2020 Rides

The club has rides throughout most days of the week through 2020. The routes are available to view on the separate route pages for each type of ride.

During the summer occasionally have 'away days' or special event rides e.g. Tour of Yorkshire. All rides leave from Thornes Park (Holmfield Arms entrance) except for Wednesday track nights. 

Tuesday - Hill Training Ride - 6.30pm

Wednesday - Vets and Guests Rides - 10am

Wednesday - Track night - 6pm  BKCAT Circuit, Thomas à Becket School

Thursday- Flat Training Ride - 6.30pm

Thursday - Ladies Rides - 6.30pm

Friday - Breakfast Club - 10am

Sunday - All group social rides including cafe stop, (9am Autumn / Winter, 8.30am Spring / Summer)

Ride Captains

A  Rides 

Dean Kemp / Gary Phillis  


B  Rides  


C  Rides


Tuesday/Thursday Evening Rides

Kev Wrigglesworth 


Ladies  Rides  

Fran Smith


Vets Wednesday Ride 

Simon Law


Transition Rides


What to Expect

On the details link for any of the rides, you will find what to expect and what kind of rider you need to be to be able to participate within your 'comfort zone'.

You should find rides suitable for you. We do ask all those planning to participate in any of the rides to read the group riding technique page.

Rules. Under 18s

Calder Clarion Cycling Club welcomes membership from anyone interested in cycling. We do however recognise the additional care and responsibilities required for those riders under the age of 18.


We require that parents or guardians of those over 12 and under 18 wishing to participate in any club rides abide by the rules outlined below and where appropriate complete the parental consent form. We base our rules on the guidelines issued by British Cycling.


Rules for U18s





Your Safety

Individuals who take part in any club group activities are responsible for their own safety on the roads and at their own risk. Our Group Captains do not hold coaching or ride leader qualifications. Group Captains are a point of contact for the group rides and the organisation of routes, they are volunteers riding and navigating the route with the group.

Calder Clarion & its members accept no responsibility for the safety of anyone participating in group rides and runs, and no liability in the event of an accident.

Riding Safely, please visit our group riding page.


We strongly encourage members to take advantage of the Clarion's reduced cost CTC 3rd party insurance or make similar insurance arrangements for example with British Cycling