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Going back to H10/2 A4 for the 30th May and onwards.

On the 30th May we will back to the A4 for our Thursday evening 10tt starting at 19.45.

I've spoken with the works management team and they were very clear that the lights must be gone by 16.30 every evening.

If you are driving out to our TT (Drift Road H10/10) on the 23rd May, please avoid parking on the grass verges in Winkfield Lane.  Last week we had a couple of complaints from residents who cut the verges outside their properties.

Thanks

Andrew Payne

Club 10 Mile Time Trial - 23 May 2019

Event type: 
Club
Distance: 
10 Mile Time Trial
Course: 
H10/10
Weather: 
18 deg C, 7mph WSW, Humidity 50%, Pressure 1015 rising
Winner: 
Nick English
Winning Time: 
21.15

 

A social ride in memory of David Booth

A few weeks ago I got some of the saddest news I have ever received. David Booth - who rode with us for many years,  who I rode with midweek every week for quite some time, and who a few of us had been to Sweden with a couple of times to do the Vätternrudern, had taken his own life.  He had been struggling for much of his life with mental health issues and we never knew.   It shook me, as well as shaking many of us who had ridden with him and counted him as a friend.

Club 10 Mile Time Trial - 16 May 2019

Event type: 
Club
Distance: 
10 Mile Time Trial
Course: 
H10/10
Weather: 
12 Deg C, 7mph ENE, 1015mb falling, 56% Humidity
Winner: 
Ruoert Graham
Winning Time: 
20.32

Place

David Booth social ride - this Sunday 19th May

This Sunday we are holding a more social ride of 26 miles that will leave Braywick car park at 9:00am.

The ride will celebrate the life of David Booth who last rode with us on this route one year ago.  With this week being Mental Health Awareness Week, it also gives us an opportunity to chat with each other rather than race up and down the Chilterns like we usually do on a Sunday.  Details have been emailed to all members.  Anyone is welcome to join us, including friends and family, whether you knew David or not. 

Jenna tells us about being a new MDCC member and cycling

 

 

 

Q: When did you start and what made you start cycling

A: I started cycling a couple of years ago purely as a means of commuting. But then I realised I actually quite enjoyed it as I love being outside, pushing myself physically but also it's a great chance to just let my thoughts wander and get some headspace after a busy week!

Q: What sort of riding do you enjoy

Pub Ride Monday 6th May

This Monday is the first of our four Pub rides that we are arranging this year, and there will be 16 and 12 mile route options.

The meeting point is on Holyport Green, with a start time of 19:00. This is a social ride with the expected duration for both groups being an hour.

GPS routes will be emailed out on Sunday, but if you have any questions please contact Mike Woods.

The ride is open to all members and their partners, Hopefully many of you will be able to make it.

2nd May H10/10 Drift Road TT Cancelled

Tomorrow's (Thursday 2nd May) TT on the Drift Road H10/10 course is cancelled.  There are 4-way traffic lights on the roundabout near Birdhills Golf club.

Club 10 Mile Time Trial - 25 April 2019

Event type: 
Club
Distance: 
10 Mile Time Trial
Course: 
H10/10
Weather: 
13 deg C Sunny, 8mph Southerly, 73% Humidity, 1003mb falling
Winner: 
Simon Bowler
Winning Time: 
21.21
Place No Name Club Time
1 6

Meet Hewan - He is all Heart

 

Q: When did you start and what made you start cycling.

A: I got my first two wheeled bike aged six but had the obligatory 3 wheelers before that. I would say that it was my dad who got me into cycling and I still have the Elswick Stag bicycle that he bought for me as a teenager.

Q: We know you have had some heart issues can you tell us what they were.

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