Border City Wheelers: message to members

Message From Lee Foster:

singly BCW Open 28mile Hilly TT, Sunday 15th May (L281) – First Rider off at 11.01. HQ, Victory Hall, Dalston. (Entries close 3rd May)

I am organising the above event and would appreciate volunteers to marshal.  We require, ideally 14 marshals, bare minimum 11 marshals and I currently have 3 volunteers (MP, DH & PG).  Without marshals the event can’t take place.

Also, if there is anyone who could volunteer to make the tea and coffee we can provide refreshments after the event.

I would provide all the refreshments required.

buy generic Ivermectin BCW Club 13.5m 2up Team Time Trial L135 (A6), Wednesday 11th May. 

“Ferguson Carlisle Trophy” awarded to the first BCW team on handicap.

Would you please let me know if you are entering a team and the name of the other team member.

I need to know before the night so we can handicap the teams.

Solo rides are allowed but will not count towards the leagues. Guests can still take part, solo or as a team.

VC Cumbria Open 25m TT (A66, Cockermouth/Keswick), Sunday 19th June – Cancelled.

For information; This event was included as a counting event for our leagues.


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Help with London Edinburgh London

The club has been contacted by London Edinburgh London:

Dear Carlisle friends

I am writing to ask for your help recruiting the team needed to make the London Edinburgh London (LEL) audax happen this August.  As you may have seen in Cycling Weekly, we’re hoping that cycling clubs along the route will encourage their members to get involved in the event which only happens every few years.  Might you be willing to put the call out to your members through your regular communications or on the Facebook page?

LEL 2022 will involve around 2,000 riders from around the world attempting the 1,500km round trip in under 125 hours.  It’s a test of roadcraft and determination and, above all, it’s a celebration of the cycling community  – both on the road and among the army of volunteers who run LEL and who bring the event to life.

In fact, it is the volunteers who create much of the atmosphere and keep the ethos of the event alive. We have people cooking meals, supervising dormitories, fixing wheels, guarding bike parks, dispensing sympathy and much more.  Because so many of our helpers come from the cycling family, there is fantastic camaraderie amongst the teams of strangers that we bring together.  And as cyclists themselves, our helpers are well placed to understand what a weary rider needs to eat or hear just to keep them going a little bit longer. For a bit of insight into the experience here is a piece on the Cycling UK Website:

The event starts on Sunday 7 August and winds its way smack bang through your home territory, visiting 13 control points up and down England and Scotland (you can see the route on the LEL website). We’re looking for people who are can help out for a few hours during busy times or are willing to get involved for longer; especially during the week. We welcome individuals (who quickly find themselves in a team which will include supporters from around the world) or groups of friends or team mates. Whilst most of the roles require little more than a desire to be involved, we can make good use of extra skills such as languages, mechanics, drivers and even social media know how.

If people are interested they can register on the LEL website at – it could the start of a great adventure and some amazing new friendships!

It would be brilliant if you were able to bring this to the attention of your members and I look forward to meeting some of them in August (either as riders or helpers). I should of course be very happy to explain more if anyone wanted more information.

Many thanks


Liam FitzPatrick 

Tel: +44 (0) 7881 841 355