Sunday 9th September 2018 11:15am

Starting from - Meet at Abbot Hall Park approximately 11am

Toilets available on site, LA9 5AL

  • 3 miles
  • All bike types
  • 2 hr
  • Easygoing
  • South Lakeland
  • Children aged 8-15*, Children aged 11-15*, Adults 16+ only, Children aged 5-15*

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A guided performance ride around Kendal telling a tale about the impact of the introduction of bicycles on women & fashion. Performed by up local women alongside the cast, the show takes a wry look at pink, evolving cultural taboos, & cycling's promise of freedom for modern women. More info - If you'd like to participate, or know anyone who might be interested. The emphasis is on fun & you'll learn a bit about history & a few dance moves with your bike. Sign up is at this link, please pass it on -

A mix of road routes around Kendal, cycle paths & parks. There will be a short walk with bikes in one way & pedestrianised areas, & approximately half the ride will be traffic free

The performance will unfold at short, 5-10 minute stops along the route, including a picnic break in Fletcher Park, where Lakes Alive presents Halo, a playful light & sound installation.

The story will unfold in short stops along the route around the town, including a picnic break in Fletcher Park

This is a very easy route, designed with new riders in mind, with short hops around the town.

Who else is on this ride?

1 ride participant


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