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Club Time Trial Secretary and President: Long term member of RDFCC. Keen all round cyclist covering through the years, commuting, touring, MTB, TTs, sportives, audax and bikepacking. The longer and wilder the better for me.
Race Secretary: I moved to the Forest about in 2015 and joined the club pretty much straight away. They're a great bunch and very welcoming. I started out racing road races and crits as a teenager but after a long pause I got drawn into time trials.. I also get out on an mtb when I can as the forest is such an amazing place to ride.
Membership Secretary: I’ve been a member of RDFCC since I moved to the area in 2012. I’ve had a go at MTB XC, Cyclocross, Road Racing and track but racing against the clock in time trials has been the constant though the years. I’m father to a young cyclist too, and loving sharing a passion with him.
Can be found on anything with wheels riding a long way. A history of racing across continents and in circles for 24hrs should give you some idea of where my passion lies, used to be quite fast although having far too much fun for proper training these days...
Vice Chairman and Rides Co-ordinator: I have been a member of RDFCC since the age of 13 (Apart from a brief spell overseas). I enjoy all aspects of cycling particularly road and cyclocross. I have a young family which stop me from cycling as much as I should! Happy to answer any questions on the area or the club.
Club , Ladies and Kit Secretary: I have been a member of RDFCC since I moved to the area in March 2018. I've been competing in sport at a high level for 20 years and still compete in Time Trials. My kids have grown up and I have a big black dog! I am an ambassador for inclusion and equality, and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Chairman: I first joined the club in about 1979 and rode a few time trials and club rides for several years. Moving away saw a gap until 2014 when I rejoined. Over the years I have ridden on all sorts of terrain but nowadays it's mostly on the road or the gravel. Known for accumulating a collection of "project " bikes, some of which get finished.