Entry is £7.50/hill, on a CTT entry form. Well done to everyone who rode, and to all those who continue to volunteer as this long road season starts drawing now towards a close. Here is an refresher on Pennsylvania Biking Laws and safety precautions. With the schools returning, the 27th of this season's 30 week series saw a resumption in pre-school holiday participation levels. Winners of these events receive prizes and awards at the club's annual dinner dance in November/December. But Kent Valley were clear winners this year, getting an impressive number of riders out not only for their 'home' events, but away ones too. At six miles Ben Pennance was fastest in 15:46, just two seconds quicker than 2nd-placed Isaac Webber. First off were Flo Horton & Megan Howarth, both 12 years old, riding as a 2-up & finishing in 19:15. Sunday saw our Open 25 mile time trial at Levens, organised by Club Chair Brian Kennedy (with the usual array of helpers, of course - to whom big thanks). It wasn't the fastest night, cool & blustery, but it stayed dry & for those not concentrating too hard on the effort there was a fine sunset followed by a lovely moon! At 6 miles Ben Pennance finished in 15:15, almost a minute ahead of next placed rider, the much younger William Dykes who rode to an exceptionally good time of 16:12. But let's hope - as it looks like it will - the series runs again next year, & we can get our revenge! This email address is being protected from spambots. addy23224 = addy23224 + 'gmail' + '.' + 'com'; The present Lancaster Cycling Club was founded back in 1924 and membership varies from year to year but is usually in the 50's to 60's. (But of course, a very well done to all the riders for competing, & for continuing to make this season such a success for the Club, & for local cycling generally.). Lancaster Cycling Club; Description Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Hope to see you all again next September but in the meantime you are welcome to enter any of our series of evening club time trials stretching from March to September including both of today’s climbs at mid-summer. The fastest girl was Megan Howarth in 6:32. And as ever, full results (though not in finishing time order) are below. There are also awards made to the most improved novice, most meritorious ride of the year and the keenest young member of the club.Anyone of any age is eligible to join the club and subscriptions are currently free for juveniles (under 16) and juniors (under 18) and £15 for all seniors. Keeping you on the track. The top 5 at 2 miles: Max Davies, 6:21; Ethan Yates, 6:39; William Statham, 6:44; Ben Greenep, 6:50; & Pippa Darlington, 7:08. var addy_text23224 = 'davehorton1967@gmail.com '; Cycling in Lancaster, CA Find Things to Do Near You Activities; Tips & Training Cycling Activities Near. Members ages range from early teens to well past retirement age. The fastest woman was Louise Goddard in 28:22, and Jim Lawley once more triked successfully around Salt Ayre's bends to 34:39. He was followed by Ian Sibbert & Adrian Dalgleish in 22:16 & 22:24 respectively. Lancaster Bicycle Club Code of Conduct . Racing, Timetrials, Training and Touring. The AAVC Mission To develop cycling skills and fitness of our members and promote the sport of cycling in the greater Ann Arbor community. No doubt there were plenty of personal bests, including amongst LCC riders. Lancaster, CA. In 2012 we had 975 individual rides recorded; in 2013 this increased to 1118 and increased again in 2014 to 1263. Or simply come along & cheer the riders up the steepest sections! We will be back next year and if you enjoyed today’s events please tell your club mates and help our event to grow. Some excellent times were set as the day slowly disappeared into darkness, and a few Personal Bests broken - so very well done to all concerned! An incredible 18 of the 28 riders broke the 18 minute, 20 mph barrier. Another 78 last night, taking the overall figure of time trials at Salt Ayre this season above 2000 - stunning! //