South Western Road Club

WHO/WHAT:
The South Western Road Club (SWRC) was formed in 1930. Based in South West London the club has grown steadily but still has the capacity to take in new members. If we had a motto, it would be 'We just want folk to enjoy riding their bikes as much as we do'.
The strength of the club is the popularity of our club runs, perhaps because we are fortunate enough to have club run leaders who know every lane in Surrey, Sussex and Kent.

RESTRICTIONS:
These days the club caters for all types of cycling and cyclist.

WHEN/WHERE:
As many as 70 riders regularly turn up on Saturdays at Cobham car park to be split into 5 groups, setting off by 9.30am and with average ride speeds varying from 14 mph to 20 mph. 
We started a beginners group a couple of years ago and they are now all accomplished riders, so we have decided to set up another beginners group, catering for hybrids, mountain bikes or road bikes. The distance will be approx 20 miles and we will ride at the speed of the slowest rider. There will be a coffee and cake stop and riders will be under no obligation to join the club.

BOOKING/CONTACT DETAILS:
New riders are welcome to join our club rides any Saturday, or our midweek rides. Lots more ride details can be found here. Your first few rides are free, after that, membership details can be found here.
And for more information you can email us here.
We look forward to meeting you!

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