The latest consignment of WSCC kit from Alé has now been delivered. For those who asked me to include their requirements with the club order, it is now ready for collection.
We do also have around 14 of the most popular items and sizes which are being held as club stock at my house in Send. So for any new members, or those who did not take advantage of the opportunity to order in September, there is still a chance to buy. To recap, the kit items and prices are as follows:
- Women’s short sleeve jersey £45.00
- Men’s short sleeve jersey £45.00
- Long sleeve jersey £55.25
- Gilet £50.40
Each of the above is available in different sizes. If you are interested in buying, please let me know and I can advise on availability, sizes and payment arrangements (direct to the club’s bank account).
Surrey County Council request your opinion and options for this away from road traffic cycle and walking route.
Support this project not only to provide more safe cycling and enable folks wary of vehicles to get cycling, but to let the councillors know there is demand for cycle infrastructure. https://guildfordtogodalminggreenway.commonplace.is/
Do it now, consultation closes on 21st November.
Cycling UK is plugging: “COP26: Cycling fights climate change”. It is up to all of us to reduce our carbon emissions as much as possible. It really is serious. We have to act now. Waiting for national and international politicians to do much more than generate hot air is an option we should reject.
At the recent CUK AGM, Resolution 8 – “Cycling UK shall seek where possible to enable and encourage those participating in events and activities that it organises or supports, to travel sustainably to and from these events and activities (e.g. by cycling or by using public or shared transport), by encouraging event and activity organisers where possible to provide information on how to travel sustainably to and from these events and activities in any promotional material or joining instruction” – was passed by a 96.6% majority (1678 votes for, 59 against).
I am disturbed by the number of our rides which start at remote car parks. We appear to be undermining CUK’s green stance. In priority order we should travel to ride starts and events by:
- cycling there,
- cycling there from a nearby train station,
- singly occupied car only in extreme circumstances.
Our meeting points should be chosen accordingly. For example, I have never started a ride from Puttenham Common/Cutt Mill. Too far to ride from home, trains no real help, and I refuse to drive my car in order to go for a bike ride. I am going out for a ride, not a drive.
We should think about our public image.