|Notts CTC News|
|Roger Codling Photo Competition 2021|
Entries for the 2021 competition are now invited.
The rules will be similar to previous years, with up to three images entered per person.
Details on how to enter the competition can be found on the Photo Competition page.
|Group Rides Allowed Again|
The government has relaxed the Covid rules from March 29th and this allows us to restart organising and running group rides.
Cycling UK still recommend a maximum group size of 15 and for insurance purposes we will
be using this as our maximum number on any ride.
To view the latest rides list go to Rides List
|Notts CTC AGM and Prize Announcements|
Alternative Arrangements for 2021
Now that Cycling UK has changed the dates for its financial year, we
must submit our annual report and accounts before the end of May.
For details of the process and to view all relevant reports and documentation go to
AGM 2021 Documentation
There is a new link to the AGM documentation page on the main screen index.
|Notts CTC Covid-19 Guidelines|
- Number of riders restricted to members of your own household (or bubble) -OR- no more than 2 riders from separate households!
- Carry your own tools
- Have an emergency rescue plan
- Carry a face covering / mask
- Carry hand sanitiser
- Do NOT come on a ride, i.e. self isolate
For more information on the full Risk Assessment, please click here
Committee meetings take place every 2 months generally on the first Monday of the month. For minutes of previous meetings please speak to the secretary.
The next meeting will be held once Covid restrictions are lifted. Watch this page for details.
|100 Women in Cycling 2020|
Notts CTC member and ride leader Susan Young has recently been named by cycling charity Cycling UK as one of its 100 Women in Cycling for 2020.
As part of its campaign to persuade more women to take to a cycle, Cycling UK names 100 inspirational women each year, who are encouraging others to experience the joy of cycling.
Susan has been chosen as part of this year's list because of her involvement across many aspects of cycling.
|Women's Festival of Cycling|
In 2020 we ran a variety of rides to celebrate the Cycling UK's Women's Festival of Cycling
We are offering all women the opportunity to experience the pleasure of cycling in a small friendly group. You will be able to meet up with female members of Notts CTC, who cycle regularly for utility and for pleasure.
Full details of all the rides can be found on the Notts CTC facebook page.
Rides will be run subject to government advice and CyclingUK guidelines so we are asking participants to register in advance.
Government advice and Cycling UK guidelines state we can currently have a maximum of 6 in a group, keeping 2 metres apart at all times. We have several ride leaders so can take more than 1 group for any ride. Rides may change or be cancelled should guidance change.
We are asking people not to attend if they have tested positive or have exhibited symptoms of Covid-19 within the last 7 days or if anyone within their household has done so within the last 14 days.
|Contributions to Cyclonda|
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|Last updated 2 Apr 2021|