The weather may be turning colder and wetter, but cycling isn’t just for the summer months you can still enjoy cycling this autumn, so don’t be deterred!
Charity cycling events
Even with the weather changing, there are lots of charity cycling events out there to choose from. Doitforcharity.com has loads of charity events to pick from. If you didn’t get the chance to do anything for charity over the summer, now is your chance! If there are no charity events in your local area before the end of the year, why not pick one for 2013 and start your training now. Not only will you be able to challenge yourself and build your endurance but you will be able to raise money for a good cause.
Enjoy the autumn scenery and go off road. If you’re not used to off road cycling, you can find trails in your local area on council websites. Going off road is a great way to discover new places and explore new areas and wildlife. Cycling trails are also a good activity to do as a family activity, get the whole family together!
Local cycling events
There are still loads of local cycling events continuing throughout the autumn months. The road.cc website is full of cycling events, keep checking it out as new ones are constantly added.
Join a cycling social group
If you need a reason, or need pushing to get out on your bike in the colder weather, why not try a cycling social group? Making new friends and cycling with other people is always fun and it’s a great way to encourage you to get out on your bike more, especially when the weather is bad.