Victory Park Bike Track

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Victory Park Bike Track

Victory Park Bike Track

Cainscross Town Council By Cainscross Town Council

Cainscross Town Council are working together with a keen local resident to develop our bike track into a free to use, versatile and fun track for users of all abilities.

Cashes Green Fundraising stage

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Pledges will only be charged if the project hits its funding goal of £24,294 by 30 Sep 2021

The project that we are seeking funding for is a free to use, community bike track situated within Victory Park, in the parish of Cainscross. TRACK FEATURES: Start Ramp Step Up Double Berm Triple Table Top Loose Stone Finish The bike track has been designed to accommodate riders of all age groups and abilities - from helping people to learn to ride a bike, to becoming more confident and learning new and exciting skills.

What we'll deliver:

  • Construction of the new bespoke bike track to accommodate all abilities

Why it's a great idea:

Victory Park offers the largest green space within the parish of Cainscross. The free to use community bike track will benefit both young children and their parents as well as older children, teenagers, and more experienced riders. The approved plans will transform the existing bike track into a circuit of rollers, banked turns and features that have been carefully designed to be accessible to bike riders of all abilities. The benefits of the bike track extend far beyond the project, cycling is has the ability to be part of day to day life, improving health and fitness, tackling inactivity and promoting positive mental health as well as delivering environmental and social improvements to whole communities.

Steps to get it done:

  • Work with the contractor to start the build as soon as the funding target has been reached
  • Build a partnership with Access Bike to improve accessibility for low income residents
  • Cainscross Town council will fund annual maintenance works

With many families incomes effected by the pandemic and young people’s wellbeing disproportionally affected, we feel this is now more important than ever to provide the community with sustainable, fun activities. In order to ensure that as many local people as possible can make use of the bike track, we are talking with Access Bike to guarantee that low income families wont be left out.

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Location Cashes Green

About the space

Victory Park

Council

Stroud District Council

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How will the money be spent?Total £24,294

Bike track build - £22,174 (91%)
Other - £2,120 (9%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. These costs have been confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified.

91%
Bike track build
£22,174
9%
Other Read More
£2,120
  • Spacehive fees
    £1,109
  • Transaction Fees
    £790
  • VAT
    £222

Total £24,294

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