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Cambridge Cycling Clubs

Cambridge Cycling Club

Cambridge Cycling Club Photo Credit Terry Dickerson

The Cambridge Cycling Club

Also known as Cambridge Town and County Cycling Club, has options for all riding levels, from beginner to racers. Routes differ in length depending on skill level. There is only one requirement for membership: the love and admiration of cycling. The club hosts beginner runs of about 40 miles on the first Saturday of each of the summer months. For non-members looking to get involved, summer night time trials is a great place to start.  {and click here to protect your head from the sun with Tour headsweats!]

Team Cambridge Cycling Club

Founded in 1989 Team Cambridge serves as an inclusive community for riders of all ages. Mountain bikers are welcome. Members as well as non-members are encouraged to participate in time trialing, racing against the clock. Riders can have a first claim, second claim, associate or day membership. The different levels of involvement are all welcomed, but the less involved do have some racing restrictions. All members as well as non-members can participate in weekly rides.The club keeps record of each rider’s time so  riders can track their improvement.

CTC Cambridge

CTC Cambridge

CTC Cambridge

The local group of CTC, the national cycling charity (formerly known as the Cyclists’s Touring Club). They organise social and non-competitive cycle rides in the local countryside throughout the year. Non-members are welcome on club rides though regulars are expected to join. CTC is not a racing club and most rides are moderately-paced. All rides incorporate stops for morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea depending on the time and duration of the ride. CTC Cambridge have a comprehensive website which provides full details of future rides and reports and photos of past rides.

Cambridge University Cycling Club (CUCC)

This is one of the oldest cycling clubs, having been founded in 1874. The club is open to all students at Cambridge University, regardless of ability. Rides range from casual road riding to off-roading to mountain biking to everything in between. The more competitive riders compete in student, local, and national events. Big varsity events for CUCC include the 25 Mile Time Trial and the cross country mountain bike race against Oxford University. The CUCC also competes in British Universities and College Sports (BUCS) events. Alumni are invited join the Light Blue Cycling Club, open to all former students and staff.

 

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