Chesterfield Cycle Campaign promotes cycle use in Chesterfield for both leisure and utility journeys.  By campaigning for a comprehensive network, we aim to improve conditions for cyclists so that cycling becomes a safer and more attractive option than car travel for local journeys.

Big Bike Revival Ride

Join the Big Bike Revival Ride, Sunday October 14th, leaving from Tapton Lock at 1.00pm. The route is a circuit of the Trans Pennine Trail loop, out through Tapton, Brimington Common and Inkersall and back along the railway path past Poolsbrook Country Park to Staveley and then the canal path back to Tapton Lock. Its about 10 miles.

We'll be stopping at Katey's cafe at the Hollingwood Hub for refreshments, please bring some money if you intend stopping there.

All welcome but children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

September Cycle in Style ride

Twenty one riders came along to Cycle in Style on September 29th. Vintage Tea Rooms provided free tea before the start. After departure shortly after 10.30 the ride finished at the Urban Kitchen on Brimington Road after completing about 5 miles.

We'll hopefully organise another couple of rides in 2019. 

Campaign Meeting

Our September meeting will be on Tuesday 11th September at 7.30pm in Chesterfield Community Centre, all welcome. We'll be discussing updating the Campaign's web site plus issues at the Avenue site and the Arkwright open cast site. Minutes of our last meeting in July and September's agenda available via the link in the left hand menu.

Avenue Site Open!

The Avenue site near Wingerworth is now open allowing you to cycle from Chesterfield, through the site to Grassmoor or Tupton.

Coming Up

Don't forget the rides mentioned in a previous post and the next Dr Bike workshop on Saturday 1st September 9.30am till 1.00pm in Queen's Park north car park (opposite Travis Perkins).

The latest Campaign email update available here.

Ride Events

We've got four rides coming up in September and October!

Friday September 7th is the 3rd Chesterfield Friday Night Ride. Leave from the town hall steps at 6.30pm for a sociable ride with the theme 'C for Chapels'. Ride ends at a pub around 8.45pm. The October Friday Night Ride will be on the 5th, theme tbn! Facebook page.

Saturday September 29th is the Cycle in Style ride, register your free place using the link in the right hand column or see the website or Facebook page.

On Sunday October 14th there is the Big Bike Revival celebration ride, leaving from Tapton Lock Visitor Centre at 1.00pm to do a 10 mile loop around the Trans Pennine Trail with a stop at Katey's cafe at the Hollingwood Hub for refreshments. Again book your free place using the link on the right or see the webpage.

Don't forget Dr Bike workshop on 1st September and 6th October, Facebook page.

Get cycling in Chesterfield!

Campaign Meeting

A reminder there won't be a Campaign meeting in August. The next one will be on 11th September.

August 3rd & 4th

A few events coming up:

Friday August 3rd - Inclusive Pedals 'taster' session in Queen's Park (cricket pitch track). 1.00pm till 3.00pm. A chance for those less able to be able to try out the range of trikes and quads, handcycle, 2 seater and wheelchair carrier. £1 per rider.

Friday August 3rd - Friday Night Ride - B for Bridges, leave from outside the town hall at 6.30pm for a social ride looking at bridges! Finishing at a pub.

Saturday August 4th - Dr Bike workshop, Queen's Park north car park 9.30am till 1.00pm.

Campaign Meeting

Our monthly meeting will be on Tuesday 10th July, 7.30pm at Chesterfield Community Centre.

Avenue Site

The first path is now open on the Avenue site.

It can be accessed by bike from Ingleton Road/Railway Terrace (not officially a RoW). then crossing over the railway bridge. The path then runs over the dam wall that has been built.

Unfortunately cyclists have to turn round and retrace their steps at the position in the image because the path continues as a very narrow footpath to Derby Road!

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