Posted On: Fri 15-Nov 2013
By: Luke Peters
Off Road/Cecil Cooke Results

The results for the Off Road Challenges and the Cecil Cooke Memorial Trophy are now live on our site.

21 riders completed one of the 4 Off Road Challenge distances on offer in August and 16 riders took part in the Cecil Cooke Memorial Trophy. Stuart Higham has once again won the trophy and will be organising it again in 2014.
Posted On: Wed 06-Nov 2013
By: Tina Walker
Easy Day Time Rides

Anne Clare the organiser for the North Herts group of the 40 plus has asked me to let you all know that they run gentle rides on Tuesday and Thursday. If you are interested do get in touch with her. Anne Clare (01462 686313)
Posted On: Mon 04-Nov 2013
By: Daniel Mann
Blazing Saddles - October 2013 Update

October is out of the way now and with just under 2 months until the winners of this years Blazing Saddles are announced here is the latest on how the competition is hotting up:

Alan Baxter is still holding onto first place with an amazing 165 points (nearly 1 ride every 2 days). Jim Brown is in second on 148 with Bob Corbett just under the 100 milestone on 97 points.

In the ladies, Lynn Bonnici has broken the 100 milestone and has a tasty 103 points in the competition with both Jackie Cooper and Elaine Walker joint second on 94 points and Alison Mills in fourth on 85.

Lauren Higham is still leading the junior competition with 45 points with a good lead over Sean Browne in second place on 31 points and Kieran Higham is in third place with 26 points and slowly creeping up to Sean.

Head on over to our Blazing Saddles page to check out the full results for October and for a look at the results from previous years.
Posted On: Mon 28-Oct 2013
By: Luke Peters
Emitremmus Certificates

If any riders would like a certificate for the completion of their Emitremmus ride yesterday, please e-mail jim@stevenagectc.org.uk to show your interest, and then get an A4 SAE with postage for a large letter.
Posted On: Sun 27-Oct 2013
By: Luke Peters
Emitremmus is done for another year

British Summer Time ended this morning, so that meant it was time for hundreds of cyclists to descend on Stevenage for the start of the Emitremmus events.

Over 300 cyclists started, and provisionally completed, either the 101KM Emitremmus Desrever, or 67KM Emitremmus Lite, despite the dismal weather forecast.

Many people reported a strong headwind home but otherwise an enjoyable route and even the rain held off for most of the day.

Unfortunately, numbers were down on last year but we look forward to 2014 for a return of, at the least, pleasant weather and another excellent year of cycling for Great Britain.

Thank you as always, to the huge number of volunteers who gave up their time before the event to get everything ready, and of course those who gave up their Sundays at the start, controls and the finish that allowed this event to take place. Finally, to the riders who made the trip to Stevenage (some made a very long trip!), thank you!