Put the brakes on fracking
The ride, from Blackpool and Southport to Preston, was timed to coincide with the final weekend of a Government consultation on fracking.
Shale gas is a fossil fuel and extracting it could be even worse for the climate than coal.
Fracking was shown to be the likely cause of earth tremors near Blackpool last year, and in the US it has been linked to air pollution and contamination of drinking water.
Right across Lancashire people are saying no to shale gas - we should be developing clean British energy from our sun, wind and water, not relying on more dirty and dangerous fossil fuels.
Helen Rimmer, Friends of the Earth North West Campaigner
No to shale gas in Lancashire
Friends of the Earth, Ribble Estuary Against Fracking and Residents Action on Fylde Fracking are asking Lancashire County Council to refuse further planning permission for shale gas exploration sites.
Clean British Energy
With its Clean British Energy campaign, Friends of the Earth is calling on the Government to say no to fracking and instead develop renewable energy like wind, solar and tidal power.
Developing clean British energy and cutting energy waste will:
Boost our economy and create thousands of jobs.
Help tackle climate change.
Help to cut fuel bills in the long term.