Dear Julie,

 
In addition to supporting our campaigning work CTC members enjoy a range of benefits including Third Party insurance; 'Cycle' magazine 6 times a year; and discounts with retailers such as Cotswold Outdoor. Why not give Gift CTC membership to a friend or family.
 

Julie Rand, CTC Information Team

 
 
 
 
 
CTC Scotland plays an active role in bringing together representatives of CTC Member Groups, and other organisations, in the country to discuss and deal with matters relating to cycling in Scotland. There are many local cycling clubs and several cycle campaigning groups in Scotland and the rest of the UK, but CTC is the one body which embraces all kinds of cycle use and interests.
 
 
 
 
 
Nice one Sybil!
 
Congratulations to CTC member Sybil Williams, who was recently awarded an MBE for services to cycling and disabled people. Now you have the chance to join Sybil on a four-day ride from Cardiff to collect her medal at Buckingham Palace. Sybil, who started Pedal Power Cardiff – a CTC affiliate group - 16 years ago, has seen it grow from a cyclists’ café to a successful inclusive cycling project. Pedal Power to the Palace starts on Friday 10 October and will head to London via Bristol, Devizes and Reading. Contact CTC Councillor for Wales Gwenda Owen if you would like to take part. Crowns optional!
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Get in the money!
 
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You have just over a week to return your ticket stubs for this year’s CTC Grand Draw. In addition to being in with a chance of winning a range of fantastic prizes, including £3,000 in cash, a Surly Cross Check bike, a Genesis Tour de Fer tourer plus much more, you will also be helping to support CTC’s vital campaigning and inclusive cycling work.
 
Help blaze a trail for all-ability cycling
 
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CTC partner project Blazing Saddles is one of the shortlisted charities in with a chance of winning £48,435. The grant would enable the scheme to purchase a fleet of adapted bikes, helping develop all-ability cycling centres across Scotland. The People’s Millions phone vote number will be revealed on Monday 24 November.
 
Get radical
 
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Those readers of a certain age might remember Radical Rick, a kind of cartoon predecessor of trials rider Danny MacAskill, whose latest video shows him looping-the-loop on a barge on the River Thames. Unlike Danny, however, Rick rode a BMX – BBC take note! – and was the creation of artist Damian Fulton. In a recent interview, he explains the inspiration behind his cycling superhero.
 
Park life
 
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BBC TV and radio presenter Jeremy Vine was stopped for speeding this week – on his bike! Caught by police using a radar gun in Hyde Park doing 16mph rather than the limit of 5mph, Vine apologised but later tweeted: "If cyclists are forced to travel at walking pace, they will return to the roads and mix it with trucks." Meanwhile, singer Bono suffered serious injuries while cycling in Central Park.
 
The Wiggo effect continues
 
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Another cartoon superhero takes centre stage in an extraordinary film from Japan. ‘Hillclimb Girl’ features a young Japanese schoolgirl who is inspired by Bradley Wiggins’ epic ride in the Tour de France to try and beat her male school friend up a hill. Swapping her school skirt for Team Sky’s Lycra, her fierce determination to win is shown in the amazingly detailed illustrations.
 
Cycle Campaign News - November issue
 
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CTC’s round-up of campaigning news has all the latest on Space for Cycling; the draft Cycling Delivery Plan; lower drink-drive limits for Scotland; the Big Bike Revival; the New Forest cycling grant; cycling in the media; the Welsh Active Travel Act; campaigning publication reviews; and much, much more.
 
London calling
 
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The London Bike Show returns to ExCel from 12–15 February 2015, with plenty of gear to browse and buy, exciting features to watch and take part in, and everything any road, mountain, urban or family cyclist could ever need. CTC members can buy discounted tickets to the show up to 31 December by logging in to our website and obtaining the exclusive code.
 
CTC Gift Membership - the best present for cyclists
 
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Buy CTC Christmas Gift Membership for the cyclist in your life - a present that keeps giving all year round. By buying a gift for someone to join CTC, not only will you be supporting our valuable work as a charity, but they'll receive many benefits, including £10m third party insurance and six copies of our magazine 'Cycle'. Plus we're giving away a set of Lezyne lights worth £29.99!
 
 
 
 
 
Julie Rand

Julie Rand has edited CycleClips since 2011 and has been working at CTC in various guises since 2001.

 
 
 
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