adyKeymaster14 October 2014 at 21:05Post count: 134
I know it was my suggestion to all race in the Senior race but as I am spending Friday afternoon fell running in the Peaks I’m going to wimp out and race the shorter Vets race. See you all 8.00 on Sat to set up the course.JimWParticipant16 October 2014 at 07:30Post count: 328
Now be honest Kev, you’re just being kinder to El, shorter race means less mud for her to clear when she cleans you bike ! 😆adyKeymaster16 October 2014 at 20:30Post count: 134
Jim have you met my wife or ever talked to her. She thinks the Easter bunny cleans our bikes.JulesParticipant17 October 2014 at 12:11Post count: 829
Hope it goes well. Sorry I can’t be there to help this year. Where’s my G+T 😉NickBParticipant17 October 2014 at 20:43Post count: 232
Cheers Jules – just about ready now at 9.45pm Fri evening. It been raining all week so is going to be muddy!NickBParticipant18 October 2014 at 21:00Post count: 232
Good weather and a challenging course made for a great day – thanks to all the riders and especially all the fantastic support from WVCC members who gave up a full day to help out, the BC and NWCCA team who were brilliant as usual and Steph Kemp on first aid.
The event continues to grow with over 260 riders across the 5 events. An improved course and the addition of the new club banners along with the NWWCA league sponsor’s banners (Lazer Helmets) made it all look very professional I thought. Thanks also to Jack Gee cycles and the Bike Factory Chester for their sponsorship towards the prizes too.
Iain Young was placed well up in the senior event with Kev Underhill leading the Vets contingent of Tony Booth, Andy Boyle, Alan Shuttleworth and Dave HalmanAndy WoodParticipant18 October 2014 at 22:50Post count: 1066
Well done on a great event Nick! Kev C did a great job of organising marshalling points throughout the day too! Great team effort today, really big event which ran smoothly.Andrew RiskParticipant19 October 2014 at 15:18Post count: 56
Yes, excellent organisation Nick, everything went like clockwork and I heard many appreciative comments from riders as they were leaving.
Also had a quick chat with one of the commissaires at the end and he said he really likes coming to this event because it is so well organised which makes his job so much easier. Having travelled to many races with James over the last few years and seen the good, the bad and the down right ugly event organisation, I can’t agree more.
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