Some picture below showing participants gaining confidence practicing to signal their direction.
Looking forward to next weeks session on Monday morning at Everyone Active Swim and Fitness Centre in Pickering, 09.15 – 10.45.
This is an aspiration to follow and definitely worth a read. It’s great for the economy, health, well-being and so much more.
The next meeting is on Tuesday 12 September 2023, with a link to the agenda below;
If you are passionate about increasing cycling in Ryedale, please contact Jackie Speakman, Sustainable Transport Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org for a Teams meeting link.
New faces and new ideas always welcome.
These are suitable for adults who haven’t been on their bike for a while and want to gain in confidence.
Sessions will start in a traffic free environment, then progress onto quite roads as confidence and knowledge increases.
Sessions are due to start on Monday 11 September, 09:15 – 10:45 at Everyone Active, Swim and Fitness Centre, Pickering.
Booking is essential so please contact Jackie Speakman, NYC Sustainable Transport Officer on email email@example.com
I was lucky enough to attend this event yesterday at Ampleforth Abbey where we promoted active travel, Ryedale Environment Group and generally liaised with members of the public, who were supporting everyone taking part yesterday, in very hot conditions.
Thank you to Mike Potter, Helen Gundry and Craig Newcombe for all supporting it too in various ways.
NYC have launched phase one of a review of sports and leisure provision with a short survey. They want to refocus our leisure services to better support the physical and mental well-being of individuals and communities and to make it easier for everyone to be active. Click here to take part in the survey: sports survey – closing date 31 August.