Dr Bike and Bike Breakfast!
Thursday 15 Jun 2017

As part of national Bike Week, the Council will be providing a free bike breakfast (croissants, fruit and juice) as well as free bike checks (Dr. Bike) for people who cycle to work that day. They will be based, as normal, in Clarence Street, Kingston, next to Barclays Bank opposite the Bentall Centre.

The 'Doctors' will comprehensively check any bike brought to them, do minor repairs and give advice on more major work that may need to be done, as well as any general maintenance, whilst you tuck into a well earned breakfast!

Where possible, Dr Bike sessions are coordinated with the local police Safer Neighbourhoods Teams, who can security mark bikes against theft and give advice on bike security. So come along, make sure you're roadworthy and robbery-free and find out more about what's happening to cycling in Kingston. Plus there will be full details of a wide range of free cycle training, maintenance classes, social rides and walks.

Starts:
08:30 - Thursday 15/06/2017
Ends:
13:00 - Thursday 15/06/2017
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