Welcome to CC Breckland

Cycling Club Breckland was formed in 1975 – it takes its name from the Breckland area of South-west Norfolk – originally an area of light sandy soil, heath and the native Scots Pine, but now much of this area is covered by Thetford Forest. The club holds activities over a wide area of Norfolk, and has weekly club meetings on Tuesday evenings at Shipdham United Reform Church Hall – between Dereham and Watton, starting about 20:00.

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Time trials

A full calendar of time trials is promoted and for the less talented the cakes are always of the highest order!  In this field of sporting cycling the club has achieved great success, holding at various times a number of National Championships & Records.

Sunday Club runs

With effect from 18th May 2014 club runs will start at 8:00 am.

Sunday club runs leave Dereham Market Place near the War Memorial for a ride of approximately 50 miles at 15-16 mph.We currently do not have a Sunday Runs Captain, members meeting up for an informal ride, for more information contact Don Saunders (01953 88429701953 884297 – don@iceni.info).

“Wrinklies” runs

For those able to get out on their bikes on a Thursday morning there are the ‘Wrinklie’s’ meets.WRINKLIE’S RUNS LIST:  Feb March 2015

We meet at various cafés around the county about 10:30 to 11:00 for coffee and cakes. Despite the name there is no age restriction and all cyclists are welcome to join us.

Proud to sponsor EACH

Cycling Club Breckland is not sponsored, but is a sponsor of East Anglian Children’s Hospices (EACH). The very popular ‘Ride for Life’ organised with Eastern Counties Newspapers, for EACH, is based at Santon Downham in the heart of the Thetford Forest. Cycling Club Breckland is indeed lucky to be situated surrounded by so much excellent cycling country.