Sunday Training 30th Jan 2011

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Southside Wheely Wheelers. First group of Southside Wheely Wheelers club cyclists met at 8.30am and cycled for one hour before meeting the main group of club cyclists at 9.30am on Sunday morning 30th January. Fair play to all enthusiastic club cyclists who turned up at the Castle car park Kilmallock on such a cold frosty morning. When the first group met the second group at 9.30am, the morning was so cold that their drinking bottles were like a slush puppy full of ice, now that’s cold. Club photo was taken before cyclists cycled off in to the cold morning air. Roads were dry and perfectly safe for cycling. Cyclists completed 100kms, 75kms and 50kms as all cyclists were catered for with a distance and cycling pace to suit all cycling abilities. The following cyclists who enjoyed a wheely enjoyable Sunday cycle were Gerard Finn, Jerry Herbert, Mike Murphy, Jerry Ryan, John Fitzgerald, Michael Gammell, Stephen Finn, Ber Gammell, Michelle Gammell, Brendan Houlihan, Shane O’Brien, Patrick O’Donnell, Owen Tobin, Daithi Creedon, Tadhg Murphy, Paul Finn, Paul Gammell. Wednesday Night Cycle was very enjoyable on a cold but dry evening. Armed with Hi-Viz jackets, high beam front lights, flashing rear lights on the back of their bicycles, flashing lights on helmets the cyclists wheely enjoyed an hour and a half of night cycling. It is great to get out on the bike mid week to keep fit. Out night cycling were Paul Ahern, Adrian Gammell, Brendan Houlihan, Jerry Herbert, Sean Burchill, Daithi Creedon, Phyllis Richardson, Ber Gammell, Michelle Gammell, Jerry Ryan, Paul Gammell.

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