Club Volunteers – Making Racing Happen

Last Sunday, 12 May 2019, the club held a very successful day of road races for the LVRC at the Dunsfold Park aerodrome circuit (yes, the one where the BBC’s Top Gear is filmed).

We were delighted to receive some very positive feedback both from racers and from the LVRC (League of Veteran Racing Cyclists) about the event. For example, the report on the LVRC’s website describes it as follows:

A well-run promotion by Warren Vye and his Farnborough & Camberley team at Dunsfold Airfield. Spring was in the air, and the weather was pleasant, with light winds – a welcome change from the rain of the previous day. Racing was lively in all three events, and promoter Warren Vye had matters so well organised on the day that he was able to ride in the C/D race.

We’d like to say a big “thank you” to all the members who volunteered their time to help make this event such a big success. Without volunteers, these sort of events simply can’t happen, so we’re very grateful, and plenty of racers thanked the club on the day too. We’re also glad that many of our helpers seemed to enjoy themselves, and were interested to see what goes on behind the scenes to make a cycling event work.

Thank you!

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