South Western Road Club (SWRC) is starting rides for absolute beginners from Saturday 9th July. Confirmed dates so far for these rides are: 9th,16th,23rd and 30th July and 13th, 20th, 27th August.
They will start at 9.30am from Cobham car park on Downside Road, opposite Waitrose. Road, Hybrid, MTB, all types of bikes and rider are welcome and the group will ride around the lanes south of Cobham at the pace of the slowest rider. The mileage will be 20miles or less and there will be a stop for tea and cake.
Love Kingston has 18 places secured for the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 on Sunday 31st July through RBK. The 100 mile route pedals through the heart of Kingston upon Thames and takes on some of the toughest leg-climbs including Box Hill and Leith Hill.
This year's RideLondon will be taking place on Saturday 30 July and Sunday 31 July. Once again, Kingston will provide the perfect location to watch the events, and spectators will be encouraged to cheer on some of the country's best sportsmen and women throughout the weekend.
You can find out more about Ridelondon 2016 here
Bike repair service Cyclelink has opened a new shop in Thames Ditton, widening its range of services whilst still catering for all levels of cyclist.
The newest addition to the Festival of Cycling, aimed at newer and younger cyclists.
Ready for a challenge? Join the Chessington Olympian - 28 miler ride Sky Ride Local Guided bike ride.
A great opportunity for children to learn this important life skill, or develop their abilities to a higher level during Easter school holidays. For dates venues booking details just follow the link below.
Contribute to RBK's 'Go' cycle parking survey by identifying where there is demand for more spaces to be provided.