Dronve view of cyclists on the Three Sisters Race Track as it opened its doors for one day to be cycled on.

IN PICTURES: Cycle Three Sisters

The popular cycle event organised by Wigan Council and hosted by Be Well Wigan was once again a big hit among locals.

By Sian Jones
Thursday, 5th May 2022, 4:55 am
Updated Thursday, 5th May 2022, 9:15 am

Hundreds of cyclists big and small, old and young took to the track at the Three Sisters Race Circuit at Bryn, where people were encouraged to come along and cycle around the mile-long race track.

For those that didn’t have their own vehicle, the local authority provided bikes and helmets free of charge

As well as the event promoting family fun and fitness, people could receive free bike maintenance as well as looking what the various different stalls had to offer – where many youngsters received a free bike bell which they were ecstatic with!

The cycle day made its return in Autumn last year, after previously being cancelled due to the pandemic.

There was something for all ages and abilities, including a balance bike track perfect for little ones.

Be Well Wigan and the council are planning to host another cycle day on Tuesday August 16.

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