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Tips for Cyclists

Welcome to the cycling arm of the Club.

We offer the following rides:

Half day and day rides.

·         Night.

·         Overnight. 

·         Pannier.

·         Base camps.

·         Fully supported rides with a trailer which takes 10 bikes, and includes a secure luggage area

Penny Farthing

Cycling Etiquette

  • Always wear an approved helmet .
  • Ensure your bike is in good condition eg, tyres, chain , brakes etc.
  • Wear  Bright colours  - Hi Viz recommended.
  • Flashing lights , front and rear recommended.
  • Sound bell or call out when passing pedestrians from behind .
  • Slow down if there are children , dogs or horses. 
  • Single file ,on the left on roads .
  • Stop at a safe spot on major turns or junctions to re-group  and enable everyone to see where the ride goes - no missed turns!
  • Call out hazards - when stopping, pot holes , and other obstacles or a vehicle behind (CAR BACK!).
  • Be courteous to other trail and road users .
  • Don't forget to HYDRATE and wear SUN PROTECTION .
  • Be read to roll at the nominated departure time - punctuality is appreciated. 

Before the Ride:

  • Check the advertised details for the ride and ensure it is within your capabilities.
  • Check the weather forecast.
  • Pack snacks/fill water bottles.
  • Carry mobile phone.

On the Day of the Ride

  • Advise leader of any medical condition or recent illness/injury they should be aware of prior to start.
  • Advise the leader or someone in the group if you are having difficulties keeping up with the group.
  • If you find you are a long way in front – wait to regroup.
  • Keep to left and ride single file on busy roads.

Getting Started:

Essential Equipment:

A roadworthy bike.

Tyres that have at least 50% tread.

Carry Emergency Contact & Medical Information Form.

Personal First Aid Kit.

Puncture kit. Even if you don’t know how to use it someone else will.

Pump. Check the fitting suits your valve.

Spare tube to fit your bike.


Water bottle/s

Highly Desirable:

Weather proof coat.


Lights – front and rear


High visible top – especially for road riding.

Chain Lube and rag.