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ITR 2013 - Relaxing in Saumur
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16/11/2019

2020 International Rally Preliminary Information
Details on booking the campsite and for the rally will follow later.

29/10/2019

Bookings can be made for the 2020 Easter Rally, which is being held at Greenhill Leisure Park, Bletchingdon, just north of Oxford.

Please book early to be sure of securing a  pitch on the campsite here.

26/10/2019

The Tandem National Rally will be held in Corsham, Wiltshire from Saturday 23th May - Saturday 30th May 2020. More info to follow.

16/10/2019
Stickers in Oct/Nov Journal

We are always looking for ways to raise awareness among potential new members who don't know there is a Tandem Club. 

 In the latest copy of the TCJ are 5 Club stickers in a white envelope.  Please put these on your tandem (on all your tandems if you have more than one).  People admiring your tandem out on the road are sure to spot them and ask about the Club. This is your chance to tell them about what we do and get them interested.

If you need more stickers please get in touch.

Thank you for helping to raise awareness of the Tandem Club amongst potential new members.

Peter Weeks Publicity Officer

17/11/2018

We have been working on making the website more mobile phone friendly. Its not complete yet, but hopefully most pages should display better on these devices.

20/11/2019

Thank you for letting us know- thought it was a very long shot!

20/11/2019
Hello Tandem Clubbers. We're looking for a Circe Helios or similar for our family. After a 178 mile trip this summer with our 6 year old hitched up to his dad with a follow me Tandem and our 2 year old in a trailer pulled by mum, we need to move on to a tandem solution! Thank you for reading thi ... more
15/11/2019

S&S machine in the USA makes the hard side travel cases for your Tandems that have 26" wheels.   26X26X8" travels as a regular case without any extra charges.

14/11/2019

Hello, we use ETA for our car and bike breakdown. Fortunately never needed to use the bike breakdown. Used the car breakdown once in the last decade with good service.

19/08/2019
August 2019 Report

Chris and Chris organised the August Ride where an eleventh hour weather reprieve saw 10 tandems and a solo gather at The George Hotel, Castle Cary for pre-ride coffees.
Machines varied from recumbent tandem, “Moustache “ E tandem, lady back elect. assist.model,to a sparkling new “Dolan”.
 Jamie and Becky were welcomed to their inaugural ride with the Taunton group as was David from “Somerset Sight “.
 Negotiating a service company road closure within the first half mile, on foot, the ride followed quiet lanes through Pitcombe to Wincanton. Having crossed over the A303, we continued on unchallenging terrain via South Cheriton to Milborne Port where we just managed to avoid crossing the county boundary into Dorset.   From there we continued through Charlton Horethorne and Compton Pauncefoot to a well-deserved lunch at The Camelot Inn at South Cadbury.
Suitably refreshed we pedalled on through Sparkford and North Barrow to return to Castle Cary for tea and cake, having said goodbye to Rex and Hannah en-route to their onward journey home.
Having largely avoided vehicular traffic and serious fluctuations in elevation a pleasant and easy-ish ride was enjoyed by all in the most benevolent weather.
Chris & Chris Davis.

26/10/2019
Note the ride on 26/10/2019 has been cancelled.
06/09/2019

Due to road closures in Stafford on 15th September the ride will now start from Market Drayton.  Full details in the whats on section.

08/10/2019
September 2019 Report

James organised the September Taunton group ride which was attended by four tandems and two halves.
Bow garden centre,  between Okehampton and Crediton did us proud for breakfast, and we decided pretty quickly to split into two groups.  The riders and the walkers.  That isn’t walking all the time.  Just when excessively gravitationally challenged.  Andy knows the area well as his workshop, where he makes the wonderful Brook guitars, is close by.  He led the riders whose bikes were powered by dark matter; we, the walkers, plodded on about half an hour behind.
After rather a lot of climbing we reached the Hog and Hedge.  We read the sign: “Pull in and Pig out” and we did just that. 
Now we could lose the height we had gained in the morning.  A very rural ride in excellent company.  We were back before the rain started and nobody mentioned the B word, but I could kill a pint this evening.
 

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