A first for the Dales!

Yorkshire Dales celebrates first Bike Library opening

Children in the Yorkshire Dales can now borrow and ride bikes for free following the opening of the first Yorkshire Bank Bike Library inside the boundary of the National Park.

Yorkshire Dales has its very first Bike Library

Kirkstall Forge celebrates bike recycling for children

As part of the Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries initiative, Kirkstall Forge has been open as a Donation Station all week, collecting bikes donated by local residents so they can be restored for children to borrow for free.

Kirkstall Forge celebrates bike recycling for children

Deignan Confirms Yorkshire Homecoming!

Home favourite Lizzie Deignan visited the Leeds Urban Bike Park Bike Library today and has confirmed she will ride the 2019 Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race.

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World Class Cyclists back Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries as new website launched

Connor Swift and Harry Tanfield have been announced as the latest ambassadors to join Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries, a project which aims to make cycling more accessible for children across all four corners of the county.

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Wheel-y great day!

Bradford school celebrates Yorkshire Bank Bike Library opening

A celebration of cycling has been held at Fagley Primary School in Bradford to mark the official opening of its Yorkshire Bank Bike Library.

Wheel-y great day as Bradford school celebrates Yorkshire Bank Bike Library opening

Our aim is simple.

We want to help as many people as possible enjoy where they live by giving them free access to a bike anywhere in the county.

We currently have over 60 Bike Libraries and 60 Donation Stations across Yorkshire*, with your help we can keep this number growing.

*Many of our Bike Libraries also double as Donation Stations, but we've listed the standalone Donation Stations in blue to avoid confusion.

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