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Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride - Sunday 24 June 2007

 

Bristol’s Biggest Bike Ride Sunday 24 June 2007

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Thanks to everyone that took part in Bristol Biggest Bike Ride on Sunday, 24th June 2007.  We hope all riders enjoyed the event. Even though the weather was not so good, there were nearly 4,000 riders there on the day.

Have a look at the photos

You can see more pictures on this site and also on Bristol Evening Post's website, BBC Radio Bristol’s website and GWR’s website. Now available, a short movie showing extracts of the day.

High Visibility Waistcoats

You still have chance to buy one of Bristol’s Biggest Bike Ride high visibility waistcoats. However, children’s aged 8-10 years are now sold out and there are only a few size Small adult waistcoats.  An Order form can be obtained from this site (see related documents below) or by ringing 0117 903 6701.

Business Challenge Winners!

Biggest Bike Ride 2007 - Business Challenge winners. From left to right, representatives from Hartnell Taylor Cook, Business West, Bristol University and Byways and Highways.

We are pleased to announce the three winners of the Business Challenge are:

  • University of Bristol - Winner of the large (250+ employees) business size category
  • Hartnell Taylor Cook - Winner of the medium (50-249 employees) business size category  
  • Byways and Highways - Winner of the small (0-49 employees) business size category

These organisations had the highest number of participants in the bike ride for its business size category. Winners were invited to an award ceremony at Wills Memorial Building.  Business West’s Regional Affairs Director, Nigel Hutchings, presented each of the companies with a trophy to mark their contribution to the event.

School's Challenge Winner!

The winner of this year's Schools’ Challenge - Southville Primary School.  A very close 2nd was Henleaze Infant and Junior, and 3rd place goes to St Mary Redcliffe CE VC. Well done to all children that took part.  For a list of all the schools that took part go to 'related documents' below.

The winning school was presented with a £150 Fresh and Wild voucher, discount vouchers for Pembury Cycles and a course of cycle training courtesy of Bristol City Council's Road Safety Team.  The schools that came 2nd and 3rd were also presented with a prize.

Commemorative Bristol Blue Glass

Did you take part in Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride? If so, you can mark the occasion with a commemorative Bristol Blue Glass paperweight featuring the event's logo.  To view the paperweight and for further details please go to the Commemorative Bristol Blue Glass section.

Looking forward to next year

There will be no further updates for this event and look forward to next year's Biggest Bike Ride.
 

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