The annual A10 Awareness Cycle Ride will take place on Sunday May 18th.
Two cycle groups will set off simultaneously at 10AM, one from Trumpington Park and Ride and one from Royston Heath, convening at Phillimore’s Garden Centre at around 11:15. Julian Huppert MP will see off the Trumpington cyclists, while Oliver Heald MP hopes to see off the Royston cyclists.
Once again, we are very grateful to the Clark family for allowing us to gather at Phillimore’s. We’ll be a bit further back from the road than last year, in the field on the left as you come in. Tea and cake will be provided free of charge, thanks to a grant from JR Tech in Shepreth.
The ride will proceed at a leisurely pace, the idea being to highlight the need for a safe and good quality off-road route between Royston and Cambridge and the villages in between.
The ride is not intended to be a form of protest that causes disruption. We use the paths where possible and are courteous to others at all times. It’s an opportunity to publicise our aims and to listen and understand the views of residents of this area of all ages and needs. Read about some of our work in the CEN here