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September 23, 2021

Launch of Pauline Continuum Cycling

30 October 2021, 2pm
Founder’s Court, St Paul’s School

After a successful pilot event two years ago, we are proud to launch Pauline Continuum Cycling (PCC). This is a manifestation of the overarching desire to develop a wider, more inclusive Pauline community.

PCC has the full support of the School, Hugh Roberts (1969-74) – founder and organiser of The Tour of Britain – and the Old Pauline Club, represented by Jon Morgan (1969-74).

Join us at 2pm on 30 October for group park laps — 2 or 3 depending on experience – see professional cycling team cars, bikes and riders, and enjoy refreshments, introductions and a guest speaker.

Future ride details and sign-up information will be advertised across the Pauline Community’s communications platforms.

This is primarily a social cycling club featuring great routes, club benefits from our affiliation with Sweetspot and the Tour of Britain, and the opportunity to expand horizons by meeting and riding with members of the Pauline Community.

The PCC welcomes alumni, parents and friends/family of the Pauline Community to join our rides and, by next summer, it hopes to have grown enough to formalise membership with associated unique benefits and expand into sportives and trips.

Regrettably, due to safeguarding complexities, the PCC is not open to current Paulines.

(Image shows Paulines Cycling during the evacuation to Crowthorne)

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