World's Biggest Bike Ride
Coronavirus Covid-19 update
In 2020, Bike Week runs from Saturday 6 to Sunday 14 June. Due to the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, it will be a digital only campaign. All Bike Week events and group rides organised in conjunction with Cycling UK including the World's Biggest Bike Ride will be postponed and run at a later date in the year.
The World's Biggest Bike Ride was originally set for Saturday 13 June, as Cycling UK would still like to get Britain on their bikes - creating the Worlds Biggest Bike Ride in one day - Cycling UK will be rescheduling the date.
You can find more information on the coronavirus Covid-19 and what it means for group and event organisers on the Cycling UK website.
What is the World's Biggest Bike Ride?
Cycling UK is launching a new challenge for Bike Week called the World’s Biggest Bike Ride. The aim is to get as many people as possible cycling on one day.
We are encouraging everyone to embrace their bike, celebrate cycling and really enjoy a ride – no matter how far, fast or slow you go.
Whether it’s toddlers together on balance bikes, seasoned club cyclists on café rides, or mates on mountain bikes, the type, duration and distance of the rides don’t matter.
Join in the World's Biggest Bike Ride, Cycling UK’s brand new challenge for Bike Week 2020. Anyone can get involved, whether its with friends, kids, colleagues or a local club, its so simple to take part.
Bike Week encourages everyone to experience cycling in whichever way is suitable for them. A quarter of a million people are expected to join in events, and perhaps switch to cycling as the most convenient way to get around as they rethink their everyday journeys.
Bike Week is delivered each year by Cycling UK, in partnership in Scotland with Cycling Scotland.