The club was established in 1934 and we are now well on our way to our 85th year. Being based in the heart of the beautiful New Forest National Park we are able to enjoy our riding on scenic and mostly traffic-free roads.
We have Group Rides from various starting points on Saturdays & Sundays throughout the year and we stage Time-trial events for club members and visitors every Tuesday evening from mid-April through to the end of August. Our courses may not be the fastest around, but they are much more enjoyable than racing along main roads … you just have to be prepared to dodge the occasional New Forest Pony!
If you would like to know more about our club, are thinking about joining us, or just want to contact us regarding anything to do with cycling, there are a few ways you can do this. Please click on the link below to visit our Membership page for more information. We look forward to hearing from you;
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Follow this link NFCC 2019 Events Calendar for all this year’s events. The PDF download includes details of all the club time trials and contact details for Margaret in order to ring up on the day and reserve a start slot (NFCC members before midday, non members after midday). The cost to race is now £4. […]
Ten Series Results Tables after 10 Events
P163 10m TT 20/08/2019 Ten Series no10
The New Forest Autumn 10 open TT took place yesterday, there were 61 entries but the weather forecast put off quite a lot and there were some non-starters due to illness. At 8am the weather was warm and dry, and only the later starters got really soaked. Everyone was happy with the Beaulieu Hotel as […]
Club Roles & Responsibilities
It may seem a bit early to be talking about cyclocross but, to quote the organiser of the first race “it is only 32 sleeps to the first race of the season!” The New Forest Cycling Club is now affiliated to the Wessex Cyclocross League for the 2019/2020 season. This means that NFCC riders will […]
Ray Claridge won last night’s TT with a 36:04, a very good time that would likely have had his 3 minute man and second placed rider Stuart Peckham just in sight on the last rise to the finish. The evening had an unhelpful wind direction, but was warm and at least rain free. A further […]