Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Ike Saul Memorial Road Race Sunday 11 March

The Ike Saul Memorial Road Race takes place on Sunday 11 March. The start is at 08:30 with an expected finish time around 10:45–11:00.

70 of the regions finest will be battling it out over the lumpy 65 mile course to determine the winner of the Club’s annual road race. The course is 5 laps of a 13 mile circuit through the villages of Bourn, Arrington, Orwell, and the Eversdens, finishing in Kingston.
The event is free to watch and following the race all are invited to Toft Social Club for tea & cake.
As always we are looking for members to give their Sunday morning in helping with duties. Please contact Peter Blencowe if you can help with: -
  • First Aid
  • Convoy driving and radio comms
  • Finish line judging
  • Marshalling
  • Signage
  • Catering
  • Baking a cake

Sunday, 28 January 2018

Club Kit

We will be placing a kit order in the next few days, with delivery anticipated by the end of March.

Go to the Clothing page for the detail on how to place your order.





Friday, 19 January 2018

Cambridge Cyclo-Cross

Cambridge Junior Cycling Club are hosting the last round of the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League on Sunday 28 January at Milton Country Park.

Events are being held throughout the day for both genders and all age groups from children under 8 to vets over 50. The event is anticipated to attract between 350 and 400 riders from throughout the region.

Schedule of events: -
10:00 U8/U10/U8G/U10G race (10 minutes) (unlimited riders)
10:15 U12/U12G race (15 minutes) (unlimited riders)
11:00 Youth race (30 minutes) (80 riders mixed M/F & U14/U16)
12:00 Vet50+/Women/Junior Women (40mins)  (80 riders)
13:30 Vet40-49(40 mins)  (80 riders)
14:30 Junior/Senior (60 mins)  (80 riders)

This is a new course created for the event, bringing cyclo-cross to Cambridge for the first time in many years. The course has been designed to both challenge riders while providing great viewing for spectators with 7 minute laps.

If you can spare either Sunday morning or afternoon to help the Junior Club marshal the course, contact Richard Miller.

Quiz Evening

28 members participated in our Cycling Quiz evening. The winners were Rolling Resistance (Nick, Christine, Robin and Ron)

Questions and Answers

Many thanks to John Gull and his team for providing the venue and refreshments.

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Quiz Evening Thursday 18 January

Our third annual cycling quiz, which has been a fun event on previous occasions, will be held at Espresso Library on Thursday 18 January at 7pm.
There are still places available for teams of four, or we can put you in a team!
A subsidized buffet will be provided at £10 per head and there are small prizes for members of the winning team.
Contact our Social Secretary if you would like to attend.

Sunday, 24 December 2017

Christmas Eve club-run

Photo taken by Jane Wilson
Sue Taylor led our Intermediate ride to Waresley Park Garden Centre for the traditional Christmas Eve club-run.

CANCELLED due to inclement forecast.
Weather permitting, there will be an Intermediate pace ride leaving the Rupert Brooke at Grantchester at 9am on Wednesday 27 December.

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Free Sports Massage

Mark Bartley is studying level 4 sports massage with Sports Therapy UK having studied level 3 at the start of this year. He would like to offer members the chance to have free sports massages with absolutely no catch...it will provide him with invaluable experience. He is looking for all abilities and all ages (a parent/guardian would need to be present in the case of minors). Whether or not you have injuries or niggles and not necessarily cycling issues eg. if you have tense shoulders from sitting at a desk all day he could help with that. The only thing he won't treat is an injury that is already being dealt with by another therapist. He is fully insured and has 9 months of varied experience including working at the London Marathon this year. He will not be attempting to provide any therapy that he hasn't already been trained to carry out. He is simply looking for a wider variety of people to further hone his skills. He can massage at someone's home or they can go to him in Hardwick on evenings and weekends.  An initial session is likely to last around 60-90mins as he needs to fulfil certain requirements such as medical history recording and full postural assessment. Additional sessions would be around 45-60mins. Some people worry about sports massage being painful...although some techniques can be uncomfortable the aim is to always make the massage tolerable. He'd work within your pain tolerance levels - his intention is certainly not to put anyone in pain!
About Mark: -
Mark has been a Senior Medical Photographer at Addenbrookes for 14 years, dealing with patients daily on a one-to-one basis. Mark has been CRB (now DBS) checked via this position. He is keen on most sports having played in local football leagues; ran (and won his age group) in many local road 10k races over the years and cycled for 30 years, riding the Coast to Coast solo in one day in 2011.  This year he attempted to get a bit more competitive, racing a couple of our Club 10 mile TT's. He has also acted as photographer for a number of local triathlons, duathlons and running races.
He is now looking for a new challenge and his interest in sport coupled with existing anatomy and healthcare knowledge has led to studying sports massage therapy. Once qualified, in around 9 months time, he plans to carry on with the day job and set up a small family business providing sports massage therapy. He also hopes to improve his 10 mile TT time but studies may get in the way!
Again, this is absolutely free and the offer will continue into next summer. If you are interested he can be contacted either by calling/texting 07957 458027 or by email