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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 Cycling Club press report, week ending 20/3/11

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 20/3/11

An in-form Joe Harris and other road racing action.

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 13 March 2011

The local time-trial season began at the weekend with several events.

Club TT 13/3, H10/10 Fifield

The first club time-trial of the 2011 season was run this morning on the H10/10 Fifield course. This is a testing course with an undulating gradient, particularly along the Drift Road and Hawthorn Hill sections.
Seven riders braved the cool, damp conditions with the mitigating factor that winds were light. Steve Bale and Joe Harris put in fast early season times with everyone coming in under 30 minutes - honourable mention must go to Stephen Millward who rode a touring bike with mudguards and rear rack!

Steve Ferry's LEJoG 2010... in 5 days

Why ride LEJOG? Everyone who does this ride has a reason. It is not undertaken lightly and uses up training time and a fair chunk of holiday allowance.

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending Sunday 6/3/11

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending Sunday 6/3/11

Surrey Rumble Sportive and Reading CC Reliability Trial.

Photo caption: Colin Bates, first rider home on the Reading CC Reliability Trial

Reliability Ride

Reading CC's annual Reliability Trial took place on Sunday 27th February. The choice of 57km (President's Trial) and 87km circular routes through the Chilterns has proved a popular early season test of pacing for local riders. With 60 riders signed up, it was good to see other clubs represented; in particular a strong contingent from G.S.

Clubrun report Sunday 6 March 2011

I was down to lead ‘brisk’ to Four Marks on the A31 west of Alton. I thought this was an ambitious destination and warned my wife I’d be home after 1pm. And I was right because we eventually pitched up at the 4th choice coffee stop.