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The Club has a Facebook Group page which is a popular place for discussion of all things cycling, club announcements and events.

Not everyone is a Facebook user so we have now built in a Facebook Group page feed that you can see the most recent posts.

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Worcester St John's Cycling Club

Worcester St John's Cycling Club

Founded in 1888, WSJCC promotes and encourages all aspects of cycling in Worcester.

Club members Austin and Quinn Holdstock got the MTB season successfully kicked off today with races at the 2024 Scott Sports Cannock Chase Winter Classic with good a number of riders in each race on a slippery testing circuit.
Both boys came through as their races progressed with Austin bagging a podium spot in 3rd 🥉 and Quinn came through for about 4th or 5th in his race after only deciding to take part this morning as he has been sidelined for weeks with an ankle injury. 🚵‍♂️🚵‍♂️

Well done boys 👏👏
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Club members Austin and Quinn Holdstock got the MTB season successfully kicked off today with races at the 2024 Scott Sports Cannock Chase Winter Classic with good a number of riders in each race on a slippery testing circuit.
Both boys came through as their races progressed with Austin bagging a podium spot in 3rd 🥉 and Quinn came through for about 4th or 5th in his race after only deciding to take part this morning as he has been sidelined for weeks with an ankle injury.  🚵‍♂️🚵‍♂️
Well done boys 👏👏Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

Thank you to everybody who came to our Cycle Jumble today; the sellers, buyers and hard-working volunteers. It was a great success with the club’s charity table raising a fantastic £634.50 for the @airambulances.

#cyclejumble #bikebits #volunteerspirit #airambulanceservice
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Thank you to everybody who came to our Cycle Jumble today; the sellers, buyers and hard-working volunteers. It was a great success with the club’s charity table raising a fantastic £634.50 for the @airambulances. 
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Cycle Jumble set-up well underway and the kitchen is open for hot drinks and hot baps, veggie options too! Hallow village hall from 9.30am. ... See MoreSee Less

Cycle Jumble set-up well underway and the kitchen is open for hot drinks and hot baps, veggie options too! Hallow village hall from 9.30am.Image attachment

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Hot drinks and food also available!

A motley crew at Sugarloaf Café just before Christmas.Merry Christmas to all our lovely customers 🎄🎄
It was a busy last day to end what has been a great year for us. We are so lucky to have such great support, with some really lovely customers .
Thankyou to all of you and we can’t wait to see you in 2024.
From Us all at Sugarloaf.
Emma and Kate xxxxx
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A motley crew at Sugarloaf Café just before Christmas.

We have now donated £644.10 to Alzheimer's Society following Sunday's Reliability Trial. Below is the thank you email received today.
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Alzheimer's Society UK

Thank you for your help!

Dear WSJCC,

People living with dementia now have access to a wealth of resources, and that’s thanks to people like you.

Your donation could contribute to game-changing work like the recently announced Lecanemab, a drug which has been shown to slow down the decline in thinking and memory skills in people living with early Alzheimer’s disease by 27%. We’re incredibly proud that Alzheimer’s Society research was responsible for the breakthrough that made this research possible – and people like you (through your kindness and support), continue to allow us to make these crucial leaps in progress.

Find out how your gift helps and how you can get involved in our services, research and campaigns by clicking on the button below.

Click here to see how your money helps. www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-us/how-your-money-helps?utm_source=fundraiseup&utm_medium=email&utm_c...

Once again, WSJCC, a huge thank you from all of us at Alzheimer’s Society for ensuring we can continue to provide life-changing services to those most in need, now and in the future. We are determined to make a difference, and with your help we will.
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We have now donated £644.10 to Alzheimers Society  following Sundays Reliability Trial. Below is the thank you email received today. 
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Alzheimers Society UK 
Thank you for your help! 
Dear WSJCC, 
People living with dementia now have access to a wealth of resources, and that’s thanks to people like you. 
Your donation could contribute to game-changing work like the recently announced Lecanemab, a drug which has been shown to slow down the decline in thinking and memory skills in people living with early Alzheimer’s disease by 27%. We’re incredibly proud that Alzheimer’s Society research was responsible for the breakthrough that made this research possible – and people like you (through your kindness and support), continue to allow us to make these crucial leaps in progress. 
Find out how your gift helps and how you can get involved in our services, research and campaigns by clicking on the button below. 
Click here to see how your money helps. https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-us/how-your-money-helps?utm_source=fundraiseup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=donation_receipt 
Once again, WSJCC, a huge thank you from all of us at Alzheimer’s Society for ensuring we can continue to provide life-changing services to those most in need, now and in the future. We are determined to make a difference, and with your help we will.

Recce of the 46 mile route for the Reliability Ride on Sunday ✅

Points to note:

1. Traffic lights about 0.5 miles from the start and finish. It’s a relatively long section of one-way and the lights on green for about 35 seconds wasn’t enough time for slow cars to get through so be aware.

2. New hole in middle of lane as start climbing Stanford Bank.

3. After the left turn at the top of Stanford Bank, there’s mud and gravel in the road as well as the usual poor surface through to Clifton.

4. Gravel in middle of lane in the fast descent from Clifton.

5. Some gravel on road between Lower Broadheath and Hallow on the downhill bendy bit after the farm.

Forecast is 8 to 11 degrees C and dry 😃

See you on Sunday!
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Recce of the 46 mile route for the Reliability Ride on Sunday ✅
Points to note:
1. Traffic lights about 0.5 miles from the start and finish. It’s a relatively long section of one-way and the lights on green for about 35 seconds wasn’t enough time for slow cars to get through so be aware.
2. New hole in middle of lane as start climbing Stanford Bank.
3. After the left turn at the top of Stanford Bank, there’s mud and gravel in the road as well as the usual poor surface through to Clifton.
4. Gravel in middle of lane in the fast descent from Clifton.
5. Some gravel on road between Lower Broadheath and Hallow on the downhill bendy bit after the farm.
Forecast is 8 to 11 degrees C and dry 😃
See you on Sunday!
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