Club Rides – Surrey – Sunday
I’d suggest going to Peaslake Village Stores and asking to tag along with a group.Posted 4 years ago
There are a fair amount of clubs in the area. I’m with Addiscombe CC but the MTB side of things is pretty quiet generally.
Caterham is good for the North Downs though so you have some good xc riding from your front door. Grab an OS map or Viewranger on your phone and go exploring!J-RMember
A couple of groups riding off Road in the Dorking area of Surrey Hills on Sundays are:
Muddy Moles 08.30 from Bockets farm on the A246, about 5 mins from M25 J9:
http://www.muddymoles.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=118 – regular rides info
http://www.muddymoles.org.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=3 – read up on the latest ride planned.
Nirvana Cycles in Westcott at 1100, about 15mins from J9:Posted 4 years ago
Nirvana Cycles RidesadamhicksMember
I posted on here a while ago about areas to live in Surrey, ended up getting a place in Caterham as the housemates there were sound.
Anyway, I’m moving down on Friday so need to start organising my weekend…. Are there any rides led around the Surrey hills on Sunday from a shop or anything? I’ve heard you need to be shown around to get the best from the area.
Fitness wise I’m kinda middling I guess, good at going down and average at winching myself back to the top of a climb again. Good for 20 odd miles though.
Cheers.Posted 4 years agoteamhurtmoreMember
Adam, enjoy your new home!!! In addition to the advice above, just go out and explore, it’s great. Start on Leith, Pitch or Holmbury. Look out for trails, look at Strave if you must, ask/follow others. Its fun to get a few surprises (jumps on supernova!!!) and to just explore. I spent several months doing that before riding with anyone else (including Jambalaya who knows it all well).
If you are restricted to weekends you may soon be looking for opportunities to ride in your own!!!!! Enjoy the peace while you can.Posted 4 years agodeadkennySubscriber
Pedal & Spoke do shop rides. Follow them on twit / FB and they often get posted up.
Less formal is just bump into people, look lost and they’ll ask if you want to tag along and then you have a great time 😀
Also various forums etc on the net do rides.
Depends if you want a formal club or just ride with anyone informally. Latter will generally be at the slowest rider pace. Formal clubs and certain shops can sometimes leave you behind if you’re not up to their pace 😉Posted 4 years agoteamhurtmoreMember
Up there this afternoon/ tonight. Lots of people to chat to. A couple of invites to join groups. Trails great….we are lucky to have just a good spot to ride! That’s the beauty, if you want to ride in your own it’s great but also very easy to hook up with others most of the time. Found a couple of brand new routes today as well!!!Posted 4 years ago
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