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Personalised club frame decals

Posted on Wednesday 22 February 2017 by Richard Philpott

Now available – personalised frame decals including your own name and the CLCTC club logo …

The text is available in a wide variety of fonts, and can be in white or black to suit darker or lighter frame colours.

To order, go to Flandria Bikes and select your chosen font. On the next page, in the “Country Flag” dropdown scroll down to the “Clubs” section at the bottom and choose “Central London CTC”. Prices start at £8 for four decals (ie, enough for two bikes if you put a decal on each side).


Group Training Rides

Posted on Saturday 18 February 2017 by Richard Philpott

Riding with Central London CTC is a friendly and sociable activity. As you cycle along you can get to chat with old and  new friends. However, there are some things you can do to help make your cycling safer as well as fun, especially on today’s busier roads.

We are planning to run two group training sessions in March. The sessions will include practical advice on how to ride next to your fellow cyclists safely, looking out for and dealing with hazards on the road, and interacting with other road users. Experienced riders are urged to attend, as they can help in passing their knowledge on the less experienced riders.

There will be two sessions; for the one and two star riders on 5th March, and for the three and four star riders on the 19th March. Both sessions will start at 09.00, meeting at the Garden Cafe on the Inner Circle of Regents Park. Each session will last approximately an hour.

The trainer is Stephen Taylor, who for many years helped to organise and lead the Little Green Rides and who has also ridden with the 3/4* riders.

Places will be limited to approximately ten per session – if you would like to attend, please email Stephen in advance at sltaylor001@yahoo.co.uk.

Central London CTC Committee

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