Early risers in the Beverley area are being encouraged by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to get an energy boost at East Riding Leisure Beverley by trying a Les Mills class – at 6.45am.
People in the Beverley area can get their bikes fixed for free this summer at a fun-filled event taking place as part of a new nationwide campaign called The Big Bike Revival.
Two local vets are taking on a gruelling cycling challenge that will see them cover 170 miles as they look to raise money for a pair of charities that are close to their hearts.
As avid cyclists region wide prepare for the Tour de Yorkshire, 25 men and women from Fitmums & Friends are taking their commitment to fitness to new lengths with a 232 mile bike ride from Hull to Oxford.
The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Robert Goodwill MP, who is responsible for cycling, has met with local residents and school children on Beverley Westwood
Beverley firm Local Transport Projects Ltd will be part of a team led by walking and cycling charity Sustrans to help deliver the first of Transport for London’s Quietways
Cyclists in East Yorkshire are now able to try out seven new leisure cycle routes all beginning from the historic town of Beverley.
Students from Beverley Grammar School got their chance to take part in the Faraday Challenge, an event organised by Institute of Engineering and Technology.
This summer is all about cycling, as the Tour de France returns to the UK for three stages, with the Grand Depart taking place on Saturday, 5 July in Leeds.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, joined over 300 cyclists for a tour around rural Holderness with the Williams Farm Kitchen Cycle Challenge last weekend.
Beverley Arts Trust are to hold a vintage, record and craft fair which will be held at Cottingham Civic Hall on Sunday 11th May 2014 10am to 4pm
As the nation gets in shape for the Sport Relief weekend, three bloggers from East Yorkshire and one that has been borrowed from Lancashire are making up a team to cover a regional section of a UK-wide relay in a bid to raise £20,000 for Sport Relief.
Let’s face it, we live in a small enough town where it is very easy to get about without using a car.
An East Riding primary school has won a top award for its efforts in promoting safe and sustainable travel to school.
After some good performances in the opening matches of the new season, the first home fixtures of saw the Beverley RUFC under 11s squad hosting Goole and Malton.
Drivers across the Humber region are being urged to look out for pedal cyclists as Safer Roads Humber expands its ‘Someone’s Son’ road safety campaign to include pedal power as well as motorcycling.