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Dean RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Dean, 3 weeks ago

General Chat
  Ratcliffe isn’t “chief sponsor”, Robin. As he pointed out yesterday, he “owns” the team. 
Robin RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Robin, 3 weeks ago

General Chat
  Jim Ratcliffe has taken the now familiar stance of “zero tolerance” as he becomes chief sponsor of currently the worlds most successful cycle team, now “Team Ineos”. At the opening of the Tour of York...
Keith Marshall Giant Defy 4 Advanced all carbon road bike 2009.  

By Keith Marshall, 2 months ago

For Sale
  Size 46.5 cm/18.3"   (small) Shimano 105 front/rear derailleurs with 105 'flightdeck' shifters. 20 gears Shimano 105 brakes with auxiliary brake levers FSA 'Gossamer' chainset Mavic 'Aksium' race whee...
Sylvia RE: Suggestions For Forthcoming Years Supported Charities  

By Sylvia, 2 months ago

General Chat
    What about Active8, (But I think Chris's reasons for the Air Ambulance is a good one!) "a small Cornish charity which aims to empower and motivate young people with physical disabilities to become a...
Robin RE: Suggestions For Forthcoming Years Supported Charities  

By Robin, 2 months ago

General Chat
  I’d like to suggest St Petrocs. The plight of the homeless is often drawn to our attention in the winter months - but it is a problem for many year round.   
Robin RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Robin, 2 months ago

General Chat
  There’s now been a steady stream of news reports, many putting forward precisely the point I raised, that of the unbridled hypocrisy. However, it has been pointed out that the very tool many of us use...
Chris H RE: Suggestions For Forthcoming Years Supported Charities  

By Chris H, 2 months ago

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  I would like to put forward Cornwall Air Ambulance. They're trying to raise £2.5 million for a new helicopter.    A donation of £100 will get the club name on the side of the new helicopter too.  Who ...
Robin RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Robin, 2 months ago

General Chat
  Here's a link to the lads in Derby
Robin RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Robin, 2 months ago

General Chat
  No, but I did think of trying for some of the intermediate distances ( 5 and 10 mile indoor national records ) before my 66th birthday - however my "team" were all busy. I couldn't have considered the...
Dean RE: St Agnes Bakery  

By Dean, 2 months ago

Cafe's and Cake Stops
  This cafe is now under new management and food items are restricted to what they produce in the bakery; pasties, sausage rolls and cake. No bacon butties!
Dean The Green Room, St Agnes  

By Dean, 2 months ago

Cafe's and Cake Stops
  This new cafe should soon become a firm favourite with Wheelers, Handily placed at Peterville, the bottom of the hill out of St Agnes, the Greenroom offers a wide menu bound to satisfy even the fussie...
Adrian RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Adrian, 2 months ago

General Chat
  The thing is Robin when will a big sponsor come in and back team Wheelers?  Then you can have another go at the hour record.  Have you thought of it or is once enough?
Robin RE: Are big sponsors polluting the clean image of cycling?  

By Robin, 2 months ago

General Chat
  Well I think your right Adrian and it's naive of me to think this is any different. However, we are plumbing depths of crass hypocrisy when a Team has moved from waving the environmental flag - hashta...
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