New Malden Velo

WHO:
New Malden Velo, a club for road cyclists, est. 2014. 

WHAT:
All abilities welcome! Love riding your bike? Think you could love riding it even more in like-minded company, but not sure you're "good enough" to join a club. Join us on an open invitation ride and see where it takes you. No commitment, no pressure, no competition, just riding for riding's sake. We think it's more fun that way, and that's why we created NEW MALDEN VELO. A club where we're all good enough.
 
RESTRICTIONS:
We’re new and growing, and our intention is to provide multiple ability rides for all ages. However we cannot support rides for U18s yet. Keep an eye on our facebook and  websites for further news (see below).
 
WHERE & WHEN:
We meet every 7am Sunday, on South Lane Parade New Malden (near the junction with Nelson Road), generally heading into the hills or towards Windsor.  We also run fun rides after dark in Richmond Park, for all ages.
 
HOW MUCH:
Come and join us for a ride. If you enjoy your experience, which we are sure you will, and would like to join our growing club, please contact us at nmaldenvelo@gmail.co.uk and we will register you with the club. We ask for a contribution to club costs which is usually £20 per year.
 
BOOKING / CONTACT DETAILS:
Further information can be found at our facebook page (it’s a closed group, so we’ll ‘friend’ you upon application) or website. Email nmaldenvelo@gmail.com also.

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