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Active Dorset Summer Track League #1, Report/Results

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

UK Biking Bournemouth Cycleworks Summer Road Race, A Few Places Left.

A few places are still available for the UK Biking - Bournemouth Cycleworks Summer Road Race on Sunday July 16th at 10am.
We have 46 riders so far and would love a full field.
The race is for 2nd, 3rd and 4th Category riders and uses the Lulworth Circuit.
The race distance is 56 miles (10 laps).
Enter online HERE

"Come down to Dorset and race on one of our great courses. The Lulworth Circuit is quite testing with over 4000 feet of climbing over the 10 laps but I am sure that you are quite capable of it. We look forward to seeng you.
Prizes – 1st £60, 2nd £50, 3rd £40, 4th £35, 5th £30, 6th £20, 7th-10th £10. Primes of £10 and £5 for the first 2 riders across the finish line at the end of laps 2 to 9. Our thanks to Bournemouth Cycleworks for the prizes.

Bring the family and when the cycling is over there is the Jurassic Coast to explore. Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door are just five minutes away. There are plenty of museums in Dorchester to keep the kids amused as well."

Great Britain Cycling Team Set for Paracycling Road World Cup


A nine-strong Great Britain Cycling Team travel to Emmen, Netherlands for the final UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup of the season before August’s UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in South Africa.

The team will compete over three days from Friday to Sunday across the time trials and road races.

As well as aiming for the podium, the event will give riders the chance to stake their claim for a spot at the world championships.

Paralympic gold medallists Megan Giglia and Louis Rolfe are selected for the first time since winning gold and silver at the HSBC UK | National Track Championships in January. Giglia and Rolfe have both enjoyed considerable success on the track and will be aiming to translate that success to the road for the first time in 2017.

After competing with Hazel Macleod and Sophie Thornhill respectively at the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Los Angeles, Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall are re-united as they continue a partnership that has seen them become Paralympic gold medallists, double world champions on the road and bronze medallists at the track world championships.

Steve Bate and his pilot Adam Duggleby got their 2017 season off to a successful start at the first para-cycling road world cup winning time trial gold in Maniago and they’ll be aiming to repeat that success as they work towards their ambition of becoming world champions for the first time.

Mel Nicholls is selected after a promising start to her para-cycling career, which saw her win bronze medals in the time-trial and road race in her debut event for the team in Ostend, while Simon Price and Liz Saul will also ride in their second road world cup of the season after both competed in Maniago.

Great Britain Cycling Team para-cycling head coach, Jon Norfolk, said:

“The world cup in Emmen is the final major event for the team before the world championships in South Africa and we’ll be looking at performances in the Netherlands with selection for that in mind.

“There have been some really promising results from a number of riders in the first two world cups and with Megan, Louis, Corrine and Lora coming back into the fold the road side of our programme is beginning to look really strong.”

British Cycling Announce Team for MTB Andorra World Cup


British Cycling has confirmed the three riders who will represent the Great Britain Cycling Team at the next round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano in Vallnord, Andorra, from 1 – 2 July 2017.

Senior academy riders Ella Connolly and Evie Richards along with Frazer Clacherty will line up in Great Britain colours to contest the under-23 categories for the third world cup of their season.

British Cycling’s lead mountain bike coach Simon Watts said: “I’ve been impressed with the performances I’ve seen in the world cups so far this season and I’m looking for the momentum to continue in Vallnord.

“Evie Richards won the silver medal as a junior rider in the world championships held on this course in 2015, and she’s having a really good season so far. She won the previous round of the world cup in Albstadt and finished second prior to that in the Czech Republic so she’ll be gridded first on the start line in Andorra. Frazer Clacherty recorded a career best result of a sixth place finish in Albstadt and this will see him gridded on the second row for this round of the world cup. Ella is in her first year of the under-23 category so her objectives are based around her performance on the first lap of the race and I’m looking for her to continue progression in this area rather than the overall result.

“The course in Vallnord has been on the world cup calendar for some time now and we know that the altitude can significantly affect the riders’ performance, so we took that into consideration as part of the team’s preparation for this race.

“We’re currently in Andorra on an altitude camp where we’ve been for the past two weeks. The riders have found the conditions at altitude to be very demanding but the Great Britain Cycling Team support staff have managed the adaptation process successfully and as a group the riders have worked hard to support each other. It’s been brilliant for their development as mountain bikers as they’ve learnt about how altitude affects their bodies and what they’re capable of if they manage the situation properly. I’m looking forward to seeing how all the riders get on after this good block of training.”

Other British riders competing in this event for their trade teams are: Annie Last (OMX Pro Team), Isla Short (OMX Pro Team), Grant Ferguson (CST Sandd American Eagle Mountainbike Team) and Iain Paton (Scottish Cycling).

Great Britain Cycling Team for UCI Mountain Bike Cross Country World Cup, Vallnord

Frazer Clacherty
Ella Conolly
Evie Richards

South DC Youth Time Trial Champs, Results/Report

Results -Youth Time Trial Championships
(South DC District Heat)
Course: P847/10k Funtington West Stoke 22nd June 2017

Thursday evening (22nd) was the local round of the National Youth Time Trial Championships held on the Funtington road near Chichester. Competitors from around the Wessex region descended on West Stoke Village Hall HQ with Poole Wheelers bringing a team of 6 riders.
The race was over 10 kilometres with riders setting off at minute intervals. First girl was Caitlin Peters (i-Team), the current Junior British Best All Rounder with a time of 15:10 followed by Izzy Brickell (Fareham Wheelers) 15:57 and Lucy Gadd (Poole Wheelers) 16:40 in third.
For the Boys VC Venta took the first two places with Charlie Walters 13:56 and Elliot Cox 14:18, in third place was Thomas Day (Poole Wheelers) 14:28. Unfortunately, VC Venta did not have a third counting rider and the team prize went to Poole Wheelers (Thomas Day, Dan Byrne and Jamie Whitcher) who retained their title from last year.
There were also qualifying places for age categories (12,13,14,15 & 16) with promoting club Solent Pirates Youth CC taking two, Ella Lawrence (14 girl) and Thomas Green (15 Boy). Other qualifiers for the National final were Peter Drabble (VC Meudon) 12 Boy and Matthew Hickman (Portsmouth NECC) 13 boy.

