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She may be new to the club but Marcie has already had an impact – Read on to find out more

 

Q. When and what made you start cycling

A. I started cycling in May 2017 as part of rehabilitation after a knee operation. The surgeon advised no running going forward if I could help it but that cycling is pretty good for knees. So I bought a road bike and off I went!

 

Q. What sort of riding do you enjoy

A Chat With David Ferris - Possibly The Clubs Most Improved Member Since Covid

 

Q. When and what made you start cycling.

A. I started cycling when I was in my 20’s and my go to route was a 30 mile loop around Windsor Great Part and Virginia Water. That was hard work on a Reynolds 501 with downtube shifters.

A busy Sunday for MDCC

What a busy morning it was for Maidenhead and District Cycling Club, as 33 people arrived at 0830 at Braywick ready to head out for a club ride, and our 30 mile time trail at 10am on the H29/18 course.  

 

Meet Deaneo - But where did he come from?

Q. You have been a member of MDCC for a relatively short time. What is your cycling background?

He has been known to sleep in ditches! - Meet Mike Henley

 

Q. When and what caused you to start cycling?

A. I grew up at a time when all children cycled!  I regularly cycled to school (2 miles each way) from the age of 12.  Age 18 I spent one year living with parents 30 miles from university, and cycled that a few times a week.  My first "serious distance" ride aged 19 was Dudley to Dawlish (~200 miles).

10tt on 13th August H10/10 Drift Road - Information

We have got a large field of about 50 riders..

We will email out a start list around Wednesday lunch time with your number and start time.  This is likely to be based on the order the emails are received. Last week I received a serious complaint from Bird Hill Golf club, which I am currently addressing as the person responible for suggesting parking thier without formal approval.

Other points to note:

Meet the man who can get lost leaving the Car Park! - Stu Aukland

 

 

Those of you who ride with the faster group will have met Stu, well most of us know the view of his posterior! Stu seams to spend hours on the front of the group pulling us around, or perhaps that should say making us suffer. Read on to find out more about him:

 

Q. When did you start and what made you start cycling?

Meet MDCC's Chairman - Andrew Payne

 

Andrew is one of the clubs longest serving active members, and has been part of the Sunday morning fast group longer than anyone else. Often referred to as the metronome, due to his smooth riding style, you will regularly see him at the head of the group nearly always in cut offs or shorts, no matter what the temperature. Read on to find out more about Andrew:

 

Q. When did you start and what made you start cycling?

We speak with the club's European Champion - David Dyer

 

Most of us know about David's cycling exploits, but do you know he was last year's European Duathlon Champion in his Age Group? Read on to find out more about one of the clubs key committee members:

 

Q. When did you start and what made you start cycling?

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