King's Lynn and West Norfolk Bicycle Users Group
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This group was set up to campaign for better cycling facilities. We still campaign for space4cycling, RoadJustice and other things, but we prefer going on rides to sitting in council offices. With such easy access to the countryside can you blame us. It only takes 10 minutes to cycle from the town centre to the countryside. For the vertically challenged cyclist this is your place, we do have hills but they are not very big. There is a lot of flat open fenland about, add a few very minor humps and the Royal Estate at Sandringham is just a few miles up the road.

                                                                                                   Rides and Socials
Rides normally start at 10 am outside Lynnsport, on the Sandringham Cycle Path.
Rides vary from a few miles round town to longer trips of forty milesplus. Fear not, it is NOT a race. The pace is that of the slowest and stops are as frequent as necessary (or when thirsty!).

We normally have a social and campaigning meeting once a month from 7.30pm on the second Thursday of each month. This takes place at the Ouse Amateur Sailing Club bar in Ferry Lane, just off King Street, King's Lynn, near the Arts Centre. The bar is more popularly known as
The Ouse Booze

                                                                                                   Cycle Campaigning
BUG representatives are actively involved in promoting the interests of cyclists, and in lobbying for an improved cycling infrastructure.We have produced a list of areas where we would like to see improvements, and have drawn up "A Vision for the Future of Cycling in King's Lynn".
                                                                                                    Want to join?
To join us is very simple. Just meet us at Lynnsport on one of the rides listed in the Rides List on the side bar, or email Trev at: trevorriches@talktalk.net or Pete at: peteayton@gmail.com   Do not worry about costs, we keep them to a minimum, and should your cycling abilities be a bit lacking then likewise DO NOT let that put you off. There is no need to have an expensive tourer or racing bike, we have had in the past riders on road racing bikes along with commuter and shopper types.
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