We welcome all adult cyclists to ride with us. If you're interesting in riding with a club and live in the Esher, Thames Ditton, Cobham or the wider Elmbridge area, get in touch.
Our ethos is to ensure we all enjoy cycling as a group. We are a group of friends cycling to get fitter and to have some fun - and everyone who joins us enjoys it.
UPDATE 20 JUNE 2020. Following British Cycling guidance on 18th June 2020 Dittons Velo can restart group rides within the following limitations. Small groups of no more than 6 riders. Observe social distancing of 2m while riding. Social distancing is observed when meeting up. No large congregations of riders before or after rides. Specifically to […]
Hidden away near the Drift Road in Cranbourne not that far from Legoland it is situated by fishing lakes. Dan says, “Lake Side was proper old school caff, excellent for bacon sandwiches on white sliced. Catering to fisherman and builders predominantly. Babs begins the counter serving. Constant queue of people. No matching crockery. Mustard jars […]
Situated south of Crawley at Handcross, West Sussex. Clashcity says, “Very friendly and well organised, loads of space to park your bikes up, plenty of room inside for social distancing. Coffee pretty decent but not exceptional, option for wine and beer (!) Toasted sandwiches great, cake choice limited but nice. Overall a really good option, […]
If you’ve done the Leith Hill Octopus and fancy another “beast” then this dinosaur is for you! This is a challenging ride of a dozen climbs including 6 with sections over 13.5%. It includes classics such as Toys Hill and Chalkpit Lane. Take in the great views from the top of the downs. Popular cafe […]
This is the new mid week TT. A 22 mile dash from just past Waitrose in Esher to Shere Road (climb) and back past the Duke of Wellington to Esher. Usually occurs on a Wednesday evening. As fitness levels improve this ride gets very competitive! Download GPX file
Having driven up Farthing Downs, John Scarth decided it would be nice to cycle there to take in the views and the history. Neolithic origins – The beginnings of the pastoral landscape we know today as Farthing Downs very likely began when, over 2000 years ago, visitors brought animals with them to graze the meadows […]
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