Northamptonshire is a great place to cycle, and now there are even more opportunities to get out and about on your bike in the area! See our Where to Cycle page for more information on routes and places to cycle.
Northamptonshire Sport is working in partnership with Northamptonshire Highways and British Cycling to provide local residents with plenty of opportunities to get on their bikes this summer and join our programme of free led rides.
Let's Ride are FREE small, weekly community bike rides that give you a chance to get out and explore your local area. They're led by a British Cycling trained ride leader who is on hand to provide support and give you a few tips on how to improve your cycling, whatever your age or ability.
Rides vary in levels, from beginners to more experienced cyclists, so you can pick a level to suit your skills and enjoyment. Whatever level you choose, you'll be riding on safe routes, with your ride leaders. And if you haven't dusted off your bike for a while, they'll happily check it over for you.
Click here to find a guided ride in Northamptonshire.
Breeze is British Cycling's biggest ever programme geared towards getting more women into riding for fun.
With an emphasis on fun, social and local rides, Breeze aims to make women feel more confident and comfortable about getting on a bike, and rides will usually start and end at a café – providing a great opportunity to get to know fellow cyclists over a cuppa and a slice of cake.
Click here to find a Breeze ride in Northamptonshire.
Ride Social is Britain's biggest social cycling community, helping you find likeminded cyclists to ride together and discover more.
Ride Social enables you to join and organise rides in your local area. Share your ride for local cyclists to join and before you know it you'll have your own cycling group.
With 80,000 riders across the UK already signed up, what are you waiting for?
Sign up to Ride Social here.
Go-Ride is British Cycling's development programme for young people. The programme provides a fun and safe way to introduce young riders to the world of cycle sport and provides a platform to improve bike handling skills.
Getting involved is easy, either with a local Go-Ride Club or through one of many holiday coaching programmes where young people are be able to sample the various cycle sport disciplines and start enjoying one of the fastest growing sports in the UK today.
Click here to find out more about Go-Ride.
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