East Yorkshire CTC

Complimentary Medicine Works

April 18th, 2017

A visit to the new Olive Tree Cafe at Ellerker, coffee had Dudley stamp of approval.

You are looking good at 70 Olive Tree, so are you Dudley at 7*!

Complimentary medicine works.

SOLD – Ted's, Dave Yates Tourer – SOLD

April 17th, 2017

Dave YatesTourer 21 ½. Blue Reynolds 525 fillet brazed frame. 8 speed Shimano 105, Ofmega triple chainset.
Schwalbe 28mm Delta Cruiser tyres on Exe rims. Brooks saddle and cantilever brakes. Clipless pedals. SKS mudguards. All in excellent condition reduced £250 (17/04/17).

Planet and padded cycle bag £20. Contact Ted on 01482 860966.

George Herbert Stancer Rides Pictures

April 10th, 2017

Mel & Rachael ordered a perfect day for the Annual GHS rides over two distances. Both rides passing through Burnby Hall gardens in Pocklington to meet up with Cyclists from all over Yorkshire for refreshments.
Well done you two and the other members who turned out to help out with the organising.


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Ulceby Cafe will open 23 April until September

April 1st, 2017

Sheila reports that the Ulceby tea rooms will start opening on a Sunday again on 23th April until September.

EYCTC Sunday Ride List April – June

March 22nd, 2017

Our Sunday Ride list April – June is available to view on the  'Sunday Rides Callander ' page

EYCTC Spring Challenge Rides Results & Photos

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 riders, beyond Thixendale to Acklam and Buttercrambe. There was a bit of a sting in the tail out of South Cave and up Beverley Rd and this was after some short sharp climbs in the middle of the route. The 50 mile route was very much flatter but riders would have been battling a stiff breeze most of the way out and one that would have come from all directions on the way back. Most riders also tackled either one or two cafes on their way round which is as it should be on a day like it was. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed themselves and stayed for tea, biscuits and a chat in the church hall at the end.

Thanks to you all for your support and safe cycling.

John Duncan
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Beware dog running loose Skidby Cyclepath Dip

March 18th, 2017

Last Sunday the 12th April a loose dog on the dip on the Skidby Beverley Cycle Route caused an accident in which AA fractured his collarbone. Another factor was the mud in the centre of the road which caused skidding and both riders who went down to be covered in mud.
The same dog at the same place caused another accident on the 16th April, which left M on Crutches but without fractures. Police, Dog Warden and Council informed.
The 2 videos below are not recommended for viewing by spouses, partners, girlfriends or those of a nervous disposition.
UPDATE 20/03/17 EYCC road Sweepers spotted today and cycle path cleared.
Who owns this dog?

 

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