CTT Affiliation

SRAMcc is affiliated to Cycling Time Trials.

This means that members can compete under the club colours at both open and other time trial events. There are a couple of important items of note for members entering any CTT events stipulated by the CTT organisation.

  1. Members must used the full name of the club when registering for events (Salisbury Road and Mountain Cycling Club). This is to avoid confusion with a well known cycle component manufacturer.
  2. When entering open time trials, the only permitted SRAMcc kit is the 2017 version. As a club we are not permitted to carry any sponsors logos on our kit. For events other than open time trials, the older versions of the club kit may be worn.

If you have any questions in relation to our affiliation, then please let us know.

SRAMcc Kit

We have a club cycling kite design, which we encourage club members to use on all rides to help promote the club.

Certain competitive events require you to wear properly registered club kit, and our kit design has been registered.

Because the kit is made up by the supplier in batches we need to provide a group order, you cannot order individual items. The club aims to set up a group kit order about two times a year, so look out on the club Facebook page if you are interested.

For further details contact Mark Harvey, who is the club kit officer.

OneLife iD

OneLife iD are happy to offer all members of SRAMcc a 10% discount on all their ID products. Just use the code SRAMCC10 at the checkout.

Their cycling friendly products are:

Squadra Stealth (Black tag) Adjustable ID band

Freestyle ID band – similar to charity band width with ID tag

MiniTag ID – key ring style tags that can be attached to keys, kit and bike

Both ID bands have been worn throughout the last 2 Tour de France on the wrist of Luke Rowe of Team Sky.

Every ID includes a helmet ICE carrier alert sticker, emergency phone screen for your mobile and the online ID profile to which you can add extra info and documents (great for cycling holidays with insurance policies etc)

Here are some ideas on what to put on an ID:


Andy’s flapjack

This is a recipe that has been asked for many times by people who sample it, as we’ve been cycling together, so I thought I’d put the recipe on here.   It’s based originally on a recipe by John Torode and modified a little as time has gone on.


  • The “wet” mix ( 500g )
    • 125g butter
    • 125g treacle
    • 125g golden syrup
    • 125g maple syrup
  • The fruit (700g )
    • 600g dried fruit (mix of dried apples, figs, mango, sultanas, raisins, mixed fruit etc.)
    • 100g glacé chopped ginger (to taste – you can just add more dried fruit if you don’t like ginger)
  • 400g porridge oats
  • pinch salt ( to taste )
  • 6 sheets of edible rice paper
  • baking parchment / greaseproof
  • 2 baking trays about 10″ x 7″


Melt the butter, treacle, golden syrup and maple syrup in a pan and bring it to the boil. Remove from the heat.

In a mixing bowl, mix all the dried fruit and oats together, then pour in most of the “wet” mix from the pan, mixing well until everything is all wet and sticky.   Keep a small amount (~dessert spoonful) of the “wet” for later.

Line a baking tray with baking parchment (overhanging slightly) and then line the bottom with a layer of rice paper.  Pour in the contents, press down flat.   “Paint” a layer of rice paper with the remaining “wet” for use as glue to stick the rice paper down on top.

Bake at 160 C for 30 mins.

Remove from oven, cover with a second piece or parchment, place a second tray on top and weigh it down, so it presses everything together as it cools.   Leave to cool.

Once cool, take weights off, and remove from the baking tray.   The parchment should gently come away leaving the rice paper firmly stuck to the flapjack (it may need a little careful removal near the edges / corners).

It can then be cut up cleanly into approx 1″ cubes for easy eating on the bike. The rice paper keeps the fingers from getting sticky and can be eaten.  For ease of cutting, I tend to place the flapjack in the freezer for a few hours first, as this makes it good and firm for cutting up.

Store in a standard cake tin, it will last for a couple of months perfectly well … ngfdccx. if you don’t eat it all before then 😉


SRAMcc Kit

The club kit has been updated for 2017 to remove any sponsors logos. This change has been brought in as the club no longer has any commercial association.

SRAMcc Kit 2017

The updated kit design has been registered with British Cycling.

Club kit can be purchased via Halosports  contact us if you need the password.