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CycleShow 2014

£13.00 (£11.50 in advance)

Welcome to this year's show

The countdown has started to the UK's biggest cycling show. Capping what will be an amazing year for cycling in Britain, the show is primed and ready to be the biggest yet.

After another record attendance and highest-ever number of stands last year, the show has expanded into a new hall and the floorplan is already well over three-quarters full so expect a bumper crop of 2015 bikes fresh out of the wrappers.

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Women's Cycling Forum discusses inclusive cycling

The Women's Cycling Forum in Edinburgh met for the first time recently. As CTC's Inclusive Cycling Officer for the North West, Jayne Rodgers was invited to be there to present and facilitate a round table discussion about inclusive cycling.
Break-out for discussion a the WCF

Saturday 14 June saw the first meeting of the Women's Cycling Forum in Edinburgh. My reasons for being there were many, but primarily I was invited to present a short summary of the ICC (Inclusive Cycle Champions) programme currently being run in the English regions and also funded by the Big Lottery. The programme is a being conducted in partnership with cycling projects.


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Discover Birkenhead's Heritage by Bike


We will cycle to Woodside (5 miles approx.) stopping to hear a little about the history
We may manage a refreshment stop, too!
Pedal back with us or take the train home

Bring your lights just in case

Bromswold Bike Fest

Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
£5 minimum donation per person

A variety of routes from 2 to 50 miles. Suitable for all the family.

CTC Campaigns Training Day - Birmingham


Join us for a day of workshops on the Road Justice and Space for Cycling campaigns.

North Camp Fayre

Meeting or AGM

BucksMTB Rides with Cycle Chilterns

Join CTC affiliate club, BucksMTB, for a great introduction to mountain bike riding in the Chilterns this year on one of their regular weekend group rides.

Cycle Chilterns Health Rides

Each ride will start from Great Missenden station at 5pm and last for around an hour. The rides are for adults and everyone from 18-100 is welcome, (and over 100 if you’re still fit enough to ride! Ed.) no matter what you’re current level of fitness or ability on a bike.

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CTC has 50 charity places for RideLondon

The Prudential RideLondon has quickly risen to the top of the top of the list of 'must do' events for serious amatuer road cyclists and many were disappointed not to secure a spot. Luckily, as an official partner for the event CTC has 50 places to fill via ballot.
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The 50 places available are believed to be the last available for any hopeful participants. Earlier in the year, 80,000 people entered the ballot to take part in the 100-mile race.

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