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.
Unfortunately, due to a low turnout and the building rain, it was decided to cancel the P304E championship points event last night. Good to see the riders and volunteers out, but just not practical. Thanks though to Alex Mitchell who still went to do a traffic survey. Waiting for news on the TINAT multi surface, […]
8 riders signed on for the second round of the Burley circuit, though one failed to start. Rain threatened, but riders only ended up facing a cold brisk wind. Notably, 3 riders opted for road bikes and almost filled the top places, Dan Mitchell eventually edging out Stuart Peckham. Phill Brown took his frst NFCC […]