Margaret, David and I met under Greyfriars on a gloomy morning, considerably colder than it had been for the previous few days. We were a bit hesitant about setting off, given the forecast, but glad we did. A drizzly morning… Continue reading
I see that the ride to Whittington on Tuesday 6 June is quoted as being of a length i have not previously seen, being graded C but with a distance St: 40-65 miles. By what stretch of the imagination is… Continue reading
Jenny Leese had the nice idea of reproducing an article by Arthur Broadhurst, whose funeral was last week, about his long life associated with cycling. So here it is…….
Edwin has asked me to convey the sad news that Shelagh passed away peacefully (after a long struggle with her debilitating physical condition) at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital on 23 March 2017.
A service of thanksgiving to celebrate her life… Continue reading
A Shropshire Charity event is being organised to support the local efforts of the charity ‘Living with Dementia’. It is organising a number of events including a 50 mile bike ride to and from the two local hospitals, Shrewsbury and… Continue reading
Been saying that for the past two years!! During an idle winter evening, I had decided to map out a route around Shropshire that kept as close to the border as possible – turned out to be about 280ml. Also… Continue reading
15 midweek riders were treated to a free lunch of sandwiches and chips at the Sutherland Arms in Tibberton. We all agreed that this was a first for the club!. The pub has a new landlady, and she made… Continue reading
It was heartening to see a good turnout of CTC members on Wednesday to give Brian the send-off he deserved. The church was packed, and Malcolm summed up our feelings in his eulogy.
I have included the cover of the… Continue reading
4 of the midweek cyclists got out of their comfort zone Continue reading
I saw these amazing cyclist in Huddersfield recently – they were being exhibited around Yorkshire as part of Le Tour celebrations. I marvel at the vision and skill of the artist who made them … Continue reading