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Reading CC has been promoting cycling in Berkshire since 1974. With over 200 members, the club is dedicated to giving cyclists the opportunity to race, ride and enjoy life on two wheels. We have something on offer for all sporting riders, with a series of evening time trials throughout the racing season, several social rides every week along with road racing, sportives, audax and cyclo-cross. We welcome new members to participate in all these activities. Please browse the site to learn more about us, and don't hesitate to contact a member of the committee for further information. Click here for how to join.


Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 17 June 2012

Reading Cycling Club press report, week ending 17 June 2012

Woodford grounded by jet plane plus sportive and charity ride news.

Club TT 19/06, HCC001 - Fifield : Club Champs 25

Fourteen riders took on the Fifield circuit for the Club 25 mile TT Championship, a testing circuit with the rolling Drift Road and steady grind up Hawthorn Hill. The darkening skies held off though a slight North Easterly breeze made some parts of the ride more challenging. RCCs Greg Woodford set a fast 59:26 with  Adam Thompson at 01:00:18 and Callum Hughes at 01:00:30.
 
Unfortunately Enrico Bradamante finished with a puncture and Ant Hough retired feeling unwell.

Club TT 12/06, HCC001 Fifield

Six riders took on the testing Fifeld circuit for a hard 25 miles, in preparation for next week's club 25 champs. Although rain threatened the roads stayed dry and some fast times were set, noting that to get near the hour on this circuit is a fast time.

Club Champs 10TT 06/06, HCC241 Fairmile

In weather conditions that almost made us call off the event seven riders (from the original 12 pre-signed) took part in the Club 10 mile championship ride. Earlier heavy rain had eased to drizzle but the roads were still quite wet and slick in places, however some good times were still recorded on the relatively fast Fairmile course. RCC's Adam Thompson set a 22:55, followed by Huw Dymond with 23:40 and Chris Tomsett very closely behind with 23:46.