A little about our club

Ross-shire Roads Cycle Club (RRCC) promotes safe group cycling in the North of Scotland.
We meet twice a week for club runs, usually on routes in and around the Black Isle.  We also organise and compete in local and more distant road races and time trials.  We pride ourselves in being friendly and supportive to newcomers to our sport.  Feel free to come along and confirm this for yourself.

Our club runs start from Maryburgh roundabout.  Occasionally we venture further afield and when we do, we'll advertise this in our 'Latest News' section.  You can view a map showing the location of Maryburgh roundabout on the 'Contacts' page.  We meet at 0930 on Saturdays and Wednesdays.  Just turn up and you'll be welcomed to join our ride.
Common rides are to Cromarty, Tomich, Cannich and Fortrose.  We normally end up riding about 45 miles and get back about 1300.  The highlight of our ride is of course the coffee stop.  RRCC members know where all the best cafes are.  We even award a 'Cafe of the Year' certificate each year.  Club runs are social events as much as anything else.  You can get the flavour of our rides by reading our club run reports.

RRCC also organises training sessions which include time trial practice and chain gang rides on Tuesday and Thursdays in the summer months .  In winter, spinning classes are held on these evenings.  Use the contact form if you wish details of where and when to meet.

Some of our members compete in local and national events.  RRCC hosts a number of time trial events during the year.