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CTC Cambridge

iSpysolation round 8 results

John S writes: All good things must come to an end - even our fabled iSpysolation competition, as we move into spring, out of lockdown, and back to group riding. The judging panel is pleased to announce that Round 8 was won by Chris and Ruth. Once again, well done to everyone who took part. Read about the results of round 8 and see some of the pictures.

A cautious restart for our rides

As expected, the rules are changing on 29th March as part of the government roadmap out of lockdown. This means that we can restart some group rides. We plan to restart slowly with some booked rides for small groups of six and we plan to delay our restart until after the busy Easter weekend.

Informal groups of individuals are strictly limited to groups of six (the "rule of 6") and we think it is better for our club rides to follow the same rule at first. This means that we will restart with 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.   

There is an option for larger groups in the near future: Cycling UK are advising that larger groups are allowed under the organised sport exemption. But they also recommend smaller group sizes. We will consider increasing the group sizes if things go well. But for now, we ask you all to be patient (but only in the non NHS sense).

A big reason for the limit of six is to allow the use of cafe stops. Government restrictions still set a maximum group of six individuals from different households for cafes - and only for outdoor seating. Our recommended group size of 6 is chosen with this in mind.

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. Cafe stops will be outside only. Bring a face covering with you. Booking is required for all rides and please only book one future ride to share the places fairly.

Units

Saturday 24th Apr: 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, approx 22 miles35 km) Meet at 10.00am at Brookside. Coffee is at Swavesey, The Nook. Booking essential: contact the leader to book your place. Leader: Ian Wright (07907 774939).

Sunday 25th Apr: Sunday morning booked ride (moderateThis ride is graded as "moderate". We will go at a steady touring pace, averaging around 12 mph. More, approx 50 miles80 km) Meet at 9.30am at Brookside. Takeaway stop at Kedington, Village shop. Booking essential: contact the leader to book your place. Leader: David Secher (07989 380148).
For rides after 28 Apr see our rides list.

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