Is the club going to produce a calendar again for 2018?
Anyone planning to ride local (Mugdock) this Sunday?
I’m planning to attempt the 50km Marathon again next year. Any other club members interested in making this a club weekend away?
It’s stopped raining and the forecast is better for tonight (as opposed to tomorrow eve).
I’m hoping I may get away from work at a sensible time, and might just be organised enough to get over to Milngavie (depending on the start time).
I had intended trying to run a 2014 version of this event in September/ October, but time got away from me. So…..
…. how about Sunday 28 December (am)?
How many of you would be interested in trying to use your recently consumed turkey wings to help you get up the Kyber Pass?
To make the event happen, I will also need a few volunteers to marshal on the course. Ideally I’d need about 10 volunteers to marshal all the key junctions, although we could get away with fewer by leaving certain junctions un-manned, just arrowed.
Last year a few friends from Fusion Triathlon Club joined us and a couple of their members helped with the volunteering. I would propose we open the event up their membership again – always helps with entry numbers too!
Either reply below, or email me on email@example.com with feedback/ further suggestions.
Thanks, John B
Anyone thinking of making a weekend of it down in Yorkshire to see the first couple of days of this year’s Tour De France?
Bike for sale from a pal. Wish it would fit me, I’d have had it!
I realise none of you know Chris Wood (a long time friend of mine through rallying) . He had a tumble on his MTB, but instead of getting up and dusting himself off, it had life changing consequences for him.
His accident could happen to any one of us, and I’d like to think that the mountain biking community are kind and generous.
Please, i ask that you take a couple of minutes to make a small donation for Woody – the price of a pint, or a round of drinks. In the greater scheme of your life that is nothing, but for Chris many small donations will all add up and will help him move forward with his life.
His full story is in the link below.