Sunday, 29 March 2020
We are therefore running a similar event on Sunday 5 April starting at 10am.
Toby, who will be leading the ride, will invite those that attended the first ride.
If anyone else is on Zwift and would like to join them, then please either drop Toby an email on email@example.com with your Zwift user name, and/or follow him on Zwift – his user name is Toby Clark (CCC). It’ll help him spot the Cambridge riders if you also include (CCC) at the end of your user name.
Sunday, 22 March 2020
If anyone is on Zwift and would like to join a 10am club ride on Sunday 29 March, then please either drop me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with your Zwift user name, and/or follow me on Zwift – my user name is Toby Clark (CCC). It’ll help me spot the Cambridge riders if you also include (CCC) at the end of your user name.
I’ll then send out an invitation to the group ride. The ride will start at 10am, seeing as this is the weekend when the clocks go forwards.
If you’re not on Zwift but are interested in giving it a go, then Zwift offer a free 7 day trial. If you haven't got a smart trainer you can use a dumb trainer or rollers. However, with a dumb trainer you will either need a power meter or alternatively speed and cadence sensors capable of communicating with a Windows laptop or an iPad.
Zwift guide to what's needed
Monday, 9 March 2020
Thursday, 13 February 2020
Do you wish there was something better you could do with old inner tubes that have reached the end of their life, other than just putting them in the bin? Cycle of Good is a charity that is collecting inner tubes and sending them to Malawi where the rubber is 'upcycled' into belts, purses, wallets, bags and other products, which are then sold back in the UK. Not only does this provide employment for Malawians, but any surplus money is used to help fund a children's centre in Malawi. Outspoken Cycles have a drop off point for tubes at 140 Cowley Road CB4 0DL. However the charity are unable process tubes containing sealant.