The KLCC evening 10 time trial had a favourable wind and temperature for the 23 riders that took part on Wednesday last week.
Times as follows: M Senter 22.14, J Vieira 23.20, S.Hardy 23.47, D. Guppy 24.27. M. Thomas 24.36, D. Webster 24.38, J. Senter 25.05, S. Light 25.07, J. McRann 25.16, I. Kidman 26.35, C. Levy 26.46, S. Walduck 27.21, D. Sennett 27.25, I. Reeve 27.29, S. Howling 27.50, G. Costick 28.21, M. Lo 28.52, J. Brooks 28.53, F. Hall 29.06, Peter Barber 31.31 and M. Frary 33.28.
Starting last week, many riders came along to the KLCC Thursday training/social rides. These start from The Sandboy Public House at Bawsey every Thursday evening and cater for all abilities, riding in suitable speed-determined groups at the pace of the slowest rider making this inclusive for all abilities from beginners, medium to fast groups.
Requirements are a front and rear light, a cycle helmet, pump and spare inner tube. Rides go out from 6.15pm throughout the spring until late summer. Meet in Sandboy car park.
Saturday, May 2 sees the KLCC Open 10 mile TT with headquarters and signing on at Tottenhill Village Hall. First rider off at 2pm.
Refreshments will be from KLCC who could expect in the region of 80 riders participating from KLCC and other clubs.
Ladies Breeze rides are commencing next month following the success of last year, encouraging ladies of all abilities to enjoy a social ride together with KLCC Breeze Network.
Organiser Annie Thompson is the contact on 07577413928. KLCC has many lady riders in the club who compete in sportives time trials and ride socially with the club and have progressed through from the Breeze rides network
Plans have been prepared for the KLCC Road Race in October bringing the excitement and spectacle of seeing road racing back in West Norfolk again. This event is being sponsored by West Norfolk Insurance and The Insurance Office. More information to follow shortly.
For more information see www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk