Race report – Withington Wheelers 25mile TT, J2/9.
Dry, cool, even sunny in places. Definite headwind in places; ouchies!
Novices event for those riders who had never ridden a solo 25 mile TT up to the day.
Adam Darby 58:33 – 1st overall
Kirk Yearsley 1:03:01
Kevin Woodward 1:04:03
Rhianna 1:09:45 1st lady
In the main open event
Absolutely chuffed with eveyrbody; brilliant rides
Salford CC has most definitely hit the Cheshire TT scene
A few more pictures from the recent M&DTTA 10mile TT on
25th March 2017
Ride report – Salford CC hits the Cheshire Cat Sportive ride. 80 miles from Crewe via Mow Cop, Gun Hill and Wincle with feedstops at Biddulph Moor and Goostrey.
I really don’t know where to start and what to write tbh. So much fun, laughter, banter, pain, sweat and total shared achievement.
We started as a group of 10, we finished with a group of 10. We rode as a group of 10. We put many other clubs and riders to shame with a shared sense of purpose.
I’ll leave others to add their own anecdotes but all I will say was a bl**dy brilliant day out; great event, great route, great weather (if a bit cool at times and a very cheeky headwind in more places than was liked).
An absolute pleasure to ride with everyone
Whilst one group of 10 riders tackled the Cheshire cat sportive ride Barb White and Ben Smyth undertook a splinter group social ride to, err, all over the place and ended up just under 60 miles of sunny Cheshire scenery with a few detours – was defo part of the planned route wasn’t it Ben Smyth?
Race report – M&DTTA 10mile TT, J2/3, Twemlow – Chelford and back.
Dry, warm and sunny (yay). Headwind out and very busy traffic conditions which caused a few issues to riders, not only from Salford but through the whole field (downside of seeing sun for the first time this year).
Kevin Woodward 25:32
Rhianna Parkinson 27:27 – new PB
Michelle Fairclough 27:47
Adam Darby 24:42 – including an unplanned mechanical (unshipped chain)
Kirk Yearsly 25:23 – new PB
Another great outing for Salford CC and more points in the bag
Short ride report today. WET, WET, WETTER!
Three riders up and about early this morning (moi, Michelle Fairclough and Martin Ince) to do a short ride up to Sheephouse Lane to support Kevin Woodward on his (solo) ride in the UK Fire Fighters 2UP Duathlon around the Rivington – Belmont – Anglezark circuit including the infamous Sheephouse Lane and Anglezark climbs.
Started wet and breezy, finished wet and breezy but in true Sean Kelly style after getting home we’ve decided it wasn’t that bad after all.
Chapeau to Kevin for racing on such a filthy day and doing Salford CC colours proud; even spotted smiling over the top of Sheephouse when passing us. Looks like you were going well mate . No photos I’m afraid, to wet and murky and you were going too quick
Normal B/C group ride service will resume next Sunday; watch this space