Led Cycle Ride

Wednesday 14 February 2024, 2pm - 3pm

Meet at the Sportspark

For £2 you can be led by our Wonky Wheels lead riders on some safe and lovely local bike routes. Bring your own bike, use a Beryl, or we have some we can provide.

Want to improve your confidence cycling around Norwich? For £2 you can be led by our Wonky Wheels lead riders on some safe and lovely local bike routes. Bring your own bike and helmet or we have some we can provide to you if needed, see you there!

Cost: £2 per person, you need to pre-book by 12:00pm on the day.

Tickets: Please buy a £2 ticket, if you need to borrow one of our bikes and/or helmets then please add those specific tickets as well (free to hire)

What to bring: please bring your own bike if you have one, we have a limited number of bikes available.  Otherwise you do have the option of hiring a Beryl bike for the duration of the activity.  We strongly recommend you wearing a helmet, please can you bring one or redeem a ticket to hire one from us free of charge.

Location: Meet outside Sportspark entrance

Delivered by: The Wonky Wheels team, organised by UEA Sport

Please also see our bike maintenance session taking place on 21st Feb.


This fantastic opportunity is brought to you by UEA Sport.  See what else is on offer on our Active Campus programmes, and search on the website for more adventure afternoon opportunities!



We're committed to making sure all uea+sport events are as accessible as possible for all students. We do have some trikes/e-trikes available which we may be able to lend out for our activities, please email us to enquire.

This event requires physical activity so if any attendees with individual concerns about their accessibility are advised to contact uea+sport via for additional support. 

uea+sport privacy notice

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