Welcome to Horsham Cycling


Our club is welcoming to all types of rider, from leisure cyclist to competitive racer. Seven groups meet at the Carfax every Sunday morning, each with different speeds and distances in mind.

Horsham is surrounded by fantastic Sussex countryside and quiet roads. The club is a great way of discovering new routes, making friends and perhaps opening yourself to new cycling challenges.

You can join us for a ride or two without being a member, why not give us a try? See the rides page for more details or read the FAQ.

Our 2020 Season

In addition to regular weekend rides we have many other events for members to enjoy. Sadly many are cancelled due to COVID-19.

Hindhead & Washington RT 26 January Summer Randonee 19 July (cancelled)
Reliability Trial (Ashdown Forest & Pulborough) 29 March (cancelled) Club 25 TT Oakwood Hill (course G25/43) 25 July (cancelled)
Club Time Trials April - October (cancelled) Inter-club TT Oakwoodhill (course G10/46) 12 September (cancelled)
Spring weekend away (Southampton & New Forest) 1-3 May (cancelled) Isle of Wight weekend 25-27 September (cancelled)
Social / Fancy Dress TT
(no Saturday rides)
23 May (cancelled) Hill climb @ Denbies 4 October (cancelled)
Annual post-ride Lunch 14 June (cancelled)

Belgium weekend, including Mouscron Randonnee

9-11 October (cancelled)
Club Open TT
(including youth event)
20 June (cancelled) Annual General Meeting 12 November
Dunwich Dynamo 4 July (cancelled) Annual Dinner & Awards evening 11 December (cancelled)
Social riders' Downhill challenge 12 July (cancelled) Reliability Trials Spring / Autumn / Winter (cancelled)
Regular pub nights All year (cancelled)

AGM 2020 - online

Notice is hereby given that a General Meeting of Club members will be held on Thursday 12 November 2020 at 7.30pm.

Due to current Covid-19 restrictions this year’s meeting will be conducted virtually – details of how to join will be circulated in due course.

The meeting is open to all members, but please note that only full, first claim, adult members are entitled to vote on the resolutions proposed at the meeting.

The business of the meeting shall be the election of the members of the Club’s General Committee. Full details were emailed to all members today, along with the Chairman’s Annual Report for the year to 31 March 2020.

Dave Scott
Club Secretary


Club Kit - new stock landed

We have just taken a large order of new stock and we have more ladies items now.

Our stock levels are at an all time high.

Go to the Club tab and Clothing from the drop down menu to view.

Stewart Forbes (Club Kit Coordinator)


COVID-19 update - Sunday rides re-start from 28 June

Sunday Club rides are re-starting this Sunday, June 28th. There are some new measures that must be observed to comply with the government and British Cycling guidelines for safe group riding. Please read the new 'GROUP RIDES – COVID-19 MEASURES' and the updated risk analysis. Prior to attending a Club ride, all members must review and then adhere to these rules to allow club rides to continue.

Read more: COVID-19 update - Sunday rides re-start from 28 June


Corona Virus Update (19 May 2020)

British Cycling has revised their recommendations on cycling in line with the governments new guidelines. The updated guidance is as follows:

  • You may exercise outdoors as many times each day as you wish.
  • You can only exercise alone, with those you live with or with up to one person from outside your household. Gatherings of more than two people from different households are not allowed at this time.
  • You should maintain a two-metre distance from anyone you meet from outside your household while out riding, stopping and waiting for people to pass at a safe distance when necessary. This is particularly important when riding on narrow paths and trails.
  • You can sit and rest outside before, during and after your ride.
  • You may drive to outdoor publicly accessible open spaces irrespective of distance, but should follow social distancing guidance while you are there.
  • In line with UK Government guidance, those aged over 70 should continue to take particular care to minimise contact with others outside their household.
  • When cycling in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, you should follow the guidance and regulations issued by the relevant devolved administration.
  • If you are showing coronavirus symptoms, or if you or any of your household are self-isolating, you should stay at home.

We recommend all Club members follow these guidelines and also ask that you only wear Club kit when strictly following these guidelines in order to maintain the reputation of the club.

Thanks for your continued support and hopefully we will be back to normal in the not too distant future. Stay fit, safe and healthy.

Barbara Lefebvre


Club Rides & Events SUSPENDED

Sorry to be the bearer of ill tidings.

Due to the well-publicised COVID-19 outbreak, we are following the advice of the Government, British Cycling and Cycling UK and SUSPENDING all Club rides and other events until further notice.

Individuals can of course make up their own minds whether they wish to ride, but if you arrange to go out in a group with others we would just ask you not to wear Club kit so as to avoid the impression that we are operating as normal. To be clear, any group outings will not be considered official Club rides until we are able to reinstate the schedule.

Here’s hoping the world returns to normal sometime soon.

Dave Scott (Club Secretary)


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