We require volunteers to marshal at the upcoming open 10 mile TT that the club is running on Saturday 22nd March at Cwmcarn. Please view the attached list and email Liz Webb if you are available to assist.Read More
The inaugural ladies ride will go ahead on Saturday 22nd February, 0930, starting Maindy Leisure Centre and will be led by Lisa Chichester.
Ever wondered what it’s like to ride in a group? Looking for a genuinely steady group of girls to ride with?
If so, this is the ride for you. An experienced female rider will lead you over a route covering a maximum distance of 30 miles. We’ll ride, chat, laugh, help you improve your cycling skills…and stop for coffee and cake!…
> a roadworthy bike (it doesn’t need to be a road bike);
> a helmet;
> a spare inner tube, or two, in case of punctures;
> a drink and a snack, and
> to dress for the weather.
All abilities welcome – we will ride at the pace of the slowest rider. No one will get left behind.
Any questions, please contact Liz Webb or Nia James.Read More
Just to update on this – Nia James and Liz Webb have decided that as the forecast for tomorrow is looking worse, with warnings for wind and rain, that for safety reasons the ride not take place, but will be postponed until next Saturday (22nd Feb). As before – all would be welcome to join the ride next Saturday (and lets hope for better weather!)Read More
The track is booked for the following session
Sunday 2 March 10am – 12pm noon
Sessions will cost £ 12.50
Ajax Track bikes can be hired through the normal channels or you can hire track bikes at the Newport Velodrome.Read More
All club kit (including ordered kit) is now back at Muddybum Bikes. Please pop in there to purchase/pick up kit. Don’t forget it’s cash or cheque only in payment and that you’ll need to show your membership card.Read More
This Sunday sees the last of the reliability rides(the 100). The forecast for Sunday looks drier but cold. As usual with all club rides, please make sure you have plenty of drinks, food, spares and appropriate clothing.
Whilst this route is not the toughest, 100 miles is a long way so please make sure both yourself and your bike are capable of completing the distance!!!!Read More