There are many resources available outside of cycling clubs and hopefully the following helps:

 

 

Redbridge Cycling Centre

The cycle centre at Redbridge offers a closed road circuit for both road and MTB.  They also offer coaching, bike maintenance and various events.

 

You can find more information here.

 

Lee Valley VeloPark

The VeloPark offers options of velodrome track, closed road circuits for road, MTB and BMX as well as a velo studio for fitness and training and youth and experience sessions.

 

You can find more information here.

 

British Cycling HSBC UK Go-Ride

The British Cycling website contains all you need to know about HSBC UK Go-Ride, including the following:

  • Clubs for kids: Go-Ride Clubs are for riders under 18, with fun at the heart of high-quality coaching sessions and a clear pathway for progression.
  • Gives parents peace of mind: All coaches hold a British Cycling qualification and are DBS-checked, plus Go-Ride sessions will always take place in traffic-free areas.
  • Easy to get involved: Just like any sports club, the emphasis is on regular, local and affordable activities to make it easy to keep coming back and create a sporting habit for life.
  • Creates champions: Most of the Great Britain Cycling Team’s biggest stars started out at a Go-Ride Club. Just like Laura and Jason Kenny!

You can find your nearest club here.

 

British Cycling HSBC UK Breeze Rides

The British Cycling website contains all you need to know about the HSBC UK Breeze rides for women only.  They are fun, free of charge and cater for all abilities.

 

You can find your nearest ride here.

 

British Cycling Guided Rides

The British Cycling website contains all you need to know about the free and friendly rides that are on offer and led by qualified British Cycling Ride Leaders.

 

You can find your nearest ride here.

 

British Cycling Ready Set Ride

The British Cycling website contains all you need to know about how to help teach your child to ride, including over 20 free activities and games as ideas to help.

 

You can read more here.

 

Havering Cyclists

As a club we are located within the London Borough of Havering.  Havering Cyclists is a local branch of the London Cycling Campaign to promote cycling.  They meet monthly and have a calendar with events that you can find here.

 

London Cycling Campaign

The LCC are a group who campaign for safety in cycling for everyone with various membership options available.

 

They have groups of active members in every London Borough that you can find here.

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