Join our conversations
Join our conversations
Join the Edinburgh CTC Riding Group Mailing List
By joining the Yahoo email group, you will receive emails from the rides leader giving full details of the route, distance, possible weather conditions, meeting point, lunch and coffee stops.
Send an email to:- firstname.lastname@example.org
You will get an email by return ….. ‘Please confirm your request to join Edinburgh_CTC_Riding_Group’
REPLY to this email by clicking “Reply” and then “Send” in your email program.
I can then approve your request.
Alternatively you can find details of proposed rides among the correspondence at Yahoo Edinburgh Riding Group.
Contact : Bill Coppock 0131 667 6872 (07765696444)
Join the CTC Lothians and Borders WhatsApp Group.
If you are a regular rider and would like to join the chat and share photos on the CTC Lothians and Borders WhatsApp group, please download WhatsApp onto your smartphone and text Janet on 07974113737 to be added to the group. You can find out more about WhatsApp on https://www.whatsapp.com.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
Most of the pages of the website contain cycling related photographs. These show local landmarks, cyclists out on a ride or specific locations related to a ride. If you do not wish to appear in any photograph on the website or on the WhatsApp Group please let one of the committee members know or text Sandy on 07786457742. The committee members are: Janet Ironside, Donald Urquhart, Robert Virtue, Alison Johnston, Ben Bate, Fiona Owen and Sandy Paterson.
Join the CTC Lothians and Borders IN CASE OF EMERGENCY (ICE) list.
By clicking on the email link:- icectc.lb(at)gmail.com new and existing regular riders are asked to provide or update their emergency contact details; Name & Mob number, Name of Emergency Contact & Telephone numbers, Cycling UK Membership number.
Ride leaders are provided with these details in order to comply with Cycling UK guidelines and insurance policy criteria. Note these details will be kept securely and never shared with a third party.
On the rare occasion that an emergency arises, leaders have immediate access to the details provided;
In addition, under the contact title ICE, riders should have this information in their mobile phone.