Spring and Summer grass track, chaingangs, TTs, road racing, youth coaching and more! /// CCA Spring Grass Track Racing, Sat 11 May 2019 for Seniors, Youths and Kids /// Well done CCA Primavera Road Races organiser and helpers
Will has contacted me asking about the cost of the hall hire for the weekly 10's with a view to subbing it so that the cost to CCA members for the night will be £0.00 which I think is a great way to get more members/participation.
Can you let me know
StuartApril 24 Comment
Might not be a bad call on the flat one Tim. Looking at the weather, it's more of a post ride beer garden kind of day....!
Have you been in touch with Phil regarding any route ?
Let me know what time you want to start, and if you want to leave from Ashwell or Letchworth, then I'll add it to the post.
Bert - you mentioned on the forum you have ordered & paid for 2 pairs of socks.
I have the socks, but l know nothing of this order or payment. They are also only in white.
Let me know what you would like & we can get it sorted.
April 8 Comment
I did do the poll & I have paid for the shirt, so who got my shirt?
Mike DandyApril 5 Comment
Hi Dan, I’ll be riding Sunday so can pick up the jersey if you can leave it out somewhere for me? Cheers.March 30 Comment
Hi Dan. If it's ok could I collect my shirt from the porch outside when convenient. Thanks KeithMarch 27 Comment
Steve Miles here, I've paid for my shirt. When will it be convenient to come over and collect it?Thanks.March 26 Comment
Hi Dan, would it be possible to collect one of the new endura s/s jersey on my way home from work this evening please?March 21 Comment
What do you say to this one being the CCA tdf 2019 ride ?
This is the only Friday that there riding in the mountains, with the two previous
being a TT and a Flat stage.
Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne > Tignes
26/07/2019 - 123 km - Mountain
C. PRUDHOMME'S COMMENT
The journey through the Alps continues with a dynamic stage that will take the riders to the summit of the 2019 Tour at the Col de l’Iseran (2 770m) that will only be reached for the eighth time in the history of the Tour. It is precisely when going up towards the highest road pass in Europe that Louison Bobet had bid farewell to the Tour in 1959 but also where Claudio Chiappucci took off before winning in Sestrières in 1992.
PaulMarch 19 Comment