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CTC Cambridge

AGM and new committee

Thirty-two members attended our AGM on Sunday 3rd November 2019 at Hauxton Village Hall. A new committee was elected for 2020. The meeting included a discussion about ride leading and group riding guidelines, and was followed by tea and cake. Full details on our about page.

New! The minutes and reports are now available. Minutes of 2019 AGM.

Christmas Lunch - Book now!

Our annual Christmas Lunch will be on Sunday 15th December 2019. We are going somewhere new this year - The Crown in Linton. 12.30pm for 1pm.

Three courses are £28, two courses £23.50. These prices include the service charge. There's a good range of dishes, including a main course vegetarian option, as well as a fish dish with a meat-free cassoulet. As usual, there will be a ride to and back from the meal.

To book, please print the menu, make your selections and send it with a cheque to the address on the form (or to our secretary, John Seton, if you see him on a ride) by Sat 30th Nov.

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

Our next rides

Sunday 24th Nov: Sunday winter ride (moderateThis ride is graded as "moderate". We will go at a steady touring pace, averaging around 12 mph. More, 55-65 miles) Meet at 9.30am at Brookside. Coffee is at Saffron Walden, Mocha Café. Lunch is at Sturmer, Sturmer Nurseries. Changed lunch stop Leader: Susan Goodrich (07776 417499).

Sunday 24th Nov: Sunday afternoon ride (moderateThis ride is graded as "moderate". We will go at a steady touring pace, averaging around 12 mph. More, 35-45 miles) Meet at 1.00pm at Brookside. Tea is at 3.00pm at Waresley Park Garden Centre. Leader: Ray Miller (07910 591846).

Thursday 28th Nov: Thursday ride - village start (moderateThis ride is graded as "moderate". We will go at a steady touring pace, averaging around 12 mph. More, 55-65 miles) Meet at 9.15am at Great Shelford, Square and Compasses. Coffee is at Newmarket, the Tack Room café at Palace House. Lunch is at Chippenham, La Hogue. Earlier start for Newmarket Leader: John Seton (07447 010628).

Thursday 28th Nov: Thursday ride - city start (moderateThis ride is graded as "moderate". We will go at a steady touring pace, averaging around 12 mph. More, 55-65 miles) Meet at 9.15am at Brookside. Coffee is at Newmarket, the Tack Room café at Palace House. Lunch is at Chippenham, La Hogue. Leader: John Jackson (07739 923182).

For rides after 29 Nov see our rides list.

Latest ride reports

10-14 Oct: Milan to Venice Charity Bike Ride
Fiona writes: I joined this lively group of 70 women for three days of cycling in Northern Italy. The ride was in support of Women V Cancer, the umbrella for the three charities Breast Cancer Care, Ovarian Cancer Action and Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust...  (full report)

Breeze rides in our area
Liz writes: On Thursday 12 September I joined the village start from Haslingfield. I took part on this ride on a beautiful sunny morning led by Sheila commencing up the steep Barrington Hill. As is usual...  (full report)

12 Sep: Thursday ride to Reed and Much Hadham
Edward writes: From the beginning this looked as it if it would be a good day for cycling: sunny, warm, and a bit of south-westerly breeze. In other words a good September day. Encouraged by this good...  (full report)

5 Sep: Thursday ride to Saffron Walden and Castle Headingham
Edward writes: It was a surprise to arrive at the Great Shelford start and see only nine riders for our ride to Saffron Walden and Castle Hedingham and only six, it was later reported, in the city. After...  (full report)

29 Aug: Thursday ride to St Neots and Kimbolton
Edward writes: This morning there were thirteen riders who gathered for the run out to St Neots and Kimbolton, one of our longer Thursday rides. After the excessive heat of the last few days it was a welcome relief to arrive in Haslingfield feeling rather more human...  (full report)

We have many more ride reports in the Ride reports index