"To encourage cycling in all its forms and to encourage the individual cyclist to reach their own unique cycling goals."
Limited Edition has been created as a result of a combination of issues.
- End of the British Cycling 2010 Skyride program
- Need for a club in the area
- Good friendships
- A passion for cycling!
Limited Edition hopes to tackle all these issues to create an all inclusive, friendly, welcoming club at all levels and for all reasons.
WHERE ARE WE?
Most of our rides start at:
The Tea Hut, Eltham Park South, Glenesk Road, Eltham, SE9
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Occasionally rides will start at different venues, but this will be stated with the ride.
WHO WE ARE
Ollie Golding, Chairperson (aka The Gaffer)
Ollie works full time as a Bikeability Instructor, is also a British Cycling Level 2 Coach with a specialism in Road and Time Trial, British Cycling Route Planner and Ride Leader, a Wheels For All Leader and holds a City and Guilds qualification in Cycle Maintenance and Repair. She returned to cycling when her daughter joined a Go-ride Club, accompanying her to coaching sessions before eventually buying a road bike and joining a club herself. Ollie likes riding through country lanes, the occassional TT for fun and sharing her knowledge and experience to enthuse others.
Simon Rees, Club Contact
Simon’s love affair with two wheels started aged 8 and has now become less motorised. He bought a hybrid in 2009 but only really started getting around on it in 2010 when he started with Sky Ride. Since then he’s become insufferably keen and now rides every week. The 30 and 40 mile targets were hit this year but he still has some personal milestones to achieve with a notional London to Paris being planned for next summer. His one problem with Sunday rides is that he doesn’t eat cake!
Joanne Bradley, Social Secretary
Joanne’s interest in cycling began when she was at University. She quickly realised that cycling was the perfect student mode of transport, a cheap and fast way to get around…especially when running late for lectures! After graduating she worked as a Bikeability instructor, joined a cycling club and developed a keen interest in road riding. This year she has taken part in a number of long distance charity bike rides and competed in a time trial. Joanne enjoys exploring new places by bike, meeting new people and stopping en route for hot chocolate!
Profiles coming soon: Richard Tupper, Treasurer; Robert Aitken, Welfare officer; Darragh Aitken and Stephanie Golding, Youth Representatives;