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Albert Brown run

Arthur King Memorial Run

Section Constitution

Welcome to the VMCC's Bedfordshire Section website.

The section meets at the Memorial Hall, Shefford on the second Thursday in the month from 8pm on.

The premier event for the section is the Albert Brown run which is usually held in early July. See the Albert Brown run page.

Entry forms are available for download here in Word format or here as PDF.


WRONG DATE: Ride out to the Velo Club in Cranfield

As has been announced at clubnight and emailed by Bryan the ride out is on the 21st and not the 14th as in the events list.


VMCC Consultation Results 2018

As mentioned at last month's clubnigh the results of the consultation can ve viewed as a PDF here or as a 'Word' document here.


Club Night

Clubnight on June 14th is the "Right your bike to clubnight and the Section's 40th Anniversary Celebrations".


Forthcoming events:

June 2018 Thursday 14th  Ride Your Bike to Shefford. Memorial Hall, Shefford, 8.00pm for 8.30

June 2018 Thursday 21st  Mid-week Run. Memorial Hall, Shefford, 10am for a 10.30 start

June 2018 Sunday 24th  Shuttleworth Breakfast Meet 10am. All Welcome

July 2018 Sunday 1st  Albert Brown Run

Julu 2018 Thursday 12th  Car Park Concours Competition. Memorial Hall, Shefford, 8.00pm for 8.30


Events in 2018

Available for download is the programme of events for 2018 either as a 'Word' document here or in PDF format here.


AGM 2017

The Chairman's, secretary's & treasurer's reports and the minutes of the meeting for this year's AGM are now available to browse here.


The website

When I took over the website it needed hosting. This was done thanks to the to the generosity of Section members Peter and Dot Jones who hosted the site on their server DJ Automation Engineering Ltd

For practical reasons DJ Automation can no longer host the site and I've therefore now moved it over to my server. I would like to acknowledge the contribution of both Peter and Dot, their support allowed us to keep on the net and helped the section to grow accordingly. Sadly Peter passed away but Dot still continued to help us, donating a really good projector that we use regularly for talks and presentations in the club-house.

For all of this the Section would like to say a heartfelt "Thank you", very much appreciated.


Peter Langridge's award-winning 1933 KSS Velo at the Dane's Camp stop on the Arthur King Memorial Run.

All but 60 miles of country roads, more than 40 riders and wonderful weather too.

Comments, suggestions and articles for inclusion to: Will Curry ()