Balham Cycling Club was formed in 1897 by the landlord of The Balham Hotel (now the Regent), George Huntley
The club has a rich heritage which includes a cycling manufacturing icon in Claud Butler, a world record holder in Albert Wills, Team GB star Basil Bragg and a legendary race in The Balham Rough Stuff.
A photograph found in a battered old suitcase inspires the latest reincarnation of the club…no really.
To find out more about the history of Balham Cycling Club visit the Balham Cycling Club heritage blog
Ride Velo magazine tells our story – A Victorian Cycling Club Reborn.