Kidical Mass – our next ride is on 8th May 2023

Our next Kidical Mass ride in North Tyneside is on bank holiday Monday 8th May, starting at 2pm. As per our last rides, there are starts at both North Shields and Whitley Bay.


  • Please arrive at the starting points (see below) in good time for a 2 o’clock departure – the ride leaders will say a few words before we leave.
  • If you plan to join us en route, again make sure you arrive in good time to meet the group.
  • As it’s a bank holiday, weekend rules apply on Tyne & Wear Metro for bike carriage – so you can bring your bike on the Metro all day (excl. the underground sections). Full rules are on the Nexus website. Monkseaton and North Shields stations are just a 2 minute cycle from the respective starting point!
  • Ride marshals and experienced adults will help to support the ride, but children are always the responsibility of their own parents/carers.
  • Each ride will be between 2 and 3 miles; we’ll ride slowly in a group and make sure no rider gets left behind. We expect the rides to take about 45 minutes.
  • Dress for the weather and bring drinks and snacks to keep you going.
  • Bring a picnic for the end of the ride if you fancy it!
  • Don’t forget locks if you think you’ll need them at the end.
  • We won’t be leading riders back to the starting point – you’ll have to make your own way home.

North Shields start

Outside Kiki’s Kabin, North Shields, NE30 2RQ

Whitley Bay start

Monkseaton Churchill Playing Fields, outside the playground

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Kidical Mass North Tyneside poster with details of the next ride on bank holiday Monday 8th May at 2pm.  Starting points: North - Churchill Playing Fields in Monkseaton (what3words paints.wizard.paid)  South - North Shields - Albion Road outside of Kiki's Kabin (what3words  Meeting at the Play Park on the sea front at Beverley Terrace in Cullercoats - bring a picnic!  Both rides are a short 2-3 miles and are family friendly.  We'll have accredited ride leaders and competent adult cyclists to help marshal the rides, though please remember children are the responsibility of their parents.

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