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CTC Cambridge

We are routing for you!

Rupert writes: We've launched our route library, containing a growing list of carefully-planned, recommended routes. Do take a look. Initially we're focusing on shorter routes designed for solo riding during the current lockdown. We will be adding more routes soon, including routes suitable for our own club rides.

We hope you enjoy using these routes. Please try them out and let us know how you get on. You can email Rupert if you have any suggestions for improvements, or if you spot any errors. Please keep it brief and put the word "routes" into the subject line. Rupert, Runs Secretary

Coronavirus and CTC Cambridge

Following the latest government guidance on the Coronavus outbreak, Cycling UK has (on 17th March) updated its advice to local groups, and in accordance with this advice we are cancelling all our rides until further notice.

The statement from Cycling UK includes the following:  

As a result of this revised guidance, Cycling UK has taken the decision to ask all its member and affiliate groups not to run any group activities, including club runs or events.

This is in line with advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the UCI, with the aim of ensuring the maximum protection of people across the world.

However, people should not avoid cycling altogether as it remains a great way to keep fit and active and is a good way to boost immunity.

The safety and wellbeing of Cycling UK’s staff, volunteers, riders, beneficiaries of our cycling programmes and the general public remains our number one priority.


Read the full statement from Cycling UK.

There's a full index of news items in the News archive

Our next rides

We have no rides planned.

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We have many more ride reports in the Ride reports index