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To make sure you never miss anything of interest on your cycle ride, always ensure you carry an Ordnance Survey map with you - it also helps when you know where you are on the map!!


A rare photograph of the interior of the now decommissioned Ruthin Assize Courthouse. And a quite unique location for a mid 1970s AGM of CTC Chester & North Wales. The building now serves as a public library.


Berlin cyclist resists Russian soldier

Berlin 1946: Woman bravely resists confiscation of her bike by a Russian soldier


The Conwy estuary cycle route. A community route for all - although the fish might not agree!


Ladies with a taste for the fine things of life



Life is like a bike wheel. What goes round, comes around. Considering a future career in banking?


Moira Duncan interviewed by the BBC Wales A

X RAY team in June 2012. She explains how wonderful it is, following a ruling by Conwy CBC, to be able to cycle safely along Llandudno promenade without being hassled by beach inspectors. See pages elsewhere on this site for the background. (220612)


A Tale of True Grit.

CTC member Nigel Wesson from Northampton is seen here on National Cycle Route 5 in North Wales. Heading north up the coast, he aims to spend about three months a’wheel.

His is not a long tale. But it’s a scary one. He had his arm bitten off by a tiger. But he still has an arm and two legs, and there is nothing he enjoys more than pedalling his faithful recumbent cycle.

See Nigel’s story Oxford Mail and Independent