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Reading CC has been promoting cycling in Berkshire since 1974. With over 200 members, the club is dedicated to giving cyclists the opportunity to race, ride and enjoy life on two wheels. We have something on offer for all sporting riders, with a series of evening time trials throughout the racing season, several social rides every week along with road racing, sportives, audax and cyclo-cross. The club welcomes new members to participate in all these activities. Please browse the site to learn more about us, and don't hesitate to contact a member of the committee for further information.

Autumn Reliability Trial - November 9th sticky icon

No clubruns from the Town Hall this Sunday, as it's the inaugural running of the club's Autumn Reliability Trial.

This RCC Autumn Reliability Ride will take place on Sunday 9th November. It is aimed at all abilities and there will two picturesque routes (110km and 75km) heading south west from Reading with the longer route reaching Worldham south of Alton, whereas the shorter route cuts back from Upton Grey through Odiham.

The ride will start and finish in the car park at the Dragonfly Café, Dinton Pastures, Davis St, Hurst, Reading, Berkshire RG10 0TH on Sunday 9th November. Please ensure that you arrive in plenty of time to sign on and prepare for the ride. Pay and display parking is available at £2.50 for the day.

For the longer 110km route, there will be 3 start times:
0900: Steady - for riders stating a time of 4h15m +/-15mins
0915: Intermediate - for riders stating a time of 3h45m +/-15mins
0930: Fast - for riders stating a time of 3h15m +/- 15mins.

For the shorter 75km route, there will be 2 start times:
0945: Leisure – for riders stating a time of 3h30m +/-15mins
1000: Steady – for riders stating a time of 3h +/-15mins

The routes may be found at:
110km Route -
Garmin users: http://connect.garmin.com/course/8261147
GPX file download: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/573291086
75km route -
Garmin users: http://connect.garmin.com/course/8261212
GPX file download: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/573288578

Bill Higson Memorial Cyclo-Cross 2014 - results

Please find below links to the Bill Higson results for 2014. It was a fantastic day's racing under unseasonably warm and sunny skies. Thanks to all the organisers, helpers and competitors for another memorable event.

These results are accurate to the best of our knowledge - let stephen.bale@ntlworld.com know if you believe there are any errors.


Vets, Juniors, Women

Youths & Novices


Barry Quick took some photos on the day - please see here: http://www.barryquick.com

Reading Cycling Club Press Report, 15 October 2014

Cotswold Edge Sportive
On Sunday 12th October, Reading CC's David Ivory and Brian Perry rode the Cotswold Edge Sportive, part of the Southern Sportive Series. The longest course is less than 100 miles and encompasses enough hilly terrain and rolling or flat sections to provide a variety of challenges to fit the shorter daylight span.

Reading Cycling Club Press Report, 8 October 2014

Reading Cycling Club's Paul East rode two Hill Climbs on Saturday 4 October starting with the Chippenham & District Wheelers Hill Climb on Bowden Hill in Lacock at an average of 6% over 1.27 miles.
In wet conditions East was a little disappointed to finish  in 22nd place from 45 entrants, with a time of 5min 42sec.

Later in the day in better conditions, East rode the Severn RC Hill Climb on Hinton Hill near Pucklechurch. On a 800yd course at an average of 1 in 7, East recorded a time of 2.

Reading Cycling Club Press Report, 1 October 2014

Newbury RC Hill Climb, Sunday 28 September

Reading Cycling Club's Paul East was one of 62 riders wwho entered the Newbury RC Walbury Hill Climb on Sunday 28 September. (Distance 1883 metres). East recorded a time of 5.00.65 to finish in 16th place over the 1883m course. East's time was third fastest by a veteran and fastest in the V50 category.

Reading CC Open Hillclimb Results

Firstly, many thanks to The Bull public house at Streatley and www.awcycles.co.uk for the financial assistance given to us. I hope you will consider returning to this great venue in the future, or purchasing equipment from the cycle shop.

Thanks also to the Reading CC volunteers who assisted me on the day, thus ensuring the event ran smoothly. You all did a great job and I could not have asked for more.