South Herts Cyclists

Join us for sociable cycle rides on quiet lanes starting in South Hertfordshire.

Next rides and events

Next ride: Sunday 5th Dec

St Albans Waterend Barn start at 9.30 for a ride to a coffee stop at The Crown, Berkhamsted led by Philip. See weekend-rides list for details of this ride. Note new start point in St Albans for winter rides.

Please note the rides list does not display well using Portrait orientation on a mobile phone. (It looks better in Landscape mode)

Wednesday evening rides: The next ride is on the 1st Decemeber and the destination is The Red Cow, Harpenden The ride starts at 7pm and is led by Philip - see Wednesday-rides page for details.

Weekend Ride Reports

Are in our blog.

We are a part of Cycling UK (the CTC or CUK) - the cyclists' champion. Since 1878 we have championed bicycle touring and leisure cycling - active travel that should remain accessible and available to all. You can try three cycle rides with us before joining up.

Rides usually start in St Albans, Hatfield or Hertford. All starting points are near train stations and parking facilities and we have a mix of Hertfordshire residents and people from north London. Please contact our secretary for more information.

What do we do?

We are a non-competitive cycling club with weekly rides on Sundays and Wednesday evenings. We also arrange women-only rides also on some Saturdays.


You can try three rides before joining. See our Frequently asked questions page for guidance on riding with us.

Contact Us

Contact Us for further information or phone our secretary for more details.

Fair weather cyclist?

Check the weather forecast: It's rarely as bad as it seems. See the detailed forecast.


CTC news online: Read the latest Cycling UK news - Cycle Mag., Campaign News, etc.

First Aid: Free online cycling first aid course - what you need to know.

South Herts CTC - the national cycling charity

These 35 mm square mudguard/frame stickers have been specially produced for South Herts CTC and are available from ride leaders. They are free to members and will help to promote the club, so do take some to adorn your bikes.