July 2017 Rides

Sat 1st
popupbikesPopup Bikes jumble sale
Arch 5,Corporation Street,Manchester M4 4DG.
Sun 2nd
tweed rideTWeed Ride
Angel pub, Angel Street, Manchester M4
Sun 2nd
EvansThe HOY 100
Start:Arley Hall And Gardens ,Arley,Northwich Cheshire CW9 6NA. 100km or 100 mile routes.
Sun 2nd
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club: Mersey Ferry
Meet at Edgley Road, Cheadle Heath SK3 0RJ at 8.30am or Otterspool car park at 9.30 prompt to ride into Liverpol and cross the Ferry. Return after a pleasant ride round the Wirral. Distance about 35 miles.
Sun 9th
cwChorlton Wanderers ride
Meet Chorlton Water Park car park (Maitland Road entrance, off Barlow Moor Road). Speed is gentle, around 10-12 mph. Hadfield via Trans Pennine Trail,trails, 45 miles.
Sun 9th bike eventsBike Events:Manchester to Blackpool
Start:Imperial War Museum, Quay West, Trafford Wharf Rd, Manchester M17 1TZ.
Finish:South Promenade, Blackpool (opposite the mirror ball).
Distance:60 miles (approx) – suitable for Road/Hybrid/Mountain bike
Sun 16th
6.30am – 9.30am
Evans Cycles Manchester Store Sportive The Christie Charitable Fund
Starting from the Imperial War Museum Manchester, this invigorating ride will take you along country lanes to the finish on the South Promenade at Blackpool, where you can enjoy a barbecue, live music and massage (not to mention a well-earned drink in the beer tent!). Distance: 60 miles
Thu 20th
5.30pm for 6pm
gmccGMCC Social ride to Park bridge
Meet Albert Square,Manchester city centre
Sat 22nd
Vegan Organic fair
Debdale Eco Centre, 1075 Hyde Rd, Manchester M18 7LJ. Cycle from St Werburghs Metro Link, chorlton, 10am.
Fri 28th
Bike Fridaybike friday

Normally, held on the last Friday of the month, Bike Friday is a set of led commuter rides into Manchester from various starting places around Greater Manchester. Most rides leave at 8am but check the website as they vary depending on the distance from Manchester. Rides finish at the Eastern Bloc coffee shop (5A Stevenson Square, M1 1DN), in Manchester City Centre. Whether you’re new to cycling, returning to your bike after a break, or cycle every day, join us on Bike Friday. We ride at a moderate pace and have experienced ride leaders. It is entirely law-abiding – we do not try to slow down the traffic. All welcome (bring a bike).Starts from

  • Stockport Mersey Square
    •  we cross the A6 at Bowerfold Lane at 07:55
    • Heaton Chapel Station 08:05
    • Errwood Road off the Golf Course section 08:15.
  • Blackley
    • Victoria Avenue East near Rochdale Road 7.45am
    • the park entrance on Smedley Lane, Hendham Vale at 08:15.
  • Levenshulme Station,8am
  • Prestwich
    • meet Pizza Express on the Bury New Road where it meets Scholes Lane at 8:00am
  • Chorlton Library
    • Meet 8.00am
  • Worsley, Monton
      • 7:40am Worsley Station (on Route 55)
      • 7:50am Monton Green Unitarian Church
      • 8am opposite Salford Royal (Hope) Hospital, Eccles Old Road
  • Sale Waterside
    • Sale Waterside at 7.45 am
    • 8am at the Stretford tram station cycle parking, near the bus stop bound for the Trafford Centre,
  • Withington Library
    • Meet Wilmslow rd 8am

Contact: graeme@manchesterfoe.org.uk.

Fri 28th
Critical Masscriticalmass1
A bike ride that happens in our city and cities all over the world every last Friday of the month. Critical Mass rides began in San Francisco in 1992 and rides spread around the United States and the world with over 200 rides taking place in 2006. Critical Mass has no leaders, and no central organization licenses rides. In every city that has a Critical Mass ride, some locals simply picked a date, time, and location for the ride and publicised it, and thus the ride was born. Critical Mass is an idea and an event, not an organization. It is a great way to meet other cyclists and to have a fun bike ride. It is not a fast ride and often children come too, everyone is welcome to come and celebrate the bicycle! Meet central library, st peters square, Manchester.