SUNDAY RIDE - B RIDE
Stratford CC are reintroducing the B ride to their Sunday Rides (The 'A' ride will continue as normal). The 'B' Ride is for members who require a more relaxed/recovery ride and to encourage new members including youth and Ladies members to get involved . The format is 9am start box brownie, 40/45miles average speed 14 mph with a tea stop.
Welcome to the website of
Stratford Cycling Club. The Warwickshire based club aims to promote
the amateur sport of Cycling in Stratford-Upon-Avon and its object
is to encourage the sport in all its branches. The club is proud
to promote an open time trial and 2 road races in addition to a
cyclo-cross meet and a reliability ride
Former Paris-Roubaix and Tour de France Stage Winner, Magnus Bäckstedt joined Stratford CC for their Saturday Bash after hosting their Club Awards Evening (Nov 11) (Photo Liz Lane). MORE PHOTOS HERE
The mainstay of the organised
cycling events is the traditional Sunday morning club run. The latest
runs are available in the routes section but suffice to say the
club runs make the most of some of the UK’s most varied cycling.
Situated at the north of the Cotswolds some of the rides venture
into this historic countryside and experience the short sharp hills
synonymous with this beautiful part of the UK.
Club runs also go
into Worcestershire, the vale of Evesham for flat rides and into
the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. These are lead with local
knowledge and experience ensuring that the quietest and safest roads
lead to the best tea stops.As the summer racing season gets going,
in addition to the year round Saturday morning training run, the
Tuesday evening “bash” follows one of two routes at
a faster training pace. The fitness from these rides can be used
in the Club time trial events organised on a Thursday evening.
the winter an outdoor track session at the Home Guard Club in Tiddington
on a Monday evening keeps the winter spread off. This website contains
all the information that you need to join
the club and understand the different aspects of the cycling
club and the rides. For members and visitors to the club you will
find the results of the club organised