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The CTC Ayrshire Club is Ayrshire's largest cycling club with a well established, all-year programme of rides varying from 15 to 75 miles.

With the emphasis on sociable leisure cycling we are always glad to welcome new faces on our rides - and you don't have to sign-up immediately.

You can participate in up to 3 rides after which, due to insurance requirements, we would expect you to join the CTC if you wished to continue riding with us.

This should be enough to allow you to sample the range of rides to find the one that suits your cycling aspirations - and ability.

Read about our various ride categories.

The next 30 days

(4 Events)

Starting at Ayr - Ayr College at Dam Park
A tour of Ayr's open spaces taking in the riverside, pier, seafront and some picturesque parks.
Quiet tracks and cycle paths as Pat navigates her way.
Lunch at The Secret Garden cafe in Doonfoot.
Starting at Troon - Walker Concert Hall Car Park
Phillip leads in a southerly direction from Troon to Drongan as he winds his way to Dalrymple and lunch at the Kirkton Inn.
Minishant, Culroy and Alloway are on the agenda for the return journey.
Approx. 38 miles.
Starting at Frasers Garden Centre - Dundonald
Most of our main club rides take place on a Sunday.
If Saturday suits you better, why not try our DIY MEET.
We nominate a cafe/restaurant/whatever, and you start from wherever you like, cycle to the designated venue, arrive at the designated time, hopefully meet up with other similarly minded CTC members, have a coffee and a natter then head home - perhaps with company for some of the way.
Nominated cafe for this meet is in Frasers Garden Centre, Dundonald at 12:30ish.
Starting at Ayr - Ayr College at Dam Park
Clive repeats his route of last year, circling in and around Ayr, exploring hidden places and little known paths - some off road.
20-25 miles depending on weather and condition of paths.
Hopefully this year the weather will be less inclement and wet suits will not be required!
Not suited to skinny road tyres due to the nature of some of the paths.
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