Officers from the Woodbridge & District Safer Neighbourhood Team are holding a cycling safety awareness event at Woodbridge skatepark at the back of the Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road from 12pm to 3pm on Saturday 17 January.
At the event you will be able to get your cycle security coded for free, and the officers will be on hand to give advice on cycling safety and security.
PCSO Graeme Hawkes, said:
“We want to make sure that cyclists stay safe and secure particularly over the dark winter months. We encourage cyclists to wear bright or high-visibility clothing so that they can be easily spotted by drivers, and also to use lights where appropriate.
“On the day we can security mark your cycle and chat about what measures you can take to secure your cycle and how you can stay safe – and not become a hazard to yourself, other road users and pedestrians around you.”
And in the drive to keep the county’s cyclists safe and secure, items such as cycle locks, security kits, led light sets, flashing cycle spoke lights and flashing high-visibility armbands will be on sale at the event at very competitive prices.