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“Merci beaucoup pour le Grand Depart…” The Cappuccino Cycling Club is based in Harrogate and we’ve just had the best weekend ever experiencing Le Grand Depart in Yorkshire. We are now planning a little ride to say a big “thank … Continue reading
Thought it was about time to right a report about a ride as I have not done this for a while. Club rides have become increasingly popular over the course of this year and this report is from the steady … Continue reading
This video was shot during a club ride recently. It includes some stunning scenery around Greenhow Hill and Nidderdale in some late winter sunshine. Check out the descent of Greenhow Hill into Pateley.
After much waiting and organising the day finally arrived when the Cappuccino Cycling Club would be hitting the boards once more at the Manchester Velodrome. On this occasion we were the guest of Out of the Saddle Cycling Club and … Continue reading
Winter Cycling in Yorkshire at its Best…. New Year, gorgeous weather, stunning scenery….time for a blog post/ride report. Today was the first Sunday club run of the year and the unseasonably warm weather dragged 22 Cappo’s out of bed for … Continue reading
The first full club ride of the year was graced with 17 riders ready for the off this morning. We decided on a route out to Ripon and set off from Harrogate up the Otley Road and up to Penny … Continue reading
Today’s planned ride would be a first for the CCC…a trip to York. Not sure why we have not ventured to York in the past, but it was worth the wait. The sunshine and the promise of a new destination … Continue reading
We signed off from May in style tonight, with some gorgeous spring sunshine, although there was still a slight chill in the air and the wind was still there!! Duncan had come dressed for summer and was shivering at the … Continue reading
This Sunday was the first time the CCC split the rides and this was the shorter option. Nine of riders (including two new riders) set out from outside St Aidan’s school on yet another cold and windy morning. We left … Continue reading