The Fréd Festival has teamed up with FRAMEWERK to bring you ‘The Art of Cycling’, an exhibition of established and emerging Artists who create all things bicycle. There’ll be sounds from Gran Marco and refreshments provided. See you there.
The Fréd Festival brings hardcourt bike polo back to Belfast.
Bike polo has a long illustrious tradition – the first game was held in Wicklow in 1891 and it was a test event in the 1908 Olympics. Hardcourt bike polo is a faster moving version of traditional grass polo.
There are places for 4 teams of 3 players.
Equipment provided – bring your bike and helmet.
Hardcourt Bike Polo
Friday 16th June
Academy St. Car Park, opposite the art college.
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Meeting at Belfast Bicycle Workshop at 7.30pm and leaving @8.00pm for a tour of Belfast’s hidden public art.
Arriving back at Belfast Bicycle Workshop for 9.00pm (ish) for a BBQ and Bike Quiz
ROUTE: Around 10 miles at a artisanal pace.
Lights, helmets are recommended and follow the Highway Code please.
FRÉD NIGHT RIDE
Lights and helmets recommended
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The Fréd Awards are voted for by the cycling public in an open vote and are awarded to people who put an enormous amount of effort into campaigning and working to build a better cycle culture for everyone but go unrecognised.
The awards take the form of a unique head-tube badge that can be mounted on a bicycle.
The inaugural awards took place in 2013 and were presented by Belfast Lord Mayor, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir in the Linenhall Library, Belfast ...