Cycling is rarely out of the media these days. It is either the nations darling after the exploits of Sir Brad Wiggins, or it’s as Public Enemy No.1. Take a look at the number of articles in the media where all cyclists are branded as road hogs , red light jumpers or just plain ridiculous looking in our lycra. Last… Read more »
After a very mild autumn that saw temperatures higher than during the summer and cycling conditions in November better than they were in July, it is clear now that winter has well and truly arrived. That means a number of things, the heavy but trusty winter bike being lifted off the wall in the garage, given a dusting with an… Read more »
Just a note to say that the Hot Port / Soup run will take place on Saturday 19th December. A number of rides of varying distances will be led by Harry Adams, Eric Blayney, Claire Ta Dah, Pete Doggart and Mark Thomson. The plan is for everyone to meet up in the Saltwater Brigg between 11.30 and 12.30, where Orlaigh… Read more »
Change at the top At the NDCC AGM on 11 November, an era came to an end when long standing Chairman, Ian Blayney finally decided to step down and give someone else a turn. Ian had been Chairman for the last six years and was extremely hard working and effective in the role. During his tenure, he has seen the… Read more »
After one of the better days this November, NDCC made a good showing at Round 7 of the Ulster Cyclo-Cross series hosted by Xmtb McConvey Cycles with 16 riders representing the club across 8 races. The riders in attendance , their class and results are as follows below.. PAUL MCARTHUR – A Race – 39th overall (13th in M40) RAYMOND… Read more »
Following the North Down CC Awards Night on the 21st November 2015 held at Pickie Bowling Club we would like to congratulate all who won and received an award for their achievements this year. The awards and winners are as follows below.