Welcome to the St Neots Cycling Club website. We are a friendly cycling club based in St Neots, serving the town and the villages around. We mainly focus on road cycling but some of our members also ride off-road. Whether you are an experienced roadie or new to cycling, do contact us or join one of our club runs - you’ll get a warm welcome.
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This week we are offering three routes as usual:
Long Route – L14 - 61 miles
Medium Route – M3 - 45 miles
Short Route – S6 - 30 miles
Route information can be found on the club site
The club run leaves at 8:30am from the St Neots Market Square.
The weather on Sunday looks to be overcast and mild with a brisk south-westerly wind
33 gathered on this fine morning at the Market Square and plenty of winter kit was on display as the all the outer extremities were covered to keep out the cold. A few were even debating taking an early turn for home as they felt under-dressed for the conditions, however the sun kept shining on the groups and as far as we know no one relented and turned for home.Read more...
As you will know, we compete in an Inter-Club Competition with some of our near-neighbours (Beds Road, CC Ashwell, Hitchin Nomads & Icknield Road) over a series of ‘sporting course’ Time Trial events across the season. With five clubs involved, we have 10, 15, 25 & 30 mile events together with the season-ending finale of a Hill Climb; this year hosted by SNCC on the decidedly un-Cambridgeshire-like hill of Sharpenhoe Clappers.Read more...
St Neots Cycling Club member, Jacob Hennessy has been selected by British Cycling to join the Senior Academy Programme in the Men's Endurance group. This is amazing progress for Jacob who started racing as a complete novice for St Neots CC less than three years ago, and has since moved on to race for an elite team.Read more...
...cyclocross that is, for those people that revel in trying to ride off-road on a drop bar bike in somewhat grim conditions as the "off season" progresses. Off road course, throw in a few obstacles such as hurdles or steps (sometimes both), off camber sections and if you're lucky a coffee or burger wagon and you have British regional level cyclocross. Sorry, no regular beer and frites here unlike the continent!Read more...
We enjoyed almost the perfect evening for the final TT of the SNCC 2016 season, with the sun shining and the wind mainly in the rider’s favour around the 11.2 mile course. Twenty six riders lined up at the start line.Read more...