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Century RC Centenary Dinner PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Friday, 14 October 2011 10:28

Club members may be interested to know that the Century RC's Centenary Dinner which is due to be held at the Roebuck Hotel, Ware, Herts, on the evening of Saturday 14th Jan. As you may know, the Century was one of the clubs against whom the Charlotteville competed for the Guildford Cup (now presented to the winner of the Guildford Town Centre Races) with the other club being the Wessex RC. Some other Ville members are already intending to go and if you are interested then please contact David or Joan Robinson.  The cost is £22 per person, and bed and breakfast at the same hotel is available for £77 per room (presumably for 2 people).

 
Bike For Sale PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Saturday, 08 October 2011 18:55
Litespeed Siena (56cm Large), Easton EC90 Forks & seat post, Sella Italia Saddle (choice of two), Campag Centaur Groupset (with carbon cranks), Spinergy Xero Wheels (white composite spokes), Look Keo carbon pedals

The bike is six years old never been raced, no sportives, and only one "Tour of the Surrey Hills & one trip to Majorca. Over the last couple of years I've only ridden it half a dozen times. The bike new was just under £4k, I'd like £1200 ONO.

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Brompton World Championships - 21st August PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Sunday, 21 August 2011 22:00

Charlotteville CC 2nd Cat rider and Brompton Bicycle employee Gavin Morton took a fabulous second place in the Brompton World Championships coming in behind double TT and Brompton race winner Michael 'Dr Hutch' Hutchinson at Blenheim Palace. Nice one Gavin!

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Gavin Morton (2nd from left) at the Brompton World Championships

For a full report on the days events check out this article at Road.cc

 

 

 

 
Etape du Tour: A day in the mountains PDF Print E-mail
Written by Keith Downie   
Sunday, 07 August 2011 12:17

4am on a Monday morning is not normally the time I like to try and eat a big breakfast, especially one that includes a Torq energy bar and enough food to normally last me several meals. However, this is not an average Monday morning.
This particular summer morning I am sitting in a small ski apartment in the French Alps resort of Valfrejus, getting ready to ride the 19th Etape du Tour, Act I, from Modane to Alpe D'Huez.

The Etape du Tour is one of the most famous amateur riding competitions in the world, and as a result attracts riders from every continent and of every age to ride a stage of that year's Tour de France. It is the closest us mortals will get to experiencing what the professional riders we follow have to endure in arguably the world's toughest sporting competition, albeit we only ride 1 stage out of their 21!

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This is my second year of riding the Etape and will certainly not be my last. Last year the event took place in the Pyrenees and finished high on the Tourmalet, which was a 22km slog after two Cols and 100-miles in the legs. This year, however, the organisers (who are the same team who run the Tour de France) have selected a shorter 70-mile route in the French Alps that will take us over the Col de Telegraphe and Col de Galibier before the final punishing climb up the famous 21 hairpins to Alpe D'Huez.

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The Alpes 2011 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Sunday, 24 July 2011 21:23

Our loyal band on Villains have just returned from La Toussuire in the Alpes and we've just seen the first of no doubt many many stunning photo's of the trip. Hope you all enjoyed the trip folks and perhaps we can get you to write some words for the website about it....

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