About Us

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

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Our Facebook Group

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Upcoming Rides

Recent News

  • Annual General Meeting – Sunday 29 October 2017 1pm, Meltham Methodist Church Hall

    Our annual general meeting will be held as usual at Meltham Methodist Church Hall. All members are most welcome to attend. The AGM will be followed by our regular committee meeting. Tea and coffee will be provided at the venue. Sandwiches can be purchased from the local Co-op very near …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign – Newsletter no. 11 September 2017

    Hello everybody Welcome to number 11 newsletter from the Kirklees Cycling Campaign. Quite a lot in this one. Just a reminder that if you ever want to check out on previous newsletters, they can always be found on the campaign website (details above) Best Regards – John Lewis Chair Lindley …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign – Newsletter no. 9 (July 2017)

    Huddersfield Town Centre Some of you might have noticed a sudden increase of cycle route signage in and around Huddersfield Town Centre. The signs look good but they often tend to promise more than what turns out to be the reality. It’s true to say that there have been some …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign – Newsletter No. 8 (June 2017)

    Meeting with Kirklees Officers: On 19th June we finally got our meeting with Kirklees Officers. Our suspicion is that this was helped by The Huddersfield Examiner’s article about the length of time we were waiting for a reply to our request. So thank you to “The Examiner”. The reason for …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter No. 7 May 2017

    Space for Cycling Ride – Report The undemanding ride on 22nd April around Huddersfield Town Centre in the sunshine was covered in great style by the Huddersfield Examiner and included a personal interview. Unfortunately we didn’t fill the streets with cyclists, and our numbers were little more than those that …