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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Andover Wheelers Club 16, 23/05/17, Results


P612c
1 Matthew Buckley Andover Wheelers 00:35:43 26.88
2 Simon Healey Andover Wheelers 00:37:09 25.84
3 Kevin Baker NFTO 00:37:22 25.69
4 Tim Jude Andover Wheelers 00:37:50 25.37
5 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:38:00 25.26
6 Chris Cain Andover Wheelers 00:38:01 25.25
7 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers 00:38:55 24.67
8 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers 00:39:04 24.57
9 Justin Gage 00:39:27 24.33
10 Jim Susans Andover Wheelers 00:40:00 24.00
11 Steve Longman Andover Wheelers 00:40:34 23.66
12 Nik Burrell Andover Wheelers 00:41:15 23.27
13 Alastair Currie Andover Wheelers 00:41:32 23.11
14 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers 00:41:35 23.09
15 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers 00:41:36 23.08
16 Will Matthews Andover Wheelers 00:41:49 22.96
17 Mike Webber Andover Wheelers 00:41:56 22.89
18 Hefin Richards Andover Wheelers 00:42:11 22.76
19 Adrian Jenkins Andover Wheelers 00:42:50 22.41
20 Richard Jansen 00:42:53 22.39
21 Paul Sanders Andover Wheelers 00:43:32 22.05
22 Nick Cooper Andover Wheelers 00:44:07 21.76
23 Gina Graham 00:45:06 21.29
24 Brendan Wiseman Andover Wheelers 00:45:41 21.01
25 Steve Robertson 00:46:09 20.80
26 Lee Johnson 00:46:41 20.56
27 Pete Dennett Andover Wheelers 00:46:56 20.45
28 Adam Munt 00:47:28 20.22
29 Alex Hall Andover Wheelers 00:48:26 19.82
30 Chris Marfell 00:50:02 1

Henstridge Circuit Series #3, Results


U14 Boys
1 Nathaniel Brookes Gillingham and District Wheelers
2 William Carr Gillingham and District Wheelers
Race U16 Boys

1 David Hassall Gillingham and District Wheelers
2 Rory Brookes Gillingham and District Wheelers
Race U16 Girls

1 Daisy Davies Gillingham and District Wheelers
2 Bethany Calloway Gillingham and District Wheelers

Race 4th Cat only

1 Harry Sealey Gillingham and District Wheelers
2 Edward Collins Team Tor 2000 KALAS
3 Steve Martin
4 Lyndon Thompson NFCC
5 Joshua Clark PMR at Toachim House
6 Luke Monahan UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
7 Jack Wiltshire Offcamber
8 James Brown
9 Nigel Brown NBW Cycling
10 Farilee Williams
11 Jorden Biddle Gillingham and District Wheelers
12 Mark Geddes Gillingham and District Wheelers

Race 2/3 Cat

1 Tristram More-Molyneux Gillingham and District Wheelers
2 James Curson Tri UK
3 James Horton VC St Raphael
4 Giles Greening Tri UK
5 Callum Dunford Sarum Velo
6 Jack Salvidge Cycleservice Sidmouth
7 Aled Jones Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
8 Matthew Norris Mud Sweat n Gears CC
9 Steve Moss BournemouthArrow/HotelCollingwood
10 John Mills Tri UK
11 Adrian Reynolds Somerset Road Club
12 James Hywel-Davies Latchem Sunwise Race Team
13 Craig Haslam Tri UK
14 George Creasey UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
15 David Tring
16 Chris McLaughlin UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
17 Harry Charles Gillingham and District Wheelers
18 Jack Whitehouse Gillingham and District Wheelers
19 Luke Bodley Army Cycling Race Team (ACRT)
20 Charles Rees Gillingham and District Wheelers
21 Darren Orchard Mud Sweat n Gears CC
22 Shaun Reed Team Tor 2000 KALAS
23 Chris Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers

CC Weymouth Club 18,23/05/17, Results


P451/18 Hilly
Sarah Wise

1 Greg Parker VC St Raphael 00:44:30
2 Jon Brumfield PCS 00:45:17
3 Richard Porter CCW 00:46:10
4 Niall Laming MSG 00:46:59
5 David Butt CCW 00:47:02
6 Nathan Willmington CCW 00:47:36
7 Sarah Wise CCW 00:48:59
8 Colin Brumble CCW 00:49:23
9 Matt Pye CCW 00:50:52
10 Nick Ireland CCW 00:51:02
11 Andy Aicken Day member 00:51:39
12 Steve Trigwell CCW 00:52:24
13 Ian Miller CCW 00:52:53
14 Cormac Linehan CCW 00:53:39
15 Emma Needham CCW 00:54:53
16 Steve Chalk Day member 00:57:21
17 Andrew Preston CCW 00:58:20

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10 23/05/17 Results


P311 Ringwood-Sopley-Ringwood
"A good night"
1 ADRIAN MURRAY BJW 21.42
2 JOHN SAMWAYS BJW 21.44
3 BOB RICHARDSON BJW 22.14
4 PATRYK WITKOWSKI BJW 22.34
5 RUPERT SILMAN BJW 23.48
6 KEVIN HARRIS BJW 24.21
7 MARK HITCHCOTT BJW 24.34
8 DANNY FRENCH BJW 24.39
9 MIKE ROUND BJW 26.02
10 KEVIN RIDGE BJW 26.07
11 PHIL SCRIVEN BJW 26.11
12 MARTIN REEDER BJW 26.44
13 JOHN O'BRIEN BJW 26.11

PRIVATES
BARRY HARDS NFCC 24.02
STUART FOLEY CBC 24.31
JAIMIE LONNEN ZOOM TRI 24.51
ANGELA BURNIKELL SOTONIA 25.00
ROB GRIFFITH ZOOM TRI 25.10
MICHELLE WALTER BACC 26.25
GARY CHARALAMBOUS SOTONIA 29.19

