Welcome to Redhill Cycling Club, a sociable club with over 300 members whose aim is to promote cycling in all its forms in East Surrey. We offer road rides, MTB, time trials, social events and also stage open events (when pandemics permit!). The club was formed in 1945 so has a long history of competitive cycling plus a super-friendly approach for those relatively new to riding. We're an inclusive club with a Youth Squad for young riders, lots of women riders and also riders with disabilities. Have a look around... 

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Winter sunshine for the cross-country mountain bikers
 
A glorious day for one of Fran's new routes - a wonderful loop from Gomshall towards Winterfold, then Blackheath, Chilworth and a back route up to St Martha's Hill (spot the church on the hill in photo).   You may think that after the climb to St Martha's it's a pretty straightforward ride to Newlands and a bacon butty but no, off we went on a lovely meandering downhill single track, then across…
Breaking News! - The G3s beat the G4s to the tea stop!
 
Having cancelled our ride the previous week due to rain, we decided to ride that route to the Village Cafe at Walton-on-the-Hill on Saturday 6 November.  G4 decided the same.  It’s an excellent cafe and the inside filled up fast after we arrived, so there was only outside seating for Mossie’s group. It was a hilly route, around Stroud Green via Lodge Bottom Road to Headley, Walton-on-the-Hill,…
G3 ride to High Beeches
 
A fantastic 12 cyclists turned up for the G3 ride, the first two groups of 6 this year! Perhaps, everyone took a chance on the good weather forecast and it did not disappoint.  The ride was meant to be to the Balcombe Tea Rooms, but they’d decided to close for 10 days.  It’s good to check beforehand ;-).  Instead we stopped a little earlier in the ride at High Beeches tea rooms and sat in their…

Why Redhill?

  • Regular road and MTB rides every week of the year
  • Time Trials in the summer + Open events
  • Social events
  • Plus.. the annual Mallorca training camp!