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Group of participants in Le Tour de Femme cycle race at Canberra, Australia

Le Tour de Femme is a race for women held in Canberra, Australia. Yvonne on the left is the daughter of CTC members Geoff and Jean Owen of Abergele. She competed with about 400 other women and finished the course of 20 km on a hot November morning (30 degrees) in 47.52 minutes.


Group of cyclists accompanying a symbolic elephant that was transported around the country in aid of the Alzheimer's Society
A symbolic elephant was transported around the country in aid of the Alzheimer's Society. Here Anne is using her bike to carry it from the Harbour Hotel, Rhyl, to Colwyn Bay Pier. She was supported by about a dozen CTC Cymru members.


The de Yong family (parents son and two daughters) pause at Penmaenmawr in their cycle tour along the National Cycle Network

The adventurous de Yong family from Heiloo, Holland, with children Karin(14) Rens(12) and Dorit(10) take a rest at Penmaenmawr en route to Bristol on the second day of their tour along the National Cycle Network. Their only complaint - there aren't cycling maps in the UK to compare with those back home.


Two young men pause at Conwy on their way home to Bodelwyddan by bike after a long weekend in Snowdonia

Optical Technicians, Dave Bate and Geoff Williams of Bodelwydden, are seen here at Conwy harbour en route home after a long weekend in Snowdonia and Anglesey. Dave is planning to celebrate his fortieth in 2006 by riding the 'end to end' from Land's End to John o' Groats.

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Mother with two young girl twins on a cycle with an double extension at the back

Parry mother and twins from Prestatyn. They say most good things come in pairs!


Group of friends with their cycles on promenade
Motorcycle enthusiast Mike Moore of Llanbedr y Cenin (right), certainly knows how to arrange a great day out when friends Derek and Marlene Antrobus from Warrington and their grandchildren come a' visiting. Mind you, Derek is a CTC member, so what else would you expect?