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Aberdeen Wheelers
Although called Aberdeen Wheelers, this cycling club's members come from all over Aberdeenshire, notably from the Huntly, Inverurie, Westhill areas etc. Aberdeen Wheelers is the oldest surviving club in Aberdeen and is affiliated to the Scottish Cyclists Union, and also Aberdeen & District Cycling Association. It is run by a small group of enthusiastic cyclists, many of whom have been a member of the club for several years.
Visit their website for more information.
Deeside Thistle
Deeside Thistle Cycling Club (DTCC) celebrated its 50th anniversary during the winter of 2002-03. It is now entering its next 50 years with over 500 members. Not only does this make it the largest cycling clubs in Aberdeen but also one of the largest cycling clubs in Britain.
Over the years, the Deeside Thistle has produced a steady flow of top class riders including Olympians, representatives at the commonwealth games and national champions. Having said that, they cater for all standards from Novice to Expert and for all categories of riders from Juvenile (under 16s) to Veterans.
Throughout the year they offer members a selection of open and confined events, reliability rides and winter circuit training.
Visit their website for more information.
Deveron Cycling Club
Based in Banff, the Deveron Cycling club was formed in 2012 and aims to be a friendly, inclusive club to help people enjoy cycling whether they want to race or just get on their bikes to keep active. They have Saturday and Sunday morning rides from the harbour car park.
Visit their website for more information.
Ecosse Northboats
Team Ecosse Northboats, based in Inverurie, are primarily interested in providing a friendly and easy going environment in which to cycle, whether you are completely new to the sport or a seasoned veteran. All their rides are welcoming and safety conscious creatinig a relaxed atmosphere to cycle.
Visit their website for more information.
EcurieNeep Mountain Bike Club
EcurieNeep Mountain Bike Club was formed in 1993, by a group of cyclists who enjoy off-road mountain biking. The membership has grown steadily in recent years, (about 60 or so in 2004 ). The club has changed direction in the last few years; racing is rare and the social side of mountain biking has become far more important. The members enjoy the buzz and 'crack' from riding with friends on a Sunday or Wednesday and from the not infrequent evenings in the bar. The Neeps welcome both male and female riders.
Visit their website for more information.
Elgin CC
Based in the Moray town of Elgin, this mainly road based club club offers leasure rides, time trialling and road racing.
Through the winter they host spinning classes.
Visit their website for more information.
Forres CC
Forres Cycling Club, founded in 1938 is a small friendly club, based un-surprisingly in Forres. The club is essentially a road racing club however the membership consists of a wide variety of abilities and aspirations.
Visit their website for more information.

Grampian DA
The local District Association of the Cyclists Touring Club (CTC). They offer cyclists in the North East of Scotland an informal and friendly club which provides for all types of cyclists, to which newcomers are always welcome. They organise a run every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year, with Wednesday evening "Pub" runs from May to August, plus a couple of camping weekends per year.
Visit their website for more information.
Grampian Tigers
An Aberdeen based cycling club for youngsters. A few Aberdeenshire Cycle clubs have worked with Scottish Cycling to establish a Go-Ride club in Aberdeenshire. Go-Ride is British Cycling's Club Development Programme aimed at improving both young riders and clubs. Grampian Tigers is the result. The club is run by British Cycling trained coaches, all of whom have undergone the necessary checks to allow them to work with children.
Visit their website for more information.
Granite City Racing Team
An Aberdeen based racing team which competes nationally in Road Racing and Time Trials. Visit their website for more information and some superb photos of them in action.
Insch Cycling Club
A cycling club aimed at all abilities and ages based in Insch. Regular rides are organised to leave from Bennachie Leisure Centre through the week and at weekends.
Visit their website for more informatio.
Moray Mountain Bike Club
Based in Moray, this Mountain Bike Club caters for all types of Mountain biking, both competitive and recreational. The club is also in partnership with Forestry Commission Scotland to develop trails within Moray. Main areas of cycling promoted by the club include Leisure Off Road, MTB Downhill, MTB X-Country and Cyclo-Cross.
Visit their website for more information.
Moray Cycle Racing Team
Forres based road cycling club with the emphasis firmly on racing.
Further details from their FaceBook page.


Tease Coffee Crew Cycling Club
Tease Coffee Crew Cycling Club are a group of guys and girls looking to encourage everyone, whatever their level, to get on their bike. The emphasis is firmly on good coffee, cycling & craic. They are based in Banchory.
Further details from their FaceBook page.
Stonehaven Cycling Club
Stonehaven Cycling Club aim to provide a friendly, fun club for riders of all discplines and abilities. The club has grown rapidly since it's formation only a couple of years ago, and is now one of the biggest cycling clubs in the North east of Scotland and proudly boast an almost 50:50 split of male and female members.
Visit their website for more information.
Ythan Cycle Club
Based in Ellon, Ythan Cycle Club is a cycle club serving the North Aberdeenshire area. Membership is around 150, comprising mountain bikers, triathletes, tourists and occasional riders to dedicated racers. The Club was founded in 1987 from the ashes of Ellon District Cycle Club, and prides itself on being a friendly organisation dedicated to helping people have fun on bikes whether they race or just want to go for a pedal.
Ythan recently met the necessary requirements to receive GO-Ride club accreditation. Go-Ride is British Cycling's development programme for young people. The programme provides a fun and safe way to introduce young riders to the world of cycle sport and provides a platform to improve bike handling skills.
Visit their website for more information.

Gone, but not forgotten..
Not all clubs survive. Some go on for years where as others are short lived. Reasons vary - fashions change, sponsors invest elsewhere, the driving force in the club move away etc. Here are some of the Grampian clubs that are now consigned to memory:
Banchory Pedallers
Not a traditional cycle club, more a coming together of a group of people in Banchory with limited cycling experience but who wanted to cycle. They organised two group rides a week, one on a Tuesday evening and one on a Wednesday morning.
C21 Multisport
This Aberdeen based road cycling club had an emphasis firmly on racing. Aberdeen Multisport was set up in 1993, and over the years the team has had several sponsors resulting in variations to the clubs name. This did not detract from their considerable success at local and national level. The team finally finished at the end of 2007.
GS Corsa
An Aberdeen club that embraced all forms of road cycling including leasure rides, time trials and road racing. Dwindling membership brought the club to an end at the close of 2008.
Tri Changing Gear
Tri Changing Gear was a triathlon shop based in Inverurie that encouraged cyclists to purchase and compete in the Tri Changing Gear team kit. They organised evening cycle runs from the shop in the summer.
9 Zero Freewheelers
A mountain bike club formed by Ballater's fire brigade service, though it was open to non fire brigade personnel.



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