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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We have three Club Runs for you on Sunday as usual:
Long Route – L7 – 63 miles
Medium Route – M8 - 48 miles
Short Route – S18 - 27 miles
Routes can be found on the club website here.
Club runs leave St Neots Market Square at 8:30am.
The weather on Sunday looks to be cool and overcast with moderate southerly winds.
After 19 weeks this was the final TT of the SNCC season and it was great to see 28 riders at the start line ready to push themselves around the challenging 11.2 mile Abbotsley course. Conditions were dry and the wind was still, however looking at some of the riders you would have thought that winter was pending with bobble hats and over jackets on display to help them keep warm.Read more...
N.B Next TT – Thursday 31st August: Sign on 6.45 (at the latest) for a 7.00 pm start - let’s have a good turnout for the last TT as it is a long time until April 2018.
The penultimate TT of the 2017 season was enjoyed by 25 riders gathering at the start line on the 11.2 mile Abbotsley course.Read more...
Hosted by CC Sudbury on the Bulmer course, this year’s womens race was a combined event for SE, Central and Eastern regions, and for juniors too.Read more...
N.B Next TT – Thursday 24th August: Sign on 6.45 (at the latest) for a 7.00 pm start
TT Results for 17th August 2017
With only 2 TTs left in the 2017 season we welcomed 22 riders ready to test themselves on the challenging 11.2 mile Abottsley course. Conditions were dry but overcast at the start for the riders, and congratulations to James, Simon and Paul for posting the only PBs on the night.Read more...
This was a cat 2/3/4 race on a gloriously sunny day and unusually short at 37 miles ... and I was humming ‘Easy like Sunday morning’ as I rumbled up a track into the stubble field that was our HQ. The rational side of my brain quietly pointed out that the quality of the start list suggested it was going to be anything but easy.
As we waited for the Commissaire’s briefing, the chatter was about Nicole Oh (just behind me on the start line) having won the National Masters Circuit Race yesterday. And on my left, a 4th cat, eyes wide at the calibre of riders assembled, was longing for 1 more point to reach 3rd cat.Read more...