Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By CTC South Bucks - 29th December 2012 7:25am
We welcome all cyclists who want to have a go at our chosen pastime. We have rides for almost anyone who can pedal. When you ride in company the miles fly by and if you're a bit tired at the end of a ride, it is the sort of tiredness that gives you a good appetite and a sound night's sleep.
South Bucks CTC has four subsidiaries: Aylesbury, Chiltern Hills, Midweek and Thames Valley. The Aylesbury subsidiary is obviously closest to Haddenham, and some of our rides include a mid-morning break at Haddenham Garden Centre. That said, you are more than welcome to join any of the region's subsidiary groups.
View our rides lists for a ride that appeals to you, then contact that subsidiary's secretary for advice on distance and difficulty.
Alternatively, just turn up a few minutes before the start.
Are you worried about what to wear or the type of bike you ride? Wear what you find comfortable, and carry a waterproof in your bag if it looks like rain.
If your bike is mechanically sound, it will do to start with. Most of us have graduated
to a better machine eventually, as we have realised how much we enjoy cycling.
Above all, please get in touch and give club riding a try!
You don't have to be a member of the CTC to start with. After a few rides, if you
want to continue riding with us then you will need to join.
You can download our list of rides for 2013 by clicking on the PDF link below the CTC logo on this page. For more details, please feel free to contact Peter Robinson — Tel: (01296) 425015 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find our website here
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