Fusion Cycling Club

Home of Dronfields only cycling club - Est 1986

Why ride up a hill once when you can ride up it 36 times? Starting at 4.57am

In completing his most recent conquest Tom who never does things by halves, decided it would be good to ride up "The Dale" at Hathersage 36 (Yes Three Six) times.  


This is a 2.1 mile climb with an average gradient of 8%

Strava Stats below:


Rode 156 miles

Climbed 29,986 feet (9,139 meters)


Time taken 13hrs 57mins

Average Speed 11.2mph


A MASSIVE "CHAPEAU" Thomas, whatever`s next??


A Big Thanks to Matt and Darren for supporting him at some point during the ride.  


Ray, Neil and Trevor following the completion of a sportive

Barry following his epic climb of Alpe d`huez (And he really had fun!)

Ray and Trevor in Fomentor, Majorca

Ray cycling in Tenerife

Jane enjoying an extra ride in Antibes,
Cote d`Azur

Jane on her Alpe Adria bike tour in the summer taking her from Salzburg to Ljubljana. Here shes at the border between Austria and Slovenia near to Kransjka Gora on a beautiful bike path.  Later in the day she was at 1500m and was worried about the sign on the right...

Les on his trip to La Madonna del Ghisallo
"The Patron Saint of cycling"