News update, Tuesday night ride and even a job opportunity!

News from the Shires and further afield as well!

France, Scotland and the US of A to name just a few, we get everywhere

Congratulations to Dave Bembridge who is now more than half way through his 1500 mile challenge having drunk himself from JOG to LE raising money for Cancer Research UK!









Not long before him Martin Sisley managed to travel in the opposite direction rumour has it it is tougher that way as it’s all up hill! Again well done!

A small posse headed to the Alps to tackle several ‘hills’ well done particularly to Dave Cusick who clocked up in the region of 14000 metre (yes metres!) of climb in just 6 days of riding.  This was a tremendous experience and highly recommended!  If that wasn’t enough John and Jeremy have travelled over the pond to the USA for a meeting (10 day meeting, whatever!) and pedalled some miles while there!  Im sure many more have been out and about so lets have your stories!

Jim’s unfortunate accident last week is a reminder to us all that

  • the roads are rubbish
  • remain  vigilant
  • keep in control

We wish Jim a speedy recovery and look forward to welcoming him back to the Peleton

Rose and Crown Annual Cycle Event

This will take place on the 17th August 2014 and will offer a variety of 3 routes for cyclists of all abilities.
10 mile cycle: A family friendly route with limited gradients.
25 mile cycle: The perfect route for leisure cyclists. Includes some gradients.
60 mile cycle: For the more experienced or adventurous!
Each ride starts and finishes at the Rose and Crown, and there’ll be a complimentary burger for every participant on their return.
This year we’re raising funds for Cancer research, so please join us to raise as much as possible. Full details of the ride can be found on our just giving page, where you can also register and enter your donation. Just click on this link here

Bikeability Instructors

Many will know that there are a number of qualified Instructors in our midst and work is increasing rapidly.  We are looking for anyone interested in joining us to deliver cycle training, predominantly in schools, on a self employed casual basis.  Training is available with some funding possible.  This is ideal term time work for those with some hours to fill and are good working with children.  If you are interested in learning more please contact either Dave Bembridge or Andrew Hetherington

Tuesday Night Ride

As many of us prepare for this weekends Prudential Ride London Surrey 100 a gentle spin out tomorrow will be in order.  Meeting at Pitstone roundabout for a start @1830 this is a 22 mile route



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