Our story

Bigfoot Youth CC was formed in 2009, when it was initially called Bigfoot Go-Ride. The club is a "Go-Ride" club under the auspices of British Cycling, and aims to develop cycle skills and encourage cycle racing among children. Our activities are delivered by a dedicated team of volunteers, and the club is managed by a volunteer board of directors.

We have four sections:

  • the Balance Bikes branch, for children yet to learn to ride a pedal bike (launched in 2021), term time Saturday morning sessions.

  • the Mini branch, for children aged 5 to 7 (launched in 2015), term time Saturday morning sessions.

  • the Junior branch, for children aged 7 to 11 (launched in 2009), term time Saturday morning sessions.

  • the Youth branch for secondary school age children (launched in 2014), term time Monday and Thursday evening sessions.

In addition to this, other rides, races and activities fill the calendar.

All four together form the junior division of Bigfoot CC a local cycling club that was named after Bigfoot Bike Shop in Hayes (which is now Panagua Bikes).

A not-for-profit limited company

Bigfoot Youth Cycle Club Ltd was formed on Monday 29 October 2018 after the club decided to move the club's activities from being run by an 'unincorporated' organisation to an 'incorporated' Company Limited by Guarantee. The reason for the change was to enable to club itself (rather than individual committee members) to enter into contracts and hold assets on behalf of the club.

In the section below you will find legal information about the company, along with minutes of Directors' meetings.

We have a meeting each month to plan and organise the club’s activities and we would welcome anyone from our club to come to the meeting (whether to provide comments, to help the running of the club or to see what we get up to!).

Directors meeting minutes