Club News Summer 2019
We have some lovely destinations coming up on our Saturday rides. We have a ride every Saturday and most distances are between 30 and 50 miles. Some rides are decided upon on the day and some destinations are pre-planned. Please see a list of the pre-planned destinations below. All the rides are at a social pace so are ideal for people wanting to increase their distance. Meet at the community centre for an 8.30am departure.
20th July - Towneley Country Park
A slightly longer route of about 70 miles out to Towneley Country Park in Burnley.
27th July - Yeadon
3rd August - York Marina
10th August - Standedge
17th August - Ferrybridge
Membership renewal was due in June. If you haven’t renewed your membership please could you pay your £10 to one of the ride leaders or transfer the money directly into our bank account. The bank details are:
Acc. no. - 03123057
Sort Code - 20-43-04
Our Tuesday rides are in full swing and ideal for new riders and people wanting to improve their group riding skills. Rides tend to be between 15 and 20 miles. These rides are at a social pace and suitable to newer riders. Meet at the community centre for a 6.30pm departure.
Thursday sees our popular trail rides. These are leisurely rides between 15 & 20 miles. Suitable for mountain and hybrid bikes riding greenways, tracks & quiet roads. Ideal for beginner and novice cyclists. Meet at the community centre for a 6.30pm departure.
Your club - what would you like to see
Roberttown Community Cycling Club is your club - what would you like to see? If you have any suggestions or would like the club to cater for any specific needs please let us know. Speak to a ride leader, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come along to one of the committee meetings. The next meeting is on the 9th September, 7.30pm at the New Inn, Roberttown.
For anyone wanting to order club kit, it can be ordered directly from Force GB who make all RCCC kit.
Group riding video
If you're new to group riding knowing how to communicate with your fellow cyclists is very important. Here's a video on group cycling hand signals - Group riding: How to use hand signals
Until next time - safe riding!