Kings Lynn MTB


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Club Information

Club type: Club
Affiliated: 31/12/2020
Affilation status: Active

Total club members: 93

About our club

King’s Lynn MTB Club, established in 2014, is a British Cycling affiliated cycling club for those that enjoy riding socially, competing or just being part of a group of like-minded people. Based in Norfolk the club’s main off-road terrain is Shouldham Warren. Many of our club members also ride the trails around Thetford Forest plus other local routes along the Nar Valley Way and Peddars Way.

We organise rides to cater for every ability – from the mountain bike novice to the seasoned cross country racer. For all training and social rides we try to give plenty of notice before the event, with rides normally being posted on our Facebook page. For the 2015 season we organised 7 club events alongside hosting Round 7 of the Eastern Cross Country Series – Mud, Sweat and Gears. 2015 also saw us organise and host the inaugural Shouldham Enduro 6 hour event which we hope will become an annual event.

For the racers regular training rides at various locations both on and off road are offered. We don’t just ride during the day; in the darker months we go night riding (lights are a must!), which is an experience in itself, both on and off road.

For children and female cyclists, King’s Lynn MTB Club will be organising Summer GoRide coaching, which could also include some racing as they develop their skills and confidence on the bike.
We are always looking for helpers from volunteer’s to maintain and open up new trails to marshals helping out at our club events.

For more information/queries please email our club secretary Steve Collins on

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We are open to

Youths/Juniors (under 16s)
Adults (over 16)
Female Cyclists
Male Cyclists
Novice riders (rides up to 1hr)
Intermediate riders (1-3 hrs)
Advanced riders (rides 3hr+)
Racing cyclists

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