Team Cambridge Cycling Club

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There are road works over the summer months on the A1303 running past Bottisham. It is likely they could affect our 10 and 25 events at Bottisham. We will not know until the day whether we will need to make changes.

The plan will be if the works affect the course to re-locate the start otherwise we will continue as normal.

In the event of re-location 10 mile events will be shortened by approx. 1 mile. The start will be moved past the roadworks at the eastern Bottisham High Street junction to the lay-by adj. 1 Heath Road. Opposite this lay-by, approx. 10 metres towards Bottisham, is an entrance to a field where we will start. The race route will continue as usual and finish at the western end of the lay-by (see the map below). The reduced course length is about 8 miles.

A quick thank you to the eagle eyed riders who spotted the results error for the 9 May. A few riders were given incorrect times and placings, but it was limited to the on-line results only. The times given on the night were all correct. The corrections have been made and the updated results and can be found in the usual place on the Results page

Privacy policy update.

- Please be aware of important changes to how we run our club events. We have changed some of the things we do to make sure we comply with the new data protection law. All riders taking part in our club events will now need to tick the start sheet when they sign on giving us permission to publish the event results on our website.

Take a few minutes to read our privacy policy which provides all of the information on how we use personal data. See the privacy statement for full details

Unlike last weeks fog we had plenty of sunshine this Wednesday and were finally able to kick off the evening race series. The results have been published and can be found in the usual place on the Results page

You know when the season has truly started when you have taken part in your first event. That was the case last weekend with the first of the this years inter club challenge. The weather was unkind with drizzle most of the day. Newmarket CTC came with a good complement of riders as did Cambridge Tri. With seven riders each counting towards the result Newmarket took the early advantage with a total time of 3:05:42. Cambridge Tri did well especially when you consider they had two juvenile riders in their complement in 3:22:07. However this was not Team Cambridge's weekend, as they only managed to field a single rider and so received 6 penalty ride times of 35 minutes each which meant their total time was 3:58:35. With two events left there is still all to ride for, and hope we can manage some better weather and a few more riders. A full list of times can be found on the Results page

Finally the race calendar for 2018 has been published. There have been a few changes this year, we have a new circuit course to open with at Hardwick and we have had to alter the Wimpole circuit due to speed restrictors.
2018 Events list

New Hardwick circuit

New for 2018 is a short 6.6 mile circuit starting in the lay by adjacent 291 St. Neots Road, Hardwick. Travel west to the roundabout junction with the A428, taking the first exit on to St. Neots Road travelling towards Cambourne on the old road. Turn at the Cambourne roundabout and retrace back to finish at opposite the start.

View full details on the map page

Changes to the Wimpole circuit

There has been a slight change to the course. Now in the centre of Kingston at the village green you now turn left at the crossroads. Follow the road to the B1046, turn on to it and continue along the course.

View full details on the map page

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Club runs

Saturday Club Runs are held on the second Saturday of the month leaving 9 am from the Perne Road Scout HQ. Check the calendar for details of planned rides.

We normally include a tea stop half way round and try to make sure we are back by lunch time. These rides are tailored to make sure the pace suits all riders with no one being left behind. If you are interested in joining in feel free to come along, all are welcome. If you would like to know more contact Paul Millarde-mail the Race Secretary