A fine Autumn morning greeted riders as they lined up for the Rye Wheelers Championship “15”, held in conjunction with the Kent VTTA event at Bethersden on Sunday 2 October. Continue reading The Sprocket Page
Wheelers Awards Dinner
It was a night of celebration and award giving at Rye & District Wheelers Annual Dinner and Prize Presentation at the Royal Oak Rye Foreign on Thursday 8 November.
Principal race stars among the men, were Nick Wilson, Steve Gooch, Barry Goodsell and Hill Climb specialist, Alan Thynne. Continue reading Two Great Long Distance Champions
Raise your glasses and toast some of the best women cyclists the Rye Club has ever produced. Emma Cutler, Rebecca Wilson and Julie Bryant were placed first, second and third in the gruelling Kent Cycling Association’s 12 Hour Time Trial Championship held on Kent roads on Sunday 2 September. Continue reading Rye Wheeler’s Ladies Dominate Kent 12 Hour Women’s Championship
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY RYE WHEELERS IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT
Only the best 40 teams in Britain are selected to ride in the National Team Time Trial Championship. The Rye & District Wheelers Team of Steve Gooch, Barry Goodsell and Nick Wilson found their names on the sheet when the order of start was officially announced. Continue reading Outstanding Performance
RYE WHEELERS TAKE ON THE CREAM OF KENT
KCA 25 MILE TEAM TIME TRIAL
Eight teams of three riders were entered for the Kent Cycling Association’s Ladies 25 Mile Team Time Trial, run on a Romney Marsh course in March. Continue reading Wheelers Race to Wedding
Steve & Bronwen are the Champions
Rye Wheelers 50 Mile Time Trial Championships
On an almost perfect morning the 2010 Rye & District Wheelers 50 Mile Championship (incorporated in the VTTA “50”) was keenly fought out on a Romney Marsh course.
17 riders, thirteen men and four ladies, took the starter’s signal and rode off at minute intervals. They were cheered on by other club members and cyclists from other clubs scattered around the course. Continue reading Rye Wheelers “50” Championship 2010
Peer Support Scheme
A rather exciting development in September at Thomas Peacocke Community College was the introduction of our Peer Support Scheme. At the beginning of the term, some senior students were selected to provide a whole school listening service. These senior students are receiving on going training in listening, counselling and mediation skills and will gain the Duke of Edinburgh Silver sectional certificates in Community Service and Skills for their efforts at the end of the year. Continue reading News From The TPPC