Poplar Cycling Club Loughborough

Poplar Cycling Club Loughborough.

Our rides and routes are for every level of cycling.

Our weekly rides are Thursday evenings and Sunday Morning.

All are welcome to come and join us for one of our social rides,

The evening rides,
These are usually training rides of a distance of about 30 miles for intermediate and advanced riders and 15 – 20 miles for beginners.
Intermediate and Advanced rides will be on Thursdays, with Beginners rides being held on Thursday evenings if numbers are large enough. We run a no drop policy so feel free to get in touch and try out one of our beginner rides safe in the knowledge that we will get you home.

Our rides and routes for these days will be posted on our Facebook page. Make sure that you like and follow us to get all the latest ride and route information as it come out.
If you are not on Facebook then don’t worry, you can see our posts on our social wall page.

The Sunday ride,
This is our main ride with a distance of about 50 miles for Intermediate and Advanced riders.
We try to keep the groups to sensible sizes so depending on the amount of people that turn up we will split in to groups depending on riders ability, speed and preferred distances. We run the same no drop policy so you’re welcome to come along and join us for these fun and social rides

Our rides and routes for Sunday will be posted on our Facebook page. Make sure that you like and follow us to get all the latest ride and route information as it come out.
If you are not on Facebook then don’t worry, you can see our posts on our social wall page.

All Poplar Cycling Club rides set off from the Beacon Inn car park in Loughborough.

Please arrive 10mins before the stated times as we aim to set off at the start time.

Beacon Inn Car Park, Loughborough

Poplar Cycling Club Loughborough meeting point.

Any person joining us on a ride will do so at their own risk.
Safety will always be the riders own responsibility at all times so please ensure your bike is in good working order before starting out, equipped with front & rear lights and that you wear a suitable helmet.
Group riding etiquette must be adhered to at all times.
We always recommend that the rider carries enough food & water for the full duration of the ride that they choose and that they have basic repair equipment. This will usually be an inner tube, tyre levers and mini pump. A small multi tool is also a good idea. This will ensure that you are prepared for anything unexpected that may force the group away from its planned ride or stop.
No helmet no ride with Poplar Cycling Club.

Poplar cycling club of Loughborough
Poplar cycling club of Loughborough