A cycling club is a society for cyclists. It can be local or national, general or specialised, members of specialist or national groups often belong to local clubs. The Cyclists' Touring Club, CTC) in the United Kingdom is a national association; the Tricycle Association, Tandem Club and the Veterans Time Trial Association, for those over 40, are specialist clubs.
Cycling clubs have been around just about as long as the bike itself and are a great way to get the most out of your cycling. There are over 1500 cycling clubs affiliated to British Cycling and each club has a different focus. Some clubs are geared towards off road, BMX or cycle speedway, whereas others specialize in road riding. There are Go-Ride clubs setup to develop young riders, clubs who cater for families and leisure riders, right through to clubs who focus on racing. Racing clubs organise competitions for members and others, including track cycling, cyclo-cross, road bicycle racing and time trials). Most competitive cyclists belong to a club affiliated to one of the national racing associations, such as British Cycling and Cycling Time Trials in the UK, and there riders often race in their club's colours. Most cycling clubs will also organise weekly club rides (traditionally on Sunday mornings), regular meetings and social events. Cycling clubs are a great way to meet other likeminded people who have the same interests as you.
Local Cycling Clubs
Ashurst Bike Club
Welcome to the Ashurst Bike Riders Club. We are a non-profit organization run by a committed group of volunteers. Our aim is to create a friendly and welcoming social network for cycling and running in the Merseyside area. Our catchment areas include St Helens, Warrington, Liverpool, Wigan and Chorley.
Bella In Sella
Birkenhead North End Cycle Club
Blackpool BMX Club
Chorley Cycling Club
Cleveleys Road Club
Inspire Cycling Team
Lancon Cycling Club
Liverpool Century Road Club
Liverpool Mercury (Dolan)
Liverpool Phoenix Cycle Club Aintree
New Brighton Cycle Club
Port Sunlight Wheelers
Red Rose Olympic Cycle Club
Ribble Valley Cycling
Ribble Valley Cycling and Racing Club are based in the Preston and South Ribble area. We have over 140 members and take part in most branches of cycling - road racing, time trials, sportives, audax rides, mountain biking, touring and most of all, just riding our bikes for fun. Sunday rides start from Preston College on St Vincents Road, Preston, at 9 am (10 am in December, January and February). There are normally 3 different groups, catering for a range of speeds, distance and ability. Our social meetings take place on Monday evenings from 8 pm at the Catholic Social Club on Brownedge Road, Bamber Bridge. Anyone who is thinking about joining the club is welcome to come on any of our rides or attend a social meeting to find out more about what we do.
This is the UK's only “fully inclusive” downhill mountain biking club. The club was launched in order to give people with different disabilities, including wheelchair users, and able-bodied riders, the opportunity to enjoy a new four-wheeled downhill mountain biking experience, promoting it as an integrated sport nationwide. We use specially designed full suspension “gravity bikes” in order to ride down a range of different downhill MTB trails across the country. By raising awareness of these bikes, we hope to increase interest in the sport, creating a more vibrant and inclusive biking scene here in the UK.
Southport Cycle Club
St Helens Cycling Racing Club
Website: www.sthelenscrc.co.uk Contact: email@example.com
We are a friendly and welcoming club that is growing all the time and always on the lookout for new members are more than welcome. If you are interested in joining us just get in touch. We will get back to you ASAP.
Is a women's racing team, founded in 2013 with the aim at supporting women who are new to bike racing and have the potential to progress in the sport. The teams aim is to build complete bike racers, focusing not just on developing the physical aspects of bike racing, but on developing team work, giving the riders a complete understanding of tactics and nutrition. Rides are encouraged to step up to the roll of team leader for races, learning how to lead a team, but also taking turns to support their team mates. Their aim is to develop as bike racers, support our team mates, enjoy ourselves and ride with a smile on our faces.
Tri Team Wigan