New Forest Cycling Week

Cycling UK Member Group

New Forest Cycling Week

2020 cycle rally starts Friday July 24 to Saturday 1 August. Come and join us for a few days or the whole week, non Cycling UK members also welcome.See below for more details or visit our website to book. 

Our activities 
MTB/Offroad rides
Leisure/Touring rides
Family rides
About us 

Our Rally week for 2020 is from Friday 24 July to Saturday 1 August 2020. The New Forest Cycling Week was founded in 1975 and for 35 years was based at the Forestry Commission Roundhill campsite near Brockenhurst. In 2010 the New Forest Cycling Week moved to the UK Youth Activity Centre at Avon Tyrrell Manor near Burley where we have the exclusive use of their Rally camping field. We have also negotiated camping fees for rally goers which you will find is much cheaper than stopping on other New Forest Campsites.

The Rally attracts approximately 250 attendees each year. It is an informal rally for from pressure and over-organisation, yet offering activity for all those who wish to join in. It's a rally for cycling families, small groups and individuals whether new to camping or, indeed, more experienced and age is immaterial! We welcome all types of camping outfits, large and small tents, caravans and camper vans. There are 24 electric hook ups available to pre book. There is plenty to see or explore in this unique area. The many minor roads and tracks make enjoyable and safe riding for families and younger riders and there is normally something taking place every day. Various on site activities take place during the evening organised by the members attending the rally., these include, Sunday night Barn Dance with free wine and cheese, children’s time trial. Use of the Avon Tyrrell adventure facilities for children, using their instructors.Friday night we finish with a BBQ and Bonfire which is very popular amongst the children. Friendly bunch of cyclist many coming year after year.

Our area 
Cycling UK continues to support the UK to cycle
This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19