Monthly Cycle Event
On the first Wednesday of the month, the Corridor partners (members of the Corridor Manchester Strategic Transport Group; UoM, MMU, RNCM, MSP and Central Manchester University Hospitals) host a breakfast event aimed at rewarding current cyclists and actively encouraging newcomers. All staff cyclists are welcome, whether they cycled in alone or with one of our 70+ volunteer buddies who are on hand to support new cyclists in their area. The event involves a free breakfast at a location on the Oxford Road Corridor, as well as updates on the latest news and a chance to meet fellow cyclists.
To find out more, see the Corridor Travel website.
Annual Cycle Event 15 June 2016: check out the photos from the Corridor Manchester ACE 2016 held at MMU Business School.
Give Your Car a Rest Day 19 June 2015: drivers were encouraged to leave their cars at home and give cycling, running or public transport a go!
Annual Cycle Event 17 June 2015: check out the photos from the Corridor Manchester ACE 2015 held at the Whitworth Art Gallery.
Annual Cycle Event 18 June 2014: check out the photos from the Corridor Manchester ACE 2014 held at the University of Manchester.
UMBUG 1000 3 April 2014: UMBUG celebrated reaching 1000 members with an event at University Place. Watch the video here.
Annual Cycle Event 20 June 2013: check out the photos from the Corridor Manchester ACE 2013 held at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Annual Cycle Event 20 June 2012: check out the photos from the Corridor Manchester ACE 2012 held at the University of Manchester.
Bike Bash 15 March 2012: check out the photos from Bike Bash, organised by SPORT Manchester as part of Wellbeing Week 2012.
Manchester Cycle Forum
The Manchester Cycle Forum is a voice for everyone interested in cycling. They meet quarterly to discuss cycling-related issues and promote opportunities for cycling in Manchester. Meet council staff, councillors and other interested parties to exchange views and ideas that can help make cycling safer. New and novice cyclists who want a greater understanding of cycle projects are welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list and receive the time and venue details. The dates for 2017 are:
- Tuesday 14 March 2017
- Tuesday 27 June 2017
- Tuesday 19 September 2017
- Tuesday 12 December 2017