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A cycling club is a society for cyclists. Clubs tend to be mostly local, and can be general or specialised. The Cyclists' Touring Club, (CTC) in the United Kingdom is a national cycling association; the Tricycle Association, Tandem Club and the Veterans Time Trial Association, for those over 40, are specialist clubs. Members of specialist or national groups often belong to local clubs. Other groups support leisure cyclists or campaign for improved facilities for cyclists. The London Cycling Campaign, Friends of the Earth, and Greenwich Cyclists are examples of campaign groups.

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  • A cycling club is a society for cyclists. Clubs tend to be mostly local, and can be general or specialised. The Cyclists' Touring Club, (CTC) in the United Kingdom is a national cycling association; the Tricycle Association, Tandem Club and the Veterans Time Trial Association, for those over 40, are specialist clubs. Members of specialist or national groups often belong to local clubs. Other groups support leisure cyclists or campaign for improved facilities for cyclists. The London Cycling Campaign, Friends of the Earth, and Greenwich Cyclists are examples of campaign groups.
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  • A cycling club is a society for cyclists. Clubs tend to be mostly local, and can be general or specialised. The Cyclists' Touring Club, (CTC) in the United Kingdom is a national cycling association; the Tricycle Association, Tandem Club and the Veterans Time Trial Association, for those over 40, are specialist clubs. Members of specialist or national groups often belong to local clubs. Other groups support leisure cyclists or campaign for improved facilities for cyclists. The London Cycling Campaign, Friends of the Earth, and Greenwich Cyclists are examples of campaign groups.
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