Hardie Park and its cafe welcome cyclists to enjoy the park and use the cafe facilities. The cafe is open 7 days a week from 9am to 4pm and can provide a well earned break to those travelling on two wheels. A range of Italian coffees, Rossi’s ice-creams, cakes and cooked breakfast awaits. We can offer you toilets on site and a cosy cafe setting for refreshments or choose a view of the park if the weather is good on the decking. Blankets are available if you need some warmth outside.

Make it a place to rest your legs, fill your water bottles and pump your tyres!

Earlier in the year we successfully applied for a grant from South Essex Active Travel to set up a bike recycling and cycling engagement project at Hardie Park. The funding allows us to recycle donated bikes and make affordable bikes for the local community. We have hired an apprentice, a local young person who has competed his industry-standard Cytech Level 2 Bike Maintenance qualification. We can offer free training to local people who want to learn how to repair and maintain their own bikes, basically anything and everything to get local people cycling! (look out for any scheduled workshops on our Facebook page @hardiecyclehub)

Exciting times at the park, if you pop along you can see the project up and running. Our beautiful wooden clad containers house the workshop. If you are interested in all things bike related and have some spare time we would love to have volunteers on board. – Express interest on our webform
Thurrock Cycling Campaign have previously arranged an SS17 Vintage Tweed Bike Ride in the Autumn of 2019. A great community day which gave an old fashioned twist to riding a bike. Artisan stalls complimented the theme and some of those involved played visitors some tunes on their ukekeles. Hardie Park provides a great setting for a bike related event, if you are looking for a venue please get in touch. You can keep up to date with Thurrock Cycling Campaign news, local rides and events on facebook
Key workers were encouraged over the summer period to bring their bikes into the hub for a FREE Key worker Service as part of The Big Bike Revival funded by Cycling UK.