What's New

Last diary update:
8th January 2016

Last ride report update:
8th January 2016

Other changes

19th January 2016
BMW page changed to reflect proposed changes to the workshops.

18th December 2015
Winter 2015/16 Newsletter added.

10th November 2015
November 2015 AGM minutes added.

12th October 2015
Autumn 2015 Newsletter added.
Link to Enfield Safer Transport free cycle marking scheme added.

The Bike Maintence Workshop format is changing. Due to cycle support by Enfield Council and others who now provide good and regular cycle maintenance services, which has led to a reduced need for the old style BMWs, we are changing the format, See the BMW page for information and let us know your thoughts.

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Edmonton Cycle Club is a leisure cycling club. We're based in Enfield in North London, England.

While other clubs may concentrate on covering huge distances on-road, or negotiating mountainous terrain on MTB's, we are more into the sociable side of cycling. A ride with us tends to be mainly on towpaths, quiet country lanes and backstreets. Sometimes we head out into the surrounding Hertfordshire countryside, while other rides may take us in towards London to discover a secret oasis of calm within the city. Our regular rides are split into two grades: Easier rides under 20 miles (suitable for families and less experienced riders) and longer, more challenging rides for the more experienced.

Sometimes we go for weekends away, in the UK or abroad.

There's normally one or two rides every month (more in the summer, fewer in the winter) mostly on Sundays. Most rides start at 10am, and we generally stop for lunch at a pub or cafe and arrive back home between 4pm and 6pm. Check the diary on this website for details.

We also hold informal meetings in a pub every month. Currently, we are alternating between venues in Winchmore Hill and Enfield.

If all this sounds like your kind of thing then why not join us. Membership is free! Just visit the contact page for more information.

We hope to see you on a ride shortly.

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