October 2019

Wed 2nd
6pm
GMCCGreater Manchester Cycling Campaign:Social Ride
Start Albert Square, Manchester. All aboard for Chorlton & the Fallowfield loop – Ending at Station South, Levenshulme.
Sat 6th
9pm–
Sun 7th 8pm
MANCHESTER TO BLACKPOOL NIGHT RIDE 2019
Start: Old Trafford Cricket Ground and take on a 52 mile Lancashire route, heading for the glow of the Blackpool sea front,
Sun 13th
10am
chorlton wanderersChorlton Wanderers Ride: Alderley Edge
Meet Chorlton Water Park Car park, Maitland rd, off Barlow Moor Rd, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Manchester M21 7WH. 40 miles.  Details subject to change.
Sun 20th top dog eventsTopdog events:Lake district

  • 56 km / 35 miles. Ascent – 731 m / 2398 ft
  • 106 km / 66 miles. Ascent – 1919 m / 6265 ft

Come and ride among the foothills of this famous region, now with World Heritage Status. Something for all tastes await – traffic free lanes, remote valleys, welcoming villages, seaside promenades and a breathtaking view over Morecambe Bay to finish. Event HQ – 3-1-5 Health Club, Mannin Way, Caton Road, Lancaster, LA1 3PE

Fri 25th
8am
bikefridayBike 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). Click here for start points. Contact: graeme@manchesterfoe.org.uk.
Fri 25th
6pm
criticalmassCritical Mass
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.

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