Thinking of joining a cycling club?

Welcome to East Coast Cycling!

As the name implies, “East Coast Cycling Club” is situated on the east coast of South Africa with Durban as our host city. We are largely a social cycling club and, while we may not have too many “Racing Snakes”, we offer a great, friendly environment for all, from beginners to competitive cyclists. Above all though, we stand by our motto of being the “Friendliest Cycling Club in town”.


Active Members


Monthly Rides


Clubs Involved


Avg Km / Ride

Why should I join ECCC?

Joining a club is a great way to get the most out of your cycling. Whether you are a seasoned racer or a complete beginner, there is nothing better than riding with like-minded cyclists to develop your skills and challenge yourself.

The Friendship

With organised group rides weekly for cyclists of various skill levels, joining a club Is the perfect way to discover new routes, new riding buddies, improve your group-riding skills and connect with fellow cyclists in a social setting. Not only that, but you can also learn things from other cyclists like bike-repair tips, workout ideas and other secrets to improve your cycling.

Staying in the Know

Being a part of a cycling club will help to keep you in touch with the Durban cycling scene.


ECCC has a weekly newsletter that is sent out by the Chairman to keep our members up to date on cycling-related developments, such as new bike lanes in the area, upcoming events, recent legislation of interest and new members to the club.


We also have a Facebook Page for all our members to interact with and stay abreast of important information. Click on the Facebook icon at the bottom of our page to go straight there!

Various Riding Groups

We have several groups that will be sure to suit your riding needs; whether you consider yourself a professional or a newcomer to cycling.

And we don’t just cater for the “Roadies” either. We also have a MTB riding group for those who like to hit the dirt trails.

You get to Wear the Club’s Colours!

Wear that jersey proudly as you now represent the larger cycling community.