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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.


Reading CC Road Race - 27 April 2014 sticky icon

The 2014 Road Race for Cat 2/3/4 riders is on Sunday April 24th at 10am, HQ in Woodcote Village Hall. Spectators and helpers are welcome.

Full details are in the attached programme.

Club TT 22/04, HCC175 - Eweshot

Fellow Time Trialists

Tonight saw the away leg of the Reading CC TT series with a visit to the distant Ewshot. With a scattered field of riders between the lay-by and the top of Jackals Hill, and a less than punctual start by myself, a 15 minute delay was inevitable. Warren and I got 14 of the 15 riders off safely, with Ian Armstrong of Tri20 having a mechanical before the start line.

Torture 40 results

Results for those who sent Greg a time:

Photo for press report

Photo for press report

Apologies - I forgot to attach the photo showing Martin Cairns, Adam Thompson and Greg Woodford competing in the Antelope RT TTT 

RCC Press Report

ANTELOPE RT TEAM TIME TRIAL

Reading Cycling Club's Martin Cairns, Adam Thompson and Greg Woodford placed a respectable 15th out of 62 teams at the Antelope RT 3-up Team Time Trial on Saturday 12 April. The event was held over two loops of the Milton-Chalgrove road race circuit; a distance of 50km. The event also included the British Universities and Colleges Sports time trial championship, making for a competitive field.

Club TT 15/04, H10/10 - Fifield

Fellow Time Trialists

It was a fine evening for this weeks time trial, as the riders moved to the busy Fifield course.  An early start and a long way from Reading may have accounted for only eight riders signing on at 1830. Some good times were recorded however; although no one managed to get under 23 minutes, and a few riders were hindered by traffic, particularly unlucky was GS Henley’s Hamish Floyd.