Big Bike Revival Fund

Local volunteer led-groups, social enterprises, and other not-for-profit organisations can apply for grants of up to £3,500 to deliver cycling events to get people back on their bikes this summer.

The Big Bike Revival Programme will support organisations across England to deliver a summer programme of activity that will encourage people who do not currently cycle to consider either starting or returning to cycling, especially people experiencing social, economic and health deprivation, people from diverse backgrounds, and those facing multiple challenges.

The funding, which is made available by the Department for Transport, can be spent on anything that supports the delivery of events such as staffing costs, consumables and venue or location hire.

Deadline: 25 June 2024

Apply for the Big Bike Revival Fund here


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