About Us

We welcome new riders, if you want to know the when, where and how fast, this is the place to start

Our Facebook Group

We have an active group over on Facebook where there are discussions about rides, routes and cake. Click to join the group

Women's Festival of Cycling Ride

Huddersfield CTC are taking part with a Women's only ride from Penistone Station at 10 am Saturday 7 July 2018. Click for more details...

See our rides calendar for details of club rides coming up...

Recent News

  • KCC Newsletter #21

    Kirklees Cycling Campaign   kirkleescyclingcampaign.wordpress.com   Newsletter  Number 21 – August  2018   Hello and welcome to Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter No.21. This edition is devoted to plans for cycling in the area around the A629.   John Lewis – KCC chair   Back in the early 1970’s – around …
  • KCC Newsletter #18 – May 2018

    Department for Transport’s review of Cycle Safety As part of its Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) the DFT is currently making a major comprehensive review into Cycle Safety. We await to see whether it materialises into important legislation, but it has the potential to completely change the culture of …
  • Space For Cycling

    We want our political leaders to make cycling a safer and attractive option for everyone in Kirklees. Provision for cycling should be universal, providing a safe, convenient and enjoyable transport choice for people of all ages and abilities, for their everyday journeys. What does it mean? Some examples: Segregated routes …
  • KCC Newsletter #17 – April 2018

    Saturday April 21st – “Space 4 Cycling” Event in Huddersfield This is a crucial event to try to raise the profile of cycling in Kirklees and to get important political support from councillors prior to the local elections in the first week of May. Details of what’s happening is attached …
  • KCC Newsletter #16 – April 2018

    Major Schemes for Roads in Kirklees There are a number of major road schemes currently being planned in Kirklees and financed by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority Transport Fund Plus. Many of these plans provide opportunties to improve roads and junctions not only for motorists but for cyclists and pedestrians …