Sunday Club Runs

Stratford Cycling Club Sunday Club Runs

The mainstay of the organised cycling events is the traditional Sunday morning club run. 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

The Sunday Club Runs is a weekly event, unless the club is hosting an open event (see events for more details).

We leave from the Box Brownie in Henley Street at 9:00 AM

The ride now has three formats...

A RIDE A longer ride for experienced riders. This ride is around 60 miles with a tea stop and an average speed of 17 to 18 mph depending on terrain.

B RIDE This 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 ride is generally 40 to 45miles, average speed 14 mph, with a tea stop.

C RIDE A new ride starting on May 6th for novice riders wishing to build confidence in road cycling

A Ride Leaders: 

01 Keith Walton (No teastop. Back by 12:00)
08 Mark Lampitt
15 Warrick Fuller
22 Mark Lampitt
29 TBC
  • Sunday, 10th June 2018 9:00 am
    Century Ride

    Our annual Century Ride replaces the Sunday Rides starting as usual from the Box Brownie in Henley Street.

    B Ride - 100 km departs 9:00
    A Ride - 100 miles departs 9:00
    A+ Ride - 100 miles departs 9:30

    All three rides stop at Adam’s Farm  (at 40 miles and 40 km) and should arrive there at approximately the same time.

    This year the rides will finish at the Home Guard Club for refreshments and malted barley recovery drinks.