Sunday, 21 November 2010

Cambridge CC Photos back on line

The photos button has not bee working for a while. However a Picasa Web Album has now been set-up and some photos have been added. The idea is to make this a postable area for any club member to contribute to. Click on the CLUB Photos button above the calendar to have a look. Contact the the Web Master, details on the Who's Who link, if you would like to have posting access.

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Annual Club Dinner and Prize Presentation 2010

Cambridge Cycling Club 2010 dinner and Prize presentation will be held on Saturday 11th December 2010.

Cambridge Meridian Golf Club , is the venue, with speaker , club member, Andy Cockburn an elite cross country and endurance mountain biker , 2010 Eastern region champion and top 10 finisher in the Nationals.

All members are welcome, with family and other guests. Come along to 'reflect' about the past 12 months of cycling and cheer on those fellow club mates who have made a 'big splash' with winning headlines - and see if you've won a trophy. Tickets now on sale - contact Julia. Please note booking deadline is December 2nd.

Legs in photo kindly supplied by club member Ken Turner.

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Friday, 5 November 2010

AGM appoints it's first MTB guru..

Despite being one of the oldest cycling clubs in the Uk, Cambridge Cycling club has no problem in staying one wheel length ahead of current trends. At yesterday's AGM ,In response to the massive growth in Mountain Bike (MTB) participation among it's 245 membership, the club has appointed Andy Cockburn as it's first MTB secretary. Mr Cockburn -pictured right- competes in MTB at a National level and as the current regional champion it is a great scoop for the club.

Mr Cockburn was voted into office at yesterdays club AGM during which Tyler Denmead was voted in as the club's Hon British Cycling secretary - to replace Eric Gowland who is stepping down after a very productive three years in which he has led the clubs road racing squad to many victories.

Sarah Blower is to continue in the role as Hon Club Clothier - a role she took on half way through this year when Alan Sparks moved away from the area. Mr Sparks was made a Life Vice-president of the club (LVP) in appreciation of his many years dedicated service in various posts most recent as club clothier.

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