Subscriptions for 2022 are now due

      It's that time of the year when club membership subscriptions are due. Payment can be made via PayPal or by visiting the club house on a Monday evening from 7:30pm and paying by cash or cheque. For information on membership renewal or to apply or change your current details please click here

Upcoming Events

May
10
Tue
all-day May trip to Majorca
May trip to Majorca
May 10 – May 19 all-day
The May unofficial SCC trip to Majorca.
May
19
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
May 19 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]
May
26
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 25 mile TT (signing...
Southport CC 25 mile TT (signing...
May 26 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 25 mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19:00 at  Mere Brow Village Hall. First rider off at 19:01 . Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE[...]
Jun
2
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Jun 2 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]
9:00 pm QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE RIDE – ...
QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE RIDE – ...
Jun 2 @ 9:00 pm
Thursday 2nd June 2022 Meet:- Criffel Stone 9am. Tarleton Lower Lights 9.30am. Bottom of Church Brow, Walton le Dale 10.10am. Approx 70 miles. A few lumps and bumps. Coffee at Potters Barn Route:- https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39103659
Jun
9
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Jun 9 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]
Jun
16
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Jun 16 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]
Jun
23
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Jun 23 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]
Jun
29
Wed
6:00 pm Southport CC 25 mile TT
Southport CC 25 mile TT
Jun 29 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 25 mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19:00 at  Mere Brow Village Hall. First rider off at 19:01 . Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE[...]
Jul
7
Thu
6:00 pm Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Southport CC 10 Mile TT
Jul 7 @ 6:00 pm
Southport CC 10 Mile TT Signing on from 18.00 to 19.00. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. Bring your own pen. CHANGE WILL NOT BE GIVEN ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET –[...]

A tribute to John ‘Tam’ Barton by Colin Baldwin

John ‘Tam’ Barton.

The first question people ask is why the nickname ‘Tam?’.

Well in the 60’s he was a prolific master of the cyclo cross racing scene in Merseyside andJohn Barton beyond,his chosen choice of headgear was a woollen Scottish hat called a Tam o’ Shanter as opposed to today’s choice of helmet. So that was it the name stuck and he was known thereafter as Tam or Tammer.

His record as per his attached palmares speaks for itself in those years of competing he was a dominant force to be reckoned with, recording many victories and high placings.

He showed good form on the time trial races having recorded a 22 minute time for 10 miles which in that era would have been on a fixed wheel bike.. However, his forte lied with splashing through muddy fields and ditches running with a bike on his shoulder,he was in his element,usually with a wide grin on his face.

When he finally stopped racing I think it’s fair to say he enjoyed the ‘social ‘side of cycling and club life and certainly enjoyed a pint or two and good food. He was always the life and soul of the group who annually went on the club holiday to Majorca with his dry sense of humour and dry wit,a pleasure to be in his company.

At club dinners and social functions he could always be seen wearing bright red braces heading for the bar.

More recently he was a driver for Leighton Oils and if he saw you across the Moss cycling he would always flash the headlights and wave . Each time I see one of their wagons I think of Tam.

Sadly over the last few months his health deteriorated and he passed away peacefully in Blackpool hospital on January 25th.

He was a life member of the club in itself an honour for his contribution
to cycling.

He will be missed by his family,friends and club mates.

Colin Baldwin
Club President

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