Cycle Malvern aims to be part of efforts to move everyday cycling forward in the Malvern area of Worcestershire, working with other groups locally and across the county. You can contact us via the form below.

Cycle Malvern relaunched in October 2020, initially largely working online. It is currently an informal group operating under the umbrella of Transition Malvern Hills, which takes action to tackle the climate crisis and other environmental issues.

As well as this website there is a Facebook group, where you can join in with discussions and activities, and a Twitter account. See these for news and information on developments, or the news section here.

Neighbouring groups include Bike Worcester and Ledbury Area Cycling Forum (also see more local links). Cycle Malvern has joined with others to form Worcestershire Active Travel Partnership, to work together particularly in relation to the county council – the highways authority. (For instance, we asked candidates in the 2021 county elections to ‘Act on Active Travel’ – read responses from elected candidates.)


The original Cycle Malvern group operated 2007 to 2010, with its first meeting October 2007. It organised short social cycle rides, also promoting cycling and improved facilities in the area. This website has existed in some form since then, with a complete revamp in 2020 – the site is managed by John Howes.


Please do to get in touch if you are want to get involved or make suggestions on improving and increasing cycle use in Malvern, with comments on the website etc. We will only use your email address to reply, where appropriate.