Welcome to the CCS Web Site

If you are new to cycling and looking for a club to join, have a look around and see what we can offer. Then drop us a line, or better still join us out on your bike. To join the club, contact the membership secretary via the Contacts page for a membership form, or download one here (this may take a minute or two): Membership Form.  Payment now possible by cash, cheque or EFT (was BACS); details on the form.

Cycle Club Sudbury is affiliated to the following organisations;
British Cycling; www.britishcycling.org.uk
Cyclists Touring Club; www.ctc.org.uk
Cycling Time Trials; www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk
Eastern Counties Cycling Association; www.easterncounties.org.uk
Eastern Road Race League; www.errl.org.uk
Eastern District Cycling Association; www.eastdistrictca.org.uk

Several club members are also members of AudaxUK, the long distance cyclists association; www.aukweb.net

 

What’s Next In The Calendar?


CCS EVENTS DIARY


STRAVA: link
here to CCS Strava page (only works if you’re a Strava member)


WANT TO CHECK THE SUDBURY WEATHER? Click here


SAFETY NOTICE; FRONT FORK RECALL

Following Jonathan’s tragic accident, please check that your front forks are not covered by this recall notice;
RECALL-NOTICE

TO JOIN CCS OR RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION

Please send a completed membership form  and payment to the address on the form (or pay by EFT – details on the form). You can download a membership form here MembershipForm . Subscription rates are on the form. We’ll send you your new membership card and 2016 Handbook.
Subs for 2016 are unchanged, at;

Juvenile £5, Junior £8, Senior £18, Senior over 65 £12, 2nd claim member £12,
Family £24. Keen time-triallists can also pay a mere £45 to cover a whole season’s Thursday evening time trials, a £15 saving over the total paid for a season at £3 a week.


CCS SOCIAL CLUB RUN AND SHORTER CLUB RUN

The weekly social club run leaves Market Hill Sudbury at 9am every Sunday. About 40 miles, with a cafe stop, at the speed of the slowest rider. Back about 12.45 – 1.00pm. Visiting riders welcome.
There is a shorter club run the first Sunday in every month. This is for people who haven’t previously done a club run, new members and those thinking of joining – everyone else welcome as well. About 25-27 miles, speed that of the slowest rider, cafe stop halfway. Just turn up! Bring your friends and relations. 9am from Market Hill, Sudbury, back about 12.00 – 12.15pm. If you’re not used to riding in a group of riders, please read these guidance notes.


YOUTH COACHING – 2016 SEASON

The Club’s British-Cycling trained coaches worked with youngsters over last summer at Great Cornard Sports Centre. These Saturday morning sessions will restart on 16 April ; for details contact David Fenn (see below) or the CCS Juniors Facebook page. The coaching sessions will start at 10 am and last about 1 hour. £1 a session for CCS juvenile members, £2 a session for non-members (juvenile club membership costs £5.00 per annum). Youngsters between the ages nominally 5 to 12 years old are welcome,; It would be appreciated if anyone wishing to take part could contact David Fenn, Coaching Co-ordinator; dave@cycleclubsudbury.com or phone 01787 374284. More information to follow – watch this space.


SUNDAY 21 AUGUST; CCS SUMMER ROAD RACES

4 LAPS, 50 MILES, ON THE BULMER CIRCUIT
RACE PROGRAMME HERE

RESULTS

The Regional B event for  3rd and 4th Category riders; 47 riders
First; Ben Hitchens, Pretorius Bikes; 2.11.3.899
Second; David Warwick, Orwell Velo; 2.12.33.824
Third; Garry Freeman; 2.13.04.045

Women’s Regional Championships race for E/1/2/3/4 Category riders; 29 riders
NB. The first lap of the Women’s race was not timed.
First; Sian Botteley; Starley Racing; 2.08.53.255
Second; Chanel Mason; Army Cycling Racing Team; 2.08.53.381
Third; Jennifer George; Drops Cycling Team; 2.08.53.528
Chanel Mason took the Eastern Region 1st place medal
Laura Cameron; Drops Cycling Team; Eastern Region 2nd place medal
Gemma Melton; Pedal Power Cycles Ipswich; Eastern Region 3rd place medal

FULL RESULTS AVAILABLE HERE

Ben Hitchens, Pretorius Bikes
Photo; Roger Rush

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Sian Botteley, Starley Racing                                                    Chanel Mason, Army Cycling Racing Team
Photo; Simon F Blackwell                                                          Photo; Simon F Blackwell

2016 THURSDAY EVENING TIME TRIAL SERIES

The season has now finished; results for the whole season are  here, and the end of season points results are here (subject to verification).
CCS/Colchester Rovers Interclub TT 12 May results posted at the foot of this page.
CCS/West Suffolk Wheelers Interclub TT 16 June results posted at the foot of this page.
Results of the CCS 2016 10 Mile TT Championship on 21 July are posted at the foot of this page.

