We'd like to ask for your support and sponsorship.

Please click on this link;
http://www.olliesarmy.co.uk/index.html

In order to do what we can to support Ollie and his family, ten of our intrepid band of Tuesday night riders will be attempting a somewhat challenging ride on Saturday and Sunday the 2nd and 3rd of May. Leaving from Ollie's school in Poynton, we'll be pedalling our mountain bikes, via a fairly offroad route, to the top of Snowdon, bivvying out overnight and pedalling back the next day.

If you'd like to sponsor us or make a donation, we've made it really easy for you, check out;
www.justgiving.com/oasnowdon

If you go out on your bike on Friday morning...

If you go out on your bike on Friday morning...

Don't forget your lights!

Friday the 20th of March will see many of us back under dark skies at around 9.30/10am as the solar eclipse happens and passes a dark shadow of our region.

No need to hide under the duvet though, embrace a little daytime night riding and grab your lights, head out and enjoy some mid morning dusk trails.

If you are going to be out and about, don't just gawp at the sun and burn your retinas out. You'd really miss being able to see where you ride.

Rider Of The Week.

Rider Of The Week.

Having not presented our Rider Of The Week trophy for some time, we have a very deserving winner to re-start the presentations.

Step forward Dan Phillipstone. Dan has just returned from a very cold and snowy Lapland where he completed the Rovaniemi 150 race in fine style, finishing in a very respectable 18th place sneaking over the finish line in under 20 hours, less than half the maximum 42 hour cut off. Dan, we salute you and present this trophy, with grubby hands of course. Respect where it's due folks.

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