Tandem Club

National Group

Tandem Club

With 3000 members and Regional Officers organising rides around the UK, the Tandem Club is the national and international club for all tandemists.  If you are thinking of getting a tandem or you already know the joys of riding together we are here for you.


Our activities 
Leisure/Touring rides
Family rides
Campaigning group
About us 

Exceptionally good value at just £15 pa for a couple

Bi-monthly Tandem Club Journal, 48 pages packed with news and views on the tandeming scene. Everything for the tandem enthusiast; technical advice, maintenance, tandem touring, tandeming with children, what's new, letters, sales and wants

Three Club rallies every year; two in the UK and one in Europe. A wonderful way to holiday with your tandem - browse the Picture Gallery and see how much fun the rallies are. The picture above is at an International Rally in The Netherlands.

Great social riding for duos/couples and families at all levels.  Most of our members are couples. Some are VI or disabled who ride with a partner. We also have an active family membership - see Picture Gallery

A network of Local Groups organising day and weekend group rides

Advice for disabled cyclists

A spoken-word edition of the Journal for VI Members and others

We are affiliated to Cycling UK, we support their campaigns and TC Members can access Cycling UK membership at a discounted rate  

Members Area of the Club website  https://www.tandem-club.org.uk   with information on:

  • Where to purchase a tandem in the UK
  • How to ride a tandem
  • Transporting tandems by car, train and plane
  • What to take with you
  • Tandeming with children
  • Low-cost For Sale system to buy or sell your tandem or parts on-line.
  • Retailer discount

You do not have to own a tandem to join.  Annual subscription £15 for one Full Member and one Joint Member

Welcome to the Club.


Information about the group rides 

Rides are organised for Tandem Club Members by Local Groups around the country. These are informal day rides, typically 25 to 40 miles, and usually follow a route designed to appeal to tandemists with stops and time to get to know each other.  Come along and try a local ride in your area to see if it suits you both. For more information and Local Group contact details see the Club website.