Please help us stop Lincolnshire County Council anti cycling strategy now. Important appeal from our safety officer Rodney Jelfs. Rodney would appreciate any help, however small, in his job off fighting for Lincolnshire Cyclist's rights. You do not have to be a CTC member or experienced in cycle campaigning. Rodney will offer advice and guidance. Contact Rodney by either email email@example.com or Telephone 01522 828554
The Lincolnshire CTC AGM will be held on the 12 of October 2014 at the Reepham/Cherry Willingham Village Hall, starting at 11am and finishing approx. 1.30pm. There will be free refreshments for all CTC members. Come and see what Lincolnshire CTC does and maybe input a few new ideas thus making Lincolnshire CTC work for you. See AGM location map
CTC’s Cycle Campaign News for June includes an item on a German appeal court ruling that non-helmet wearing cycling is not negligent. It also has an update on last week's Road Justice Sentencing Debate; new publication reviews; diary dates; the All Party Parliamentary bike ride; a natural history ride in Surrey; and much more.
Cyclists are being invited to take a ride for a Lincolnshire good cause this summer
as the learning disability charity, Linkage, stage its third annual bike event.
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The Cyclists’ Touring Club in Britain is organised into several areas of which Lincolnshire CTC is just one.
Lincolnshire CTC are a friendly and sociable cycling group, new riders and visitors are always welcome on our rides (or cycle runs). Lincolnshire is a superb county for cycling with relatively little traffic and a variety of cycling terrain from Fen to Wolds.
There are many hundreds of members within the Lincolnshire CTC groups of Lincoln, Louth/Grimsby, and Gainsborough. We exist to promote active cycling and our local groups organise regular rides and other events to cater for all abilities.
If you just want a pleasant ride in good company or have an interest in campaigning for improved facilities for cyclists COME & JOIN Lincolnshire CTC. You will be made most welcome.