NEW !! Saturday ride. Meet Whalley Picnic Area 10.00am – back between 12.00 and12,30. Suitable for new riders and those returning after a lay-off.
We ride five days a week. All details below. Most rides cater to the more experienced rider although we do have a run open to all abilities on a Wednesday morning. All runs start from the Dog Inn at Whalley unless otherwise specified. If you would like to join us for a run to see what NLRC are all about please contact us via social media or the form below so we know to expect you and can confirm times/days. If you’re new to cycling or unfamiliar with group runs please see our guidelines below to get the most out of your ride.
Tuesday Runs: These are a morning Club run, we meet at 9.30am at the Dog Inn, Whalley. These rides can average around 16mph. A typical route might be hilly and cover in excess of 60 miles with a cafe stop roughly halfway.
Wednesday Runs: These are technically an ‘unofficial run’ for the less experienced rider and are a fun way to learn how to ride in a group. Often Weds run riders go on to join the Sunday runs. Open to non-members we meet at 9.30am at Spring Wood picnic area just outside Whalley. There is a large car park for those who wish to drive and start from there. Runs average around 12mph+ and will cater to the slowest in the group. An average run length of around 40-
Thursday Runs: A morning training run for the more advanced member riders. These rides are fairly fast-paced and average around 17mph. A typical route might be hilly and cover well in excess of 50 miles. Various different meet points to start, although all riders then convene at Scorton Barn cafe between 11-
Saturday Runs: A morning ride for beginners and those returning to the sport. A gentle non-stop ride leaving from Spring Wood, Whalley, at 10am returning back between 12:00 and 12:30. Open to all, see you there!
Sunday Runs: This is the main weekly Club run and leaves the Dog Inn at 9am all year round. A cafe stop is had roughly halfway, courses vary from fairly flat runs to hilly runs. Sometimes this run might be split into two if there are many new riders wishing to join. A typical Sunday run might average 70-
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