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Steve Ferry and Mike Fenwick LEJOG June/July 2015 part 1

Steve Ferry and Mike Fenwick LEJOG June/July 2015 part 1

The picture is Mike Fenwick's 'trusty FELT' ridden for his speedy LEJOG
Mike Fenwick’s report
“Steve Ferry and myself finished our LEJOG ride on Saturday and then cycled 120 miles to Inverness on Sunday to catch the sleeper train to London.

Sportive and Audax for week ending 28th June 2015

The HotChillee LONDON-PARIS is known as the "professional event for amateurs". It is a tough, 3 stage endurance road event with full support and rolling road closures.

Club TT result, 30 June 2015, Aldermaston H10/1

Club TT result, 30 June 2015, Aldermaston H10/1
Everyone getting to Aldermaston from Reading this evening noticed the traffic accident with police in attendance at the Spring Inn. The consequence for us was that I decided to shorten the event to 10 miles. Little dissent on that on such a sweltering evening, 29C at the start. Was it a fast evening? Greg and Jim clearly thought so and PBs were scattered through the field, for example Rob Thompson and Dan Harryman squeaking under 25 minutes. For myself a very fast outward leg was followed by a draggy hot return on which I could feel myself fading as Greg powered smoothly past. We have one more visit to the H25/1 which is on the 14th July and that event is now nominated as the club 25 championship. On the way home this evening the police were still beside the damaged vehicle.

Clubrun reports, June 28 2015

Most of us were caught out by the weather on Sunday not quite matching the forecast. Luca, being in the weather industry had the sense to check on the morning and so turned up on his winter bike. Dave Ridge also came suitably equipped. The rest of us, not so much.

Club TT result, 23 June 2015. "Old School" championship at Maidenhead Thicket

My thanks to Pete Ganderton, Graham Patterson, Dave Gaida and Greg Woodford for running last evening’s event. Your Old School champion for 2015 is Hadyn Rhys Jones with a mighty impressive 22:26.