AV5 | 11-13mph | Wednesday 9:30am| Sunday 8:30am (Spring/Summer) 9am (Autumn/Winter)

Ideal for beginners or riders who prefer a less strenuous ride who have a road bike or hybrid who can cycle steadily with a cafe stop or occasional rests for around 2-3 hours.

AV4 (13-14mph) | Wednesday 9:30am| Sunday 8:30am (Spring/Summer) 9am (Autumn/Winter)

The start of your group riding journey, aimed at riders returning to the sport or wanting to develop their group riding skills. Generally around 3 hours with a rest or coffee stop

AV3 (14-16mph) | Wednesday 9:30am| Sunday 8:30am (Spring/Summer) 9am (Autumn/Winter)

This is a popular group. Rides are generally around 3 to 4 hours and cover a variety of routes in the Surrey Hills and beyond. Rides can be hilly!

AV2 (16-18mph) | Wednesday 9:30am| Sunday 8:30am (Spring/Summer) 9am (Autumn/Winter)

A little faster than the AV3 ride and particularly on the hills. A good place to develop progress your group riding skills and to turn up the heat on the pace and endurance.

AV1 (18+mph)| Sunday 8:30am (Spring/Summer) 9am (Autumn/Winter)

You will cover quite a bit of beautiful Surrey and maybe other counties with this group. Generally 3 to 4 hours of serious riding which can be a little competitive at times!

Tuesday evening rides 7pm (April to end of Sept). Separate ride groups for AV4 to AV1

These are great fun!

Due to the rides being shorter (around 1.5 hours), they are a little more intense, so add about 2 mph to the average speeds above. Generally all will follow the same route, departing at intervals from the car park of the Leg of Mutton & Cauliflower pub, KT21 1AZ.

See club Facebook page for more details of weekly rides. 

Mountain bike | Friday 9:30am

It's not all about road riding here at Ashtead Velo.  You need a mountain bike for this, as majority of the ride is off road at a reasonable speed to keep the group together for around 2 to 3 hours. All are welcome!

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