Rides in Sept and Oct

Our September and October rides lists are now available. These introduce some significant changes to our all-day rides on Sundays which we hope will make them fit in better with the needs of members.

On most Sundays our all-day ride is replaced by a slightly shorter 2-stop ride which stops for morning coffee and lunch and then returns directly back to Cambridge without a tea stop. On the remaining Sundays, about once a month, we have an all-day ride on the traditional pattern with stops for morning coffee, lunch and tea. In both cases the start time of these rides will be 9.30am. Our Sunday afternoon rides continue as normal. For a more detailed description of how these rides work please see our new Ride types page, and please let us know what you think of these new arrangements.

Our other rides continue as normal. Our ever-popular Thursday rides continue to go from strength to strength every week. Our short and leisurely Saturday morning social rides continue twice a month. Our evening rides continue each Wednesday in September before switching to monthly in October. And our regular Senior Cyclists group continues to meet for lunch each Tuesday. With such a range of rides available, we hope there's one that suits you. If not, tell us!

Latest ride reports from the CTC Cambridge Blog

30 Aug: Sunday afternoon ride to Wicken
Peter writes: I arrived at Brookside a few minutes early on a dull afternoon when it was not quite raining, to find Mike, John E and Simon already there. (more)

27 Aug: Thursday ride to Newport and Great Saling
Edward writes: About twenty cyclists arrived in Hauxton, including Edmund who was making his first ride with us, having previously been on the shorter weekend rides. (more)

26 Aug: Evening ride to Newton
Nigel writes: Despite summer approaching its end, with sunset becoming earlier and earlier at an alarming rate, our evening rides continue to be every bit as popular as they have been all year. (more)

23 Aug: Afternoon ride to Ickleton
John writes: From Brookside four riders set off at 1.30pm. for the eagerly anticipated tea stop at St Mary's in Braughing (one of our best Church Hall tea stops). (more)

23 Aug: Sunday all-day ride to Saffron Walden, Hatfield Broad Oak and Braughing
Nigel writes: I hadn't expected much of a ride today. The day started off warm, dry and sunny: delightful conditions for a bike ride. (more)