Posted On: Wed 09-Oct 2013
By: Daniel MannEmitremmus Update
Here is an update on how Emitremmus 2013 is shaping up:
The first 200 or so entries were processed this evening. The postman will be busy now then.
With just over 2 weeks to go until the 27th October we already have over 170 entries for both events. If you still want to enter either the Desrever (101km) or the Lite (67km) event then there is plenty of time, You can either print of an available from our Emitremmus
page and send it through the post or enter online for the Desrever (101km)
or Lite (67km)
All the information including entrants letters, route sheets and parking information can all be found on our Emitremmus
page. All files are up to date so hopefully there will be no confusion with older information being used.
As local cyclists will be aware, there is currently some road works going on along Six Hills Way between Valley Way and Shephall Way and as a result the Fairlands Valley car park near Costello's can only be accessed from the Valley Way side of Six Hills Way. Luckily we have managed to come up with some alternatives on getting to the start which can be found here
In previous years we have uploaded a "Is Your Name Here?" every few days to allow entrants to make sure that they have been fully registered for the events. This year we have created an automated system that shows all this information. Groups and Numbers haven't been assigned yet but will be closer to the date of the event so make sure to check back regularly for updates and let Jim know if you don't see yourself on the list.
Emitremmus 2013 - Is Your Name here?
That's everything for now, We look forward to seeing lots of happy new and familiar faces on the 27th.
Posted On: Fri 04-Oct 2013
By: Daniel MannBlazing Saddles - September 2013 Update
Other than a few rainy days September has been another great month for cycling even those the days have already started to grow shorter.
still holds onto first place in the mens after breaking the 150 points mark this month leaving himself on a tasty 153
points. Jim Brown is still sitting firmly in second on 139 and Bob Corbett has creeped into third place on 85 points, just 1 ahead of Russ Hedger.
In the ladies, the familiar face of Lynn Bonnici
remains in first place on 95 points and Elaine Walker is in second with 86 points. There's a gap of 5 points separating Elaine from Jackie Cooper in third place on 81 and then another 5 point gap between Jackie and Alison Mills in fourth place on 76.
There has been very little change in the juniors championship as our three strong cyclists are still holding their places. Lauren Higham
is still leading and has 37 points with Sean Browne on 30 in second and Kieran Higham with 22 points keeping the distance ahead of any other competitors.
If you want to see the full list of results then head on over to our Blazing Saddles