Wakefield District Cycle Forum - promoting and campaigning for cyclists
Wakefield District Cycle Forum

Wakefield District Cycle Forum

Wakefield District Cycle Forum is not your usual cycle club – WDCF is much more than that.

cycling is good for you, the environment, and it's fun

Want to ride?

We introduce new or rusty riders to the fun of cycling, with a programme of graded guided rides. Start with easy, largely off-road trails, progress through longer rides and then try our strenuous road rides with further to travel before the first essential refreshment stop. 

No-one gets left behind and you will get guidance before you start to help you judge whether you’re ready for the challenge.

Latest News

You’ll see from the Rides and Events pages that we’ve three Santa rides coming up in December on the 10th, 15th and 16th, so get your bike dressed up ready and choose the most convenient one for you.

Don’t panic- in the chaos of getting ready for your seasonal family gathering, whether Christmas, Hannukah, Diwali or the winter solstice, you haven’t overlooked the Cycle Forum’s annual dinner.

To avoid the crush, we’ve decided this year’s get together will take place on January 25th 2024, at Dimple Well Lodge Hotel in Ossett at 6.30 for 7 pm.  For only £25.95 a head, it will be a three-course festive meal with a choice of 5 options for each course and a fun quiz. 

To join us, download the booking form on the Events page, check the menu choices and complete and send it off as directed, ASAP.

Join Us

We don’t just talk, we act.  Our working parties lay new routes and clear existing ones. We are an advocate for local cyclists, promoting new routes, linking existing ones and challenging the obstruction of cycle routes. 

We organise many FREE events, including cycle skills courses, Bike Doctor sessions, Basic Bicycle Maintenance Days and information stalls. 

The larger our numbers, the greater our influence.  Fill in the application form and pay  £5 for lifetime membership.

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