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MCC stall great success

We ran a stall in Princes Park on Sunday 7th September with great success, during the Sky Ride and before the official start of the Tour of Britain 2014, with lots of people on bikes diverting into the park. Lots of new members signed up, numbers soon to be announced here. In the meantime, check out these pictures:

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After setup and before the influx of people on bikes

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A good position for the banner, high up on the fence.

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Part of the team with the wares on offer: maps, leaflets and membership forms.

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The pros racing round Princes Park roundabout.

 

If anybody can name the two racers on the last image, please add this to the comments.

Edit: The two riders have been identified as No 73, Michel Golas of Omega Pharma Quickstep and No 55, Andreas Stauff of MTN-Qhubeka.

 

And here some more pics:

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Princes Avenue – car free and enjoyed by all ages.

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High interest in MCC stall.

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The Princes Park roundabout, care-free cycling.

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Martin Dunschen on 9 September, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    We’ve signed up just over 100 new members. Thank you and well done to all volunteers!

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