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Groups we work with

This page lists groups within Wiltshire that we work with. Some of these groups are very sporty, while some are more for gentle leisure riders, or for people who want to improve cycling facilities.

Ridesocial lets you organise your own bike rides using your favourite routes. Share your ride for local cyclists to join and before you know it you have your own cycling group.

Amesbury and the Bourne Valley

The Bourne Valley working group of the Amesbury Area Board which brings together Wiltshire Council, Sustrans, local parish councils and other stakeholders to discuss cycle improvements along the Bourne Valley to connect Salisbury, the Winterbournes, Porton and  Amesbury.

COGS is also active in this area.

Bradford on Avon

Bradford on Avon Climate Friendly have an active travel group.


Chippenham Wheelers cater for riders of all ages and abilities, with a strong focus on developing young cyclists.  They run five annual time trial events as well as weekly rides for young people and senior people in the summer. The Castle Combe circuit is also used for a variety of cycling experiences for children, such as lessons in bike handling skills from qualified instructors in the British Cycling Go-Ride scheme.


Corsham Cycling Club welcomes riders of all levels and abilities and aims to have a training ride every weekend as well as ad hoc rides at riders’  discretion.

Corsham Town Council   have an interest in promoting cycling, although there is no formal voluntary group.


The Devizes Air Quality and Transport group work on improving cycle facilities. You can contact us for more information.

Devizes Town Cycling Club caters for all abilities. There are regular rides taking in some of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside.


The Malmesbury Area Path Group looks at improving paths in and around Malmesbury.


Marlborough Transition has an active travel group which promotes cycle infrastructure improvements in the town.

Friends of the Railway Path  promotes improvements to the railway path (NCN 482) which links Marlborough to Swindon.

Pewsey and surrounding area

Cycling Pewsey is a small road cycling club based in Pewsey, Wiltshire.

Members, who must be 18 or over, come from the village and surrounding area. The purpose of the Club is to provide members with the opportunity to enjoy a ride with other cyclists of a similar standard to themselves rather than just cycle on their own.

We ride on Sundays and ad hoc days during the week from Pewsey, weather permitting, always stopping at a cafe. Rides are typically from just under 30 and up to 50 miles, with an average speed of between 13 and 16 mph, depending on length and hilliness. As a small club, we currently ride as a single group of normally around 5 to 10 riders.

Riding as a single group, we never leave anyone behind and, if necessary, always regroup during the ride.

For more information about the Club, send an email to

Salisbury and southern Wiltshire

COGS bike (The Cycling Opportunities Group for Salisbury) runs a programme of family leisure rides, weekday evening rides and various Sunday rides throughout the year. They also campaign to improve all kinds of facilities for cyclists in the area, from cycle paths to cycle parking, and keep cycling safety at the forefront of local issues and developments.

There is also the Salisbury Cycle Liaison Panel which meets quarterly. It brings together Wiltshire Council, Salisbury Town Council, COGS, Sustrans and other members on an adhoc basis. It’s focus is to give feedback about proposed improvements and co-ordinate between the partners. For more information please contact COGS or

The Salisbury Road and Mountain biking club offers the people of Salisbury and surrounding area a fun and safe way to train and socialise within the cycling environment.

The Charford Way group promotes improvements to cycle routes between Salisbury and Alderholt linking Alderbury, Whaddon and Downton.

Sarum Velo promotes having fun and enjoying cycling, be it going out with a few mates or a group on a club run.


Tidworth Freeride manages and maintains Tidworth Freeride Bike Park for mountain biking.


The Black Cannon Collective is a local mountain bike (MTB) club based around Longleat forest, and is run by local mountain bikers. The purpose of the club is to support and develop the local MTB community and MTB trails.

The Warminster Cycle Group organises regular rides including the annual Warminster Wobble  and campaigns for cycle improvements in the area.


Westbury Wheelers is a club for riding and socialising. They run off-road rides in winter and on-road rides in summer.

Wider area

The Kennet & Avon canal path user group looks at managing and improving the canal path which runs through Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Melksham, Devizes and Pewsey

The Campaign for Better Transport have a Bath area group which covers areas around western Wiltshire.

Sustrans Ranger groups

This group organises social rides and workdays as well as supporting the maintenance of the National Cycle Network.

West Wiltshire: contact Tony Hack on

Swindon, Kennet, Pewsey and North Wilts: contact Lew Lawton on

The current maps showing where improvements may be made can be seen on Wiltshire Council’s website. These were published in 2011 and are due to be updated in 2015. Many of the groups listed above co-ordinate feedback to the council about these networks.

Areas around Swindon

MTB Swindon is an independent mountain biking club that runs rides, holidays, training courses and social events. Some of these are in the wider Wiltshire area.

Swindon Road Club is open to anyone interested in cycling for enjoyment, fitness or sport. They run regular rides and promote time trials in the Wiltshire area.

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