Runs & Events

The majority of our runs are advertised on the Runs and Meets section of our Surrey TRF Forum.

If you are not a TRF member, why not join the TRF for access to many runs, information about Right of Way and helping to fight the many Byway closures that we face. Click on the ‘Join the TRF!’ link on the menu to the left to visit the TRF website.

We will take non members out once, if you enjoy the run and wish to come out again we expect you to join the TRF.

Maximum 6 people to each run

All runs have limited places. Contact the run leader to get details and ensure your place

PLEASE PAY £1 TO YOUR RUN LEADER 

Definitions of Surrey TRF Run levels:

Easy:

  • Ideal for new members
  • Leisurely pace
  • Lots of rest stops
  • Shorter days riding.
  • Easier terrain for most of the route. i.e. no steep descents/ascents.

Intermediate :

  • For more experienced riders
  • A faster pace
  • Less rest stops
  • Longer days riding
  • The terrain would be more difficult in places. i.e. steep descents/ascents.

Note: These are guidelines: if unsure, do not hesitate to discuss with the nominated run leader.

Before the Run – What You Will Need:

  • Slightly slacken off the brake & clutch levers, (at the mounting with the handlebars) so they move when they hit the ground, rather than breaking. (These can break even with wrap around hand guards fitted)
  • Fit wrap around hand guards to protect your hands and levers.
  • Full tank of petrol
  • Enough tools to carry out repairs on the trail.
  • Spare inner tube (21-inch will fit both wheels), tyre levers and pump
  • Spare split link for chain
  • Spare levers. (These can break even with wrap around hand guards fitted)
  • Clothing: Essential – Moto X boots, eye protection, knee & elbow protectors, waterproofs.
  • Recommended – Moto X type helmet & goggles, which is light and allows air to circulate, and body armour. You will get hot on the trail, so do not overdress.
  • Sense of humourRun Rules :
  • Turn engine off when meeting horses
  • Slow down to walking pace when meeting walkers
  • Close gates
  • At all junctions or turnings ensure that you wait for the rider behind you.
  • If you do get lost or separated, wait where you are, we will come back for you.

List of Ordnance Survey (OS) Maps for the main areas where we ride

Landranger Series 1:50,000 scale :

  • Dorking & Reigate, No 187
  • Aldershot & Guildford, No 186
  • Winchester & Basingstoke, No 185
  • Chichester & The Downs, No 197
  • Explorer Series 1:25,000 scale :

  • Dorking & Reigate, No 146
  • Guildford & Farnham, No 145
  • Crawley & Horsham, No 134
  • Basingstoke & Alton, No 144
  • Winchester & The Meons, No 132
  • Haslemere & Petersfield, No 133
  • The Explorer maps are more detailed and easier to read, but you would need to carry more maps with you.
  • We recommend that you use a map holder to make navigating easier, and mark up the Byways & UCRs with a highlighter pen.
  • You can bring your maps to club night and use our Master Maps to mark up yours