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The Leicester Shire Cycle Challenge is taking place to encourage people to get on their bikes, have some fun and experience the benefits cycling can offer.
During rush hour, cycling can be up to twice as fast as going by car.
Events and activities will be held during the Challenge to give as many people as possible the chance to try riding a bike for 10 minutes.
Building Cycling Cultures is taking place in Leicester this weekend. It aims to celebrate […]
To date, on this site:
102 organisations have recorded trips
2,511 people have recorded trips
539 people hadn’t cycled in more than a year before cycling for the Challenge.
32,079 cycle trips recorded
312,105 miles cycled
40.5 million Kj of energy burnt (equivalent to 2,764 pounds […]