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Charlotteville CC Annual General Meeting - 24th November PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Friday, 17 November 2017 22:00

The Charlotteville CC Annual General Meeting is scheduled to take place from 8pm on Friday 24th November at the Guildfordians Clubhouse, Stoke Park.

We would really like to see as many of our members there as possible in order to have their say in the running of the club and he directions that we should take.

In particular we would really like to hear from members who are interested in playing a bigger part in club life by becoming a member of the club committee or by taking on another non-committee role. Members should check their inbox or our Facebook group for more details.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 November 2017 22:09
Ride for Roly - this Sunday's Club Run (13th August) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Friday, 11 August 2017 06:35

This Sunday's club run is one 'with a difference' as it is a memorial ride to remember Charlotteville former President, Life Member and Friend Roly Masset. The ride will leave at the usual time (9am) from the Guildfordians Clubhouse in Stoke Park and head down towards the south coast through the lanes of Surrey and West Sussex. As Roly would have expected it there will be no Garmin route or other modern technology and instead Batch will be directing us via maps, compasses and the direction of the sun! 

The plan is to head to the home of our former President Derek (& Mary) who has moved down to the south coast for lunch which will be hosted at their house. Derek will be riding up to meet us for a coffee stop in Midhurst so if you are not able to make the whole ride then perhaps you can ride down with us that far before returning to Guildford. The rest of us will proceed to the south coast and then on the return leg people can ride the whole way but there is also the option to catch a train from the halfway point, Havant or Rowlands Castle. 

The full route should be approx. 90 miles (and ofcourse various options to reduce that by using the train etc.)

Guildford Town Centre Races Preview PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Legge   
Tuesday, 04 July 2017 10:45

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The Guildford Town Centre Cycle Races have been running (almost uninterrupted) since 1984 and this year the riders will be christening the fully completed relaid setts (no, they are not cobbles!) after delays almost threatened last years' event.  However, they are looking clean and fresh on the picturesque Guildford High Street with a number of former winners returning to try and retake their crown.

The Penningtons Manches Elite Criterium will see the winners of the last two events come up head to head but this time with limited team support and both riders being on new teams.  Rory Townsend (BIKE Channel Canyon) will be looking to retain the title ahead of Alex Paton (Madison Genesis) who won the previous year in 2015.  However, there will be a number of teams looking to ensure that the former winners don't have it all their way including a strong line-up from the Nuun-Sigma Sport-London team which include another former winner in Justin Hoy who won the event back in 2003! (sorry to mention that Justin).

Meanwhile, the women's race (to which promoting club Charlotteville CC put their name) also see's last years' winner Mathilde Pauls (SigmaSport.co.uk) return to Guildford with opposition including Jessica Finney (Portsmouth North End CC) and Sophie Edmondson (The 5th Floor Cycle Club) who filled the top two places at the inaugural Farnham Town Centre Races just last weekend.

The big event in local amateur racing circles is the Cycleworks Local Heroes Criterium where Farnham TCR winner Callum Middleton (Lewes Wanderers CC) will be looking for a repeat win in Guildford.  However, it would be difficult to look past Paul Hopkins (Merida Factory Racing) as a favourite for the title given that Hopkins only races a few times on the roads each year (usually favouring muddier terrain) but he won the support event in back in 2002 and four more times since then with a second place last year.

Over one hundred 6 to 16 year olds across a number of age categories will take to the start line for the Hamptons International Youth Criteriums for the first events of the evening.  These are usually the highlight of the cycling year for these young riders, many of whom progress on to be bigger names in cycling as they get older.

The racing is free to watch to all spectators and starts just after 6pm until 9pm.  Please come down and suppport the riders and see what local bike racing is all about.

You can also download a spectator rider list from here or pick up a copy on the night.


Hamptons International Youth Criteriums
6.15pm - U8 (Youth E)
6.25pm - U12/U10 (Youth C & D)
6.40pm - U16/U14 (Youth A & B)

Cycleworks 'Local Heroes' Criterium
7.00pm - 3rd Cat Only (Regional B)

Charlotteville CC Womens Criterium
7.30pm - E/1/2/3

Penningtons Manches LLP Elite Criterium
8.00pm - E/1/2 (National B)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 July 2017 22:06
19 July - Evening Ten Cancelled PDF Print E-mail
Written by James Curry   
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 15:36

This evenings ten is cancelled as Ash Road has been shut due a spillage of some sort of lubricating substance!

Sorry for the late notice


James Curry

Last Updated on Friday, 28 July 2017 21:26
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