Roberttown Community Cycling Club

Cycling UK Affiliated Group

Roberttown Community Cycling Club

Our activities 
MTB/Offroad rides
Audax/Sportive road rides
Leisure/Touring rides
Family rides
About us 

The club is based at Roberttown Community Centre In Liversedge, West Yorkshire. We welcome cyclists from surrounding areas to join us. The club has a non-competitive ethos and is geared to cater for those who are new to cycling as well as established riders, in particular, we encourage families to join us for fun and social rides.

The club is affiliated to CTC and has full insurance cover on all rides.

We are fortunate to have Tour de France stage winner Brian Robinson as our patron.

We have regular rides, details are published on our rides page and on Facebook at and Twitter


The club has attracted sponsorship from a local business - Utopia Group.

We thank them for their valued support.

Information about the group rides 

We have a number of rides each week suitable for people of varying abilities.  All rides meet at Roberttown Community Centre.  Please see the news section of the website for further details on specific rides or you can email us.  Rides are also advertised on Facebook and Twitter.

Tuesday evening

During the spring and summer we have a weekly ride meeting at the community centre for a prompt 6.30pm departure.  These rides are at a social pace and are usually between 10 and 20 miles.

During the autumn and winter months we usually run a turbo training session between 7-00pm and 8.00pm - Lounge area of Roberttown Community Centre.

We have 5 club turbos for use by members.  Please bring your own if you have one.  Please arrive by 6:45pm at the latest to allow time to set up.


Thursday ride

Thursday are leisurely rides which leave the Community Centre at 6:30pm and are suitable for hybrid and mountain bikes. The routes follow Greenways, canal tow paths, tracks and quiet roads.


Saturday ride

Meet at Roberttown Community Centre on Church Road for a 9.00am departure. Choice of two rides one short and one longer ride.

The 8:30am ride is usually 35 + miles, the 9:00am ride is around 20 miles. Both routes, where possible will include a cafe stop for tea and cakes.

Although these are road rides, riders on mountain bikes and hybrid bikes are welcome.

The routes vary each week.

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