1 Charlie Walters M16 JUN Velo Club Venta 00:13:56 26.76
2 Elliot Cox M16 JUN Velo Club Venta 00:14:18 26.07
3 Thomas Day M14 JUV Poole Wheelers 00:14:28 25.77
4 Samuel Freeman M14 JUV SPYCC 00:14:52 25.08
5 Matthew Hickman M13 JUV Portsmouth NECC 00:14:55 24.99
6 Harry Parsons M16 JUN Sotonia CC 00:15:00 24.85
7 Jacob Schnabel M13 JUV Fareham Wheelers CC 00:15:08 24.64
8 Caitlin Peters F15 JUV i-Team CC 00:15:10 24.58
=9 Izzy Brickell F13 JUV Fareham Wheelers CC 00:15:57 23.37
=9 Jamie Whitcher M13 JUV Poole Wheelers 00:15:57 23.37
10 Max Edgington M14 JUV SPYCC 00:16:09 23.08
11 Thomas Green M15 JUV SPYCC 00:16:10 23.06
12 Dan Byrne M15 JUV Poole Wheelers 00:16:22 22.78
13 Lucy Gadd F16 JUN Poole Wheelers 00:16:40 22.37
14 Freya Richardson F15 JUV Portsmouth NECC 00:16:46 22.24
15 Peter Drabble M12 JUV VC Meudon 00:17:18 21.55
16 Isaac Warrington M14 JUV SPYCC 00:17:21 21.49
17 Ellie farrow F15 JUV SPYCC 00:17:25 21.41
18 Connor Hinkley M14 JUV …a3crg 00:17:27 21.36
19 Madeline Grace Cooper F13 JUV Spokes BPC Racing 00:17:41 21.08
20 Ben Gill M13 JUV Poole Wheelers 00:18:06 20.60
21 Charlotte Kelly F13 JUV Poole Wheelers 00:18:13 20.47
22 Ella Lawrence F14 JUV SPYCC 00:18:20 20.34
23 Mat Remani M15 JUV SPYCC 00:18:22 20.30
24 Scott Morgan M15 JUV SPYCC 00:18:49 19.81

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Horton & McLaughlin Winners at Weymouth Crit Series

Weymouth Park and Ride Crit Series ends with Chris McLaughlin Winning overall.

The Weymouth Crit series had been hailed as a complete success by host club Mud, Sweat n Gears. During the four events there have been races which included mainly cat3 and cat 4 riders, with a special race for a cat 2/3 mix at the second event. The final event was held on the 13th June with James Horton *(VC ST raphael) taking the win it.Throughout the series a real mix of riders entered, but good riding and consistency shows through in the end. All riders who scored points during the series were entered into the overall series ranking. Coming out on top was 16-year-old Chris McLaughlin of the Uk Biking\Bournemouth Cycleworks\TREK team. During this time Chris show cycling maturity well above his years and deservedly won the series title for 2017. In second place was the Mud, Sweat n Gears team manager Darren Orchard. Having missed one event Darren was happy with the result of 2nd overall. When asked about the series winner Darren described Chris as ‘A really nice guy who has a great mind for the sport. At such a tender age he will go far if he can keep his focus.’ In third place we have Christopher Wilson of Uk Biking\Bournemouth Cycleworks\TREK team. Chris started out in the fourth cat races this season, but once promoted he still managed to finish an impressive 4th place in his first cat 3 appearance at the park and ride.
Mud, Sweat n Gears would like to than all of the volunteers that help make the series such a success. Special thanks also goes out to Dorset County Council for ensuring the use of the park and ride for these events. Also we would like to thank all the riders and spectators who attended the park in the races themselves. Without you the series would have been nothing.
As for the future. We hope to be putting on some races here later in the year that could really help those riders who may well be chasing points. We expect to cater for riders from cat 4 to cat 2 over a few events in September so please keep an eye out for further details.
Overall series results table below

1 Chris McLaughlin 36
2 Darren Orchard 24
3 Christopher Wilson 21
4 James Horton 20
5 Jack Wiltshire 16
5 Gavin Berry 16
7 Nick Carroll 14
7 Charlie Cox 14
9 Kevin Egan 13
10 Sean Frost 11
11 Robert Midmore 10
11 Tom Carter 10
11 Lewis Stripp 10
11 Niall Lambing 10
11 Harry Sealey 10
11 Luke Barfoot 10
11 Jon Samways 10
18 Monty Knite 9
18 Thomas Ellis 9
20 Simon Chainey 8
20 Harvey Martin 8
20 Jack Savidge 8
23 Richard Wyeth 7
23 Ben Cooke 7
23 George Creasey 7
23 Craig Gould 7
23 Aled Jones 7
28 Graham Biles 6
28 Steven Cowley 6
28 Simon Merritt 6
28 Matthew Norris 6
32 Luke Monahan 5
32 Chris Randall 5
34 Mark Gibbs 4
34 Keith Ellis 4
34 Julian Lockwood 4
34 Dafydd Evans 4
34 Phillip Cole 4
39 Leslie Thomas 3
39 Darren Hayter 3
39 Shaun Palmer 3
39 Craig Haslam 3
39 Andrew Carter 3
44 Matt Carey 2
45 James Gilgrist 1
45 William Thurgood 1
45 Phil Walter 1
45 Patrick Dunn 1
45 Matthew Merritt 1
45 Duncan Towner 1
45 Daniel Bates 1
45 Mark Valentine 1
45 Russell Speight 1
45 Graham Lackford 1

Bike Channel Canyon Announce New Signings for 2018

BIKE Channel Canyon have handed professional contracts to a pair of promising British junior riders.
Louis Rose-Davies and Charles Page, (above) both 18, will join the UCI Continental outfit as first-year seniors in 2018 after penning one-year deals.
Sports director Tim Elverson is delighted with his new recruits and believe their arrival underlines his commitment to developing young talent.
He said: “I want to keep that core of six under-23s within our squad. We have got a few guys who will move up next season, so bringing Louis and Charles in is important.
“They are both exciting prospects. I have signed them nice and early because I want them to relax into knowing what they have coming.
“There is a possibility one or both may ride as stagiaires for us from August 1, too. I have got to go through it yet but I do have that option.
“We have a couple of European races which may be good to let them have a roll out before we close down for the year.”
Rose-Davies, who hails from Chertsey and currently rides for Canyon UK, recently clinched the Kingdom Junior Classic crown.
Among his other notable results this season are top-10 finishes in the Ster der Vlaamse Ardennen, Junior CiCLE Classic and a trio of National Bs.
Page, meanwhile, finished fifth in the Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne Juniors, fourth in the Cadence Junior Road Race and seventh in the Junior CiCLE Classic.
Both riders started out with the Hillingdon Slipstreamers club, with Amersham’s Page now dividing his time between Cycle Team OnForm and French under-19 outfit Culture Velo.
Elverson added: “I have worked pretty hard at keeping an eye on what is going on. I have known both lads for a long while and I have no doubt they will fit in well with us.
“Louis is gritty. He is aggressive and that’s good for our style of racing. He is really focused and very good for a tough day out, which is important.
“It can be hard to transition from junior to senior but, hopefully, his character suggests he will cope well with the step up.
“Charles is quick. He has been around a while, learnt his craft and has a lot to give. He is very capable and reminds me of what I used to see in Rory (Townsend).
“I really like his attitude. He wants to be a professional bike rider and he has shown plenty of ability which is promising.”

