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Thousands Of Cyclists To Take Part In Wrocław’s ‘Great Peleton’

Sunday's event forms the centrepiece of Wrocław Cycle Fest


              


Thousands of cyclists will take to Wrocław's streets on Sunday for the 10th edition of Wrocław Cycle Fest

The biggest non-sporting bike event in the region, Wrocław Cycle Fest aims to promote cycling as a great mode of transport. 

The centerpiece of the bike-themed day is the 'Great Peleton', which takes place at 12:00pm at pl.Nowy Targ. In recent years anything between 2,000-4,000 people have peddled through the streets on their bikes to take part in the peleton. 

The 8km peleton route sees cyclists navigating the city centre before finishing up in Nadodrze's Park Stanisława Tołpy, where a great picnic is planned:

The Bike Picnic is a nice way to spend Sunday afternoon together. Like every year, we'll have give-away contests, a free Dr Bike workshop, competitions for adults and kids, delicious food and numerous bike stalls. Wroclaw Cycle Fest unifies cycling communities – mountain bikers, urban bikers, BMX bikers, recumbent bikers and handbikers.

Organisers of Wrocław Cyclist's Day

Drivers should be aware that some streets will be temporarily closed during the peleton. The full route is as follows:

Nowy Targ – Świętej Katarzyny – Błogosławionego Czesława – Oławska – Kazimierza Wielkiego- Białoskórnicza – Świętego Mikołaja – plac Jana Pawła II – Legnicka – (zawracamy) plac Strzegomski – Legnicka – plac Jana Pawła II – Ruska – Kazimierza Wielkiego – Oławska – Generała Romualda Traugutta – plac Powstańców Warszawy – plac Społeczny – plac Grunwaldzki – rondo Ronalda Reagana (zawracamy) – plac Grunwaldzki – plac Powstańców Warszawy – most Pokoju- Wyszyńskiego- Prusa- Park Stanisława Tołpy.

For more info, visit the Wrocław Cycle Fest website

Gregor Gowans

The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.

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