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Banbury Star CC

Central | Oxfordshire

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

Total club members: 193

About our club

We are a cycling club based in Banbury, North Oxfordshire and cater for a variety of disciplines including road racing, timetrialing, sportives and track.

We run three club rides each and every weekend, all of which start outside Broadribb Cycles in Banbury and are led by British Cycling-trained ride leaders. Please be there 15 minutes before the leaving time for a pre-ride briefing and ensure your bike is mechanically sound, you have as a minimum a spare inner tubes, tyre levers, water, food, cash and a phone. Non-members can come on two "taster" rides before becoming full members.

Saturday 10am: A gentle cafe ride at 12-14 mph with a half-time break for coffee and cake. Expect between 25-30 miles.

Sunday 9am: Expect 18mph+ for the fast ride which is between 50-60 miles non-stop.

Sunday 9am: The same route but at 17-18mph with the goal of improving rider fitness and progressing up to the fast ride.

Sunday 10am: The club's Intermediate ride which is 16mph over 35-40 miles, again with a half-time stop for refreshments.

Our evening summer time trials are for anyone to come and try. For the more daring, our early season open time trial in the name of the Hardriders, takes in the infamous Sunrising Hill.

We also organise an open road race consisting of a men's and women's event which features three ascents of the Knowle at Edge Hill

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Club contact: Mr Ian Maconnachie
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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

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