Links

...well they are...!

All web sites have links, and we are no exception! All links are obviously cycling related, and are here to provide you with a one-stop-shop for all your cycling needs!

http://www.cheshireclassic.co.uk/

The Cheshire Classic Ladies Road Race. Part of British Cycling’s National Series. Hosted by Weaver Valley CC.

British Cycling is the National Governing Body for cycling in Great Britain, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands, aiming to inspire participation in cycling as a sport, recreation and sustainable transport through achieving worldwide success.

CTC, the UK’s largest cycling charity*, inspires and helps people to cycle and keep cycling.

Cycling Time Trials

The National Governing Body for Cycling Time Trials in England & Wales

The aim of TLI Cycling is to provide an organised programme of safe sporting events so that all cyclists from school age to senior citizen can take part in friendly competition within their own age and ability grouping. 

The League of Veteran Racing Cyclists provides racing for cyclists who are veterans. To be eligible to join you must be 40 years of age or more; the League is open equally to male and female bike racers. Don’t worry if you think you aren’t fit enough to race – in the LVRC you are always allowed (encouraged, in fact) to compete in an older age group than your calendar age indicates. This is deliberately designed to help people get back into racing, and move up the groups as fitness starts to return.

The Veterans Time Trials Association is for anyone over 40 years of age who has an interest in cycle racing, and specifically in time trialling.

Manchester District of Cycling Time Trials. Association that organises Time Trials, principally in the ‘J’ area of the national area classification.

Sustrans makes smarter travel choices possible, desirable and inevitable. We’re a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day.


Cycling Weekly magazine is packed full of cycling news, fitness advice, product tests, race reports, interviews and expert advice.

Since its inception in 1995, Cyclingnews has grown to become the world leader on the internet for the sport of cycling. The site is the passionate cycling fan’s first port of call for news, race results, tech, live race coverage, race photography, interviews, features, diaries, video content, fitness and forums. Sister site of Bike Radar (below).

BikeRadar keeps you up to date with top reviews of the latest bikes and gear for cyclists. Check out our sections on mountain, road or beginner bikes, looking at new models and putting them through rigorous testing. All bikes are properly rated by our experts for price, strengths and weaknesses. We also check out all that’s new with bike parts, clothing, tyres and accessories to keep you informed as to what’s out there. To help all enthusiasts, we’ll impart with our years of cyclist knowledge to advise you on bike maintenance, best cycling routes and keeping up with fitness and nutrition. BikeRadar.com: from the Cycling Plus, MBUK, Pro Cycling and What Mountain Bike network.

road.cc is the UK’s number one road cycling website. More UK road cyclists visit road.cc than any other UK road cycling site, and the trade like it too. They have voted road.cc the best cycling website in four of the last five years.

FixedWheel.co.uk

A site for lovers of the fixed gear(!)

We are proud to announce that WVCC will be the organising club of the 2018 J-B @TLI_Cycling national RR Championship , to be held at Siddington on 12th August 2018

Advice required.
Just done a 1st proper run out in the converted TT bike. Most if the setup is OK but 2 things noticed.
1 - A real pull in the left shoulder making it very uncomfortable. Right shoulder fine. Do I widen the pad position on both pads or just the left one (making it less symmetrical)?
2 - Hamstrings are pulling when pedalling. Seat height comparable with Normal road position (No hamstring pain). Is this because it is a strange position I am not used to or saddle height?
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Calling any Garmin 810 expert's. My Garmin is recording rides to the divice but not uploading onto the computer or Strava. Any help or advice would be much appreciated. Many thanks ... ’Expand’’Hide’

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Welcome to new member Steve Haskew, we obviously did a good job convincing you to join us earlier this week 😜. Hope to see you soon 👍🚴😃 ... ’Expand’’Hide’

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Reminder, this weeks long ride is now to the Ponderosa. It’ll be around 85 miles with a big climb in the middle 😳. The club website still says Prees.

Short ride still to Red House Farm, Dunham.
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NOW SOLD - Track bike for sale

I bought this bike 18 months ago off the Fearon’s when I first dipped my toe into track cycling. I didnt want to spend too much at the time in case I didnt get on with it, as you all know, I do get on with it, so its time to upgrade 👍🚴😃

8.5 kg total
Lightweight frame perfect for beginners and experienced riders. Very good condition. Mostly used indoors on velodrome.
Parts:
Similar to Dolan Precursor aluminium track frame (no transfers). Alpina carbon fiber forks with drill out for front break. Chrome token chainset, stem and bars. Ambrosio alloy wheels with veloflex tyres. Selle italia saddle(very small scuff). KMC hollow pin, hollow link chain. No pedals.

I am 179cm (5’10.5”) tall, so perfect for someone around the same height give or take a bit.

If you are a regular at the WVCC track night, you will be paying about £19 a time to hire a bike and shoes, so you will soon recover your money. You may also decide to get your accreditation and ride SQT’s, in which case its a no brainer.

£250
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Upcoming Events

Feb
24
Sat
2018
10:00 Off road away day – Macc Forest ...
Off road away day – Macc Forest ...
Feb 24 @ 10:00
Likely start point is Teggs Nose car park, but I’ll put final details on here and/or facebook nearer the time.
10:00 Training Ride
Training Ride
Feb 24 @ 10:00 – 15:00
Hatchmere X rds for a 10am sharp depart.. 10:01 we’ll be gone..
Mar
1
Thu
2018
20:00 Track Night – Manchester Velodro...
Track Night – Manchester Velodro...
Mar 1 @ 20:00 – 22:00
Track cycling. The perfect opportunity to get some excellent training and experience with the club. We have a British Cycling coach that will train you and give you probably the best 2 hour workout you’ve[...]
Mar
3
Sat
2018
10:00 Training Ride
Training Ride
Mar 3 @ 10:00 – 15:00
Hatchmere X rds for a 10am sharp depart.. 10:01 we’ll be gone..

Club meeting times

Sunday runs:

10:00 - Winnington Park Rugby Football Club - see calendar for updated start times (Most runs 09:30 during the summer months)

Tuesday evening (informal - usually a small gathering!)

20:00 onwards - Winnington Park Rugby Football Club

Wednesday runs:

10:00 - Hatchmere

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