Ride Groups Explained

Group A

‘A’ groups are the fastest and longest approximately 90-110km at an average speed in the low 30s kph. It is ideal for riders looking for a fast-paced and hard ride.

 

Depending on the number of riders, this group may split into two. Our goal is to have groups of 8 to 10 compatible riders.

 

This group sticks together and stops for flats or mechanicals and ensures no rider gets left behind.

 

Group B

Group B is the intermediate group.  Rides are usually 60-80km in length at an average speed in the high 20s kph.

 

Depending on the number of riders, this group may split into two. Our goal is to have groups of 8 to 10 compatible riders.

 

This group sticks together and stops for flats or mechanicals and ensures no rider gets left behind.

 

Group C

Group ‘C’ is the slowest and usually rides about 60km at an average in the low 20s kph. If you are new to group rides then you should consider coming to our Tuesday Evening Group ride prior to joining our weekend rides. 

 

Depending on the number of riders, this group may split into two. Our goal is to have groups of 8 to 10 compatible riders.

 

This group sticks together and stops for flats or mechanicals and ensures no rider gets left behind.

Group rides are for NECC Members only - not a member? Join Now.

Please review the "NEWMARKET EAGLES CYCLING CLUB: PRACTICES FOR GROUP RIDES, TIME TRIALS AND PURSUITS" which can be found on our Club Ride Rules page.

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