York

Cycling UK Member Group

York

Welcome from CTC York.

Founded in 1976. Probably the best

location for cycling in Yorkshire!

COVID-19 Sunday Club Ride’s 

England

Latest update: From Monday 17 May, groups of up to 30 people from any number of households will be permitted to meet outdoors, which effectively removes any limits on group riding up to this number. However, Cycling UK still advises that limiting group rides to a maximum of 15 people is sensible. 

 

 

 

 

Contact details

Sally Raines or John Johnson (contact number)
01904 670182
Our activities 
Leisure/Touring rides
About us 

Weekly Sunday Rides leaving at 9am from York Station. Generally between 60 to 80 miles in Summer with 2 cafe stops and 50 to 60 in Winter with one cafe stop. Average 12mph. 

The Group organises regular weekend trips and longer Tours throughout the year. See our Runs List for details of our plans for the coming months.

Advice for Newcomers - please read the PDF below and be sure that you are able to ride for 1.5 to 2 hours before stopping at an average speed of 11 to 12mph.

Sunday Club Rides 

Runs List - Destination suggestions - Leaving 9am from the front of York Station.

Generally, the aim for winter rides is to get the majority of the mileage in before the cafe stop.

24 Oct - Boroughbridge

31 Oct - Allerthorpe/Everingham (Don't forget your lights!)

7 Nov - Huggate

14 Nov - Thirsk

21 Nov - Malton

28 Nov - Shiptonthorpe

5 Dec - Easingwold

12 Dec - Millington

19 Dec - Osgodby

26 Dec - Impromptu

Download further information about the group rides 
Information about the group rides 

Regular Sunday rides leaving from York station at 9am.

50 to 60 miles in Winter with one cafe stop. 60 to 80 miles in Summer with two cafe stops.

Pace approx. 12mph.

Comprehensive Cafe List for North Yorkshire - http://www.amkirby.co.uk/General/CafeShopMenu.aspx

 

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Cycling UK continues to support the UK to cycle
This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19