Formed in 1881, Maidenhead and District Cycling Club are based in the town of Maidenhead in Berkshire, attracting members from the local area, including Windsor, Slough, Bracknell, Marlow, Reading, and Henley-on-Thames. We have over 70 members of all ages and experience, catering for all forms of road cycling, and are a very friendly club who welcome both experienced cyclists and those new to the sport.
Although a significant proportion of our membership ride purely for leisure, our members organise and participate in various forms of cycle racing including time trials, road races, and track events. The club's racing history is firmly time trialling and each year the club organises over 30 time trial races that are open to club members and those of other clubs in the area.
As well as weekly race meetings from April to September we hold a social clubnight twice a month throughout the year. This gives new members a chance to get to know other club members and also to seek advice on all aspects of the sport. However some members just turn up for a cup of tea and a chat!
As a club we actively promote cycling for young people by hosting coached activities as part of British Cycling's go-ride programme, run by our four qualified coaches. Our coaches also organise training sessions to meet our club members' needs and are always happy to give coaching advice if asked.