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Group rides

Cycling in a group, with friends, family or like-minded people is a fantastic way to enjoy the outdoors, get active and explore our beautiful city or get out into the countryside.
     We have a number of weekly group cycling activities that are available for anyone to join and we will also have monthly longer rides for those who want to get out for the day. We have something to suit all ages and abilities. These activities are led and supported by experienced, trained cycle leaders.

Ladies Cycling Group - Every Monday evening from 5.45pm - suitable for Ladies of all ages and abilities. Take a look at our Ladies Cycling Group page for more information. 

Easy Adult Cycling - Every Wednesday morning from 10am, come and try session, a safe way to get back on your bike or borrow one of ours. from 10am, a gentle, accompanied ride.

Adults Cycling Group - Every Thursday evening from 6.30pm - suitable for all adults and young people age 14+. Our adults cycling group is suitable for confident, competent cyclists who enjoy cycling in a group. Rides will be 15+ miles and may be on cycle paths and/or road.

Family Rides - Occasional Saturday and Sundays - keep an eye on the events listing for further details.

For all of our rides, we have bikes and helmets available to use. We also have baby seats if you want to get out with your little one. If you need your own bike checked, please come 15 minutes prior to the start of the ride to give us a chance to check it over.

     In addition to our weekly activity, we can organise specific rides for your community organisation, school or group. We can plan a suitable route, depending on the ages, abilities and health of your participants, and ensure that you have enough trained cycle ride leaders to accompany your group safely. If you would like to enquire about a group ride, please contact us with your specific requirements.

If you have any queries about any of the activity, don’t hesitate to send us a message.