The London Cycling Club (LCC) is an all inclusive, not for profit recreational cycling club. We encourage participation in group riding, promote education, safety and public awareness in the sport of cycling through planned rides and other cycling related activities.
We fully support and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle in our community while promoting cycling as an option and practical means of transportation.
We are a touring club and our members use road bicycles to ride distances between 45 km to 130 km on a morning tour, with average speeds between 20 km/h to 35 km/h. See the Ride with us page for more information on how our tours are organized.
Our touring season is from April through October. During this time we have tours every Saturday and Sunday as well as on holiday Mondays. See the Club Rides page for more information. There is usually a weekend destination ride held where Club Members visit a remote location for a weekend of social riding Overnight Tours.
Based on recommendations by Public Health Authorities, Cycling Canada and the OCA the Board of Directors of the LCC has made the decision to suspend all sanctioned rides and social events until further notice. The health and safety of our members and their families is our primary concern and we are taking all measures within our control.
We hope that you all remain safe in this trying period and we look forward to getting together soon. We will continue to communicate with you as things change and as always please check the LCC website for the most up to date information.
From the OCA:
We are recommending that clubs (including private teams with reported activities), athletes and members postpone or cancel any gatherings such as group rides and in-person group meetings for the immediate future.
John's PBP Ride
2019 Tuff Butt winner John Cumming has written about his road to the award - his inspirational 1200km Paris-Brest-Paris ride - read his article here:-
John's PBP Ride
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