IT’s AGM TIME – Wednesday 23rd January

7 01 2019

You are warmly invited to the Audlem CC AGM which will be held on Wednesday 23rd January 2019 at the Combermere Arms, Burleydam      Time is 7 for a 7-30 pm prompt start – please see the attached  AGM agenda
There will be a light bites buffet provided so please could you let me know by 19th January  whether you CAN or CAN’T make it to the meeting as it will help greatly with catering and seating arrangements


The current committee is made up of  Tim Ball Chair,  Neil Audley  Secretary,  Stephen Jones, Treasurer and Danny Yates, Membership Secretary,  Paul Mason, Kit Secretary, Dawn Heath and Jo Day Ladies Secretaries

If you are interested in joining the committee please let us know and we can give you an idea of what is involved

We look forward to seeing you on the 23rd- remember subs are due – same as usual £15 seniors, £25 family, juniors £5
Please let me know whether you can or cannot attend by e-mailing me or calling 07879676360

Many thanks




15 12 2018

Best wishes to everyone for Christmas and the New Year Santa

2018 has been another very successful year for the club and we look forward to the same and more for 2019

Enjoy yourselves and if you are riding please go carefully

Please keep an eye on the website and our Facebook page for club news and updates – our AGM will be in early/mid January and membership subs fall due on January 1st

Ride safely !!

Christmas Meal Time – Sunday 9th December

30 10 2018

Christmas time is fast approaching and we will be having a morning ride and then enjoying a festive cheers-winemeal in the late afternoon of Sunday 9th December.   We are dining at The Combermere Arms, Burleydam at 5pm which means riders will be able to get home and get changed before eating.   Partners are most welcome to come along too

Menu options and prices can be seen here  ACC Xmas Menu 2018

Numbers and space are limited so please could you submit your choices and a £5 deposit per person to Tim Ball by FRIDAY 30th November  at the latest – details on the menu (please note prices are being heavily subsidised by the club)

We look forward to seeing you on the 9th


It’s “Putting the Clocks Back Reliability Ride” Time !!!

11 10 2018

The daylight is decreasing, the leaves are tumbling and it’s time to run our annual “Putting the Clocks Back Reliability Ride” again on SUNDAY 28th OCTOBER

There will be two ride distances this year 55, and 34 miles – PLEASE NOTE – THE ROUTES WILL NOT BE SIGNPOSTED   Maps are shown below with route directions included – these will be posted at HQ with instructions for you to digest (we suggest a photo !)  or you can follow the links and print your own copy of the route + directions      There will be no printed copies given out on the day

Sign on at Audlem Scout and Guide Hall  CW3 0AH – £3 per rider –  in time for a 9-15 am roll out.    PLEASE NOTE – batches of riders will be set off at suitable intervals with NO MORE than 20 riders in each group.

Tea and coffee plus cake and biscuits after the ride

Please read the Shropshire Cycling Clubs Association (SCCA) guidelines below – this is for YOUR safety, to help maintain goodwill and for the safety of other road users

Click on the links below for a route map and direction guides

55-mile-route map and directions       Garmin Track 55 mile route

34-mile-route map and directions       Garmin Track 34 mile route

Rel Ride Route Feb 2104










Reliability rides are getting more popular and it is important for everybody’s safety a few basic principles of riding in a group are observed.

1. Please support the organising club by registering and paying the entry fee.
2. Whilst riding this event, you are representing yourself, your club, the SCCA and the sport of cycling.
3. It’s not a race; there are no prizes and no points to be earned.
4. You are responsible for your own safety and for that of your fellow riders.
5. Follow the Highway Code and respect other road users – even if they don’t respect you
6. Be courteous to drivers, horse-riders and other road users, even if they are not courteous to you.
7. Make sure that you know the route or have a map of it. Make a note of any emergency contact numbers.
8. Make sure you are self-sufficient and carry tools, spares, money, phone, wet weather gear and anything else you may need.
9. Ride no more than two abreast. Ride single file when it isn’t safe to ride in pairs.
10. Call out when you are passing someone and only ever pass on the right.
11. Point out hazards to your fellow riders and call out “Car up”/”Car back” or “Car down” when there are vehicles.
12. Try to only cross junctions when the entire group can cross. If this isn’t possible wait on the other side so that riders left behind aren’t tempted to take chances.
13. Do not use mobile phones while riding. Stop at the side of the road to make or receive a call.
14. No ‘selfies’ while on the move.
15. At least one hand on the bars at all times. No donning or removing of clothing on the move.
16. Dispose of gel wrappers or any other litter at the finish, not on the course.

With cycling getting ever more popular we need to ensure that everyone stays safe, and that we do not alienate the authorities. Although these guidelines have been produced for reliabilities many of them are equally appropriate for club runs etc.

Please remember the guidelines above and enjoy the rides.

Thank you

Good Luck…

31 08 2018

to those taking part in the Nova Raiders Charity Pedal and a Pint “Giro d’Joules” on Saturday 1st September. We have a strong turnout from our ladies section who are doing the 55 mile route – Dawn Heath, Helen, Davis, Jo Day and Jennifer Ellison – good luck girls

On Sunday we have 5 riders in the TLI Cycling, Lapierre Road League Event 7, “The Parkinson Memorial Road Race” hosted by Macclesfield Wheelers on the Siddington circuit – Bill Young, Steve Jones, Paul Mason, Steve Booth and Mike Wilson.   Have a strong ride gents

This race is pretty much the last event for the local TLI events.    Attention will soon turn to cyclocross racing where cold weather and mud are the main ingredients – bring it on!!

2018 July Series – review and results

26 07 2018

Another July Series is done and dusted – where did those 4 weeks go to?

Thanks are extended to everyone who had anything to do with the events – riders, marshals, Bike Marshals, lead car drivers, sign on team, Guides and Brownies staff for the catering, the local residents for putting up with the disruption, rider supporters, Cheshire Constabulary, West Mercia Police and fellow club members who pitched in to make it a very successful series

We must also thank the weather with 4 weeks of warm, sunny racing – that’s a first !!

Overall rider numbers were excellent and having experimented with a “block” selection system for marshalling it seems to work well and will be used again

Results for each of the events can be seen by following the links    Prize money will be sent to riders within the next few days

Event 1 results       Event 2 results    Event 3 results    Event 4 results

We wish everyone a safe and successful continuation of their racing and we look forward to seeing you back in Audlem next season

Event 3 Report and Results

19 07 2018

Event 3 of the 4 race series took part on Tuesday evening (17th)    Roadworks outside Bridgemere Garden Centre forced us to use the Lightwood Green – 3 laps this time

Thanks to all involved with the event – one more to go on Tuesday 24th – let’s hope we make it 4 out of 4 with dry sunny weather

Event 3 overall and age category results are here AUDLEM CC JULY SERIES Event 3 results