David Lloyd Club 10, 26/06/17 Results

David Lloyd Southampton 10 Mile Time Trial P164c Monday 26th June 2017
1 22:26 Andy Postlethwaite, NFCC
2 23:07 Gary Allen, GA Cycles
3 23:14 Justin P, NFCC
4. 23:51 Oliver Handley, SUCC
5. 24:50 Richard Iles, Primera
6. 25:34 Wayne Widebank, DL
7. 25:40 Stephen Skinner, JPCC
8. 25:41 Martin Turner, NB
9. 25:44 Luke Boating, JPCC
10. 25:54 Fletcher Adams, Hargroves Cycles
11. 25:54 Jamie Doel, JPCC
12. 26:07 James Davenport, NB
13 26:11 Peter Boating, JPCC
14 26:23 Joanne Iles, Primera
15 26:30 Mike Rounds, BJW
16 26:43 Paul Jackson, JPCC
17 26:31 Pete Blackman, DL
18 27:23 Pat and Helen Langford, CCC
19 27:34 Trevor Osman, DL
20 27:58 Tim Withers, JPCC
21 28:34 Dan Towell, JPCC
22 28:50 George Parsons, JPCC
23 28:52 Suzy Howick, DL
24 29:18 Sarah Needle, DL
25 29:22 Chris Summers, Sotonia
26 29:56 Clare Wiggins, JPCCJod
27 29:59 Jode Lakeman-Brown
28 30:50 James Mann, Chapel Tri Stars
29 31:31 Andy Judd, DL
30 32:40 Andrew Larter, unattached
31 32:44 M Channon, JPCC

Sotonia CC Summer Road Race, Start List

Start list:

Sunday 2nd July 2017, Owslebury Parish Hall, Owlesbury, Winchester, SO21 1JQ
(HQ opens at 8.00am)
Start time: 10.00am
Distance: 96km / 60miles
Rider categories: 2/3

1 Joseph Linehan Alé DMT Cipollini UK 2nd
2 Matthew Buckley Andover Whls 2nd
3 Jake Hollins Bath Cycling Club 2nd
4 Alex Platt Bikechain - Ricci 3rd
5 Brecon Burnett Cardiff Ajax CC 2nd Junior
6 Trevor Smith Cotswold Veldrijden 2nd
7 Ryan Brain Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club 2nd
8 Paul Hayward Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club 2nd
9 Andrew Carter 2nd
10 Mark Herbert Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3rd
11 Nicholas Hale Farnborough & Camberley CC 3rd
12 Osama Assem Finchley Racing Team 3rd
13 Alex Cohen Finsbury Park CC 3rd
14 Richard Keeping Full Gas Racing Team 2nd
15 Riyadh Khamis Full Gas Racing Team 2nd
16 James Archibald GS Henley 3rd
17 Pete Ganderton GS Henley 2nd
18 Tom Stocker Hargroves-Ridley-Montezumas 3rd
19 Rob Walker High Wycombe Cycling Club 2nd
20 James Boyman Hoops Velo 2nd
21 Peter Hodson-Thomas Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
22 James Hywel-Davies Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
23 Tom Lane Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
24 David Prickett Morvelo Basso RT 2nd
25 Phillip Cole Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 2nd
26 Jake Yarranton Pedal Heaven RT 2nd
27 Tristan Grigalis PMR@Toachim House 2nd
28 Kevin Egan Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
29 Dafydd Evans Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
30 Matthew Downie Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
31 David Billings Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
32 John Carter Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
33 Thomas Grigson Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
34 Andrew Moon Reading CC 3rd
35 Christopher Rothwell Ride 24/7 2nd
36 Steve Thomas Ride 24/7 2nd
37 Patryk Rucki Skinline Race Club 2nd
38 Brook Elgie Sotonia CC 2nd
39 Benjamin Hames Sotonia CC 3rd
40 Andrew Mackay Sotonia CC 2nd
41 James Peckham Sotonia CC 2nd
42 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia CC 2nd
43 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 2nd
44 Russell Speight Sotonia CC 3rd
45 Red Walters Sotonia CC 2nd Junior

46 Harry Chamberlain Southampton University RC 3rd
47 Patrick Brown Spokes BPC Racing 2nd
48 Joe Hickerton Spokes BPC Racing 2nd
49 Lewis Martin Spokes BPC Racing 2nd
50 Harry Ribbons TBW Bottecchia Wigmore RT 2nd
51 Jason Ormston Team Quest - The Bike Shop 3rd
52 Timothy Allen Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
53 Frazier Carr Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
54 Alexander Cross Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd Junior
55 Edward Giles Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
56 Tom Sefton Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
57 Kris Collins Team Wiggle 3rd
58 Jason Ginn The Cycle Room 3rd
59 Richard Cartland trainSharp Club 2nd
60 Luke Barfoot Tri UK 2nd
61 Sean Frost Tri UK 3rd
62 Martin Rowland UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 2nd
63 Nicholas Tyrie University of Bath Cycling Club 3rd
64 Jim Hamilton University of Exeter Cycling Club 3rd
65 Max Moyles University of Exeter Cycling Club 2nd
66 George Wise VC Equipe - Flix 2nd
67 Lewis Winfield VC Londres 2nd Junior
68 Dean Corney VC Meudon 2nd
69 Anthony Roberts VC Meudon 2nd
70 Michael Ford VC St Raphael 2nd
71 Thom Hayward Velo Club Venta 2nd
72 Oliver Winwood Bratchell Velo Club Venta 3rd Junior
73 Nick Broome Velo Schils - Interbike RT 2nd
74 Lee Davis VeloVitesse 2nd
75 Matthew Alder ZeroBC 2nd
76 Michael Devaney ZeroBC 2nd
77 Adam Lowe ZeroBC 2nd
78 Harvey McNaughton i-Team 2nd Junior

Circuit description:
The race HQ is located at Owslebury Parish Hall, Main Road, Owslebury, SO21 1JQ. The race
roll out from the HQ will be neutralised along Longwood Road toward the crossroad junction
with Belmore Lane. At the junction turn right onto Belmore Lane where, once safe, the race
will be de-neutralised. Immediately after the crest of the first hill the road drops away to
the left followed by a sharp right hand bend where extreme care is needed. After a series
of rolling hills the race turns left into Salt Lane to climb up to The Milburys Pub crossroads.
Just before cresting the Salt Lane climb riders will cross the finish line for the first time (there
will be a further 7 laps). At the crossroads the race turns left for a fast decent (care should
be taken to avoid potholes in the centre of the road at the bottom of the descent), followed
by a sharp climb to the Longwood Road junction, at the junction the race turns left and
descends to the junction with Belmore Lane where the race will turn left to complete the
circuit. Riders will pass the finish line 8 (eight) times in total.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Wadsley & Williamson Split the Difference at Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 25, Report/Results

Sam Wadsley (Poole Wheelers) & Stephen Williamson (...3crg) shared the spoils at the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 25, both stopping the clock on 53:06 on a breezy morning in Dorset.
Williamson graciously let Wadsley take the winners cheque, courtesy of the 2 tenths of a second that officially separated them*. It was 19 year old Wadsley's first Open win at the distance and he was happy to tie with the Experienced Williamson. A stiff westerly wind made the leg back to the Bakers Arms a slog and ridden 3 times, concentration was essential.
Michelle Walter (Bournemouth Arrow CC) took the women's award clocking 1:04:29 ahead of Sarah Wise (CC Weymouth), 1:05:17.
Third place Matt Rollinson, 53:34, led the promoting club to the team prize, the fast improving Rollinson was backed up by John Samways, 53:36 and Adrian Murray 55:36 for a combined, 2:42:46.

