Book now for the 2015 Christmas Lunch

Our annual Christmas Lunch will be at 1.30pm on Sunday 13th December 2015 at Bourn Golf Club.

Three courses are £21.95, two courses £18.95. The club will pay the service charge which is additional. To book, please print the menu, make your selections and send it with a cheque to the address on the form by Mon 30th Nov.

Rides in November and December

Our November and December rides lists are now available. During these winter months our rides become shorter, with both our Sunday and Thursday rides aiming to get home before dark. But please do bring lights for these rides in case of delays and fading light. We also have Wednesday evening rides on 25 Nov (details) and 16 Dec (details). You'll definitely need lights for these! In addition we continue our twice-monthly Saturday morning social rides.

Latest ride reports from the CTC Cambridge Blog

29 Nov: Sunday afternoon ride to Ickleton
Ray writes: The BBC were forecasting showers and wind gusting at up to 45mph, so I set off for Brookside hoping to find nobody there, return home, and curl up with a book. (more)

26 Nov: Thursday ride to Swavesey and St Neots
Edward writes: With seventeen riders at the start point in Haslingfield Green it would appear that numbers for the Thursday winter rides had started to decrease but this would be to ignore the fact that our coffee destination would be the Baptist Chapel in Swavesey. (more)

25 Nov: Evening ride to Hemingford Abbots
Nigel writes: Tonight was our second monthly "moonlight" ride of the winter, a relaxing cruise along the busway to St Ives and beyond. (more)

22 Nov: Sunday afternoon ride to St Ives
Simon writes: This is my first ever blog as a registered CTC ride leader. In no small part do I have Ray and John F to thank; they encouraged me to make this move by showing a commitment to continue Sunday afternoon rides through the winter. (more)

22 Nov: Sunday ride to Ickleton and Langley
Ray writes: I had been fighting off a cold all week, so today was one of those days where I'd have rolled over and gone back to sleep if I hadn't volunteered to lead the ride. (more)