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CTC Cambridge

And then there were six

We are back to booked rides.

We are back to a strict legal limit of just six riders on all our rides. This also means the return of booked rides where you must contact the leader in advance of the ride to book a place. Please read our Supplementary Guide for Riders while Covid-19 restrictions apply.

It is disappointing to return to these stricter rules but the reasons are clear. We ask you all to accept the reality and to fully comply with the new rules on official rides and on informal rides. We encourage informal rides with small groups as a good option for many people, but we will try to operate a few official rides if we can.

We will only announce official led rides if we have a leader for those rides. So this also a gentle request to any registered leaders to email Rupert if they would like to lead a booked club ride in the near future. Leaders are also welcome to contact Rupert with their suggestions if they want to lead a ride.

There's a full index of news items in the News archive

Our next rides

Please read our guide for taking part in rides during Covid-19 restrictions. All our rides are socially-distanced and are limited to 6 or fewer riders. Bring a face covering with you: most cafe stops require one. Booking is required for all rides: all riders must contact the leader and book a place in advance.

Saturday 26th Sep: Saturday social booked ride (leisurelyThis ride is graded as "leisurely". We aim to go at a pace suitable for anyone who can ride a bike, slower than our "moderate" rides. More, 15-25 miles) Meet at 10.00am at Brookside. Coffee is at Shepreth, Teacake Café. Booking essential: contact the leader to book your place. Leader: John Seton (07447 010628).
For rides after 1 Oct see our rides list.

Latest ride reports

12 Sep: Not the World’s Biggest Bike Ride
John S writes: Today has been billed by Cycling UK as the day for the World’s Biggest Bike Ride. Not wanting to be left out, CTC Cambridge played its part by holding a Saturday Social ride. Angela W, Dennis S, Ian W, John E, John S, Phil N and Terry S met at the War Memorial in Shelford... (full report)

16 Aug: Afternoon ride to Waresley
Greg writes: So many firsts on this ride…. Dana came on her first ride. She first arrived at 10am for a 1.30pm ride: a slight mix up but I'm please to report that she was there for the start, armed with her impressively well-built Dutch single-speed shopper... (full report)

We have many more ride reports in the Ride reports index