We like riding bikes!

We are a diverse group of people living in the Bishops Castle area with one thing in common - we like riding bikes! We organise rides for riders of all abilities, and we are affiliated to Cycling UK for the protection of all.

Rides are on the first Wednesday of the month. Rides are normally "meet at destination" rides, enabling riders of all abilities to meet at a place and time to socialise together.

In addition, an informal "further, faster" group meets each Wednesday at the Six Bells Pub. You should use the link below to contact us if you think you might want to join this ride for the first time, so that we can let you know if it's going to be right for you.

Write for this Site!

This site needs your help - have you something to say? Have you done a Castle Cyclists ride you want to write about? Go ahead, this is your site!

If you write something you want included, then please just bear in mind my advice which follows:

  • You will need to email your written piece to me, Maxine, at castlecyclists@gmail.com. 
  • Please don't attempt to format anything, the less formatting the better. Just write it all in your email.
  • Include in an introductory sentence the date of the ride, and where it was to - this will form a part of the attribution and indexing.
  • Also please tell me in your email the first names of anyone in a photograph you are using, making sure I can tell who's in which picture. Also please make sure they are happy to have their picture on the web, I will use it unless I am told otherwise!
  • Please don't put your photos within the text you have written, but include them as attachments to your email, as many as you can!
  • Try to stick to 250 words or so, people get bored if it goes on and on. 200 words is good, 300 is an absolute maximum. If it's more than that I might have to edit it, if you keep it short, I won't touch it.
  • Your name will go at the beginning of anything you write, so you will get the credit.

Good luck, and thank you!

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