Ride bikes. Have fun. Feel good.

Evening Ten

The summer warmth and light winds continued on Tuesday evening, with 20 riders from EGCC and Oxted CC taking part on our usual Horne course.

Chris Balham and Mark Bashford took a joint 1st place with a 22.42 a piece. Chris H, Chris P, Paul and Colin not far behind them. Congratulations to everyone who took part and for contributing to another successful TT night.

Many thanks to timekeepers and pusher-off, without whom, the event could not take place.



1 Chris Balkham 22.42 OCC
1 Mark Bashford 22.42 EGCC
2 Chris Hewitt 23.47 OCC
3 Chris Pope 24.14 EGCC
4 Paul Blackmore 25.00 EGCC
5 Colin Harrison 25.03 EGCC
6 Uvis Senkans 25.42 OCC
7 Andy Seltzer 25.52 EGCC
8 Roger Hutchings 25.57 EGCC
9 Ian Luxford 26.10 OCC
10 John Harley 26.29 EGCC
11 Russell Hicks 26.44 OCC
12 Ed Tang 27.17 EGCC
13 Marcel/Pete B 27.39 OCC
14 Gemma Hayes 27.40 EGCC
15 Domie Pollard 28.21 EGCC
16 Adam Pullen 29.04 OCC
17 Rick Adams 30.02 EGCC
18 Naomi Insole 31.37 EGCC
19 Malcolm Paterson 32.33 OCC
20 Teri Henman 32.37 EGCC


Our Summer Evening Series is held every Tuesday evening from early May to late August.


Event Information


Event start time: Tuesday August 9th at 19:00

Entry fee £5 (we take contactless payment)

Course details: Horne Course G10/39

Meeting point to sign on: Horne Golf Club car park on Croydonbarn Lane (Postcode RH9 8JP)

Event starts and finishes at same point, 500m East of Golf Club car park on Croydonbarn Lane.

Event is open to everyone, members and non-members alike

Come and Try it event – free for first timers

Familiarise yourself with the course before you enter an event

Note CTT regulations – Helmet, Front and Rear light are now compulsory for ALL riders when starting an event.

Please be aware that quite often there are horse riders on the same roads. Ride considerately, make it known you are approaching and slow down when passing

London South DC strongly recommend that riders do not wear black or dark clothing during any event held on the public road. LSDC have asked that all event organisers add this to their event briefing information from now on and support our continuing commitment to improving rider safety by making riders far more visible on the roads.