Message from Mark Young, formally of Overspoke Bikes……
The 36er was a firm favourite at all the Bewdley Bike Week events.
I’m deeply disappointed to report that our container was broken into this morning, and the 36er bike was stolen. This bike is incredibly distinctive, believed to be the only one in the country.
What’s probably most galling is that it was principally used for publicity and charity events, raising £1000’s for organisations such as the QE Hospital, and it has made a lot of people smile (including an annual appearance at Bewdley Bike Week).
Please, keep your eyes open and report to me if you hear anything about it. Post is public so please share away – there is some thought that it is still in the Kidderminster area. I’ll be happy just to have it back if someone wants to return it anonymously and I’ll overlook the damage to my toolbox.
Thanks to the generous help out Tuesdays and Wednesday programme for younger riders could earn them their Bikeability badges!
Wyre Forest District Council has generously offered the Bewdley Leisure Centre great off-road area for younger riders looking to learn to ride.
Worcester County Council has generously offered to support these sessions with staff and accreditation allowing us to run Bikeability Level 1 on Tuesday 26th May and Bikeability Level 2 on Wednesday 27th May.
So if you missed it in school or didn’t get a chance or just want to rider safer on the roads get along ……
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