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Upcoming Events

Prize Presentation Lunch
17-01-2015 at 00:00 - "Halfway House" Sevenoaks, Kent.

Sydenham Reliability
25-01-2015 at 00:00 - Knockholt Village Hall.

Old Ports reliability
01-02-2015 at 00:00 - Knockholt Village Hall.

Latest Results

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

Saturday 15 4-up TTT
13-09-2014 - Q15/20 Harrietsham (7 Oaks Tri) -> Result

Saturday 10
06-09-2014 - Q10/19 Tonbridge (Sydenham) -> Result

Inter-Club Points Summary

Sevenoaks Tri-Club - 606
Sydenham Wheelers CC - 604
GS Avanti - 322

Latest News

Hill Climb & Downhill Result - posted 07-11-2014
Pete won the senior event and once again Chris Mulford takes the junior trophy. Rob won the downhill. Interesting to compare to the 2005 results HERE. Is this a case of time is not being kind to us! Pete's winning time would have netted him 8th place back then.

It was good to see other members such as Bob (timekeeping), Ed Rieu, Peter Harber and Jon Coulson also out.

Barrys Iron Man - posted 28-10-2014
Club member Barry Robinson did what many talk about but few achieve when he completed an Iron Man event in Wales on 14th September.

We are told by Barry that "The sea swim had a heavy swell and was hard work. The bike course was hilly and technical and was very well supported. I did the bike split in 6.13.45 and then hung on in the marathon which was around Tenby and finished with a total time of 13.26.34". A top result, hats off to the man!

Barry IM Wales

De Laune CC 25 Sun 3rd Aug - Q25/20 (Harrietsham) - posted 18-08-2014
Even though there was a lot of notice and promotion of this event in the end only Rob Royston and Dave Twin appeared on the start sheet for this Fred Peachy memorial event. As the club is 125 years old a lot of effort was put into the event with free water bottles for all riders and an amazing prize list. The morning was bright but a little cooler than recent weekends. The strong winds of the previous day had died down a lot, with the breeze being against you on the longest leg from Ashford to Leeds. Dave was the first of the club duo off and finished in 1.03.05 (29th). Rob rode even better on this sporting course to finish in 1.01.26 (20th). It looked like a bit of a fix as there were prizes for being closest to pre-specified times and Rob and Dave won 12.50 each for being closest to 1.01.30 and 1.03.00 respectively. The overall event was won for a third year by Kevin Tye, VeloRefined Aerosmiths in 52.46 who picked up 125.00 for his efforts.