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Nocturnal Teacake – Friday 22 June 2018

14 Jun
June 14, 2018

It’s been a while but we’re back at the best part of the year yet again, the time around the Summer Solstice.

The nights are long and golden, the leaves at their fullest and mysterious spirits gather around the Eyam stocks awaiting the arrival of the Rutland CC to perform their ritualistic crowning of the Drinking Chalice Champion!

We’ll be meeting at the Teacake meet at 7pm, heading down Grindleford and then straight up to the Eyam stocks to drink some Rum and enjoy this year’s unusual chalice entries.

Last year Gerry Acari won with a condom, it was outside the box enough to make the final and then beasted the ‘Crowd ClapOmeter’.

We now have an official Trophy so make sure you have a spare bottle cage to carry it home is case you win.

We’ll then cruise up to the Barrel pub for one then down the beautiful Abney descent, up Burbage and over the hill to the Norfolk Arms for sandwiches, chips and ale’s (see flyer attached)

Please get in touch with Brendon by email, text or Twitter for food numbers before next Wednesday and I’ll look forward to seeing you (and your wacky cups) at the Teacake next Friday.

All the best

2nd joint vice deputy ex Social Secretary,

Brendon

@BrenTyree

brendon@rutland.cc

Mens Club 25 record goes again.

29 May
May 29, 2018

Nick Latimer reduced the mens Club 25 record last Sunday taking it under 50 minutes for the first time in the Clubs history. Nick rode the Acme Wheelers Rhonda event on the R25/3H and recorded a time of 49.39.

Can anyone help ?

29 May
May 29, 2018

This photo was recently sent into us by Melvyn Hirst and it shows Mike Gadd, a leading time triallist of his day leading his uncle Harry Aspden in a two-up time trial. Melvyn thinks it was taken during the Rutland GP des Gentlemen, held on the O2 in about 1968.
If anyone can throw any light on the actual date, time and position recorded by Mike and Harry it would be much appreciated.

Ernest Keeton – funeral details

30 Mar
March 30, 2018

Ernest’s funeral will be held at 12:00 o’clock at St. James Church in Woodhouse on Thursday 19th April – Tithe Barn Lane, S13 7LL.

The service will be followed by a burial at Handsworth Cemetery for family whilst everyone else is welcome back at the Angel Inn in Woodhouse for the wake at around 1:00pm – 59 Sheffield Road, S13 7EQ.

Betty has requested no flowers but instead any donations you wish to give may be placed in a box at the church and will go to cancer research and British heart charities.

Obituary – Ernest Keeton

19 Mar
March 19, 2018

It’s with a heavy heart that I write this post to let you know that my Uncle Ernest passed away early this morning on his 95th Birthday.
Ernest was one of the last elder statesmen of the Club who has seen many changes in the Club over the past sixty years or so. He was still getting out on the bike for short rides into his eighties and then when he started to slow down a little he moved on to the turbo he set up in his spare room.
Ernest had a fall at home about 10 days ago and so has been in the Northern General Hospital since then but sadly he passed away this morning.
I will post funeral details on here as and when I know them.
Thank you,
Simon

Brad Flix film night – Friday 6th April 2018

06 Feb
February 6, 2018

Friday 6th April is the date for your diaries, 7pm onwards. It may seem a long time away but we’re going to have a film night and we or should I say Bob has had to book early. It’ll be at Bradfield Village Hall (Brad Flix) and is the Friday night before the Paris-Roubaix (Sunday 8th) so we’ll show ‘A Sunday in Hell’ or equivalent. There will be bar facilities and some sort some of food will be available as well, this might be in the form of the Porter Pizza Company or Pie Eyed who come with a van. There is a charge associated with hiring the facilities and therefore the cost will be number dependent but it won’t be very much if there are around 20 of us, even cheaper if more come.
It is also the night of the Club meeting for April so we’ll either have a short meeting there or we’ll put the meeting back a week.
We can possibly invite other clubs too to see if we can generate a bit more interest but will see nearer the time. Thanks to Paul O. for helping to sort this out and please let Bob know if you’re coming via Facebook, Twitter or email.

Annual General Meeting – 2018

21 Jan
January 21, 2018

The AGM is Friday 2nd February, 8pm at the University Arms.
Notice and agenda will be emailed out to Club members the week before.

Club Annual Dinner & Prize Presentation – 2nd December

22 Oct
October 22, 2017

Saturday 2nd December is the date for your diary for this years annual dinner and prize presentation at the Lees Hall Golf Club.
Ticket prices yet to be be confirmed but it will probably be around £17 – £18 again.
Let me know via email, tweet, text or Facebook if you’re coming and if you’re bringing your other half with you.
Further details to follow.





Mens Club 30 record broken.

20 Oct
October 20, 2017

A little belated but another Club record was broken on the 7th October when Joe Le Sage recorded a 1.02.43 taking 44 seconds off Stephen Bell’s four year old record for the 30.

Club 100 record broken

08 Sep
September 8, 2017

Well it’s taken 17 years but the men’s Club 100 has finally been beaten and this time it’s Joe Le Sage who gets his name in the Club record books. Joe rode the BDCA 100 on Saturday 2nd September clocking 3.46.36 and took a minute off Darren Otter’s 2000 record of 3.47.37