Experienced Cwmcarn with Lee T

This Saturday Lee is going to try something a little further afield. The plan is to travel down early to Cwmcarn ride the trail centre and then return home late afternoon.

Time should allow for at least two runs up to the top, with lunch in the middle. 

Cwmcarn offers some great singletracks and trails with a typical amount of welsh climbing.Lee should be able to carry a few bikes so a  bit of car sharing may be in order.

Christmas Lunch

The club Christmas Lunch will again be held at the Redhill & Reigate GC. Rides will start at the GC so that you can change before lunch. More detais nearer the time. 

An Evening with Peter King

Dorking CC have very kindly invited members of RCC to attend a talk given by Peter King (life member of Redhill CC) about his time as Chief Executive of British Cycling. should be a very good evening. Meet at Burgundy and Black in St Martins Walk Dorking. 7.30 for 8pm.

Redhill CC AGM

Redhill CCs AGM will be held on the 11th November at the Reigate and Redhill Golf Club, starting at 7.30.

The existing committee will stand down and a new one will be elected. Refreshments provided after the event.

An agenda wil be sent out nearer the time.

Return to Reigate

It'd been a while since I'd lead a ride and a while since we'd started at Reigate Hill, so it seemed about time. A smallish group meant we made good time on the trails through Walton and Headley, with the drier-than-might-have-been-expected conditions something of a relief. We were suffiiciently early to detour down White Honky, running particularly nicely albeit paid for with the winch up Minty's. Viet Cong and we were over to Norbury, through Druids Grove, absolutely brutal climb and all, then nipping up to squeeze in View to a Kill. Suddenly, alarmingly, it was time for tea.

Elephants and all that jazz

At the Drome, we decided on a new route and tea stop. I led from my usual position (aka WW! general, well behind thr front). Charl and Roger waited for me at regular intervals as I was the one that knew the route. From Turners Hill, through Ardingley to Lindifield we overlapped a London to Brighton Charity Ride; overtaking lots of overweight cyclists did my morale a world of good. Through Mascalls and along Ketches Lane took us to our detination on the jumction with A275.