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Reach Ride returners 2022

Reach Ride start point 2022, at The Guildhall, Cambridge

Reach Ride 2022

Returning to the city centre on the Camcycle picnic ride 2021.

Camcycle picnic ride 2021.

In the Maypole pub after a Camcycle monthly meeting. It's looking like the last time we're in a pub like this for quite a while because of the Covid-19 coronavirus emergency.

Camcycle new stall bike and gazebo at Mill Road Winter Fair 2018.

Camcycle new stall bike and gazebo at Mill Road Winter Fair 2018

At Guildhall with #ReachRide returners.

Returning from a stall event on Milton Road.

Just after Cambridgeshire County Council's Planning Committee unanimously approved the Abbey-Chesterton foot / cycle bridge.

Camcycle's new offices at the Bike Depot in North Chesterton

Hustings event for the 2015 General Election

Cambridge Cycling Campaign Newsletter review meeting for NL113 at the Grad Pad.

Members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign considering possible solutions for Trumpington Road outside the Botanic Gardens.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's stall at the Mill Road Winter Fair 2012

Camcycle 20/50: Survivors photo (minus me) outside the Fort St George.

Nine of the survivors of the Reach Fair 2009 ride back at the start point.

Wheeler Street now apparently fully open at long last to two-way cycling. Some committee members are now referring to this route as "Woodburn Way" in honour of James, who has campaigned so effectively on this issue.

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