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Welcome to St Ives Cycling Club

Based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, we are a club that caters for all ability levels and most forms of cycling. Our members currently ride in many different forms of cycling, competing in road, mountain bike and cyclocross racing, time trials, sportives and even the odd triathlon, but also cater for social rides with our weekly club runs, both on and off road! We aim to be friendly and approachable and to help support our members get the most out of their cycling.

13 Jul News | Comments Off on Evening TT Report

Evening TT Report

Evening TT Report

13/07/2016 Unfortunately, we had to cancel the idea of using the N1/10 on the night; after making every attempt to obtain the magical number of marshals (11). However, all the riders were ok on using the NX15/10 so we were still in business. Not a great turn out of riders, 14 numbers were handed out […]

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10 Jul Sportive Report | Comments Off on L’Etape du Tour

L’Etape du Tour

o I have now completed L’Etape du Tour, the hardest stage of the Tour de France! The pros will be doing it this coming Saturday, so it will be worth watching and seeing how beautiful but tough the route is. As it happened it was somewhat less mountainous than expected – at the last minute […]

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06 Jul Time Trials | Comments Off on Evening TT results

Evening TT results

Evening TT results

After a beautiful warm day, the evening had turned a tad overcast around the time of our weekly Time Trial. However, for a change the event was on!! With our usual starter Colin Brooker off duty on the evening, we had Jules Hernandez, take the task on. On his first official attempt, his not quite […]

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19 Jun Sportive Report | Comments Off on L’Eroica Britannia

L’Eroica Britannia

Last weekend I did the Eroica ride, 100miles on a 1980s Peugeot in vintage clothing as well, including off road sections on the trails. That bike has a smallest gear of 42/23, so the steeper hills (including Mam Tor) were a real struggle. I also had some minor mechanicals with two dropped chains and a […]

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