November 2017 Rides

Sat 4th
popupbikesPopup Bikes Bike Jumble Sale.
ANYONE is welcome to come and sell ANYTHING related to BIKES. If you’re looking for:

  • Vintage Bikes
  • Used and cheap modern Bikes
  • Old Bike Parts
  • Rare Bike Parts
  • Bike related paraphernalia
  • Some old dudes who know about old bikey-type-things.

Arch 5, Corporation Street,Manchester M4 4DG

Sun 5th
Manchester Wheelers ClubManchester Wheelers: Club social ride
Meet Costa Coffee, 26 High St, Cheadle SK8 1AL.
Sun 5th
40 Miles. Start:Bramhall Leisure Centre,Seal Road, Bramhall SK7 2JT. Book here.
Sun 5th
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club: Neston
Meet at Chester Services (M56) at 10 am or Chester Zoo Park and Ride (£3 parking charge) at 10.30am. A pleasant ride with one hill. Starting along the Cycleway and the River path we head to Burton for lunch. One hill after lunch before heading through lanes back to the start. Distance about 30 miles. Contact Jim Court 0161 487 2387
Sun 5th
british cyclingBritish Cycling:Discover the Fallowfied Loop
16 miles. Register here. Start: National Cycling Centre, Stewart Street, Manchester M11 4DQ
Sat 11th british cyclingBritish Cycling:Exploring South Manchester
17 Miles. Register here. Start: Car Park at Wythenshawe Park,Manchester M23 0AB.
Sat 11th
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club: Tour de Stockport
Meet at Woodsmoor Rail Station at 10am. An interesting tour of the back lanes and tracks around Stockport with coffee at Tandem Coffee House. Contact Jim Court or 0161 487 2387
Sun 12th
cwChorlton Wanderers ride:Heaton Park
Meet Chorlton Water Park car park (Maitland Road entrance, off Barlow Moor Road). Speed is gentle, around 10-12 mph. A lot of the ride is on NCN6 there will be some traffic-free, off-road sections. When we get to Heaton park, we’ll do a quick tour then head to the pub for lunch.
Sat 18th
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club:Longford Park Afternoon ride.
Meet at Houldsworth Mill, Reddish at 2pm. A ride along the Manchester Cycleway to Chorlton then estate roads to the Park. Return via Chorlton Green and Chorlton Park to Cycleway. Flat ride of about 12 miles. Contact Jim Court 0161 487 2387
Sat 19th
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club:Walton Hall
A new ride through flatter Cheshire to Walton Hall near Warrington. Distance 30 miles Contact Jim Court 0161 487 2387
Fri 24th 8am bike fridayBike Friday
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, Manchester City Centre M1 1DN. 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 7.45am
    • we cross the A6 at Bowerfold Lane at 7:55
    • Heaton Chapel Station 8:05
    • Errwood Road off the Golf Course section 8:15.
  • 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 8am
  • 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 Road 8am

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Fri 24th
Critical Mass criticalmass1
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.
Sat 25th
stockport community cycling clubStockport Community Cycle Club:Poynton Circular
Meet at Woodsmoor Rail Station. A 15 mile tour of the local lanes and tracks to Poynton for coffee. Some slight climbs. Contact Jim Court or 0161 487 2387