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Cycle September
Cycle September is coming to Cambridge and we'd like to invite you all to take part.

It's a fun, free competition to see which workplace can get the most staff to try cycling. There are loads of prizes that you can win by riding and encouraging friends and colleagues to do the same.
Love to Ride is based on a proven model that has engaged over 400,000 participants with significant long-term increases in cycling participation. However, for the programme to be a success we need regular cyclists to spread the word and help enlist their workplaces.
By taking part, you can also generate useful data that makes things better for cyclists in Cambridge. Register your workplace and you will also have the bonus of being able to show your employers the number of cyclists, which is useful in getting better facilities for those that ride, such as storage and shower.

Find out more and register here.
If you have any questions contact Emma on emma@lovetoridge.orgSend e-mail

With the changes to this years racing calendar sees only four of our Wednesday events left to run. We will be back in September with our hill climb and an Interclub event. However this is only for first claim member of Cambridge Triathlon and the Newmarket Cycling and Triathlon Club.

After 2 rounds Newmarket lead with a total of 2:43:25, Cambridge Tri with 3:11:01 and Team Cambridge on 3:34:31.

2019 Membership
This years membership prices have been held at 2018 prices - please complete a membership form and send it to our new Membership Secretary Sue Clarke. Please note that our event prices have had to increase as the CTT have raised their levy by a pound per event - for full details see the membership 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

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- 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. CTT has changed the signing on sheet and by signing on riders, taking part in time trials, are allowing clubs (such as Team Cambridge) to use riders' details in publishing a result sheet for the event.

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