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Evening 10
30-04-2015 at 18:45 - Q10/18 Polhill (GS Avanti).

Saturday 10
09-05-2015 at 07:15 - Q10/19 Tonbridge (7 Oaks).

Evening 10
14-05-2015 at 19:15 - Q10/26 Brands Hatch (Sydenham).

Latest Results

Sydenham Open 25
12-04-2015 - Q25/20 Harrietsham -> Result

April Fools 10
28-03-2015 - G10/38 Sundridge (Sydenham) -> Result

Hill Climb & Downhill Comp
26-10-2014 - Ide Hill -> Result

Inter-Club Points Summary

Sevenoaks Tri-Club - 35
Sydenham Wheelers CC - 28
GS Avanti - 15

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SCCU Weekend Of Sporting Events - posted 24-03-2015

10 held Saturday 21st March 2015 on G10/46 course.
It was a cold windy morning that welcomed the riders to the first part of this sporting weekend. With a headwind on the hilly section of the course slowing times up. The two Sydenham riders present put in very respectable performances. Richard Birtwhistle 25.37 (13th) picking up wine (value £5) for being the fastest vet between 55-59. Robert Royston did a 26.40 (20th). The overall event was won by Chris McNamara, Pedal Heaven in 22.24.

25 held Sunday 22nd March 2015 on G25/43 course.
The 25 course was more or less 3 circuits of the previous days 10 course. The wind again having an effect on the hilly section. Mark Newton (2nd claim) was the best placed of the club representation finishing in 1.02.19 (11th). Robert Royston came in with 1.09.47 (30th), Derek Taylor 1.12.38 (40th) and Bob Loader 1.34.14 (54th). It was Bob’s turn to pick up wine (value £5) for being the fastest vet between 80-84. David Twin did not start due to back problems. The overall winner of this one was John Dewey, Dorking CC in 57.05.

East Surrey Hardriders 27.25 08/03 on GS491E - posted 10-03-2015
The shortened course from last year remained for the 51st year edition of this local classic. An incredible 9 first claim and 2 second claim members were down on the start sheet, unfortunately on the day Paul Delicata and Peter Harber had to send their apologies due to illness. Bright weather with much lighter winds than the previous day is what greeted all those that did start. As the event went on the temperature also began to rise. The placing were as follows:
15th – Mark Newton (2nd claim) - 1.06.27
20th – Peter Mahoney - 1.07.19 – New TT bike paying dividends as we have all been telling him for a few years!
36th - Richard Birtwhistle - 1.10.56 – Believe he had a late start.
45th – Richard Hill - 1.12.29
46th – David Twin - 1.13.00
53rd – Robert Royston - 1.16.02 – Had a cap from his tri-bar snap early on, which resulted in having to ride in the saddle all the way round holding one bar to the other in a mono bar set-up.
65th – Ed Rieu - 1.20.01
72nd – Gary Smith - 1.33.32 – Had late start and was also suffering from running 16 miles the previous day as part of his marathon training.
73rd – Bob Loader - 1.36.10 – First outing on new TT bike.
The overall winner was Chris McMamara – Pedal Heaven in a time of 1.00.16.

Happy New Year Everyone - posted 05-01-2015
Hope everyone had a good Christmas and New Year. Wishing everyone safe and fast rides for 2015. Don't forget in addition to using this website to stay up to date with what is going on in the club you can also follow on us on Twitter for the latest on group rides, events and results. The first club event of the year will be the Reliability on the 25th. Hopefully we will be blessed with good weather and a good turnout. Help is needed as always so please contact Pete to get yourself involved.