The Club was founded in 1983 at the time that road running was developing as a popular sport.
In its early days, the Club was based at Exeter Hall in the centre of Kidlington before moving to the Gosford Hill Sports Centre. In the late 90s, however, the Club joined Gosford All Blacks Rugby Club and Kidlington Cricket Club as founder member clubs of the new Stratfield Brake Recreation Ground on the southern outskirts of the village. This facility, developed with the aid of major lottery funding, covers 20 acres and adjoins a further 20 acres of paths, nature reserve and recently planted woodland. A bridge from that area directly across the Oxford – Birmingham canal was built in 2006, which gives immediate access to the countryside.