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The inaugural Comms Club Run
July 12, 2010, 12:01 pm
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For a while I’ve been puzzled by something…

If my colleagues can slope off to play golf for a day and call it work, then can I get to ride my bike for the day and turn it into networking by doing it on a weekday?

So I’ve cooked up a plan with Paul Wilkinson – a fellow roadie who works in PR – to launch an inaugural Communicators’ Club Run on 24September 2010.

The idea is to invite as many people as possible to join us on a 50K ride at a 20-25kph pace starting from Watford at 10 am.  We’ll head out through the Chilterns and have a tea/cake/networking break before getting back to the start at around 1 pm.  We’re not planning anything too challenging and will roll at the pace of the slowest rider mostly along quiet lanes.

Trains leave for Watford from Euston and the town is close to the M1 and M25 and not too far from the M40.

If you’re game RSVP Paul Wilkinson on or Liam FitzPatrick on And feel free to pass the invitation along to your chums, clients and contacts.

See you there…


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