Lindsay Hurrell@re-cycle.org

Deacon peddles the extra mile from coast to coast to help change lives.

Deacon Richardson, 27 from Colchester, who works as a social worker in Fostering and Adoption is taking on the gruelling challenge of riding over 450 miles from Lands’ End in Cornwall to Ness Point Lowestoft in Suffolk. This is a massive challenge where he will be travelling solo and unsupported. This means that he will …

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Re-Cycle presents Dr Bike – Thursday 6th May

  Thursday 6th May 2021 from 10am – 2.30pm Fitness4Less Gym, Wyncolls Road, Colchester, Essex, CO4 9AS   Free health checks on your bike to keep you cycling safely. On Thursday the 6th May sees the first of our pop up Dr Bike events as part of Cycling UK’s,The Big Bike Revival. Re-Cycle are running …

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Re-Cycle Don’t Just Send Bikes But Spare Parts Also

The workshop that Re-Cycle helped to set up in The Gambia helps many African families who may travel along way to get their bikes repaired or to buy replacement parts. Re-Cycle don’t just send bikes to Africa, but they also send spare parts and tools so that bikes can be repaired and become a sustainable …

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30 Bikes Donated To Students For The Cycle to School Project In The Gambia

Another consignment of 30 bikes has been loaded on the WYCE van ready for presentation to students traveling the furthest distance to Kanlaji and Karantaba schools. The presentation will be held at Kanlaji Upper and Senior Secondary school. This time road safety training sessions will be conducted and crash helmets will be given to each …

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It’s amazing how useful one single bike can be in rural Africa

You may not know how one single bike can impact someones live in The Gambia. Our partner WYCE Gambia donated one our the bikes we sent them to Tarud Pre-school in Gunjar.  The bike is being used to transport sick students to the nearest clinic for medical treatment. The distance between the school and the …

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