Cycle Club Sudbury held their annual dinner and prize presentation evening for the 2014 season at Newton Green Golf Club.
With 50 members in attendance, the guest of honour was Hugo Gladstone from Cycling Weekly magazine, a former member of the club.
He gave amusing recollections of his time at CCS and his time spent on the magazine, which was well received.
He congratulated the club on doubling its membership since he was with them and confirmed the magazine had also seen a great resurgence in people taking up cycling during the past few years.
Jonathan Weatherley won the prestigious Rider of the Year Cup, along with Vets Best All-Rounder, 25 and 50-mile Time Trial (TT) cups and Evening Points Series BAR trophy to cap off a sensational year which also saw him break the club’s 10, 25 and 50-mile TT records.
Damon Day finally and deservedly won some club silverware with the 100-mile TT cup and the Vets BAR trophy.
The Ladies’ 25-mile TT Bowl went to Barbara Law, along with the club 10-mile TT cup.
John Oakshott won the Audax cup with 5,542km completed in Audax events during the year, while the Hillclimb Senior Champion Trophy went to Lee Ford, with Charlie Felstead taking the Schoolboy award for the same event.
The Ladies’ Trophy went to Kirsty White for her work with the junior section, Jody Downs took the Club 10-mile TT award, Ian Campbell picked up the Handicap Cup and Rob Davies the Vets cup on the same event.
David Millar won the season-long Evening Points Series TTs with 808 points, and Roger Rush picked up the Clubman of the Year Shield for his work in producing the club’s monthly magazine.
East Anglian Children’s Hospice which benefitted from the proceeds of the evening’s raffle in the sum of £191.