• Dan Joyce started the topic TT#11 results – Snainton 10 in the forum Forum 2 weeks ago

    Dark skies all around us, especially over Scarborough way, but out at Snainton those who elected to ride the TT largely missed it. A few spits and spots. The wind was all over the place, dropping before the TT, then picking up fiercely towards the end. It made for some cracking times, with PBs all over the place.

    I’m off to watch the election c…[Read more]

  • Dan Joyce started the topic TT#11 results – Snainton 10 in the forum Forum 2 weeks ago

    Dark skies all around us, especially over Scarborough way, but out at Snainton those who elected to ride the TT largely missed it. A few spits and spots. The wind was all over the place, dropping before the TT, then picking up fiercely towards the end. It made for some cracking times, with PBs all over the place.

    I’m off to watch the election c…[Read more]

  • Cheers, Paul. With four volunteers now, there’s enough to run this now. Although any more help on the night will still be appreciated as it means we can have marshals on more junctions.

    Forecast is currently sunshine and (heavy) showers, so cross your fingers for good conditions.

  • Can you spare an hour or so to help your club this Thursday? We need marshals for the time trial at Snainton. You’d be needed from approx 7pm to about 8.15pm, meeting at the gated lay-by near the Coachman Inn on the Yedingham road. If you have eyes, arms, and are happy to wear a yellow tabard, you are qualified to help – it’s dead easy. We’re…[Read more]

  • Results from the 17-mile hilly TT through Troutsdale on Sunday. Thanks to Paragon for hosting this one. Next event is the 10-miler at Snainton on Thursday (which – ahem! – still needs marshals).
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  • Was sorry to miss this one. Realise that although I’ve put the results on FB, I forgot to put them here. Please note that lap times are only approximate, as they’re based on the leader going through at exactly 60 minutes, which is never the case.
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  • Matt Purnell has kindly totted up all the points so far for the interclub competition. RCC is currently joint second with Brid.

    I had copied Matt’s post but the formatting didn’t work on this site. Don’t have time to fix it right now, so here’s a link instead.

  • Matt Purnell has kindly totted up all the points so far for the interclub competition. RCC is currently joint second with Brid.

    (I’ve copied and pasted Matt’s post. *Hopefully* the formatting will remain…)

    Club Points after 2 races
    Club Race 1 Race 2 Total
    SPCC 5 5 10
    BCC 3 4 7
    RCC 4 3 7
    MW 2 0 2
    YCC 1 2 3

    Rider Points after 2…[Read more]

  • What a difference a few weeks makes. Last time we visited the Burton Fleming course it was really cold, with a stiff easterly blowing. This time it was warm and sunny, with an equally strong westerly – a much better wind direction for this course. It was a shock to get to the top of Bartindale, then turn into the wind and go barely any quicker,…[Read more]

  • Note that the sign-on for this event has changed: it’s now by 18:45 at the village hall and NOT 19:15 at the bottom of Bartindale. Got this message today from Brid CC: “Change of plan to tomorrow’s interclub as there’s stone chipping due through the village the finish may have to be adjusted to suit. Sign on village hall for 6:45 sorry for the confusion”

  • Upcoming TTs

    Please note that this week’s TT is on a TUESDAY because it’s an interclub event hosted by Bridlington CC on the Burton Fleming course. They usually do sign on at the bottom of Bartindale hill where the start is but you should still be able to park at the village hall carpark if need be. As this is an interclub event, it would be gre…[Read more]

  • Dan Joyce started the topic TT#7 results in the forum Forum 1 month ago

    Rain threatened over at Pickering for the first of the Interclub TTs but apart from raining on me as I cycled out from Malton, then a few spits and spots during the event, it stayed dry. With a light wind from the SE (I think), racing conditions were pretty good – slightly harder out than back – and there were some cracking times.

    Among…[Read more]

  • Cheers, Paul. Can I put you on standby for this one (i.e. bring your bike, but be ready to help instead if need be)?

    I’ve got four offers of help for this:

    Paul Marr
    Mark Williams
    Ian Leaver
    Simon Walker (probably)

    It’s not uncommon to get offers of help on the night, which can mean we end up with more volunteers than we need, but as you say,…[Read more]

  • Cheers, Ian. Will let you know.

  • Can you (yes, YOU) help out at the club time trial on Thursday for an hour or so? We’ve got an interclub event near Pickering and volunteers are needed:

    – to time the riders with a stopwatch as they finish (this job is covered)
    – to assist the timekeeper by calling out the riders’ numbers to the timekeeper at the finish
    – to hold riders’ bikes…[Read more]

  • When will it ever stop being cold and windy? At least it was dry, but the stiff easterly breeze made it a tough finish from the final turn. It’s exactly the worst wind direction for this course.

    It was good to see two of our junior mountain bikers having a go: Megan Simpson, who has done a few now, and Jo Prole, doing his first. Megan was c…[Read more]

  • We’ve got a 10-mile TT on the Burton Fleming course tomorrow evening – or tonight if you’re reading this on Thursday. (I’ll attach a map below.) We meet at Burton Fleming Village Hall car park but won’t have access to the hall itself. Sign on there by 7pm at latest. All club members aged 12+ welcome, £3 to ride.
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  • Dan Joyce replied to the topic Tuesday 9th May in the forum Forum 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Evening mountain bike ride.

    Meet Nag’s Head, ready to ride 6:15pm. We’ll be noodling around Broxa.

    One group, medium pace. No one left behind but not suitable for novices.

  • The cold, windy weather continued on Thursday evening, making it a challenging visit to the revised Malton/Pickering course. There was a strong wind blowing from the NE, so it was a real slog getting back from the turn – the new roundabout by Eden Camp. Times were broadly comparable to last week’s, when it was also breezy, on the usually slower S…[Read more]

  • The cold, windy weather continued on Thursday evening, making it a challenging visit to the revised Malton/Pickering course. There was a strong wind blowing from the NE, so it was a real slog getting back from the turn – the new roundabout by Eden Camp. Times were broadly comparable to last week’s, when it was also breezy, on the usually slower S…[Read more]

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