OFFICIALS
Peter Warhurst, Dave Mansfield, Jacky Prosser, Clive Peskett, Paul Brown

Monday, 22 May 2017

Weymouth Crit Series #2, Results


Provisional Results 20/05/17

Cat 4

1st Christopher Wilson

2nd Charlie Cox

3rd Monty Knight

4th Tom Carter

5th Luke Monahan

6th Jack Wiltshire

7th Simon Chainey

8th Richard Wyeth

9th Lewis Stripp

10th Darren Hayter

11th Jamie Doel

12th Matthew Merritt



Cat 3

1st Sean Frost

2nd Chris Mclaughlin

3rd Darren Orchard

4th Gavin Berry

5th George Creasey

6th Julian Lockwood

7th Thomas Ellis

8th Robert Midmore

9th Mark Valentine

10th Graham Biles


Cat 2/3

1st Luke Barfoot

2nd Jack Salvidge

3rd Aled Jones

4th Matthew Norris

5th Chris Mclaughlin

6th Phillip Cole

7th Andrew Carter

8th Darren Orchard

9th Graeme Lackford

10th Sean Frost

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Sandie Radford Road Race, Start List


18th SANDIE RADFORD MEMORIAL ROAD RACE 2017

Under TLI CYCLING Rules SATURDAY 27th MAY Start: 2.30 p.m.
SPONSORS-: Michael Radford/G.A.Cycles 02380 636648


COURSE DETAILS (40 MILES)
START: Outside phone box Forest Road Nomansland.Towards Landford X roads left on B3079(M) through Landford on Lyndhurst Rd to turn left into Hamptworth rd (M) Stay on this road to Bowers Hill (Redlynch) Turn left (M) onto B3080. Go through Woodfalls to join B3078 at Bramshaw Telegraph(M) continue on B3078 to junction with B3079 at Brook, Turn left through Bramshaw continue to Landford X roads (lap 1) Complete another 2 laps.Turn left 200yds before Landford X roads(m) follow road to next junction(M)turn left continue on Forest Road to FINISH top of Pipers Waite Hil


1 Matthew Norris Mud Sweat n Gears CC
2 Rupert Silman
3 Andy Smith VC St Raphael
4 James Cotty Hargroves Cycles CC
5 Rowan Horner VC St Raphael
6 Jason Gault Primera-TeamJobs Race Team
7 Andrew Humphreys
8 Jon Brumfield Poundbury Cyclesport
9 Simon Merritt UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek
10 Craig Haslam
11 Jay Eastwood Hargroves Cycles CC
12 Lizzy Campbell Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
13 Gary Allan G.A. Cycles
14 Julian Lockwood Primera-TeamJobs Race Team
15 Dave Dalton Fareham Wheelers CC
16 Stephen Skinner
17 Brian Burgess Gs Vecchi
18 Bob Ford UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek
19 Christopher McLaughlin UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek
20 Brook Elgie Sotonia Cycling Club
21 Andrew MacKay Sotonia Cycling Club
22 James Horton VC St Raphael
23 Stewart Ward New Forest Cycling Club
24 Phil Wilks Sotonia Cycling Club
25 Luke Monahan UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek
26 Tom Clements Offcamber
27 Thomas Trueman Southampton Tri Club
28 Phillip Cole Mud Sweat n Gears CC
29 Chris Wilson Tornado Road Cycling Club
30 James Cooper Rock N Road Cycles
31 Philip Godfrey Sotonia Cycling Club
32 David Pusey Primera-TeamJobs Race Team
33 James Peckham Sotonia Cycling Club
34 Oscar Hutchings VC Equipe-Flix
35 Ryan Weston UK BIKING
36 Thomas Key Primera-TeamJobs Race Team
37 Tom Stocker
38 Red Walters Sotonia Cycling Club
39 Ben Coward Southampton University Road CC
40 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia Cycling Club
41 George Smith VC Equipe-Flix
42 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia Cycling Club
43 George Creasey UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek
44 Martin Rowland UK-Biking/Bournemouth Cycleworks/Trek


Saturday, 20 May 2017

Moreton Race Series #2 Results



LADIES (5 laps in 39:15)
1. 95, Laura Rayner
2. 97, Madeline Verdegaal
3. 96, Molly Haycock
4. 99, Emily Hingston
5. 92, Hetty Bostock
6. 91, Carol Tilley

MAIN RACE (8 laps in 53:15)

1, Aled Jones
2, Steve Dring
3, Darren Orchard
4, Phil Cole
5, Chris Wilson
6, Julian Lockwood
7, Craig Haslam
8, Wayne Jennings
9, Lyndon Thompson
10, Vincent Avery
11, Phil Dickson
12=. , Pete Carter
12=. Nick Banks
14. Graham Biles
15. Glyn Rossant
16. Shaun Amor
17. Mark Valentine
18. Charlie Cox
19. James Horton
20. Conal Low-Grier
21. Alistair Bunting
22. Shaun Palmer
23. Thomas Fraser
24. Bob Ford
25. John Williams (1
26. Jack T....tt?
27. Matt Pond
28. Mike Copson
29. Gordon Scott
30. David Furze
31. Tom Clements
32. Luke Monahan
33. Peter Lamb

Photo: Rachel Hackman

McCann Takes Para Gold in Ostend




Press Release
A gold medal in the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup T2 road race for Craig McCann showed a rider in fantastic form, winning only his second world cup medal in as many weeks.

A leading group led the race from the early stages, with McCann always in the mix, and it was the British rider who had the legs, pipping last week's road race winner, Germany's Hans-Peter Durst, to the line as the race came down to a sp
rint finish.

