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September 2017 - Deadline for signing up for the Gayford Flyer

 

This year’s Gayford Flyer, Hadleigh Cycling Club’s annual sportive, will take place on 10th September.  There are two signed rides of 62 miles (100km) and 31 miles (50km).  Full details at www.hadleighcyclingclub.co.uk The last day for entries is 3rd September. There will be no sign ups on the day. Riders pay £10 and helmets are compulsory.

The sportive is supported by The George, The Pedal House, Crockatt Garage, Sunny Day Cycleworks, East of England Co-op and Rattlesden Gliding Club.  HCC is also raising money for the Brendan Oakes Trust.

The Club’s annual Go Ride Race day was a terrific success, with over 20 young cyclists taking a part in a range of activities at the High School.

 

August 2017 - Do you have a young Chris Froome or Lizzie Deignan at home?

HCC is organising a Go Ride Race day for all keen young cyclists on Wednesday, 16th August.  There will be range of activities for all ages starting at 10am at the High School (£5 for members, £8 for non-members).  All riders will need plenty of water, lunch and sun cream. To book a place contact Simon on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 07738686517. 

The Club was pleased to support the Mud, Sweat and Gears series at Hintlesham on July 16th.  Our riders performed creditably on a challenging course and we were thankful for the support of volunteers who helped to set up and marshal.

This year’s Gayford Flyer, our non-competitive cycle sportive, will take place on 10th September. There are two signed rides of 62 miles (100km) and 31 miles (50km).  Full details at www.hadleighcyclingclub.co.uk  The last day for entering is 3rd September. Riders pay £10 and helmets are compulsory.

 
July 2017 - Hadleigh Cycling Club

Cycling is an activity for the whole community. Our goal is to promote cycling in Hadleigh and we welcome young and old, experienced cyclists and beginners. 

At least once a week we run popular club rides through the countryside around Hadleigh and beyond. For a second year we have organised a 6 week programme supporting women to 'Get Back on Your Bike', we have a thriving Junior Club and our members take part in the many off and on-road cycling events in Suffolk. We are also proud of our competitive cyclists who represent HCC in races, time trials and Mud, Sweat and Gears. 

Our biggest contribution to putting Hadleigh on the cycling map is our annual sportive 'The Gayford Flyer' (10th September). 

If you want to develop your cycling skills, meet other cyclists or just put on your Lycra and fly - you are welcome to join us. 

Riders are invited to gentle social rides starting at 8am from The George on Sundays, weather permitting. Adults and “capable children accompanied by an adult” are all welcome.  The distance is around 25 miles. Check out our Facebook page. 

 

June 2017 Gayford Flyer 2017 – 10th September 2017

Hadleigh Cycling Club will be running the third annual Gayford Flyer on Sunday, 10th September 2017.

The Gayford Flyer is a non-competitive cycle sportive. There are two signed rides of 62 miles (100km) and 31 miles (50km).  Full details and the story of Oswald Gayford can be found at www.hadleighcyclingclub.co.uk  

Entry is via the British Cycling website (www.britishcycling.org.uk ) and the last day for entering is Sunday, 3rd September. There is no entry on the day. Riders pay £10 to enter and helmets are compulsory.

“Last year’s sportive was fantastic”, said Mike Motteram, Chairman of Hadleigh Cycling Club.  “Most of the riders and their families stayed around and enjoyed refreshments and live music at The George.”

The Committee wants to thank all the volunteers and juniors who helped to promote the Club at this year’s Hadleigh Show.  Despite the odd shower, plenty of children had a chance to cycle the course.

Riders are invited to gentle social rides starting at 8am from The George on Sundays, weather permitting. Adults and “capable children accompanied by an adult” are all welcome.  The distance is around 25 miles. Check out our Facebook page.

 

May 2017 - GET BACK ON YOUR BIKE

Hadleigh Cycling Club’s coaches will be running Get Back on your Bike sessions for women of all ages who want to improve their cycling skills.

Gale Pryor, Coach and Committee member said, “With the money raised from the Gayford Flyer sportive, we are aiming to support the development of cycling in the town.

“Last year we had a tremendous time and women turned up who were complete novices or had simply lost their confidence.”

To find out more about the Get Back on Your Bike sessions come along to a free bike check session at the High School Leisure Centre on Wednesday, 10th May at 7.30pm.  The checks will be carried out by Martin from Sunny Day Cycleworks.

