A founding member of community cycling group the Farcycles, Lyn was instrumental in providing Faringdon with its own Cycle Park, complete with miniature road network and MUGA (multi-use games area). The group was supporting local schools in providing balanceability and bikeability training but it was Lyn who recognised this effort could be more effective with a safe space where beginners could learn and build confidence away from traffic. So was born the vision of the cycle park which Lyn spearheaded and fund-raised and cajoled funds and grants from numerous local, national and European partners. The cycle park finally opened in July 2019 and is now considered to be an important part of the community's efforts to improve lifestyle and wellbeing.