• We’re back at the Yedingham triangle at Snainton on Wednesday evening for another 10-mile TT. Please note that the start time and sign on time have changed to 6.45pm and 6.30pm respectively, in order to accommodate the footy. (Not my decision – I was looking forward to riding on car-free roads!)

    £3 to ride. All club members welcome. This is an…[Read more]

  • A nice evening for TTing last night: warm, with only a light SE wind to contend with. Probably not much in it, time-wise, from when we were last here. So hats off to everyone who got a PB – particularly Paul Griffiths, who knocked about 3 minutes off his best, and Mark Williams, who shaved more than 2 minutes from his PB. Dave Bower and me both…[Read more]

  • We’re in the process of having a new website built. That will have a forum, like this one. We’ll be migrating forum posts from the old site to the new site so they don’t just disappear. There will be a period where you won’t be able to put new posts on the forum. Hopefully the other one will be up and running soon after (or even immediately) but…[Read more]

  • We’re at Irton again on Wednesday for a 25-mile TT – out to the Snainton for a couple of laps of the Yedingham triangle, then back to Irton. Meet at the lay-by in Irton before 7pm to sign on (£3). All club members welcome. Remember to keep your head up and be vigilant, especially riding through Ayton.

    More details about the event below.
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  • We didn’t have a huge field at Hunmanby on Thursday night, but what a cracking evening’s racing! Good, fast, dry track, with enough twists and turns to keep us on our toes (thanks, Simon), and most importantly a good atmosphere.

    I never really saw the leading pack, who set off like rockets. But I had a good race with Simon Walker. I’d put the…[Read more]

  • A breezy night again for the 5-miler around the Scalby triangle, but the wind was in the right direction – from the north, providing a push up the hill out of Burniston.

    In the junior competition, Ed Burnley was first, with Adam Scott second, and Ozzy Stringer third. I think on the overall, it’s Ed Burnley, followed by Elliot Burnley, followed by…[Read more]

  • Don’t forget tonight’s mountain bike XC race for all abilities at Hunmanby Hall. Sign on 6.15 for 6.45 start. £8 each. Suitable for ages 12+ on any off-road capable bike. Not just for racing snakes. Prizes, refreshments, great atmosphere.

  • Don’t forget tonight’s mountain bike XC race for all abilities at Hunmanby Hall tonight. Sign on 6.15 for 6.45 start. £8 each. Suitable for ages 12+ on any off-road capable bike. Not just for racing snakes. Prizes, refreshments, great atmosphere.

  • It’s the fourth of five five-mile TTs around the ‘Scalby triangle’ on Friday evening. Sign on by 6.45pm at the latest at Scarborough Rugby Club for a 7pm start. While anyone can ride this event (it’s a Come and Try It event, so you don’t even need to be a member of a club), it’s specifically aimed at junior riders and women. There will be contests…[Read more]

  • Another nice sunny evening out at Snainton for racing. An easterly breeze gave us a flying start but a brutal finish, making it a decent but not exceptional night overall.

    Of the RCC riders, Paul Lane knocked well over a minute off his previous ride on this course, earning maximum points on handicap despite Daves Schubert and Bower both getting…[Read more]

  • We’re back at the Yedingham triangle at Snainton on Wednesday evening for another 10-mile TT. Sign on before 7pm for a 7.15pm start. £3 to ride. All club members welcome. This is an RCC handicap event, so there are points up for grabs for anyone who can improve their time here. It’s also an interclub event, so please arrive in plenty of time to…[Read more]

  • To echo Bryden’s post: here’s a reminder about the XC we’re running next Thursday, 28th June – a short cross-country race around the grounds of Hunmanby Hall Golf and Leisure (http://www.hunmanbyhall-leisure.co.uk/golf/). Sign on 18.15 for 18.45 start. It’s more like a cyclocross race in that it’s as many laps (of 1.2 miles) as you can do in hal…[Read more]

  • It was a breezy day yesterday but the wind dropped away for the evening 25-mile TT from Irton. What little there was was in the NE, making it easier out and harder back – especially up the drag from Snainton to Brompton. It was a bit cool but otherwise a good night, and there were some quick times, with four riders going under the hour and every R…[Read more]

  • It was a breezy day yesterday but the wind dropped away for the evening 25-mile TT from Irton. What little there was was in the NE, making it easier out and harder back – especially up the drag from Snainton to Brompton. It was a bit cool but otherwise a good night, and there were some quick times, with four riders going under the hour and every R…[Read more]

  • We’re at Irton on Wednesday for another 25-mile TT – out to the Snainton for a couple of laps of the Yedingham triangle, then back to Irton. (I’m hoping to get round without falling off this time…) Meet at the lay-by in Irton before 7pm to sign on (£3). All club members welcome. Remember to keep your head up and be vigilant, especially riding…[Read more]

  • Breezy but not too chilly for the third of the 5-mile TTs at Scalby. In the junior points competition, I believe Ed Burnley is now in first place, with brother Elliot Burnley second, and Andrew Prole third.

    Only one rider in the women beginners’ handicap, so Helen Prole earns the maximum 5pts. With two events left, this competition can only…[Read more]

  • It’s the third of five five-mile TTs around the ‘Scalby triangle’ on Friday evening. Sign on by 6.45pm at the latest at Scarborough Rugby Club for a 7pm start. While anyone can ride this event (it’s a Come and Try It event, so you don’t even need to be a member of a club), it’s specifically aimed at junior riders and women. There will be contests…[Read more]

  • Finally: a nice warm night with very little wind. The Malton course had been roughly surface-dressed with chippings for about a mile, and it was rough enough to see your speed ticking down while you were on it, but otherwise the conditions were great. It was slightly quicker back from the turn.

    There were PBs all over the place. I’ve listed only…[Read more]

  • Finally: a nice warm night with very little wind. The Malton course had been roughly surface-dressed with chippings for about a mile, and it was rough enough to see your speed ticking down while you were on it, but otherwise the conditions were great. It was slightly quicker back from the turn.

    There were PBs all over the place. I’ve listed only…[Read more]

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