A FREE cycle surgery is being offered at Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Salisbury by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and URGE cycles.
The purpose is not to just improve the condition of bicycles and give advice but also to relay information about the trust’s Neolithic Bike Trail, which is being organised as part of the Sarsen Trail on Sunday, May 4.
Derek Gard, the trust’s Neolithic Bike Trail coordinator, said: “Even if your bike is in top shape, it’s always important to get expert maintenance advice – particularly if you plan to be riding any long distances over varying terrain, such as our Neolithic Bike Trail which traverses various terrains.”
The cycle clinic will be held in the car park behind Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Hulse Road, Salisbury on Sunday from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
Mr Gard added: “This is a great opportunity to promote the Neolithic Bike Trail, which starts and ends at Stonehenge. The help that URGE Cycles is giving us is really appreciated and they will also be at the start of the Neolithic Bike Trail to help any of our hundreds of participants with their bicycle needs.”
Find out more about the Sarsen Trail, Neolithic Marathon and Neolithic Bike Trail at wiltshirewildlife.org/sarsen-trail.