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David A. Pritchard Construcciones ........617 698418 / 662 046497 Enrique Aguirre S.L. (Garrucha) .................................950 460028 Interglaze ……..............................…...................... 680 743311 Lifestyle Enclosures Europe S.L. (See p. 9) 950 459060 / 638 063196 Mojácar Home Improvements ....................................950 473104 Ortega Windows & Doors .......................................950 393305 Plas-Tech Windows ...................................................600 320761 Screenmasters (See p.41)......….….........................677 152911 Speedyfit ...........................................950 439228 / 600 006032

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Community News We ended up with five medals and a raffle prize! Lewis Irvine 3rd Male Elite (under 23) Helen Ozone 1st Female (50+) Scott Chance 1st Male (60+) Bruce Ayers 3rd Male (60+) Karen Ayers 1st Female (60+) There were approximately 200 riders, with only about 20 females competing, all of whom were given a commemorative amethyst (la amatista). I was the oldest female competitor (Karen) and was paid a big compliment by one of the younger female competitors who rode alongside and said ‘You are my hero. I want to be like you in the future’!

Medals Galore at the Gran Premio La Amatista Cycle Race On Sunday, 19th September, six El Bandido/MCH riders ventured to Carboneras for the Gran Premio La Amatista race, an 87k circuit with over 1,000m of climbing. There were two races within the race, the first along the Fernán Pérez road and the second up an average 10% climb to Rodalquilar and the steep climb from Las Negras. The ‘peleton’ rode behind the lead car before and regrouped after, each of the race zones, with two feed stops along the way, with drinks, bananas and cakes available to fuel the next stage. An unusual format, for those of us used to sportive events in the UK, but one that allowed for a rolling road closure and ensured no-one got completely left behind. The last 20k, including the climb out of Agua Amarga, was behind the lead car, so everyone finished back in Carboneras at the same time! There were trophies for each of the race sections, overall trophies and age group medals, as well as a race number raffle.

Any keen road cyclists who would like to ride with the Bandidos, please join our Facebook page to find out more. We usually ride on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Details of rides, distance, climbing and average speed are posted on FB so you’ll know what to expect. There’s always a coffee stop and a friendly welcome! L to R: Scott, Helen, Karen, Bruce, Lewis

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