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 get in touch, 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):MEMBERSHIPFORM.  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
Cycling UK (was Cycling Touring Club); www.cyclinguk.org
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?


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



Please send a completed membership form  and payment to the address on the form (or pay by Electronic Funds Transfer – 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 Handbook.
Subs for 2019 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 £65 to cover a whole season’s Thursday evening time trials, a £15 saving over the total paid for a season at £4 a week. 


If you missed the CCS SUBS NIGHT and want to renew your membership, download a membership form here; 2019MembershipForm. Payment details, by cheque/post or bank transfer, full details on the form.
Membership subs are unchanged from last year;
Juvenile (up to 16) £5        Junior (16 – Dec. after18) £8
Senior (18-65) £18             Senior (65-80) £12
Family £24                          Second claim £12
Associate £4                        Temporary; 6 wks £5
In addition, First and Second claim members can pay for a season of Thursday evening time trial rides; £65 for the season of 20 time trials, a saving of £15 over the season.




Team prize; Plomesgate CC

 Pos. Name Cat. Club Time
Ladies Juniors Hrs Mins Secs
1 Lloyd Chapman S Plomesgate CC 00 50 32
2     John  Bradbury V CC Sudbury 00 51 50
3     Leon West V CC Sudbury 00 52 03
4 Simon Daw V Datalynx-Parenesis Cycling 00 52 20
5 Gavin Lewis S Velo Schils Interbike RT 00 53 15
6 Lee Kennedy S Army Cycling 00 53 48
7 Paul Rooke S West Suffolk Wheelers 00 53 57
8 Steve  Cave V Plomesgate CC 00 54 25
9 Adrian Pettitt V Stowmarket & District CC 00 54 39
10 Stuart Fairweather V Team Velovelocity 00 54 51
11 Nicholas Webber V Hadleigh Cycling Club 00 55 37
12 Colin Lewin V Velo Schils Interbike RT 00 56 41
13 Phillip  Hatcher S Cyclism 00 56 43
14 Simon Daniel S Tri Sudbury 00 58 01
15 Trevor  Caley V Plomesgate CC 00 58 24
16 Antony Birt V Plomesgate CC 00 58 59
17 William Green S Maldon & District CC 00 59 02
18 Dan Foster V 3T-RACING 00 59 25
19 Daniel  Upton V CC Sudbury 01 00 06
20 Jeff Wharton V Velo Schils Interbike RT 01 00 32
21 Gary Johnson V CC Sudbury 01 00 35
22 1st   Mandy Bunn WV Datalynx-Parenesis Cycling 01 02 56
23   1st Isabella Johnson Jun Datalynx-Parenesis Cycling 01 04 46
24 Ben Loxton Esp West Suffolk Wheelers 01 05 33
25 Graham  Buckles V CC Sudbury 01 05 36
26 2nd   Gillian Leech WV Stowmarket & District CC 01 05 53
27 David Fenn V CC Sudbury 01 11 26
28 Murray Baker V Tri Sudbury 01 15 18
29 3rd   Sarah Johnson WV CC Sudbury 01 15 57
30 Matthew Windsor S Maldon & District CC 01 16 31
31 4th   Caroline Wyke WV CC Sudbury 01 31 40
DNF David Sawyer V Wolsey RC

HQ for this event is Lavenham Village Hall; first rider off at 8.01am, on this 22mile sporting course. Still just time to enter, until Tuesday evening, 26 February. Entry and details via the Cycling Time Trials website at https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/race-details/18832. Further details here. Organiser; Darren Rule; darren_rule1@hotmail.com


Lavenham Sports Pavilion – all start at 7pm. Free to CCS members. tea and coffee available.
Thursday 7 March; Introductory yoga for cyclists
Wednesday 13 March; Cycling first aid
Wednesday 20 March; An Introduction to Massage for cyclists
Thursday 28 March; I hour turbo training session.

To book a place for these free events, please email Dan Upton at djupton.du@googlemail.com; numbers limited by the space available.

Further details; click below.

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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. There is a nominated ride leader. New and visiting riders welcome; you can take part in up to three ‘taster’ rides before joining the club.

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. There is a nominated ride leader. About 27 miles, speed that of the slowest rider, cafe stop halfway. Just turn up! Bring your friends and relations; you can take part in up to three ‘taster’ rides before joining the club. 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.
Other various unofficial club rides are arranged by club members on the Cycle Club Sudbury Facebook page.


The Club’s British-Cycling trained coach works with youngsters using a range of activities; for details contact Chris Sampson (see below) or the CCS Juniors Facebook page.  Youngsters between the ages nominally 5 to 12 years old are welcome. If you would like further information, please contact Chris Sampson, Coaching Co-ordinator; chris@cycleclubsudbury.com or phone 07816 930205.


The season starts on Thursday 18 April. The schedule for the season is here; 2019ThursdayEveningTimeTrialSeries
Target times for the 2019 Points Series; 2019TTtargettimes
Marshalling list link; 2019MarshallingList. If you are intending to ride any TTs, you will need to marshal at least once during the season. Please e-mail robin@cycleclubsudbury.com with THREE dates on which you are available, as soon as possible.

Please note we have a revised Club rule this year; all riders must have working front and rear lights, either flashing or constant, fitted to the bicycle in a position visible to other road users, and active while the bicycle is in use

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. Please note also that we have a limit of 50 riders, with CCS riders taking precedence.



A increasing number of CCS riders are riding in Open Time Trials; CCS riders’ results for the 2018 season are here . 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. SPOCO East and SPOCO South East will list their 2018 events on their websites; SPOCO East; here; SPOCO South East here.


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/
Saturday 9 March; Dunmow; 100, 200k
Saturday 16 March; Cambridge; 110, 200k
Saturday 23 March; Copdock; 100k
Further details and entry to all these rides via the AudaxUK website at www.aukweb.net/events; anyone can enter these events.


Full details, and entry for most events, on the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events
Sunday 24 March, Colchester Rovers Sportive, 25 or 50 miles, from Great Bromley. Raising money for Stoke Mandeville, where JulieBaker, known to many CCS members, is making progress. Full details here
Sunday 28 April; Boxford Bike Club Tornado Sportive; bookings now open for Boxford Bike Club Tornado Sportive, 40 or 60 miles (new routes this year!). Places go quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment, via the British Cycling website here.


See the British Cycling website for details of all local races.
 Sunday 10 March; Colchester Rovers Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race



Further details on the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/cyclocross
2019 Mud Sweat and Gears Series; full details here; https://www.mudsweatgears.co.uk/
Sunday 17th March – Henham Park

Sunday 7th April – Lee Valley Velopark
Sunday 5th May – Carver Barracks
Sunday 2nd June – Thickthorn, Norwich
Sunday 7th July – Hintlesham
Sunday 18th August – Radical Bikes
Sunday 1st September – Phoenix Cycleworks


Our Tuesday evening rides  leaving Bildeston Market Square at 6.45pm finished for the season on 28 August. The rides  last about an hour, lengthening as the light improves. There are two rides; a short ‘slow’ ride for beginners/returners, and a faster, longer ride for those more experienced.   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. 
We also run Saturday morning Winter Warmer rides, held approx every four weeks from October to March, the first in 2018 on 13 October (contact Robin Weaver for subsequent dates). These are about 25 miles long with a cafe stop, and leave Bildeston Square at 9.30am, back about 12.45pm. 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.