Introducing our Cycle Hub!
With free lock-up facilities* and a range of cycling stalls and bike-themed activities to explore, what better way to arrive to Redfest Festival than by bike?
Avoid the parking nightmares and traffic hell, and roll on in to Redfest’s Cycle Hub on two wheels!
Make sure you don’t miss out, and come and check out our line-up:
Yoga for cyclists
Stretch out and recover from your cycle to the festival at one Rob’s (aka YogaDad’s) free 15-minute yoga for cyclist taster sessions (yes, we said free!)… the sessions will focus on the key themes from his popular 6-week beginner’s Yoga For Cyclists programme (stretch, stabilise, focus, strengthen, breathe and restore). Sessions will run from 11am-1.45pm… Some mats and equipment will be provided, although subject to numbers. Please bring your own mat if you have one, or practice on the grass.
Free bike tagging and checks
After taking time to zen out and safeguard your health, why not protect your bike too… with the free bike tagging service that is being provided by Avon and Somerset Police, a free bike check from John Wood’s Cycle Repair Centre and the Bristol Bike Project will be along with their spanners so bring your bike along for a bit of TLC from their ‘Dr Bikes’ who is offering a free simple repairs on your bikes.
And finally, full of good vibes from all this bike-themed fun, do your good dead for the day, and sign up to support FoodCycle support people who are hungry and lonely by serving tasty lunches and dinners in towns and cities across the country using surplus food… in Bristol, the volunteers take it one step further and champion sustainability even further, through jumping on their bikes to collect the supplies…
And there’s more!
And don’t forget to keep on cycling! If you need any more incentive to continue your biking pursuits, John Wood’s Cycle Repair will be displaying some rad bikes from some of the best brands on the market, and you can sign up to the free loan bikes or free cycle training with the TravelWest Roadshow Team.
*Redfest are providing bike lock-up facilities and a watchful eye, but bikes are left at the owner’s own risk and will need to be collected by the end of the festival (9pm)