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Winter Turbo Training Series

Our annual series of structured and British Cycling coached turbo training sessions are underway. Every Tuesday at The Batch Centre, Warmley. Also open to non Velo Club members.

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Toby retains Hill Climb trophy!

For the second year in a row and proving that he’s recovered from his wrist injury from earlier in the year. Toby Smith retained his club title last Sunday.

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Club Hill Climb Champs…

The annual hill climb champs will be held on Sunday 1st October. It’s a mixture of fun, social and a bit of torture mixed into one morning!!

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Deacon Takes the Win!

Congratulations to Deacon Cutterham for taking the win at the Odd Down Circuit last win. Winning the 4-up sprint from the break in the 2/3 category race. Also just in Lee Francis posts a pb for 25m TT with an impressive 53:33. See Results page for more updates.

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Evening TT on tonight!

We’re almost confident that we’ll be able to hold one of the series events tonight!!! Have been told that roadworks and lights are being removed so fingers crossed. Signing on from 6:45pm £4.00, first rider off 7:30pm

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Moving on up!

Congratulations to Kieran Murphy who got 5th place in the bunch finish up at Castle Combe (3/4th cat) race last Thursday. This follows on from Mark Hughes getting 7th the previous week. Unfortunately that week was also marred by a nasty crash that included our own Igor Cibula, who suffered some facial injuries – get well soon!

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Ride London 100

We’ve received an email from the Jubilee Sailing Trust offering places for Ride London if anyone is interested:

If you were not fortunate enough to get a place for the RideLondon 100 event on Sunday 30 July 2017, why not ride for Jubilee Sailing Trust?

Jubilee Sailing Trust are a United Nations accredited disability charity and our mission is to promote equality, integration, co-operation and understanding between people of all abilities, ages, and backgrounds through the challenge and adventure of tall ship sailing.

Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and follows a 100 mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved. The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 finishes on The Mall in central London, shortly before 150 professional cyclists race in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic on a similar route.

Entry price is £50.00, Minimum sponsorship: £150.00

Your individual fundraising pack will include a JST Waterbottle, JST Fundraising Collection Box, Sponsorship Form and free Technical T-shirt.

Please contact fundraising@jst.org.uk or telephone 02380 426868.Emma Cotton | Individual Giving Administrator
Jubilee Sailing Trust, 12 Hazel Road, Southampton, SO19 7GA
Tel: 02380 426868 | Email: emma.cotton@jst.org.uk | www.jst.org.uk

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