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Advice on cycling during the COVID 19 outbreak can be found [https://www.cyclinguk.org/article/coronavirus-qa-it-safe-cycle here]
 
Advice on cycling during the COVID 19 outbreak can be found [https://www.cyclinguk.org/article/coronavirus-qa-it-safe-cycle here]
  
It is important that you don’t avoid cycling altogether as it remains a great way to keep fit and active and is a good way to boost immunity. If you are interested in riding in small informal groups avoiding Social Venues (cafes) please email me and I’ll try and put you in contact with other riders. [mailto:royjrussell@gmail.com?Subject=Informal%20Rides royjrussell@gmail.com]
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It is important that you don’t avoid cycling altogether as it remains a great way to keep fit and active and is a good way to boost immunity. However please note the latest advice from Cycling UK is to avoid cycling in a group of more than one person, unless you are already co-habiting. In other words, families, partners and house shares who live together. Be Safe.
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This page will be updated with latest government guidance when appropriate.
  
 
<!--The table below shows Sunday rides for the next few months and we also have [[CtcExeterFurtherAhead|'''outline plans''']] further ahead.   
 
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Latest revision as of 05:23, 21 March 2020

CTC Exeter Sunday Rides Coffee Pots Bike Bus Devon News
New Riders Group Riding Shouts and Signals Leader Information Tips and Maintenance Resources


CTC Exeter Sunday Rides

Unfortunately, all of our planned Sunday cycle rides are suspended until further notice. Other Social Events including the Bring and Share evening are also postponed to later in the year.

Advice on cycling during the COVID 19 outbreak can be found here

It is important that you don’t avoid cycling altogether as it remains a great way to keep fit and active and is a good way to boost immunity. However please note the latest advice from Cycling UK is to avoid cycling in a group of more than one person, unless you are already co-habiting. In other words, families, partners and house shares who live together. Be Safe.

This page will be updated with latest government guidance when appropriate.


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New Riders Group Riding Shouts and Signals Leader Information Tips and Maintenance Resources
CTC Exeter Sunday Rides Coffee Pots Bike Bus Devon News