London100Created in 2012 after the London Olympics, we are a friendly and approachable club that offers regular rides for all abilities.

The Club encourages a range of abilities and is well supported with both male and female members. Our rides range from weekend sociable twenty mile road rides with a coffee stop to fast 100 mile rides. Mid-week usually has a members-only evening spinning class at the leisure centre or a variety of outdoor training rides. A healthy number of members also take part in sportive events, league racing, time trialling or multi-day endurance rides.

Now firmly established, the Club’s aims are to continue to provide a platform for our members to enjoy cycling at their chosen level of competitiveness, to build confidence and capability to responsibly ride the local roads in small groups and to encourage more people to ride more often.

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Why not try the Club before you join?

Come along with a friend if you like, introduce yourselves and enjoy up to 4 sociable rides with us. New riders are welcomed and encouraged to begin with the easier rides to ensure they are confident and competent riding with others. More experienced riders can start with the longer, slightly quicker rides. Once a member, all riders can move up and down the groups as they feel like each week.

All riders need a roadworthy bike with spare inner tubes and basic tools, a helmet, appropriate riding clothing and enough food/drink to fuel them for the ride ahead. Please also bring a photo ID and emergency contact details, just in case we need to call someone on your behalf.

We’d appreciate you letting us know you’re coming out to ride beforehand, so please contact our club secretary at and he can answer any questions that you may have.

Summer Barbecue, 12 August


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We now have a Social Ride every Sunday, about 25 miles, stopping for coffee half way round. Why not come and try us out?. Everyone welcome, starts at 8:30am from Cranleigh Leisure Centre

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A very elated Fleur reached the end of the Etape yesterday on top of the world at the Col D'Izoard. She has done us Cranleigh-ites proud, improving on her 4th in category place last year with a 1st in category this year. Massive congratulations you lovely exhausted girl, Fleur you are a super champion xx🎉🎉🍾🍾🍾🎉🎉
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Hi guys, thought of asking here as I bet you know all about Garmin ☺️
Just invested in Garmin Edge 820 and I'm setting it up for Sunday ride.
Do I have to choose "auto pause" somewhere and if so I can't find how to do it, or does it just do it automatically and as well how do I make it sync with Strava!!
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The Robin Gue Charity Post is not here!

How do you view the current online posts. The last one is from CCC dated 6th of June. So we had a big pull on the TOC. That is great. Lets have the results for those who took part including qualifiers and finishers. Hard data makes it more relevant.

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