There are plenty of cycling clubs based around the borough; not all are racing clubs and many run led rides for beginners or those coming back to cycling.
The following list is a selection of local rides and groups currently available. Further information can be found on their external websites, provided below if available.
Women on Wheels (WoW)
IMPORTANT - Due to the Coronavirus guidance, these rides will be suspended provisionally further notice. Please sign up to the mailing list to be informed when they will be running again.
Rides are organised on the second Sunday of every month. No need to book just turn up! Spread the word!
The ride is a great opportunity to gain confidence on your bike in a fun and sociable environment. Led by experienced Sutton Council cyclist instructors, the ride lasts for two to three hours and takes place in quieter routes at a leisurely pace. It includes a refreshment break.
Meet at 10am outside the Honeywood Tearooms & Museum, Honeywood Walk, Carshalton SM5 3NX.
If you would like to be on the mailing list to find out about upcoming rides please join our mailing list.
You will require the following control skills:
• Set off • Cover brake levers and pedal efficiently using gears (if present) while looking up and ahead • Look around to identify and avoid hazards while pedalling • Turn left and right at different speeds • Look behind • slow down and stop
If you are interested in free cycle skills training, please visit our Cycle Skills page.
Let’s Ride Local
HSBC UK Let’s Ride (formerly Sky Ride) offer organised rides for men, women and children (depending on ride level).
For more information about how to join an organised ride visit the Let’s Ride website.
Breeze organise rides for women participants.
For more information about rides around the UK visit the British Cycling website.
Visit the Cyclism website for local CTC rides.
Women of Colour Cycling Collective UK
- Sutton Cycling Club
- Clarencourt Cycling Club
- Redmon Cycling Club
- Pollards Hill Cyclists
- Cycling UK (formally the Cyclists Touring Club)