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Memberships

£20
Senior

£12
Junior

£40
Family (2 x sen’, free U18s, cond’s apply)

£12
Social (non-riding)

Expires 31/12/2019

Tuxford Clarion Cycling Club

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Tuxford Clarion Cycling Club is based in the area of Tuxford and is a section of the National Clarion Cycling Club

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Why Join the Tuxford Clarion Cycling Club?

We organise rides and events for enthusiastic cyclists in and around the area of North Nottinghamshire, Tuxford, Retford, Ollerton, Newark and further afield.

Here are some of the benefits of joining the Tuxford Clarion Cycling Club:

  • Regular club runs with three different groups, all meeting at the same cafe break with around 2.5 hours riding time.

       Social Group (c. 30 miles at 15mph avg.), Intermediate Group (c. 40 miles at 17mph avg.), Training Group (c. 50 miles at 19mph avg.)

  • Meet, ride & socialise with like-minded people.
  • Improve your cycling by joining other enthusiasts and share free advice from their (and your) collective experience.
  • Enjoy your cycling more, in a group environment and widen your cycling horizons.
  • In summer we run weekly, low-key individual time trials on a 11.3 mile course that starts and finishes in Tuxford on Wednesdays.

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And as part of the National Clarion you will get access to:

Where and when we meet for rides:

We regular meet up at the Newcastle Arms - Tuxford every week at 9am (10am Dec/Jan/Feb) for various rides to different destinations. Distances of our rides tend to be 40-60 miles, but we do adjust these depending on the riders and weather conditions.

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The club has a wealth of experience and always makes sure that our new riders are looked after on their first few rides. We pride ourselves in riding in a disciplined and safe manner and respect our fellow road users. For example we acknowledge cars that wait and pass us safely, we single file when safe and appropriate to do so. We also slow down for horses and chat to them as we pass, so that we don’t startle them.

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