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All are welcome to the Camcycle social ride to Eddington on Saturday 25 September. We’ll meet outside Great St Mary’s to depart at 11am for an easy route past historic colleges, along the scenic Coton Path and through the West Cambridge site to arrive at the Brook Leys parkland area at Eddington. We’ll bring the Camcycle stall bike with some leaflets and magazines; all you need to bring is a picnic for yourself.
Owing to the pandemic, we have not been able to host the Cambridge Festival of Cycling in 2020 or 2021, so this event is intended to be a chance for Camcycle members and supporters to reconnect and to welcome new faces. Camcycle marshals will be on hand to guide the route, but you are responsible for your own safe and legal cycling and that of any minors you are accompanying on the ride. Please ensure you follow the Highway Code and that your bike is in a suitable condition for riding. You can join and leave the ride at any time.
The route is shown on the map above, which can be viewed via Komoot (where you can also download it as a GPX file).
An optional return ride will depart from Brook Leys at 2pm, returning to the city centre via Storey’s Way.