Welcome to SURC, the best road cycling experience you can have during your time at university. We have a wide range of abilities and you will find something to suit you. Our regular club rides are on Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings. Wednesday rides meet at 1:30pm and Sunday rides at 9am, at the Shell garage at the top of Bassett Avenue. These rides continue throughout the year and usually have at least two groups to cater for different abilities. Other training opportunities include hill rep sessions, chaingangs and super-cheap spinning sessions! There is also the opportunity to give track cycling a go for an extremely affordable price. If you have ever watched the cycling at the Olympics and fancied yourself as the next Geraint Thomas or Lizzie Deignan, then now is your chance! We run numerous track sessions each year and you don't even need your own bike for these. We are a reasonably sized club with a friendly atmosphere and we always like new members. If you have any questions or want to get involved straight away then send us an email to surc@soton.ac.uk

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Road Cycling this year are:

Benedict Caverhill
President
Sherif Attia
Secretary
Finlay Middlemiss
Social and Welfare Secretary
Katie Horton
Track Secretary
Rui Simpson
Treasurer
Joseph Chant
Vice President
Thomas Gibson
Webmaster
Kirsty Teahan
Women's Captain

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Membership Information

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Constitution

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Health & Safety

All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Road Cycling are available to view below