Meriden

National Cyclists' War Memorial at Meriden
Around 200 people attended the 95th Cyclists’ Memorial Service last Sunday on Meriden Green – site of the National Cyclists’ Memorial.

 
 
Coxwold 90th Cyclists' Memorial Service
The ‘Biking Bishop’ appropriately gave the address at the 90th annual Cyclists’ Service of Remembrance in the North Yorkshire village of Coxwold on Sunday (8 May).

 
 
Cyclist Battalion from WW1
The Cyclists' War Memorial in Meriden was erected after the First World War and ever since then, CTC members have met every year to remember cyclists who have died as a result of war. This week, the BBC has broadcast a feature about the memorial as part of the World War One at Home series.

 
 
May 1921 cyclists gather to unveil the War Memorial at Meriden
We will remember them... - 8 Nov 2013 - News
Not only on Remembrance Sunday but also in May 2014, CTC will remember the thousands of cyclists who gave their lives in WW1 and in conflicts since.

 
 
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