HOME Park will play a key part in this weekend's Sky Ride, in partnership with Plymouth City Council.Last year 7,000 people took to their bikes to enjoy the sunny extravaganza on Plymouth Hoe and it is hoped that as many will join in again.
Sky Ride Plymouth is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy traffic free paths by bike with family and friends.
At 10am the two-mile circular off-road route will be opened by Plymouth Lord Mayor and local pro cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-Locke of Team Sky.
There’s more than just a bike ride to enjoy at Plymouth’s second Sky Ride. A whole host of free activities and entertainment will be on offer in beautiful Central Park, so don’t miss it.
If you fancy joining the ride, register for free by clicking here now.
The ride will start at the Clock Tower, Central Park before heading off past Home Park.
The route will then pass near the Plymouth Life Centre before heading through the park past the pitch and putt green and returning to the Clock Tower.
The route will be open from 10am to 4pm and you can join the route at any point and ride it as many times as you like, don’t forget to pick up your free Sky Ride bib and route map.
Click here to download a full route map.