Go Ride Club

Guided / Breeze / Social and Go-Ride programme suspended until 30th June.

British Cycling announced on 23rd March that, on the advice of the government, all British Cycling sanctioned group cycling activities have been suspended until 30th June. In-line with this, and to do all that we can to halt the spread of the virus, we have suspended our Guided, Breeze, Social and Go-Ride programmes until this time. We’re currently also reviewing our training offer and we will be in touch over the coming days about any impacts to the Easter courses.

Our Cycle Hubs are currently open for retail and workshop services so it’s a great opportunity to check your bike in and have it in great working order, so you can hit the roads and trails to get some fresh air and clear your head. You’ll also be supporting a small business through this difficult time, too. 

We appreciate that this news may be disappointing for some however this is a necessary measure in what are undoubtedly unprecedented times. Stay safe, stay healthy and we look forward to seeing you on a ride later in the spring.

More details around the suspension can be found at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about/article/20200323-British-Cycling-extends-suspension-on-sanctioned-cycling-activities-to-30-June-0

Go-Ride is British Cycling’s development programme for young people.


The programme provides a fun and safe way to introduce young riders to the world
of cycle sport and provides a platform to improve bike handling skills.

The first week is free, then £2 each evening payable on the evening.
Join the club for £10 and get free British Cycling membership.

Suitable clothing must be worn as the session will be outside and all participants must wear a helmet. All abilities are welcome as the first session will contain an assessment of their riding skills and ability.

Don’t forget to bring the following: