Club Run Start Times

Clock Tower Club Run - Sunday's at 0900 from Maidenhead Station Car Park

Bird Hills Club Run - Sunday's at 0830 from Bird Hills Golf Course Entrance on Drift Road

Some guests at the Clock Tower ride

We had a couple of guests from the Birds Hill Group today - which was a bit scary at first, but they were both gentle on us. Andrew and Heather joined Dave D, Pedro, myself and new member Nikki for the ride in the ridiculously mild November weather this morning. It was mild and dry, but we knew that the southerly wind was going to really pick up, and with my hip injury I needed to try and keep things reasonably flat, so we started off on a route to Windsor Great Park through Eton, Datchet and Runnymede.

Clock tower run - 18th Oct 15

I thought it was about time I started writing the clock tower runs up again! Haven't written for a while...but we have still been going out each week.

This week was fairly quiet - lots of people had events on, although none quite as exciting as Dave D coming 20th when representing team GB in the World Duathlon Championships in Darwin - he completed the 10k run/40k cycle/5k run in 2h 24m which put him 20th out of the 42 in his Age Group - amazing!

Open event Weekend 5/6th Sept and Maidenhead 1/2 Marathon

World TT Championships in Denmark Thursday 3rd

Stuart Auckland came 40th in 27:57 compared to the winner in 23:58


Sunday 5th - H25/8 A31 Bentley/ Farnham

Jon Elliott  0:59:04 - PB &1st time going under the hour.  In the afternoon he then did 1:04:52 in the club 25tt Championship.


Maidenhead 1/2 Marathon

Bike guide required for the Maidenhead half Marathon on 6th September

Hi Members,

The organisers of the Maidenhead half Marathon, have been in touch looking for a rider to be at the front of the race to make sure the path is kept clear for the leading  riders.  I did this last year with another skyride leader, but so far, I'm the only one to respond back. 

The race starts at 9.30, but we need to be at the town hall around 8.30.  Last year I did a quick recci of the 1st couple of miles through the town.

Weekend 29-31st August Open round up

Saturday 29th  - H10/8 - A31 / Bentley  Dry for the racing with a light SE Wind

Danuta 22.48 2nd lady and only 6 sec off winning

Jorj 23.05 riding fixed

Andrew 21.46 course PB

Michael 29.56 and please to be under 30minutes.


Sunday 30th - H17/10r - A420 Kingston Bagpuize.  A NE wind which isn't good.  The rain stopped for our riders

Andrew 22.43

Jon E 23.05 and a PB.


Monday 31st  -  F11/10 - A41

Clock tower run 23rd August 2015

There were 10 at the clock tower this morning, two of whom were new ladies, and it was great to see Malcolm there too, for 2 reasons - one its great to see him on the bike, and two he was happy to take our new ladies out for their first ride with the club. Dave B was on a time limit so went with the slower group too....maybe one of you guys could let us know how the 4 of you got on? That left 6 of us.

Ride London 100 results 2015

I hope everyone else enjoyed today's great ride through London and Surrey in much better weather than last year.

Times were:

Robert Attreed        4h 09m

Stuart Auckland      4h 27m

Andy Waters          4h 36m

Sebastien Burley    4h 38m

Mike Woods           4h 52m

Sarah Davies          5h 11m

H30/1 - 30 Mile Club Championship - was it by bike or Jetski???

Four club members Andrew, Jon, Tim and I, woke to a beautiful still morning, perfect conditions for a stab at a quick time and the club record maybe......

Several hours later, as forecasted, the heavens opened and everyone raced in very heavy rain, lots of standing water and huge plooms of water from passing traffic. 

Thankfully all completed the race, as did others with no serious incidents, although nearly broadsiding a Range Rover might have ruined my race, and made it back to HQ to shiver and a cup of tea.

Mike Henley's report on the recent 24 hour TT that he rode

I acknowledge the 24 hour TT is a bit of a specialist event - it attracts a lot of entries from riders who are into various endurance formats (e.g. UMCA, Audax) as well as regular TTers.  A 24 is as much about food and fluids, coping with sleep deprivation and staying comfortable in an aero position as it is power profiles.
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