Happy New Year to all members, to keep you up to date with the many events that are coming up in the early part of the year please read on:
Club Dinner Saturday 23rd February.
Attached to this letter is the poster for the annual prize presentation and dinner. Please make every effort to come along and enjoy an evening and meal with your fellow club members. Anyone welcome this is not limited to club members and their guests. To book a place please email John McCarthy on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hardrider’s Time Trial – Saturday 23rd February 2pm.
The opening event of the club time trial championships is the Hardriders time trial over a course of 20 miles starting near Folksworth. No need to pre-enter just turn up on the day. There are two trophies up for grabs at this event, for the winner on scratch and also the fastest on handicap time, as well as valuable points towards the season long club championships. For further info please contact Dave Yarham on email@example.com
Rutland Cycling – Wahoo Hill Climb Challenge night. Wednesday February 27th 7pm.
Please see attached info, should be a fun night with the latest high tech trainer from Wahoo that will even angle you up a hill too. Prizes and refreshments on the night too. See attached flyer.
Reliability Ride – Sunday 10th March 9am.
Back again after last year’s successful event with close to 100 riders, the event will have two routes, 47 miles and 74 miles, starting from Rutland Cycling store in Peterborough. Riders will receive a map and GPX files will be available for download fro gpsies.com. Free refreshments at the end of the ride. See attached poster.
NCRA Road Race – Saturday 23rd March 2pm.
Once again we are promoting a handicap road race on the Southwick circuit over near Oundle. For us to put this race on we need the help of members to marshal, drive cars, first aid, man the kitchen and signing on desks etc. There are around 20 helpers needed on the day. If you can help then please contact Ian Wild on firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Race Riders
Anyone who is planning on riding open events this year please get in touch with Ian Wild for road racing on email@example.com or Paul Pardoe for time trials on firstname.lastname@example.org. We can offer some assistance with kit and other deals through Rutland for riders that are representing the club in open races.
Club Subs are overdue!
For 2019 the fee has remained the same at an amazing value £20 for seniors, £XX for juniors and £XX for family membership. For those wishing to ride the club evening time trials an additional £25 will cover these for the whole year, or alternatively it is £5 per event payable on the night. You must have renewed your club subs before you compete in any club or open events.
Club subs to be paid into the club bank account:
Peterborough Cycling Club
Sort code: 12-34-56 Account No: 12345678 Reference: Subs Your Name*.
Rutland Cycling discount details.
After a full year of having the extra discounts from the Rutland Cycling Store in Peterborough, we are continuing with it this year, this is available to all ‘active’ first claim members of the club. Active just means that you participate in club activities or have done in the recent past; this just protects Rutland and the club from people joining the club for £20 to save potentially hundreds off a new bike or parts and then never do anything with the club. The discount scheme is as below:
- 20% on clothing, accessories , parts and servicing
- 15% on Bikes and Frames
- 10% on Full Body Geometry Fitting to the riders racing in open events.
The discounts will only be honoured on the members own personal purchases and to those the club can verify are active within the club and up to date with their club subscriptions. Rutland will hold a list. But if you have any problems then contact Ian Wild on email@example.com or Bruce Brainbridge on firstname.lastname@example.org
All discounts only apply to full priced items not sale items, or the greater discount at the time would apply if deemed better.
Purchases for family and friends, 10% discount as long as the member declares this and is present or makes the purchase themselves.
LVRC road race – Sunday 19th May 9.30am.
To be held at Southwick on Sunday May 19th, organised by Ian Wild and once again helpers will be needed. More details to follow nearer the time.
N&DCA time trial – Saturday 8th June.
Dave Yarham is organising the club’s round of the Northampton & District Cycling Association time trial series, which the club has been extremely successful in the last two years winning the overall team event and some individual championships and event wins. Dave will be looking for helpers nearer the time.
The club committee meet every month to discuss club matters and make improvements to the club. The meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 8pm at the Scout hall on Mountsteven Avenue, Peterborough. If any member wants to come along they are welcome to, or if they have suggestions or matters they want to be discussed then send them in to the club Secretary Bruce Bainbridge on email@example.com
There are currently a few regular rides running each weekend during the winter:
Saturday 7:30am – Early Bird’s ride – a rather brisk training ride leaving Oundle road near the Orton Hall hotel for around 50-70 miles with no stopping. For more info contact Paul Pardoe on firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 9:00am – Rutland ride, a 40-50 mile steady ride with a coffee and cake stop halfway round. Meet at Rutland Cycling store, Ham Lane, Peterborough. Free parking in the car park, you need to go into the shop and put your parking ticket in their machine. For more details contact Manjit Manak on email@example.com
Sunday 9:00am – meeting at Cathedral Square in Peterborough there are two rides, a leisurely intro ride for new riders run by Chris Monk, distance and speed to suit the riders attending. For more info contact Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also a quicker 40-50 mile ride in conjunction with some Rapha Club riders who will be found in Neros drinking coffee until 8:59am. For more info contact Paul Pardoe on email@example.com
As you can see from the list above the club is extremely active in promoting events. These all need a great deal of work put in by the individual organisers, but also they rely on the help of club members. It is an expectation that every club member helps out with at least one open promotion per year.