Demise of another MG?

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Barred1
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Demise of another MG?

Postby Barred1 » 12 Jan 2017, 2:55pm

Happened to see this http://randbctc.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/ ... g.html?m=0 - wonder what's happening and why?

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Re: Demise of another MG?

Postby landsurfer » 12 Jan 2017, 7:47pm

Off to join robgul and the touring cyclists club .....??????
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Re: Demise of another MG?

Postby robgul » 12 Jan 2017, 8:21pm

I saw this post earlier today and also wondered what was up - when I was still a CTC member I joined them on the odd ride if they were heading to the east of their patch .

The Redditch & Bromsgrove CTC MG was a mildly acrimonious breakaway from the CTC-Heart of England MG about 4 years ago . . . CTC HoE as noted elsewhere ceased being an MG in September 2015 and became an independent cycling club affiliated to both CTC & BC as Heart of England Cycling Club.

Richard Bradshaw, one of the founders of R&B died (heart attack, on a club run) not long after the group was formed and I know that several of the most active founder members have just resigned/retired from committee roles and I wonder if there just wasn't enough traction to be viable?

... and no, no connection or contact re TCC.

Rob


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