Cycling uk north hampshire agm

Time and date: 2pm on Saturday 26th October 2019.

Location: Medstead Village Hall, Roe Downs Road, GU34 5LG. Grid reference 659359.

Please arrive from 1.30pm for a prompt 2pm start. Tea, coffee and cake will be available before the proceedings start. We aim to finish by 4pm.

There will be a led ride from Alton Community Centre to the venue, arriving in time to enjoy some refreshments beforehand. The ride will leave at 12 noon.

Please come to find out what’s been going on and to take the opportunity to have your say in the club’s future. All committee posts are up for re-election, and while we have volunteers for all the posts anyone is welcome to put themselves forward for election. For more information please contact Frank or Richard.

Pace-Judging & Freewheeling competition results

Our annual pace-judging and freewheeling competition recently took place under a cloudy sky with ten cyclists taking part. Congratulations to the winner Robert, and thanks to all who came along and supported the event. We enjoyed tea and cakes afterwards at Nosh Cafe, Four Marks, where Dan the organiser presented prizes to the runners-up Bill and David.
More photos of the event will soon be available to view under the Photo Gallery tab.

Bike ride in memory of Malcolm

Ten Alton riders gathered recently for a repeat of last year’s successful ride in memory of former club mate Malcolm Seal. A hilly route favoured by Malcolm was chosen, and like last year’s ride, the weather on the day was extremely hot.

The cyclists were joined on the ride by Malcolm’s son Graeme, and afterwards his wife Maureen met the group for tea at Gilbert White’s in Selborne.

Cycling UK North Hampshire AGM

Our AGM took place recently, and 23 local members attended.  The above photo shows our Chairman Frank presenting Pete with the Mike Wilson Tankard for winning the pace-judging and freewheeling competition.

We were pleased to be able to welcome Julie Rand from Cycling UK head office in Guildford to our AGM.  She gave a very interesting talk on some of the new initiatives that Cycling UK is undertaking towards its aim of getting more people cycling.

The officers elected for the forthcoming year are as follows:

Chairman – Frank Pote

Secretary – Richard Care

Treasurer – Mark Beauchamp

Membership Secretary – Richard Care

Welfare Officer – Kaye Hicks

Website & Publicity Officer – Bob Bending

Alton Rides Co-ordinator – Janice Montgomerie

Basingstoke Right-to-Ride Representative – Heather Rainbow

 

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