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A guide to riding your motorbike in Crewe

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Best roads to explore

in Crewe

Bike clubs

in Crewe

A guide to riding your motorbike in Crewe

Located in Cheshire East, Crewe is primarily a railway town and home to the historic Crewe railway station, a key gateway to North West England.


Quaint and picturesque, it is hard to believe that Crewe was a hub of speedway racing in the 20s and 30s, hosting the likes of Phil Crump (father of three-time Speedway World Champion Jason Crump and Les Collins (brother of Peter Collins, widely considered Britain’s most successful speedway rider).


Today, it is a quietly bustling town gearing up for the HS2 high-speed rail connection that is expected to make Cheshire East one of the country’s most connected areas.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Crewe

Best roads to explore

Bikers on a tour of areas near Bristol or Manchester often drive 4-5 hours or about 43 miles from Ironbridge to Nantwich to enjoy the beautiful country lanes around the River Tern and Weaver.

One attraction here is the Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker. Dating back to World War II, it houses a vast collection of Cold War and military memorabilia, including one of the world’s largest collections of decommissioned nuclear weapons.

Crewe station is only five miles away, connecting you to Manchester and all parts of the UK. An d if you’re interested in the history and heritage of railways, it is worth your while to visit the Crewe Heritage Centre.

Another route to explore is A34 from Monks Heath to Congleton. Bikers have been seen to do it as part of their circuit in Cheshire. If you like rural motor biking, this route can be right up your alley.

There’s a mix of straight uphill roads and bumpy terrain, which adds more fun to the proceedings. You can drive at top speed here, and make the most of a couple of knee-down corners and blind crests on bends.

There aren’t many cops patrolling the area, so you can get a bit adventurous. However, you want to watch out for the mud and crud that farmers spill on the roads.

Other rides and routes to consider are:

A41 : Chester to Tong

A49 : Warrington to Ludlow

A49 : Warrington to Ross on Wye

A51 : Nantwich to Stone

A54 : Buxton to Macclesfield

A55 : Chester to Holyhead

A535 : Alderly Edge to Holmes Chapel

Best roads to explore

Bike clubs

Cheshire is home to a number of bike clubs that attract like-minded motorcyclists. Here are some popular ones:

Roadrunners Wirral is open to riders across all abilities and experience. They organize frequent ride outs, and fortnightly tours and pub meets. Charity rides and European tours are also part of the membership package if you decide to join!

South Cheshire Motorcycle Club is open to bikers from South Cheshire and surrounding areas. Around since 2005, members meet at the Hops Bar on Prince Albert Street. Membership is free.

Breakneck Riders MCC makes it very clear that it is not a family-oriented motorbike club. To be eligible for membership, you need to ride a 500CC motorcycle or above.

Rogue Riders MCC meets at it own clubhouse every Thursday.

Two biker events in May you may want to attend

The You’ve Been Nabbed (YBN25) rally is organized by the National Association for Bikers with a Disability (NABD). It will be held between 6th and 8th May.

The event will feature over 20 live bands, a stand-up comedy show, a bike/trike show by 100% Biker magazine, and serve beer and wines at very economical prices. Expect a number of trade stalls, a big raffle, three discos, food trucks, and children’s entertainment at the event. Held at Astle Park, Chelford, this is one for all biking enthusiasts.

The 45th Cheshire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show, being held on 29th and 30th May at Capesthorne Hall. This event is recommended for anyone with an interest in classic auto mobiles.

Alongside a number of iconic classic sports cars, you can catch an array of classic bikes, with representation from all the big classic bike makers, including Velocettes, Norton and BSA.  

Biker-friendly watering holes

The best way to make friends with like-minded bikers and keep up with the latest on biking events and clubs is to simply hang out at local biker-friendly watering holes. Even if there aren’t any in Crewe, you can always ride out to the best ones in the rest of Cheshire.

Bikers Food Emporium in Runcorn is open all year round, and hosts bike night every Tuesday and Thursday.

Bike N Hounds in Hyde is a popular spot for live music across genres such as Blues, Punk, Rock and Metal. It is owned and operated by bikers and caters to the biking crowd.

Church House Inn is a family-run pub in Congleton and the gathering place for the Congleton Motorbike and Trials Riders Club, Wyche Classic Motorbike Club, and Beartown Bikers Club. It serves a delectable menu of home-cooked food and real ales in the beer gardens located at the pub’s front and rear.

Coffee 500 in the industrial town of Widnes hosts bike night every Tuesday and regular Biker Down events.

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