Provisional Result












*Other than Hill Climbs, times are rounded up to the whole second as per CTT regulations

Saturday, 24 June 2017

David LLoyd Club 10,19/06/17

David Lloyd Southampton 10 Mile Time Trial P164c
Monday 19th June 2017
1 Andy Postlethwaite NFCC 23.12
2 Ian Sherin, 3C 24.42
3 Oliver Handley, SURC 24.43
4 Phil Godfrey, Sotonia CC 24.47
5 Julian Porter, JPCC 24.47
6 Pat Lafford, Crabwood CC 25.50
7 Fletcher Adams, Hargroves 25.56
8 Dale Payne, JPCC 26.04
9 Ian Edmonds, DL 26.16
10 Wayne Windebank, DL 26.24
11 Martin Turner 26.41
12 Harry Parsons, Sotonia CC 26.42
13 Luke Bowring, JPCC 26.45
14 Michelle, Walter, BACC 26.51
15 P Lewis, Dayside Tri 27.10
16 Peter Bowring, JPCC 27.19
17 J Davenport 27.23
18 Jamie Doel, JPCC 27.25
19 Paul Jackson, JPCC 27.37
20 Trevor Osman, DL 27.56
21 Claire Newman, Crabwood CC 28.12
22 George Hill, JPCC 28.25
23 Pete Blackman, DL 28.34
24 Mary Corbett/Norman Harvey Sotonia CC 29.01
25 George Parsons, JPCC 29.05
26 Neil Addcock, JPCC 29.34
27 Alistair Ewing, DL 29.47
28 Suzy Howick, DL 29.58
29 Andy Heywood, DL 30.15
30 John Raney, JPCC 30.38
31 Steve Cleves 31.04
32 Keith Burch, DL 31.09
33 P Myford, DL 31.41
34 Andy Judd, DL 31.50
35 C Wiggins, JPCC 32.26
36 J Mann, Chapel Tri 32.48
37 H Aderman, Chapel tri 32.50
38 Tracey Heywood, DL 32.55
39 George Wadsworth, DL 46.56

Friday, 23 June 2017

Active Dorset Summer Track League #1, Report/Results

Charley Calvert (Backstedt Hotchillee) looked set to dominate the racing at the opening round of the Active Dorset Summer track league. Calvert won the warm up scratch race without trying it seemed, leaving Jaimee Haycock (Bournemouth Arrow) & Alan Collins (Portsmouth North End) to dispute the minor placings.
Calvert then clocked 12:06 for the flying 200 for a clear win in the sprint qualifyer. A comfortable win in the elimination race followed, with the British Cycling academy rider dispatching Gareth Rose (Bournemouth Arrow) after Tom Day (Poole Wheelers) had exhausted himself into the wind that blew down the home straight.
The wheels then came off, or more accurately the saddle as a broken seat pin sent Calvert home for an early bath allowing Rose to take a 25 lap points race win ahead of the hard working George Creasy (UK BIKING) & Simon Pettifer (Poole Wh).
Pettifer then took the senior sprint, wanting it more than Rose.
Tom Day won the final 30 lap scratch race, taking a 4 up sprint after Creasy & Dan Byrne(Poole Wheelers) had made all the running.
The pair had gone away as early as the third lap, both commited, they stayed clear till 3 to go before Rose & Day jumped across to spoil their day.
The Active Dorset league included a full youth programme with Isabel Sharp (Poole Wheelers), Ben Tinsdale (Bournemouth Arrow), Jaimee Whitcher (Poole Wheelers), Anna Tuttle & Ella-Marie Dearlove (Bournemouth Arrow) all getting stuck in and relishing the racing opportunity. Tinsdale caught the eye, aggressively riding a 12 lap points race from the front, finishing with maximum points. The Active Dorset Track league in association with Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers continues for the next 5 Friday evenings, gates open at 6pm, first race 6:30pm.


Flying 200
12.06 Charley Calvert Backstedt
13.13 Simon Pettifer Poole Wheelers
13.20 Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
13.30 Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers
13.54 Tom Day Poole Wheelers
13.73 George Creasey UK Biking
13.73 Mike Page Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
13.86 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
14.07 Alan Collins Portsmouth North End CC
14.26 Ben Tinsdale Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
14.48 Rob Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
14.64 Ella Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
14.90 Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers
14.95 Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers
15.29 Arthur Purbrick Poole Wheelers
15.98 Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers
16.26 Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
16.39 James Bourne Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
16.86 Patrick Atkinson Poole Wheelers
17.32 Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers
17.82 Gregory Eastham Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
19.26 Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers
20.54 Albie Atkinson Poole Wheelers

Senior Elimination Race
1st Charley Calvert Backstedt
2nd Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
3rd Tom Day Poole Wheelers
4th Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
5th Rob Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
6th Simon Pettifer Poole Wheelers
7th Alan Collins Portsmouth North End CC
8th Mike Page Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
9th George Creasey UK Biking

Youth A and B Elimination Race
1st Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers
2nd Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers
3rd Ben Tinsdale Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
4th Ella Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
5th Arthur Purbrick Poole Wheelers
6th Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club

Youth C, D and E Elimination Race
1st Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers
2nd Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers
3rd James Bourne Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
4th Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers
5th Patrick Atkinson Poole Wheelers
6th Gregory Eastham Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
7th Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers
8th Albie Atkinson Poole Wheelers

Senior, Youth A and B Points Race
1st Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club 21 pts
2nd George Creasey UK Biking 11 pts
3rd Alan Collins Portsmouth North End CC 7 pts
4th Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club 3 pts

Youth C, D and E Points Race
1st Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers 18 pts
2nd Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers 12 pts
3rd Patrick Atkinson Poole Wheelers 7 pts
4th Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers 5 pts
5th James Bourne Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club 1 pts
Senior Sprint Final
1st Simon Pettifer Poole Wheelers
2nd Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
Youth A Sprint Final
1st Tom Day Poole Wheelers
2nd Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers

Youth B Boys Sprint Final
1st Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers
2nd Arthur Purbrick Poole Wheelers

Youth B Girls Sprint Final
1st Ella Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
2nd Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club

Youth C Sprint Final
1st Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers
2nd Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers

Youth D Sprint Final
1st Gregory Eastham Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
2nd Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers

Senior, Youth A and B, Final Scratch Race
1st Tom Day Poole Wheelers
2nd Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
3rd George Creasey UK Biking
4th Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers
5th Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers
6th Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
7th Alan Collins Portsmouth North End CC
8th Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
9th Ella Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club

Youth C and D Final Scratch Race
1st Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers
2nd Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers
3rd James Bourne Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club
4th Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers
5th Patrick Atkinson Poole Wheelers
6th Gregory Eastham Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
7th Albie Atkinson Poole Wheelers
8th Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers

