Send in news Add your story to the comments box below to send in news for the website. 16 thoughts on “Send in news” Andrew Lincoln July 22, 2011 at 4:32 am After two new course Pb’s for our Griston route on Wenesday Simon Atherton and I attended the Norwich ABC club 10 at Ketteringham. On a colder, much windier night simon did a good 27.49 on a hilly course, facing the two category climbs of col de wreningham and the col de ketteringham. I could only muster a 28.18, slightly slower than my first attempt in near perfect conditions. Reply ↓ Tony Clarke September 2, 2011 at 5:59 pm Hi Folks can you put a note on the CC B site about the CTC Rough Stuff 16 October the link is http://www.norfolkcycling.co.uk/Ruffstuff.html Tony Reply ↓ geoff September 26, 2011 at 9:16 am Pics from Sunday’s 25 are up here: https://picasaweb.google.com/2upltd/CCB2525911?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCJLe4OmAxbXh2AE&feat=directlink Reply ↓ Stephen Penney November 13, 2011 at 4:49 pm Over 160 cyclists took to the North Norfolk Roads on Saturday 12th in the first of this seasons “Norfolk Nips” Audax rides. Conditions were quite mild for the time of year and waterproofs were not required. For reasons of safety, the organisers released cyclists in small groups away from St Pauls Church Hall in Hellesden. Riders headed to Weybourne and travelled the coast road through Sheringham and Cromer with a checkpoint and rest stop at Mundesley where the tea and cakes were welcomed – Jonets Cafe must have had their busiest day of the year! Back in the saddle to Happisburgh and a meander across country back to Hellesden where more tea and cakes awaited the finishers. The official distance for the event was 66 miles, although some riders recorded higher mileages with unscheduled detours. A couple of reported punctures, but otherwise a successful and enjoyable day had by all with most looking forward to the next “Nip” on December 10th. CC Breckland had a very good turn out with at least 14 riders taking part. (Don Saunders, Declan Davis, Martin Badham, Julian Farrell, Rogger Steggles, Danny Watkins, Peter James, Stephen Penney, Tony Reynolds, Geoff Muller, Mark Fairhead, Jack Purcell and Louise and Ed Dennett on the tandem – If you know of more, please list them below) Paul Vergett, Harvey Taylor, and I’m still positive I saw Chris Nudds.(Martin) Reply ↓ Andrew Lincoln April 3, 2012 at 12:36 pm It was 2130 hours on Monday 2nd April and Simon and I have just swept the 5mile TT course to get rid of the stones, sand and shale for a safer ride. Now if this ain’t dedication I don’t know what is? Reply ↓ graham April 9, 2012 at 7:56 am Saw Martin yesterday in Norwich hospital, he had the operation yesterday and its strapped up with a black velcro support. He said to me he was going home today. He was in good form and looking forward to going home Reply ↓ Chris Nudds July 29, 2012 at 3:09 pm CCB results 29 July – B10/36R On a chilly & windy morning on the A12 times were pegged back by a headwind on the longer outward leg, such that even the winner could not get inside 22 minutes. Winner………Liam Gentry……….22.06 CCB…………Chris Nudds……….23.43 ………….Andy Tyler…………23.54 ………….Mark Fairhead……25.49 Reply ↓ Mark Fairhead August 29, 2012 at 7:45 am Hi All, Just to let you know I’m going to be placing a club clothing order by the end of the week, so if anyone wants anything that we haven’t in stock now’s the time to get in touch with me. Don’t forget we have a new design for club skinsuits which seem very poplar as we have 8 on order. Contact me on 01953 607594 or email email@example.com Reply ↓ Graham Edwards October 14, 2012 at 5:03 pm I would like to congratulate decan for finish finishing 5th in the junior bbar list well done Graham Edwards Reply ↓ Mark Fairhead December 26, 2012 at 6:32 pm Hi All, These are the results from the Boxing Day 10. Declan ‘Birthday Boy’ Davis CCB 25.13 Danny Watkins Anglia Velo 25.18 Patrick Ellis Diss & Dist. 25.40 I Chatten Iceni Velo 26.05 Charlie Evans Congleton CC 26.25 Geoff Frost Velo Velocity 26.48 Don