POSTPONED UNTIL 2022
Date: Saturday 30th April to Sunday 5th June 2022
THE ANNIVERSARY CELBRATIONS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL 2022
Date: Sunday 22nd May 2022
Venue: White Hart Public House, Ludford
History of Cycling UK Lincolnshire HERE
Date: Bike Week is running from SUNDAY 30th May to SATURDAY 5th June 2021
Date: Sunday 30th May - 'Worlds Biggest Bike Ride'
Date: Sunday 30th May - Saturday 5th June - '#7DaysofCycling'
Date: Sunday 30th May - the launch of 'Cathedrals Cycle Route challenge'
Date: POSTPONED UNTIL 2022 (17-19th June)
NEW FOREST CYCLING WEEK (organised by Cycling UK)
Date: Friday 23rd July - Saturday 31st July 2021
The New Forest Cycling Week was founded in 1975 and for 35 years was based at the Forestry Commission Roundhill campsite near Brockenhurst. In 2010 the New Forest Cycling Week moved to the UK Youth Activity Centre at Avon Tyrrell Manor near Burley.
The Rally attracts approximately 200 attendees each year. It is an informal rally for cycle campers, free from pressure and over-organisation, yet offering activity for all those who wish to join in. It's a rally for cycling families, small groups and individuals whether new to camping or, indeed, more experienced and age is immaterial! There is plenty to see or explore in this unique area. The many minor roads and tracks make enjoyable and safe riding for families and younger riders and there is normally something taking place every day. Various on site activities take place during the evening. Other activities during the week include children’s time trial, swimming, Bar-B-Q and on Wednesday use of the Avon Tyrrell adventure facilities for children using their instructors.
Further details at http://newforestrallycc.org.uk/
Date: TBA (usually held over a Bank Holiday Weekend)
Venue: Beaumanor Hall
Date: August 2021 - CANCELLED
100th Commemoration and Celebration (originally scheduled for Sunday 16th May 2021)
Date: Sunday 5th September 2021
2021 will be the 100th Memorial and Celebration
Details to be arranged but usually there's a service at 11.00 am, followed by tea and cake at the Village Hall at 12.00 pm.