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 rides for you to choose from on Sunday:
|Long Route||L14||61 miles|
|Medium Route||M14||49 miles|
|Short & Intro||S16||30 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.
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Gareth has spoken with the UK importer for Castelli equipment and we have a good window to beat the normal rush for winter clothing (L/S jerseys, biblongs etc) from Castelli. To that end I propose placing the order for winter clothing by the end of the month (September). An order form can be found on the Club website and any members who wish to order winter kit should return the form (preferably) to me (Gareth) by 23 September. Those members who wanted summer kit (S/S jerseys shorts etc) then an order will go in to Castelli after Oct as they are re-vamping their range and Saddleback do not know the final make-up and costs associated at this moment.
The penultimate SNCC TT of 2018 attracted 26 riders to the start line including 4 guests on overcast and blustery evening which produced only 1 PB on the evening.
That honour went to Martin Bond who was determined to restore his bragging rights over his son Richard who had posted a faster time than his father the previous week. Martin seemed to be the only rider to relish the conditions and found another 15 seconds to record a PB of 30:08.Read more ...
The 16th SNCC TT of 2018 attracted 20 riders to the start line including 6 guests and a warm welcome to Katia Rietdorf a current National Champion ( see her 2018 achievements below) and a welcome back to Tina Worbey , Leon Bradford’s daughter.Read more ...
The excellent run of dry sunny evenings for our TT eventually had to come to an end. The rain had stopped a few hours before the start of the TT and despite some residual dampness on a few of the corners the conditions were good but a mixture of the heavier air and not quite such a favourable wind resulted in no PBs this evening.Read more ...
Sat Aug 2nd was another hot day with wind at the Inter Club 10 hosted by IRC. This was the fourth event of five to be held in this series. I have been lucky enough to have ridden in 3 of them and have found them to be entirely enjoyable. There is a great sense of camaraderie, whether you are the fast boys of part of the also-rans who are looking at breaking their PB. This follows on from a similar theme at our own Club TT on Thursdays.Read more ...
On Saturday 28th July a team of four racing in SNCC colours took the start line for what is meant to be one of the fastest courses in the area, although the blustery wind had something to say about this.....as did a pre-race burger for one of the squad!Read more ...