East Yorkshire CTC

Dawes Galaxy Twin Tandem 19"/15" for sale

November 26th, 2015

Dawes Galaxy Twin Tandem 19"/15" (2008)

Dawes Galaxy twin tandem for sale

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Helton Car Roof Tandem Carrier for sale

November 26th, 2015


Helton Car Roof Tandem Carrier

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The 'Keep It Growing' Movember Ride (2015)

November 4th, 2015

Adam Hardy of Sports Lab is once again organising "A Cycle Sportive with a furry lip" to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as depression in men, prostate cancer and other male cancers.

Take your pick of the “Tuftie” at 50km or the “Handlebar” at 90km.

Both rides start at Ellerker Village Hall on Sunday 22nd November at 10.00am (Registration from 9am).

Enter online via British Cycling or visit Sports Lab for further details.

The route of the 90km 'Keep It Growing' Movember Ride

Annual General Meeting – Tuesday 17th November 2015

November 4th, 2015

Our Annual General Meeting will be on Tuesday 17th November 2015 at Hull Sports Centre.

Please arrive for 7.45pm. We hope to start promptly at 8 pm in a newly refurbished room.

If you have any items you would like to see on the Agenda, or would like to volunteer for any jobs, please let me (or any Committee member) know before our next Committee Meeting which will be 3rd November. I intend to publish the Agenda immediately after our Committee meeting.

Please try to attend as this is your chance to have your say on how the club is being or should be run.

Dudley Moore – Secretary

Scion Touch System Panniers for sale

October 30th, 2015

Dudley Moore pannier 1

Scion Touch System panniers £15.

Reasonable condition, 35cm high, 30 cm wide.

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Two Countries One Ride

October 30th, 2015

Just a few words about the East Yorkshire CTC Trip to Belgium on 12th October 2015…

Belgium 2015 - Caution rode on mud

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Hills: the Longest, Steepest and Highest

October 29th, 2015

With our man Roger currently putting together a North York Moors follow-up to his excellent Hill Climbs on the Yorkshire Wolds, we visit the archives of the Woldsman magazine for Roger's observations on the longest, steepest and highest climbs in the north of England. This article was originally published more than a decade ago.

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