Bromley Cyclists – Bromley Members of the LCC
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Raucous laughter filled the Black Horse last night as Linda showed us the Fenton You Tube video. You know when you just laugh because someone else is laughing – well at the point when most people in the pub were … Continue reading
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Spencer Harradine who has been our Borough Coordinator since 2011 has let us know that he will not be standing for re-election at our Annual General Meeting on 13 March. The group and in particular the members of the Management … Continue reading
80% of the riders tonight were ladies again, maybe because it had turned colder and our main man had the dreaded ‘man flu’, what us girls would call a slight cold. Off we headed in the direction of Hayes and … Continue reading
Pink gin is obviously not as popular as it once was. The barmaid looked at me blankly when I asked for a drink my daughter let me try the other day which was fantastically refreshing and I am sure also … Continue reading
Our first weekday ride of the year but hopefully the first if many. There was seven riders today for a little ride around the parks and recreation grounds of the borough. This was nothing too strenuous and was a circular route … Continue reading
Where have all the men gone. 100% ladies tonight on our ride, who says there is a shortage of lady cyclists, not in Bromley anyway. A light rain was beginning to fall as we left Bromley South Station for our … Continue reading
This was going to be a cold one. I had put so many clothes on that by the time I had cycled to Bromley South I was over heating. So what has happened to all the men, sitting at home … Continue reading
We now have the date for the next Adult Cycling Course. This will commence on Saturday March 18th at 10.am at Norman Park. (Hook Farm Lane entrance). It will run for 5 weeks and each session will be up to two … Continue reading
As usual we met at Bromley South Station at 7.30 for our weekly ride. Again the girls outnumbered the boys as nine of us set off in the direction of West Wickham. John was leading tonight so we knew there would … Continue reading