EYCTC Spring Challenge Rides Results & Photos
Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
Thirty people turned up for the ride on not a very pleasant day, there was a fairly strong wind with the occasional rain shower, a couple of riders came back soaked but most seem to have missed the worst of the rain. The 80 mile ride went into an area not much frequented by some […]
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Lockington on a Recent Spring Ride
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
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A wet, cold, and windy Sunday ride
Sunday, March 5th, 2017
A Few pictures from recent club rides.
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Share your 2016 total cycling milage
Wednesday, January 4th, 2017
Members are invited to submit their 'best guess' total cycling milage for the last year by the 23rd February. The results will be tabulated and shared at the Annual Dinner and Presentation on the 3rd March 2017.
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Mince Pie Run
Sunday, December 18th, 2016
Thanks to Jacques, Lyn, Terry, Julie And Chris for catering for our Breakfast and Lunch needs on a bright cool day. Terry suggested that a collection be made for York Rally and £46 was raised.
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A Cycle trip to Central Oregon
Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
Carpe Humulum in Cascadia Do you want to join us in Oregon cycling around the hop farms and micro breweries? A question from my cycling mate in Scotland, to which there was only one answer. Two previous tours with Mick have involved distilleries so it would have been rude to turn down the opportunity to visit […]
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Sunday Ride Report 3rd July 2016 – Dalby from Sledmere
Monday, July 4th, 2016
Today’s outing was motor assisted with the start from Sledmere, nine of us set off for Dalby Forest under John’s leadership. New rider Sokhun was introduced to the group by Keith, who neglected to warn us she was an ace hill climber.
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