North Hants RC/Andover Wheelers Inter Club 18.5, Results

Thursday 22 June H19/11 Dummer

1 Matthew Buckley Andover Wheelers 00:42:24
2 Phil Watts NHRC 00:42:38
3 Simon Healey Andover Wheelers 00:43:18
4 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:44:06
5 Andy Hibberd NHRC 00:44:30
6 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers 00:45:58
7 Nik Burrell Andover Wheelers 00:46:31
8 Sam Cooper Sotonia 00:46:55
9 Jan Labrooy Andover Wheelers 00:46:57
10 Stu Carver NHRC 00:47:11
11 Rich Bremner NHRC 00:48:21
12 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers 00:48:29
13 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers 00:48:45
14 Mike Webber Andover Wheelers 00:48:51
15 Ben Draper NHRC 00:48:52
16 Lee Henderson Andover Wheelers 00:49:18
17 Nick Cooper Andover Wheelers 00:49:47
18 Andy Housden NHRC 00:49:57
19 Nigel Parker NHRC 00:50:11
20 Robert Wabon NHRC 00:51:47
21 Marcel MacNicholas NHRC 00:52:06
22 Barry Tooke NHRC 00:52:31
23 Lili McLean Andover Wheelers 00:53:50

Thanks to Nigel Pratt

...3crg Mid Summer 25, Report/Results

...a3crg Mid-Summer 25 mile TT P884b

Ok, it was the hottest night of the year, but that didn't mean riders were happy to sit back & imagine they were powering a pedalo sipping a Pina Colada round the Bracklesham Bay Marina, no it was full on dedication & PB hunting, Dave Collard Berry reports........

The Course record 48:20 wasn't beaten, only matched by the joint winners Mark Smith (Crawley Wheelers) and Pat Wright (Paceline). Third place was taken by Gary Chambers in 00:48:47 setting a new Royal Navy record for the distance.

The fastest of the South DC riders was Tom Pritchard (Hants Road Club) in 7th place with a 00:50:34 but Blazing Saddles took the 1st Team Prize.
Laura Bartlett (...a3crg) who recorded a 03:57:02 in the ECCA 100 at the weekend was the fastest woman with a 00:55:57 beating her team mate Angela Carpenter by a mere four seconds. Backed up by Zoe Taylor, Laura & Angela were able to set a new South DC Women's 25 mile Team record, breaking one that has stood for nearly 25 years. Apart from records already mentioned there were a few others we have heard of plus riders taking minutes rather than seconds off their PB's. With those results set on the P884b/25 we think it is now time to think about scrapping the P885/25, just how could you entice riders onto a slower course?

1= Mark Smith Crawley Wheelers Vet 31.03 00:48:20
1= Pat Wright Paceline RT Sen 31.03 00:48:20
3 Gary Chambers NOPINZ Sen 30.75 00:48:47
4 Kevin Tye VeloRefined Aerosmiths Vet 30.56 00:49:05
5 Matt Peel Redhill CC Sen 30.01 00:49:59
6 Andrew Meilak VeloRefined Aerosmiths Vet 29.78 00:50:22
7 Tom Pritchard Hampshire Road Club Sen 29.66 00:50:34
8 Howard Bayley Blazing Saddles Vet 29.53 00:50:48
9 Andrew Langdown Blazing Saddles Vet 29.51 00:50:50
10 Steve Williamson ...a3crg Vet 29.50 00:50:51
11 Andy Smith Velo Club St Raphael Vet 29.05 00:51:38
12 Tom Glandfield Lewes Wanderers CC Vet 28.91 00:51:53
13 Mark Stafford Portsmouth North End CC Vet 28.65 00:52:21
14 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Vet 28.64 00:52:23
15 David Shepherd GS Stella Vet 28.38 00:52:51
16 Phil Allen South Downs Bikes Sen 28.37 00:52:52
17 Graham Giggs Bath Road Club Sen 28.35 00:52:55
18= Paul Byford Crawley Wheelers Vet 28.30 00:53:00
18= Julian Middlewick Hampshire Road Club Vet 28.30 00:53:00
20 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC Sen 28.28 00:53:02
21 Angus MacInnes RAF CC Vet 28.27 00:53:04
22 Andrew Thomas ...a3crg Sen 28.21 00:53:10
23 David Wells Petersfield Tri Club Vet 28.12 00:53:21
24 Kevin Plummer South Downs Bikes Vet 28.06 00:53:28
25 Peter Younghusband Petersfield Tri Club Vet 27.87 00:53:49
26 Jon Saunders Charlotteville CC Sen 27.82 00:53:55
27= Gary Allan G A Cycles Vet 27.80 00:53:57
27= Peter Oliver Fairly United CT Vet 27.80 00:53:57
29 Joel Garner ...a3crg Vet 27.77 00:54:01
30 Richard Weatherstone GS Stella Vet 27.74 00:54:04
31 Nick Austin Sotonia CC Vet 27.62 00:54:19
32 James Fawcett Hampshire Road Club Vet 27.52 00:54:30
33 Richard Tully Elite Cycling Vet 27.49 00:54:34
34 Arthur Venables ...a3crg Esp 27.45 00:54:39
35 Shaun Smart Southdown Velo Vet 27.31 00:54:56
36 John Sibley UTAG RT Vet 27.26 00:55:01
37 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC Vet 27.23 00:55:05
38 Darryl Barr ...a3crg Vet 27.18 00:55:11
39 Ian Cheesman Worthing Excelsior CC Vet 27.13 00:55:18
40 Ben Houston East Grinstead CC Vet 27.08 00:55:24
41 Ben Briffett Blazing Saddles Esp 26.98 00:55:36
42 Steve Legg ...a3crg Vet 26.94 00:55:41
43 Nick Andrews Portsmouth North End CC Vet 26.83 00:55:55
44 Laura Bartlett ...a3crg WS 26.81 00:55:57
45 Angela Carpenter ...a3crg WV 26.78 00:56:01
46 Drew Hosie ...a3crg Vet 26.64 00:56:18
47 Robert Charles Blazing Saddles Vet 26.64 00:56:19
48 Patrick Brennan ...a3crg Sen 26.57 00:56:27
49 Lee Turner Sigma Vet 26.49 00:56:37
50 Sally Turner GS Stella WS 26.44 00:56:44
51 Paul Morris Fareham Wheelers CC Sen 26.38 00:56:52
52= Dominic Chapman Blazing Saddles Vet 26.35 00:56:55
52= Andrew Phipps Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Vet 26.35 00:56:55
54 Tim Cooke Sotonia CC Vet 26.32 00:57:00
55 Mike Garner ...a3crg Vet 26.29 00:57:04
56 Ray Sullivan Metropolitan Police CC Vet 26.21 00:57:14
57 Greg Harding Farnham Road Club Vet 26.15 00:57:22
58 Mike O'Gorman Worthing Excelsior CC Vet 26.11 00:57:27
59 Matthew Butler Charlotteville CC Esp 26.09 00:57:30
60 Andrew Page Portsmouth North End CC Vet 25.87 00:57:59
61 Kirsty McSeveney Fareham Wheelers CC WS 25.82 00:58:06
62 Alan Emmott Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 25.68 00:58:25
63 Madelaine Lee-Smith Oxted CC WV 25.56 00:58:41
64 Mike Marchant Southdown Velo Vet 25.21 00:59:30
65 John Golder Chelmer CC Vet 25.11 00:59:45
66 Erica Fogg UTAG RT WS 24.66 01:00:49
67 Shay Giles VC Elan Vet 24.42 01:01:25
68 Daren Austin Twickenham CC Vet 24.05 01:02:22*
69 Zoe Taylor ...a3crg WV 23.65 01:03:26
70 Rachel Clay VC Meudon WV 23.60 01:03:34
71 Robert Pretorius ...a3crg Vet 23.32 01:04:19
72 Robyn Yates Addiscombe CC WV 23.15 01:04:48
73 Ali Ford GS Vecchi WV 23.13 01:04:51
* Includes 9 minutes Late Start