The 6 weekly sessions will begin at 7.30 – 8.30pm on Wednesday, 17th May, cost £10 and include club membership.   The sessions will include cycling skills, rules of the road and how to get the most out of cycling on your own or with others. Riders will need to wear helmets. For more information, contact: 07738686517 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For those who want to build on their experience, riders will be invited to gentle social rides starting at 8am from The George on Sundays, weather permitting. Adults and “capable children accompanied by an adult” are all welcome.  The distance is around 25 miles. Check out our Facebook page.

 

April 2017 - Hadleigh Cycling Junior Club

The Junior Club has started for the 2017 season. The sessions run on Wednesday evenings (18:00-19:00) at Hadleigh High Leisure Centre. After the Easter holidays the sessions move onto the field (18th April onwards).

Juniors can be from 4 years of age to 15.  Children simply need to be able to ride their bikes unaided.  The session cost is £3 for non-member and £2 for members.

Simon King, the Club’s Secretary said, “Gale and Grace have completed their Level 2 certificates and will greatly enhance our coaching team.”

The Club is keen to get the views of existing and potential members via the Survey Monkey website.  The majority of respondents to date want to join a Club ride and meet other cyclists.

Currently the Club is running gentle social rides starting at 8am from The George on Sundays, weather permitting. Ladies, gents and “capable children accompanied by an adult” are welcome.  The distance is around 25 miles. Check out our Facebook page.

The Club’s Annual Subs night in the George attracted plenty of new members keen to take advantage of this year’s special offer. All members are entitled to purchase any item of club kit at half-price. 

 

March 2017 - Sign Up for 2017

Hadleigh Cycling Club is holding its Annual Subs night on Friday, 9th March at 7.30pm in the George.

All members, new and old, who sign up this year will be entitled to purchase any item of club kit at half-price.  To assist in sizing and to possibly sell items, members will be invited to bring along any existing kit.

Mike Motteram, Chairman of Hadleigh Cycling Club, said, “We’re keen to see as many members, out and about, in the kit this year and this seemed a good way of promoting the Club and showing our appreciation for the members’ support over the last 12 months”.

“We’re also keen to build on the success of the Junior Club and we’re conscious that youngsters grow out of jerseys very quickly.”

The Club membership remains at £10 for individuals and £30 for family membership.

The Junior Club runs weekly on Wednesday from 18.00 – 19.00 at the High School.  The session cost is £3 for non-member and £2 for members.

Currently the Club is running gentle social rides starting at 9am from The George on Sundays, weather permitting. Ladies, gents and “capable children accompanied by an adult” are welcome.  The distance is around 25 miles. Check out the Facebook page.

The Committee is working on plans for the third Gayford Flyer sportive, an Easter Ride, supporting riders on the Dunwich Dynamo and a new ladies’ course.

 

January 2017 - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye – Cycling Committee News

There was a record turnout at Hadleigh Cycling Club’s AGM when the Committee thanked those standing down and welcomed new members.

The Committee thanked departing Chairman Adam Chamberlain for all his efforts to steer the Club over the last couple of years.  Under his guidance the Club has thrived and developed.  And he has led from the front, taking on cycling disciplines and representing the Club successfully at numerous events.

Adam will continue to coach the Juniors in 2017 along with Simon King, Martin Nichols, Perrie Higgs and Gale Pryor. 

The Committee believes that it is essential to grow this area and has invited Molly Cutmore and Ryan Gooderham to represent the Juniors.  Molly and Ryan are excellent young cyclists and regularly ride in local and regional events.

The Committee acknowledged the huge part that Richard Holdaway has played over the last few years, especially in the creation and delivery of the Club’s sportive, the Gayford Flyer.  Richard is standing down due to work commitments.

Mike Motteram has taken on the role of Chairman and the Committee has been strengthened by the addition of Farhad Abdly and Rickaby Shearly-Sanders. 

Mike stressed “the importance of continuity and thanked the Secretary, Simon King and Treasurer, Benson Ho for their hard work to ensure the Club runs effectively and maintains the high profile of cycling in Hadleigh.

“We’re already looking to encourage new riders in the Spring with Chris Heron planning shorter, slower rides. Kate Billingham, Gale Pryor and Lucy Jay will again be working with women who want to take up riding.”

 Phil Barnes (Time Trials), Lucy Jay (Parents Rep) and Sue Calver (Welfare) have all agreed to continue on the Committee.