We are organising an individual (1-up) TT at Mallory Park, 23rd May 2022. Entry fee £14 per rider, private entries welcome. Please read the details on 1-Up TT . To enter just go to Entry Form and add your details, then pay by PayPal using the link above.
Latest TT report - It was a win for Edward Delville-Jones on the K10/25B at Princethorpe. Go to Results for all the details, or go to Age Cats for the vets competition, or go to the Women's Cat competition. Go to Results Index to see all the results so far this season. Problems sorted, tables now updated, Go to Points for Scratch & Handicap, or the Age Categories and the Women's points.
Signing-on - it's a legal requirement to sign the official CTT form before competing. You can download the signing-on form in Word format which covers the 2022 season. Please complete and sign, then return it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or bring a paper verrsion to your first event. Remember - No form No ride!
Some minor changes to the list of 2022 events published in January. Also road works on the A428 will probably scupper the two events on the Lawford course, and we'll probably have to switch to the K11/10B Braunston course.
It's that time of the year when membership fees are due. Membership fees remain unchanged, £10 (£5 retired/unwaged). Also, to encourage more riders to pay in advance for the 2022 season we will reduce the season's TTs from £59 to £56 and include the inter-club TT and the hillclimb in the package. Covid permitting we hope to re-introduce the post-race refreshments for 2022 at £4 per season. If you've previously paid for refreshments this will be carried forward, so if your name's on the Teas list you don't have to include this. Thus you can make one payment to include membership, TTs & refreshments (if appropriate) to cover everything except special events, eg. Mallory Park, which will be costed separately. See Fees for more info. All fees can be paid by PayPal, cheque, or cash.
End of season review of our volunteering system - go to Volunteers to see how it's worked.
Rugby RCC win the inter-club hillclimb with Rugby Velo by a margin of 58 seconds.
We've now concluded our course survey - go to survey to check out the results.
A win for Rugby Velo by 31 seconds in the annual interclub event, bringing the score to 11-7 in Rugby RCC's favour. Go to Interclub 2021 to see the results, or go to Interclub Table to see the results of previous years.
Our Open TT attracted an entry of 142 riders spread across the men's, women's and road bike categories. Go to Open TT 2021 to see all the details.
Important ! A message from our Chairman, Martin Orrill, on improvements to our booking system.
Who was the 'Rugby Flyer' and where can you see his image displayed? Go to the Rugby Flyer to find out.
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 email@example.com
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