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As usual there are three club runs to chose from this week, the routes are:
For a trial period we will be riding M6 - 42 miles - leaving 08:30 at the Market Square, St Neots.
Routes can be found on the club website here.
A weather forecast for Sunday can be found here.
Just to let you know Leon Bradford who has been a member of St Neots CC for many years, who cycles over 200 miles a week and still breaking his TT records at the age of 78 had a bad accident on Thursday. I attach the message from his daughter Tina, who many of you will know.
"I'm the daughter of Leon Bradford, member of your club. Been posted on Strava, but just to let you know he is in Addenbrookes hospital. On Thursday 19/12 at 14.30 out on his bike, a Landrover pulled out in front of him near Croydon on B1042 about 18 miles from St Neots, Shingay cum Wendy area. He has 2 cracked vertebrae in his neck but thankfully no other injuries. He will be in a neck brace for 3 - 4 months. The driver didn't stop long at the scene and did not leave details. Police are appealing for more witnesses. It was a light coloured Land Rover, will have damage to near side, missing a wing mirror cover which police have retrieved. Any information please call police on 101, incident number 267 and ask for Sgt Stephen Andrews. Would be grateful if you could inform those who know my dad about this and spread the word about appealing for witnesses. Appreciate your help with this. Thank you. Tina"
Wishing all members a HAPPY NEW YEAR.... Get well soon Leon.
Sunday 8th December 2019 marked our third annual mountain bike trip to Cannock Chase with the Potton MTB group.
In true mountain bike style we started by meeting at the Premier Inn, Rugby for some carb loading before heading up to Cannock for the ride. Twelve riders made the trip and the conditions were amazing given we were in December. The trails were pretty dry, weather sunny and temperature perfect.Read more ...
SNCC chose the St John's Hospice, Sue Ryder, Moggerhanger as their charity for the Sportive and as a consequence to receive the profits from the Big Night Out (AGM and Awards Night). St John's Hospice were pleased that we chose them and over the course of the year we have built up a good relationship.Read more ...
In a departure from the usual end of season events, our Chairman, Gary Adnitt, decided to mix things up a bit this year, combining the AGM and Awards Night with a number of more casual interludes to deliver a fabulous fun-packed evening, billed as the BIG NIGHT OUT. The event was funded by the Club with all ticket proceeds donated to Sue Ryder St John's Hospice, Moggerhanger, topped up with additional charitable donations throughout the evening.Read more ...
Murphy is 2019 Handicap TT Champion
Simon Murphy took a 14 point lead over Simon Elkington at the start of the last TT of the 2019 season this evening. This has been the most closely contested finish to a TT season for a number of years and before tonight Simon M had posted 7 PBs taking his PB at the start of the season down from 27:43 to 25:12 an improvement of 2:31 over the past 18 weeks.Read more ...
September's ride will be held on Sunday 8th September 2019. Meet in the Market Square at 9am for a ride on route 51 up to Grafham Water via Hail Weston and return leg via Offord.Read more ...