Bike Across Cultures Returns to Richmond Park!

The biking event on June 20th will bring together people from all communities, in an attempt to promote the benefits of cycling to all!

Bike Across Cultures is an annual event and is Kingston Race and Equalities Council’s contribution to bike week, along with Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group, in Richmond.
The event will start at Richmond Park’s Kingston gate at 11am and those who have their own bikes are encouraged to bring their own.
It is a free event and bicycles of different sizes will be provided for those without.
There will be a picnic area, face painting, Indian head massage and henna tattoos.


Become a cycling instructor

If you love cycling, you might consider becoming a cycling instructor. Whether you would like to make it a full-time job or you just want to pass on some skills at your local school or youth club, undertaking the National Standard Instructor training is the first step.

Kingston is the only London borough recognised as an instructor training organisation (ITO). Since 2007, we have trained more than 300 instructors for local authorities and independent providers.

You can read more about our training here, and learn more about being a Bikeability Instructor here

Get involved?

Cycling is a fantastic way to exercise, travel, and enjoy the great outdoors. Wind in the hair (under your helmet of course), sunglasses on, and a picnic in your bag. However, not everyone sees it this way.

Therefore, CycleKingston is appealing to you to share the good, the bad (and the ugly?!) We want to hear your cycling experiences, news and showcase success stories along the way too.

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