Team Classification
Pos Team Counting Riders Time
1 Blazing Saddles Howard Bayley, Andrew Langdown, Ben Briffett 02:37:14
2 ...a3crg Steve Williamson, Andrew Thomas, Joel Garner 02:38:02
3 Hampshire Road Club Tom Pritchard, Julian Middlewick, James Fawcett 02:38:04
4 GS Stella David Shepherd, Richard Weatherstone, Sally Turner 02:43:39
5 Sotonia CC Phil Wilks, Nick Austin, Tim Cooke 02:44:21
6 Portsmouth North End CC Mark Stafford, Nick Andrews, Andrew Page 02:46:15
7 Fareham Wheelers Paul Morris, Kirsty McSeveney, Alan Emmott 02:53:23
8 ...a3crg (Women) Laura Bartlett, Angela Carpenter, Zoe Taylor 02:55:24

Cavendish & Deignan Star at 2017 National Champs, Full Race Guide

Mark Cavendish attended a series of bike races for school children, part of the HSBC UK National road programme.

Some of the biggest names in world cycling – including Mark Cavendish, Lizzie Deignan (nee Armitstead), Alex Dowsett, Peter Kennaugh and Hannah Barnes - will contest the 2017 HSBC UK | National Road Championships on Sunday 25 June on the Isle of Man.

The prestigious national champions' jerseys will be up for grabs, with elite men’s and women’s titles to be decided, as well as under-23 honours.

In the women’s race, 2015 world champion Lizzie Deignan will start as the race favourite but will face a major challenge from the Barnes sisters, Hannah and Alice. Deignan, chasing a fourth national road title, already has a major win on British roads in 2017 under her belt having taken the Women’s Tour of Yorkshire victory in April but the Boels Dolmans rider will be wary of the threat posed by her rivals.

A first-time British road race champion on the streets of Stockton-on-Tees in 2016, Adam Blythe will attempt to defend his title but will likely face a strong challenge from Mark Cavendish, the man who he beat in a sprint finish to claim the title 12 months ago.

For Cavendish, the HSBC UK | National Road Championships provide a unique opportunity for him to claim a national champion’s jersey on home soil.

Race guide: Road races (Sunday 25 June)
The 2017 HSBC UK | National Road Championships conclude on Sunday 25 June with the road races on the Isle of Man.
The prestigious national champions' jerseys will be up for grabs, with elite men’s and women’s titles to be decided, as well as under-23 honours.
Racing begins at 9am on Sunday with the women’s race - with the men set to start at 1.45pm.
Women’s road race
In the women’s race, 2015 world champion Lizzie Deignan will start as the race favourite but will face a major challenge from the Barnes sisters, Hannah and Alice.
Deignan, chasing a fourth national road title, already has a major win on British roads in 2017 under her belt having taken the Women’s Tour of Yorkshire victory in April but the Boels Dolmans rider will be wary of the threat posed by her rivals.
Hannah Barnes (Canyon - SRM) beat sister Alice (Drops) in a thrilling finish to the 2016 championships to claim her first British title, with Alice settling for second place and the under-23 title for the second consecutive year.
Both sisters rode consistently well in the OVO Energy Women’s Tour earlier this month, swapping the Best British Rider jersey between them across the racing week, with Hannah taking the title and third place overall in the general classification.
A number of Great Britain’s recent Olympic and Paralympic heroes will be in action, with 2016 team pursuit gold medallists Elinor Barker (Matrix Pro Cycling) and Katie Archibald (Team WNT) going head-to-head on the road - with Archibald in good form following her win at the CiCLE Classic in this season's HSBC UK | National Women's Road Series.
Paralympic individual pursuit gold medal winning pilot Corrine Hall (Matrix Pro Cycling) and 2016 silver and bronze Rio medallist Crystal Lane-Wright (Aprire Bicycles/HSS Hire) will also be fan favourites in the peloton as will 2012 Olympic team pursuit gold medallist Dani King (Cylance Pro Cycling) and 2016 Olympic road race domestique Nikki Brammeier (Boels Dolmans Cycling Team).
Local interests will be represented by Anna Christian (Drops) while early HSBC UK | National Women’s Road Series leader Chanel Mason (Storey Racing) will look to continue her terrific 2017 form.

Nikki Juniper (Team Ford Ecoboost) is back on the road following a broken collarbone earlier this season and the reigning HSBC UK | National Women’s Road Series champion will be keen to make up for lost time by claiming her first national road race title.
Alice Barnes could make it three under-23 titles in a row on the Isle of Man, but will face tough competition for her crown.
Her main challenge could come from within her own team, with Christian and Annasley Park eligible for under-23 honours.
Team Breeze have named a seven-strong squad for the HSBC UK | National Road Championships, with the likes of Mel Lowther and Emily Nelson among the favourites, while Emily Kay (Team WNT) and Grace Garner (Wiggle High5) will also pose a threat.
Men’s road race
A first-time British road race champion on the streets of Stockton-on-Tees in 2016, Adam Blythe will attempt to defend his title on the Isle of Man.
Now representing Aqua Blue Sport, Blythe will lock horns once again with Mark Cavendish, the man who he beat in a sprint finish to claim the title 12 months ago.
For Cavendish, the HSBC UK | National Road Championships provide a unique opportunity for him to claim a national champion’s jersey on home soil.
The proud Manxman will have the support of virtually the entire island and the Dimension Data rider would relish the chance to win his second national road race title as he continues to make his recovery from a bout of illness.
But Cavendish is not the only local rider hoping for a home win. Peter Kennaugh (Team Sky) is another Manxman keen to take the title knowing a win would also write him into the record books as the first ever three-time winner of the road race.
Kennaugh’s chances of success could be boosted by a formidable Team Sky lineup, with Jonathan Dibben, Owain Doull, Luke Rowe, Ian Standard and 2016 under-23 men’s winner Tao Geoghegan Hart set for the Isle of Man - although they will all have their eyes on the win themselves.
A number of riders with domestic success under their belts already this season will also pose a threat.
Chris Latham (Team Wiggins) and Ian Bibby (JLT Condor) were both winners of individual races in the HSBC UK | Spring Cup Series and will be joined in the road race by other talented riders, including Andrew Fenn (Aqua Blue Sport), Erick Rowsell (Madison Genesis) and Ben Swift (UAE Abu Dhabi).
In the race for the under-23 title, Gabriel Cullaigh (SEG Racing Academy), Chris Lawless (Axeon Hagens Berman CT), Mark Stewart (An Post - Chain Reaction) and the 100% ME quartet of Angus Claxton, Adam Hartley, Jacob Hennessy and Reece Wood are all capable of mounting a challenge.
The course
The road races start on Quarter Bridge Road in Douglas before heading onto the main circuit across the A1 through Crosby and towards Ballig. The route then heads north via the A3 towards Kirk Michael before moving east through Sulby towards Ramsey and the start of a significant climb.
The route then heads south along the A18 before returning to Douglas. The men will do two laps of this circuit with the women taking in one lap of the island before the race moves to the finish circuit.
This section heads north up Ballanard Road before heading east towards Cronk-Ny-Mona, heading back to the finish on Quarter Bridge Road via Signpost Corner and Governor’s Dip. The women will do six laps of the finish circuit while the men will do 10.

