to last year’s winner Jon Mould – the finale of British Cycling’s Elite Road Series 2015. The Castle Classic Kermesse will be filmed for broadcast on Eurosport TV.
Leicester has submitted a bid for a major programme to develop Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycle (EAPC) hubs.
Leicester City Council and Leicester-based sustainable travel specialist, Go Travel Solutions, have successfully progressed through the Expression of Interest stage. A full application has now been submitted to apply for a share of the £500,000 funding that the Department for Transport has made available for cities, rural areas and tourism hotspots in England, outside of London, to develop shared Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycle (EAPC) hubs.