A featured ride

Sun 29 January, 2023

We had a good ride – grey start and chilly but not as much as recent times. Nice round about route on quiet country lanes for lovely brunch at the Tipi cafe at Preston Bissett Nursery sausage rolls and carrot and cardamon cake were popular and generous mugs of coffee. The majority of riders who train-ed out to Bicester in the morning (always an adventure!) took advantage of the brightening skies to ride back to Oxford. Full details »

Forthcoming rides and events

  • Sun 26 March, 2023

    AGM ride to Eynsham and Long Hanborough

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    A short ride to the AGM at Eynsham Cricket Club, Cassington Rd, Eynsham. Arrive 10.30 for 11.00 AGM. After the AGM, a short ride to lunch in Long Hanborough with a longer loop after lunch. Click here to download the AGM agenda.  

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  • Sun 30 April, 2023

    Sunday ride to Stratton Audley and Chearsley

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    You will deserve some cake after a longish ride to coffee at Stratton Audley Barn and last time there was an astonishing selection. We will then ride south east to one of our regular lunch stops at Chearsley. With luck we can eat in their garden.

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  • Sat 1 July, 2023

    Rebellion Way 1st-5th July

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    Rebellion Way Ride The Rebellion way ride is the latest Cycling UK long distance trail. The Oxford group are organising a tour at the beginning of July 2023. Numbers on the ride will be limited to around 10 people. Please email Phil Poole (phil@oxfordcycling.uk ) to express your interest. The route is a mixed road and off-road trail, so it is essential that you are riding on a gravel compatible bike. This is an absolute rule for this ride and no exceptions will apply. If in doubt consult a ride leader about whether your bike complies. The leaders will provide a…

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About us

Our cycling club is based in Oxford and we run regular Sunday rides, usually leaving at 9:30am from Broad Street. One of our experienced ride leaders takes us into the country at an average pace of around 20 kph – which means riding at 22-24 kph on the flat. We stop for coffee, when riders choose either to return to Oxford or to continue on to lunch. We welcome new riders to join our friendly group, lovers of the 3 Cs: coffee, cakes and chat. Click here for more details.

You can view a list of our past Annual General Meetings by clicking here.