A mere six weeks after the last BMCC newsletter graced your inbox, a new one will be appearing today if it hasn’t already.
In this issue you’ll find the overall results of our evening series of time trials and hill climbs, information about our planned training trip to Spain next year and a link to our new-look kit shop (now open!) and much more besides.
You’ll find an online version of the newsletter over here.
Wahoo! Alex has done a great job researching what we want and then finding it and negotiating a great deal – Chapeau! So here it is and get your deposits in quick.
- 6 Nights in Denia Spain
- 4th-10th March 2018
- half board 3 star hotel
- Guided rides / support car depending on group(s)
- £299 Excl flights and transfers
- £149 deposit due now
- Flight details to be sorted when numbers confirmed
For social riders and racing snakes
Deposit payment link to riderHQ
All the info is here
We’ve put together a simple set of guidelines for those of you who are new to riding in a group – or more experienced riders who want to remind themselves of the rules of the road.
Before you join your first Mitre ride, please make sure you’ve read this first – it won’t take long and it could prevent an accident.
Download the new guidelines here: Group Riding Guidelines 15July17
The first of the summer’s three Mitre 10-mile time trials took place on 1 August at Wineham (course G10/99).
Nine BMCC riders took part:
- Alex McLaren 23.29
- Martin O’Neill 24.29
- Simon Dowling 24.32
- James Danvers 24.37
- Joel Draper 25.19
- Jonny Coate 25.53
- Ed Sowden 27.59
- Tall Paul 28.50
- Robin Johnson 29.30
Overall fastest was Steve Kane, Brighton Excel with a time of 23.13.
Mitre was the second fastest team at the Sussex Cycling Association Open 30-mile time trial on Sunday 30 July, with Don Parker winning his age category.
The BMCC road bike 10 took place on 8 August and featured 11 riders, four of whom were Mitre. Overall fastest was Mike Coyle who finished in 22.30. Martin O’Neill was fourth in 25.13, Joel Draper was sixth in 25.27 and Robin Johnson was an honourable eleventh in 31.34.
The final 10 of the season will take place next Tuesday (15 August) on the Wineham course from 1845.
On 22 and 29 August, the club hill-climbs will take place at Mill Hill (course GH/94).
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In this issue you’ll find results from the summer time trial events, news about a fresh approach to ordering kit and, last but not least, a first-hand report about Mike Coyle’s remarkable success at the LVRC championships.
You can read an online version of the newsletter here.