Cycling UK continues to support the UK to cycle
This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19


As well as supporting people to get out on their bikes, attend an event or run their own activity, we aim to create lots of conversations about cycling, encouraging everyone to talk about their experiences and raise awareness of the benefits of cycling.

During Bike Week 2019 the #7daysofcycling was a great opportunity to get out and enjoy a cycling activity seven times to celebrate Bike Week.

Thousands of you pledged to take part in a cycling activity seven times in seven days. Find out more about each of the different days and what happened.

We’ll be bringing you details of 2020’s #7DaysofCycling very soon.

7 Days on social media

Thousands joined the conversation online using the tags #BikeWeekUK and #7DaysofCycling.

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Give #7DaysofCycling
a go

There are no rules on what counts as one of your seven - from riding to work, cycling to the shops, to giving your bike a spring clean to a pootle around a park with your mates - all you need to do is share a photo, video or story about your experience on Instagram or Twitter, using #7DaysofCycling.

Join in the conversation online and be part of the UK’s awareness-raising week for cycling.

Over seven days, we looked at different cycling experiences:
  • Sunday 9 June: Enjoying the social side of cycling
  • Monday 10 June: Cycling to school and engaging children in cycling
  • Tuesday 11 June: Benefits a bike can have on mental health
  • Wednesday 12 June: Businesses boosting their cycle-friendliness, in partnership with Cyclescheme
  • Thursday 13 June: Getting fit and healthy through cycling
  • Friday 14 June: Travelling from A-B by bike
  • Saturday 15 June: Favourite three-miles - best short routes by bike