When: Sunday 15 July 2018
Where: Whitby Park, Ellesmere Port, CH65 9AF
Time: 10.30am start
Description: Bike and Boats is back for it's second year! A free fun family event. Our Bike and Boats Festival is a celebration of past 19th century traditions with a decorated Bike Ride from Whitby Park to the National Waterways Museum. Our fun packed day starts at 10am in Whitby Park with some Brass Band oomph. At 10.30am Mini Bike & Boats, for our younger riders on scooters, bikes with stabilisers, prams or anything else with wheels! will set off for a couple of laps around the park.
At 11.15am our main Bike & Boats bike ride sets off on a 2.5 mile marshalled ride on designated cycle routes, 20mph roads and the canal tow path all the way the National Waterways Museum. Once at the museum entry will be free all day with a packed programme of Bike and Boats activities including....
Contact: Ali Dore
- Danny Butler and his Extreme Mountain Bike Show,
- Novelty bikes to try, Bike powered activities plus all the museum attractions.
- The "Blinged" bikes will be judged and all entries will receive a certificate and a goody bag.
- Come ready "Blinged" or use our "Bling Station" at Whitby Park to decorate your bike!
Age range: family
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