The onset of Spring has seen a growing number of members turning out for Cambridge Cycling Club’s Sunday club rides.
Over the past years, the Gran Turismo group has been organised on an ad-hoc basis as and when numbers demand.
The GT group will span the gap between Touring and Intermediate groups – ideal for those wishing to target cycling events such as Audax and sportives.
GT will launch with an inaugural pedal to Great Dunmow this Sunday March 27th - led by Phil Hague.
GT group leaders will be co-ordinated by club member Malcolm Kitchen, who is looking for members to volunteer as leaders to get the group up and running.
Chris James, Club Runs Secretary for Cambridge CC, commented: “GT club runs on a regular basis it’s what the club needs, I’ll volunteer to lead one, it’s a good time of year to get it started.”
Photo by Phil O'Connor shows: GT group leader Malcolm Kitchen ‘enjoying’ climbing Star Hill during the 2011 edition of 100km Hell of the Ashdown sportive, which he competed in with fellow club members Phil Hague and Phil Skogstad.
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