The National Trust are hosting a Cycle Fest on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July. There is activity throughout the weekend for the whole family.
The Barnesbury Cycling Club will be leading a family ride to Blyth (using cycle paths and off road routes) at 10.00am on the Saturday, followed by a free coaching session open to 6-16yr olds in the grounds of the Hall between 1.15 - 3.15pm.
On the Sunday the club will be organising Go Ride Race for beginner riders aged under 16 years old (everyone welcome). The start time for the cyclo-cross/mountain bike race is 12.00 noon, with coaching inputs for the riders on various aspects of the course/riding skills. The cost to enter is £3 and parental consent is essential.
For more information on the festival go to www.nationaltrust.org.uk or contact Alison Forbes on 0191 237 9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that if members arrive by car a charge maybe levied for parking, however if you arrive by bike then the event is free (apart from the race costs if you choose to enter).