EALING Cycling Campaign is planning a range of activities for all ages in this year’s Bike Week (June 14-22).

Residents can have their bikes checked for free at Dr Bike events at West Ealing Farmers’ Market on June 14 and at Hanwell Carnival on June 22.

A series of organised rides is also planned, including the popular Sunset Ride on June 18, leaving Ealing Town Hall at 7pm for a ride to a pub on Richmond Hill.

The week closes on Sunday, June 22, with a family-friendly ride and picnic that leaves Ealing Town Hall at 10am.

All the rides are ideal for beginners or people who want to gain some road skills.

Nick Manthorpe, borough coordinator for Ealing Cycling Campaign, said: “Bike Week provides the ideal opportunity to experience the joys of cycling. It doesn’t matter if you’re an experienced cyclist or a novice, there is an event for you .”

For more information, email info@ealingcycling.org.uk or visit www.ealingcycling.org.uk

Events calendar

Sat 14 Dr Bike and stall, West Ealing Farmers’ Market

From 9am-1pm at West Ealing Farmers’ Market, Leeland Road. You can pick up cycling maps and leaflets while getting your bike checked.

Sun 15 Family ride

Departs 10am Ealing Town Hall steps, returns 2pm.

Wed 18 Sunset ride

Gentle ride along the river to watch the sun go down from Richmond Hill. Meet outside Ealing Town Hall. Departs 7pm and arrives back at Ealing about 11pm. Remember to bring your bike lights for the ride back.

Sat 21 Dr Bike and stall, Hanwell Carnival

From 12-6pm, Hanwell Carnival, Elthorne Park, Boston Road, where Doctor Bike will be present to check over your bike. There will also be people on hand to give advice on all things cycling.

Sun 22 Family ride

Departs 10am Ealing Town Hall steps, returns 2pm.