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We are committed to making cycling more accessible for everyone in our area. We want everyone to feel welcome and like there is something for them at Trent Valley Road Club.
The committee is currently expanding our existing Come and Try it series with shorter social rides and more events aimed specifically at beginners.
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11th Januray 2015
The first of the clubs winter 'reliability rides' takes place. A 23 mile route this week with a good tailwind on the way up to hemswell cliff, a cross wind across to Kirton and a nice head wind back to Gainsborough.
RESULTS AS BELOW:
“A” CATEGORY Time allowed 1hr 9mins.
James Vickers 1-08-50 Qualified.
“B” CATEGORY Time allowed 1hr 16mins.
Paul Brownless 1-12-44 Qualified
Darren Dickinson 1-19-00 Did not qualify
“C” CATEGORY Time allowed 1hr 26mins
Justin Atkinson 1-19-00
Paul Freeman 1-19-50
Jeremy Hodson 1-20-10
Gary Reevell 1-21-19,
Mark Leeson 1-22-40
Rob Brooks 1-22-49
Keith Hudson 1-25-54 all Qualified.
Aiden Bott 1-31-13 Did not qualify.
“D” CATEGORY Time allowed 1hr 38mins.
Miia Wren & Mike Overton both 1-41-19. Did not qualify.
2nd December 2014
Club holds routine committee meeting. Mike Overton informs us that the TT calendar is set to run in conjunction with Viking velo and the newly formed 'Phoenix'. Tvrc to hold the first event.
A new clothing order window will open soon. The small survey that was sent round was discussed and the results will be posted soon. The club run continues to be well attended on a weekly basis and we will start bi-weekly reliability rides in January 2015.
15th November 2014
Awesome social/presentation night at the Maltings tonight! Well done to all the trophy winners!
Along with the league winners we dished out the most valued member, most improved member, and 'crank of the year', all voted by the members of the club.
Most valued member was rightly given to Justin Atkinson for his services to the club, most improved rider was rightly given to a rider with huge potential Cliff Williams, and crank of the year was absolutely and most definitely given to the right person 'Paul freeman'!
His exploits on an early year outing to derbyshire and yorkshire along with his ride at a prestiguos british cycling circuit racing event (his first EVER competitive event) have gained him the most highly recognized and most coveted award of 'CRANK OF THE YEAR'! Well done to all the recipients of an award! Andy codd received the newly donated 'Overton cup' for his success in the 25 mile club Time trial championship race. This was to be added to his 1st place finish in the Time trial scratch league and 1st place in the Time trial handicap league! Awesome season Andy well done!
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