Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Dr Bike on the road

The Cycle Hub based at Grimsby Town train station is going on tour, with Doctor Bike sessions planned across North East Lincolnshire.

Running from now until November, cyclists can just turn up to the sessions with their bikes to have a free service and minor faults repaired, while they wait.

Local route maps and general cycle information will also be available at the sessions, which are being funded through the council and its partner Engie’s successful bid for money from the government’s Sustainable Travel Transition Year Fund.

Cycle Hub managing director, Janine Walker, said: “The aim is to encourage more people to get their bikes back on the road, so local people can discover how much fun they can have on two wheels.”

The events are planned for the following dates and locations:

Grant Thorold Park, Grimsby, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

  • August 23
  • September 13
  • October 4
  • October 25

Duke of York Gardens, Grimsby, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

  • August 25
  • September 15
  • October 6
  • October 27

Side Door, Laceby Road, Grimsby, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

  • August 30
  • September 20
  • October 11
  • November 1

Sidney Park, Cleethorpes, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

  • September 1
  • September 22
  • October 13
  • November 3

Oasis Academy, Immingham, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

  • September 6
  • September 27
  • October 18
  • November 8

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