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Upcoming Events

Jun
27
Thu
7:00 pm SCC 10 Mile TT – Cancelled
SCC 10 Mile TT – Cancelled
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm
Event Cancelled — proximity to Open TT
Jun
30
Sun
8:00 am Open 10 Mile TT @ Course D33/10
Open 10 Mile TT @ Course D33/10
Jun 30 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Entries via CTT Website https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/race-details/26397
Jul
4
Thu
7:00 pm SCC 10 Mile TT – Cancelled
SCC 10 Mile TT – Cancelled
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm
Event falls between our Open 10 and the rearranged date of the Bickerstaffe Road Races.
Jul
6
Sat
9:00 pm SCC Bickerstaffe Road Race
SCC Bickerstaffe Road Race
Jul 6 @ 9:00 pm
After the disappointment of the original race being cancelled we are pleased to announce that the event has been re-scheduled to be held on SATURDAY JULY 6th. Let’s hope no storms are forecast. Thanks again[...]
Jul
11
Thu
6:30 pm SCC 10 Mile TT
SCC 10 Mile TT
Jul 11 @ 6:30 pm
First rider off at 19:01. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider.  ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET – CTT REG (15), A WORKING FRONT AND A REAR RED LIGHT  FIXED TO THEIR MACHINE [...]
Jul
18
Thu
6:30 pm SCC 10 Mile TT
SCC 10 Mile TT
Jul 18 @ 6:30 pm
First rider off at 19:01. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider.  ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET – CTT REG (15), A WORKING FRONT AND A REAR RED LIGHT  FIXED TO THEIR MACHINE [...]
Jul
25
Thu
6:30 pm SCC 15 mile TT
SCC 15 mile TT
Jul 25 @ 6:30 pm
First rider off at 19:01. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider. ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET – CTT REG (15), A WORKING FRONT AND A REAR RED LIGHT FIXED TO THEIR MACHINE[...]
Aug
1
Thu
6:30 pm SCC 10 Mile TT
SCC 10 Mile TT
Aug 1 @ 6:30 pm
First rider off at 19:01. Please bring exact cash £ 5 per rider.  ALL COMPETITORS MUST HAVE A HELMET – CTT REG (15), A WORKING FRONT AND A REAR RED LIGHT  FIXED TO THEIR MACHINE [...]

‘On Yer Bike’ – Visiter Column – What about our mental health?

Visiter Column – Article 64 – by Ian Bailey

It is true that cycling will increase your cardiovascular fitness. It’s great forCollective refreshment stops toning and building your muscles especially your calves and thighs and interestingly it can help to improve some joint conditions by its repetitive low impact nature. If you cycle a little faster than a leisurely pace you can burn a lot of calories that help reduce your waistline.

Cycling has also been associated with increasing your longevity in life-years if you do it regularly as part of your weekly lifestyle. Coordination skills have been known to improve through regular cycling as the system to rotate the pedals whilst balancing and steering is complex but achievable with practice.

What about our mental health?

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