Welcome to the Kinross Cycling Club.

Founded in March 2009, Kinross Cycling Club has grown quickly and currently sits at around 100 members.
We have a wide variety of riders, male and female ranging from senior cyclists in their 20s to veterans and supervets in their 40s, 50s and 60s.

We welcome riders of all abilities; from those looking just to keep fit and have an amiable Sunday morning run with fellow cyclists, to those looking to compete in national and international sportives and take their first steps into Category 4 racing or SCU time trials.

We meet every Sunday morning (weather permitting) at Loch Leven Community Campus (Kinross High School). Rides normally start at 09:00 (summer time) and 09:30 (during the winter months). But check our web site calendar. Depending on numbers and levels of fitness, we split into 2 or 3 groups for rides of 3-4 hours in the summer and 2-3 hours in the winter. During the lighter evenings, April to September we also meet on Thursday evenings at 18:45, and there are opportunities for other group rides or training throughout the year. We also have our very popular Grand Prix series of time trials and hill climbs which are keenly contested throughout the season. Kinross CC is also well known as organisers of the Sportive Kinross cyclosportive event run every April and club members get an advanced guaranteed entry to this sell out event as a benefit of membership. Many of our members used to cycle on their own, but now appreciate the company and extra fitness that riding with fellow cyclists can bring. We also have many members who have come from other sports and are looking for a new challenge. So if you are new to cycling and looking for some tips and company, or a keen cyclist wanting to be pushed in group riding, why not come along and give us a try.

You are welcome to join us for 2 or 3 rides before deciding whether we are the sort of club you are looking for. We think you will like what you find.

A great days racing was had by all. Both by competitors and organisers alike. In the morning race it was a great result for the Kinross CC with our own Andy Bruce winning the Masters race Results can be found on the Road Race Website with some pictures in the Club Gallery.

A total of 23 teams turned out to contest the 2014 ten mile team time trial on a very windy Sunday morning. Despite the forecast of showers throughout the morning, it did stay dry with the sun putting in an appearance on several occasions helping to reduce the effects of wind chill.......

Kinross Cycling Club the organisers of the super successful cycle event Sportive Kinross in association Alpine Bikes kept up with the events plan to help local good causes. Club Chairman Paul Zarb recently presented a cheque for £500 to some of the children from Kinross Otters swimming club along with lead coach Fiona Dodds.

The AGM 2014 Minutes and Treasurers report for 2014 have now been published to the web site.

The weekend of the 8 & 9 June was an eventful one for the KCC. On the Saturday we held our first ever Team Time Trial. read more ....

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