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Published 22nd Jun 2011

Teessaurus Park by Glen Birkbeck

Places are still available for an organised bike ride along the River Tees this Sunday, held as part of Bike Week 2011.

The easy, slow paced ride is aimed at families with young children and starts from the Transporter Bridge and includes a free picnic at Teesaurus Park.

Starting point is at the Transporter Bridge car park at 10.30am returning approximately 1pm. The ride is organised by Middlesbrough Council and Middlesbrough Cycle Centre.

Booking is essential. Call 01642 728196 or email: cycling@middlesbrough.gov.uk by lunchtime on Friday.

Also as part of Bike Week free breakfasts for cyclists are being offered at Middlesbrough Cycle Centre, in the bus station, from 8am to 11am every morning up to Saturday, June 25.

The Centre offers free indoor secure cycle parking along with shower and locker facilities and route and maintenance advice.

Useful links

Middlesbrough Cycle Centre

Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit

Middlesbrough Sky Ride

Photo credit: Teessaurus Park by Glen Birkbeck





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