CTC in England

Louth and District Hospice Bikeathon

Mass Participation Charity Ride
£5, under 16 year olds free

9am 50 mile ride

10am 30 mile ride

11am 10 mile ride

Fen Edge Exodus

Round trip to celebrate the Tour de France in Cambridge.

Space for Cycling Campaigners Conference

Suggested donation £5 - £10 depending on your ability to pay. Payable on the door.


Join us for a day of workshops for local cycle campaigners working on Space for Cycling - or wanting to get involved.

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Cycle stars needed for short film

Do you want to be part of Leatherhead's newest cycle film? CTC and Prudential RideLondon need your help to shoot a short film with a professional production company, Century TV, who film Prudential RideLondon, The Tour of Britain, Tour Series etc.

We are looking for people to come along and act as volunteer flag wavers and cyclists as well.

To register to help,  please email me mark.slater@ctc.org.uk or lisar@ridelondon.co.uk with your details ASAP.

Date:                                     Saturday 22 March


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Volunteers required to test a new cycle ride in Reading - chance to win £30 worth of vouchers!

Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)

Volunteers required to test a new cycle ride in Reading - chance to win £30 worth of vouchers!

Sunday 30 March 2014, between 09:00 am & 10:00 am

As part of an exciting new CTC Community project, we are looking for volunteers to help test out a new and fun cycle ride at Prospect Park, Liebenrood Road, Reading, RG30 2ND.

The ride consists of an 8 km off road circuit in a lush green environment with friends around and free refreshments!

Tour de France 2013

Dave will show his pictures of the 2013 Tour de France and other places of interest

Spiders' Web

A ride through the local lanes to the Cyclists' cafe near RAF Cosford

Gridiron 100km

Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Sportive/Challenge Ride

The route is a circuit of the New Forest, as far as possible along minor forest roads, which of necessity crosses many cattle grids - hence the ‘Gridiron’. New Forest ‘Commoners’ have the right to graze their animals on the forest and they roam free. The cattle grids are there to keep them in the forest but not off the roads. If their cattle, ponies, donkeys or pigs decide to cross the road, they will! They have ‘right of way’ so be careful.

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