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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.


A Do-It-Yourself ride with a social element.
Start from wherever you like, cycle to a designated cafe/restaurant/garden centre/whatever, arrive around the designated time, meet up with other local Cycling UK members, put the world to rights over a coffee then head for home - perhaps with company for some of the way.

DIY Meets 2018

Monday 22nd of January 2018

11 Event(s) found

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Jan 6
12:00
Puffers Cafe
Irvine
Jan 13
12:00
Gemmells Garden Centre near Stair
Jan 25
12:00
Alloway
Burns Birthplace Musuem
Feb 4
12:00
Kilmarnock
Dean Castle car park at Dean Road
Mar 4
12:00
Hayes Garden Land
Bogend Toll
Mar 21
12:00
Langholm Cafe
Corraith
Apr 18
12:00
Craufurdland Fishery
near Kilmarnock
May 30
12:00
Hayes Garden Land
Bogend Toll
Jun 27
12:00
Kilmarnock
Dean Castle car park at Dean Road
Jul 12
12:00
The Rowan Tree Restaurant
Ardrossan
Jul 25
12:00
The Secret Garden
Doonfoot
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