McCann said that his performance in the Italian road race last week had given him a massive confidence boost and that he wanted to push on to win a ‘different colour next time’.

Craig McCann makes the top step of the world cup podium for the first time

This second world cup medal underlines the ability McCann has as a bike rider; he made the switch to cycling from fencing following the London Paralympic Games, and his hard work seems to be paying dividends.

The trike rider has found his form in the road race, after finding himself unable to medal in the world cup time trial events so far this season.
More medals from Mel

Mel Nicholls, who won a bronze in the H4 time trial on Friday, won a second bronze medal in the road race on Saturday morning.


Mel Nicholls medals in her Great Britain Cycling Team debut

The Ostend world cup is Nicholls' first outing for the Great Britain Cycling Team and she has proved herself to be an excellent addition to the squad after her confident performances.

Para-cycling programmes manager Jon Pett said it had been a very successful day for the team.

"It was great to see Craig deliver his first world cup win in a strong field, and for Mel to follow up yesterday's performance with another bronze medal" he said.


Friday, 19 May 2017

Mel Nicholls Wins Time Trial Bronze on GB Debut


Press Release
MEL NICHOLLS WINS TIME TRIAL BRONZE ON HER GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM DEBUT
Great Britain Cycling Team rider Mel Nicholls got her cycling career off to a positive start, claiming a bronze medal in the women’s H4 time-trial, at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Belgium.

Nicholls, who is making the transition from wheelchair athletics to cycling, completed the 15km course in 31.36.82, finishing behind Russia’s Svetlana Moshkovich and Germany’s Christiane Reppe, who finished in first and second place respectively.


A Paralympian at London 2012 and Rio 2016, Nicholls will be aiming for a second medal when she competes in the road race on Saturday.

There was also a positive performance from Will Bjergfelt, who finished in 5th place in the men’s C5 time-trial. Bjergfelt won’t ride in Sunday’s road race and will instead compete in the UK over the weekend.

Aswell as Nicholls, Saturday’s racing will see Craig McCann back in action as he aims for back to back road race medals after picking up a silver medal in last weekend’s road race in Italy.

Bournemouth Arrow Club 10 18/05/17, Results


P311 Ringwood-Sopley-Ringwood
Michelle Walter

1 Charley Calvert Backstedt H/C 00:21:27
2 Matt Rollinson Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:21:42
3 Craig Weston Poole Wheelers 00:23:21
4 James Dick Tri Team Wessex 00:23:59
5 Leighton Smith Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:10
6 Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:12
7 Peter Lynk Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:24:17
8 Brian Garrard Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:22
9 Martin Andrews V C Venta 00:24:46
10 Richard Blake Antelope RT 00:24:50
11 Alan Bayliss Salisbury Tri 00:24:55
12 Jack Martin Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:01
13 Stephen Skinner New Forest CC 00:25:08
14 Stuart Grace GA Cycles 00:25:51
15 Gail Brown Bournemouth University 00:26:19
16 Mike Round Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:30
17 Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers 00:26:32
18 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:39
19 Martin Nobbs Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:27:14
20 Debbie Hallett Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:27:59
21 Keith Rumball Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:28:46
22 Mark Turner-Smith Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:30:38

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Andover Wheelers Club Hilly 14 16/05/17 Results


P602
1 12 Tim Jude Andover Wheelers 00:35:15 23.83
2 18 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:35:55 23.39
3 21 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers 00:36:55 22.75
4 20 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers 00:37:28 22.42
5 13 Chris Cain Andover Wheelers 00:37:35 22.35
6 16 Steve Longman Andover Wheelers 00:38:02 22.09
7 2 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers 00:38:23 21.88
8 8 Jim Susans Andover Wheelers 00:38:23 21.88
9 10 Alastair Currie Andover Wheelers 00:38:51 21.62
10 17 Will Sawyer Abbotts Ann Cycles 00:39:04 21.50
11 15 Dan Mason Andover Wheelers 00:39:20 21.36
12 11 Nick Connell-Smith Andover Wheelers 00:39:49 21.10
13 7 Adrian Jenkins Andover Wheelers 00:39:54 21.05
14 14 Mike Webber Andover Wheelers 00:40:36 20.69
15 9 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers 00:41:45 20.12
16 6 Gary Richardson Andover Wheelers 00:42:03 19.98
17 19 Brendan Wiseman Andover Wheelers 00:42:26 19.80
18 1 Dan Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:44:10 19.02
19 4 Alex Hall Andover Wheelers 00:44:52 18.72
20 22 Adam Munt CAT 00:45:13 18.58
21 3 Bridget Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:46:14 18.17
22 5 Maxine Hornby Abbotts Ann Cycles 00:49:27 16.99

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Portsmouth North End CC Road Race, Start List


