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Age Concern Surrey organises off-road rides in the area under the GO50 label.
Dorking Cycle Club - rides every Sunday at 9am from outside Dorking Sports Centre.
Dorking Raiders - training and events for juniors (up to 15 years) weekly (summer: Thursday evenings 6-7pm, winter: Sunday afternoons 1-2pm).
Elmbridge Cycle Group - information relevant to cycling in and around Elmbridge
Farnham Cycle Network details cycle routes in and around Farnham
Forty Plus Cycling Club: Surrey and Sussex Section organises Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday rides, some of which start in or near Mole Valley. Full runs list on the website.
Godalming Cycle Campaign aims to encourage non-motorised forms of transport by promoting awareness of the bicycle
G-BUG Guildford Bike User Group - making Guildford safe for cycling
Horsham District Cycling Forum campaigns to make cycling a safe, convenient and attractive transport option for people of all ages and abilities in the Horsham area.
Mountain Biking Surrey Hills, a group of bikers who come from Dorking and its surrounding area and who ride in the beautiful Surrey Hills at weekends and on the regular Wednesday night ride from Nirvana Cycles in Westcott.
The Muddymoles, a group of mountain bikers based in the Bookham/Fetcham area, who do most of their riding in Mole Valley.
Redhill Cycling Club organises races and rides, the latter often in the Mole Valley area.
SeeAbility in Leatherhead, has a Tandem Club which meets weekly to provide cycling opportunities for its visually impaired clients
South West London District Association of the CTC - organises Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday rides. The Downland section (Sunday rides) often start in or near Mole Valley. Full runs list on the website.
Waverley Cycle Forum - cycle strategy from Waverley's councillors, engineers and cyclists
West Surrey CTC organises rides mainly to the west of Mole Valley.
Woking Cycle Users’ Group provides information for cyclists and potential cyclists in and around Woking
YMCA East Surrey organises free cycle training rides from Redhill and cycling challenge events - in 2018 they are raising money to provide more spaces on children's disability playschemes which they run in East Surrey including Mole Valley
Discover Dorking website - a guide to the town and countryside
Discover Leatherhead website - a guide to the town and countryside
Cycling in Mole Valley - cycling information from Mole Valley District Council
Cycling in Surrey - cycling information from Surrey County Council's TravelSMART website
British Cycling (formerly British Cycling Federation) - the governing body for competitive cycling in Great Britain.
cyclenation (Cycle Campaign Network) - the UK national federation of cycle campaign groups, supporting cycling locally, regionally, nationally and in Europe.
Cycling UK (formerly CTC) - the national cyclists’ touring and campaigning organisation.
London Cycling Campaign - promoting better facilities and conditions for cyclists in the capital
Sustrans - the National Cycle Network and Safe Routes to School.
Cycle Routes in the Netherlands in English on a Dutch website
Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition - comprehensive site with info on every aspect of cycling on Vancouver Island
League of American Cyclists - the US equivalent of the CTC. They publish a fortnightly e-mail newsletter.
A to B Magazine's Bike/Rail Page with up-to-date info on bike carriage on trains.
Bike Biz. Bike Business - cycle trade news; some semi-useful stats about bike ownership.
BikeHub is a joint initiative of the Bicycle Association and the Association of Cycle Traders via the Bike Hub levy scheme. Articles on all aspects of cycling, plus regular news updates, available as an RSS feed.
BikeRegister. "The UK’s leading online bicycle identification and registration initiative aiming to reduce cycle theft, identify stolen bikes and assist in owner recovery". Free registration, plus paid-for options.
Cycle Chat "A friendly place for everyone with an interest in cycling." Forums covering nearly every aspect of cycling.
Cycle maps - UK directory of official council cycle maps on the web.
Cyclosport.org - Calendar of cycling events around the world.
John Franklin's cycling pages with information on the book Cyclecraft and numerous papers on cycling topics.
Sheldon Brown's cycle pages - information on all aspects of cycle maintenance.
A guide to safer cycling - helpful tips and advice on how to stay safe whilst cycling at night, during winter, and in other less-than-ideal situations.
Department for Transport publications relating to strategies for promoting cycling as an alternative form of transport for local journeys.
Home Zones - an attempt to strike a balance between vehicular traffic and everyone else who uses a street: the pedestrians, cyclists, business people and residents.
National Statistics - the official UK statistics site
Office of Public Sector Information for Government papers
Campaign for Better Transport (formerly Transport 2000) with links to useful websites
TRL - research reports including work on public transport, cycling and pedestrian facilities as well as other initiatives
US Department of Transport policy on cycling
Velo-City - bi-annual international conference on developing cycle-friendly towns and cities