Earlier today CC Hackney regular club rider Isobel Siddons organised and led a seasonal adult club run extra to Cold Christmas East Hertfordshire. According to whatsapp reports this social ride was an enjoyable & fun time. For those who were unable to attend let's hope that it becomes another CCH annual tradition and make it next time - good going and roll on 2019 - happy new year!
Thursday, 20 December 2018
Two of Hackney boys have been brought together by CC Hackney & Interlinkx CiC. They are from two housing estates (E5 & E9) and don't know each other yet but are connected by being club members and cycle enthusiasts. Eleven year old Hasbi pictured below is a regular attendee at Fawcett Estate's bike maintenance club. He volunteered his session time to renovate an old discarded bike to donate to Kingsmead Estate's eight year old Omar, of Concorde Bike Club. This is Omar's first ride, he is most happy with it and wants to send Hasbi his thanks and very best wishes.
|Omar with his mother Isatou|
Tuesday, 18 December 2018
- The CCH youth xmas party was held at Elsdale last saturday after training with around 50 riders family and friends coming along to sample the food on offer, make smoothies on bike , spin some xmas sounds and race on the rollers. The refurbished heating at Elsdale Community Hall kept the chill away with everyone starting the xmas party season off in fine style.
Wednesday, 5 December 2018
|CCH Racing cyclists Charlie Dash and Jessica Feeney Davies|
(Leisure & Physical Activity Officer, Hackney Council)
Keir Apperley (CCH manager & lead coach)
"I'd like to say that as the club's manager I'm hugely proud of CC Hackney's team efforts over the years; that's assistant manager Neil Irons, all of the coaching staff and the young riders since starting out. To receive the Hackney Sports Club of the Year award in 2018 is a great way to recognise CC Hackney's on going durability and commitment to the community. It means a lot to us, thanks for this it's great!
CC Hackney - winning cycling medals and trophies in the London Youth Games every year since 2009, encouraging and developing young cyclists from the whole community in the area."
Our club coach Jessica Feeney Davis was in attendance to collect the trophy saying:
"I’m so proud of us!"
Sunday, 25 November 2018
Thursday, 8 November 2018
Seven down three to go!
Ten CCH youth track bikes are being converted from fixed wheel track bikes (with limited use applications) into regular use single speed freewheelers. This is mainly so that if any young attendees arrive without bikes they can still enjoy rides with their club on quality and youth size related cycles.
Most of the costs for this operation were paid for by a small Young Hackney grant of £500.00 via Hackney Council. Other costs including labour have been covered by Interlinkx CiC. The amount for each bike in the end was £78.30 - this is good economy & money well spent.
CC Hackney - encouraging and developing riders from the whole community in the area.
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