April May June July Rides

Tour de Stour Audax is on Saturday 6th April if you fancy a longer ride than ours. Choose 50/100/160k. Cycling event starting from Village Hall, Long Melford CO10 9JQ. www.aukweb.net/events/detail/19-280/ Enter online. Rides List Please note that first SATURDAY of most months will be aimed at new/returning riders. Day Ride Saturday 6th April 10.00am Lynnsport ...

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Upcoming Events

The Tour de Broads Sportive takes place on Sunday 18th August. http://www.tourdebroads.com/ The Shouldham Beer Festival runs from 30th August 5pm to 1st September 7pm. https://kingsarmsshouldham.co.uk/events/beer-cider-gin-music-festival-2019/ Several Regional Audaxes: Sat 20 July Bildeston, Suffolk 100/160/200k. Sat 24 August Mildenhall Cycling Festival 52/100/160/200/300k Sat 21 September Carbrooke Watton 100/200k Sat 28 September Suffolk Byways 117k http://www.aukweb.net/events/detail/19-105/

July/August/September 2019 rides

Day Ride Sunday 21st July 10.00am Lynnsport A ride to North Creake Abbey which Trev has worked out at 82km (51 odd miles) to jump the gun of his 82nd birthday. Coffee and cake on me. Day Ride Sunday 28th July 10.00am Lynnsport Jazz at West Acre. Bring a picnic, a bottle of wine and ...

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Yellow Wellie Ride: Sat 15 June

Thank you to everyone who donated to the lifeboats through our welly riders on their way from King's Lynn to Hunstanton. We raised over £230 for the RNLI. Here we are handing it over: Apparently we were given another £30 for them on the way home! Our RNLI fundraiser this year was rescheduled for Saturday ...

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Notes from MJ

Paper maps are coming! The council-produced maps were last updated in 2008 and can be found online (linked from the maps page on our website) but are now out of print as well as out of date, so we've started producing a new map from OpenStreetMap/OpenCycleMap. The draft has been shown at some rides and ...

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King's Lynn to Hunstanton Greenway presentation

Matt Hayward of Norfolk County Council, the Lead Project Officer for the Greenways in our corner of Norfolk, has kindly agreed to come and meet with West Norfolk Cycling UK (CTC) and give a presentation at The Anvil in Congham on Wednesday, 1st May 2019. The presentation will start at 7:30pm.  Non members welcome to attend.

Another 2m of Cycle Track Built!

Two years ago, we reported that cyclists crossing the new bridge over the River Nar from Central Park (known locally as balls-up park after the sculptural balls dotted around it) were expected to cross two metres of grass and jump off a high kerb if they wanted to join Sandpiper Way (in the development opposite ...

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