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Stevenage & N. Herts CTC's cunning plan to ride to Le Tour

When ride leader Jim Brown hatched a plan to combine a 60-mile ride from Hertfordshire to Essex to watch the Tour de France on Monday 7 July, he wasn't sure if it would come together. Happily it did - and very successfully, with a peloton of 20 riders and Jim acting as their 'super domestique'.
Riders from Stevenage and N. Herts

It was always going to be different:

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Ride to Southend-on-Sea

Southend-on-Sea              
Ride to 11'ses in Leigh on Sea. (Hopefully) outside at the Seafood hut with picnic benches overlooking the Estuary.

Ride along the Sea front then back along the prittlewell greenway.

Late lunch in Battlesbridge.   About 92k / 57m  Back in Upminster by 6pm

Meet 8.45 for 9am Start outside Roomes as usual

 

CTC Campaigns Training Day - Sheffield

Type: 
Conference
Cost: 
Free

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

Register for the training here.

CTC is currently running both the Space for Cycling and Road Justice campaigns.  This day will provide workshops on both these campaigns as well as general campaigning skills applicable to both.

CTC Yellow Jersey Ride - A Slow tribute to the Tour

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

9.15 for 9.30am START

(A bit later than usual start time)


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Otley Tour De France spectator hub adapted bike try out

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

CTC and partner organisation Cycling Projects will have a fleet of adapted cycles available for try out at the Otley Tour de France spectator hub on July 5th.  The bikes are suitable for people with a range of disabilities and the try out is free of charge. The adapted bikes will be at the family fun site at St Joseph's Primary School. We will also have information available of regular adapted bike sessions in the West Yorkshire region, so please come along for a chat and have a go on some truly wonderful machines.

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