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Community Cycle Club opens in Aldershot

A group of keen young adults were the first recruits to complete CTC Cycle Maintenance training as part of the new Community Cycle Club in Aldershot.
The Community Cycle Club at The Source in Aldershot

The CTC Cycle Maintenance training course was part of the new Community Cycle Club at The Source In Aldershot. The aim of the course is to equip young people with skills for life while promoting cycling and providing a valued community service.

The Community Cycle Club will be a focus for cycling within the Aldershot area and will provide the following services and activities:

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Wheels for All - Get Cycling in Sefton celebrates

Wheels for All - Get Cycling in Sefton at the Litherland centre has been running for 10 years, so CTC's Inclusive Cycling Officer Jayne Rodgers went along to their party to meet some of the people who have been helped to cycle.
The Lord Mayor of Sefton

As CTC's Inclusive Cycling Champion for the North West, I went to the party and met lots of the regulars and I also met members of local groups and individuals from all over Sefton who came to try out the bikes and find out more about the centre.  

The Lord Mayor opened the event, cut the cake and saw how wonderful and truly inclusive the centre is. 

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Brenda’s story – learning to ride a bike with CTC

Brenda was keen to join in one of the local led rides; the only problem was, she’d never ridden a bike before! Through the help of CTC’s Ross Adams, she’s now riding a bike and cycling with her family.
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CTC’s cycling development officer, Ross Adams, received an enquiry from Brenda who was keen to take part in one of the newly launched ladies only cycle rides in Sefton, Merseyside. The only problem was, she’d never ridden a bike before!

Ross was eager to make sure that everyone had the same opportunity to attend the rides and arranged a day to meet Brenda for some one-to-one cycle training at Litherland Sports Park. On the first day, Brenda arrived with bags of enthusiasm, and, with a bike, helmet and a dedicated cycle track to practise on, everything was set to begin.

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CTC mourns passing of John Radford

Friend, fellow cyclist and future CTC Councillor Martyn Bolt says a few words on the passing of fellow Councillor John Radford.
John Radford

It is with great sadness that I mark the passing of one of the stalwarts in northern cycling, CTC Councillor John Radford (70). John was knocked from his bike by a car in July 2013, and never recovered from his injuries, requiring constant care for the rest of his life.

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CTC-Cyclenation Annual Conference 2014

Type: 
Conference
Cost: 
£25 adults or £12.50 for students.Enter discount code 'stucnc' at the checkout.Valid student card required.

Hosted by the London Cycling Campaign

Sponsored by Lambeth Council, London
This year’s joint annual Cyclenation-CTC conference will be hosted by the London Cycling Campaign. The event is kindly being sponsored by Lambeth Council and will take place at Lambeth Town Hall on on Saturday 22nd November, 9:30-18:00.

The 2014 conference will provide unique insights into the political dynamics of cycling at local and national level.

South West CTC Campaigns Training Day - Bristol

Type: 
Conference
Cost: 
Free

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

Pedal in Preston Park

Cycle track event raising money for charity.

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Lancashire Youth Challenge wins Sport England Project of the Year

The Lancaster Youth Challenge(LYC), a sports and arts programme delivered by The Dukes, Marsh Community Centre, Fylde YMCA and the national cycle charity CTC, received the Sportivate (Sport England) Project of the Year Award at a ceremony in the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday.
Lancaster Youth Challenge

Lancaster Youth Challenge is an annual sports and creativity challenge for young people who live in the Lancaster district. It is a CTC partnership project.

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