All our rides are for adult club members only. To understand how to become a member of London Dynamo click on the Join tab. To understand how, as a junior member you might attend a club ride, email youthandjuniors@londondynamo.co.uk .

 

SATURDAY PARK RIDE

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

All you need is a well-maintained road bike (no mountain bikes, folding bikes or TT bikes please). Newcomers’ rides, which are three laps (approximately 20 miles), take place throughout the year and are by invitation only.

Because of the Covid-19 regulations members must currently pre-book in their groups on a Google Sheet via the club Forum.

Park Rides start 5 minutes apart from 7:30am onwards. Meet at Pen Ponds Car Park just before your time slot.

If you are under 18, please email youthandjuniors@londondynamo.co.uk

 

SUNDAY RIDES

Surrey Hills and Windsor rides

Cyclists need a regular long endurance ride to improve fitness. This is ours. Once you are comfortable with the Parkride (see above), choose a hilly ride to Surrey or a flatter trip to Windsor. Distance is usually 50 to 60 miles.

Because of covid 19 regulations, these Sunday rides will now be advertised on the forum with details of the meeting time, place and planned route.  Members must sign up beforehand as there are a maximum of 6 places per ride.

We run fast and steady groups. Please note that faster groups, which average 17mph or higher in the Surrey Hills, may not stop for dropped riders. Bring a pump, inner tubes, drink and food.

 

WNR

Wednesday Night Ride -  (Richmond Park laps or Chertsey loop, depending on time of year)

A midweek hard workout for experienced riders. More than one group if numbers allow. Approximately 28 miles. Bring lights.

Because of the Covid-19 regulations members must pre-book places in their groups via the club Forum.

Wednesdays, 7:15pm.
When daylight permits: Meet at Roehampton Gate Cafe in Richmond Park for park laps.
During darker months: Meet at the Richmond Gate entrance to Richmond Park for Chertsey loop.

 

DRILLS AND COACHING

Because of the Covid-19 regulations members must pre-book places in their groups via the club Forum.

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

A professional 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.

 

MID-WEEK RIDES

For those lucky few who don’t need to be at work... or prefer not to. 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.

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

 

WOMEN'S RIDES

With the aim of becoming better riders, our female members usually ride alongside men on the rides listed above. We do, however, occasionally organise women-only groups which are announced on our website and via social media.

 

YOUTH AND JUNIOR RIDING

London Dynamo Youth & Juniors is the club’s initiative for riders (ages 8-18) to help young riders develop their fitness, skills and performance in all cycling discipline. We offer an exciting programme for Youth & Junior Club Members from closed circuit training to club rides (aged 14+) in Richmond Park on Saturday mornings to indoor Roller training to competitive racing. For further details about joining the Youth & Juniors section, please contact us at youthandjuniors@londondynamo.co.uk

 

E-RIDES

The Club's presence on Zwift is increasing and currently we have a regular E-Park Ride organised.

Saturdays, 8:30am - Virtual Park Ride

Details are all on the forum and there's a Zwift Start Up guide here.