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21 Dec 2014
9.30am start from Broad St, Oxford (near Oxford Campus Stores)
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Short ride option

ETA: 
10.45am
Coffee round trip: 
31 miles (50km)
Pace: 
About 12mph = 19kph
Leader back from coffee: 

Full ride (continuing from coffee)

ETA: 
1.15pm
Lunch round trip: 
49 miles (78k)
Pace: 
About 12mph = 19kph
Full ride leader: 

Recent

14 Dec 2014
Three generations on this ride - and we very nearly had a fourth, but great granddad decided to have a lie-in because the weather looked a bit iffy. Do we know of any other rides that have... Read more

News

25 Aug 2014
You could end up miles from home with a puncture that is impossible to repair. My local bike shop, Reg Taylor on Iffley Road, had never seen this (they were, however, able to sort it out). Removing a tight road tyre (a 23mm...Read more

About Us

CTC stands for Cyclists Touring Club, which is a national cycling charity in the UK, and we represent the Oxford City section. We organise regular Sunday rides (usually leaving from Broad Street at 9.30am) and occasional social events and special rides, travelling to farther afield places. Read more about us | Contact us.

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