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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Autumn Reliability Trials & Club Run Dates



Winter miles, the base of any successful racing season starts here!

Bournemouth Arrow 50 mile reliability trial. A steady group or groups ride (depending on numbers) around local roads on a sporting course, 50 miles in 3 ½ hr. Sun 15th November, 09:00 Bisterne village hall, on the B3347. First Group Start: 9.00am (No of groups to be arranged on day)Fee £2 per rider Open to all riders (33 mile option within 50 Route) Food and Drink Available at HQ after ride
Full Route Instructions and Map on
BACC Website HERE (also available on day)
In addition to the Arrow event, Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers will once again be running their popular, long running reliability trial series. The monthly trials, starting with the 50 mile event in November, always provide a good test of rider and machine.
Members (First and Second Claim) £1 per Reliability Trial, other riders are required to become Associate Members of the Club.
Cost is £5 for all four Reliability Trials and all BJW Club Runs for the year. You can join on the day.
Under 18s should be accompanied by an adult.
1st NOVEMBER 2015 50 MILES
6TH DECEMBER 2015 100KM
10TH JANUARY 2016 75 MILES
7TH FEBRUARY 2016 100 MILES/100 KM
All BJW reliability trials will start between 08:30-09:30, SIGN ON & GO! From Merley Community Centre BH21 1XE.


1st Nov 2015 (depart 0830-0930) 50 Miles
6th Dec 2015 (depart 0830-0930) 100 Km
10th Jan 2016 (depart 0830-0930) 75 Miles
7th Feb 2016 (depart 0800-0900) 100 Miles or 100 Km option

The term reliability trial dates back to the early years of the 20th century when cycling equipment was not so reliable, road surfaces were poor, sign-posting was even worse, and mobile telephones had yet to be invented. Reliability trial riders needed to be resilient, able to navigate, capable of dealing with minor mechanical problems, and fit enough to complete the course.

Successful completion of all 4 BJW Reliability trials entitles the rider to a medal.

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers winter club run calendar 2015/16.
All are welcome to attend Bournemouth Jubilee club runs, meet at Kinson Library on Sunday mornings.

Schedule for Winter 2015/16 is as follows. 9AM start (with exception of 18th Oct club hill climb and also the Club Sunday Reliability Rides which start at Merley Community Centre).

The rides will generally be ~50-70 miles with a cafe stop at the destination. Club runs are not run at race pace, but you do need to be reasonably fit to complete them. You need a robust bike (not expensive) as some of the roads that the club runs use are minor B-roads so mudguards and 25c tyres are recommended in the Winter Months.

20-Sep-15 09:00 Shaftesbury
27-Sep-15 09:00 Lymington
04-Oct-15 09:00 Lulworth
11-Oct-15 09:00 Burley
18-Oct-15 08:00 Bulbarrow (Club HC)
25-Oct-15 09:00 Beaulieu
01-Nov-15 08:30-09:30 Club Reliability 50M
08-Nov-15 09:00 Wilton
15-Nov-15 09:00 Sherfied English
22-Nov-15 09:00 Dorchester
29-Nov-15 09:00 Landford
06-Dec-15 08:30-09:30 Club Reliability 100km
13-Dec-15 09:00 Fordingbridge
20-Dec-15 09:00 Compton Abbas
27-Dec-15 09:00 Brockenhurst
03-Jan-16 09:00 Swanage
10-Jan-16 08:30-09:30 Club Reliability 75M
17-Jan-16 09:00 Lepe
24-Jan-16 09:00 Weymouth
31-Jan-16 09:00 Morton
07-Feb-16 08:00-9:00 Club Reliability 100M or 100km

The Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers also run a fast-paced chaingang ride on Saturday mornings, 09:00 from Hurn Post Office.
Thru ‘n Off, a good paced training ride with no stops. Approx 39 miles.

Route: From Hurn Post Office head north along Matchams Lane out to Alderholt & Fordingbridge, left to Damerham, through village, over to Cranborne, (careful through village) on to the Horton Inn, left then right to Chalbury Common, Gaunts and Furzehill, up to Colehill, down to Canford bottom then Ham Lane & Parley Cross and back to Hurn!

Every Saturday from Hurn Post Office, shop is open for post ride cold cans, mars bars etc. free car park across the road (Ramsdown Enclosure)

Note: This is intended to be a quality training ride, so there will be no mass stop for punctures etc, be prepared.

Helmets compulsory. Full mudguards please from 1st Nov-1st Feb.

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