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We are Cycle Ayrshire, part of Cycling UK, and are Ayrshire's largest cycling club with a well established, all-year programme of rides varying from 15 to 75 miles.

With the emphasis on sociable leisure cycling we are always glad to welcome new faces on our rides - and you don't have to sign-up immediately.

You can participate in up to 3 rides after which, due to insurance requirements, we would expect you to join Cycling UK if you wished to continue riding with us.

This should be enough to allow you to sample the range of rides to find the one that suits your cycling aspirations - and ability.

Easy Going events are normally around 25 miles in length although can occasionally be longer.
Easy describes the pace, not necessarily the terrain.
Average speed is normally 8-10mph, not including time taken for lunch stops, re-grouping, etc.
Lunch stops tend to be picnic style during the warmer months, for which you bring your own food.
During the winter months they tend to be in a pub/cafe/restaurant.
The type of lunch is specified for each ride.

Easy Going 2017

Sunday 19th of November 2017

11 Event(s) found

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Date Where More Info.
Jan 29
Kilwinning with
Gerry Minnery
Feb 26
Prestwick with
Clive Stacey
Mar 26
Mauchline with
Walter Watson
Apr 30
Fairlie with
Jean Williamson
May 28
Troon with
Phillip Richardson
Jun 25
Kilmarnock with
Pat Standen
Jul 30
Ayr with
Clive Drummond
Aug 27
Kilwinning with
Gus Matheson
Sep 24
Ayr with
Susi Cormack Brown
Oct 29
Irvine with
David Lawrie
Nov 26
Mauchline with
Clive Stacey
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