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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For new riders we have have a taster ride on Sunday which will be at a very steady pace and at a distance that will suit all.
For everyone else, we have three rides for you to choose from on Sunday:
|Long Route||L25||65 miles|
|Medium Route||M25||52 miles|
Routes can be found on the club website here.
Club runs leave St Neots Market Square at 8:30am.
A weather forecast for Sunday can be found here.
Cunningly placed towards the end of the cycling season to give a final challenge before the winter bike comes into play, the SNCC Sportive is back for another year.
This year’s Sportive offers options of 100 mile, 100 km and 30 mile routes – so there’s something for riders of all abilities. The SNCC Sportives are famed for their well-stocked feed stations, with a mixture of sweet and savoury treats to keep the hungry cyclist going. This year, we have 2 feed stations, at Catworth Football Club and Wilden Village Hall.
Greenhow and McDonald take the honours at the Ashman.
The Ashman Trophy has been contested every year since 1938 and must be one of the oldest contested cycling trophies across the UK.
The 2018 event attracted 17 riders on a glorious Sunday morning and as it is a Handicap event it does mean that any eligible rider is in with a strong chance of winning provided they can ride close to or beat their PB on one of the two laps.Read more ...
3 more PBs this evening and another 2 sub 25 minute times
Yet another wonderful evening for the 22 riders at the start line for the 11th SNCC TT of the season.Read more ...
Yet another wonderful evening for the 25 riders at the start line for the 10th SNCC TT of the season.Read more ...
Delighted to see that despite the attraction of Belgium v England starting at the same time as the ninth SNCC of the season this did not prevent 25 riders from testing themselves on the 11.2 mile Abbotsley course.Read more ...
Another good showing from the SNCC crew at todays interclub 30 mile TT. Todays team was Pat Ellerbeck, Mark Greenhow, Chris Green, Simon Murphy, Dave Richards, Norman King, Graham Wesson, Simon Richardson, Steve Lyons, David Leech, Simon Elkington and Dave Wilson.Read more ...