Motto: Where there's a wheel there's a way
Raison d'etre: To go baldly (sic) with pink inner tubes intact



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Social secretary seen in his working days
fraternising with the great and
good of Bromley Council.

About us
The outcome of a rather drunken evening when the past chairman was bemoaning his continued lack of exercise and riding opportunities on Sunday mornings following the arrival of two children.
By virtue of the fact that it is the only cycling club in the village, the Sunday Cyclists claims to be the largest cycling club in Green Street Green - one of the many suburbs of Orpington in England's garden county of Kent.
The Club now has a core membership of almost 12, as well as several casual members who grace us with their presence when they haven't got anything better to do; or can no longer stomach the sarcastic emails from the social secretary who recently retired from full-time employment.
We go out at 8.00am every Sunday, all year round, for a cross-country ride that can last for anything between 2 and 3 hours (depending on the number of punctures, refreshment stops and quality / length of banter in which we engage), over a distance of anything from 10 to 20 miles.
If you'd like to join us, in person or virtually, send an email to chairman@sundaycyclists.com Anyone who knows anything about map reading and/or cycle maintenance is most welcome.
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GERMANY ON THE RADAR

Germany on the radar Having conquered the Ardennes, the Alps, the Brecon Beacons and the New Forest, the Club's forthcoming tour to the Black Forest region of Germany promises some of the toughest action to date. Unpronounceably long place names; unfeasibly tight lederhosen, undrinkably large portions of Kaffe (mit Kuchen); and unlimited opportunities to play stereotypical German characters from the Great Escape, Dad's Army or Fawlty Towers. The 12-strong elite patrol are undergoing intense training and promise to be ready for D-Day (Deutschland Day) - May 12th 2006.

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