Retired, work part-time or shifts, enjoy being out in the countryside? Then cycle the lanes and byways of Cheshire and surrounding areas with Chester Easy Riders: you won't get left behind.
Chester Easy Riders is an independent cycling club affiliated to Cycling UK. We cycle every Thursday throughout the year with moderate and brisk day rides of 40 to 80 miles.

For more information see the About Us tab.

Special Rides

Special/novelty rides coming up (see below)
Special or novelty rides are organised throughout the summer riding season to provide something different.  Rides typically explore areas further afield or include a different riding experience.  Special rides tend to be very popular so members are advised to register their interest online as soon as possible after registration opens.  Entry to rides is normally closed when numbers reach 12 riders.

Local audax events
For further information contact the organiser or Audax UK.  Full details and entry forms are available from the Audax website.

Special/novelty rides
10th Anniversary Special Ride April 26th: Chester and the Wirral

It was on April 24th in 2008 that Bryan led out five riders on the inaugural CER ride to Frankby. To recognise our 10 years as a successful “easy riding” club, Bryan has kindly agreed to lead out essentially the same ride as part of our celebrations of 10 very successful years. 

Bryan writes:
Join me on the 26th April as we retrace the route of CER’s inaugural ride.  We meet at the Chester Little Roodee for a prompt 9:45 start with elevenses at Ness Gardens.  The ride itself will be a gentle easy paced ride following the original route out through Blacon, Saughall and Two Mills via Lodge Lane.  Here we take the new farm bridge over the A494, rather then shouldering bikes for a dash across the dual carriageway as we did on the first ride.  On leaving Ness we follow the Wirral Way to Caldy before turning inland for lunch at The Farmers Arms now The Old Rathbone pub in Frankby where lunch is booked for 12:30.
The return ride will follow the original route as far as Willaston but will then head back to Ness Gardens for afternoon tea (as the original tea stop has now closed).  The final leg back to Chester will cross Burton Marshes and then follow the Greenway.  Overall distance about 45 miles.

See the original ride description on the blog at http://chestereasyriders.blogspot.co.uk/2008/12/inaugural-ride-24th-april-2008-frankby.html

Demand for this ride is high so register your interest by leaving a comment below or contact Bryan or Steve T.  Lunch numbers for the pub need to be confirmed by Monday 23rd April.

Signed up as of 19.03.2018:
Riding: Bryan, Clive, Steve T, Steve H, John M, Dave & Liz, Ivan, David M, Vicky & Graham Payne, Trevor, Keith B, Jim, Andy W, Dave H,
Lunch only: Macca, 

If you wish to join, please add your name as a comment below or contact Steve Tan or Bryan.


  1. I'm planning to come and hopefully on my bike, if not by car.

  2. As Graham was on that first ride and was an easy rider regular until life intervened, we hope to join you on the tandem.

    Vicky & Graham Payne

  3. Please add my name to the list. Thanks