Sport of the Month London Best London Cycling Clubs By Region

In London, cycling is both a popular mode of transportation and popular sporting activity. For cyclists looking to get more out of the cycling experience, Totally Sporty has researched the top cycling clubs in London. Cycling as a group is a great way to become more involved with the sport and improve riding techniques.

Kingston Wheelers—South London

The Kingston Wheelers are not just the best cycling club in south London, but one of the top clubs in all of London. Known for their dedication to weekly cycling ventures, the Kingston Wheelers can be found every Thursday evening and Sunday morning cycling through Kingston and Surbiton, with a popular route including Richmond Park.
While the Kingston Wheelers are not the largest cycling club in London, their friendly atmosphere and willingness to reach out to all cyclists from all abilities provides a fun cycling experience. Many experienced members are willing to provide training advice and assist with set-up and improvements to members' bikes.
Kingston Wheelers offer many opportunities for cyclists who thrive on competition. Members of the club regularly participate in road racing and time trials to get more out of their cycling experience.
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London Dynamo—Central London

London Dynamo is the most versatile cycling club in London. Members of the Dynamo regularly partake in all forms of cycling, both road racing and mountain biking, at the recreational and competitive levels.
Members of the London Dynamo complete three weekly club rides on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesday nights. Affiliated with CF, Surrey League, Eastern League, Southeast Road Race League and CTT, this club is the most competitive in London. Members also participate in an annual Summer Sportive, where they travel abroad to compete in a major cycling race.
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Brixton CyclesClub—East London

Founded in 1997, the Brixton CyclesClub was established to foster communal cycling interest between employees of Brixton Cycle Shop and its customers. Today, the club operates independently of the shop but still offers discounts to its members for purchasing and repair needs.
Brixton Cycles Club regularly competes in cycling races across the UK and is affiliated with the BCF, the BCCA, RTTC, Surrey League, and Eastway Supporters League. Non-competing members receive access to top cycling trails and paths in the greater London area.

Twickenham Cycling Club—West London

Twickenham Cycling Club's residence in west London gives cyclists access to some of the best routes for scenery, including Berkshire, Bucks, Surrey Hills and West Sussex. While these offer leisure rides for the recreational cyclists, competitors also have access to Surrey League Road Racing routes for training purposes.
Members regularly participate in a variety of cycling activities, including road cycling, time trials, track cycling, off-roading, and sportive cycling. Twickenham is open to all age levels and abilities, and its women's and youth entities are quite popular.
Twickenham is best known for its road racing, with many members and formal members competing at the national and world levels.
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Edmonton Cycling Club—North London

Edmonton Cycling Club is a recreational cycling club with focuses on the leisure and social sides of cycling. Rather than intense competition routes focused on training, Edmonton's cycles take place on quiet back roads, such as in the Hertfordshire countryside. Cycling routes are usually divided into two categories: shorter rides for families and beginners (under 20 miles) and longer rides for more experienced cyclists.
Edmonton Cycling Club meets once or twice per month, usually on Sundays. The club occasionally plans more extensive trips in other parts of the UK and abroad.