After many years of sterling service, the current Prendas website has now been replaced with a new and improved version!
As both Mick and Andy are both BJW members, why not enjoy a 11% discount on any items ordered through the new website by entering BJW11 in the shopping cart before you pay.
Why 11% you ask? It’s a reference to Spinal Tap! 🙂
Visit the Prendas Website here: www.prendas.co.uk
A reminder that Club Subscriptions are now overdue. If you wish to continue as a member of Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers please ensure your subs are paid to treasurer Peter Warhurst by 31st March or you may be struck off!!!!!!
BJW Club 42k on 230314
Name Club Time Points
1 Dave Pickering BJW 1.01.33 50
2 Cliff Rowe BJW 1.05.59 49
3 John Samways BJW 1.08.39 48
4 Eamonn Deane BJW 1.09.18 47
5 Rupert Silman BJW 1.11.34 46
6 Kevin Ridge BJW 1.17.21
20 mph NW wind 5c 1006 mb
Marshals. J Prosser, N Mansell , R Wareing, C Peskett, M Cunnington.
A Barber, J Marriner.
Roads OK. Dreadful cold (Chill) weather. Silman derailed chain, Ridge had a stop and , Bill Simmons eat your heart out, Kevin recorded 50 mph after the Thornberry turn.
1 Dave Pickering BJW 20.25 40.43 50
2 Cliff Rowe BJW 21.22 42.55 49
3 John Samways BJW 21.49 44.10 48
4 Rupert Silman BJW 22.01 44.12 47
5 Mike Courage BJW 23.12 46.44 46
6 Rob Paulley BJW 24.06 48.08 45
7 Kevin Ridge BJW 24.34 49.16 44
8 Kevin Harris BJW 25.40 50.15 43
9 John O’Brien BJW 24.56 50.23 42
10 Andre Barber BJW 26.13 52.46 41
11 Steve Groome BJW 21.24 40
Ben Keightley PRI 20.40 41.34
Stuart Bowers Harg 21.16 42.27
Kate Hewitt Les Filles 24.33
12 mph WNW wind 15c 1025 mb
Marshals. J Prosser, D Mansfield, R Wareing, C Peskett, B O’Callaghan. P Warhurst, R Haskell.
Roads in poor condition with serious pothole at Piccadilly (marked) . Excellent warm weather.
(10m / 20m)
|12||Andre Barber||BJW||31.05||1 lap||38|
|Claire Day||B to B||30.53||1.01.37|
8 mph SSE wind 14c 1022 mb.
Marshals. J Prosser, D Mansfield, R Wareing, C Peskett, P Evans, N Mansell, P Warhurst, M Walsh, R Haskell.
Only Dave Hicks rode this event last year when he rode the first 10 slower than today.
Ben has reverted to second claim.
Condolences to Chris who had 4 racing bikes stolen in the week – moral: don’t tell anyone you are away on Facebook.
Several members away on Tri, Cyclo X and road inc Tom Stocker, Cliff Rowe, Jon Clemas and Liz Campbell.
Cold 8c but wind chill. Overcast. 993mb, 29 mph wind from South. Dry.
Marshals: J Prosser, P Warhurst, R Wareing, C Peskett, P Evans.
Posted on behalf of Bob Wareing
Hello Jubilee Members.
As Time Trials Secretary (assuming I get re-elected) it is my duty to ask members to give the sport as much help as they can. In particular, to ride our events and help out with the administration. We need timekeepers and marshals – advancing years has led to many retirements in recent years.
Your help in just a few events will make an enormous difference and your views will go a long way to keeping the Jubilee standards at their high level. It is not for nothing that the club has been at the forefront of local cycling for the past 35 years. One consequence has led to our promotion of the prestigious National 50 mile championships.
For 2014 all the administrative paperwork has been done (event schedule, police notifications, risk assessment etc.) so all members can enjoy the comradeship and enjoyment of friendly competition that time trialling can provide. It really is a case of the more the merrier.
It never ceases to amaze me as to the number of 40 and 50 year olds who become so enthusiastic and frequently do better than their efforts of yesteryear. So youngsters ( anyone between 12 and 39 inclusive), don’t let them get away with all the glory.
May I add that timekeeping is not difficult and for members without an electronic watch the club can help.
Do make my job of getting the results out more difficult by making big entry lists ! Thanks.
Saturday 9am, Hurn Post Office
Thru ‘n Off, a good paced training ride with no stops. Approx 40 miles.
Route: From Hurn Post Office head north along Matchams Lane out to Alderholt & Fordingbridge, left to Damerham, through village, over to Cranborne, (careful through village) on to the Horton Inn, left then right to Chalbury Common, Gaunts and Furzehill, up to Colehill, down to Canford bottom then Ham Lane & Parley Cross and back to Hurn!
Every Saturday from Hurn Post Office, shop is open for post ride cold cans, mars bars etc. free car park across the road (Ramsdown Enclosure)
Depending on numbers we will run 1,2 or even 3 groups. If you cannot ride with the fast group do not worry, form a slower group and leave a few minutes earlier. Its not about riding fast its about riding hard. You cannot race hard if you do not train hard!
Note: This is intended to be a good paced training ride, so there will be no mass stop for punctures etc, be prepared.
Helmets compulsory. Mudguards please from 1st Nov-1st Feb.
Club membership fees:-
Full membership £15.00
Senior citizen full membership £12.00
Second claim membership £10.00
Family membership £3.00
Under 19 membership £4.00
Subs may be paid to the treasurer at the Wednesday clubroom, or by post to:-
Peter Warhurst at 4 Mortimer Road, Bournemouth BH8 9HP. Cheques payable to BJW.
For existing members subs are usually payable by end of March. New members are welcome to join at any time.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Bournemouth Jubilee jersey in the comic (Cycling Weekly) so imagine my surprise to see Phil Evans and Kevin Ridge staring back at me this morning!
Nice work guys!