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    Hi All. 2 dates for your diary –
    Sunday 23 July we have our annual easy/beginners/family ride. The route has always been down to the Quay via Narberth bridge, past the grove, turn right to cross hands, straight over the cross roads and have some cake down the quay. Then back via cresselly, reynalton, templeton, tanners lane and princess gate. If any one can think up a different route please say. It has to be no more than 20/22 miles and as flat as possible. (Difficult I know!!).
    Also the following Wednesday 26th is our second hill time trial. Registration is from 5.45 and first bike off will be around 6.30 ish. Same hill as last year from Narberth bridge up into town. We had around 16 entries last year and it was a great spectacle. We could cope with up to 30 so please spread the word. Men, ladies, boys and girls. You don’t have to take it too seriously. I will need help with it please. Going to need 4/5 volunteers. Possibly 3 down the bridge to help register, (£2 entry fee), and hold the bikes as they start. Also time keepers, 1 down the bridge and 1 at the finish line. Also we have to help put up barriers around the pavements on the corner of the chippy, war memorial and my shop. They want them up by 5pm. Any help would be great. Thank you.

    Pete Jones

    I’ll help out again this year, but would like to do the ride if there are enough volunteers


    Just like to say a big thank you everyone who helped and took part in both Dynamo events this week.
    The family ride was well attended with probably 30-40 cyclists of all ages enjoying it. (Hopefully).
    The hill TT was a great success with 28 riders taken part. A massive thank you to all who helped with the marshalling and registration. Couldn’t of done it with out you. Also thanks to Pembs Bikes, Tenby Cycles and Mikes Bikes for the kind donations for the prizes.
    Most of all thank you to all of you who took part, it made it a fantastic spectacle. And it was nice to see and hear the big crowd cheering you home. I think everyone enjoyed it.
    Well done.

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