HTRC Committee

President/Time Trial Secretary – Paul Kilvington

We want to introduce some variety into the club programme. Over the past year we have run a “sporting time trial series” which proved very popular. Run on quiet safer countryside roads, the various courses provided a chance to use a number of bike handling skill like cornering, fast descents, constant gear changes and some challenging hill climbs, all add to gaining more experience for road racing. We hope by promoting these events that this will provide a basis to encourage younger or new members to give racing a go.

 

 

Treasurer – Neil Dean

Neil first started riding with the CTC in 2003, then joined Hull Thursday in 2009 to take part in the Time Trial series and became hooked on going faster.

He now also enjoys racing in the local road race league and LVRC events. Has also ridden (suffered) in BC events, and keeps coming back for more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach – Richard Guymer

Richard started cycling in 1972 with the City Road Club (Hull) later becoming a life member.

He has competed in time trials, road races, mountain bike, cyclo-cross and track. He has also organised events in most of these disciplines.

One claim to fame is beating a young Malcolm Elliot in a sprint for second place in the Hull Thursday Road Club road race many years ago!

Latterly his racing took second place to transporting son Steve around the country and abroad to race first in British Schools events and then BC and CTT events. Recently he has taken to riding in the French Alps and for the last two years has ridden the Alps Open Tour.

Several years ago Jim Sampson threatened to retire and persuaded Richard to qualify as an ABCC Coach which he did in January 2010. He is now on the national committee.

Internet Editor – Chris Brown

Internet Editor - Chris BrownChris started out cycling with South Elmsall SCC in the mid-80s, competing in time trials at 10 and 25 miles.  After a year in Featherstone Road Club Chris went away to art college and stop cycling until moving into this area in 2004.  In 2012 he rode his first time trial for 25 years on the Beverley by-pass and went on to set a lifetime best for 10 miles on the V718 later that year.

Chris will ensure the club has a site where information is up-to-date, easily located, and the design reflects the image of the club.   If anyone would like anything publishing on the site please email.

 

Road/Track Secretary – Mark Walker

Mark WalkerAs a keen road rider from a young age I would like to think I have a good understanding of how the road racing scene works. Should you have any queries relating to road racing, I shall be more than happy to advise and assist where possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secretary – Dave Millson

Dave Millson was recently re-elected as the Club Secretary for the 2014 season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Secretary – Mike Kilgour 

Mike KilgourMike has been re-elected to the position of Club Assistant Secretary for the 2014 season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain Bike Secretary – John Ullyatt

Despite their name ‘Cycopaths’, this bunch of off road nuts are a friendly bunch who enjoy riding on bridle ways and quiet country lanes. They cater for all ages and fitness levels, so you should find the rides to your liking. During the Winter months, they ride every Sunday morning staring at 9am and rides last for approx 2 hours.

Over the years, we have had more that 250 riders join us at various times and our record attendance was 38 one fine summer evening a few years ago at Skidby. If you need any further info, please contact John.

 

 

 

Youth Development Officer – Richard Guymer

Richard GuymerI aim to introduce youngsters to the sport of cycling through turbo sessions in the winter and organised group rides in the spring and summer months, leading to competition in local road and time trial races.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press and Publicity Officer– Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll  Press/Publicity Officer for the 2014 season.

Trying my best to be a road racer and part time time-triallist.

(Always do the things people say you can’t do.)

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Contact me at  press@htrc.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Scene Magazine Editior– Ron Nozedar

Ron is Scene, the club’s magazine editor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clothing Officer– Neil Prendergast

Neil Prendergast was re-elected as the Clothing Officer for the 2014 season.

My cycling has progressed from the simple daily commute to riding most weekends and taking part in various sportive events.

Should you require any club clothing please contact me – details on the Club Clothing page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Member – Andy Cawley

Committee Member – Steve Green

Committee Member – Matthew Johnson

Committee Member – Will Thomas

Committee Member – Barry Trotter

Barry has been a member of Thursday for more than 50 years. Throughout the 1950s and 60s he enjoyed a fairly successful racing career gaining places in National Championships, national team records and international selection. Still a keen and active rider he enjoys both road riding and mountain biking, but prefers his rides to be more sociable nowadays. After a long career in promoting road races he now restricts his involvement to being an enthusiastic helper at all club-promoted races.

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Member – Jim Sampson

Life Members

Les Barratt

John Cain

Andy Cawley

Laurie Chesney

Neil Cleminshaw

Martin Cockerill

Gil Foston

Billy Holmes

Mickie Hornby

Dennis Hunter

Paul Kilvington

Pete Ledaine

Andy MacFarlane

Ron Nozedar

Ray Robson

Jim Sampson

Barry Trotter