E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride


E20 Cycle Club is an inclusive group for local road cyclists.

We welcome new cyclists to E20cc on our Accessible Rides held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month unless otherwise advertised. Rides on other weeks are closed to members only.

###Important notes for Accessible Rides:

  • 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month
  • RSVP compulsory - if you would like to attend an accessible ride, make sure you RSVP below to secure your place.
  • Av. speed 13mph (no one left behind)
  • Helmet is required
  • Tyres pumped & bring spare tube etc
  • Have breakfast, take water bottle & snack
  • Travel light: Don’t bring a backpack, remove panniers and locks
  • For more information on E20cc and on joining as a member, please visit www.e20cc.org

####Skill Session

Held once a month at the Lea Valley Velopark, E20cc offers new cyclist the opportunity to improve their bike-handling and group-riding skills with dedicated 1 hour sessions held by an E20cc Road Leader on a dedicated outdoor road circuit. It is highly recommended to attended these sessions to learn hand-signals, how to ride in a group and “hold the wheel” of a rider in-front. Note: an £4 entry fee is payable at the Velopark and a helmet is compulsory.


#Sun 1st
Ride 1. Mid-Pace Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride leaders: @Pastor-Kawesi, @Jonathan_Calderon, @Theqg_QG

#Sun 8th
Ride 1. Accessible Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: Chris (@SeaAyeRobson)

Ride 2. Mid-Pace Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @DavidC

#Sun 15th
Ride 1. Mid-Pace Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @Henry

Ride 2. Early Bird Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @SeaAyeRobson

#Sun 22nd
Ride 1. Accessible Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @MdeBokx

Ride 2. Long Distance Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @SeaAyeRobson

Ride 3. Mid-Pace Ride. E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leader: @Jonathan_Calderon

#Sun 29th
Ride 1. Mid-Pace Ride: E20CC October Training & Club rides + Accessible Ride
Ride Leaders: @Henry

Victory Park, 50 Celebration Avenue, East Village, E20 1DB (opposite Sainsburys)
Sundays please arrive 08:15 for 08:30 depart (Unless advised otherwise)

###British Cycling ‘How to ride in a group’

###British Cycling ‘How to ride in a group’ links & articles

  • Yes, I’m interested in a skills session this month
  • Maybe next month

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Putting some snaps I took last sunday during the accessible ride on here :smiley: So fun riding with everyone, next time more climbing? :wink: hahaha

I also have some videos in case anyone is interested :slight_smile:



@Pastor-Kawesi, @Jonathan_Calderon, myself and probably someone else are going for a mid-paced ride tomorrow morning starting at 8am from the usual place.

The length of the ride is about 100Km, likely along a very well known route as the following:

The rules are always the same:

  • Check your name, if your last name is Voigt than you may decide to skip breakfast, otherwise feed yourself and bring snacks/gels/ chocolate cookies for the ride

  • Unless your are a camel, then I would suggest also to bring two fat bottles of water mixed with electrolytes as these help during the ride.

  • Your wheels have inner tubes that are filled with air and the air molecules will likely join their brothers and sisters at the first puncture … so bring extra inner tubes to trap those losers and a pump to push them in for good.

  • The Incredible Hulk informed me that he is not coming to the ride, so bring also the spanners to open remove the tyres from the clinchers, I tried cursing to them but trust me, spanners work better.

  • We all love gadgets, we spend hours of our lives on-line, it does not take too long to download the map of the ride into your beautifully Garmin, do so and you won’t get lost

  • The coffee place at Blackmore, where we will stop for a break, is not ran on charity hence it is best to bring some cash or a credit card (they accept it now). Their chocolate cakes are amazing !

  • Last but not least, make sure you know your limits, there was this guy who once decided to overcome his and than got stack between a rock and a hard place for 127h … meaning, you are welcome to join the ride but make sure you have done a similar ride before, for which the details are the following:

– Target Avg. 28-30km/h
– Target Distance 98km

GPX file:
Stratford to Blackmore.gpx (156.8 KB)

It will be fun … see you tomorrow.


The instructions @Theqg_QG :joy:
I’ll be there :ok_hand:t3:


Best ride briefing ever. :raised_back_of_hand:


Good luck with the ride tomorrow. I am hoping to be out and will head to Epping, ivy chimneys, Theydon Bois before home by 10:30- 10:45, if anyone wants a chilled riding buddy please feel free to join me, usual place and time. Please note - sorry, but this is not an accessible ride. The next accessible ride is next Sunday.


I Hey fella - I’m nursing an injured hand (pedestrian injury) — this ride suits me as I need a casual test ride. Thanks for posting fella! #REHAB

Edit. Sorry @Sjh snoozed alarm and overslept, next week 100% if you are around


Think the 100km ride is a bit optimistic for me as haven’t been out properly for a month.

Will aim to meet at 8.30am and either do a moderate paced 60km to Harlow and back if anyone else fancies, or else will join @Sjh.


@Theqg_QG feeling sick as a dog this morning mate - will have to pull out. Enjoy.


@Theqg_QG and everyone else, thanks again for such a great ride.

Follow the link to access the pictures taken from today!



Thank you @Jonathan_Calderon and @PatrickG (aka sexy calf man) and @haykelb and @edward in the last 10k when cramps took over.


Hoping to finally join an accessible ride on the 22nd. Not been riding the last couple of weeks thanks to viral goodness and largely being at home :frowning: so will probably have lost speed already! I’ve noticed not cycling for a week slaps my average speed down when I start up again. Fingers crossed for the 22nd but will confirm nearer the time :smiley:


Hi, I’m relatively new to road cycling but I’d like to attend the accessible ride on the 8th



Anyone out for a mid paced ride this Sunday?


Hi Will, Good to see you here and welcome, look forward to supporting you and don’t be afraid to ask any questions. :+1:



Departure: 8:30am
Meeting place: Victory Park opposite of Sainsburys
Target Avg. Speed: 15mph (24kph)
Distance: 25-30m (40-50k)

Hi — I’ll be offering a 25-30mile (40-50km) ride to the Acorn Hut at High Beech, Epping Forest and back. This ride is aimed at road bike riders, no-one left behind.

Whilst this ride is accessible, the aim is to push yourself and improve your fitness in a safe and controlled environment.

We will aim for an AVERAGE across the ride of 15mph (24kph) - this is flexible based on the ability on the ride itself, ride leaders will look out anyone struggling with pace and adjust accordingly.

This is a ‘no drop’ ride, meaning we will wait for anyone who is struggling and work together as a team to reach our destination.

Prepare by:

  • Pumping your tyres to appropriate pressure 90-100psi on road tyre, oil your chain
  • Set correct saddle height and consider postion
  • Understand the distance
  • Take water and snacks during the ride
  • Carrying spare inner tube, levers etc.
  • Cash for getting home if you have serious mechanical issues
  • No need for rucksacks or luggage, remove D-Locks etc.
  • Have breakfast!

Please let me know here in advance by replying on this topic if you plan to join.



Hi @Whealy - look forward to meeting and riding with you on Sunday :+1:t3:


Sarah’s away this weekend but I’m around so I’ll do my usual and chase the accessible around.


Thanks Chris. See you on Sunday.


Is there a mid pace on Sunday…