Rides in Sept and Oct
Our September and October rides lists are now available. In September our Sunday all-day rides will be visiting some new and forgotten lunch stops. On 21st Sept we'll be trying out a new farm cafe near Hatfield forest (details), whilst on 28th Sept we'll be revisiting the Station Cafe in Rayne after a long gap (details).
Our Sunday afternoon rides continue until the end of October, after which we intend to change to our winter rides format after the clocks change on 26 October. As a consolation, we have booked a traditional pub tea on 19th Oct at the Chestnut Tree in West Wratting (details).
Our Wednesday evening rides continue each week until the end of September, whilst our Thursday all-day rides (our most popular) carry on as normal.
We're currently arranging leaders for this next set of rides, so if you're a member and are able to lead a ride please contact Rupert, our runs secretary (contact details).
Notice of AGM
The AGM of CTC Cambridge will be held at 3.30pm on Sunday 2nd November at Hauxton Village Hall. All committee posts will be up for election.
Latest ride reports from the CTC Cambridge Blog
18 Sep: Thursday ride to Newport and Great Saling
Edward writes: Another glorious day in this fabulous Indian Summer we have all been enjoying for the month of September. This morning followed the pattern of previous days; cool and misty early on and then sunshine and a warm sun from mid morning for the rest of the day. (more)
17 Sep: Evening ride to Great Wilbraham
Nigel writes: The nights are drawing in, with sunset at 7.15pm, and the nights are getting cooler, but this evening was dry with a slight breeze, offering good conditions for our penultimate evening ride of the summer season. (more)
14 Sep: All-day ride to Newmarket, Chippenham and Wicken
Nigel writes: There were six riders at Brookside for the first stage of today's all-day ride: Rupert, Lynn, Neil, Jim, me and our leader Eva. (more)
11 Sep: Thursday ride Ashwell and Benington
Edward writes: This Thursday it was something of a surprise to arrive at Haslingfield Green to find nineteen riders as quite a number of regulars were away cycling in Derbyshire. (more)