CTC Peterborough

Cycling UK Member Group

CTC Peterborough

Peterborough’s sociable cycling club.

Our activities 
Leisure/Touring rides
About us 

Return to Club Rides – probably 17th May

We are currently awaiting Cycling UK guidance on when it is possible to return to club rides.

From 29th March the rules allow groups of up to six people, or two households, to meet outdoors. The roadmap also indicates that organised sports can restart, which will not be subject to the rule of six gathering limit, but should be compliant with guidance issued by national governing bodies. CUK expect to clarify whether this will apply to club rides on 22nd March. However cafes will not be open at that stage except for takeaways.

On balance we think it most likely that if the Government's plan stays on track, we would offer club rides after 17th May when there are few restrictions planned. We will, of course, keep the guidance under review.

From March 29th it will be possible (subject to Government confirmation) to ride with friends in groups of up to six which can be organised informally.

 

Peterborough’s sociable cycling club, organising rides on quiet routes in Cambridgeshire, Rutland, Northants, and Lincs led by experienced Ride Leaders.

Get on your bike and explore the country lanes in a friendly group at a social/conversational pace. Non-Cycling UK members are welcome and can join us on three rides before deciding to join Cycling UK

At CTC Peterborough we have fun taking our cycling seriously but we don’t do any competitive rides so we’re never in training for anything. This means our rides tend to be slower than many cycling clubs'. However, we still ride some challenging routes so cycling with us is a great way to build fitness.

Our average pace on rides is around 12-13mph but if anyone is struggling and having a bad day, they won't be left behind. At CTC Peterborough we never leave anyone behind.

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This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19