Annual Prize Presentation and Skittles Night
Saturday 23rd March 2019 7pm for 7.30pm.
at The Soar Bridge Inn, 29 Bridge Street, Barrow upon Soar, Leics LE12 8PN
The cost of the evening will be £7-50 including food.
Early booking is essential (with last date for booking, if places left, 14th March 2019)
- (a) Beef or veg lasagne with garlic bread
- (b) Faggots and mash with onion gravy
- (c) Chicken breast and chips
Bookings with payment and choice of meal ASAP to John Allen, 223, Main Street, Stanton under Bardon, LE67 9TQ.
Cheques payable to “Leicestershire and Rutland Cyclists' Touring Club”
Tel. (01530) 243384 or Email: email@example.com
Charnwood in the Spring Audax
Approx 104 km / 65 miles
(organised by Notts. Cyclists' Touring Club)
Saturday 13th April 2019 Start from 08:30 to 09:15
Min speed 11.5 kmph / max speed 30 kmph
Start from St Helens church at Trowell
Cost is £6 (surcharge £2 for late entries)
Enter at http://www.aukweb.net/events/detail/19-812/
Back to the Fuchsia challenge rides
Rides for all tastes, all starting and finishing at Thornton Nurseries, The Fuchsia Centre (tea, coffee, soup etc). Entry fee £3
Sunday 28th April 2019
Start 9am onwards
Map reference SK 470074
Click here for map.
Click on the links below for map and route details for each leg plus GPX files if you have GPS.
As in previous years those cycling to and from the event in addition to riding one or more legs have their total cycling mileage for the day on their certificate.
You can download an entry form and a parental consent form (for those 17 years of age or under).
Please try and complete the entry form and bring to the start - it saves waiting!!
Further details from John Allen (01530) 243384.
Meriden Memorial Ceremony
Sunday 19th May 2019
Meriden, between Coventry and Birmingham, is the proclaimed Centre of England where a national War Memorial dedicated to cyclists was erected on the village green in 1921. The 97th Cyclists' Memorial and Celebration of Cycling Service will take place at 11am around the Cyclists' Memorial on the Meriden village green.
East Midlands Cyclists' Touring Club Regional Rally – Beaumanor Hall
24th – 27th May 2019
CTC members are invited to camp again in the beautiful
grounds of Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse near Loughborough.
There are excellent facilities and a variety of led rides will be available.
Click here for Information sheet, programme and booking form.
For further information contact Ian Alexander 01332 752384 or preferably email:firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read more about the Beaumanor Rally here.
New Forest Cycling Week
12pm Friday 26th July to 10 am Saturday 3rd August 2019
The New Forest Cycling Week was founded in 1975 and for 35 years was based at the Forestry Commission Roundhill campsite near Brockenhurst. In 2010 the New Forest Cycling Week moved to the UK Youth Activity Centre at Avon Tyrrell Manor near Burley.
The Rally attracts approximately 200 attendees each year. It is an informal rally for cycle campers, free from pressure and over-organisation, yet offering activity for all those who wish to join in. It's a rally for cycling families, small groups and individuals whether new to camping or, indeed, more experienced and age is immaterial! There is plenty to see or explore in this unique area. The many minor roads and tracks make enjoyable and safe riding for families and younger riders and there is normally something taking place every day. Various on site activities take place during the evening. Other activities during the week include children’s time trial, swimming, Bar-B-Q and on Wednesday use of the Avon Tyrrell adventure facilities for children using their instructors.
Further details at http://newforestrallycc.org.uk/
Leicestershire and Rutland Cyclists' Touring Club AGM and Photographic Competition
Saturday 9th November 2019
AGM at The Soar Bridge Inn, Barrow upon Soar LE12 8PN.
For further details contact the Hon. Secretary, Ray Clay
Tel. 01509 261068
Any Notice of Motion should be submitted in writing to the Hon. Sec. at least two weeks prior to the meeting.
Photo Theme = An Unusual Building in Leicestershire
Photo by Jim Gerard