The rides below are for adult club members only.

To find out how junior members can participate in junior club rides, please contact us here.


Our most popular weekly ride, held in Richmond Park for more than 20 years. Groups of 8 ride four anticlockwise laps of the park’s road circuit (approximately 26 miles/42 km) in through-and-off formation. It’s a great way to learn or hone your group riding skills.

Park Park Rides meet at Pen Ponds Cafe car park at the seasonal times below:

07:45 February: 4th Saturday to March: 3rd Saturday
07:30 March: 4th Saturday to October: 2nd Saturday
08:30 October: 3rd Saturday to February: 3rd Saturday

Saturdays also host our Dynamellow ride at the same meeting point, starting half an hour after the main Saturday Park Ride above. These rides are for members who would prefer to ride at a slower, less competitive pace. Ideal for newcomers, slower riders, those recovering from injury, or members putting new skills into practice. Oh, did we mention it's also only three laps. This ride has an absolute 'no drop' policy.


Surrey Hills and Windsor weekly rides. Cyclists need a regular long endurance ride to improve fitness. This is ours. Depending on the weather and the members who turn up that day, there are usually groups heading out to Windsor or the Surrey Hills and sometimes even further afield! Distances average 50-62 miles/80-100km. Every  Sunday, you will also find a non-drop group heading off to the same destination but with a 'no one left behind mantra', ideal for newcomers or anyone who has never ridden that distance before. Bring a pump, inner tubes, drink and energy food. The midway point is a stop at a friendly cafe for a well earned sticky bun, coffee and friendly banter.

Sunday Rides meet each week at 8.30am at Hampton Court train station car park.

Sundays also host our Sunday Surrey Explorer rides. The focus of these rides will be to ride varied flat and/or hilly routes across Surrey and will be paced at a slower steady pace. The clue is in the title, they are designed to explore and enjoy our beautiful Surrey countryside. Wait at the top, no drop style ride. Typical distances of 50 miles/80km and includes cafe stop. Same departure point and start time as the regular Sunday Ride above.


For those lucky few who don’t need to be at work... or prefer not to. Known to its disciples as the Slackers Ride. The destination can vary but is usually Surrey Hills on a Tuesday and Windsor on a Thursday. Pace is steady, though faster riders can be accommodated in split groups, and the rides include a cake stop. Distances are approximately 50 miles/80km.

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30am. Meet at Dish Cafe opposite Hampton Court Train Station.


A professional British Cycling affiliated coach holds targeted training sessions in Richmond Park for racers and non-racers, fast or steady riders alike. An excellent way to reap big fitness gains – and the sessions are totally free to our members.

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7pm, May to September. Meeting point always in or around Richmond Park, but exact location varies weekly. Check the Forum or the WhatsApp Group.


Also known as the WNR. A midweek hard workout for experienced riders and racers. The ethos of this ride is 'turn up, get dropped'. It’s fast and unrelenting. When its all finished, expect a warm pat on the back from the friendliest bunch of cyclists you could hope to meet. We ride Richmond Park laps. Distance is approximately 28 miles/45 km.

Wednesdays, usually 6:45pm up to a 7:15pm start depending on the daylight. Meeting point is at Roehampton Gate car park next to Colicci cafe. Check the Forum for more details.


Whether you prefer women-only rides or mixed group rides, or even a bit of both, the choice is entirely yours.

For those who are already members, we aim to organise a women-only ride once per month, details of which are shared in the women's London Dynamo WhatsApp group which you will get access to upon joining the club. If you haven’t, please email us and we will make sure you are added. This WhatsApp group is also used regularly to communicate other ad-hoc plans and find people to ride with.

Throughout the year, we also aim to host a couple of women's open days in which women who are not currently members can take the opportunity to join a women-only ride with us, usually followed by a coffee and socialising at a local cafe.

For more information about our women's rides, please contact us our Women's Captain.


To understand how, as a junior member (aged 16-18 with those in their 14th -16th year by exception) you might attend a club ride, contact us here


Throughout the year we ride both socially and participate in some of the major Zwift racing leagues. Please check out this page for more information.

If interested, please contact our Zwift rides organiser.


We also hold epic rides throughout the year. The annual round the island tour of the Isle of Wight has two route lengths. A longer and hillier full circumnavigation of the island and a shorter gentler route. The club provide supports cars and a social lunch stop is organised for a well earned break.

The famous London-Brighton-London ride on closed roads. Typically leaving from Wandsworth common, this route follows the classic route to Brighton and then loops back to our starting point in Wandsworth. In Brighton we stop for a well earned breakfast.

The Big Ride encourages everyone to socialise and get to know their fellow Dynamo. Offering both a short and long routes, this is a non-drop ride on a classic route in the Surrey Hills. Routes may vary every year. The ride is followed by a stop in a pub for social refreshments.

The annual Christmas Ride to Windsor departs from Dish Cafe. We ride to Windsor and return to our spiritual home in Richmond Park where we eat a hearty club Christmas lunch in a nearby pub. These rides will be advertised on our club Forum as well as our social media channels.


The club Forum is very active with members self-organising groups to ride some of the UK's favourite Sportives including the Kentish Killer, RIDE London, the Hell of the Ashdown, the Dragon Ride and many other classics. Members even travel together to ride some of the most prestigious international Sportives or endurance races including the Maratona Dles Dolomites, La Marmotte, Mallorca 312 and L'Etape du Tour. None of these Sportives or endurance races are affiliated in any way with London Dynamo and require members to self-organise.