Tuesday, Friday, Sunday 10:00 -15:00 club runs from Hickory Smokehouse, Shavington, CW2 5AF
Typically 40-60 miles at 13.5-15mph.
The mid week rides are extremely popular with our retired members who know pretty much all there is to know about cycling, including where the best scones are to be found. Sundays work for those who can't get out in the week. Expect a warm welcome, a good days riding with great company and great routes, expect to have cake, expect a "no drop" policy. The group has a Whatsapp chat to keep the members informed about who is out.
We also have various other groups who meet up for faster and / or longer rides who coordinate their ride details through Whatsapp chats, get in touch if you would like to know more details.
Insurance can be a slightly dull topic but is extremely important. Please read this section before joining us on a ride.
Cycle clubs have traditionally been very male dominated. CCW has a proud history of high achieving female riders and looks to actively encourage and support female riders in all aspects of club riding. Over the last year, female club membership has risen from 10% to 29% - bucking the national average of 18%. Clearly, we're doing something right.
All year round (weather permitting), the club organises a ladies ride on the first Saturday of the month, leaving Queen's Park Cafe at 10:00am.
Several female club members will ride with you on a pre-determined route with a cafe stop and a strict "no drop" policy. They will be able to support you and answer all of your cycling and club related questions.
The current ride is approx 50 miles at 12mph. In the pipeline is a secondary monthly ride of approx. 25 miles at 10-12mph.
Dates for upcoming rides can be seen in the calendar below. Full info on each ride, including a .gpx of the route, can be found on our Facebook events page.
Some of our ladies have also taken it upon themselves to lead ladies only Breeze rides for novice riders. While these are not official club rides, it is hoped they will encourage more and more ladies into the club. Follow the links below for more information.
For those new to club cycling, riding in a group can sometimes seem rather daunting. When riding in a group it is usual to ride in pairs and observe certain rules which are important for the safety and enjoyment of the ride. There are good reasons for this. Riding in pairs is more sociable, you can talk to the person next to you, and:
There are several club members who regularly ride gravel, roughstuff or mountain bike rides. The club has a Whatsapp chat group so they can coordinate their diaries.
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