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Aigburth Community Cycle Club

Free Community Cycle Rides
Aigburth Community Cycle Club is a community club affiliated to Cycling UK and offering free cycle rides led by local trained volunteers.
All rides start at John Mitchel Sports Field, Greenbank Lane, L17 1AG opposite student halls of residence.
For more information and to book onto a ride
emai: aigburthcommunitycycleclub@gmail.com
phone: 0151 728 7884 or join our group on the Spond bookings app: https://group.spond.com/GSDOY

Bikes available to borrow for free for all rides

5-mile traffic-free rides
Sefton park, Otterspool, Festival Gardens

12-mile rides
Sefton Park to Garston Coastal Reserve
Sefton Park to Crosby (return by train)

20-mile rides
Sefton Park to Ainsdale (return by train)
Sefton Park to Stanley Park via Loop Line

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