The Melton Olympic Cycling Club

Was formed in the Olympic year of 1980 and is based in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. We cater for many forms of cycling and riders from all walks of life are welcome to join us in sporting and recreational cycling.

NEWS

TT News/Results

The second evening time trial of the season was on the Plungar 10 mile circuit, with even worse conditions than the previous week. Heavy rain and a cold night meant that fast times not possible, Winner on the night was Mick Stevens 2nd place went to Chris Schofield, with Andrew Keightley in 3rd. Their times…

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Revised Plungar TT Events

Due to ongoing roadworks on and around the Plungar course evening time trials have been re-located to the Wymondham course. The rides affected are on 29.5, 19.6, 3.7(Championship 10), 24.7 and the tow rope on 7.8. All will now be on the ACCS/9 except the Championship 10 which will be on the ACC/18 which largely…

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Ken Armstrong

Sadly one of the clubs founder members Ken Armstrong passed away on the 9th of May after a short illness in hospital. The funeral will be at Grantham Crematorium on Monday the 20th may at 14:30 for those who would like to pay there respects. Flowers are respectfully from family only but donations can be…

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TT News/Results

Melton Olympic riders racing season is in full swing with Local and East midlands events being staged. Melton’s first time trial took place on the Ashby Pastures circuit, heavy rain greeted the riders on Wednesday night reducing the field   to 8 hardy riders. Despite difficult conditions James Ison produced a great time of 21 minutes…

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