Commuters who use their bikes can enjoy a free breakfast and live music at one of three bike breakfasts organised as part of Bike Week, from 19-27 June.
Brighton & Hove City Council's Journey On team have teamed up with Melting Vinyl to provide live music with each breakfast serving. There will also be a chance to have a quick health check for your bike from a free bike doctor.
Dates for free Bike Breakfasts: (music details to be confirmed)
- Tues 22 June at Loving Hut cafe on St Peter's Place, near the Level. (7.30-10am)
- Thurs 24 June at Brighton station - this is the first year a free breakfast is being hosted event at Brighton station so whether you cycle to the station or take your folding bike on the train, don't miss out on a free coffee and croissant before you leave! (7-10am)
- Fri 25 June at the Meeting Place cafe, near the Peace Statue, Hove seafront. (7.30-10am)
The week ends on Sunday, 27 June with a screening at the Duke of York’s of Jacques Tati’s first feature film Jour de Fete (1949), a comic tale of a rural cycling postman.
There will be something for everyone, whether you are a beginner, an experienced cyclist, or would like to cycle but don’t know where to start.
Councillor Geoffrey Theobald, Brighton & Hove’s cabinet member for environment, said: “Bike Week is all about providing choice for cyclists and the council’s commitment to making it easier and safer for people of all ages to get around the city.”
Click here for full details of all the events planned for Bike Week http://www.journeyon.co.uk/cycling_91.asp
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