A recent ride

Wed 26 December, 2018

Weird cyclists on weird bikes are part of Oxford culture and no one batted an eye as these 12 made their way to the Broad Street meeting point. Once assembled, however, it was a different matter. Tourists queuing up to take pictures of what they imagined to be an ancient Oxford tradition. Not so! The tweed ride was the first of what may indeed one day become a tradition. Meanwhile, the sales assistant in the Fine Woollens & Tweeds shop was delighted to see this resurgence of the old fashioned look (see photo). Full details ¬Ľ

Forthcoming rides and events

  • Sun 17 February, 2019

    Sunday ride to Witney and Leafield

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    A fairly flat ride at the start and finish, but with a few lumpy bits in the middle – but this is the Cotswolds, after all ūüôā

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  • Sun 24 February, 2019

    Sunday ride to Waterperry and Chalgrove

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    A short ride, joint with Isis Cyclists as far as coffee at Waterperry. This ride is a second try for lunch at the Red Lion in Chalgrove after the last visit was cancelled by the weather forecast. Just a few hills in the morning and afternoon.

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  • Sun 3 March, 2019

    Sunday ride to Frilford and Faringdon

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    A ride through the Vale of White Horse on the way to the Bell Hotel’s legendary carvery lunch. A loop north of the Thames to leads us back to Oxford. A mostly flat ride with hills before the coffee and lunch stops to whet the appetite.

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Featured blog article

Cycle lights – James’ guide

9 December 2018

Winter time is upon us, so it is time to check your lights are working So, how should a cyclist be lit? A summary of the not straightforward “The Road Vehicles Lighting and Goods Vehicles (Plating and Testing) (Amendment) Regulations 2009”¬†can be found here :-https://www.cyclinguk.org/cyclists-library/regulations/lighting-regulations. In summary, legally you need a¬†BS¬†6102/3¬†front and BS¬†6102/3¬†rear lights and‚Ķ Read More »

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 Рwhich 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.