Cycle to the Match initiative is back for Notts County game on Saturday
Reds are back on board with Crawley Borough Council to show cycling is fast, fun, free and keeps you fit.
The club and the council are laying on cycling facilities for the penultimate home match of the season, against Notts County on Saturday 18 April, as part of the Cycle Crawley campaign.
Fans cycling to the match can receive a free ticket to the game and take part in a stadium lap of honour before the match. They can also enjoy a free bike check, free cycle route maps and a free raffle.
As well as supervised bike parking during the game there will be a guided bike ride to the Checkatrade Stadium from Three Bridges Station for those who feel they need to build their confidence, are just not sure of the best route or just want to meet up with other fans for fun. The rides set off at 1.15pm and 1.45pm. Cyclists can just turn up to join the ride.
Cycle Crawley is a town-wide campaign to get residents, commuters and visitors on their bikes.
The campaign is led by the council, with support from Crawley Town FC, Crawley Cycle Forum, national cycling organisations and sports and health organisations.
Crawley has many miles of cycle routes which are suitable for people of all ages and many of which are off-road.
More information on cycling, including downloadable cycle maps, can be found by clicking here