Here you will find information regarding club runs - Sunday rides, Winter Reliability Rides, Wednesday Club rides, Saturday Rides, Ad Hoc Rides plus Drive & Rides we undertake in the warmer months. If you have any questions or queries regarding the club runs, please get in touch at email@example.com
To ensure everybody's safety and enjoyment of these rides, please read the guide to Group riding Etiquette here.
If you are attending a Lincoln Wheelers club ride/challenge ride/reliability ride as a prospective member or as a guest, in addition to reading the guidance above, please could you print out and complete the guest rider form here.
When you arrive at the departure point for the ride, please arrive early, bring with you the completed form and make yourself known to the ride organiser - someone will point you in the right direction.
Guest Forms apply to any rider who is not a member of LWCC or Go-Ride.
Club Ride Policy for Children and Young People
Riders under 18 (17 years and under) must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who MUST be a member of Lincoln Wheelers Cycling Club (LWCC).
Cappuccino and Espresso – Sunday Rides
Cappuccino and Espresso Rides start in March/April.
Rides will normally be 40-50 mile distance with café stop.
Pace will be social (Capuccino) with options for faster group (Espresso.)
Espresso will have the option of a café stop or not.
It is hoped that the Espresso ride will take place every week but this will depend on who turns up and the availability of ride leaders.
On occasions there will be a Challenge Ride characterised by terrain, distance, or speed.
All start points will be selected from Lindum or Yarborough, with "drive’n’ride" encouraged on occasions to explore new areas.
The local rides will start at 09:30 and aim to be back around 14:00 to 15:00
The series will incorporate the Yellowbelly Ride and Neil Winter’s Grimpeur
Winter training rides (traditionally known as Reliability Rides) run from January to March. Most of these rides start/finish from a member's home. A hot drink and food (soup/snacks/cake) is usually available. A small donation towards the cost of the refreshments is always appreciated (nominally £2.50). Please leave your cleated cycling shoes outside (or as directed by the householder).
The aim is to have several groups of riders - turnout numbers permitting. There will normally be two routes as follows;
50 - 55 miles - with groups A+ (av 18 mph), A (av 17 mph) and B+ (av 15 mph)
40 - 45 miles - with groups B (av 15 mph) and C (av 13 mph) There may also be a shorter 25 - 30 miles group D (av 13 mph)
The speeds stated above are a rough guide and may vary with group make up and terrain or weather. Groups may also split into smaller groups if the numbers in a group become unsafe. By starting all the groups at the same time it will be possible for riders to assess the proposed routes, weather and number of riders turning up and decide which group they wish to join.
The A and B groups should both get back at about 12:30. The C group are likely to be back sooner. There is no guarantee that all these groups will run every week - it is dependant on demand on the day.
Wednesday Morning Rides
These rides start by the Village Green, near Hykeham Crossroads at 09:30 and finish at a hostelry at around 12:30
A distance of about 40 miles is covered at an average speed of 14mph.