Cambridge Festival of Cycling

Celebrating the city's cycling culture

Join Camcycle, the Cambridge Cycling Campaign, to celebrate the joy of cycling, share your cycling experiences, learn new things and share in our vision for more, better and safer cycling in and around Cambridge for all ages and abilities. Most events are free and all are welcome; you don’t need to be a Camcycle member and you don’t need to be someone that already cycles. Just come along and join the fun!

2019 events

Camcycle’s Social Ride to Milton Country Park Sunday 1 September 11am – 3pm Guildhall, Market Square
Strawberry 50 2019 Sunday 1 September 9am Histon and Impington Recreation Ground
Wicken Fen Cycling Festival Sunday 1 September – Monday 30 September 10am – 5pm Wicken Fen Nature Reserve
Meet. Pedal. Chat. with Cambridge City Council Monday 2 September 6pm-7.30pm University of Cambridge Sports Centre, West Site
‘Cycling to Work’ with the Cambridgeshire Collection and Cambridge Central Library Monday 2 September –
Thursday 26 September
Library Opening Hours Cambridge Central Library, Lion Yard
‘Wheels Through Time’ with the Cambridgeshire Collection and Cambridge Central Library Monday 2 September –
Thursday 26 September
Library Opening Hours Rock Road Library, Rock Road
Camcycle and CTC Cambridge – “Hought’n Back”: 35 mile ride to Houghton Mill along the Busway Tuesday 3 September 10.30am Cambridge North Station
Rutland Cycling Evening Road Ride Tuesday 3 September 6pm Rutland Cycling, Histon
Bizarre Biking: cycling blogger Rob Ainsley on Britain’s quirkiest rides Tuesday 3 September 7.30pm – 10pm Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane
Chisholm Trail Community Engagement at Stourbridge Fair Saturday 7 September 12pm – 4.30pm Leper Chapel, Newmarket Road
CamcycleTech: Exploring the Science and Technology of cycling Saturday 7 September 10am-4pm Museum of Technology
Eversden Repair Cafe Saturday 7 September 10am-1pm Eversden Village Hall, Great Eversden
Meet. Pedal. Chat. with Cambridge City Council Monday 9 September 6pm-7.30pm University of Cambridge Sports Centre, West Site
Rutland Cycling Bike Maintenance Class Tuesday 10 September 6pm Rutland Cycling, Histon
Camcycle Stall at Addenbrooke’s Cycling Clinic Wednesday 11 September 12pm-2pm Addenbrookes
Camcycle and CTC Cambridge – “Byways and Highways”: 35 mile circuit of Cambridge Saturday 14 September 10.30am Madingley Park and Ride
Open Eddington 2019  Saturday 14 September 10am-4pm Eddington
The HandleBards perform ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at Childerley  Sunday 15 September 2pm – 5pm Childerley Hall
Meet. Pedal. Chat. with Cambridge City Council Monday 16 September 6pm-7.30pm University of Cambridge Sports Centre, West Site
Camcycle’s Cargo Carnival Saturday 21 September  11am – 4pm Lammas Land
Camcycle Stall at Milton Country Park Autumn Festival Sunday 22 September  10.30am – 5pm Milton Country Park
Savills Gran Fondo 2019 Sunday 22 September 8.30-4pm The Gog Farm Shop, Heath Farm
Meet. Pedal. Chat. with Cambridge City Council Monday 23 September 5.30-7pm University of Cambridge Sports Centre, West Site
History of Cycling Talk at the Museum of Cambridge Wednesday 25 September  6.30pm-7.30pm Museum of Cambridge
Independently organised #CamRideHome  Friday 27 September  6pm  Outside The Mill pub, Granta Place
Camcycle’s MOTHERLOAD Movie Screening Saturday 28 September 3pm – 5.30pm The Clay Farm Centre
Great St Mary’s ‘Blessing of the Bicycles’ Sunday 29 September 11am Great St Mary’s Church, King’s Parade

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If you’d like to partner with Camcycle or host your own cycling-related event during the 2019 Cambridge Festival of Cycling, please get in touch.

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