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All rides follow current Coronavirus guidelines


VC Meudon runs a range of rides to suit novices thinking of racing, experienced competitors and riders less focussed on racing but who enjoy a good club run and may be interested in using their skills and experience to support our efforts. Whether that’s making tea on race day, marshalling or organising a ride.


Non members who want to try a ride should get in touch with the ride leaders. General rules are be ready to leave on time and check the Facebook page for changes in case the weather is bad. 


Under our British Cycling insurance you are insured for your first two rides with the club. After that we ask that all riders have appropriate insurance/personal liability cover such as that which comes with British Cycling Ride, Race Silver and Race Gold membership. There are also other sources of insurance - ask the ride leaders for more information.
If you wish to continue riding with the club after four rides we ask that you join. 


Details of further rides including hill reps, chaingangs and faster training runs are posted in our members only Facebook group.


Saturday Ride


The Saturday ride is a traditional club run, often with a cafe stop, that leaves Pedal Heaven (GU51 3BU) in Fleet at 8:30 or 9:30 (depending on the season) and goes at a speed that allows everyone to keep up. Under 18s need a consent form, please contact the ride organiser to confirm timings and attendance.


Start Time: 8.30/9.30  //  Contact: Paul Finning  //  Google Map //  Parental Consent Form


Thursday Ride


The Thursday ride is like the Saturday ride, except it goes from Frensham Cricket Club car park (Hollowdene Recreation Ground, Shortfield Common Rd, Frensham, GU10 3BJ) at 9:30. Under 18s need a consent form, please contact the ride organiser.


Start Time: 9.30  //  Contact: Andy Milner  //  Google Map //  Parental Consent Form



VC Meudon Club rides follow British Cycling's 'Best Practice Guidelines'. – (Click to read)

Please comply with the Highway Code, ask if you are not aware of the ride emergency procedures including for accidents, do not leave participants behind and wear a helmet.  You are responsible for your own well being and must be able to cope with your own mechanical problems and punctures. All riders take part at their own risk.

Please read this guide to club ride etiquette before coming on your first ride with us

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