Ride 63 Community CC

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Club Information

Club type: Club
Affiliated: 31/12/2017
Affilation status: Active

Total club members: 106

About our club

Ride 63 is a Community Cycling Club based primarily at Castle Semple Visitor Centre in Lochwinnoch Renfrewshire, part of Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.

Club objectives:
a) Development of infrastructure for the sport of cycling in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and in the wider area approximating to OS Landranger sheet 63.
b) Promote and encourage participation, competence and safety in active and recreational cycling.
c) Providing equal opportunities for successful participation by all sections of the community.

Membership is currently free and open to all! We hope to attract members from family groups, hand cyclists as well as road and mountain bikers. We’ll let you know when Club Rides are and invite you to our AGM with coffee and cake once a year.
Simply email the club secretary Claire at ridesixtythree@gmail.com to join us.

Chair - Fiona
Vice Chair - Vacant
Secretary - Claire
Treasurer - Ewan
Coach - David
Welfare Officer - John
Regional Park Rep - Vacant
Ordinary Members – Martin, David, Jim.

Contact the club via email to the secretary (ridesixtythree@gmail.com) or the drop the committee a message or a comment on the Club facebook page or Twitter @Ride_63.

Ride Outs:
Ride 63 have regular rides planned, see the Calendar tab for more info or British Cycling's Sky Rides page. We also put rides on our facebook - if you can’t make it the scheduled rides or fancy some company another time please use our page to arrange.

Event Highlights include Pedal the Park Road Sportive in April and an Adventure Sportive in August, see event listings for details

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Club contact: Miss Claire Paterson
Email: Email the club
Postcode: PA12 4EA

Club Website British Cycling Powered Website


How to join our club

This club has not yet setup online purchasing of club membership subscriptions.

We are open to

Youths/Juniors (under 16s)
Adults (over 16)
Female Cyclists
Male Cyclists
Novice riders (rides up to 1hr)
Intermediate riders (1-3 hrs)
Advanced riders (rides 3hr+)
Racing cyclists
Disability cyclists

When we train

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