The Community bike ride will not go ahead as planned for September, we are now planning for next Spring instead.
Back to Cycling!
Starts Wednesday 26th July 2023 at 18.30
Then every Sunday (9am) & Wednesday (18:30) until the Family Bike Ride on 3rd September.
Meet at Chapel Street Car Park, behind the Bus Station
Come and join us for our back to cycling programme – a gentle and supported six week programme, meeting twice per week, with the aim of helping you to build fitness on your bike; to enjoy the safety and company of riding in a group and the opportunity to cycle on quiet roads and cycleways with a ride leader.
To register visit www.knaresborough-spinners.org.uk & complete a membership form.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional information.
All we ask is that you wear a helmet. Join Us!
We have dates for next years Spring Training Camp – our base will be in Majorca from May 5th to 12th 2023 at the same hotel as last time. Its got everything we need, perfectly situated near the beach, lots of routes high and low level and the bike hire. The holiday includes plenty of baggage allowance (bikes extra of course!) and transfers so nothing to worry about once you arrive at LBA.
You can reserve a place on the holiday with a £60.00 deposit.
Due to popular demand we are starting a summer of monthly challenges.
Spring should be here so to kick things off here are the challenges for April, a gentle start to ease into it. Challenge the club, challenge your friends, challenge your riding group, or challenge yourself., it’s just for fun, and maybe bragging rights 😆
I have got Simon Warrens 100 greatest climbs and climbs of Yorkshire, so I will be raiding those for ideas!
Club challenges for April.
Log your rides on the club strava page, and/or post rides up here, take photos for bragging rights, have fun 🙂
So the challenges, there are plenty to choose from, do them all or just pick the ones you want to try.
1.) It’s spring so time to get out more in the sunshine, total distance cycled in April. (Quick tip, Log your rides in Km’s it will look further 🤣)
2.) Complete a single ride of 30 kilometres/ 20 Miles
3.) Hill climbing local, castle Ings road up to Castlegate, strava segment castle ings 2 segment 2316477 (Time to aim for, 2 minutes)
4.) Hill climbing No 2, White Horse Bank, pick a nice day, the views at the top are worth it, stop half way to admire the white horse up close, the challenge is to reach the top so take a breather if you need/want it. Strava segment White Horse Bank, segment 1565146 (Time to aim for, 8 minutes)
5.) longest ride to a café, bonus kudos for best cake photo 👍
Bonus challenge, it’s cobbled classics season, find some cobbles, however short/long they may be, ride them, take a picture 👍
What a year it has been, but with restrictions lifted we are back to full strength running weekly rides from Chapel Street, starting at 9am. The weather is improving, the sun is out. Time to get back outside.
Here we Go! Boris says you can Get on Your Bike and ride with us! April 4th 2021
Hello everyone! I hope you are all well and enjoying the start of Spring and warmer toes when on the bike! Good News! Boris says YES to groups of six (and more if from the same household), so let’s get going again from 9am April 4th 2021. Not sure if Easter Sunday is a popular start day or if the sun will be shining, however if you want to burn a few calories before tucking into chocolate treats then I am sure there will be a few who fancy a ride. So… either get onto the Club Facebook page and start a conversation about getting a group together or just turn up for a 9am start (08.50!) on April 4th and we can organise ourselves. We have a few new members who have joined in lock-down so it may be an opportunity to take some newcomers on your favourite ride! If you haven’t been out for a while, don’t beat yourself up, nor hesitate to come – I’ve been out five times since October (!), we can help each other get back to cycling fitness.
Looking forward to seeing you all again.
Sunday 6th September 2020
If you are one of the many who has dusted off their cycle and taken to the roads during lockdown then Knaresborough Cycling Club invites you to join us on one of our official club rides starting from Sunday September 6th 2020.
If you haven’t cycled with a club before you will be welcomed and helped to find a group that suits your pace and fitness. Join us to explore new routes, meet new people and cycle safely with support on our rides.
For further information contact: email@example.com or via our club facebook page. We look forward to welcoming you’
The club is looking to the first weekend in September as a possible weekend to restart club rides. Of course things may change between then and now, however we will put a mark in the sand and aim to find a way to meet 9am Sunday September 6th 2020
We will be mindful as things unfold over the Summer and review if our Sunday in September plan is safe and unoffensive in the light of what unfolds.
Pressed for Time Ride
Pressed for Time Sunday December 8th 2019. Heading out to Little Ribston, on to Whixley, Thorpe Underwood and home via Great Ouseburn and Arkendale. See you at Chapel Street 9am. Let’s Go! 😀🚲
Hello Fast Group. For Sundays ride 8th Dec I suggest Bolton Percy. 58 miles brew at Bolton Percy. We’ll bank Mark Reynolds Ampleforth ride for next time he’s out.
Anyone up for that?
Pressed for Time Ride
Suggest head out to Little Ribston and head towards Whixley, Thorpe Underwood, Great Ouseburn and home via Arkendale.
Back to Cycling Sunday November 10th 2019, heading to Arkendale, Marton cum Grafton and back via Minskip and Staveley. Back for 11am.
If it ever stops raining – a lumpy 50 miler trip round the West End via Menwith Hill, back via Hampsthwaite (brew stop at Sophie’s), Markington and Bishop Monkton. See you Sunday, cheers