Activities

2014 will be another busy year for the club. Right now there are only a few dates for your diary but this will change once further news arrives of the Club 10s and the Club Time Trial Series, as well as one-off events like a visit to the newport Velodrome for example.

Get involved with the club and if you want to add any dates or organise something, email the details in. As usual the Sunday club runs will be taking place, and there are plenty of other rides which tend to get organised on the forum.

2014 Calendar

Sun 9 FebClub Sporting 14 - Gil Jessop Memorial TT
Mon 24 FebAnnual General Meeting
Sat 8 MarClub Surrey League Road Races
Sat 27 SepJohn Bornhoft Memorial Hill Climb
Sat 11 OctClub Road Race Champs
TBCHillingdon Coaching Day


For more on the Club 10s, see the time trialling page. In addition to the club events above, there is the designated Club TT Series, a series of events run by other clubs but where the aim is to race together. For more on the Club TT Series click here.

Regular events throughout the year

Sunday club runs
We meet every Sunday morning at 9.00 am, come rain or shine at the junction of Portsmouth Road and Brighton Road in Surbiton, in front of the Laithwaites wine shop. For information on the routes, average speeds and club run FAQs, click here.
 

Club nights
Every Thursday night from 8.00 pm.

This is the chance for members to meet face to face and discover what everyone else looks like when they are not wearing lycra. The venue is normally the The Druid's Head pub in Market Place, Kingston. Previously known as the Hogshead, members meet in the left-hand section of the pub if you enter from the market. There is bike parking in the, or alternatively to the left of the alley you will find an alley, and enter beer garden via fence-looking gate to leave your bike in the garden. Members tend to arrive from 8.00 pm onwards.

But the venue can change, check the online forum to be sure where members are meeting up on the evening.

If you're interested in joining the club, please feel free to come along.