Dates for your diary 2023/24

In addition to regular weekly rides, the following events are open to all – club members and riders from other clubs. Click on an event for more information and online registration. Advance booking for Audax rides is strongly advised. Whilst it is possible to enter a Reliability Ride on the day, please contact organisers ahead of time to enable accurate anticipation of numbers.

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(see below for how to enter events)
DateEvent and DistanceStart LocationStart timeStart Grid refEntry FeeOrganiser and Contact Details
15 March 2024Annual DinnerThe Mill, Elstead GU8 6LE
23 March 2024Phil Hampton Memorial rideMedstead Village Hall9:00am onwards for 50 mile event.
9:30am onwards for 30 mile event.
minimum donation of £5all documents can be downloaded from here:
27 April 2024AGM10:30 Normandy Village Hall
5 May 2024Isle of Wight Randonnee 2024detailsfreeIoW Wayfarers CTC
26 May 2024RideLondon 2024. details
16 June 2024Overton 100 100km

Elstead Village Hall09:30OS186
Neil McIntyre,
16 June 2024Danebury 150

Elstead Village Hall08:30OS186
£10.00 Neil McIntyre,
16 June 2024Nearly Stonehenge 200

Elstead Village Hall08:00OS186
£10.00Neil McIntyre,
28 July - 45 Aug 2024Semaine Federal Pont à Mouson
11 Aug 2024AUDAX EVENT
Tour of the Hills. 115km

download GPX file
Shere Village Hall
Gomshall Lane,
Surrey, GU5 9HE
£15 in advance
£20 on the day
Derek Ridyard. 07711 873924

email Tour of the Hills
11 Aug 2024Tour of the Greensand Hills 52km

link to Plotaroute map with GPX download
Shere Village Hall
Gomshall Lane,
Surrey, GU5 9HE
£3Derek Ridyard. 07711 873924

email Tour of the Hills
TBA London Sightseer Audax 100kmTW12 1NP8:30am

ENTERING AN EVENT  As mentioned above, entry may be possible on the day but please check with the organiser to avoid disappointment.  Even when entering on the day, it’s best to come with your Entry Form completed together with the correct ride fee. Click on the event itself (in the table above) to download a specific event entry form (if available). For AUDAX events, you must use an AUDAX event entry form. Find the event on the AUDAX calendar and download a form.

Audax Events  Audax rides are organised by volunteers according to the Audax UK Rules, with the route presented as a list of instructions on a route sheet. There are no direction signs placed on the route. A GPX file is nowadays very often available and downloadable from the relevant event page on the AUK website. Controls are devised to ensure that the rider follows the route and doesn’t take shortcuts. A ‘brevet card’ is provided at the start for marking at each manned control, or the rider has to answer a question at an information control. There is an overall time limit for completion of the ride. Food and drink is usually available at the start and finish; on the route, it’s generally cafés or shops. There is no support provided for riders on the route. Entry to Audax events is usually on line or by post; entry on the day may be available but there is likely to be an additional small sum to be paid.

See the Audax website

For full list of CyclingUK  Cycle events click here

Cycling events 14 December, 2013