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CTC Cambridge

Rides in Jan and Feb

Saturday, 23 December 2017 

Our programme of rides for January and February is now published. We've planned some shorter routes for these mid-winter rides, reflecting the short days and the possibility of bad weather. Our Sunday all-day rides and our Thursday rides both aim to be home before dark, but please bring lights for all the winter rides in case we are delayed.  

Note that our Thursday "city start" rides are changing back to a 9.30am start for a few weeks in January and February. Meanwhile, our Sunday all-day rides continue with their shorter "winter ride" format, except for the ride on 18th Feb ride which will be a short ride to our rescheduled club lunch which we hope will be a highlight for the winter.

As always, all our rides depend on having a leader. Don't let worries about the winter weather put you off from leading a winter ride - we will cancel the ride if very bad weather is forecast. So you can always volunteer in confidence - you might hit lucky and have a glorious sunny day! Rupert Goodings

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