03/06/17 A 60 mile road race for 2nd/3rd cats on the Owlesbury circuit in Hampshie
1 Joseph Linehan Alé DMT Cipollini UK 2nd
2 Matthew Buckley Andover Whls 2nd
3 Dexter Fox Army Cycling Race Team (ACRT) 3rd
4 Mark Greenwood Army Cycling Race Team (ACRT) 2nd
5 Will Bromham Bath Cycling Club 3rd
6 Matthew Franklin Bristol RC 2nd
7 Trevor Smith Cotswold Veldrijden 2nd
8 Andrew Carter Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
9 Arjan Planting Dulwich Paragon CC 2nd
10 Oliver Scott Dulwich Paragon CC 3rd
11 Warren Jesse Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 2nd
12 James Brickell Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3rd
13 Nicholas Hale Farnborough & Camberley CC 3rd
14 Joseph Clark I-Team Cyclists Club 2nd
15 James Hywel-Davies Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
16 Tom Lane Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
17 Ian Taylor Leicester Forest CC 3rd
18 Daniel Baker Morvelo Basso RT 3rd
19 Ryan Smith Morvelo Basso RT 2nd
20 Adam Moore Morvelo Basso RT 2nd
21 Phillip Cole Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 2nd
22 Donal Linehan Newbury RC 3rd
23 Stephen Smith Newbury RC 3rd
24 George Skinner Norwood Paragon CC 2nd
25 Charles Powell Paceline RT 2nd
26 John Hale Pearson Cycling Club 2nd
27 Ryan Weston Poole Wheelers CC 2nd
28 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill CC 3rd
29 Tom Morris Portsmouth North End CC 2nd
30 Julian Lockwood Primera-TeamJobs 3rd
31 James Doyle Private Member 3rd
32 Alexandre Touche Pro Vision Race Team 2nd
33 Philip Starr Python Racing Team 3rd
34 David Billings Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
35 Duncan Clark Reading CC 2nd
36 Grant Bayton Ride 24/7 2nd
37 Thomas Booth Rivet Racing 2nd
38 Patryk Rucki Skinline Race Club 2nd
39 Brook Elgie Sotonia CC 2nd
40 James Peckham Sotonia CC 2nd
41 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia CC 2nd
42 Russell Speight Sotonia CC 3rd
43 Paul Barnard Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2nd
44 Matthew Bubear Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2nd
45 Stephen Cavey Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2nd
46 Simon McNamara Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2nd
47 Jason Ormston Team Quest - The Bike Shop 3rd
48 Colin Roshier Team Quest - The Bike Shop 3rd
49 Timothy Allen Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
50 Frazier Carr Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
51 Edward Giles Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
52 Tom Sefton Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
53 Lawrence Symes TPH Racing 2nd
54 Luke Barfoot Tri UK 2nd
55 Charlie Beake Tri UK 2nd
56 Giles Greening Tri UK 2nd
57 Craig Haslam Tri UK 3rd
58 David Barnes University Of Portsmouth CC 3rd
59 Dean Corney VC Meudon 2nd
60 Jack Freeman VC Meudon 2nd
61 Michael Guilford VC Meudon 2nd
62 David Smith VC Meudon 3rd
63 Ashley Hutchison VC St Raphael 2nd
64 Simon Brooks VC St Raphael 2nd
65 Roland Tilley Weber Creative Interiors 3rd
66 Matthew Allsopp Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 2nd
67 Simon Ambrosini Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 3rd
68 Ian Hayden Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 3rd

Mountbatten Circuits #3 Cancelled 17/05/17


TONIGHTS EVENT AT THE MOUNTBATTEN IS CANCELLED


"Unfortunately on a quick visit to check how the track at the Mountbatten Centre was coping due to the weather officials found there was still scaffolding stands left over from the athletics at the weekend. These do not conform to the BC Risk Assessment so a decision to cancel the meeting has been made"

Sue Knight

GB Team Named for Ostend Para-Cycling World Cup



Press Release
GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM NAMED FOR UCI PARA-CYCLING ROAD WORLD CUP IN OSTEND

Craig McCann, Will Bjergfelt and Mel Nicholls have been named in the Great Britain Cycling Team that will compete at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Ostend, Belgium from 18 – 21 May.

McCann will be aiming to medal for a second consecutive weekend, after winning a silver medal in the T2 road race at the first round in Maniago.

Will Bjergfelt will also be in action after making a promising start to his Great Britain Cycling Team career, finishing in fifth place in the C5 road race in Maniago, while there will also be a debut for handcyclist Mel Nicholls.

Nicholls is new to cycling having previously represented Great Britain as a wheelchair athlete at the Paralympics in London and Rio. She was also a silver medallist at the 2015 IPC World Championships in Doha in the T34 800 metres.

Alongside McCann, Bjergfelt and Nicholls, a number of independent British riders will compete at a world cup for the first time, using the competition in Ostend as valuable experience as well as an opportunity to be officially UCI classified ahead of the final selection for the new para-cycling foundation programme.

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

“We got our road season off to a decent start in Maniago and we’ll be looking to continue to build on that momentum in Belgium as we work towards the world championships in South Africa in September.

“It was great to see Craig get on the podium at world cup level for the first time. Winning that first medal is a special moment in any rider’s career and should provide a real confidence boost for him going into the rest of the year. Will also got off to a solid start, while it will be great to see Mel taking the first major step on her transition from athletics to handcycling.”

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 30Km,16/05/17, Results


P426 Pamphill
1 Adrian Murray 40.55
2 Nick Jones 41.24
3 Cliff Rowe 42.35
4 Bob Richardson 44.28
5 Kevin Harris 44.57
6 Will Solomon 44.59
7 Mark Hitchcott 45.30
8 Andrew Kahn 47.22
9 Phil Harvey 50.44
10 Martin Reeder 53.15
11 Paul Brown 58.32

Private ride
Lizzy Campbell IRIS Race Team 53.24

Timekeepers: Dave Mansfield and Kevin Ridge
Other helpers: Clive Peskett, Patryk Witkowski, Phillip Scriven
Rob Paulley and Jacky Prosser

The rain managed to hold off until the riders had finished although the roads were damp.

CC Weymouth Club 10 16/05/17, Results


P459/10

1 David Butt CCW 00:23:42
2 Nick Ireland CCW 00:24:47
3 Steve Trigwell CCW 00:25:19
4 Steve Chalk Day member 00:25:41
5 Ian Miller CCW 00:27:00

Monday, 15 May 2017

Tough Final Day for GB in Maniago



Press Release
TOUGH FINAL DAY FOR GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM IN MANIAGO ROAD RACES


There were no further medals for the Great Britain Cycling Team on the final day of racing at the UCI Para-cycling World Cup in Maniago.

Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby’s gold medal in the time-trial plus silver medals for Crystal Lane and Craig McCann in the time-trial and road race respectively were the highlights of the weekend as the team eased themselves back into action on the road.



Will Bjergfelt’s fifth place in the road race was the best result of the day and speaking afterwards he said:

““Yeah I’m really happy with that. You never really know coming from the outside, how good everyone is going to be. It was really good to get there, get into the break and get a really good grounding and knowledge of who’s who and how each rider rides. I’m happy with that. It was a hard race.”

In the day’s other races Liz Saul and Crystal Lane both finished in sixth place in the C4 and C5 races while Adam Duggleby and Steve Bate finished in eighth place in the men’s tandem race. Simon Price was forced to abandon in the C2 race after suffering a mechanical following a crash.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Andover Wheelers 25, 14/05/17, Results


Gary Chambers continues his good run of form with another clear win on the P612 course at Andover

1 Gary Chambers Male NOPINZ 50:54 29.47 Mph
2 Andy Langdown Male Blazing Saddles 53:48 27.881 Mph
3 Simon Healey Male Andover Wheelers 53:56 27.812 Mph
4 Rich Hunt Male Army Cycling Union 54:10 27.693 Mph
5 Matthew Buckley Male Andover Wheelers 54:50 27.356 Mph
6 Mark Shepherd Male Banjo Cycles.com/Raceware/Specialized 55:29 27.035 Mph
7 Craig Wallington Male Sarum Velo 55:36 26.979 Mph
8 Philip Watts Male North Hampshire RC 55:58 26.802 Mph
9 Ray Claridge Male GA Cycles 56:16 26.659 Mph
10 Max Webber Male Abbotts Ann Cycles 56:41 26.463 Mph
11 Kevin Baker Male NFTO Race Club 56:45 26.432 Mph
12 Nigel Pratt Male Andover Wheelers 57:06 26.27 Mph
13 Andrew Rivett Male Velo Club St Raphael 57:22 26.148 Mph
14 Gary Allan Male GA Cycles 57:30 26.087 Mph
15 Chris Cain Male Andover Wheelers 58:02 25.848 Mph
16 Peter Perrin Male Bournemouth Arrow CC 58:08 25.803 Mph
17 Tony Gifford Male Andover Wheelers 58:11 25.781 Mph
18 Alex Allen Male Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 58:12 25.773 Mph
19 David Wells Male Petersfield Triathlon Club 58:24 25.685 Mph
20 Pete Wilson Male Bournemouth Arrow CC 59:16 25.31 Mph
21 Jerry Bromyard Male ...a3crg 59:29 25.217 Mph
22 Neil Adlem Male Andover Wheelers 59:33 25.189 Mph
22 Luke Rendell Male Poole Whs 59:33 25.189 Mph
24 Stuart Peckham Male New Forest CC 59:48 25.084 Mph
25 Pete Harris Male Andover Wheelers 1:00:07 24.952 Mph
26 Jamie Susans Male Andover Wheelers 1:01:24 24.43 Mph
27 David West Male Salisbury Tri Club 1:01:52 24.246 Mph
28 Karla Boddy Female Team Corley Cycles 1:02:12 24.116 Mph
29 Ben Ferris Male Andover Wheelers 1:02:19 24.071 Mph
30 Lucy Austin Female Didcot Phoenix CC 1:02:23 24.045 Mph
31 Tim Grose Male Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 1:02:25 24.032 Mph
33 Stuart Thompson Male Andover Wheelers 1:02:49 23.879 Mph
34 Oliver Berney Male Royal Sutton CC 1:03:09 23.753 Mph
35 Lee Henderson Male Andover Wheelers 1:03:47 23.517 Mph
35 Andrew Mayfield Male Bournemouth Arrow CC 1:03:47 23.517 Mph
37 David Phillips Male Old Portlians CC 1:04:15 23.347 Mph
38 Nicholas Cooper Male Andover Wheelers 1:04:16 23.341 Mph
39 Will Matthews Male Andover Wheelers 1:04:23 23.298 Mph
40 Jack Oliver Male Southdown Velo 1:05:10 23.018 Mph
41 Karl Brooks Male Andover Wheelers 1:06:20 22.613 Mph
42 Colin Crocker Male Sotonia CC 1:06:24 22.591 Mph
43 Nick PICKERING Male Andover Wheelers 1:07:11 22.327 Mph
44 Dan Colloby Male Andover Wheelers 1:07:25 22.25 Mph
45 Alan Doney Male Portsmouth Triathletes 1:07:36 22.19 Mph
46 Robert Jolliffe Male New Forest CC 1:11:54 20.863 Mph
47 Bridget Colloby Female Andover Wheelers 1:13:36 20.381 Mph
48 CHRIS SUMMERS Male Sotonia CC 1:14:18 20.189 Mph

Downie Wins in Dorset, Bournemouth Jubilee Wh Purbeck Race, Report,Results



The damp roads from overnight rain were already drying out as the riders started in bright sunshine and a fresh south westerly and it was that fresh south westerly that made the 10 lap Lulworth circuit just a little more testing than it always is! The major break of the race stuck as five strong riders forced a gap on the third circuit which was already 40 seconds by the end of the lap 3. Mike Ford of VC St Raphael, Adrian Lawson & Calum Croft of Latchem Sunrsise RT, Matt Downie of Primera Sports – Team Jobs and Ben Davis of the Bristol Road Club constituted the break and they worked well together to gradually eke out an increasing gap over the bunch. TJ Key has been part of that group but fell back spending a couple of laps in no mans land before being reabsorbed by the bunch. Adrian Lawson took the first prime with apparent ease. Did the others contest it? Hard to tell – everyone looks like they suffer up Newtown Hill as everyone does suffer on it!

