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Herts Wheelers Audax Rides. 150

Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
£5.00

Join one of the Wheelers' "Audax*" rides - self-guided rides through some of the best of Hertfordshire cycling country. Ride at your own pace, get together with friends or make new friends along the way.

All the routes include stops at cafés or pubs where you can pause for relaxation and re-fuelling.

Showers and changing facilities at start/finish HQ.

Snacks available at the start, food available for entrants at the finish

Bar service at end of ride

Herts Wheelers Audax Rides. 200

Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
£5.00

Join one of the Wheelers' "Audax*" rides - self-guided rides through some of the best of Hertfordshire cycling country. Ride at your own pace, get together with friends or make new friends along the way.

All the routes include stops at cafés or pubs where you can pause for relaxation and re-fuelling.

Showers and changing facilities at start/finish HQ.

Snacks available at the start, food available for entrants at the finish

Bar service at end of ride

Herts Wheelers Audax Rides. 50

Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
£3.00

Join one of the Wheelers' "Audax*" rides - self-guided rides through some of the best of Hertfordshire cycling country. Ride at your own pace, get together with friends or make new friends along the way.

All the routes include stops at cafés or pubs where you can pause for relaxation and re-fuelling.

Showers and changing facilities at start/finish HQ.

Snacks available at the start, food available for entrants at the finish

Bar service at end of ride

Herts Wheelers Audax Rides. 100

Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
£5.00

Join one of the Wheelers' "Audax*" rides - self-guided rides through some of the best of Hertfordshire cycling country. Ride at your own pace, get together with friends or make new friends along the way.

All the routes include stops at cafés or pubs where you can pause for relaxation and re-fuelling.

Showers and changing facilities at start/finish HQ.

Snacks available at the start, food available for entrants at the finish

Bar service at end of ride

30m and 30k Meander Rides

Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
Free

A relaxing ride for all the family to (hopefully) welcome spring.

George Herbert Stancer Memorial Rides 19th April 2015

GHS (or George Herbert Stancer) was a highly respected figure in cycling after the war up until his death in the mid sixties, and at one time editor of Cycling, which is now Cycling Weekly. He was born in Pocklington and rides are organised throughout Yorkshire to commemorate him and all of these rides, at some time or other, pass through this village.

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Calling all bike recycling centres: CTC’s Big Bike Revival gets £1 million green light from government

Today, CTC is celebrating the ministerial announcement of the national cycling charity’s government-funded Big Bike Revival. The project will help people to fix their bikes and bring cycling back into the day to day lives of tens of thousands of people.
One of the many Big Bike Revival pilot workshops
Ahead of a targeted two-week long festival of events (23 May – 7 June), CTC aims to shine a light on the fantastic work of bike recycle centres across the country, calling on all centres to join this growing national network. The Big Bike Revival will catalyse 50,000 people into making the shift from car to bike.
 
CTC Chief Executive Paul Tuohy said:
 
Contact Information: 

CTC Press Office
Email: publicity@ctc.org.uk
Telephone: 0844 736 8453, 01483 238 315, 07786 320 713 

Notes to Editors: 

CTC, the national cycling charity, inspires and helps people to cycle and keep cycling, whatever kind of cycling they do or would like to do. Over a century’s experience tells us that cycling is more than useful transport; it makes you feel good, gives you a sense of freedom and creates a better environment for everyone.  

 

  • We provide expert, practical help and advice.
  • We support individuals and communities.
  • We protect cyclists’ interests.
  • We campaign to make cycling mainstream and to remove the things that stop people cycling.
  • We help people develop the confidence and skills to cycle.
  • We promote the benefits of cycling to individuals, to society and to the economy.

 

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East Yorkshire CTC's 90th Anniversary Dinner

CTC members and friends celebrated East Yorkshire CTC's 90th Dinner Prize Presentation recently. Group Treasurer Sheila Sampson describes the event.
East Yorkshire CTC prize winners

An enjoyable evening was had by the members of East Yorkshire CTC who attended the Annual Dinner at the Village Hotel, Priory Park, Hessle. Our guest speaker on this special occasion was Jim Sampson, who entertained us with many stories of his cycling exploits; everyone present appreciated his marvellous sense of humour.

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Girls Go Better by cycle workshop

As part of the Girls Go Better By Cycle programme, CTC and Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) are running a Girls Go Better workshop. CTC's Jayne Rodgers explains more.
Girls Go better workshop images

To celebrate and mark International Women's Day on Sunday 8 March, in Greater Manchester I've been busy working on an exciting project with TfGM called Girls Go Better By Cycle, a programme of activities and events throughout March that will give Mancunian ladies all the information they will need to get out on their bikes and enjoy the early spring sunshine.

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'Girls Go Better By Cycle' launches in Manchester

6 March 2015
CTC and Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) have been collecting together a programme of women's cycling events and activities across March to mark International Women's Day on Sunday 8 March.
Girls Go Better By Cycle poster

There are exhibitions, rides, training, discounts, workshops and exciting family activities all around Greater Manchester to take part in and enjoy.

To celebrate and mark this Sunday's International Women's Day in Greater Manchester, we’ve been busy working with TfGM to collect together a programme of activities and events throughout March for Girls Go Better By Cycle.

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