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Cycling UK receives £1 million funding boost from DfT to extend Big Bike Revival

Cycling UK has been awarded an extra £1 million of funding from the Department of Transport to extend the Big Bike Revival into schools in England for the first time. The funding will enable pop-up bike mechanic stations to set up in schools to help fix bikes for around 10,000 …

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Cycling UK rolls out scheme to help cyclists get their bikes repaired

Bike shops, cycle mechanics and community centres in more than 150 locations across the country will be part of Cycling UK’s free pop-up bike-fixing services, aiming to fix thousands of damaged or forgotten bikes. The charity has estimated that there are more than 16 million unused bikes in the UK. …

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Cycling UK to keep key workers pedalling with free services

Key workers on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19 will be able to get free bicycle repairs, loans and equipment thanks to a project launched by Cycling UK. The Big Bike Revival for Key Workers scheme will be run through a series of independent bike shops, recycling centres and …

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Funding commitment doubled for project to inspire more people to cycle

Funding has doubled for a flagship scheme to inspire more people to start or return to cycling in England after the Government today announced a £1 million investment in the project. The Big Bike Revival, run by Cycling UK, aims to incentivise the 42% of the population who have access …

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