Every week

St Neots Cycling Club runs a weekly ride for those who have never ridden in a group before or those who feel that the faster longer Sunday runs might be too far or too fast for them. The rides will be held every Sunday leaving St Neots Market Square at 8:30 - the same time as our other Sunday runs. The rides will be about 25 -30miles long at a slower speed of 14 - 15mph. See you there!

Sunday 2nd August 2015

To celebrate or lament (delete as appropriate) not getting a place in the ride London sportive SNCC have decided to offer their own alternative that will be henceforth known as “Far from the madd(en)ing crowd”

We will look to offer many of the benefits of the RL100 although unfortunately there won’t be any medals handed out, we could probably stretch to some appropriate stickers.

Grafham Cycling and Eden Cycling

We have organised a discount with Grafham Cycling for club members. Just present your membership card for 15% off clothing and accessories and 10% off bikes and servicing.  Grafham Cycling is a well-stocked cycle shop adjacent to the Grafham Water visitors' car park on Buckden Road south of Grafham Village. Eden Cycles is a new on-line cycle store with a wide range of cycles, components and clothing.  We have organised a 10% general discount for members.  All you have to do is to create an account on-line, the store will verify with us that you are a member and you will get 10% off all future purchases. Go Here

 

Tuesday Evenings

With the TT season beginnig this Thursday it has been decided to change the evening of the Chain Gang to a Tuesday with a start time of 7:00pm. The weekly chain gang has become a regular feature of St Neots Cycling Club. Aimed at riders looking to get fitter, it is faster than a club run but can be ridden by anyone fit enough to ride the Sunday club run. Great for fitness or for a taste of race pace. For more details click here.

Read it here

The new St Neots Cycling Club website is now live. Bookmark this page and come back regularly for club news, Sunday run and time trial reports and lots more. Check out our forum or better still, register and start using it.  We have a calendar of events, and a blog with members' exploits such as races, sportives, audaxes etc. Contact us or join us through our contact and membership forms.

Three of our members have regular cycling related blogs. Check them out:

Richard Ostler  blogs here.

Tom Stead, up and coming young rider, can be found here.

Alasdair Higgins, two hundred and something watts and Oxford student, is over here.

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