From their website:
Welcome to the home of Salt and Sham, a brand new affiliated cycling club in the South West of England. Based in the towns of Saltford and Keynsham, hence the name, the club has evolved from a casual group of local riders getting out for a Saturday morning social. The club now attracts new recruits from Bristol, Bath and everywhere in between. We have 80+ regulars and continue to grow naturally through word of mouth, friends of friends, colleagues and by reputation.
Salt and Sham is informal, friendly and only as competitive as each individual wants to be. Members range from experienced sportive riders, triathletes and iron men through to relatively inexperienced cyclists and outright novices. Regardless of age or ability, we are one group and no-one gets left behind.
Club activities are centred on a regular 40km lap of Chew Valley Lake on Saturday mornings, starting and finishing in Keynsham. We are biased, but this gently undulating route (with a couple of short, sharp, testing hills) is about the best possible way to kick off your weekend. The route starts at Ashton Way car park at 7am.
After the ride, all riders head to HQ, Keynsham Cricket Club pavilion, for bacon rolls, tea cakes and hot drinks. Salt and Sham is a sociable club, and we encourage all riders to join in the post-ride analysis and chat back at the cricket club. Given that the route takes in some of the most picturesque spots in the South West of England, there’s always something to discuss.