Fuzz Edwards, who was a member of Central London CTC since the early days has sadly died at the age of 89.
Angela Byrne has the following memories of Fuzz:
He was a popular leader of Central London’s one star rides using Barts' cotton backed half-inch maps which led to many adventures.
people pointed out that his map was a bit out of date he would retort “it’s accurate enough, the hills haven’t moved!”. He made sure that newcomers felt welcome and included in the club. He was a life-long cyclist and had an extensive collection of
vintage bicycles including a sidecar for infants, which was used for his children and grandchildren. He together with his family was a regular attender at the CTC Birthday rides as well as the Mildenhall rallies.
My favourite memory of him is watching him at the Boulogne randonee in his plus fours, wearing a straw hat and with a wicker basket on the front of his bicycle, cycling up a hill on the outside of a group of young lycra-clad cyclists on modern road bikes, puffing gently on his pipe.
We send our best wishes to his wife Mary, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, many of whom picked up the cycling bug and have cycled with Central London CTC as well as to his sister Judy and her husband John, both also keen cyclists.