Putting your feet to the pedals is the order of the day on a Sunday later in July.Advertisement
Two long-distance cycle rides are taking place during Pedalfest.
Preston’s first cycling festival has lots happening involving two wheels.
A 101k and 59k ride sets off from Avenham Park.
Shorter rides for the Sky Ride Local also take place with a four mile ride along the River Ribble.
Avenham and Miller Park are the venue for the Family Festival with a climbing tower, face painting, electric bikes and Go Ride fun races.
All events take place on Sunday 24 July.
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Cabinet member for culture and leisure councillor Peter Kelly said: “These events are a great family day out in our beautiful, award winning parks. You can also support those taking part in the cycling challenge – or if you’re up for it, sign up to ride the route yourself.
“Not only will you see the beauty of Preston’s parks, but also the local countryside too. The routes will take in the best that Lancashire has to offer and provide views you may not have come across before.”
The long course is 65 miles and the other is 37 miles. Setting off from 8am.
You must be 16 years old for the long route and 12 for the short route.
The long route is £25 and the short route £20.
Here’s how you can enter
A four mile route it’s free to do. Just need to sign up.
Will you be saddling up for Pedalfest? Where is your favourite place to cycle in Preston? Let us know in the comments below