Chesterfield Cycling Festival

What an absolutely incredible first Chesterfield Cycling Festival it has been! We couldn’t have asked for a better celebration of biking and community on the 100th national bike week.

We have fixed countless bikes, had a sociable night watching cycling films and most importantly got out and explored Chesterfield by bike with over 94 riders making use of the town’s infrastructure across six guided rides.

A huge round of applause and heartfelt gratitude goes out to everyone involved in organising this extraordinary event. Your hard work, dedication, and passion have made the festival a roaring success. The ride leaders, bike fixers and organisers, thank you for making it all possible!

To all the riders who joined us throughout the week, you are the true stars of the festival! Your enthusiasm, energy, and love for cycling have filled the atmosphere with joy and excitement. We hope the memories and experiences from this event will stay with you and encourage you to get on your bikes and ride!

To the weather, thank you for the sunshine!

As we bid farewell to this remarkable festival, we invite you to continue supporting cycling in Chesterfield by joining Cycle Chesterfield. By becoming a member, you’ll actively contribute to the organisation of future festivals, advocate for cyclists’ rights, and help create a more bike-friendly community. Together, we can make a difference!

We would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the festival. Share your experiences, suggestions, and memories with us, as your input will guide us in making future events even more amazing.

Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who made the Chesterfield Cycling Festival a phenomenal success. Let’s keep pedalling towards a brighter, greener, and more cycling-friendly future!

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