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Shocking violence towards cyclist sparks Met man-hunt

The police have released footage of a man who aggressively pushed a female cyclist off her bike into the road in Tower Hamlets, London. The attack was captured on the woman’s helmet cam and has since gone viral.
Still of the man captured from the cyclist's helmet cam

A shocking display of violence and aggression is evident in the release of helmet cam footage sent to the Met police earlier this summer. In the space of just 18 seconds, a female cyclist sees a pedestrian walking into her path, and asks him not to knock her off her bike. The pedestrian then runs after the cyclist, and starts shouting at the cyclist before pushing her over into busy Sidney Street, in Tower Hamlets.

Gillian Domleo Bike Ride

Mass Participation Charity Ride

The Gillian Domleo Fundraising Events  (https://www.facebook.com/events/1571874236398578/)
This page is dedicated to Gillian Domleo and her ability to reach out and help others in their time of need. Various events will be planned over the coming years and we would like to raise much needed funds for the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance, who need approximately £1.8 million each year to fly their air ambulance.

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My Ride to Work: Sam Jones

As CTC prepares for Cycle to Work day, campaigner Sam Jones blogs on how he started cycling to work 8 years ago and the delights of his ride today.
Cycle To Work Day 2015 takes place on 3 September

I started cycle commuting when I moved back to London for work in 2007. Down in the west country I had had access to the excellent Scooter to Work scheme, and by applying my learning from the Compulsory Basic Training to the busy London streets I found the experience altogether less terrifying than when I had tried cycling previously in the metropolis during my uni days.


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Monday MTB rides

Monday evening MTB rides. Meet at the Younghayes for 1830 departure. Car sharing is encouraged. For more info visit our Facebook Page. 


Beginners ride and AGM

The yearly AGM falls on the 14th of September this year. We will meet at the Younghayes Centre for an 1830 departure to the New Inn, Broadclyst. This is a 6 mile round trip, helmets are mandatory and lights if you intend on cycling back as the light will not be in our favour. 

The evening is a great opportunity to meet club members, see what it's all about and potentially get involved with helping to run the club. 

Social Sunday Mountain Bike

Sunday Social rides with MTB ride leaders Tom and or Rich. For more info see our Facebook page. Meet at the Younghayes Centre car park.

Ladies Only Wednesday Rides

Ladies ONLY rides, meet every Wednesday with ride leader Jo. These rides vary on distance and timings and are suitable for all abilities. More info can be found on our facebook pages https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cranbrook-Cycle-Club-Rides-Events

Monday Night Road Rides

Weekly road ride led by CCC ride leaders, Paul, Andrew and or Ed.Routes and distance vary and will be advertised on the clubs Rides, Events and News Facebook page. 

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Book now for the Big Bike Bash 2015

The Big Bike Bash is back again this August for a weekend of mountain bike family fun at UK Youth's Avon Tyrell Centre in the New Forest.
Mountain biking in the New Forest

The Big Bike Bash takes place at the charity UK Youth’s Avon Tyrrell Activity Centre in the New Forest on 28 - 31 August.


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Mid-Week Social Ride

Mid-week evening sociable ride covering about 20 miles at a steady 12-15 mph lasting 1½ - 2 hours.

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