About Cappuccino Cycling Club

Covid-19 Update: 

Following the Government announcement of a new national lockdown, commencing 5th January, we are once again suspending all club activity.

Government guidance does however allow exercise to be taken once a day, with members of your immediate household/bubble and one other person. This exercise should be taken in your local area, which is defined as the village, town or city that you live in.

Club officers continue to liaise closely with British Cycling and monitor Government guidelines, but the safety of our members and the reputation of the club are paramount.

Unfortunately, due to the Covid guidelines we are having to operate under, we can not accept any new members to the club at this time.


The Cappuccino Cycling Club was established in 2009 by a group of cycling friends living in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

The aim of the club is to enjoy and promote road cycling in one of the most beautiful areas of the country and to do this in a friendly and enjoyable environment.

We are primarily road cyclists (drop-bar) and a typical run out will involve a route from Harrogate, which will normally be around 50 miles on our weekend club runs, and most of the time does involve stopping off at a cafe to recharge our batteries with coffee and cakes.  We normally advise new members that they should not be beginners to road cycling and have a reasonable level of fitness.

We ride four times a week on a Saturday and Sunday mornings, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, meeting outside Harrogate Squash and Fitness Club, Hookstone Wood Road, Harrogate.

Details of all club rides can be found on the Ride Times and Details page

We also meet on the first Friday of every month at a bar or pub in Harrogate from 7.30pm for a few beers and to discuss anything cycling or club related.

The Cappuccino Cycling Club is also affiliated to British Cycling.