By the second prime on lap 7 the gap had grown to around 90 seconds and Calum Croft repeated his team mates earlier success looking ominously strong as he passed over the line ahead of the others. The gap seemed to stabilise on the bunch who were unable to make in roads. Its a course where individuals have won off long breakaway efforts: the 4000ft + of climbing gives no drafting advantage and everyone drops like a stone downhill solo or in a pack. The lead group only disintegrated by in the final mile or so when Adrian Lawson was the first to be distanced leaving the other four to fight out the uphill drag. It was Primera Sports-Team Jobs Matt Downie who outlasted Mike Ford for the win, Ben Davis was close third, with Calum Croft fourth and Lason fifth. Despite several attempts by riders from the bunch to get away the field essentially finished together. It was the home club’s John Samways who struck out for the line first but he was beaten by Nic McKibbin ot Bath CC who brought the bunch home in sixth with Samways seventh, winning the first third cat rider prize. The quality of the racing was such that only one other 3rd cat made the top 15.
Thanks to Bob Richardson, Warren Jesse & Chris Courage


1 Matt Downie Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
2 Mike Ford VC St Raphael 2nd
3 Ben Davis Bristol RC 2nd
4 Calum Croft Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
5 Adrian Lawson Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
6 Nic McKibbin Bath Cycling Club 2nd
7 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
8 Mark Perry Ride 24/7 2nd
9 James Peckham Sotonia CC 2nd
10 Martin Rowland UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 2nd
11 Phil Cole Mud Sweat n Gears CC 2nd
12 Ashley Hutchison VC St Raphael 2nd
13 Warren Jesse Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 2nd
14 Tom Temple Bath Cycling Club 2nd
15 Kim Little Merida Factory Racing 3rd
16 Andrew Carter Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
17 Steve Thomas Ride 24/7 2nd
18 Grant Leavy DRK Racing 3rd
19 Sean Frost Tri UK 3rd
20 James Hywel-Davies Latchem Sunwise Race Team 2nd
21 Joseph Clark I-Team Cyclists' Club 2nd
22 Richard Moore Estera p’red by Adventure Cycles 3rd
23 Tom Sefton Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
24 Ryan Weston UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 2nd
25 Harry Chamberlain Southampton University RC 3rd
26 Sam Holder DRK Racing 3rd
27 Julian Lockwood Primera-TeamJobs 3rd
28 Philip Godfrey Sotonia CC 3rd
29 Jack Hardwicke Strada-Sport 3rd
30 Colin Parry Ride 24/7 2nd
31 Jos Kertzman Bath Cycling Club 3rd
32 Jack Salvidge Cycleservice Sidmouth 2nd
33 Luke Barfoot Tri UK 2nd
34 Samuel Wadsley Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
35 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 2nd
36 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia CC 2nd
37 Brook Elgie Sotonia CC 2nd
38 Callum Dunford Sarum Velo 3rd
39 Frazier Carr Team Vision Innovative Leisure 2nd
40 Roland Tilley Weber Creative Interiors 3rd

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Poole Wheelers Youth Omnium, Results



Under 8

Position No Name Club 500m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 4 Harrison Hendy Bike Jockey CC 0:58.37 40 40 40 40 10 170
2 2 Daniel Branford Poole Wheelers CC 1:03.41 38 38 38 38 -14 138
3 3 Thomas Carr Solent Pirates 1:11.53 36 36 34 36 -20 122
4 1 Isla Pattinson Solent Pirates 1:17.75 34 34 36 34 -18 120
Under 10

Position No Name Club 500m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 12 Sebastian Boulton VC Jubilee 00:54.1 34 38 40 40 11 163
2 11 Oliver Gill Poole Wheelers CC 00:51.5 40 40 36 36 11 163
3 18 Gregory Eastham Bournemouth Jubilee 00:52.3 38 32 38 34 6 148
4 10 Charlie Pettifer Poole Wheelers CC 00:53.2 36 36 32 38 5 147
5 15 Albert Atkinson Poole Wheelers CC 00:57.6 30 34 34 28 0 126
6 14 Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers CC 00:56.5 32 30 30 32 0 124
7 13 Jack Morgan Solent Pirates 00:59.5 28 28 28 30 0 114
8 16 Evie Trussler Poole Wheelers CC 01:05.4 26 24 24 26 -20 80
9 17 Thom-Eidar Thorsen Poole Wheelers CC 01:05.9 24 26 26 24 -20 80
Under 12

Boys
Position No Name Club 500m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 35 Edward Charles Charlotteville CC 00:46.8 38 40 38 40 15 171
2 36 Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers CC 00:46.4 40 38 40 36 7 161
3 34 Lewis Seaward Solent Pirates 00:47.4 36 36 34 38 5 149
4 37 Finn Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT 00:49.3 32 34 32 34 1 133
5 33 Callum Robins Solent Pirates 00:49.6 30 30 36 30 0 126
6 30 Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers CC 00:49.0 34 28 30 28 5 125
7 31 Louis Boulton VC Jubilee 00:50.8 28 32 28 32 0 120
8 32 Oliver Morgan Solent Pirates 00:53.1 26 26 26 26 0 104
Girls
1 22 Katie-Anne Calton Solent Pirates 00:49.8 40 40 40 40 15 175
2 20 Daisy Pattinson Solent Pirates 00:52.6 38 34 34 38 7 151
3 24 Amber Richardson Portsmouth North End CC 00:57.3 34 36 36 34 7 147
4 25 Ella Beaton Solent Pirates 00:55.1 36 38 38 36 -16 132
5 23 Grace Richardson Portsmouth North End CC 01:02.9 32 32 32 32 -20 108
21 Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers CC dns 0
U14 Girls

