Steady Sunday 3 – 1st Feb

Sunday, the 1st February 2015, is the 3rd Steady 50 Sunday ride. The Steady 50 sits somewhere between the Saturday Social rides and the Sunday Sport rides.

Expect an average speed of around 14-15mph (last one was closer to 14mph). No-one will get dropped and we’ll regroup at the top of hills and major junctions.

This month’s we’re going to have a go at the route we planned last time but couldn’t do because of ice. Hopefully we’ll get some sunshine and clear, dry roads.

Halton Gill and back via Wigglesworth, bang-on 50 miles. 1 major climb, Halton Gill itself. Café stop at Bean Loved in Skipton after the ride.

Meet at 9am outside Dave Ferguson Cycles in Skipton.

Steady Sunday 2 – 4th January

This Sunday, the 4th January 2015, is the 2nd Steady 50 Sunday ride. The Steady 50 sits somewhere between the Saturday Social rides and the Sunday Sport rides.

Expect an average speed of around 14-15mph (last one was closer to 14mph). No-one will get dropped and we’ll regroup at the top of hills and major junctions.

This month’s route is the classic, Halton Gill and back via Wigglesworth, bang-on 50 miles. 1 major climb, Halton Gill itself. Café stop at Bean Loved in Skipton after the ride.

Meet at 9am outside Dave Ferguson Cycles in Skipton.

Club Meeting – Sunday 14th

Club meeting this Sunday, 14th December, 7.30PM at The Narrow Boat, Skipton.

Anything for the agenda, please send to Club Secretary, Simon Lerpiniere on simonlerp at gmail dot com before Friday the 12th December.

Should be a bit of a shorter, lighter agenda this month, so more time for drinking and chatting.

Look forward to seeing you all there.

Sunday Steady 50 – 7th December

This Sunday is the first of 4 Steady Sunday rides. It’s a monthly 50-ish mile ride, run on a Sunday, meeting at 9am outside Dave Ferguson Cycles in Skipton.

Average speed is between the Saturday Social rides and the Sunday Sport rides, about 14-15mph. No-one will get dropped and we’ll regroup at the top of hills and major junctions.

This month’s route is Norwood Edge and back (45 miles). 1 major climb (Norwood Edge) and nice, quiet backroads the whole way. Café stop at Bean Loved in Skipton after the ride.

See you there!

Club meeting, 9th November

The next club meeting will be 7.30PM on Sunday 9th November, in the upstairs function room at The Narrowboat, Skipton.

Got something for the agenda? Please email the Club Secretary on simonlerp at gmail dot com by Wednesday 5th November. Agenda will go out on Thursday 6th.

All welcome. Grab a pint, head upstairs and get involved.

Kit ready to order

Last order date is 31st October 2014 then order will be processed. There is a 6 week lead time and kit will be delivered to Fit for Purpose for collection.

Place your order and pay online through the Milltag SCC kit site.

There are a range of men and women jerseys for sizing at Fit for Purpose; sizing seems more realistic than Giordana (i.e. more generous) and there is a sizing chart.

Please see the brochure Milltag brochure for kit descriptions.