Lancashire and North West Go-Ride Clubs
The Salt Ayre Cog Set (Go-Ride Club, Lancaster)
Red Rose (Go-Ride Club, Preston)
Ribble Valley Juniors (Go-Ride Club, Preston)
Preston Pirates BMX Club (Go-Ride Club)
Mid Lancs BMX Racing Club (Go-Ride Club Coppull)
Bolton Hot Wheels CC (Go-Ride Club Bolton)
Furness Future Flyers
Border City Wheelers
Cycling Lancashire is probably the best website for all round cycling information in Lancashire. This is a really good source of information.
British Cycling – The UK Governing Body for Cycle Racing, based at Manchester Velodrome
British Schools Cycling Association – organises cycle racing for school ages.
Cycling Development North West – runs youth and senior cycle race series in the North West
North West Youth League website of the group running the league
Cycling Time Trials – Most of the road based time trials in the UK are run under CTT rules.
Sport England Club Matters – we are registered with them as a club under the Clubmark scheme.
Lakes and Lancs Spoco – sporting time trial courses league. Time trials are run under CTT rules.
National Cycling Centre, Manchester – International standard 250m indoor wooden track, indoor BMX Centre, and the home of British Cycling
Preston Sports Arena – the University of Central Lancashire sports arena with the 1 mile bike track
Salt Ayre Cycle Track – a 4m wide cycle track at Lancaster. (The link is to the sports centre, there is no information about the cycle track itself)
Palatine Cycle Circuit – Palatine Leisure Centre, St Anne’s Road, Blackpool, FY4 2AP. This is a flat circuit of about 1km in length.
Local Cycling Clubs
Clayton Velo Cycling Team – Pete Boast and Alan Roper ride with this club. Weekend club runs from Whalley.
Pendle Forest Cycling Club – Martin Brass rides with this club. PF organises time trials during summer. Weekend club runs from the Nelson area.
Nelson Wheelers – Pendle based cycling club. Weekend club runs from the Nelson area.
CTC Burnley and Pendle Branch – the local branch of the CTC – Cycle Touring Club