Position No Name Club 1000m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 46 Laura Curle Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:32.85 38 36 40 38 23 175
2 47 Eva Callinan Hillingdon Slipstreamers 1:33.45 36 38 36 34 15 159
3 44 Sophie Tiller I-Team Cyclists’ Club 1:35.88 32 34 38 36 10 150
4 45 Ella-Marie Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow / Hotel Collingwood 1:32.00 40 40 34 40 -8 146
5 43 Charlotte Kelly Poole Wheelers CC 1:35.64 34 32 32 32 -39 91
6 41 Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow / Hotel Collingwood 1:37.47 30 30 30 30 -40 80
7 42 Sarah Sharkey Charlotteville CC 1:45.13 28 28 28 28 -60 52
48 Alexa Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT DNS 0
40 Carmen Dawtrey Solent Pirates DNS 0
U14 Boys

Position No Name Club 1000m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 57 Ryan Abram Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:25.47 36 38 28 38 16 156
2 58 Frederick Newman Preston Park Youth CC (PPYCC) 1:25.04 38 36 26 40 15 155
3 56 Dylan Hicks Preston Park Youth CC 1:28.92 34 32 40 36 2 144
4 59 Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers CC 1:29.72 32 40 24 34 6 136
5 54 Joshua Golliker Preston Park Youth CC 1:32.50 28 30 38 30 2 128
6 53 Archie Sloan VC Londres 1:31.13 30 28 34 32 0 124
7 52 Charlie Abel Poole Wheelers CC 1:35.90 26 24 36 26 0 112
8 51 Isaac Warrington Solent Pirates 1:37.18 24 26 32 28 0 110
9 50 Benjamin Gill Poole Wheelers CC 1:37.21 22 22 22 22 -20 68
10 60 Rahul Fortescue Talwar Preston Park Youth CC 1:23.65 0 0 0 24 34 58
55 Tom Stringer Hillingdon Slipstreamers DNS 0
60 Rahul Fortescue Talwar Preston Park Youth CC 1:23.65 0 0 0
U16 Girls

Position No Name Club 1000m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 77 Lucy Gadd Poole Wheelers CC 1:21.79 40 40 40 40 30 190
2 76 Zoe Brookes Hillingdon Slipstreamers 1:23.05 38 38 38 38 20 172
3 75 Freya Thatcher Liv Cycling Club – Epic Coaching 1:23.61 36 36 36 36 20 164
4 71 Emily Conn Palmer Park Velo RT 1:31.15 32 32 34 34 -16 116
5 72 Emma Keiller Charlotteville CC 1:33.05 28 28 28 32 -34 82
6 73 Connie Stevens Palmer Park Velo RT 1:31.52 30 30 32 28 -40 80
7 70 Freya Richardson Portsmouth North End CC 1:30.94 34 34 30 30 0 0
74 Caitlin Peters I-Team Cyclists’ Club DNS 0
U16 Boys

Position No Name Club 1000m Time Trial Elimination Scratch Sprint Points Overall
Time Points
1 101 Charlie Kelly Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:15.63 36 40 40 36 25 177
2 102 Elliot Cox Velo Club Venta 1:15.67 34 38 32 40 5 149
3 98 Jamie Bray Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:16.87 30 32 38 38 9 147
4 92 Samuel Clark I-Team Cyclists’ Club 1:17.50 24 34 30 28 31 147
5 100 Jamie Pullen Redhill Raiders 1:16.33 32 36 28 34 9 139
6 96 Tom Pughe-Morgan Preston Park Youth CC 1:17.05 26 30 34 30 5 125
7 103 Finn Anderson-Grout Preston Park Youth CC 1:14.23 40 12 36 32 5 125
8 82 Rowan Ellis 1st Chard Whls 1:15.50 38 28 10 26 12 114
9 95 Sam Kelly Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:18.45 22 26 26 18 10 102
10 89 Sam Freeman Solent Pirates 1:19.34 20 24 20 22 0 86
11 94 Thomas Day Poole Wheelers CC 1:20.78 16 22 24 20 2 84
12 93 Vaughan Marris Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 1:20.08 18 14 22 24 3 81
13 91 Owen Giles Portsmouth North End CC 1:22.90 8 16 12 16 0 52
14 90 Euan Taylor Salt & Sham Cycle Club 1:23.52 4 20 14 14 0 52
15 83 Luca Stone Preston Park Youth CC (PPYCC) 1:21.87 12 18 8 12 0 50
16 87 Benjamin Wainwright Team Tor 2000 KALAS 1:21.57 14 2 18 8 0 42
17 86 Jacques Taylor Bristol Cycling Development Squad 1:22.22 10 8 6 6 0 30
18 81 Adam Churchill Preston Park Youth CC (PPYCC) 1:23.45 6 4 16 4 0 30
19 88 Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers CC 1:23.91 2 6 2 10 0 20
20 85 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow / Hotel Collingwood 1:17.04 28 10 4 0 0 0
21
22
84 Scott Morgan Solent Pirates DNS 0
97 Angus Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT DNS 0
99 George Sloan VC Londres DNS 0
80 Fred Ball Andover Whls DNS 0

McCann adds Silver in Maniago


Press Release
CRAIG MCCANN ADDS SILVER TO THE GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM’S MEDAL HAUL IN MANIAGO

There was another silver medal to add to the tally for the Great Britain Cycling Team on the first day of road racing at the UCI Para-cycling World Cup in Maniago as Craig McCann won a gutsy silver medal in the T2 road race.
After a fifth place in yesterday’s time-trial McCann started the race strongly and at the end of lap one was on the wheel of Paralympic and world champion Hans Peter Durst.

However the race was blown wide open during lap two when Peter Durst suffered a puncture leaving him well behind the rest of the field. With the pre-race favourite out of the running it was all to play for with McCann coming through strongly at the front of the group at the end of the penultimate lap.

