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 JULY 

 

Club Championship 7 + Interclub with RFW

Evening 25 mile TT

Tuesday 7th July

Kibworth

19:00pm

Marshalls -Dave Birch (Lead), Neil Flint, Lorna Switzer, Simon Ward, Andrew Wood

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Tour de Welland 

Whizz Kids League Rd5

Saturday 11th July

George House, Magna Park

14:00pm 

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Evening 10 mile TT

Tuesday 14th July

Kibworth

19:45pm

Marshalls - Jonathon Unwin (Lead), Julian Rathbone, Hans van Nierop,Mike Vybiral, Gary Orrigan

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Evening 10 mile TT

Tuesday 21st July

Rockingham Speedway

19:45pm

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Whizz Kids 

TBC

Saturday 25th July

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Road Races

Sunday 26th July 

9:30am 

Naseby Village Hall

Volunteers needed

please see News article 

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Club Championship Round 8

10 mile TT

'Come and try it'

5 mile TT

Tuesday 28th July

Rockingham Raceway 

19:45pm

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WVCC v RFW

There has been many sporting rivalries -Wikipedia states- 
'A sports rivalry is intense competition between athletic teams or athletes. This pressure of competition is felt by players, coaches, and management, but is perhaps felt strongest by the fans. 
Rivalries stem from various sources. Simple geographic proximity as well as frequent meetings in important games can lead to rivalries.'

In cycling terms there has been Gino Bartali v Fausto Coppi, Jacques Anquetil v Raymond Poulidor, Greg LeMond v Bernard Hinault, Obree v Boardman and more recently Froome v Contador all of these are insignificant when it comes down local pride and honour.

The annual challenge between Welland Valley CC and Rockingham Forest Wheelers will take place over 25 miles on Tuesday 7th July, 19:00hrs from Kibworth. 
May the best club win. 

Fat and skinny tyre race round-up

Matt Crabtree and Jon Durnin rode the Fenland Clarion Open 25 mile TT on the N1/25C course at Sawtry on Saturday afternoon. Conditions were hot and windy, with a strong headwind on the return leg meant that conditions were not as fast as the riders had hoped. Matt rode the distance in 01:04:10, and Jon 01:01:40.

Sarah Vigrow and her son Louis Jakobson traveled to Ixworth House near Bury St Edmunds for the latest round of the Mud. Sweat and Gears series. Heavy rain showers didn't dampen their spirits as they slipped slide to impressive results. Sarah was 2nd female veteran and Louis secured a strong sixth in juveniles race.