Charlotteville Cycling Club

The Charlotteville Cycling Club was founded in 1903 in the Charlotteville area of Guildford, Surrey. The Club has been involved in all aspects of cycling through the years, both locally and nationally, and were the promoters of the first cycle races at Brooklands in 1933.

The Club now promotes several Open racing events through the season, the most important being the Guildford Town Centre Road Races (part of the annual Guildford Festival). We also promote a series of Club time trials which are held in the Pirbright area (click here for more information about Club events).

We organise rides for beginners and experienced rides every Sunday. These depart from the Old Guildfordians Clubhouse in Stoke Park at 08:30/09:00 depending on the time of the year (click here for more information).


If you want to come down to meet us then we hold monthly club nights at the Old Guildfordians Clubhouse from 8pm on the third Friday of the month.


The club are affiliated to the following organisations:


The club has also achieved Clubmark accreditation. Sport England's Clubmark is a cross-sport accreditation for sports clubs with junior sections in recognition of a quality club.