IN 1936


We’ve been around for over 80 years and we’ll still be around in another 80 years!

The club has a long and rich history in the local area, catering for all standards of cycling, from beginner to veteran.


Whether you just want to get more from your cycling in a safe and friendly environment. Explore some of the wonderful local countryside with other likeminded people who will look out for each other and encourage you to do more whilst keeping a realistic pace and achievable goals.


Perhaps you want to develop more advanced cycling activities such as longer sportives riding or to enter the competitive Time Trial and Road Racing scene.


Whatever your ability is now and whatever your aim is for the future, if it's cycling related, then BRCC will always offer a warm welcome and try to help you to achieve what you want in a friendly and supportive way. Of course, cake and coffee during that journey is optional!


See our 'Club Rides' page for more details on our weekly organised rides

“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike”

John F Kennedy


BRCC has had members cycling through this area regularly since 1936...

But there have been other big cycling moments in the local area. In the 80's there was the Goodwood World Championships's held locally.

The start was on the motor racing circuit. The course came out of the side on the start of the Lavant straight then up the hill past the golf course to turn right at the top then descend to pilleygreen lodges turn right down sculptures all the way to the bottom turn right then a lap of the motor circuit and out again. The recollection of one of our long standing members is that they completed the circuit 18 times.

The men's road race, one of the main cycling events at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, took place on 28 July. Starting  on The Mall,  the race was 250 km (155.3 mi) long and included 9 loops around Box Hill and nearby areas before heading back into London.

A large group from BRCC cycled over to Abinger Hammer to watch the race, before moving on to Dorking to see the last few last few laps and race conculsion.

When any major cycling event comes close to us we always try to get a group over to see the spectacle and suport those taking part.