We are working to support cyclists in Nottingham’s community whether they are everyday commuters, learning to ride a bike for the first time or want to get into cycling. We aim to encourage more people to take up cycling, and offer more transport choice for communities across the city.

British Cycling group and guided rides

All you have to do is bring your bike and pedal. Ride Leaders do the rest. It’s easy. It’s Free. And it’s a fantastic day out for the family, with friends or just on your own. You’ll meet new people in your community, improve your fitness, and get more confident on your bike.

British Cycling Guided Rides – Guided Rides are free and grouped into three types – Easygoing, Steady or Challenging. So whether you’re just starting out, or trying to improve your fitness, there’s something for you.

British Cycling Breeze Rides – Breeze offers fun, free bike rides – as well as plenty of support and inspiration – for women of all abilities, all across the UK.

British Cycling Go Ride Clubs – At British Cycling, we know how important it is to start early when it comes to riding a bike. The Go-Ride programme focusses on fun, local coaching sessions for young riders.

British Cycling Community Groups – British Cycling’s Community Groups is a place to find and join local cycling groups and rides. Our Community Group programme connects you with like-minded people. Meet new friends and buddies within your local community and ride together. Our Community Group programme let’s you search for local groups, contact them through our Let’s Ride website and sign-up to ride with them. Look for local groups near you and enjoy a ride.

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Cycle Training and Bike Maintenance

Local cycling organisation Ridewise offers cycle training for all abilities and ages, and runs a bike library for Nottingham residents. To find out more about the training please visit the Ridewise website.

Nottingham Bikeworks is a not for profit community interest company that provides a range of training, workshops and mike maintenance for the community, visit Nottingham Bikeworks for more information.

Consultation with Nottingham’s cycling community

British Cycling is working with Nottingham City Council to provide research and insights to increase the number of people cycling in the city.

Pedals was founded in 1979 and aims get more people to cycle in the city and campaigns for better cycling infrastructure in Nottingham.

Sustrans is a charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. They connect people and places to transform the school run and deliver a happier, healthier commute.

Recreational and practice facilities

For facilities to practice cycling or off-roading, for you and the whole family, please visit our page.