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Thame Cycling Club

Central | Oxfordshire

Club Information

Club type: Club
Affiliated: 31/12/2019
Affilation status: Active

Total club members: 80

About our club

Thame Cycling Club was established in 2014 as a friendly, socially oriented and open to anyone. We run regular rides leaving from Thame Town Cricket Club on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Further details can be seen on our website . We normally run a number of different rides at a variety of paces (steady, brisk & fast) to provide an enjoyable ride for everyone. We stop for coffee and cake and over the years we have built up a list of the best coffee shops in the area to visit.
We have regular monthly social evenings which are held at Thame Town Cricket Club’s pavilion, this is an opportunity to discuss all things cycling over a beer or glass of wine. We often have discussions on popular topics such as bike maintenance, planning for upcoming trips and events, guest speakers and reports on recent trips and events. We run a number of trips each year, recent trips include Mallorca, The Pyrenees, 24 Hours Le Mans Velo and the Silverstone 9 up Time trial.
We welcome new members and offer 3 free club rides as a taster before we ask you to pay your subscription. We can give advice if you are new to cycling or have reservations about riding in a group. We are a friendly bunch and would love to help share our passion for cycling with you.
Thame Cycling Club is affiliated to British Cycling and is run by local cycling enthusiasts it has a committee who are Chairman (Iain Smith), Deputy Chair / Social Secretary (Morag Boydon), Treasurer (Bob Moody), Club Secretary (Simon Richards) and Ride Leader Coordinator (Alan North)
For more information please visit our website
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