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Next Ride:
Date: Fri 25-Apr
Time: 19:15
Grade: D
Leader: Jim Brown
Start: Old Town
Stop: The Boot, Dane End
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Welcome to our website

Stevenage and North Herts CTC is a local cycling club based in the north of Hertfordshire. We organise weekly rides ranging from introductory distances of 5 miles all the way up to endurance rides of over 100 miles.

So whether you are new and looking to start with a few leisurely rides or a keen cyclist looking for a challenge, hopefully our cycling club will have the right rides for you. Why not check out our latest Rides List here.

Finalists Comet Sports Awards Club of the Year 2013
Runners up CTC National Voluntary Group of the Year 2012
Runners up Herts Sports Partnership Community Club of the Year 2012
UK Voluntary Cycling Group of the Year 2011
Sport Stevenage Community Club of the Year
Latest News
Posted On: Sat 29-Mar 2014
By: Luke Peters
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Information about our events and useful posts which we think you may like will be made and retweeted from this account.
Posted On: Wed 23-Apr 2014
By: Tina Walker
Quality vintage bikes

We have just recieved this "I have a late 1940's Hobbs of Barbican 21" frame cycle with made to measure saddlebag and a Macleans 25" frame, hand made, fixed wheel cycle which are of no longer use."

Would anyone be interested? contact via the contact page please.
Posted On: Thu 17-Apr 2014
By: Tina Walker
Watch the Women

This special Saturday ride on 10 May will leave Costello's at 10:10am NO LATER.

We plan to watch the Queen of the Mountain points battle at Port Hill, Bengeo. Bring a snack I don't know what food/drink might be available.

Then the plan is to ride to Welwyn Gaarden City to the Finish area. There are events running there all afternoon. I imagine that plenty of options for food and drink will be available. I will set a meeting point and time and all will be free to wander.

This ride will be paced to suit all riders but will cover about 35 miles I guess over the whole day (I will plan a route and publish correct distance soon).
Posted On: Wed 16-Apr 2014
By: Tina Walker
Supporting Disabled Cycling

Hi all, Just putting out feelers to find out if any members would be interested in giving up a little time to help get a disability sub-group going in our area? We are not looking for a massive commitment just a little support initially for a one or two hour sessions after school at or near Greenside School (Shephall Green) this summer.

To find out more please send a message on the contact page.

The idea is that if we trial a couple of sessions and then use the experience to start something next year.
Posted On: Wed 16-Apr 2014
By: Tina Walker
Bike Found - Is it yours?

Hello fellow cyclist,

On 3rd April I found a blue Aravis 'Audax' type bike apparently dumped / abandoned on my ride home to Sandy. I'm guessing it was stolen and dumped.

I've reported it to Beds Police – but other than offering to collect it from me they don’t seem hugely interested…….!

I know that the bike was supplied (in whole or part) by Byercycles of Clifton (now no longer trading). The owner has checked his sales records but can't identify the bike / its purchaser.

So I'm contacting local cycle clubs to see if anyone knows who the rightful owner is.

I can supply a picture(s) – but obviously I'd expect the legitimate owner to be able to describe the bike easily.

Please contact me through the website contact page.