Thursday, 26 May 2011

London Bicycle Music Festival and Bikefest 4-5th June

London Bicycle Music Festival and Bikefest 4-5th June

The Hackney Bike Workshop and Film Society in association with the
London Greenfair and Camden Cyclists are pleased to announce the second
London Bicycle Music Festival.

A free music festival held over two days in Regents Park on the 4 and
5th June

A music festival with a difference all the power is provided by people
pedalling bicycles attached to generators providing power for the sound

Following last years very successful Bicycle Music Festival (pictures of
the event can be seen at
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have decided to put it on again this year with more bands but only one
venue, Regents Park as part of the London Greenfair

Bands will play from 1:00 in the afternoon till 7:00 in the evening with
music for all tastes and lots of space to hang around on the grass with
friends and family.

Additionally this year at the same venue and time we are bringing you,

The London Bikefest

Attractions include

A Bicycle Tournament with

Tallbike Jousting!

Bicycle Gymkhana games!

BMX Tossing!

Fit the 20 inch marathon plus on an extra wide bmx wheel contests!

Best Freakbike Contest!

Ultimate footdown!

Texas Twins!

Dr Bike provided by Camden Council

Bicycle Repair lessons provided by Hackney Bikeworkshop

Bicycle demonstrations by local bike shops and stalls from bike related


London Bicycle Music Festival รข€" BMFLondon>>
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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Well Street Common Grass Track Results

The 22nd of May 2011 saw the start of the CCH Hackney Grass Track league with an event at the Well Street Common Festival producing some close racing by young and old at the end of a very busy weekend for CCH members.

After the individual timed laps the Under 8's line up for a scratch race.

There was a large field and good racing in the under 10's - photo Peter Gettins

Leonard and Kai battle it out in the Devil - - photo Peter Gettins

There was some close racing in the Under 12's - photo Robbie

Shaquille puts in another super strong performance to win his third race. - photo Peter Gettins

Whilst some of us were racing on home soil Tao was off winning again in Belgium and for those youngsters who wonder how he manages to do that remember he started off racing in Hackney's parks too. Full results and league placings here.

Sunday, 22 May 2011

CCH-Bulmer Road Race big success

The start of the 1st CCH road race at Bulmer

The CCH- Bulmer Road Race held on Saturday 21st of May was hailed as a great success by all involved - the riders loved the race and course, the ERRL and BC were impressed with the organisation of the event - see here - and the locals were more than pleased with the whole days events put on by CCH. A great big thank you then to everyone who made it happen.

So many CCH members and friends made it out to Bulmer to help set up the cyclist's breakfast and juniors event on the green -
some members then rode the course before the race

whilst others got busy setting up the catering at the HQ at AFC Sudbury's ground.

Many members were involved in setting up and marshalling the course

The racing took place in lovely countryside in very warm conditions

The winner Mark Howard of PCH - full results here.

All photos by Pete Mitchell - more here
if you have more photos of the event bring them into the club on cd.

Thanks to- in no particular order
Giuliana, Anna, Isobel, Liz, Silka, Louise, Liz, Sally, Fran, Lesley, Tina, Martine, Paul, Sean, Oliver, Gary, Dave, Peter, Joe, Fergal, David, Alex, Rhys, Clem, Prosper, Colin, Richard, Alex, David, Stephan, Ned, Artie, Bede, Logan, Jack, Frank, Fabio, Isaac, Kai, Cameron, Elliot, Leonard, Robbie, Edgar, Ruben, Morgan, Owen, Andy, Justin and Mick on behalf of the organisers - Keir, Harry & Neil.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011


Important message to all members and friends of CCH - your help is needed for our innaugral road race at Bulmer near Sudbury on the 21st of May. The race starts at 2.30pm but we will be out there from early morning assessing the course and laying on a breakfast for the villagers of Bulmer. CCH juniors will be doing some exhibition racing on the village green and then there may be time to ride the 13.6 mile course before the race starts. We have any number of jobs that need filling by club members - from line judges and marshalls to catering and driving. Please let us know if you can make it on the day as soon as possible. It is our intention to really put CCH on the map through a well run race that is well attended by the locals. Our riders Clem, Rhys, Alex and Ben in the Eastern Road Race League have already gained CCH a lot of notice through their fantastic efforts lets help them along by putting on the best show.

The second group return from the 4th Round Chelmsford for a pint at the Princess of Wales

Also well done to all those who rode the Round Chelmsford - remember to take up your membership of CCH if you haven't already done so. See left for form.

Monday, 2 May 2011

4th Round Chelmsford 01.05.11

Riders gather in front of the Lea Valley Ice Centre before the start of CCH's fourth edition of the annual Round Chelmsford ride. 

Lead group cyclists head down the road towards the big climb of the day, Little Baddow's North Hill. CCH rider Clem Berrill (pictured in front here) will be back this coming Sunday to take part in the Lea Valley CC road race when North Hill will be climbed eight times but at race pace. 

Good luck Clem...

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