Welcome to Central London CTC - weekly cycle rides in the London area
This week's events
Saturday 29th November

Shorne Woods Country Park, Jeskyns Country Park, Cyclopark and the Cobham Mausoleum. A leisurely ride - ideal for newcomers to group cycling. Remember to dress for the weather; it may be cold. Approx. 32 km. Lunch in a pub or cafe. OS map 177.

Meet Charing Cross at 09.15 for 09.39 train to Gravesend arrive 10.36 (arriving back in central London at about 16.30).

(Philip Benstead  07949 801698)

Sunday 30th November

Out from Theobalds Grove to pub lunch in Hertford. OS map 166.

Meet at Liverpool St 08.50 for 09.22 train to Theobalds Grove, arrive 09.47. Buy a return ticket to Broxbourne as we will return from there.

(Sue Dorey  020 7729 5409)

Some quiet lanes and a few hills with lunch at Great Hadham Golf Club.

Meet Liverpool St 09.10 for 09.28 train to Sawbridgeworth, arrive 10.05. Leader meets you here.

(Lisa Percival  07985 731101)

90km in the flat Vale of Aylesbury and, later, some hills.

Meet Euston 08.30 for 08.54 train to Tring, arrive 09.29.

(Bob Davis  07810 291837)

100km at 26-28km/h with a brief cafe stop in Blackmore.

Meet 08.45 for 09.00 away at Le Peche Mignon, Ronalds Rd, London N5 1XH.

(Yiannis Chronakis  07813 131443)

Welcome to Central London CTC

We organise all-day cycle rides for all abilities in the countryside around London.

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Cycling in Essex lanes

We are the Central London local group of the Cyclists' Touring Club, Britain's national cycling organisation, but non-members of the CTC are welcome to come along and try our rides.

Cycling above Alum Bay on a tour of the Isle of Wight
  • meet us any Sunday at Central London stations ...
  • escape by train to the edge of London or beyond ...
  • ride to lunch at a country pub ...
  • then on to tea ...
  • different countryside every week ...
Edge of Essex - cycling on bridleways in the coastal strip
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