For full details of our twenty event season, on four courses from 8 miles to 13 miles in length, see Time Trials on the Events page for the programme, start times, course details etc. The HQ for all these events is the Cock Horse car park, opposite Lavenham church. Visiting riders are very welcome, but must be a member of a CTT affiliated club or join CC Sudbury, for insurance purposes.
Riders’ target times for the 2016 season are here; 2016 TT target times

Results for last season, and the results of the series points competition, are posted at the foot of this page.

7.30pm, 1 SEPTEMBER; CCS END OF TT SEASON DINNER

Cock Horse Inn, Lavenham; contact David Fenn for details.


OPEN TIME TRIALS

A increasing number of CCS riders are riding in Open Time Trials; results for the 2016 season so far are here; see where all the records were broken! Many thanks to Roger for compiling these results throughout the TT season.

Too many Open time trials to list individually! See the Cycling Time Trials Events list here.
If you’re thinking of entering the competition for the new CCS SPOCO trophy, a calendar of SPOCO events is
here.

SUNDAY 28 AUGUST, FROM 11am; HIGH LODGE THETFORD FOREST
CYCLE CLUB SUDBURY FAMILY FUN DAY

Picnic – Fun – Games – Cycling; for all club members and their families.

Please remember a picnic, some drink but more importantly your bikes and helmets!!
We’ll be just off the main ‘green’ – look for the orange CCS flag – from 11am. 
Would be great to see lots of you there!!
Weather doesn’t look too bad, cloudy / sunny / warm, just about covers all eventualities.


    

SUNDAY 18 SEPTEMBER; SUDBURY WOMEN ON WHEELS RIDES

50 mile and 20 mile rides. Kirsty White would like to get together as many CCS members wives, partners relatives etc to ride as possible. She will lead the 50 mile riders, and a friend will lead the 20 mile riders, and absolutely no riders will be dropped from those  CCS groups. The ride is about getting out on bikes, sight seeing, taking photos and eating cake.

 

UPCOMING AUDAX RIDES

To find out about audax rides, and how they work, and further details on these audax rides, and to enter (most of them) on line, visit http://www.aukweb.net/ 
Sunday 28 August; Mildenhall; 50, 100, 160, 200k
Saturday 10 September; Dunmow; 600k
Saturday 17 September; Henham; 50, 110, 170, 200k
Saturday 1 October; Dunmow; 100, 200k
Sunday 16 October; Carlton Colville; 160, 200k
Sunday 27 November; Carlton Colville; 100k
Saturday 3 December; Witham; 100k
Sunday 18 December; Great Bromley; 200k

Further details and entry to all these rides via the AudaxUK website at www.aukweb.net/events; anyone can enter these events.


LOCAL RELIABILITY, SPORTIVE AND CHARITY RIDES

Full details, and entry for most events, on the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events 
Saturday 3 September; Debden
Sunday 4 September; Colchester
Sunday 18 September; Hadleigh Cycling Club Gayford Flyer; entries now open; Full details 
here
Sunday 2 October; Ipswich


MTB RACING

2016 Mud Sweat and Gears Races; Dates and Locations Reduced price for entries made before 1 March; http://www.mudsweatgears.co.uk/      
Sunday 4th September – Ickworth House, Suffolk
Sunday 25th September – Langdon Hills, Essex


ROAD RACING

Sunday 21 August; EASTERN ROAD RACE LEAGUE, RACES ORGANISED BY CCS
Further details on the British Cycling website; https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/road
Mens and Womens Races, on the Bulmer/Yeldham circuit.
Full details to follow.
Race organiser; Darren Rule.
Please put this date in your diary, either to spectate, or help out with the organising, or even to race.

Also, see the British Cycling website for details of all other local races.


CYCLOCROSS

Further details on the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/cyclocross


CCS TRAINING RIDES

1)  Tuesday evening  fast training rides, from early April, starting from near the Post Office Sorting Office on Church Field Road, Chilton Industrial Estate, Sudbury, CO10 2YA, for a 1 hour fast training ride. The CCS Facebook page is the best place to check out times and dates for these rides.  A risk assessment for the Semer route has been prepared by James Newton.
2)  Sunday morning training rides; there will be training rides leaving from Market Hill, Sudbury, at 9.00am during December and January, and possibly earlier. The CCS Facebook page is the best place to check out dates for these rides. Rides will be at about 17 mph, without a café stop, for about 3 hours.  These are social rather than competitive training rides, to get road miles. Information will also be posted to the club’s Facebook group. 


BILDESTON COMMUNITY CYCLING

Our Tuesday evening rides  leaving Bildeston Market Square at 6.45pm  will finish for the season on Tuesday 30 August. Our occasional series of Saturday morning Winter Warmer rides 25 miles with a cafe stop, leaving Bildeston Square at 9.30am, back about 12.30pm, will start in October – date to be confirmed.   These are community rides, not training rides, but good fun. All welcome, just turn up. We regret no children under 12, no unaccompanied children under 16.
Any queries contact Robin Weaver; e-mail robin@cycleclubsudbury.com, or phone 01449 741048.

 

 

What's Going On In The Site

Make sure you keep up to date with what has been happening here on the CCS website.
Or you can try the archives where you will be sure to find something from the past that is worth a good read.