The Saturday and Sunday social rides are the mainstay of recreational road cycling in the club.
*** Changes which came into force on Monday 14th September have affected arrangements for our usual breaks from cycling activity. As such it is not intended that social rides will include a group cafe stop.
Members are of course at liberty to leave the club organised ride if they wish to visit a cafe independently.***
For insurance purposes only members are able to ride and all members must book a place via the club's activity calendar for Trace and Protect purposes.
We have 4 groups scheduled for Saturdays and 2 on Sundays with places limited on each ride.
Saturday 08:30am (18mph)
Saturday 09:00am (18mph)
Crossford, Low Valleyfield, Culross, Kincardine, a short pause at Clackmannan Cross, then North East to Forestmill continuing to Dollar via an unclassified road to the B9140. Then left down Dollarbeg to Dollar and on to Yetts O'Muckhart, Powmill and over Knockhill before regrouping at Redcraigs Toll, before returning to Dunfermline.
Saturday 09:00 (15mph)
Saturday 09:30 (15mph)
Crossford, Low Valleyfield, Culross, Kincardine, a short pause at Clackmannan Cross, then North East to Forestmill , Aberdona, Dollarbeg, Saline then returning to Dunfermline.
Sunday 09:00 (18mph)
Route to be decided on the day
Sunday 10:00am (15mph)
Milesmark, Craigluscar, Redcraigs Toll, Knockhill, Rumbling Bridge, Dollar, Dollarbeg, Coalsnaughton, Fishcross, Clackmannan, Culross, Crossford then back to Dunfermline.
Groups will depart promptly at the times above so members should arrive around 5-10 minutes beforehand, ready to leave on time. Please respect the pace of the rides even if you're the first group off at 9am.
Important Information - Please Read
To avoid disappointment, please make sure you can login to the British Cycling website using your BC number. You can request a password reset if you have forgotten it.
Note: All DCC members have British Cycling numbers regardless of their BC subscription status.
Also make sure that your personal information held by British Cycling is up to date, particularly phone numbers as these would be essential for any coronavirus contact tracing.
If you find you cannot attend, remember to remove your booking to keep the register accurate and free a space for another rider.
Riders should follow appropriate social distancing rules, before the activity, during any stops and after the activity.
If you are feeling unwell or have any symptoms of COVID-19 DO NOT RIDE and if you have attended a club activity and developed symptoms, you should follow the Scottish Government’s ‘Test and Protect’ guidelines, which can be read on the nhsinform.scot website.
You must also immediately self isolate and request a test right away.
As a reminder, the current corona virus symptoms are as follows:
A new continuous cough
A high temperature
A loss or change in taste or smell