September's ride will be held on Sunday 8th September 2019. Meet in the Market Square at 9am for a ride on route 51 up to Grafham Water via Hail Weston and return leg via Offord.

Grafham Water was host to August's SNCC Family ride. Thirteen riders of all ages met outside Rutland Cycling for a lap of the reservoir and the promise of free ice creams for the under 16's.

Tuesday 23rd July 2019 was a fitting time for me to ride with the SNOG's. The sun was shining, temperature up and my son Oliver enjoying the school holiday's and looking for a ride.

So, after Chris Preston kept tempting me to do some unusual rides, I agreed to do the DD (veteran parlance). On Sat Jul 13th just after 6pm,

The Fridays had organized a ride to that lovely coastal town of ….. Cambridge...well it's nearly at sea level I suppose being on the edge of the Fens.

12 members enjoyed the best weather yet for our annual pilgrimage to the Yorkshire Dales with the one guarantee of an unrelenting procession of hills, with some topping out with gradients in excess of 20%

With my son very selfishly choosing to be born in the middle of July and a wedding to go to I was going to miss this years Dunwich Dynamo (again) and i was looking for my nocturnal cycling fetish to be satisfied.

I had heard of “The Fridays” before but never gone on one of their night time excursions but i could see that there was one coming up that went to Maldon in Essex..hmm….train to london ,cycle to Maldon for brekkie then a cycle to Elsenham for the train home….a plan was starting to form.

The Lee Valley Velodrome

veloEarly on 31 March (Easter Saturday), 16 hardy SNCC members hauled themselves out of bed and headed for the Olympic Velodrome – or “The Pringle” as it is affectionately known.  The 16 consisted of one regular track racer, a few who had done some track taster sessions previously and the majority about to sample the delights of track cycling for the first time.

We know that this is not strictly a cycling exploit, but SNCC member David Spoors' journey round the world, with lots of very adventurous skiing is so amazing that there are no apologies for putting it up on our website.

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.

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