Posted On: Fri 27-Mar 2015
By: Luke Peters
Entries closed

Entries for the Start of Summertime Specials are now closed.

Anyone who has not yet entered may enter on-the-line if there are brevet cards available. Please get there early for the best chance of getting a place.
Posted On: Wed 18-Mar 2015
By: Daniel Mann
Blazing Saddles - Feb 2015

We're into March now and we are starting to see a lot more familiar faces dust off their bikes and join us out on the road for our rides. Here's a quick run down of the Blazing Saddles competition at the end of February!

Dave Hall is still leading the gents competition and overall with 43 points over 32 rides. James Partington is in second place on 37 points and in third is Paul Boielle with 29.

In the ladies, Jill Borcherds is in first with 26 points over 17 rides. Second goes to Lynn Bonnici with 17 points and third place is a tie between Jenny Smith and Christina Meade on 10 points.

Robert Dixon is ahead for the juniors with 8 points, with Sid Homewood 1 point behind on 7 and then Lauren Higham in third on 6 points.

For the full list of riders and points, please check out the February's results below:

February 2015
Posted On: Tue 10-Mar 2015
By: Tina Walker
Are any club ladies available at 2pm on Wednesday 18th?

We are looking for lady cyclists (all ages and shapes!!) for a Women's Tour Press Photocall. Ideally wearing CTC polo's or Hoodies.

If you are available contact Tina for details of where to meet.

Posted On: Sun 08-Mar 2015
By: Tina Walker
Sunday's (15th) ride changed

Sorry folks, unavoidable circumstances force this change. The ride will still go out but different destination and shorter.
Posted On: Fri 06-Mar 2015
By: Tina Walker
Night Rides and Lights – Stevenage and North Herts CTC Policy

The issue of lights was discussed at the last meeting and this is our agreed policy on the matter.

All participants on our evening and night rides must have suitable front and rear lights, so that they can be seen and meet road traffic regulations.
When riding on one of our rides; the lights must be switched to continuous illumination (not flashing). Flashing lights can be dangerous when riding in a group. Flashing lights can trigger a fit in riders with light sensitive epilepsy (we have at least one rider with light sensitive epilepsy). Flashing lights can also temporarily ‘blind’ following riders leading to accidents. (The only exception is the official sweeper who may use a flashing rear light to aid the safety of the whole group.)