Welsh Air Ambulce
Donations raised
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club
 
£46,125
 
for charity since 2012:
 
£375 (Welsh Air Ambulance)
£5,818 (UK Sepsis Trust)
£2,277 (Caldicot MVC)
£3,858 (Severn View)
£5,245 (Motor Neurone)
£11,000 (Annalese/Sparkle)
£8,000 (Prostate Cymru)
£6,434 (Victims Chernobyl)
£3,018 (Caldicot MVC)
 
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Club Kit
On Club Rides
Remember to bring:
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Helmet
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Pump
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Puncture Repair Kit
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Spare Inner tubes
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Tools and tyre levers
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Enough food and drink
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Charged mobile
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Appropriate clothing
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Lights for night rides
Cor Meibion Caldicot Cycle Club  Money for the cafe stop

Tuesday, 28th January 2020

Meet at the Choir Hall at 6pm – Distance: 15 miles – Difficulty: 1/5 – You will need lights.


Interested Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Sue Earnshaw

Sunday, 19th January 2020

FOR SAFETY REASONS, RIDE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Sunday, 5th January 2020

Distance: 16 miles – Difficulty: 1/5 – Weather: Drizzle

With weather not the best, the advertised ride to the Seawall Tearooms was shortened due to the conditions. Three riders made the start at the Choir Hall, so it was to around the loop at Redwick and into Magor for coffee from the Co-op. The return journey was made through Rogiet and the back lanes to Caldicot.

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Carolyn Griffiths
  3. Sue Earnshaw

Friday, 27th December 2019

Distance: 14 miles – Difficulty: 1/5 – Weather: Murky

Last ride out of the year saw 5 riders make the start at the Choir Hall, on mountain bikes due to the wet and muddy roads to Mathern. First port of call was Black Rock for the obligatory photograph, then onto Mathern via Crick and Hayes Gate, dodging the yapping sheepdog who took a bite out of Mike’s trousers, and the muddy lanes.

Once at Mathern, it was into the Millers Arms for food, washed down with a pint of beer. Soon it was time to leave, returning to Caldicot via St Pierre hill and Portskewett.

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Carolyn Griffiths
  3. Sue Earnshaw
  4. Brian Phillips
  5. Mike Jones

Sunday, 24th November 2019

Distance: 17 miles – Difficulty: 1/5 – Bike Type: Off-road (Cross, Gravel or MTB)

Weather not brilliant, wet initially and very foggy although it came out better later. Decided to do the Magor circular instead, just two of us although Mike Jones and Brian Phillips decided to go over the bridge. Nice to get back out on the MTB.

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Sue Earnshaw
  3. Brian Phillips (Over the bridge)
  4. Mike Jones (Over the bridge)

Sunday, 10th November 2019

Distance: 29 miles – Difficulty: 2/5 – Weather: Cold but sunny

It has been a while, but the Choir Riders were out again taking in the Armistice Service in Magor and then onwards to the Seawall Tearooms in Goldcliff. Eight riders made the start at the Choir Hall on a cold but sunny day, and it was nice to welcome back Janet Vale, and to see some old friends at the Tearooms. The return journey was interesting, with a fall (no harm done), a puncture and a sunbathing sheep all at the same spot.

Photos from the day

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Carolyn Griffiths
  3. Tracey Eastabrook
  4. Sue Earnshaw
  5. Sharon Ward
  6. Janet Vale
  7. Brian Stephens
  8. Nick Powell

Sunday, 3rd November 2019

EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED – WEATHER WARNINGS FORECAST

Tuesday, 1st October 2019

EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED – WEATHER WARNINGS FORECAST

Tuesday, 10th September 2019

Six riders made the start at the Choir Hall for the first Night Ride of the Autumn / Winter, to the Rose Inn at Redwick. Nice to be back out on the mountain bikes, along the gravel track to Undy and then the quiet roads to Redwick. Food and beverages was as always, very good and plentiful, before the dark ride back to Caldicot under flashlight.

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Sue Earnshaw
  3. Robert Stallard
  4. Sharon Ward
  5. Carolyn Griffiths
  6. Brian Phillips

Sunday, 25th August 2019

Distance: 24 miles – Difficulty: 2/5 – Weather: Very warm

Lovely morning out with the Choir Cycle Club, as eight riders made the start at the Choir Hall. The ride was a mixture of sea and hills, first visiting the Cornfield Project at Portskewett, moving on to Sudbrook and clambering down the nettle shrouded paths to the old dock, with its waterfall of excess from the Severn Tunnel. Moving on to Black Rock, previous scene of the New Passage Ferry. Time for hills, so heading for Shirenewton before descending back closer to sea level via ‘The Cwm’. A stop at the Dewstow Gardens Tearooms for refreshments of tea, coffee and cake before returning to Caldicot.

Riders:

  1. Tony Griffiths
  2. Sharon Ward
  3. Sue Earnshaw
  4. Chris Orum
  5. Janice Orum
  6. Robert Stallard
  7. Brian Phillips
  8. Nick Powell