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RACC

The Royal Albert Cycling Club

Who We Are

The Royal Albert Cycling Club is one of the oldest clubs in the UK, formed in 187?.

The club aims to cater for cyclists for all standards - why not come along for a pedal with us on one of our club runs - you'll be made more than welcome.

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Group Rides

The summer months are a great time to get out on your bike - even in the West of Scotland. 

We would be delighted to welcome you to one of our club runs - the details are below. Any questions - just ask .....

JC's Chain Gang

Every Tuesday During Summer Months

Starting at 6:15 pm at the War Memorial opposite Bothwell Bridge Hotel,  Bothwell. Depending on numbers there should be
various groups to choose from: 
1st Group Race/Pace 18/20+ Averag e Speed 
2nd Group Med/Fast Pace 16/18+Average Speed 
3rd Group Steady/Pace 14/16+ Average Speed

RACC Weekly 10 Mile TT

Each Wednesday During Summer Months

This a club confined event for members of the Royal Albert Cycling Club and Clydesdale Colts only. All club members are welcome to turn up and take part - TT bikes are not required!!!

Milk Run

Each Thursday During Summer Months

This is a mixed club group ride but consists primarily of Royal Albert club members. 

Meeting in Carluke - 18.00 Tesco, 18.15 Station Inn.

A good paced ride with a hard fast finish. 

Sunday Club Run

9 am Summer Months, 10 am Winter Months

The Sunday Club run is always varied as we take advantage of the abundance of brilliant routes available in the area. Normally we start at our club hut, located behind 60 Wellgate Street, Larkhall. The Sunday club run will typically be in the region of 40-50 miles with most members adding further miles by cycling to and from the club hut. There is always a coffee stop which will normally be in the last 10 miles of the run.

Group leaders will be selected to lead three groups - race, lead and development groups, these groups will these groups will operate at a pace appropriate to ability. The role of the leader is to ensure the group operates as an effective unit and in a safe manner. Instructions issued by the group leader are expected to be adhered to. 


The Royal Albert Cycling Club aims to be inclusive and welcomes cyclist of all abilities, age and gender. It is a current aim of the club to increase the number of ladies and youth participating in club activities. 

 

To join the club:

Visit our membership signup page at MemberMojo or email the Membership Secretary for further details

 
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