We have regular club runs each Sunday morning, departing from the club room - usually 50 miles with a cafe stop.

Club Runs

Cyclocross is a winter sport that's has regained popularity in recent years - NBRC members race regularly


Regular road racing through the season at the MK Bowl, and on road circuits nationwide, including national events.

Road Racing

NBRC members regularly tour by bike, in the UK and abroad. This is a scene from Robert's recent tour in the Outer Hebrides.

Cycle Touring

Time trials are popular, and a good introduction to competitive cycling. Find out about our 2016 club time trials.

Time Trials

About the North Bucks Road Club

The North Bucks Road Club aims to foster all areas of cycling. We have regular club runs, and many members participate in club time trials (we hold a regular series of Wednesday evening events through the season), open time trials, sportives and road racing. Members take part in audax events, reliability trials, mountain biking and tour by bicycle. For the club's latest news, including upcoming events and recent results, click here.

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NBRC on Social Media

The North Bucks Road Club has a Facebook page. This is a good place to look for last minute notes about events, details of extra club rides etc. It's managed separately from this website, but material is copied between the two sites. You can always access the Facebook page via the menu item above.

We also now have a Twitter account - @NorthBucksRC.

If you're keen on using newsfeeds, there is an RSS feed of Latest News.

NBRC Calendar

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Our club kit is manufactured by Bioracer, who also supply the Belgian and Dutch national teams and is proven at the highest levels of the sport. The design shows our heritage as Milton Keynes’ longest running cycling club, whilst giving a fresher modern look.

The club kit available to order and items currently include:

  • Short Sleeve Jersey
  • Long Sleeve Jersey
  • Bib Shorts
  • Gilet
  • Winter Jacket
  • Short Sleeve Skinsuit
  • Long Sleeve Skinsuit

We order kit biannually, in January ready for the new season and again in June/July ready for the colder months. We do however often carry stock items. For full details and the order form, please contact club clothing secretary Nathan Gallavan using this contact form. Note that payment at the point of ordering is essential, ideally by bank transfer (details on the order form).

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The North Bucks Road Club was formed in 1952, after a meeting in the Wheatsheaf pub at Bow Brickhill. Frank Allcorn wrote a brief history of the club for the 40th anniversary, which was reprinted for the 50th anniversary dinner in 2002, and which can be read here. More recently, Derek Taylor has written and published a history of the club, priced £6 - contact Derek for further details.  The club caters for all types of cycling, with members actively racing in time trials and in road races, but also audax, cycle touring and sportives.

Download and complete the application form.  Don't worry about finding proposers and seconders - if you bring it along to one of our club nights, we'll sort that out. First claim membership in 2016 is £25, second claim is £20.

Membership form in Word format (doc)

Membership form in Adobe Acrobat format (pdf)

If you are interested in joining the North Bucks Road Club, why not drop in to one of our regular evening club nights.  We meet at Harley Hall the Wheatsheaf, Bow Brickhill* at 7.30pm, usually on the second Monday of each month.  During the racing season, we hold time trials on Wednesday evenings (see the Club event calendar for details).  
* From June 13th, 2016, we plan to meet at The Wheatsheaf pub, Bow Brickhill.

For the time being, we will continue to meet for club runs at Harley Hall on Sundays. We depart 9am (9.30 in winter months). Harley Hall is a small brick-built hall is located near the junction of V10 (Brickhill Street) and H9 (Groveway), close to the Open University campus.