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The club is dedicated to all forms of Cycling, but the main focus is on social club runs, road racing and time trials. We organise a number of events throughout the year, listed on the Calendar page, which attract riders from all over the South West.
New members are always welcome, some disciplines will require formal membership, but we do try to operate a come and try policy before you commit to the Club.
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YCC 2019 Dinner & Dance
Now that we have had our festive Sunday run it no longer seems early to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year, with lots of fine cycling in 2019. May I also take this opportunity to say thank you to all the committee members that have worked so hard on your behalf this year.
Now here is something to start the year off with a bang, our next big social gathering on 2 February at Haynes Motor Museum.
Get fuelled up for the coming season in the company of your fellow club members and elebrate with the winners of the club trophies. Enjoy the food, a glass or two of whatever takes your fancy and dance to or simply savour the sound of the Wessex Big Band.
Your official invitation with all the details is here. Please download the booking form, fill it in and return to Sue Chesterman. The deadline is Monday January 14th so make sure you get your booking sorted before the Christmas chaos arrives!
N.B. If you have a club trophy please contact Nick Young to arrange its return email@example.com or 07968-155009.
I hope you can join us and get 2019 off to a great start.
David Notley Chairman, Yeovil CC
Hi all my Facebook cycling friends, a change of plan for this Sunday's rides. Instead of Wells and Godney, it's two routes to Chard. Apparently Double Gate Farm at Godney aren't opening their cafe until March this year so it's all change. I've scouted the Chard routes (well the mucky bits) and conditions are not too bad and with another couple of dry days all should be well for our Sunday outings. The medium route goes up the long but gradual climb to the Eagle Tavern, before the coffee stop at the Barley Mow Farm Shop on the A30 above Chard. The Short ride takes a pleasantly undulating route to the Potting Shed Cafe at the Chard Garden Centre. See you all at Mudford Road Recreation Ground at 9am for what looks to be the first touch of Spring.
Chard Medium Route: Chard Medium
Chard Short Route: Chard Short