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Cycle Evesham Vale (CEV) was founded in January 2015 by a group of local cyclists, who all share the same passions: to encourage more people to cycle and make the Vale of Evesham the best location it can be for cycling. It’s a beautiful location and a stepping stone in to the Cotswolds, the Malvern Hills or even across to Stratford-on-Avon via the Greenway. Led by volunteers with great local knowledge we can help you wherever you are on YOUR cycling journey – offering training, free monthly social rides, Cyclefest – an annual sportive and mountain bike event, and of course the location of all the best coffee stops!

We Walk, We Cycle, We Vote

As an organisation we recognise the importance and benefits of encouraging active travel. That’s why we agreed to support Worcestershire Active Travel Partnership’s  ‘We Walk, We Cycle, We Vote’ campaign. They’re trying to make sure that the next County Council with its transport, public health and environmental responsibilities gives a higher priority to encouraging and making it easier and safer to walk and cycle rather than drive for more of our shorter journeys. The next County Council elections take place on 6 May. Candidates standing in your area have been polled and those who have responded to express their support for active travel can be found on the Worcestershire Active Travel website Perhaps something to consider when deciding who to vote for.

COVID-19 UPDATE

We are pleased to announce that we will be resuming our ride program next month with the return of the Social(ly Distant) ride. Having reviewed the latest guidelines from both Cycling UK and British Cycling, we are positive we can offer a safe return to group riding – please refer to our updated ride participant guidelines. We will be starting off slowly with shorter rides, that at this time won’t include a coffee stop, and a maximum six participants.  We will try to add subsequent rides where possible and ride as separate groups of six, riding 10-15 mins apart.
We are absolutely committed to bringing back all of our group ride programs, including Breeze and Easy Riders, just as soon as it is safe for us to do so, please do keep checking back on our Facebook page for the latest updates. Please see the links below for the latest advice from Cycling UK and British Cycling. #StaySafe  #KeepPedalling Cycling UK Coronavirus Q&A British Cycling Coronavirus FAQ


5 days ago

Cycle Evesham Vale
Please pop down to Evesham pump track (charity brook park) off Davies road this Sunday 16th Jan to have your bike marked for free. Officers from Eveshams safer neighbour team will be there from 10.30. Your bike will be marked with smart water which is invisible to the naked eye. ...
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6 days ago

Cycle Evesham Vale
Come along to the next event......Happy New Year! We hope 2022 has many happy days of pedalling for you.Evesham Critical Mass returns for our first event of the year on February 5th. We will be meeting in the Market Square at 10:15am for a gentle ride around the town so please spread the word to anyone with a bike who may be interested. We'll look forward to seeing you there! ...
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2 weeks ago

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4 weeks ago

Cycle Evesham Vale
Timeline PhotosOfficers are asking motorists in Worcestershire to drive with caution after manhole covers were reported stolen in the region. A quantity of covers have been reported stolen in the Wychbold area over the past fortnight and covers have also been reported stolen from Elmley Castle towards Hinton on the Green. Officers are working closely with National Highways and Worcestershire County Council to ensure the county’s roads remain safe and to investigate the thefts. Anyone with any information that could be linked to the thefts of manhole covers is asked to visit orlo.uk/wh544The County Council are working hard to replace any missing covers with temporary plastic covers or putting safety barriers in place to ensure our roads remain safe, however caution when travelling is advised. They would urge anyone who spots a missing drain cover to report it immediately to Highways on 01905 845676 or their website orlo.uk/w3k1NIf you see any suspicious behaviour or suspicious vehicles, or information regarding the thefts, please contact the Police via 101. Always dial 999 in an emergency.The Council and Police would particularly like to hear from anyone who has footage from their CCTV or video doorbells that may be of use in helping catch the thieves. ...
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