Environmental charity Stroud Valleys Project has teamed up with the Gloucestershire Bike Project to help collect unused and unwanted bikes on the day of its fundraising bike ride on June 23.

SVP_SummerBikeRide_colour“It seemed the perfect opportunity to help out another charity while fundraising for ours at the same time,” said Julie Wickham, SVP marketing and fundraising officer. “This is the third year of our family bike rides and we were approached by the bike project to see if we could help collect unwanted bikes as they are short of stock to restore and makeover,” explained Julie.



Gloucestershire Bike Project is a not-for-profit social enterprise, restoring old bikes to give them a new lease of life. It also encourages safe cycling by helping local people to learn bike repair and maintenance skills.

“So if you have a bike you no longer need and would like to see it put to good use, you can bring your old bike along to Stratford Park on the June 23 or pledge a bike donation and they will collect it from you later, at your convenience, “ said Julie.

Stroud Valleys Project sponsored bike ride has a choice of 10, 20, 36 mile routes for all abilities plus two 70 mile routes for experienced cyclists, one goes to Wales and the other up into the Cotswolds. It starts and finishes at Stratford Park where, after the ride, there will be an opportunity to picnic and listen to bike powered music and other entertainments provided by Museum in the Park and Transition Stroud.

Anyone wanting to join the bike ride can call in at Stroud Valleys Project eco shop or find more information here : SVP Bike Ride

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

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Tel: 01453 753358

Email: info@stroudvalleysproject.org

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