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||L17||66 miles|
|Medium Route||M5||40 miles|
|Short Route||S15||32 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.
27 ish mile handicap race round the old circuit, this time Simon Murphy, and myself were in the 2nd group, setting off 2 minutes after the 1st group, and 2 minutes before group 3. This time group 4 was caught, but only at the final turn to the finish, and group 3 was only seen again at the finish line. This was a fast group, with the race complete in just over an hour, and some suspect 4th Cat's in the group.Read more ...
27ish mile handicap race round the old circuit, Ollie Hennessy, Simon Elkington and myself set off in the 1st group, two minutes before group two, and due to some exceptional work by Simon Elkington, who proved very much a team player we didn't see group two until the finish line.Read more ...
I always thought there was only one 6:30 on a Sunday! As I dragged myself out of bed I remembered that isn’t the case when Titan are hosting their annual charity bike ride in conjunction with St Neots Cycling Club. Karen, Caroline, George and I were there at 7:30 to make sure everything was set up and ready to go for the first riders to sign on from 8:00. We’d filled the urns, got the soup warmers plugged in (didn’t fuse the building this year) and waited. The first riders to sign on were the Titan Mountain Bikers who decided to go ‘rogue’ and do their own ride to Grafham, round the reservoir and back.Read more ...
SNCC narrowly missed out on a team win for the second time in two weeks on Sunday. Having been just pipped for the team win at the Cambridge CC 25, a five strong team made their way over to the E1/25 course near Saffron Walden on Sunday to test themselves on one of the oldest TT courses in the country.Read more ...
I‘ll remember this one as the first road race with more than one woman from St Neots CC. Chapeau to Ruth for taking the plunge! The bits I want to forget are the wind, the rain and the truly horrible tarmac.Read more ...