Posted On: Sun 07-Dec 2014
By: Daniel MannBlazing Saddles - 2014 Results!
It's the end of the Blazing Saddles for November and for 2014! The final points have been totalled up and we can reveal who the winners are of each category. A big thank you to Alan Baxter for being the registration officer and collecting and collating all the riders for each event.
is our winning gentleman with a whopping 236 points! Second place, Jim Brown finished 30 points behind on 206 and Robert Finney ended up in third with 117.
In the ladies, Jackie Cooper
took the lead in the last month to take home the ladies trophy with 106 points! Lynn Bonnici finished in second with 103 points and Jill Borcherds finished third with 82.
is champion of the junior competition for another year with 41 points! Younger brother Kieran held onto second place and finished the year with 34. Zoe Nuttall ended the year with 30 points putting her in third place.
For the full list of riders and points, please check out the 2014 results below.
A big thank you to Alan Baxter for being the registration officer and collecting and collating all the riders for each ride over the last several years. The baton has now been passed to Jill Borcherds and Loyd Davies who will be managing the Blazing Saddles for the 2014-15 year.
Posted On: Mon 10-Nov 2014
By: Daniel MannChristmas Dinner 2016
This years Christmas Lunch and Blazing Saddles presentation will be held on Sunday 11th of December
. The event will be held at The George IV in Baldock the same as last year.
Those joining us for food and celebrations have a choice of driving to the venue or taking our special led ride from Stevenage Old Town at 10:30am. Aim to arrive before 12:00 in time for a 12:30 start.
Jackie requires all outstanding payments and menu choices before the end of November
so if you've not paid in full yet or would like to come then please get in touch with Jackie using the details in the poster below.
Christmas Dinner 2016 Information and Menu
Posted On: Sat 08-Nov 2014
By: Daniel MannBike Thefts! Be careful.
In the last 2 months there have been several bike thefts in Stevenage with bikes being taken from peoples back gardens and sheds in the early hours of the morning. These criminals seem to be targeting those who have side or back gates and will even go as far as taking the door off a shed to get to the bikes.
We recommend that you keep your bikes locked up securely on your property. If you have a side or back gate make sure they are bolted and padlocked and if you have an outside storeroom or shed, make sure this is locked as well.
If you leave your bike outside, It is recommended that you lock your bike to something that is hard to move and if you have more than one bike outside, lock them together as that will make it harder for them to be stolen.
You can read up more on Cycle Safety and Security by visiting the Herts Police website
The following leaflet
on Cycle Safety also has a section you can print off and fill in details about your bike and attach a picture so in case it is ever stolen you can present the information to the police so they can help to find your bike.