Starting Wednesday 14th June
6.30pm at Rutland Arms / 6.45pm at Owler Bar
Fusion CC 10 mile TIME TRIAL
A BIG THANKS to everyone who gave up time and volunteered to help with this years event. Without your support the event would not be able to go ahead
Andy Hicklin riding in this years Fusion CC time trial on Saturday 17th June.
Andy finished with a time of 22:42 to give him 15th position overall and 7th in the veteran competition.
Photo from Elissia (Age 11)
Sunday 21st May saw the A group visit Langsett Café and take in the roads used by "Le Tour" and the "Tour de Yorkshire". It also gave us chance to wear our new club kit whilst climbing a total of 1,900 meters on smooth roads. The route included the climbs of Bradfield, Wigtwizzle, Ewden Bank and Midehopestones.
BIG THANKS to Dan for organising the design, order and delivery of the new kit.
Adam was happy to provide evidence that Ewden Bank (aka deliverance) was taking its as toll on some riders
The last weekend in April saw the Tour de Yorkshire visit local roads again as every year seems to get bigger and better. The 2017 event did not disappoint and with over 1 million watching from the roadside on Sunday`s queen stage it did exactly what it was designed to do, destroy the field. After riding over to the Strines on his own in the morning to sample the final 15km loop on closed roads, Richard enjoyed watching big hitters grimacing and being minutes down on the eventual winner Serge Pauwels.
It was great to see Sky`s young pretender Tao Geoghegan-Hart leading the chasing pack and local rider Tom Stewart dropping last years winner Thomas Voeckler due to the noise and roar of the local crowd. As for Harry Tanfield well he needed a psuh from the Bramhall`s but don`t tell Gary Verity! ssshhhh
Trevor went to Harrogate to meet our namesake Womens team "Fusion RT" at the finish. They were unable to beat Queen Elizabeth but all looked like they enjoyed themselves in a tough 1 day race. Great team name ladies!
The B Group took advantage of some dry roads to see the breathtaking views from Longstone Edge last weekend. One of those places we take for granted being able to ride in the Peak District every weekend. Daryl paced Trevor up the climb whilst Jane looks comfortable tackling it on her own.
Photo`s courtesy from Les whilst taking "a breather"
Even when the weather was against them, Richard and Dan still managed to get out to support local riders in the Beeley hill climb on 16th October
The A group after topping up the caffeine levels at Hassop Cafe