TTU Adventure Cycling Club is the bicycle organization of Tallinn University of Technology. Every year from April to November, we organize bike rides, cycling trips and other events. Our goal is to organize interesting events that join the people related to the university and allow the participants to spend some active and athletic free time. As the bicycle organization of Tallinn University of Technology, we direct most of our advertising to the channels related to TTU and therefore it is natural that most of the people taking part of our events are TTU students, alumni and employees. Despite of that, we don’t set any limits to the participants, our events attract also other people and we welcome everyone interested in cycling.
Unfortunately on year 2017, we were not able to offer much information in English systematically. Hopefully 2018 will be better :)
Below you fill find some links to previous traditional events of our club – to give you an overview of what we are doing. As in 2017 we did not have this information in English, many of the links point to events of previous years.
- From April to November, we normally have 20 to 25 weekly evening bike rides.
- For stronger cyclists, we have the Journey from Tallinn to Kääriku.
- At the end of July takes place our oldest and biggest event we annually organize – the TTU Bike Trip.
- At the end of September, we have the TTU Adventure Cycling Club’s Autumn Trip.
- At the end of November, we have the End of Season Party.
We have an English language mailing list – ttucycling [ät] rattamatkaklubi.ee – for announcing our events. You can be subscribed to this list by writing to Jaanus (jaanus [ät] rattamatkaklubi.ee). Please note that the English newsletter may be delayed sometimes and we can’t promise to share English information about all the events we do, so you might find it useful to also subscribe to our Estonian newsletter and use Google translate for getting an idea of those events, where English information is not available. We also announce our events at our Facebook page and though it is mainly in Estonian, we provide some of the information also in English there. In case you have questions or need clarification, you are always welcome to ask.