Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Winter warmer for Baumber...

Cambridge cycling member member Peter Baumber has kicked started his 2011 season. He clocked 27mins 58secs when he braved the January cold to compete in the Breckland CC 10 mile TT.
Veteran racer Baumber finished in the top 20 in 18th place. Winner was Neil Hornett of Chelmer CC 21Min 56sSec.

Photo by David Jones, shows Peter Baumber racing in more sunnier climes than the winter conditions competitors endured in the Breckland.

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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Club trio triumph...

Special mention was made at yesterday's club meeting of club member Ken Turner who has been awarded the Soot Mynott trophy for Cambridge cycling club, club run person for 2010 - he is pictured right participating the Touring run 100 mile ride which was promoted by Mr Turner.

Eric Gowland was awarded the club person of the year trophy and Andy Cockburn was inaugural winner of the club's Crebs Mountain bike cup.

Photo: Phil Mynott

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Monday, 10 January 2011

Bike talk...

Club social tonight at the award winning Salisbury Arms public house, 76 Tenison Rd, Cambridge, CB1 2DW starts at 8pm. ( www. - complete with agony problem page!) All members welcome to chat about cycling and your 2011 cycling targets. Preceded by club Committee meeting at 7pm in the Same location.

Photo: Phil Mynott

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Saturday, 1 January 2011

Pooley can look back on a great Season...

Two championship cyclists with close links to Cambridge Cycling Club have been ranked high in a list of British cyclists of 2010.

Congratulations to Elite World champion cyclist Emma Pooley who has been voted Britain's number one cyclist of 2010 by Cycling Weekly.

Professional cyclist Pooley, the current Women's World and UK time trial Championship holder, participated in Cambridge Cycling Club chaingang while studying in Cambridge. It also signalled the start of her very successful coaching partnership with club member Tim Williams.

Congratulations also to serial National Time Trial championship title holder Michael Hutchinson, ranked at 28th in the Cycling Weekly list. Hutchinson, who set a new 10 mile TT competition record in 2010, is a Life-vice president of Cambridge Cycling Club.
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