Wednesday, 25 June 2008

Cheap Shoes and Pedals

For team members wanting clip in shoes I can do the following deal.

These Shimano RO62 road shoes and Shimano PD-R540 SPD SL Sport pedals complete for £45.

If you are interested, send an email to with your shoe size.


Saturday, 14 June 2008

Results June 08

Wednesday 11th June 08 Well Street Common: GTR 3

Event Report Time Trial - Navestock

13 June 2008 20:00 E14A 10 Miles TT


Timekeeper - Arthur Harragan - Becontree Wheelers
Position Name Club Time BWCC
1 Michael Rolfe Team Economic Energy 23:54
2 Terry Garlinge Team Economic Energy 24:17
3 Keir Apperley CC Hackney 25:30
4 Dave Bennett Team Economic Energy 26:08
5 Jason Hare Trisport Epping 26:31
6 Gary Tyrrell Becontree Wheelers 26:54 7
7 Craig Veall Team Economic Energy 27:08
8 Elliot Ryan Glendene 27:30
9 David Brett Manchester Wheelers 27:49
10 Ian Davies Shaftesbury 27:57
11 Ian Damant Becontree Wheelers 28:18 6
12 Karthic Kukatlasan Becontree Wheelers 28:27 5
13 David Nolan Shaftesbury 29:43
14 Venita Dabhi Team Economic Energy 30:33
15 Michael Peat Team Economic Energy 31:38
16 Jan Swallow Trisport Epping 33:36
17 Robert Jennings Becontree Wheelers 34:36 4
18 Tony Capon Becontree Wheelers 13:28* 3
19 Clemm Berrill CC Hackney 14:10*
20 David Dryburgh CC Hackney 14:44*
21 Freddie Trimble CC Hackney 15:32*
22 Freya Gannon-Burns CC Hackney 15:50*
23 Neha Dabhi Team Economic Energy 15:55*
24 Louis Carpenter CC Hackney 15:59*
25 Derek Jennings Becontree Wheelers 19:59* 2

Raj Dabhi Team Economic Energy DNF

Graham Cheshire Becontree Wheelers DNF 1
*= 1 lap @ five miles for our young riders and those riding five by choice
Link to Beacontree Wheelers web site and the results for their Friday evening TTs - regularly attended by CCH riders

Thursday, 5 June 2008

Club Run 31st May 2008

Club Run 31st May 2008
Matthew Harper was hot off the blocks this morning, he is preparing for the Tour de France 2008 (etape). Combined with his champion companions; Lewin Chalkly (sporting a rainbow, Disappearing Over the Horizon, world champions jersey) and our tri-athlete John 'Iron Man' Oliver, a formula for a combustible concoction was found. They were too quick for the customary photo shoot at the Ice Centre but all were later rounded up by telecoms at Buckhurst Hill to be held back momentarily for a snap at the church gates.

New young riders Clem Bidell, David Dryburgh, Freddie Trimble and Felix Robbins joined experienced hands Freya Gannon-Burns & Louis Carpenter to make a massive bargain saving on the average age on this club run. The exuberance of youth was in evidence here but not to be done over, Andy Buckwell, Keir Apperley, Stewart Dennison and Andrew Robbins were all making up for lost time and were not exactly hanging about today either - age crisis? pah!
Our route took us through familiar territory, passing by Theydon Bois, Navestock, Kelvedon Hatch, Blackmore (for tea) and then on through to Winingale, the Easters and back via the Lavers, Moreton and Epping. Quite a long ride actually and perhaps stretching it a little especially for our hero of the day Clem who got round on his suspension mountain bike. Andrew kept Clem's cramping legs fluid buy forcing drinks and cookies his way and much to Clem's credit he rode at the front for the last miles through Epping Forrest, leading the precession who followed behind in honor. We all got back tired and satisfied with the days excursion into Essex. Total distance 120klm.

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