Latest news:

6 April 2010
New regular rides and new rider advice added.

7 April 2010
Meeting places with maps added

Welcome to the website for Bristol Mountain Bike Club

2007 Bristol BikeFest
photo by Sam Cooper

BMBC is a club for mountain bike riders in and around Bristol, plus our friends around the UK and overseas. The club has a lot going on for riders of all interests and abilities. Whether you are after a gentle ride on the cycle paths, a quick blast around the local trails, hacking round one of the nearby purpose built trail centres, racing XC, all day back-country epics or uplift days at downhill courses, you are sure to find some like-minded people to ride with. Throughout the year, you’ll find us out on the trails - after work, dodging the housework on Sunday, escaping for a weekend trip, or taking holidays abroad. It’s not all riding, the club organises social events as well, and we have our website so we can chat, plan and share our photos. Find out more about the club here.

Take a tour around our site to find out more about us and look at what our members are getting up to. If you like what you see, why not join – all are welcome.

Recent Forum Posts
by richK on 24 Feb 2015 at 07:24
See you there!
by johnny on 23 Feb 2015 at 16:14
Anybody out tomorrow 630 north road lights would be needed.
by chrismw on 20 Feb 2015 at 17:54
Quantocks has a higher chance of rain, but is closer if that affects peoples thinking. The looping nature of the route also means it's amenable to being cut short (can you tell my riding preference yet? ;) )
Quantocks … Read more
by IainW on 20 Feb 2015 at 17:37
To be fair to the horse, I don't think it was trying to steal sandwiches, it just had no sense of personal space.
by chrismw on 20 Feb 2015 at 17:35
The guide book I pulled the route from originally said "killer". If all you did were laps of Ashton Court then the route would be a wake up call, but the closest you'll get to a killer is an aggressive, sandwich-pinching horse at the Dead Woman's … Read more