Reading Cycling Club has been promoting cycling in the Berkshire area since 1974. With almost 200 members, the club is dedicated to giving riders the opportunity to race, ride and enjoy life on two wheels. With a series of evening time trials throughout the racing season and social rides every week, Reading CC offers something for everyone with a dash of competition in their blood. Use the menu on the left to access other pages with specific information. If you can't find what you're looking for, send an e-mail to web@readingcyclingclub.com
1 Dec 2007 - Prizegiving and John Barnes Tribute Lunch
John Barnes, our Chairman of 38 years, has recently retired from the committee. The club will be holding a celebration buffet lunch for John at Benson Riverside Bistro on December 1st at 1.30pm, which will double up as the prize-giving event for this year. Weather permitting, there will be a ride out to the lunch. TIckets are £15.50, from Sarah Lidington.
Club Hillclimb Championships
Paul Taylor was the fastest club rider for the combined ascents of Britwell Hill and Dolesden Lane, in front of massed ranks of RCC spectators. Roy Booth caught the flavour of the event with his camera. Click here for the gallery.

Tour of Britain 2007
A recent highlight of cycling in Reading was the start of Stage 1 of the Tour of Britain. Reading CC were at the heart of the action, organising a race for folding bicycles after the Professionals had left the stadium.

Our General Secretary Roy Booth was interviewed during the morning by Maggie Philbin on BBC Radio Berks. On which subject, on the right we have Dean Bond, Roy himself and Colin Bates manning the RCC stall on the race morning.

Click on the picture to see a selection of RCC member's pictures from the ToB start.

Reading CC's Lucinda Seymour warms up for the Aldermaston Time Trial.

Open Time Trial - September 9th

David Pollard of In-Gear Quickvit was a clear winner in the club's open 10-mile promotion at Aldermaston on Sunday. Pollard's 21:19 on a cool and misty morning was 25 seconds ahead of his closest rival, Tim Bedingfield of AW Cycles.

Reading CC's Trudi Sammons won the women's event in a time of 24:12, with the top three Reading men, Paul Taylor, Nick English and Dan Clipston also picking up the team award.

Summer Newsletter!
The Summer Club Quarterly is now available. Click on the title to download the pdf. Mark needs copy for the next edition. Send e-mail to marklyford71@yahoo.co.uk
Reading Cycling Club is sponsored by: Hale Partnership, MAR-Services and Pro-Vision Clothing.
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2007 Subscriptions were due from 1st January
If you're reading this and haven't renewed, then you'll need to re-apply for membership. Make cheques payable to Reading Cycling Club. Visit the How to Join page for a prospectus and application form. Senior membership costs a mere £18.

Image of Reading CC 2007
Photo by Dennis Sackett - http://www.cyclingphotos.org.uk

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Cycling Weekly - What to ride
The table below shows what rides Reading CC offers during the week.
Sundays Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays
09:00 Clubruns   20:15 Palmer Park Track (Oct-Mar) 10:00 John Hollands' social ride from junction of Liebenrood Road and A4.

AW Cycles
Check first via email to see whether anyone is going.



18:45 Chaingangs from Shepherd's House Hill (summer)

      20:15 Palmer Park Track (Oct - Mar)