Would you like to cycle in a group? Do you have a hybrid or a mountain bike, or even an E-bike? Cycling is good for your health, fitness and well-being and is a great way to explore the countryside. Did you know that we now have two informal and very friendly cycling groups in Adderbury? The Adderbury Wheels and the Recyclists both make use of the beautiful countryside around Adderbury and try to avoid main roads. Cyclists of any ability are welcome to join either group. At the moment, because of government restrictions, we will split into groups of no more than six riders, if necessary.
The Adderbury Wheels meet outside Adderbury Library on Saturday mornings at 9.30 am and Wednesday evenings at 6.30 pm (summer months only). Distances covered depend on the ability of the group but are usually between 10 – 25 miles. We use minor roads, cycle lanes, tracks and paths and in the summer, we try to stay off-road as much as possible. Over the past three years, we have cycled many different routes in the area, and we are always keen to find new ones. We also take part in some organised cycling events, such as the Broughton Castle Sportif, and in June 2019 a group of us completed the 96-mile Ridgeway over two days. If you would like to join us, just turn up, or, for more information visit our Adderbury Wheels Facebook page or contact Chris Varney (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will make you very welcome!
The Recyclists usually meet outside the Coach and Horses on Monday afternoons at 2.00 pm. We like to cover between 8 – 12 miles, depending on the ability of the cyclists in the group, and we usually include a refreshment break at a local café or pub. We avoid main roads, and stick to cycle paths, minor roads and tracks. We travel at a gentle pace and welcome anyone, whether you are an experienced cyclist or a complete newcomer to group cycling. Please contact Jenny Ward (email@example.com) for more information. We look forward to seeing you!