Welcome to Central London CTC - weekly cycle rides in the London area
This week's events
Saturday 7th March

Cycling to Dulwich Picture Gallery and return. A leisurely ride to visit a place of culture – ideal for newcomers to group cycling. A mixture of royal parks, windmills, art galleries, cycle stadiums and urban roads. Gallery costs £6, senior citizens £5. Remember to dress for the weather, it may be cold. Approx 30km – average cycling speed on flat roads 15-20 km/h.. Lunch at Picture Gallery. TfL maps 14.

Meet Kensington Gardens Broad Walk by cafe (nearest post code W2 4RU), north end by Bayswater Road at 10.15 for 10.30 away. Ride ends in Hyde Park – Speakers Corner at approx 16.00.

(Philip Benstead  07949 801698)

Sunday 8th March

Looping east on little lanes in the North Kent hills.

Meet Cannon St 08.45 for 09.10 train to Otford, arrive 09.48.

(Mark Knox  07765 945530)

An easier 3* – ideal for 2* riders wanting to try a 3*.

Meet Richmond Station 09.15 for 09.30 away.

(Ken Peters  07845 223706)

90-100km at 26-28km/h with a brief cafe stop. Contact leader prior to the ride if this is your first 4*.

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

(Jon McColl  07792 891244)

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 towards Dover Castle
  • 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 ...
Cycling along the River Loire
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