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Eddie Cook, co-founder of the LVRC, is now in poor health and resident in a care home at North Weald, Essex. He has been presented on with a commemorative Certificate of Life Membership.

Eddie a former member of the Crescent C.C., Brentwood R.C., and the Hainault R.C., together with the late Percy Stallard (founder of the British League of Racing Cyclists), founded the LVRC in 1986 to provide a programme of competitive and social cycling for male and female members of 40 years old and over. 

In 2016, its 30th anniversary year, it was fitting that Eddie's local region of London and Southeast, recognised his contribution to our sport.

The presentation was made by Knocker Shields, Chairman of the London and Southeast Region. Also in attendance was Eddie's daughter Sarah and some of Eddie’s cycling colleagues from his younger days.

Photographs of the presentation to Eddie by Knocker Shields and of the group who attended are in the Photo Gallery. L to R in the group photo are Eric Beauchamp, Fred Little, Colin Mannakee, Robin Webb and Knocker Shields with Eddie.


2016 Articles

15/04/2016 - 
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