9am: Women’s road race starts

1.45pm: Men’s road race starts

1 Adam Blythe Aqua Blue Sport
2 Mark Christian Aqua Blue Sport
3 Andrew Fenn Aqua Blue Sport
4 Daniel Pearson Aqua Blue Sport
5 Angus Claxton 100% ME Under-23
6 Adam Hartley 100% ME Under-23
7 Jacob Hennessy 100% ME Under-23
8 Reece Wood 100% ME Under-23
9 Mark Stewart An Post - ChainReaction Under-23
10 Alexander Braybrooke AVC Aix-En-Provence Under-23
11 Christopher Lawless Axeon Hagens Berman CT Under-23
12 Nic McKibbin Bath Cycling Club Under-23
13 Dexter Gardias BIKE Channel Canyon
14 Sam Lowe BIKE Channel Canyon
15 Robert Partridge BIKE Channel Canyon
16 Alexandar Richardson BIKE Channel Canyon
17 Max Stedman BIKE Channel Canyon Under-23
18 Harry Tanfield BIKE Channel Canyon
19 Jake Womersley BIKE Channel Canyon Under-23
20 Lawrence Carpenter Catford CC Equipe/Banks
21 Lloyd Chapman Catford CC Equipe/Banks
22 Matthew Clements Catford CC Equipe/Banks Under-23
23 Alex Dalton Catford CC Equipe/Banks Under-23
24 Callum Ferguson Catford CC Equipe/Banks Under-23
25 George Fowler Catford CC Equipe/Banks
26 Will Fox Catford CC Equipe/Banks
27 Joshua Haasz Catford CC Equipe/Banks Under-23
28 James Jobber Catford CC Equipe/Banks
29 Mike Wragg CC Luton
30 Declan Hudson Clay Cross Road Team
31 Oliver Jones Cycle Team OnForm Under-23
32 Ben Hetherington - Memil Pro Cycling Under-23
33 Liam Bromiley Cycling Sheffield Giant Sheffield
34 Nicholas Cooper DFL In-Gear Development Under-23
35 Max Williamson EISER INFORLUR/S.C Duranguesa Under-23
36 Jamie Fletcher Ellan Vannin CC/Appleby
37 Karl Baillie Giant Store Rutland / Wattbike Under-23
38 Jack Stanton-Warren Halesowen A & CC Under-23
39 Louis Modell Hennebont Cyclisme Under-23
40 James McLaughlin Hrinkow Advarics Cycleang
41 Leon Mazzone ILLI-Bikes Cycling Team Under-23
42 Ian Bibby JLT Condor
43 Edmund Bradbury JLT Condor
44 Graham Briggs JLT Condor
45 Russell Downing JLT Condor
46 Matthew Gibson JLT Condor Under-23
47 James Gullen JLT Condor
48 Steve Lampier JLT Condor
49 Edward Laverack JLT Condor
50 Thomas Moses JLT Condor
51 Jonathan Mould JLT Condor
52 Alistair Slater JLT Condor
53 Kinsey McIlquham KTM Impsport RT Under-23
54 Chris Fallon Kuota - Spinergy - GSG Under-23
55 Charlie Quarterman Leopard Pro Cycling Under-23
56 Andrew Bruce Leslie Bike Shop/Bikers Boutique
57 James Shaw Lotto Soudal Under-23
58 Matt Cronshaw Madison Genesis
59 Joe Evans Madison Genesis Under-23
60 Richard Handley Madison Genesis
61 Matthew Holmes Madison Genesis
62 Tobyn Horton Madison Genesis
63 Gruffudd Lewis Madison Genesis
64 Jonathan McEvoy Madison Genesis
65 Alex Paton Madison Genesis
66 Erick Rowsell Madison Genesis
67 Connor Swift Madison Genesis Under-23
68 Andy Brown Metaltek Kuota Racing Team Under-23
69 Tom Chandler Metaltek Kuota Racing Team Under-23
70 Dan Fleeman Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
71 Liam Holohan Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
72 Steven Lawley Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
73 Rhys Lloyd Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
74 Zachery May Metaltek Kuota Racing Team Under-23
75 Tom Mazzone Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
76 Bertie Newey Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
77 George Pym Metaltek Kuota Racing Team
78 Alex Dowsett Movistar Team
79 Michael Cuming Neon-Velo Cycling Team
80 Elliott Porter Neon-Velo Cycling Team
81 Thomas Baylis One Pro Cycling Under-23
82 William Harper One Pro Cycling
83 George Harper One Pro Cycling
84 Kristian House One Pro Cycling
85 Joshua Hunt One Pro Cycling
86 Thomas Stewart One Pro Cycling
87 Samuel Williams One Pro Cycling
88 Peter Williams One Pro Cycling
89 Jack Stephenson Out Of The Saddle
90 Harrison Jones Polartec Fundacion Contador Under-23
91 Ben Joughin Pro Vision Race Team
92 John Archibald Pro Vision Scotland
93 Adam Kenway Raleigh GAC
94 Grant Martin Raleigh GAC Under-23
95 Fraser Martin Raleigh GAC Under-23
96 Ryan Perry Raleigh GAC
97 Tristan Robbins Raleigh GAC Under-23
98 Kieran Brady Richardsons-Trek RT
99 Oliver Maxwell Richardsons-Trek RT Under-23
100 Jez McCann Richardsons-Trek RT Under-23
101 Joshua Outram Richardsons-Trek RT Under-23
102 Luke Ryan Richardsons-Trek RT
103 George Wood Richardsons-Trek RT Under-23
104 Gabriel Cullaigh SEG Racing Academy Under-23
105 Stephen Williams SEG Racing Academy Under-23
106 Marcus Burnett Spirit Tifosi Racing Team Under-23
107 Edward Clemens Spirit Tifosi Racing Team
108 Douglas Coleman Spirit Tifosi Racing Team
109 Christopher Dredge Spirit Tifosi Racing Team
110 Stanley Kennett Spirit Tifosi Racing Team Under-23
111 Anthony Moye Spirit Tifosi Racing Team
112 Charlie Passfield Spirit Tifosi Racing Team Under-23
113 Patrick Clark Team B38 / Underpin Racing Under-23
114 Archie Cross Team B38 / Underpin Racing
115 Kieran Savage Team B38 / Underpin Racing Under-23
116 Mark Cavendish MBE Team Dimension Data
117 Scott Thwaites Team Dimension Data
118 Alex Auty Team KTM
119 Peter Barusevicus Team KTM
120 Eugene Cross Team KTM Under-23
121 Andrew Disley Team KTM
122 Adam Robinson Team KTM
123 Fraser Rounds Team KTM
124 Julian Varley Team KTM Under-23
125 Sam Brand Team Novo Nordisk
126 Jonathan Dibben Team Sky
127 Owain Doull MBE Team Sky
128 Tao Geoghegan Hart Team Sky Under-23
129 Peter Kennaugh MBE Team Sky
130 Luke Rowe Team Sky
131 Ian Stannard Team Sky
132 Scott Davies Team Wiggins Under-23
133 Ashley Dennis Team Wiggins Under-23
134 Nathan Draper Team Wiggins Under-23
135 Samuel Harrison Team Wiggins
136 Rhys Howells Team Wiggins
137 Dylan Kerfoot-Robson Team Wiggins Under-23
138 James Knox Team Wiggins Under-23
139 Christopher Latham Team Wiggins
140 Robert Scott Team Wiggins Under-23
141 Andrew Tennant Team Wiggins
142 Michael Thompson Team Wiggins Under-23
143 Joey Walker Team Wiggins Under-23
144 Oliver Wood Team Wiggins Under-23
145 Ben Swift UAE Abu Dhabi
146 Charlie Meredith VC Toucy Under-23
147 Bradley Stokes Velo Schils - Interbike RT
148 James Wilkinson Vetrapo Cycling Team Under-23
149 Ryan Coulton Wheelbase Altura MGD Under-23
150 Joel Lewis Wheelbase Altura MGD
151 Levi Moody Wheelbase Altura MGD Under-23
152 Alfie Moses Wheelbase Altura MGD Under-23
153 Evan Oliphant Wheelbase Altura MGD
154 Scott Auld Zappi Racing Team Under-23
155 James Davey Zappi Racing Team Under-23
156 Paul Double Zappi Racing Team Under-23
157 Owen Dudley Zappi Racing Team Under-23
158 Ben Hardy Zappi Racing Team Under-23
159 Peter Kibble Zappi Racing Team Under-23
160 Fraser Turgoose

