Welcome to the St Neots Cycling Club website. We are a friendly cycling club based in St Neots, serving the town and the villages around. We mainly focus on road cycling but some of our members also ride off-road. Whether you are an experienced roadie or new to cycling, do contact us or join one of our club runs - you’ll get a warm welcome.
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This week we have our usual three club run routes for you to choose from:
Long Route – L8 : 63 miles
Medium Route – M8 : 48 miles
Short Route – S14 : 34 miles
Route information can be found on the club site
The club run leaves at 8:30am from the St Neots Market Square.
The weather looks to be hot and dry with very little wind
27 riders were at the start line on a very benign and calm evening to test themselves on the 11.2 mile Abbotsley course. First home with only the third sub 25 minute time this season was Ian Turner with an impressive 24:51 followed by Karl Hiner who missed his PB by one second in 26:09 and Nic Pillinger in third place with 26:23.Read more...
28 riders turned up this evening to test themselves against the challenging 11.2 mile Abbotsley course, and with calm conditions and little wind the course tonight yielded six PBs as the race towards the 2016 Handicap Trophy continues.Read more...
The first club trophies of the 2016 season were contested today by 21 riders over two laps of the 11.2 mile Abbotsley circuit.
On offer were the Ashman Handicap trophy awarded to the rider with the best net handicap time over the two laps. The handicap time available is double the handicap time for the 11.2 mile circuit for the Thursday evening TT. Also on offer was the Ashman Fastest Time Trophy, awarded to the rider with the fastest time for the two laps.Read more...
24 riders arrived this evening to test themselves against the challenging 11.2 mile Abbotsley course, and although conditions were dry, the wind was not doing the riders any favours, especially in the run up the hill to the golf course turn. First home in a time of 25:42 was Ian Turner followed by a first time guest rider, Alastair Luxford from Welwyn, with a 26:18 and taking third spot, one second ahead of Simon Rinaldo, was the consistent and competitive Keith Barton.Read more...
One of the charities supported by the 2015 Autumn Breeze Sportive was MAGPAS: