Local Bikers
Motorbike communities


All the current available local communities and the ability to submit a new community.

To view more information, hover your mouse cursor over any community name for detailed information.
If you have a community you would like to appear on Local Bikers® (or think your area could benefit from one), use the submission form to notify us.

Community Information...

• Derby Bikers
• Hull & Yorkshire Bikers
• Nottingham Bikers
• Sheffield & Yorkshire Bikers

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Derby Bikers

Founded: 2011
Website: http://www.derby-bikers.co.uk

Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/derbybikers
Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/derbybikers

By request, this local biker community was formed in the summer of 2011 which created a link between Nottingham Bikers and the surrounding areas in Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire.

A group of local motorcyclists are ensuring this community gets its wheels turning.

Hull & Yorkshire Bikers

Founded: 2003
Website: http://www.hullbikers.co.uk

Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hullbikers
Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hullbikers

Created in the summer of 2003 and formally known has 'Hull Bikers', this was originally created as a project - due to there being virtually no local bike websites in the Hull region. Its member base gradually grew year upon year and it was clear to see the idea had proved ever popular. This was the start of a new era for this regions motorcyclists.

From the beginning, Hull & Yorkshire Bikers has been a very popular resource for the local bikers of Yorkshire. It's uniqueness of being one of the very few local communities made it stand out from other such websites.

Hull & Yorkshire Bikers played a large part in the Hull Royal Infirmary Maternity Unit fund raiser in December 2004. Over two thousand pounds were donated, in the hope of giving premature babies an increased chance of survival.

In 2005, over £200 was also donated to NABD (national association for bikers with a disability), with donations collected from a past members funeral.

Through different reincarnations of websites and hosting issues, the website is still active and regularly visited.

Nottingham Bikers

Founded: 2006
Website: http://www.nottinghambikers.co.uk

Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nottinghambikers
Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/nottinghambikers

The third of the websites, was created in late 2006 as an incentive to achieve the same success as previous websites (Hull & Sheffield).

Nottingham was slow to lift off but has shown great potential and is slowly starting to bring the local biking community together. Nottingham Bikers is still a small close-knit community but will no doubt follow in the footsteps of its predecessors.

Sheffield & Yorkshire Bikers

Founded: 2005
Link: http://www.sheffieldbikers.co.uk

Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sheffieldbikers
Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/sheffieldbikers

Consequent upon a the first websites success (Hull & Yorkshire Bikers), this website was spawned in winter 2005 as a sister site to accommodate members from further a field. The members are mainly based around the Sheffield area, thus the website was aptly named 'Sheffield & Yorkshire Bikers'. Word of mouth helped create yet another community of bikers and is still becoming ever popular.

This community has brought together people of all ages, with one common interest and has formed friendships that will last longer than the internet itself. Why this community continues to flourish, is due entirely to the way of thinking of its membership. Similar communities exist - some are based on a locality and some are based on a specific topic. This community is one based on both a locality: "Yorkshire", and a topic: "Motorcycling".

The community encompasses all age groups and is driven purely by a very distinctive community spirit. New members are made to feel welcome and valued in a friendly environment. Long-term subscribers feel valued by being able to offer both friendship as well as advice to new members. Members from outside of the Yorkshire area also enjoy the atmosphere and the camaraderie that comes from being seen and recognised as a part of this community.

Community Submission Form

Do you know of a local community that you would like to have displayed on this website? Or are you interested in creating a local community for your own regional area? With this form you may submit a community to Local Bikers®.

Only local communities need apply (no clubs or national websites). We reserve the right to decline inappropriate submissions.





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