Windmill Cycle Club Special Events

Throughout the year we organise special events from day rides further afield, to weekends away and off-bike social events at local pubs, bike shows visits and lots more.

Be sure to bookmark this page and come back soon to see what we're planning. Don't forget to connect with us on Facebook too, so you're always up to date.

Why not let us know about an event you are planning and we'll tell our members about it here. Please use the Contact Form to get in touch.

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Saturday

May

Yorkshire 3 Day Ride

Following the major success of last year's Peak District weekend, this year we are going to the gorgeous Yorkshire Dales. For those who haven't been mountain biking there before you are in for a real treat - wonderful scenery, pretty villages, and top top trails. A bit less technical or rocky compared...

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Friday

June

Isle of Wight 3 Day Ride

The Isle of Wight weekend has become a real annual event in the WCC calendar and one that just gets better and better every year. This year's ride HQ is new and we hope will prove to be a big upgrade on previous visits. Grange Farm is literally next door to where we've stayed before...

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Sunday

August

Chilterns 1 Day Ride

The plan is to set off at 9am from the National Trust car park located in Christmas Common. Nearest postcode for sat navs is OX49 5HS, good news is it's free to park there! Allow an hour to an hour and 15 mins (J5, M40) to drive down there from Hitchin/Stevenage respectively...

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Saturday

Sept

London to Brighton Ride

Take on the popular London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride, and see if you can conquer Europe's biggest charity mountain bike event. Join the Windmillers this September for an exhilarating 100 mile challenge along varied terrain. Your physical endurance levels will be put to the test...

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We have a guide to Ride Etiquette which you may find useful. Please click here.

We've built up a great list of essential equipment through trial, error and experience out on the trails. Click here to visit out Essential Equipment page.