See below for some of the local cycling clubs and organisations you can get involved in...
Cycling in Derby
On this page you'll find links to a selection of some of the cycling resources Derby has to offer ranging from, a list of bike shops, to cycling groups and organisations you can get involved in.
Derby Bike Shops
Derby has lots of cycle shops which both repair bikes as well as sell new ones. See the list below and contact them directly for opening hours and offers.
Bikeworks Derby | Big on Bikes | Belper Bike Barn | Cranky's Bike Parts | Cyclo Monster | Cyclewirks | Derby Bike Pop Up (Mobile Repairs) | Halfords Derby | Hawk Factory Cycle Store | Mode BMX | Pure Electric | The Bike Shop|
If your shop isn't listed and you would like it to be, feel free to get in touch and let us know!
Bike Back Derby - Lifecycle UK
Bike Back Derby are a community bicycle recycling initiative which aims to help local people feel healthier and more connected - whilst reducing congestion and pollution. They take public donations of old and unwanted bikes, and refurbish them back into use.
The work is undertaken by prisoners at various local prisons, who work towards a Level 2 City & Guilds qualification in Cycle Mechanics.
The bikes are then sold at affordable prices to help local people start cycling, particularly those on low-income.
Due to COVID-19, Bike Back are not currently accepting donations.
Come along to one of the Sustrans/Lifecycle UK Dr Bike sessions and get your bike serviced FREE by an experienced mechanic.
If you are a jobseeker in need of a bike you can also come along to talk to one of the Sustrans Officers, who can talk you through support available to get a free reconditioned bike to get you to job opportunities.
Cycling Groups & Clubs
Derby Cycling Group
Derby Cycling Group is an independent organisation, campaigning for cycle provisions in the wider Derby area. It is a voluntary group that was formed in 1979. They campaign on behalf of all cyclists and potential cyclists for a cohesive cycle network that makes cycling safe, normal, convenient and fun. The Group invites
those supporting their vision to join (free)
and become involved in their campaigning
Derby BMX club is one of the largest BMX clubs in the country. Based at the National Standard BMX Track at Alvaston Park, Derby. The club is run by a team of dedicated volunteers and holds regular training sessions and races throughout the year.
Derby Mercury has been around since 1938 and its objectives are the encouragement of cycling and other outdoor activities.
Cycle Derby Cycling Club
Cycle Derby CC is based in Chellaston in Derby. They are a family club with a main objective to get youngsters on bikes and competing in cycling events. Cycle Derby CC has been set up by qualified British cycling level 2 & Level 3 coaches who have a passion for the sport and want to share their knowledge with young up and coming riders.
lkeston Cycle Club are a friendly club, open to all cyclists of all abilities. We are affiliated to British Cycling, The CTT organisation for Time Trialists and the NDCXL for Cyclocross riders. We host regular social and training rides throughout the week, with riders of all abilities catered for.
Many people take up cycling as part of a lifestyle change, whether you are younger or older, CM is the ideal club to help you reach your goals. With our friendly group rides you can improve your cycling, make new friends and have fun, all at the same time.
Clubs & Led-Rides
Cycling with others is a great way to keep fit, build your riding confidence, learn new skills and make new friends!
You could join one of the local cycling clubs listed here or see below to access tools from Bikeability and British Cycling helping you find both volunteer-led rides as well as clubs local to your area.
HSBC UK Breeze offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities across the UK. It doesn’t matter if you’re keeping fit, young at heart, wise beyond your years, or even if you don’t know how to change gears. Every woman is welcome on our HSBC UK Breeze rides.
Sustrans Ranger Group
The Derby Sustrans volunteers work to maintain and improve the local National Cycle Network and promote cycling within Derby. Our activities include: maintenance task days on the Cloud Trail, running entry-level bike rides for anyone to join, clearing litter from local cycle paths and informing Derby City Council of any larger maintenance issue on the cycle path.