Electric Sunday – Bristol 23 June 2013 
Held on Park Street, College Green, Millennium Square, and more 
electric sunday
electric bike race
Atmosphere Electric Bike World Championship 
Come and see just how electric bikes can storm the hill of Park Street, Britain’s Steepest Shopping Street 
Last year 15 companies battled it out and Oxygen Bikes took the title and the cup. 
This year we have more entrants and stiffer competition – who will claim the crown this time ? 
Open Class Electric Hill Climb 
This race is an open race for any electric bike to see who we have as the 
fastest climber on the infamous Park Street course. Click to enter 
Electric Bike Demonstrator Village 
Come and try an electric bike for yourself and find out what the buzz is all about. 
With Companies from UK and Europe providing a massive range of different 
bikes for you to try, 
this is the place to be if you are interested in this great new transport. 
Talk to the experts Brands so far are 
BH Easy Motion, 
Hero Eco, 
Juicy bikes, 
Riese & Muller 
We also have BMX displays, MTB shows and workshops, 
Bike related stands from holidays to practical items, fun bikes and the Solar Pavilion. 
Things for children 
Food stalls and much much more 
Park Street Playground: 
Help 1,000 children turn Park Street into a giant playground 
Electric Car Expo and test drive. 
Based in Millennium Square in the Centre of Bristol there will be a wide range of makes 
and models of cars, all powered by electricity. 
Come and see what is now on offer and how they are developing. 
Uncover the truth and have a go 
“Make Sunday Special” Launch Day 
Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, launching his new initiative to give car-free Sundays. 
Roads closed and open to Cyclists and Pedestrians around the Old City 
The launch event will consist of day of free family entertainment across the 
Centre with music , food and a wealth of entertainers. 
And all part of - Big Green Week 
The UK’s festival of eco ideas, art and entertainment is back in the centre of 
Bristol from 15th to 23rd June. 
Join more than 40,000 visitors who start early and stay late to enjoy 
two weekends of free family entertainment alongside 
nine days of inspiring talks, workshops, art, music, poetry,comedy and film 
Designed and created by it'seeze
Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings