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Electric Bike World Championship

Bristol 23 June 2013

Come and see just how electric bikes can storm the hill of Park Street - Britain’s Steepest Shopping Street

Open Class Electric Hill Climb 

This race is an open race for any electric bike  - who will be the fastest climber on the infamous Park Street course?

Electric Bike Demonstrator Village 

Come and try an electric bike for yourself and find out what the buzz is all about. 

With Companies from UK and Europe providing a massive range of different bikes for you to try, this is the place to be if you are interested in this great new transport. 

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Electric Suday is part of Bristol Big Green Week . Big Green Week is a UK festival of eco ideas, art and entertainment and is back in the centre of Bristol from 15th to 23rd June 2013. Join more than 40,000 visitors who start early and stay late to enjoy two weekends of free family entertainment alongside nine days of inspiring talks, workshops, art, music, poetry,comedy and film.

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Nature Engagement & Cycling
In week three of e-biking to work, a chance encounter with a fox leaves Susan Clark asking why we don't do more to stop habitat loss and protect our wildlife
The rise and rise of e-bikes
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Electric Bikes - A New Generation
With the World Electric Bike Championship looming at the end of the month, Ecologist Managing Editor Susan Clark is spending June getting to grips with two wheels, plus the bonus of a handy throttle for those long Devon hills. It's been some time since she got on any kind of bike - here's how she is getting on ....


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