About Stevenage Cycling Club

Published
11 Feb 2017

We offer the area's cyclists a warm welcome, regular training rides and lots of help and advice from members with years of experience.

Our membership profile contains a broad range of ages from youngsters to veterans. If you are looking for a more challenging ride and perhaps considering sportives or racing, Stevenage Cycling Club is the club for you.

If you can comfortably ride 40 miles at an average of 16 -17 miles an hour, just turn up at one of our Sunday morning club rides. If you'd like to chat with one of our ride organisers about any rides, you are more than welcome

A racing bike is essential but it doesn't need to be an expensive one. Please make sure your bike is mechanically sound with good tyres and brakes and don't forget to bring spare inner tubes, a pump, some drink and food

Our history

Stevenage Cycling Club was formed in 1966 by founding members Les King, Jack Brace and Bryan Harrison. Over the years the club has promoted and organised many open time trials and road races as part of prestigious national series such as the Pete Fryer Trophy.

Affiliations

Stevenage Cycling Club are affiliated to the two main cycling bodies in the UK, British Cycling and Cycling Time Trials. We're also affiliated to the Eastern Counties Cycling Association (ECCA). 

Join the club

We know that joining a cycling club can be a bit daunting so we make every effort to put you at ease from the beginning. You're quite welcome to come and try one of our regular rides and there's no ride fee. There's no pressure to join but once you've decided, the annual membership fee is only £15.

Contact us

If you have any questions about Stevenage Cycling Club, our rides, events or thinking of joining, please do get in touch via the Contact page.

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