We are an established sporting cycling club formed the 1930’s, with a rich history of success in both promoting and competing in Road Races and Time Trials, especially during the period between 1960’s and 1990’s.
We have a programme of Sunday club runs that leave Staines Bridge at 9.15am, aiming to return by 2pm. These rides cover 40-60 miles with a coffee stop. Our various rides take place within a 20 to 30 mile arc from Staines upon Thames, through Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
We have a programme of social activities including our club camping/cycling holiday in August at Potterne in Wiltshire. Our members organize tours throughout the year to Mallorca, continental one day classic races in the Spring, the Tour de France and the Pyrenees for example. We publish the full colour club magazine the Quarter Wheeler. These are distributed by e-mail to those who have it and hard copies posted to those who do not. Past issues can be found on the club website.
Racing Members participate in Open Timetrials during the season, at distances from 10 to 100 miles. This is in addition to the Inter Club 25 mile TT held in May each year on the West of Windsor course where you can enter on the line. Audax rides around London are also open to members and non-members.
Our Ron Brown Memorial Open 100 mile time trial, in May, must be entered in advance through Cycling Time Trials (CTT) ) See our website for the details of the club Racing Calendar. We also organize the well established 105k Audax London Sightseer event twice a year, midweek in June and Sunday in September.
We pride ourselves on making new faces very welcome which, we believe, is why we have been a successful club. Our membership is made up of all ages of men and women, if you’d like to take a closer look, you are welcome to just turn up to the clubhouse on a Tuesday evening at 9.00pm or on Sunday at Staines Bridge ready for 9.15 start.