Other Cycling Clubs
|NAME||OVERVIEW & WEBSITE|
HSBC UK Breeze offers fun, free bike rides – as well as plenty of support and inspiration – for women of all abilities, all across the UK.
With more than 2,000 trained volunteer Breeze Champions organising and leading the rides, the programme is the cornerstone of British Cycling’s ambition to get one million more women on their bikes by 2020. We’re always delighted to welcome new women to our rides, so why not get involved and join the community?
|Coventry Road Club||Coventry Road Club has over 190 members involved in all aspects of cycling from touring to racing. We have an active club runs programme throughout the year, Sunday rides usually have three groups for varying levels of rider and there are rides on Tuesdays and Fridays.|
|Earlsdon Wheelers||Cycling for the residents of Earlsdon and around
|HBSC Let’s Ride||Let’s Ride organses short guided starting from many locations. They even help promote CTC Coventry’s shorter rides!
We use their website to advertise CTC Coventry’s shorter rides. E.g.
|Kenilworth Wheelers||The Kenilworth Wheelers are a popular cycling club covering the Warwick, Leamington and Kenilworth areas catering to recreational and racing cyclists of all disciplines.|
|Leamington C&AC (Leamington)||Leamington C&AC is a family friendly club, which welcomes cyclists, athletes and runners of all abilities.|
|Nuneaton CTC||Welcomes all leisure cyclists|
|Nuneaton Triathlon Club (Nuneaton)||Nuneaton Triathlon Club is a small friendly, inclusive Triathlon club in the heart of the Midlands. We have fantastic facilities being based at the Nuneaton Harriers Community Association stadium located at the Pingles leisure centre.|
|Royal Leamington Spa Cycling Club|| The Royal Leamington Spa Cycling Club is home to a range of cycling disciplines with an even wider variety of riders.
A democratic club with the aim to promote cycling and provide an open, friendly and welcoming environment for people of all abilities to get involved and enjoy whichever aspect of cycling ‘rolls their wheels’.
|Rugby Racing Club||http://www.rugbyrcc.org.uk/|
|Stratford Cycle Club||The Warwickshire based club aims to promote the amateur sport of Cycling in Stratford-Upon-Avon and its object is to encourage the sport in all its branches. The club is proud to promote an open time trial and 2 road races in addition to a cyclo-cross meet and a reliability ride.|
|Warwickshire Ladies CC||Warwickshire Ladies Cycling Club is a cycling club aimed at beginner, intermediate and advanced cyclists. The club was established in March 2013 for ladies only.|
|Warwick Lanterne Rouge||Warwick Lanterne Rouge CC is an inclusive social cycling club for adult male and female cyclists. We are based out of Warwick and hold regular Sunday club rides for all abilities throughout the year along with midweek rides on Tuesdays and Thursday.|
|Warwickshire Road Club||We are a south Birmingham-based cycling club offering many events for members to take part in, including road races, time trials, leisure and general fitness rides.|
|Wellesbourne Wheelers||A midweek cycling group to meet the needs of those who have retired or taken early retirement (like me!), people who work part time/flexible hours or, indeed, like some of our riders, those who have their own business and decide the hours they work!|
Links to other cycling-related organisations
is a Club for visually impared and sighted cyclists based in Earlsdon. They are always pleased to hear from sighted people who will volunteer to pilot one of their tandems with a blind stoker. More details
Bike Workshop at the Peace House
has been helping the Coventry community for years, and seen many bikes come and go.
- Donations of bikes are received, refurbished with second-hand and new parts, then sold as cheaply as possible.
- People are taught to fix their own bikes and learn valuable skills.
- The aim is to get people cycling on good, safe bikes.
- The Peace house is currently open every Tuesday: for the morning, afternoon and evening.
- Currently volunteers are being sought – if you have some basic bike maintenance skills then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org