Several club members helped to man the stand and answer questions from prospective members.
The steady flow of visitors to the stand obviously weren’t put off by the scary bunch in this photo. One new member joined on the spot (welcome to the club Mark David Hill) and there was a lot of interest, mainly centred on the group rides. Around 60 information leaflets were taken and in the words of Phil Underwood ‘I think the aim of raising the club profile a bit has been achieved. The Expo certainly appeared to be a success and it was enjoyable to view the bikes I can’t afford‘.
Congratulations & thanks to everybody that gave their time to the club, particularly to Phil for leading the project.
After disappointment due to the cancellation of the TT last week, this week Aron Kelly managed the win he’s been training for. After giving up triathlon to focus on the bike, he’s hoping to have more success this year. His partner Sonia Laurie was also fastest female, with a strong field of 5 NFCC female […]
Forget the hype of Wout Van Aert, the absence of Mathieu Van der Poel, the strength of Phillipe Gilbert and the bad form of Peter Sagan. From an idea 8 months ago, NFCC member Matt Cafferky (and Bill Mayes) tackled the event. Over to Matt in a fantastic report … here