1 Hannah Barnes Canyon - SRAM
2 Crystal Lane-Wright Aprire Bicycles/HSS Hire
3 Emma Lewis Aprire Bicycles/HSS Hire
4 Joscelin Lowden Aprire Bicycles/HSS Hire
5 Chloe Weller Army Cycling Race Team (ACRT)
6 Emma Cockcroft Bianchi Dama UK
7 Charlotte Colclough Bianchi Dama UK
8 Jessica Duffy Bianchi Dama UK
9 Sarah King Bianchi Dama UK
10 Georgina Panchaud Bianchi Dama UK
11 Alexandra Sheehan Bianchi Dama UK Under-23
12 Nikki Brammeier Boels Dolmans Cycling Team
13 Elizabeth Deignan Boels Dolmans Cycling Team
14 Kimberley Ashton Casp Racing
15 Julie Erskine Cycle Team OnForm
16 Lucy Harper Cycle Team OnForm Under-23
17 Amy Hill Cycle Team OnForm Under-23
18 Charlotte Redden Cycle Team OnForm Under-23
19 Gemma Sargent Cycle Team OnForm
20 Alicia Speake Cycle Team OnForm
21 Danielle King MBE Cylance Pro Cycling
22 Alice Barnes Drops Under-23
23 Anna Christian Drops Under-23
24 Rebecca Durrell Drops
25 Elizabeth Holden Drops Under-23
26 Laura Massey Drops
27 Rose Osborne Drops
28 Annasley Park Drops Under-23
29 Abby-Mae Parkinson Drops Under-23
30 Hannah Payton Drops
31 Lucy Shaw Drops Under-23
32 Abigail Van Twisk Drops Under-23
33 Ellie Campbell Fusion RT Fierlan Under-23
34 Tina Hartwright Fusion RT Fierlan
35 Jennifer Holden Fusion RT Fierlan Under-23
36 Jennifer Hudson Fusion RT Fierlan
37 Fiona Hunter Johnston Fusion RT Fierlan
38 Molly Patch Fusion RT Fierlan Under-23
39 Maryka Sennema Fusion RT Fierlan
40 Rebecca Richardson Hafren CC
41 Megan Chard Isorex Cycling Team Under-23
42 Genevieve Whitson Isorex Cycling Team
43 Alice Cobb Lares-Waowdeals Women Cycling
Team Under-23
44 Elinor Barker MBE Matrix Pro Cycling
45 Corrine Hall MBE Matrix Pro Cycling
46 Stephanie Mottram NCC Group-Kuota-Torelli
47 Amy Gornall Under-23
48 Karen Poole Sportstest RT
49 Elizabeth Banks Storey Racing
50 Bethany Crumpton Storey Racing
51 Monica Dew Storey Racing Under-23
52 Neah Evans Storey Racing
53 Jennifer George Storey Racing
54 ElizabethJane
Harris Storey Racing
55 Chanel Mason Storey Racing
56 Elizabeth Burrows SunSport Velo
57 Hannah Larbalestier SunSport Velo
58 Megan Barker Team Breeze Under-23
59 Abigail Dentus Team Breeze Under-23
60 Eleanor Dickinson Team Breeze Under-23
61 Manon Lloyd Team Breeze Under-23
62 Melissa Lowther Team Breeze Under-23
63 Emily Nelson Team Breeze Under-23
64 Rebecca Raybould Team Breeze Under-23
65 Melissa Brand Team Ford Ecoboost
66 Bethany Hayward Team Ford Ecoboost Under-23
67 Nicola Juniper Team Ford Ecoboost
68 Charmaine Porter Team Ford Ecoboost Under-23
69 Jennifer Powell Team Ford Ecoboost
70 Holly Flannery Team Jadan-Weldtite Under-23
71 Heidi Viles Team RGB Building Supplies
72 Molly Weaver Team Sunweb
73 Katie Archibald MBE Team WNT
74 Rebecca Carter Team WNT
75 Natalie Grinczer Team WNT
76 Hayley Jones Team WNT Under-23
77 Emily Kay Team WNT Under-23
78 Keira McVitty Team WNT Under-23
79 Rebecca Rimmington Team WNT
80 Eileen Roe Team WNT
81 Gabriella Shaw Team WNT
82 Hayley Simmonds Team WNT
83 Hannah Walker Team WNT
84 Chloe Fraser The Racing Chance Foundation
85 Rebecca Goodson Velo Schils - Interbike RT
86 Corinne Clark VeloVitesse
87 Bethany Taylor Vertex-Biemme RT Under-23
88 Claire Rose Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling
89 Grace Garner Wiggle High5 Under-23
90 Lucy Garner Wiggle High5
91 Amy Roberts Wiggle High5
92 Dani Christmas WV Zeeuws Vlaanderen