Club Gazette Autumn 2010

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Issue No.3 Autumn 2010



As Autumn approaches – rides get shorter, its time to reflect on the club members achievements the mammoth task Bryn Tully and family performs in running our prestigious open time trial event. Despite “staff shortages’ our racing riders Bryn and Richard Tully. Lamonn Croke, plus on the track Geraldine Glowinski rode several very competitive races.

It is on the “leisure” rides our best attendaoces base been achieved – as many as thirteen riders under Captain Jeremy Hammond’s or V cc Captain Brian Penny’s leadership round the delights of Surrey, Sussex and Kentish lanes.

Riders 4

The new departure (after our 2007 charity event that John Dadson master minded for St. Christopher’s Hospice) has been two groups riding to raise funds for Cancer Charities under the blessing of last year’s AGM agreement. The “Picos” team of Des, Luke and Tom to Spain and Gina and Duncan’s Lands End to Joitn O’Groats ride in aid of the “Pelican Cancer Trust” ‘ the club members and friends gave very generously and the gift aid contribution boosted the final total. Gina’s report is printed in full in this issue and I’m holding Des. Luke and Tom’s epic adventure Over to the Christmas Issue. However this issue has a racing round up and result of the map reading event.

On a personal note- three quarters of my was through a cycle tour to Suffolk and Norfolk to visit Vice President Norman Greig and his wife Betty. I became rather unwell, the outcome of which I will be going into Hospital by the time this edition “hit’s the newsstand”.

To end on a brighter note – a consortium of “older members” have gifted to the club a batch of the much sought after circular club cloth badges to be sent to all active riders (leisure and racing) in the hope of raising our profile around the area (and maybe a discount in “Cycle Plus” if they think it’s the Addiscombe badge!!!) After the initial issue to active riders, any badges left can be purchased at £3 each – so wear your club badge with pride.

Lastly a reminder to all members the AGM is to be held on November 7th 4p.m. at Lower Barn Road. Please make every effort to attend. Any items for the agenda to Hon. Secy. John Dadson at 23A Sangley Road, South Norwood SE25 6QT




As promised in the last Gazette – the result of the Map Reading Exercise from Issue No. 1 was as follows:

3rd Place . John Dadson
2d Place – Dave Baldock
1st Place – John Turnbull

My thanks for all who took the trouble to return their entries. The winner will be presented with the trophy at the Club Supper. To meet the enormous demand I’m looking to another exciting and expensive in colour competition next year. Editor


2010 Gina and Duncan’s adventure bike
ride 1065 miles in 14 days

Gina & Duncan

Some other Anerley BC riders from the past to complete the Lands End to John O’Groats epic.
(Apologies to the others, but no photos – Editor)



So what has ben happening on the racing scene this year?
Well the Tullys continue to fly the Anerley banner and I believe Eamonn has also pitted his skills against the stop watch.  So here are the results for the first half of the season (Whilst Geraldine Glowinski graces Herne Hill Track events behind Derny Racing Motorcycles).

Racing Tables

More results

Finally the Anerley 50 mile Time Trial was successfully run on 8 August with 100 entrants and was won by Steve Dennis, East Grinstead CC in a record time for the course of 1:43:45.

As always, a sincere vote of thanks to all the extra, without whom the event could not take place, namely Meike and John Turnbull, June and Jack Jackson, Maureen and Keith Herbert, Des Donohoe Eamonn Croke, Sian Charlton and Jan Tully.

This page is preview of the next issue – it includes the press report prior to our Pico’s teams departure – the full story will be in next Christmas issue.



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This is a slightly edited online version of our regular printed newsletter. If you would like to contribute please contact the Gazette Editor John “Jack” Jackson BEM on 020 8689 0195. And many thanks to Jack for his continued perserverence in extracting articles, photographs and cuttings for our delectation.