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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. We welcome 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. Click here for how to join.


Club TT 21/08, HCC234 - Waltham

Our last visit of the season to the Waltham circuit saw an overcast evening with light rain and a strong breeze, both of which stopped just in time for the event; leaving wet roads however.

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 19 August 2012

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 19 August 2012

Time-trial PBs in hot weather placing racing and sportive news.

Club TT 14/08, HCC201b - Bucklebury

 
Nine riders took on the challenging Bucklebury TT circuit at 15.7 miles in the punultimate event of the Dave Finch Hilly series competition. The weather held out with sunny conditions and a light breeze with some fast times set.

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 12 August 2012

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 12 August 2012

Reading CC Open '25' at Bentley, Wigan Wheelers slowest 90 '10' at Levens, BC West Thames circuit race at Hillingdon.

Clive Pugh Memorial Time Trial Results - 12 August 2012

Organiser Ian Lomas writes:

We had another very successful Clive Pugh Memorial 25 mile time trial on Sunday 12th August on the H25/8 course near Bentley. This is regarded as quite a fast course and many riders were eager to set a good time. There were 74 riders, including one tandem, six ladies and one junior (our own Chris Tomsett). The conditions were good with only a light wind and even some sunshine at times.

Club TT 07/08, H10/2 - Maidenhead

A damp overcast evening saw us on the Maidenhead circuit for the final time this season. Although drizzling at first just a few minutes before the start the rain turned steady and conditions were far from ideal. Despite this nine riders set out with MDCC’s Chris Taylor setting a fast 22:21, followed by Canondale’s Sam Gardner at 23:11 and RCC’s Rod MacFadyen with a 23:32.