Saunders CCB 27.08 Peter James Anglia Velo 27.22 Iain ‘Para World Champ’ Dawson Tri Ang. 27.49 Myles Lubbock CCB 28.15 Mark ‘Freddie Mercury’ Fairhead 28.31 1st Fancy Dress Leon Cole Iceni Velo 28.59 Nick Paravanni CCB 29.02 Daryll NABC 29.30 Rogar Graham CCB 30.05 Sophie Wright Norwich Tri 30.33 Nick Standley CCB 30.55 M Egglington Iceni Velo 30.56 Steve Swift Velo Club Norwich 31.32 Anna Wordsworth Warwick Tri. 32.20 Harvey Hall CCB 32.23 Reply ↓ Harvey Taylor June 10, 2013 at 1:19 pm ‘Boabacca’s’ account of the ‘Iceni 100’ contains a picture of Declan and Harvey Hall en route and one of my Van Nicholas complete with weathered Carradice, which I think is ?Roger reinforcing his point about people flying round on carbon racing machines. URL below: http://www.ourmrsmith.com/whoseideawasthis/iceni-100k-ece-june-8th/ Seven CCB riders – (Paul V, Julian, Declan, 2 Nicks, 2 Harveys) completed an interesting 109K route [thanks to Don]. Julian’s group bribed the two fast men, Declan and Harvey H, to pace them back to Swaffham from the Control Point at Snetterton. Veteran Audaxer John Thompson claims that the final climb back over the heath into a north easterly was harder than the Tourmalet. Argument still rages over the correct answer to the first Information Control. Reply ↓ Roy Wainwright November 25, 2013 at 4:23 pm Hello Having recently catered for a couple of your club members I was advised to contact you our Diner/Cafe is open Mon-Fri 8am – 18.00hrs & Sat 8-17.00hrs & Sunday 8am -12.00 we have a secure cable where your members can padlock there precious bikes & enjoy refreshments hot & cold drinks & food! Typical Bacon Roll & Hot Drink £3.00 Fridge full of cold drinks including water &ya toilet! We welcome all cyclist! Thank you Roy Wainwright REEPHAM DINER & SWEET SHOP “Sent from Roy Wainwright at Depot94 Ltd via his iPhone” Reply ↓ Trevor Griffiths April 19, 2016 at 2:59 pm TJ Motorsport would like to invite your club and riders to join us at Snetterton race circuit on Friday 20th May. We will once again be running our fund racing evening were riders of all levels can enjoy cycling laps of the famous three mile circuit. Riders can stay on circuit as long as they wish from 5.30pm until around 8pm As a club you are welcome to use it as a group ride and do your own thing as you wish. Minimum donation is £10.00 per rider with all funds going to EACH (The Nook Appeal) We will also make a donation to NARS Norfolk accident and rescue, who’s paramedics will be on hand during the evening. Last year we raised a fantastic £8,579.00 over 2 evenings. If you would like to join us for a real fun event please get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org or Mobile 07802 268435 Reply ↓ Ian Quenby January 31, 2017 at 4:29 pm I have secured a place in this years LEL, and was wondering if any other club members had done the same? It would be good to get info and training suggestions from anyone who has attempted previous event. Reply ↓ Martin Badham February 13, 2017 at 11:36 am Hi Ian, Don Saunders rode it in 2009,along with Tony Reynolds and Ken Price. I entered it but was invalided out before the start. As a result I was helping at the penultimate control, Gamblingay. I have subsequently worked as a volunteer on the computers at the start and finish in 2013 and have volunteered to do the same in 2017. I’m sure Don can tell you some interesting tales from what was a very hard event. All the very best, Ian. Looking forward to seeing you off on 30th July and stamping your brevet at the finish. Martin Reply ↓ Ian Quenby May 15, 2018 at 2:08 pm Hello all, I have a Argon18 E80 TT bike for sale. I’m asking for £650 but also open to sensible offers. I’m 5’10” and it’s about right for me but not having ridden this type of bike I’m not sure about correct geometry. It has been upgraded with Vision bars and wheels, and has a SRAM Rival group set. Can be seen/haggled over in the Dereham area. Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please enter an answer in digits:four + 8 = Notify me of new posts by email.