Bigfoot Go Riding

Welcome. Bigfoot Go Riding is a website that provides information on cycle rides arranged by the Bigfoot Youth Cycle Club – a club run by volunteers, non-profit making and based in Hayes, Kent. We are pleased to be supported by the Bigfoot Cycle Club and other local cycle clubs.

Many of the rides are open to the public - for adults and children, including adults riding without children. We have a range of rides both on and off road, with a wide variety of rides to suit a wide variety of interests and abilities - from 'easy peasy' to challenging. Interested? Read on! Have a look at this website's content - and click 'Contact' in the main menu to find out more and/or to receive future ride notifications


Everything you need to know can be found here (our 'Ride Guide Ride Rules')

There are some extra rules and requirements to help control the risks associated with the Covid 19 virus and they can be found here (updated 30/1/2022)

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Please go to our Contact tab in the menu


Saturday 15th October - The Squirrel Run - Family Ride

THE SQUIRRELS NEED YOU! Here is a lovely easy ride through quiet leafy roads to Kelsey Park and back. Only 8 miles for the round trip. We will spend an hour or so feeding the squirrels (we will provide the nuts) in the park and making the most of the café and playground. You are welcome to join us. The ride is suitable for young people, adults and children, including adults without children – in fact anyone who fancies the ride and feeding squirrels

Full ride details are here

Having read all the details and if you want to come please register via the link below. Please note we have to limit numbers, the associated process is explained in the above link to the ride details.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and our rides:

Full details of British Cycling's position can be found on the British Cycling website.

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