CTC in South East England

FortyPlusCC: Sussex Weald 100km

Book by 5th August for this 100 km scenic circuit between the Forest Ridge and South Downs.  You are invited to take part in this ride from Southwater Country Park (near Horsham). Cafe at start. Free parking.

Free to enter, but please book your place by email by 5th August.

Visit http://www.fortypluscc.co.uk/open-events for full details and booking procedure.



Forty Plus CC: Sights of London

Book by 6th July for this 25 mile Sights of London and Picnic ride. £3 entry fee applies.  

Please book your place by post before 6th July - booking form available at http://www.fortypluscc.co.uk/open-events

Starting at 10am by The Pavilion Café, Victoria Park, the ride goes out along the Regent's Canal towpath, the quieter back streets and makes use of off-road cycle routes and greenways. Much of the route is traffic free.

Forty Plus CC: Tour de France Demi Etape

Book by 27 June to ride part of the Cambridge-London stage of the Tour de France 4 days before the professionals do.

Booking by post is required by 27 June: £3 entry fee in advance to obtain route sheet.

Full details and booking form at http://www.fortypluscc.co.uk/open-events 

Bike Suitability: Hybrid (road tyres), Road

Suitable for riders aged 18 and above. 

GPX route file available via link at http://www.fortypluscc.co.uk/open-events


FortyPlusCC: Circuit of Bedford

Book by 1st May for a circumnavigation of Bedford through quiet lanes. £4 entry fee applies.

Please book your place by post by 1st May - booking form available at http://www.fortypluscc.co.uk/open-events  

Thurleigh Farm Centre, Cross End, Thurleigh. MK44 2EE

Bike Suitability: Hybrid (road tyres), Road 

Suitable for riders aged 18 and above.




Open Runs Meeting

Meeting to formulate the next quarters Events Programme

Cyclopark, The Tollgate, Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 7NP



Cyclo4all (The'Wheels For All' Centre at Cyclopark)

Type of organisation

A multi sports activity venue


Gravesend, Kent

The Bicycle Icycle

Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)

Portsmouth: Easy ride

These rides are a great way to start group cycling. Typically we spend two to three hours cycling with a break for coffee and cake somewhere on the way. We don’t do big hills and we try to keep to quiet roads or cycle paths where we can.


Portsmouth: Sunday Morning ride

These are designed to appeal to people who want to explore the local countryside by bike, with a sociable group at a medium pace. They start from one of three different locations to the North of the City and last for about 3 hours, plus the mandatory stop for coffee and cake of course!


Portsmouth: Faster Sunday ride

All day rides at a faster pace than our other rides. They leave from Cosham library. The rides usually stop for elevenses, lunch and tea. New riders are welcome but, if you are new to group riding, one of our other rides would be a better starting point.


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