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The joys of cycling on the Costa Brava

A personal view Michael Nelson, February 2020 Originally published at https://cycletraininginspain.sport.blog Each year, the kindly folk from Elitecycling in Crystal Palace arrange a week’s training in Spain for members of Penge Cycle Club. The aim is to work hard, have fun, … Continue reading

A reputation built by hand

PengeCC’s very own bespoke tailor David Ward meets fellow craftsman Winston Vaz, the name behind some famous frames. Read the article published in by CyclingUK, in their Cycle magazine. winston vaz Copyright Cycle Magazine and David Ward

David Ward – Ride of my life

This has just been published in the Savile Row Style Magazine. It’s an inspirational read – from our very own David Ward. PDF here david-ward-piece-hi-res

A & B to Brighton – by Andrew Stroud

Please follow the link for Andrew’s write up – here. Over £14,000 has now been raised from end of May!

Penge CC does Paris-Roubaix 2017

On the weekend of the 8th/ 9th of April, 22 members of Penge CC went to France to take part in the amateur version of the famous Paris-Roubaix bike race. Famed for it’s lengthy sections of ‘pave’ – uneven cobbles … Continue reading

Portraits of Penge Cycle Club – Exhibition invite

Imprint of Space Our very own Sophie Ebrey is exhibiting her latest photography at Goldsmiths next week alongside other artists and photographers. Her portraits represent a section of club members with their belongings and essential kit taken out with them on … Continue reading

Penge Cycle Club – Down to a T.

When we head out into the lanes on a Sunday morning, we all know we’ve got a lot in common with the person riding next to us in the Penge CC tricolor. We know who’s a climber, a racer, a … Continue reading

An interview with Winston, SE20 Cycles by David Ward.

In an age where the vast majority of our high streets have been transformed into spaces that have become brightly lit bill boards for corporate Britain, you would be hard pushed not to find the presence of a Greggs, a … Continue reading