Club Run Reports

Displaying 21 - 40 of 461
  • Category 6 ride led by Danny Hood

  • Category 3 ride led by Tony Howard

  • Category 2 ride led by Kevin O’Shea

  • Category 3 ride led by Tony Howard

    Ten Wheelers turned up at Allenbury’s Ware to be blown swiftly to Dores Kitchen, High Roding. The route was designed to take advantage of the forecasted 18 mph west south west breeze (I would have called it a wind), via Roydon, Nazeing, a bit of Harlow and on through the Lavers (Magdalen, High and Little) heading for High Roding and Dores Kitchen. We were greeted by more parked bikes than you can buy from Wiggle! Apparently Dores Kitchen is by appointment only on a Sunday! 

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    The ride went out Essex way and finished in Herts, covering 60.5 miles, at an average of 17.9 mph, climbing 2375 ft. Five members enjoyed the ride, with great banter, great company, oh, and no cafe stop! Overall a good ride out.
     

  • Category 6 ride led by Tony Dos Santos

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    Three members rode 62.5 miles, averaging 17.2 mph, and climbing 2700 feet. The team rode in sub zero conditions including freezing fog and there was plenty of ice around, but overall rode really well. No major problems, so thanks to the category 2 team for a really enjoyable ride.

  • Category 6 ride led by Mike East

    Enjoy a hearty breakfast, put the Archers omnibus on the radio, get out your biggest bowls and you are ready for Stir Up Sunday. A few hours later you have embryonic Christmas pud or cake or both. You can then settle down for an early viewing of It’s A Wonderful Life. Festive season started. Or you can get your bike togs on and log a few miles on a dank November day.

  • Category 3 ride led by Tony Howard

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    The ride went out to Jordan’s Mill, Langford. The team all enjoyed the ride and the route, covering 67 miles, 
    approximately 3000 ft of climbing at an average speed 17.5 mph. 

    The team comprised 6 regulars, a returner and a guest. There were no mechanicals on a great ride.

    Category 6 ride led by Mike East

  • Category 3 ride led by Tony Howard

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    One rider crashed en route to Danish Camp and the ride was curtailed. There was also a puncture and a mechanical.

    The other five riders accompanied the injured member back to base after some medical attention. 42.6 miles covered at an average mph of 17.

    The injured rider is expected to recover in full, and thanks his colleagues for their help and support.
     

  • Category 2 ride led by Nathan Brede

    Category 2 rode out into Essex, then finished in Hertfordshire. Good testing route and road surfaces.

    Five riders covered 65.2 miles, averaging 17.8 mph with 3100 ft of climbing .

    The team rode well together and generated great banter on a cold day, windy day. Overall everyone enjoyed the ride.

    Category 5 ride led by John Farnham

  • Category 5 & 6 ride led by Danny Hood

  • Category 6 ride not led by Danny Hood

  • Category 3 ride led by Paul Henderson 

  • Category 6 ride led by Danny Hood 

  • Category 2 ride led by Lib Rocco