Thursday 16 November, 7pm – 10pm. Giant Store Sheffield.
Head along to Giant Store Sheffield to listen to an inspirational tale of the journey of two home-grown female cyclists who endured 19 days of riding to conquer the Transcontinental Race earlier this year, including a Q&A session and the usual Giant Store Sheffield hospitalities. Background information here.
Note: this event is open to the general public. TO BOOK YOUR PLACE PLEASE EMAIL email@example.com 50 SEATS ONLY
CTC Christmas lunch Sunday 10th December at 1 pm, Cross Scythes, Totley.
Click this link for the Xmas Menu. If you would like to join us please email Kathy Nicholson with your menu choices. Upon receipt of your email she will send you details of where to send your cheque (£22). If you wish to pay her in person she will be attending the AGM or alternatively you can give it to her at any of the Sunday rides.
Please note that the Cross Scythes require the final number by 20th November so the closing date for booking is the 18th November.
The Sheffield CTC AGM is going to be held in the upstairs room of the Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island (23 Alma St, Sheffield S3 8SA) from 7 pm on Wednesday, October 25th. Food will be available.
Darker nights means no more evening rides for now but our programme of winter evening socials is now being arranged. Details of the first event are here.
Bookings for the Spring 2018 hostel weekend are now open. Details here.
October’s audax events have now been added to the programme. As well as the popular Ring of Steel 100km ride, an extended 200km version, On to the Big Ring, has been added. Visit the Audax page for details of all this year’s events.
There are a few places available for Sheffield CTC members to join our friends from Chesterfield Spire at excellent value at an Oxfordshire Youth Hostel. We have received the following invitation from Tony Adams.
In 2017, I did a short cycle tour of the South Downs staying at Oxford and Streetley on Thames youth hostels. I was so impressed with this superb cycling area that I am returning with my club (Chesterfield Spire) for a fixed base holiday at Streetley On Thames hostel.
Streetley is about 20 miles south of Oxford and is ideally situated to explore the wonderful quiet lanes of Oxfordshire and Berkshire. With a couple of hills which are in the 100 best climbs guide, and the vale of the White Horse plus the famous Ridgeway bridleway this is a great area to explore. For anyone interested, we have sole use of the hostel.It has 49 beds, but the warden has offered exclusive use if the hostel is half full. With breakfast and dinner the total is £33 a day.
The tour starts from saturday27th May until friday2nd June. Another option that some riders are doing is that as the dates include the bank holiday monday they are attending for a long weekend over 3 days. If anyone would like more information give me a ring on 07896925 469 or 01246 453562 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
a good time guaranteed!
The next training session will take place on Friday 2nd June 2017. For more details please email email@example.com
For other information on leading rides and to access ride leader resources visit our Ride Leaders page.
Due to the much higher than anticipated cost for us to show ‘A Day Out’ we have reluctantly decided not to show it. It is important to us that we keep the evening as a non-paying event but the cost would have been SIX TIMES MORE than we have ever had to pay to secure the right to show a film at previous events. We will be replacing the 48 minute play with two 20 minute cycling related features – both very good. The Postcard of the Peak film will be shown as advertised.
We are sorry about the disruption to the schedule. The revised programme can be seen here.
A film show at The Lantern Theatre has been arranged. Details here.