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.
Eastern Counties Cycling Association; www.easterncounties.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)
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;
TO JOIN CCS OR RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. (CCS SUBS NIGHT ON 12 JANUARY – SEE ITEM BELOW)
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 Handbook.
Subs for 2017 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. 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 25-27 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 coaches work with youngsters through Saturday morning sessions, often at Gainsborough School, Great Cornard; for details contact David Fenn (see below) or the CCS Juniors Facebook page. The coaching sessions 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; email@example.com or phone 01787 374284. More information to follow – watch this space.
Off-road sessions are booked at Maglia Rosso, Hawstead, for the following Saturdays; 26 November, 10 December, 7 January, 11 February, 11 March.
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).
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.
OPEN TIME TRIALS
A increasing number of CCS riders are riding in Open Time Trials; results for the whole 2016 season 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.
7.30pm, THURSDAY 8 DECEMBER; CCS QUIZ NIGHT
At the Stevenson Centre, off Broom Street, Great Cornard. Teams of up to six, bring drinks and nibbles. An evening of mental stimulation.
11am, TUESDAY 27 DECEMBER; CCS ‘THE DAY AFTER BOXING DAY’ RIDE
Meeting in the Cock Horse car park, Lavenham, a group ride over an unknown distance, for about an hour. Computers and watches will be banned. On returning to the pub at the completion of the ride for coffee/ beer / cheesy chips, each rider will be asked to guess the distance ridden. The winner will be the rider guessing the distance closest to that ridden and will be presented with a magnificent trophy at the next club dinner. This event is being organised by Geoff Simms.
7.30pm, THURSDAY 12 JANUARY; CCS SUBS NIGHT
Annual subs are due at the Subs Night at The Stevenson Centre, off Broom St, Gt. Cornard. It would be a great help if you paid by cheque, or brought the right money. If any of your personal details (address, e-mail address, phone no etc) have changed, please also bring a completed membership form, downloadable from the top of this page.
If you can’t attend the Subs Night, please send a form and payment to me – address etc on the form. Plus it also gives you the opportunity to collect the 2017 Handbook and catch up on the latest news over a cuppa and piece of cake.
Subs for 2017 are; Juvenile £5, Junior £8. Senior £18. Senior over 65 £12. 2nd claim member £12, Family £24.
NOTE: Keen time-trialists 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.
SUNDAY, 29 JANUARY; CCS RELIABILITY RIDE
From the Stevenson Centre, off Broom Street, Great Cornard, CO10 0WD.
Two course lengths, 28.5 or 46 miles – two target times for each distance.
You pick the one that challenges you.
Sign on at 8.45am for 46 miles in 3hrs 30mins. First group away at 9.00am.
Sign on at 9.00am for 46 miles in 2hrs 45mins. First group away at 9.15am.
Sign on at 9.15am for 28.5 miles in 2hrs 30mins. First group away at 9.30am.
Sign on at 9.30am for 28.5 miles in 1hr 45mins. First group away at 9.40am.
Route maps and downloadable GPS tracks for both routes available on the Events page of this website.
Sign on the line on the day.
£6 entry fee includes refreshment.
Further enquiries to David Fenn; 01787 374284; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Damon Day, CCS 25 and 50 Mile Open TT Cup, and Veterans BAR winner
Leon West, CCS Rider of the Year
Leon West, Damon Day, and James Rush, CCS 10 Mile TT Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners
Oscar Keep, CCS Juniors Rider of the Year.
Trophy presented by Stephen Weatherley
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/
Saturday 5 November; New Winter Series, Audax Club Mid-Essex; Witham; 100k; 10am start!
Sunday 27 November; Carlton Colville; 100k
Saturday 3 December; New Winter Series, Audax Club Mid-Essex; Witham; 100k; 10am start!
Sunday 18 December; Great Bromley; 200k
Saturday 14 January; Swaffham; 54/100k
Saturday 21 January; New Winter Series, Audax Club Mid-Essex; Kelvedon; 100k; 10am start!
Saturday 4 February; New Winter Series, Audax Club Mid-Essex; Witham; 100k; 10am start!
Saturday 4 March; Dunmow; New Winter Series, Audax Club Mid-Essex; Dunmow; 100k; 10am start!
Saturday 18 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.
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
Sunday 16 October; not quite an audax or a sportive; the Lea Valley CC Gordon Attwell Tourist Trial will be over two distances, 30 and 50 miles, from the Lea Valley CC bungalow at Burton End near Henham, CM24 8UQ; 10am start. Please let Don Keen know if you are riding; email@example.com, and if you require lunch.
See the British Cycling website for details of all local races.
Sunday, 11 December 2016: Stow Scramble (Chantry Park, Ipswich)
Sunday, 18 December 2016: Push Sport Cross (Southwold)
Monday, 2 January 2017: Trinity Cross (Trinity Park, Ipswich)
Further details on the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/cyclocross
BILDESTON COMMUNITY CYCLING
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.
- CCS RIDERS 2016 RESULTS IN OPEN TTs
- CCS FALLING LEAVES HILL CLIMB – 16 OCTOBER 2016 – OFFICIAL RESULTS
- CCS 2016 FALLING LEAVES HILL CLIMB; INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
- CCS 2016 THURSDAY EVENING TIME TRIAL SERIES – POINTS FOR THE WHOLE SEASON
- CCS 2016 THURSDAY EVENING TIME TRIAL SERIES – RESULTS FOR THE WHOLE SEASON