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McDonald and Robertson take the Honours on the Opening Night.
Our first TT of the 2020 season was scheduled for 30th April and 14 weeks later our first TT took place and 18 riders enjoyed very favourable conditions to test themselves on the 11.2-mile Abbotsley circuit. It is likely that this will be the final season for the old course as the upgrade to the A428 will impact in 2021 and we will need to find an alternative. The Club would like to thank all the members and guests who have signed up for TTs this year.Read more ...
Coming Together When It Matters Most
St Neots Cycling Club is proud to be supporting a great local cause and help tackle food poverty and hunger in our local communities during these unprecedented times. Many people close to us are finding the recent months extremely hard and we are glad to be able to help them and promote our club and cycling in general in a positive way.Read more ...
St Neots CC & Titan Reliability Ride – Sunday 22nd February
It was a cold, wet and windy Sunday morning with “the best laid schemes” potentially scuppered by the unpredicted winds on display as we gathered outside Titan for the 5th SNCC/ Titan RR.Read more ...
130 members so far in 2020...Read more ...
We are asking everyone - existing members renewing as well as new members - to fill in a membership form which you can find here. You can find more information about joining the club here. In order to renew or join the club, fill in and submit the form and follow the instructions on the form for paying your sub. Let's have a great year of cycling in 2020.
Sunday 8th December 2019 marked our third annual mountain bike trip to Cannock Chase with the Potton MTB group.Read more ...
SNCC chose the St John's Hospice, Sue Ryder, Moggerhanger as their charity for the Sportive and as a consequence to receive the profits from the Big Night Out (AGM and Awards Night). St John's Hospice were pleased that we chose them and over the course of the year we have built up a good relationship.Read more ...
Murphy is 2019 Handicap TT Champion
Simon Murphy took a 14 point lead over Simon Elkington at the start of the last TT of the 2019 season this evening. This has been the most closely contested finish to a TT season for a number of years and before tonight Simon M had posted 7 PBs taking his PB at the start of the season down from 27:43 to 25:12 an improvement of 2:31 over the past 18 weeks.Read more ...