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  • Category 2 ride led by Lib Rocco

  • Organising Club: Leo

    Course: E2/30c

    Wheelers' Times

    PeterW 1:17:46

  • Category 6 ride led by Tony Dos Santos

    What a beautiful day! 14 riders turned up; I was terrified! Lovely to see Franco. 

    We had a great first half of the ride. Everyone was brimming with confidence and vitality. Then, Mick “the chain” Gornall, the inevitable happened - yes his chain came off! 

    Mark taught me about the gravitational pull of the moon and earth. 

    Up to Thremhall Park Cafe, and no incidents. 

  • Organising Club: Cambridge CC

    Course: E2/50c

    Wheelers' Times

    GarethW 1:58:59

  • Lovely morning for a TT. Well done Ian Bailey for making his first effort.

    Riding restricted

    Steve Watson 27:35
    Peter Walton 28:09

    Not restricted

    Barry Page 26:38
    Ian Bailey 33:11

    Barry's win and failure to participate in any earlier events wins him the coveted scrubbing brush. Steve and Peter survive to compete for the out of season best all-rounder trophy at the hill-climb on October 6th.

     

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    The category 2 team of 5 riders covered 60.2 miles on their tour of Essex at an average speed of 18.9 mph. It was a good testing ride, and the team team worked well together.

    Cafe stop too - hurrah!

  • Category 5 ride led by John Farnham

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    On the category 2 ride out to Gamlingay, Bedfordshire, we covered 80.2 miles, averaging 18.2 mph with 3400 ft of climbing approximately.  It was a very windy ride, especially going out to Gamlingay, but the team worked well together. We had one puncture at the top of Coombe Road, Therfield. Overall, a good day in the saddle.

  • Category 6 ride led by Danny Hood

  • Category 3 ride led by Barry Page

    Nine riders met at Ware for a rather hot ride to High Easter. We lost one due to a chain gremlin but the rest carried on through Essex on good roads to our watering hole. We then lost another one who had a better offer of a BBQ in Halstead. The last of us rode back in temperatures equal to those in the Vuelta!
    About 65 miles in total.

    Category 5 ride led by John Farnham

  • Category 3 ride led by Tony Howard

  • 14 Aug 19

    Cancelled due to continuous rain.

  • Category 3 ride led by Graham Knight

  • Organising Club: RTTC National 12 hour

    Course: B12/2

    Wheelers' Times

    GarethW 255.3 miles

  • Category 6 ride led by Danny Hood

    I was not expecting that many today because of holidays and the TT. I was therefore surprised as the numbers amassing at the start grew and grew. By the time we'd reached the end of Ware High Street we were numbering fifteen.

  • 04 Aug 19

    A large turnout on a lovely morning.

  • 31 Jul 19

    Four Wheelers and six private entries on what turned out to be a good night.

  • Category 6 ride led by Danny Hood 

  • Category 3 ride led by Graham  Knight

  • 17 Jul 19

    The good conditions prior to the start attracted a lot or riders to this popular course. Alas only 5 were Wheelers, but these included new to racing Will Bowen, who showed the benefits of his week of training in the Derbyshire hills by posting the impressive time of 27.13 for his first ever TT.