The bike trail
Our zingy lime green bikes will be out and about town at the beginning of August, when you can just visit one, or visit them all. Don’t forget to snap a picture of yourself with one of our bikes, and tweet us, tag us on Facebook, tag us on Instagram or email us for your chance to win two VIP hospitality tickets at the event. For full details and terms and conditions click here.
Take part in our fun treasure trail
If you are looking for something to do that is fun, free and gets you and your kids out and about for an hour or so then why not try our fun treasure trail? Take a look at our pinpoint map (orange pins), print off our Green Bike Treasure Trail form here and go and seek out all the letters of our mystery phrase. Top tip: the last letter is at the Cheltenham Tourist Information Centre, then hand in your form there to collect a small prize.
Bike trail map
Use the symbol on the top left of the map to open the key.
You may have noticed the number of art bikes located around the town of Cheltenham to help celebrate the festival. We would really like to thank all of the supporters as this project wouldn't have been completed without their support.
All bikes were kindly supplied by Reclaim Cheltenham with a huge thanks to Williams Cycles and George Bence and Sons for their help and support with the repairs.
The bikes on show around the town include:
- Shammy by kid crayon – Boots Corner
- Blue Steel by SP zero – Waterstones
- Bombay Bicycle by Beth Forrester - The Entertainer
- Gift Wrapped by Stephen Belinfante is on the High Street between Thomas Cook and French Connection
- Recycle Cycle by Amy Freeman - Pittville Park, tunnel underpass
- Racing Green by Jaynie Tricker - Promenade long gardens
- Life Cycle by Susan Early – Neals Yard
- Golden Age of (Re) Cycling by Andy ‘Dice’ Davies and Troy Pulley - Imperial Gardens
- The Winning Bike by Glynn Griffiths and David Baldwin on Montpellier roundabout
- Ride'em Cow Girl by Laure Filho - Grid Iron on Imperial Square