Rugby Racing Cycling Club
Diary Dates --->>>
Next Committee Meeting
9th March 2020.
Mallory Park TTT
Monday 6th July 2020.
Rugby RCC Open 10
Saturday 25th July 2020.
RCC Awards Evening
Please note that helmets & rear lights are compulsary for all riders in our club TTs. Front lights are recommended.
Membership & TT Entry Fees
We've kept our fees frozen for 2020, possibly the lowest membership fees for a cycling club we know of. Full membership is £10, or £5 for retirees, even less for some students. You can pay anyway you like, with PayPal being the most popular. You don't need a PayPal account, just click on PayPal at the top of this page.
Entry fees for our club TTs are £3.50 per ride, with £4 for private trials. We subsidise U-18s still in education by charging £2 per ride. From these entry fees we pay a levy of £3 per ride to the CTT. See Fees for more information. Full membership is £10 or £5 for retirees, so you can pay any combination of these with a single payment up front to cover membership, a season's TTs (£59) and refreshments (£4).
As announced at our Awards Evening we have transferred to NoPinz as our clothing supplier. This will allow members to order clothing direct, thus eliminating the need for the club to carry expensive stock. Just go to the NoPinz website to view our kit. To order you will need a password, contact Ollie BIlling on email@example.com
As we move from Endura to Nopinz we are selling off our stock of Endura kit at a 30% discount. Go to Discounted Clothing to see what's available. To purchase any of these items contact Ollie BIlling on firstname.lastname@example.org
The new booking system has a facility to send out an email message to all our members. This is a useful feature, but unfortunately email hosts have tightened up their systems to block 'phishing' emails. Sometimes these will be identified as spam or blocked altogether. Thus our messages which contain 'bookings.rugbyrcc' incur this treatment. The lesson is to check your Junk folder regularly.
Road Bike definition
With TT bikes getting quite expensive many people are looking at road bikes as a separate category in open events, and it's a less expensive way to get into the sport. Rugby RCC include a road bike category in our open TT on 25th July. We have agreed on the following definition which coincides with the CTT's definition & is based on Aerocoach's suggestions:
1. No aerobars, clip on aerobars or aero extensions to be used
2. Hands must be holding the handlebars at all times whilst racing (ie. not with forearms resting on the handlebar)
3. Wheels must have a minimum of 12 spokes each, and have a maximum rim depth of 65 mm
4. Helmets to have no visor
5. Ears must not be covered by the helmet (Giro Aerohead helmets are not permitted)
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The AGM was held on Tuesday 4th February. A few small changes to the committee .
New booking system goes Live!
Despite a few early teething troubles the new system is now operational. For an explanation go to booking system to see how it works. If you've read the message and are ready to go, then click on the link to 'Club TT Bookings' at the top of this page
All riders in Rugby RCC Club events should wear a helmet and have a working rear light. The rear light is now compulsary in ALL CTT events. Also we strongly advise the use of a front light, though not compulsary, The club will have a couple of spare lights available to anyone who forgets. Anyone not conforming will not be able to ride.
Results of Club 50 TT held 8th Sepember
It was a win for Oliver Billing on the K10/50 course at Princethorpe. Go to Results for all the details, or you can go to Results Index to see an index to all ourevents. Go to Tables to see the final points, or a separate listing of the Vets (& Women's) tables. As this is the last opportunity before the engraving takes place, send any challenges or questions to email@example.com
Season's Vet on Standard results have been calculated, based on best 4 x 10s and 2 x 25s, with 16 riders qualifying.
Index to results of Previous Years updated
Results of Rugby RCC Open 10 - Saturday 27th July 2019
Our open 10 resulted in a win for James Garrett of Rugby Velo and Linda Hubbard in the womens category. There was rain throughout the morning which eased just before the start, but by then many competitors had decided not to ride. There were 45 starters, with 62 opting out, but the event went ahead and everyone finished safely. Go to results for all the information, including pictures of the winners of the mens and womens events.
Results of Interclub event - Friday 21st June
It was another win for Rugby Velo by a margin of 1:43 to bring the score to 11-6 in favour of Rugby RCC. Go to Interclub Results to see all the times and go to previous years to see the history of the event.
Results of MalloryPark 3-Up Team Time Trial Monday 8th July
A enjoyable event and the weather held firm. Go to TTT Results to see the times for all 27 teams that took part.
We've gathered up all the technical atticles we've posted in recent years and put them together on one page. Go to technology to remind you what you could be doing.
The Committee decided to restore the role of Club Captain and asked Dave Elliott to take this on. Read Dave's message to our members.
Riding Open Time Trials
You may not have ridden an open event and are wondering what's involved and how to enter. Go to riding open TTs to find out more.
Club Committee & Volunteers
We aim to raise its profile of the club and the committee should be more identifiable. We've started this process and hope to expand it to include volunteers and helpers who are so essential to the running of the club. Go to committee to see how this page is progressing.
( Left after club time trials )
A blue (Met) cycling helmet
A black T-shirt with Rugby Triathlon 2010 logo,
A pair of black & grey 'Madison' gloves
A grey hooded-top
Two pairs of sun glasses
Can you be seen?
No apologies for repeating this message from last year. Gloomy evenings show many riders would benefit from a front light. Timekeeping at the finish reinforces this message and it's easy to see how an oncoming motorist could miss a cyclist travelling in the opposite direction. Modern lights don't add much weight and could save a big repair bill, (or even your life). We have spare lights which riders can borrow if they forget.
We now have hooded tops, with club logo embroidered, available in S, M, L, XL & XXL at £16 each. Here's our polo shirts, with club logo embroidered, available in S, M, L & XL at £10 each.
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