IntroductionThe club is involved in time trialling, cyclo-cross, road and track racing, social activities, youth hostelling weekend. We provide on and off-road activities under the supervision of experienced cyclists and qualified coaches and work with local schools to deliver British Cycling Go-Ride cycling activities. If you want to ride with an experienced yet sociable band of riders, who will still wait for you if you puncture, then ride with the Icknield. Come along to one of our Tuesday evening club nights or turn up at a club run to find out more. We welcome new members whether experienced or new to the sport of cycling.The Club room at Redborne Upper School in Ampthill provides us all with a base to meet up and chat about cycling or organise forthcoming trips or events. Its also our base for our Tuesday evening time trial series.
We are a Go Ride Club. Find out what it’s about and how you can take part. Also, Icknield Road Club members can get Free British Cycling Membership. Ask our BC Secretary Ray Morgan for information about this.
Derby Velodrome Track Day
Derby Velodrome Day – Anna and Harry are organising the next trip to the Derby Velodrome from 3pm to 6pm on the 23rd of October 2016. The event includes 3 hours of coached track time with 2 coaches. FREE lunch, bike, helmet, shoe & glove hire. Prizes for the top 3 female & male winners.… Bottled water & Team photo.
All for only £34 each!!! We need 42 riders to break even and there needs to be a maximum of 48 riders. . CyclocrossShuttleworth College, Old Warden has been confirmed as the venue for the IRC Cyclocross event on the 6th of May.
Upcoming EventsThe Charity 10 mile time trial is on Saturday September 3rd. The course is the F11 at Aston Clinton. So far only 27 entries for this super fast course. Take me to the right page: HERE.
A BIG thankyou for the the Sportive
Thankyou for your support again for this years Sportive back in May 2016 This year we have managed to raise £6322.00 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and the helicopter was able to land and stayed with us for a few hours enabling everyone to meet the crew and doctors on board . We had various craft stalls and fairground rides including mini Go Carts and Bouncy Castles as well as a British Cycling Go Ride where the younger riders could practice their skills around a track. This year we also had 3 Live Bands including a Jazz Band and Salsa band from Redborne School and a local Rhythm and Blues Band with our very own Paul Taylor on drums.