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Devanshi Vyas used to cycle to work but stopped when she moved to Edinburgh, but a visit to the Big Bike Revival event in West Lothian has given her inspiration, guidance and confidence to get back into a cycling commute. We caught up with her to learn more about her story, the barriers she faces to cycling and her future plans.

 
 
Riaz Rashid was one of several beginners who took part in an off-road cycling weekend in Wales.

 
 
Bradford’s Community Bike Centre ‘Capital of Cycling’ really is a bike paradise. This summer as part of Cycling UK’s Big Bike Revival they’ve been fixing up and giving away dozens of bikes to asylum seekers in Bradford.

 
 
Bageshri Hasabnis hadn’t been on a bike since she was a child and has spent almost all her adult life off a bike. That all changed last autumn when the Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC) took part in Cycling UK’s first Big Bike Revival in Scotland.

 
 
Matt Kenny used his enjoyment of cycling to inspire others to ride and to help him break his spiralling drink addiction.

 
 
As part of our Women's Festival of Cycling, we're celebrating the efforts of female cyclist Lorraine Dixon, as she inspires women in Birmingham to get out and discover cycling.

 
 
The Big Bike Revival is a project working across Scotland that has partnered up with grassroots community groups to offer cycling activities and sessions, with a particular focus on new or returning cyclists. Sam is a returning rider with limited access to a bike but the Big Bike Revival activities have helped on her cycling journey:

 
 
Real impact with Reading Cycling Challenge - 30 Jun 2017 - Case Study
We caught up with Reading CTC to find out more about The Reading Cycle Challenge, which is all about getting people to try cycling.

 
 
Thanks to Bradford Bikery who took part in Cycling UK’s Big Bike Revival event, Rasmik Parmar was able to fix up his bike and discover long cycle rides.

 
 
We ride, so they can ride. We need your help for Team ‘We Ride So They Can Ride’ to reach their target and provide vital support to cyclists with disabilities across the country. Please donate today by TEXTING TCUK17 £5 to 70070.

 
 
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