How you travel is more important than ever!
Nottingham Bike Aid has helped get you on your bike-our pop-up bike hubs are here to keep you moving!
Dr Bike – get your bike checked over and minor* repairs done for free by Nottingham Bikeworks.*eg tuning gears, replacing brake blocks, fixing punctures
Cycle Training – build your confidence cycling on the roads with cycle training from qualified RideWise UK cycle instructors. Bikes and helmets are available to borrow and must be booked in advance.
To ensure social distancing measures can be maintained places are limited and must be booked in advance.
Click on the link below to book your place- you will then be contacted by the Sustrans team to confirm and check requirements.
If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 22nd October 2020, Forest Recreation Ground, (outside the Homemade Café) Gregory Blvd, Nottingham NG7 6LB
Book Dr Bike: http://bit.ly/DRBikeForest
Book Cycle Training: http://bit.ly/CTrainingForest
Bike Aid 2
RideWise, Sustrans and Nottingham Bike Works are working together to offer personalised travel plans and reconditioned bikes to workers who don’t have access to a car, want to avoid using public transport for their commute and may be finding it difficult to fund their own bike at this time.
-Living or working within the Nottingham City boundary
-commuting to work
-No access to a car for commute
-on a low income (earning below the real living wage, on a zero hour contract etc)
Priority given to keyworkers on a low income.
If you meet this criteria then simply follow the link to give us some brief details. This will enable us to send you a personalised travel plan and refer you for your bike
There are a couple of things to keep in mind - when you're completing the survey. The ‘Start’ and ‘end’ postcodes refer to the start and end of your commute so we can provide you with a free cycle route plan for your journey.
Lastly, don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter so we can keep you up to date on further support available. A member of the team will be in touch to confirm eligibility, discuss arrangements for your free bike and any travel support you need once we receive your response to the survey.
Sustrans Access Project
The Sustrans Access project supports jobseekers, new starters and people attending employability related training and interviews with travel planning and can offer cycle services such as a free bike, cycle training and bike maintenance courses.
- Nottingham or Derby City resident
- Over 16
- Actively looking work i.e attending interviews and other employability related opportunities or starting a new job.
If you meet this criteria then simply follow the link to give us some brief details. This will enable us to get in touch to check eligibility and requirements, send you a personalised travel plan and refer you to the appropriate cycle services.