Cycle ride organised in bid to get Lincoln commuters active
People in Lincoln are being encouraged to get on their bikes, as part of a push to get commuters healthy.
A 45 minute lunchtime bike ride will take place around the LN6 area of the city, on Thursday September 12.
It ties in with Lincolnshire County Council’s drive to get more people cycling to and from Lincoln.
Councillor Richard Davies, executive member for transportation, said: "Access LN6 aims to improve sustainable transport options in LN6 including more opportunities to cycle.
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“We're pleased to be supporting national Cycle to Work day and encourage staff to get on their bikes.
“We are working with businesses in the LN6 area that are keen to encourage their employees to travel in a more environmentally friendly way so this is a perfect opportunity to encourage more people to cycle."
The lunchtime bike ride starts at the Kingsley Road hirebike station at 12.20pm.
Cyclists can also swap their bike locks for more secure ones at The Showroom on Tritton Road, in a bid to help prevent cycle crime.