Kinross Cycling Club is affiliated to Scottish Cycling
and therefore offer members the benfits of SC membership. We stongly recommend that you join Scottish Cycling at the silver membership level to benefit from personal
injury cover, or ensure that you are appropriately insured elsewhere.
Loch Leven Cycles
in Kinross are delighted to be able to offer members of KCC a discount on purchases at the shop! Read more details.
Don't forget ....
If you have any queries or questions, you may well find the answer, or at least be able to ask the members, at the
. (Registration required for both)
The group occaisionally have indoor meetings to discuss club business which
are open to all new and existing members. This includes our AGM which we
encourage all members to attend. All details of such meetings are in our
We welcome all new members to the club. In order to get the most from your membership you must have a basic knowledge of cycling, be reasonably fit, and a confident road cyclist.
You must also be able to conform to the club rules.
You are more than welcome to join the club on a ride or two , meet the members
and find out a wee bit more about us before joining. If you like what you
see, we will need you to become a member after your second ride with the group, inorder that you take advantage of the membership benefits.
To join just click through to our membership page
The Club adopted a constitution which you can
You can also find us on...
Regular Club Meets
The Club meets once a week during the autumn/winter. Rides are cancelled in very bad weather - best bet is to have a scan out the window - if there is white stuff coming down or
rain that does not hit the ground - its a good bet that we will not be out!
Check out our calendar for details of up and coming rides.
Normally two rides will start from Loch Leven Community Campus. Both groups leave at 9am. during the summer and at 9:30 during the winter.
will tend to be between 40km and
100km (25miles - 60miles) depending on weather, the route we are going, and who is riding! The pace will average more than 26km/hr (17mph).
The second group (G2)
cover a shorter ride at an easier pace between 20km/hr and 25km/hr on average, (12 - 16mph).
Ride length and pace depend on who is riding on any particular day and is adjusted to suit all members of the group! If the group splits, we always stop to re-group.
Thursday Rides (Summer Only)
Thursday rides take place on a Thursday evening, meeting at Loch Leven Leisure(swimming pool) and tend to be shorter, we try to undertake informal training sessions,
such as hill climbs, circuits, short sprints etc. The rides will start again in the spring as the days start to get longer. Check our calendar for details of all rides.
We welcome new members to the group and would be delighted to see new meets
and groups established for riders of different diciplines or abilities.