Welcome to Ribble Valley Cycling and Racing Club

As one of Preston’s foremost Cycling Clubs, we have a tradition of providing cycling opportunities for people of all ages for more than 60 years.  Whether you’re an experienced rider, or someone who wants a leisurely hobby to take part in, we’re sure to have something for you. Please have a look around our site, there’s plenty to see.

Joining our Cycling Club is a great way to get the most out of your cycling.  Whether you are an experienced racer or a complete beginner, there is nothing better than riding with like-minded cyclists to improve your fitness, develop your skills and challenge yourself.

The club currently has well over 100 members and the cycling activities we take part in include Road Racing, Time Trialling, Mountain Biking, Weekly Club Runs, Social Rides, Touring, Audax, Sportives, Track Cycling at the Velodrome, Cyclo-Cross, Training Rides, Spinning and more…

Information about Ribble Valley Cycling Club membership including costs and benefits, can be found on our membership page.

If there is something you would like to know about us, a number questions are answered on our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page.

If you feel Ribble Valley Cycling Club is for you, or if you want some more information, please contact us.

We hope you enjoy looking at our site and look forward to welcoming you as a member!

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Ribble Valley CRC Annual Prize Presentation 2019

The Ribble Valley Cycling and Racing Club Annual Prize Presentation will take place on Saturday 30th November 2019. Once again it will be held at Tino's. Tickets are still £25.00 per Adult and £12.50 per child (junior, under 18 year old). Dan Clarke (solo musician) will be entertaining us again after the presentations, followed by a disco till the small hours.

Members should check their email for menu details and how to purchase tickets.

Please see the Ribble Valley CRC Annual Prize Presentation 2019 event page for more details.

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