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UK Sports Young Coach of the Year PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Thursday, 03 December 2015 22:09

This year has been full of amazing individual performances and achievements by club members that you will have seen on these pages. This week we saw something amazing from someone who started out their cycling in the Rascals, racing in club colours and then moved on to coaching in the Rascals and elsewhere. He has been named UK Sport Young Coach of the Year. Well done Andy Pink



Last Updated on Thursday, 03 December 2015 22:12
Announcement: Rascal Awards Scheme PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rex Shorey   
Friday, 13 November 2015 22:38

The Charlotteville Rascals volunteer coaching team are proud to announce the Charlotteville Rascals Awards Scheme

The Charlotteville Rascals Awards Scheme has been devised to provide a progressive pathway for the aspiring young cycling Rascals. Rascals will be encouraged to progress though the awards scheme with the aim that they get the most out of their cycling both socially & competitively.

Rascal Award Pins


Go-Ride Clubs, like the Charlotteville Rascals, are the foundation layer of the British Cycling Performance Pyramid. The Rascals Award Scheme has been conceived to give capable committed Rascals a pathway to the next levels in the British Cycling Performance Pyramid, Area Cluster Sessions & Regional Schools of Racing.

For more information please visit the Charlotteville Rascals Awards Scheme pages here

Last Updated on Friday, 13 November 2015 22:51
Charlotteville Club Hilly - The Revenge - 20th September PDF Print E-mail
Written by tingtong   
Sunday, 08 November 2015 21:02
Rider Club Time
Loveday/Wood 33.01
M Butler 34.10
Curry/Batchelor (tandem) 34.36
Morton VC Meudon 33.29
Ray 35.31
Hopwood/Barnes 29.14
Heath 34.08
Arthur 35.52
Brown 38.12
Saunders 30.56
Parfitt 30.16
L Smith Nunn Sigma Sport 30.05
R Smith Team Moore 29.04



Last Updated on Sunday, 08 November 2015 22:02
Charlotteville CC Club Hill Climb - 4th October PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Sunday, 04 October 2015 13:17
Pos. # Name Club Time
1 8 Ben Hopwood Charlotteville CC 03:02.81
2 12 Darren Heath Charlotteville CC 03:25.88
1 Mark Gray London Dynamo 03:29.51
3 11 Harvey Phillips Charlotteville CC 03:31.40
2 James Griffin Kingston Wheelers CC 03:32.84
4 5 Ieuan Woods Charlotteville CC 03:35.38
5 6 Daniel Loveday Charlotteville CC 03:36.03
13 Gavin Morton VC Meudon 03:39.73
6 10 Simon Bromfield Charlotteville CC 03:52.55
7 16 Ed Deason Charlotteville CC 03:58.55
8 9 George Elliott Charlotteville CC 03:58.86
9 15 Matthew Butler Charlotteville CC 04:00.07
7 Lillian Choy London Dynamo 04:15.54
10 18 Paul Batchelor & James Curry (Tandem) Charlotteville CC 04:39.40
11 14 Jill Prabucki Charlotteville CC 05:01.10
12 3 Robert Keiller Charlotteville CC 05:01.99
13 17 Chris Ellis Charlotteville CC 05:22.33
14 4 Emma Keiller Charlotteville CC 05:37.00
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 12:37
UCI World Cycling Tour Finals - a report PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 10:14

Many thanks to club member Anthony Roberts for this report from his recent experience at the UCI World Cycling Tour Finals in Aalborg, Denmark. Hopefully we will have some more reports from other members soon. If you've been on a cycling adventure let us know about it...


Closed road sportives or races are rare so when the first Tour of Cambridgeshire was announced I signed up quickly. This was before knowing the event was a qualifier for the UCI World Tour event in Denmark. On June 7th 2015 I travelled up from Guildford and met a couple of friends from London Phoenix Cycling Club, the 136km course was flat as a pancake. Flat and fast. Gaining less than 700m of climbing across the course the speeds remained high averaging at 36kph for the duration. Qualification turned out to be fairly relaxed, with the top 25% of riders in each age group qualifying for the Denmark race.

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Having received confirmation of my qualification, I and a friend decided to make the trip to Denmark, for experience and fun if nothing else. Aalborg is not the easiest destination in the world to get to, with most flights requiring a rather frustrating changeover at Copenhagen. Considering almost 2,000 cyclists were travelling to a small, remote town in Northern Denmark, the logistics weren't planned greatly by the organisers with very limited spaces for bikes on planes. Luckily a logistics firm stepped in and provided a transit for bike boxes at a very affordable rate, removing most stress of carrying around bike boxes or the airlines losing them!

Having arrived safely, we were greeted in Aalborg by a huge thunderstorm on the Saturday, pre-race day. A group of about 20 random riders met at 10am and headed out for a short scout of the course, this was quickly ended by giant hailstones, thunder lightening and punctures. Not ideal preparation for the race...
The pre-race meeting was in Aalborg town hall, we were briefed on all rules, doping measures, rolling feed stops, neutralised start procedures, all very formal. Denmark clearly has a relaxing way of life with all shops shutting at 1pm on Saturdays and not opening at all on Sundays, even bike shops with 2,000 potentially desperate customers.


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