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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.

22 Apr News, Time Trials | Comments Off

Evening TT results

Evening TT results

Fortunately we were blessed with another rather pleasant sunny evening for time trialling and had 29 riders turn up to race. First place on the night went to Simon Pitchford from Fenland Clarion (who knocked 21 seconds off last weeks time and was the first of three FC riders), followed by Mike Hoy in second […]

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21 Apr News, Sportive Report | Comments Off

Sportive Newsletter

With the 2015 Sportive season truly underway and with two of the big local events already having taken place, what I have seen from members interested in the Sportive scene is very encouraging! Wiggle “No Excuses” Firstly, we had the Wiggle “No Excuses” at Huntingdon Racecourse on a blustery Saturday morning on the 21 February. […]

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18 Apr News, Time Trials | Comments Off

Club Open 10 mile Time Trial

Club Open 10 mile Time Trial

Course: N1/10 on Saturday 18 April 2015 **Thank you all for a great event** Timekeepers: John Saville (Start), John Pick & Mick Butler (Finish) Marshalls/Cafe: Sean Sumner, Lee Hillam, Moira Burgham, Mick Butler, Phil Oxborough, Brian Stacey, James Warrener, David Rigby, Tonia Scholfield, Robert Mariconda, Mick Yates, Rob Harding, Paul Evans, Dom Bowles, Kelly Parish, […]

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15 Apr News, Time Trials | Comments Off

Evening TT results

Evening TT results

A mixed bag of times for the first evening time trial of 2015, showing those who put some effort in over the winter and those that didn’t! First place went to Malcolm Smith of St Ives CC (who after only week one must be odds on favourite to scoop many of the end of year […]

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