Aigburth Community Cycle Club

Cycling UK Affiliated Group

Aigburth Community Cycle Club

Our activities 
Leisure/Touring rides
Family rides
About us 

We’re a community cycle club affiliated to Cycling UK and offering free cycle rides led by local trained volunteers.    We have 3 hubs:  * Greenbank Lane L17 1AG   * Kuumba Imani Centre L8 1TH      * Croxteth Park L12 0HB

Bikes & helmets are available to borrow for free for all the rides.   We run a variety of rides for all levels of confidence on a bike:  

* 5 mile traffic free rides through Sefton park, Otterspool park, along the prom & Festival Gardens.  We especially welcome anyone who hasn’t been on a bike for a while.

* 12 mile rides to places like Garston coastal reserve, Calderstones Park or Crosby.

* 20+ mile rides including Loop line to Pickerings Pasture, Leeds/Liverpool Canal to Ainsdale, Sefton Park Palm House to Stanley Park Palm House, Wirral Coastal Path.

For more information about how to book onto a ride email or use these links to join our group on our booking app Spond: 

Aigburth group Greenbank Lane hub:  

L8 group Kuumba Imani hub:

Croxteth group:


Since we started our rides in June 2021 over 350 different people have joined our rides including lots of people who haven't been on a bike for a while.  We've had the following feedback from some of our riders:

"Really enjoyed it plus get to see more of the area and it's history but best of all feel better in myself and now looking to buy own bike."

"I've really enjoyed the rides and meeting everyone. It's great to try out new routes and build up confidence on the road. Thanks to all the leaders."

"Friendly group and it’s great going with people who know the routes. You can just focus on enjoying the cycling without worrying that you’ve gone the wrong way!! Thanks to the leaders who give up their time to do these rides."

"It's been lovely to find some new routes and even on routes I thought I knew I've found some useful different sections. The leaders are friendly supportive without being overbearing. A great mix. The group is very welcoming and friendly. Thank you."