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CTC Cambridge is a local group of CTC, the national cycling charity.
To contact CTC Cambridge, contact the secretary, John Ross. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07876 551210 Home: 01954 200101. Email is strongly preferred. See our policy on unsolicited advertising below.
To contact CTC's national office, visit their contact us page or write to CTC, Parklands, Railton Rd, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX.
For queries about a specific ride, the best person to contact is the leader of that ride. Their phone number is usually given on the rides list. For general questions about our rides, or to volunteer to lead a ride, contact the runs secretary, Rupert Goodings (email@example.com or phone 01223 851549). Email is strongly preferred.
The group has a welfare officer whose role is to be accessible to members to help them in addressing issues such as complaints against individuals, the protection of vulnerable adults and children, and issues of discrimination.
The welfare officer is Cheryl Granville. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publicity and membership
Publicity and membership promotion is coordinated locally by our membership secretary Julia Hochbach (email@example.com).
Membership is maintained by CTC nationally. Joining the national organisation automatically makes you a member of your local group. Find out how to join here (this link takes you to the national CTC website).
Queries about individual membership, renewals etc should be addressed to CTC national office, not this local group.
Right to Ride
For queries about this website contact the web officer, Nigel Deakin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Policy on unsolicited advertising
We are always interested in hearing from possible mid-morning, lunch and late-afternoon tea stops in the local countryside around Cambridge. If we decide to visit we'll add a link to our website.
Whilst our members may well be interested in commercial cycling holidays, it isn't the role of CTC Cambridge to get involved in publicising them so please don't sent us adverts. They will just be deleted. Don't ask us to forward adverts for cycling holidays to our members; we won't. And please don't ask us to add links to hotels and tour operators to our links page; we won't.
Cycling for pleasure
If you're looking for sociable and non-competitive bike rides in the local countryside, CTC Cambridge is the cycling club for you.
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Our next rides (to 2 Jun)
Wednesday 27th May: Evening ride (moderate, 25-35 miles) Meet at 6.30pm at Brookside. Pub stop is at 8.30pm at Reach, The Dyke's End. Sunset tonight is at 9.04pm. Leader: Nigel Deakin (07747 105576).
Thursday 28th May: Thursday ride (moderate, 55-65 miles) Meet at 9.30am at Haslingfield Green. Coffee is at Swavesey, Compass Cafe (Bethel Baptist Church). Lunch is at Moggerhanger, Woodland Café. Leader: Jim Bamberg.
Sunday 31st May: Sunday longer ride (challenging, 90-100 miles) Meet at 8.30am at Brookside. Coffee is at Hinxworth, Farrowby Farm. Lunch is at Whitwell, Emily's Tea Shop. Tea is at 4.00pm at Braughing, Church Hall. Leader: Gareth Rees (07889 364390).
Sunday 31st May: Car-assisted ride (moderate, 45-55 miles) Meet at 9.00am at Maidwell, Picnic Area on NCN 6, GR SP755773. Bring lights for tunnel. Contact leader to arrange transport. Leader: Adrian Lee (01223 565834).
Sunday 31st May: Sunday afternoon ride (moderate, 40-50 miles) Meet at 1.30pm at Brookside. Tea is at 4.00pm at Braughing, Church Hall. Leader: John Ferguson (01223 366887).
Tuesday 2nd Jun: Senior Cyclists group (leisurely) Meet for lunch at 12.30pm at Hemingford Abbots, The Axe and Compass. Contact leader for more information Leader: Clive Peace (07474 711920).
What we do
We organise four or five cycle rides a week throughout the year. Newcomers are welcome on all our rides.
On most Sundays we have two rides: an all-day ride (from 60 to 90 miles) and an afternoon ride (30-50 miles), though on some Sundays in winter we have just a single ride. We also have shorter Saturday morning rides (15-25 miles) twice a month at a slower pace than the Sunday rides. We hold a mix of rides during the week. On Tuesdays our senior cyclists' group rides at a gentle pace to a pub for lunch and back (30-40 miles). On Wednesdays in the summer (and occasionally during the winter) we have short evening rides. And on Thursdays we have a very popular all-day ride that starts out-of-town and is usually shorter than the Sunday rides (at around 40-70 miles).
Find out more about riding with CTC Cambridge.
For a calendar of all our rides see our monthly rides lists (see links on left).
You don't have to be a member to try us out, but if you become a regular you are expected to join. Find out how to join here.