Clitheroe Bike Club

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Welcome to Clitheroe Bike Club homepage, who are an affiliated group of CyclingUK.

 

About The Group

We are a relatively new club formed to cater for cycling enthusiasts in the Clitheroe and surrounding area. We are not a specialist road racing or mountain bike club but rather a club that welcomes all types of cycling i.e MTB – Road – Leisure – Touring – Beginners.

The club have a number of qualified trainers to teach both on-road and off-road cycling skills & safety. We also have regular social meetings to discuss cycle maintenance & road safety, and to plan future events.

We run regular leader led rides in all categories, so no matter if you’re super fit or trying to get fit or just want the security and company of riding with a group, we have the ride to suit you and no-one gets left behind!

So if you are into cycling and would like to try a trip out, please join in one of our regular rides or attend one of our meetings, otherwise feel free to contact us for more information or advice.

The club has a number of road bikes available for trial loan on Club Rides (funded through the Healthy Streets initiative).

We have informal club meetings at 8-00pm on the first Wednesday of every month at the Littlemoor Rd Rugby Club

 

Catchment area

Catchment area of the group: 

About details

Our main events

There are no events entered at this time, please contact the group for more details.

Our regular rides & events

Please contact the group for further details

About our rides

Information about the group rides: 

Regular Rides

All rides leave from the public car park opposite Roefield Leisure Centre on Edisford Road.   The routes for each week are posted to the CBC Facebook forum.
Saturday rides

9-00am – ‘A hilly’ run – A challenging hilly group ride for experienced riders.  May take in steep hills of 20%, and cobbles.  15 mph+, 60 miles+ with cafe stop.

9-00am – ‘A’ run – A brisk group ride for advanced/fit riders only, 16 mph+, around 60 miles with cafe stop.

9-00am – ‘B hillbillies’ run – A slower but still challenging club ride taking in some hills, 14-15mph, 45 – 50 miles with cafe stop.

9-00am – ‘B-‘ run – A steadier paced club ride, 12-13mph, 35 – 40 miles with cafe stop.

9-00am – ‘C’ run – A gentle paced ride of around 30 miles with a cafe stop.  Pace is on average 10-12mph, the ride leader will make sure no-one is left behind.

Introductory rides – Ideal for people that are new to cycling and want to find out more about the club. These rides are held on a regular basis, please see the Events page for details of these in 2016.

NB the B & B- rides are our most popular, so we may split these into several smaller groups of up to 8 people to enable us to ride safely on the roads.

Sunday rides

9-00am – ‘A’ run – a non-stop 3 hr+ fast pace training ride [NB still meets at Platform Gallery!]

Evening rides

Run in the summer evenings once the clocks have gone back – see Facebook for details.

 
  • Patron: Her Majesty The Queen
  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Paul Tuohy
  • Cycling UK is a trading name of Cyclists’ Touring Club (CTC) a company limited by guarantee, registered in England no: 25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales charity no: 1147607 and in Scotland charity no: SC042541. Registered office: Parklands, Railton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX.

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