CENTRAL LONDON CTC
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This week's events
Saturday 21st October

Leave the suburban sprawl behind on this ride in the Chilterns! About 40 km.

Meet Baker St 09.30 for 09.50 train to Chesham, arrive 10.44. Leader meets you here to start ride at 10.50.

(Colin Wing  020 7828 1500)

Sunday 22nd October

A new look at some familiar countryside. Jointly led by Jenny Atkinson and Marilyn Garner (07792 830205), a ride of about 60km with lunch at Tea Green.

Meet St Pancras 08.45 for 09.05 train to Harpenden, arrive 09.44.

(Jenny Atkinson  07980 624468)

Dickens and Dockyards. About 90km. A more relaxed, slower 3* ride.

Meet Charing Cross 08.30 for 08.53 train to Dartford, arrive 09.36.

(Nick Bloom  07768 354010)

Approximately 100km at 25-27km/h with a brief cafe stop. Back by about 14.00.

Meet 08.15 for 08.30 away from Le Peche Mignon, Ronalds Road, N5 1XH.

(Jon McColl  07792 891244)

Welcome to Central London CTC

We organise all-day cycle rides for all abilities in the countryside around London.

You can go straight to our rides, to see what's on offer – but please do read our essentials page, which has lots of practical information about our cycle rides, before coming out with us for the first time or contacting us with questions.

You can read reports of recent rides on our blog, find photos in our gallery, and like our Facebook page to get the latest rides news direct to your newsfeed. If you're after more than just a day ride, take a look at our tours and weekends page.

Esk Commondale - off-road cycling in Yorkshire

Central London CTC are a local group of Cycling UK, the cyclists' champion, but non-members of Cycling UK are welcome to come along and try our rides.

Cycling in Essex lanes
  • meet us any Sunday at Central London stations ...
  • escape by train to the edge of London or beyond ...
  • ride to lunch at a country pub ...
  • then on to tea ...
  • different countryside every week ...
On Ryde Esplanade on a cycle tour of the Isle of Wight
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