The 2017 Corridor Manchester’s Annual Cycle Event (ACE) is being hosted by the University of Manchester and will take place at University Place on Thursday 15 June, 8am-3pm.
The well-established event is now in its 11th year and will play host to a variety of stalls, activities, competitions, entertainment, demonstrations, workshops and retailers all aiming to support current cyclists and encourage people to take up cycling to improve well-being and reduce carbon emissions. Join us to find out more about the Oxford Road transformation, there will be bike sales and competitions, a plant sale and musical performance from Corridor Partner RNCM’s students.
The event has been organised to coincide with National Clean Air Day, something very relatable to cycling. There will be plenty of information available on the day surrounding National Clean Air Day and the event is a part of TfGM’s wider National Clean Air Day activities across Manchester.
So whether you’re already a keen cyclist or you’re a complete novice looking to get started, pop down and get involved in our fun packed day. It’s open to all members of staff from the University and Corridor Group partners. For more information and to register your free place visit ACE 2017.
Don’t have a bicycle? The University’s Cycle2Work scheme returns on the 5th June until 16th July for more information about the scheme and its benefits visit here.
Corridor Manchester is an Innovation District, south of Manchester city centre, running the length of Oxford Road from St Peter’s Square to Whitworth Park, and West from Higher Cambridge Street to Upper Brook street in the East. Partnership include University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester Science Park & Central Manchester University Hospitals.