The Great British Bike Off is an alternative, customised bike festival that will be held on Sunday the 9th April, 1-5pm in Oxford City Centre.
It is a celebration of creativity, culture and of course... cycling! It will offer individuals and groups the opportunity to: restore abandoned unrideable bikes, customise their own bicycles and enter them in a competition, show off existing products or previously customised bicycles and join hundreds of other special bikes on a city-centre ride/ parade.
The Bike Off hopes to create a fun, engaging event for families and people from all backgrounds - and to be a real spectacle of the weird and wonderful! The event will aim to strengthen community cohesion in Oxfordshire with outreach projects and by bringing different groups together from all over the county; encourage more people to cycle, address health inequalities and promote safer cycling.
Proceeds from the event will go to Oxfordshire Youth who actively work with at risk and disadvantaged young people, promoting positive life choices.
Find out more: http://greatbritishbikeoff.org/