Southport Cycling Club Annual General Meeting

In accordance with Rule 15 of the Club Constitution Notice of the AGM shall be posted on the Club Notice board and on the club web-site two weeks before the date of the meeting.

This Notice advises that the AGM will be held on

Monday 11th December 2017

At the Club Room, Rotten Row

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Upcoming Events

7:30 pm Practical Bike Maintenance – Mon... @ club room
Practical Bike Maintenance – Mon... @ club room
Nov 27 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
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The Bike fit event at the club h...
Nov 30 all-day
I know it’s been a long time coming but we’ve finally fixed a date. Richard from is coming to our club house on Thursday, 30th November. Every cyclist can benefit from a bike fit. In my[...]
8:00 pm Presidents Informal Forum
Presidents Informal Forum
Dec 4 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Informal forum. A chance for members to get together and exchange views, find out the latest news and upcoming events.
7:00 am Club AGM 19:00 Start
Club AGM 19:00 Start
Dec 11 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Annual Club AGM 19:00 start
9:30 am Boxing Day Time Trail
Boxing Day Time Trail
Dec 26 @ 9:30 am
Boxing Day Time Trail, 9:30 start time.
9:30 am Club Run to the Iron Men
Club Run to the Iron Men
Jan 1 @ 9:30 am
Club Run to the Iron Men. Mountain Bikes if you like 9:30 Prompt

On Yer Bike – Visiter Column – Article 82 – Ride of the Roses

Good morning fellow riders and readers thank you for all your great feedback on last week’s article, Blackpool’s ‘Ride the lights’. I would especially like to thank Mrs. Eunice Crabtree southports-new-centurians-geoff-ryan-and-glen-francis-photo-by-stu-blundell-copy(little mummy as she used to be known) for her reminiscence of Blackpool in the 50’s and early sixties. The fascinating tales of the folk that frequented Eunice’s bed & breakfast a few yards from the promenade together with the dancing, glittering ballrooms and show people that eventually became her lifelong friends were a delight. Eunice said she has always loved cycling riding to Ainsdale from her home town of St Helen’s to enjoy a picnic on the beach with her sister. Nowadays she enjoys riding her indoor exercise bike daily while watching the birds feed in her garden in Marshside chapeau!

Also this week new Southport CC riders Geoff Ryan and Glen Francis have completed there first 100 mile rides, whilst taking part in the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity’s ‘Ride of the Roses’ ‘ride. Well done guys. In the same event the mile munching madmen Stu Blundell and Chris Blake have completed another epic 100 miles not too dissimilar to the official route and are halfway to raising £200 toward the cancer charity. If you wish to give these good humoured gents a cash raising boost then please follow their link
On to other news and this week Southport CC have been gathering their youth section together to thank the Ben Gautrey Foundation for their fantastic support having each received a classy race top to keep them all motivated and smart see photo. Also news from the club is that Isabelle Mckinnon has SONY DSCwon herself a Dolan frame after being chosen as the youth’s most improved rider by the Southport Club Committee. Isabelle has this year competed in all but two of the weekly Litherland Circuit Races and has showed great stamina, tenacity and skill in securing third place overall in her age category. Club secretary and youth coach Ken Beck says that Isabelle has fast become a rider of great skill and poise and he is looking forward to seeing her continue to grow into a great ambassador for women’s cycling of the future.

Heads Up

The Sefton & District Cycling Group will be meeting on Wednesday 28th September at 11am for their once monthly ride of either 10 or 25 miles starting out from the Hightown pub in Hightown All welcome.

The Dover Cycling Fellowship are keen for new members to attend their weekly meeting at Lydiate Parish Hall in Lydiate where local rides and current cycling issues are discussed. Membership is just 50p and with this weekly subscription you can help yourself to as much tea as

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The next cycle jumble will be at the Hightown Pub on Saturday 15th October commencing at 12 noon no need to register just turn up with your saleable parts and bikes or to browse and buy.

For more stories, news or to comment please email myself Ian at