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Club TT 22/07, H10/2 - Maidenhead

Rod MacFadyen’s question last week of where everyone was with such good weather was answered with 23 riders signing on for the Maidenhead course! Sunny conditions, light winds which died down as the evening progressed all made for fast times. GS Henley’s Paul Elcock set a very quick 21:13 followed by AW Cycles’ Ken Buckley with 21:36 and RCC’s Martin Cairns at 22:23.

Club TT 15/07, H25/1 - Woolhampton

The club TT at Aldermaston went ahead as planned. Roadworks were all gone, the course was in remarkably good condition and the weather was glorious. A shame therefore that the result contains only three Reading CC riders – where was everyone?

Club TT 08/07, HCC175 - Eweshot

Although slightly further away from Reading, the Eweshot course with its fast downhill start is always a good bet for a season’s personal best. Surprisingly only four riders signed on to ride, with RCCs Greg Woodford setting a very quick 20:46 followed by James Churchyard of GS Henley with 21:22 and RCC’s Paddy Ashcroft at 24:34.

Club TT 01/07, H10/2 - Maidenhead

The Old-School Time-Trial is always a popular event with riders competing on standard machines with no deep-section rims, TT-bars or aero helmets. The fourteen riders who signed on had great conditions with only a light North-Easterly breeze to contend with.

Club TT 24/06, H25/1 - Aldermaston - (Reduced to 11.2 miles)

The 25 mile TT club champs did not run after much deliberation about the road conditions, with recent resurfacing leaving loose gravel. The riders that turned up rode 11.2 miles in a two lap circuit between the Theale roundabout and Aldermaston Roundabouts.

Club TT 17/06, H25/1 - Aldermaston

A good field of 16 riders (well, 17 but 2 on a tandem) set off in warm and sunny conditions on the 25 mile TT course at Woolhampton. This event is the precursor to next week's club 25 mile championship so a chance for some to check on their form ahead of that event.