In addition to the listings below, Cycling UK has info on groups
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
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
Asylum Link Merseyside
Ride every Tuesday and always need bikes, volunteers and more – email email@example.com for more info
Bradbury Fields and SAVI tandem club
Join the Bradbury Fields and SAVI tandem club here https://chat.whatsapp.com/JwN0q2j1yzf6YiWhGqGa76
City of Liverpool FC Cycling Club
Join here https://chat.whatsapp.com/BnFPXVpkIZ565FIx7VygtD
Cycle of Life rides
Meet at St. Anne’s Centre, Overbury St. L7 3HJ every Monday 2pm for a ride, all welcome.Women’s Cycle RideJoin the rides on Friday mornings at 9.45am from the cycle pod in Mossley Hill RUFC, Mossley Hill Rd, Liverpool L17 0DH
Merseyside CTC rides
Cycling UK Merseyside organises regular rides of various lengths. Go the https://www.merseysidectc.co.uk/ and download the Runs List for details.
Join Peloton on Spond for Joyrides and info on the Overjoyed touring holidays this summer https://group.spond.com/KIVGR
Wheels for All
Wheels for All have sites in Croxteth, Litherland and Springfield Park – first session free!
Wirral Cycling Group
A diverse and friendly bunch, mainly aged fifty plus, who cycle to keep fit, meet new friends and explore the countryside around the Wirral and neighbouring areas.
We have rides every Wednesday and Sunday, starting from various locations. Usually on the Wirral in the winter, but often from local railway stations in the summer, going further to explore Cheshire lanes or Liverpool area.
Rides range from 20 to 50 miles some are faster and some at a slower pace, to suit a variety of ability levels. All rides lead to a pleasant lunch in some amazing venues, cafes and gardens.
Why not get your bike out & join us
You can try up to three rides before we expect you to become a member and pay the sub of £5pa. For more information see our website:- www.wirralcycling.org
or contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Women on Bikes Liverpool
Women on Bikes Liverpool have rides for beginners and learners on Saturdays, and intermediate rides on Fridays – she also needs volunteer support for her project.