2017 Ride Calendar (year so far)

If you are interested in joining any of these rides please follow the info on our Registration Page

More rides will be added as different club members post them in our Facebook group - as ever our Facebook Group is the place to be for the most up to date ride lists.

These rides are organised by a wide variety of members - if you're not on Facebook them please email us from this website & we can introduce you to the ride leader ahead of the ride so they know to expect you.


April 1st - York to Castle Howard via Kirkham Abbey/Malton

All are welcome to join me on a 45 mile loop starting at York station. Wheels roll at 10:30 and we start by making our way to the picturesque Kirkham Abbey where we stop for coffee. Lunch stop will be around mile 23 in Malton (TBC) where there are trains back to York if you fancy heading back sooner. We then make our way to Castle Howard before ending the ride back in York. I have done the route before and it's fine on a Brompton with no super steep hills to speak of (shock horror). It's a lovely route and I will do another test run soon just to confirm lunch stop etc. I hope you can make it :) A link to the route can be found below..Cheers!


May 6th - Dreaming Spires V2

10am - Oxford Railway Station

Approximately 30 miles, lunch, hills, spires, new cycle cafe (cousin of Zappi's). What's not to like.

Route coming soon ....


May 20th  - London (or Otford) to Whitstable

7am Trafalgar Square (80 mile route) (or 10am Otford Station: 50 mile route), & finishes on the beachfront in Whitstable, Kent.

Fish & Chips on the beach with Bromptons anyone? 

A summary of this ride is in prior years can be found on Mr Oranges' blog:http://www.myorangebrompton.com/2013/07/the-perfect-cycling-day-london-to.html

The Otford leg https://ridewithgps.com/routes/8098470

The full distance a previous year: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/7797594


June 10th - Brompton Adventures in Dorset

10am - Sandbanks/Studland, BH13 7QL Poole, Dorset

A ride around the beautiful coastline of the Jurassic Coast, the UKs first natural UNESCO world heritage site. Our route will go past the 2nd largest natural Harbour in the world and its islands, world famous beaches, romantic castles and beautiful green unspoilt countryside where the hills cascade down to the sparkling sea. It is also my cycling backyard so why not come along and I will show you around!!