In the final lap McCann was in a group of three at the front coming into the finishing straight with Belgian rider Tim Celen and Italian Giorgia Farroni for company.
Celen pulled clear to take the gold medal and leave McCann in a battle for second place with Farroni, which the Italian looked to have won with twenty metres to go. However he just left a slight gap for McCann and he took full advantage, lunging for the line and taking second place courtesy of a photo finish.

A fencer at London 2012, McCann said his first world cup medal justifies his decision to make the switch to cycling.

“It’s been a long time coming. I switched sports after London and it’s been a long journey to get to where I am now and all the work has paid off. I thought I had second coming round the corner, I could see the line I wanted to take and I was happy with it and then the Italian flew straight out in front of me and I could just see silver disappear, but for some reason he opened up a tiny gap and I just thought I’ll take it.”

Friday, 12 May 2017

Golden Start for Great Britain in Maniago


GOLDEN START IN MANIAGO FOR GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM TANDEM DUO BATE AND DUGGLEBY
Press Release


There was a golden start for the Great Britain Cycling Team on the first day of action at the UCI Para-cycling World Cup in Maniago as Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby claimed gold in the time-trial.

In their first race together since the Paralympics they showed they remain the tandem to beat with a dominant performance, finishing well clear of the Dutch and Spanish in second and third place, covering the 24 kilometre route in 28.59.81.


Speaking after the race Bate said:

“There’s still a lot more to come. Adam and I haven’t done that much. We’ve enjoyed a winter off really so it’s nice to come back and stake a claim at the top of podium.

“We thought we’d come here and go well. The course suited us today. It’s really encouraging thinking about the training I’ve got ahead now. There’s certainly a lot more to come.”


There was also a successful return to road action for Crystal Lane in the day’s morning session after she picked up a silver medal.

On his debut for the Great Britain Cycling Team Will Bjergfelt finished in sixth place in the C5 competition, while Liz Saul and Simon Price finished in sixth and seventh place respectively in their classifications.

Craig McCann finished fifth in the T2 time-trial and he’ll be the only Great Britain Cycling Team rider in road race action on Saturday with the rest of the team competing on Sunday.

Moreton Race Series #1 Results


Wins for Molly Haycock/Gail Brown & William Hayes in round 1 of the Bournemouth Cycleworks Moreton Series
Provisional Results
Ladies Only Race
1. Molly Haycock - Bournemouth Arrows / Hotel Collingwood
1 Gail Brown - Bournemouth University
3. Lora White - Hub CC
4. Laura Rayner - Westbury Wheelers
5. Emma Needham - CC Weymouth
6. Carol Tilley - Weber Creative Interiors
Open Race
1. William Hayes - Hub CC
2. Lyndon Thompson - NFCC
3. Pete Carter - Hong Kong Phooey
4. Nicholas Barks - Unattached
5. mark hardwicke - bournemouth arrow cc
6. Bob Ford - uk-biking
7. conal low-grier - Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
8. David Furze - Unattached
9. Peter Lamb - Unattached
10. Gordon Scott - CC Weymouth
11. David Gilham - Bournemouth Arrow
12. Shaun Palmer - RNRMCA
13. Simon Davis - UK Biking
14. Adrian Riddleston - GDW
15. Stephen Morphew - Unattached
16. Mike Copson - Unattached
17. James horton - Vc st Raphael
18. Martin Rowland - Uk-Biking
19. Ryan Weston - Uk Biking
20. Chris McLaughlin - UKB
21. giles greening - tri uk
22. Darren Orchard - Mud Sweat n Gears
23. Phil Cole - Mud sweat n gears
24. Simon Merritt - UK Biking Cycleworks TREK
25. Julian Lockwood - Primera -TeamJobs
26. Craig Haslam - TriUK
27. Sam Brooke - Poole wheelers
28. Tom Carter - Mud sweat n gears cc
29. Shaun amor - UK Biking
30. Phil Dickson - Unattached
31. Steve Dring - UK-Biking
32. Max Baldock - Poole Wheelers cc
33. Chris Wilson - Tornado RCC
34. Graham Biles - MSnG
35. Nick Carroll - Mud sweat and gears cc
36. Tom Clements - Offcamber
37. Lewis Stripp - Mud, Sweat n Gears
38. Chris Matley - Unattached
39. Jamie Haycock - BACC
40. Simon Lock - Unattached
41. Martyn Dickson - Unattached
42. Martin Howes - Tornado RCC
43. George Creasey - UK-Biking Bournemouth Cycleworks Trek
44. Matt Merritt - Mud sweat and gears

British Cycling Confirms Team for MTB World Cup



BRITISH CYCLING CONFIRMS TEAM FOR UCI MOUNTAIN BIKE WORLD CUP IN NOVE MESTO NA MORAVE
Ella Connolly
Press Release
British Cycling has named a squad of three riders who will ride in Great Britain Cycling Team colours at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano in Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic, from 19 – 21 May 2017.

Evie Richards, who finished fourth in the under-23 women’s cross country event at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships which was held at the same venue last year, will line-up alongside fellow senior academy rider Ella Conolly in the first world cup of the season for the cross country mountain bikers. Current under-23 national champion Frazer Clacherty, who was the second fastest under-23 finisher in the elite men’s race at the Hadleigh Park International on 7 May, completes the line-up.

Lead coach Simon Watts said: “The first round of the cross country world cup series is held at the classic mountain bike venue in Nové Město and all three riders have different objectives for the race.

“Evie will be looking to build on her fourth place finish at the world championships last year and will be targeting a top five finish – something I think she is capable of having finished on the world cup podium twice last year, which marked her first year in the under-23 category.

“Ella is returning to the cross country mountain bike race scene having taken some time away from it, and this world cup represents a development opportunity for her. We’re looking for Ella to focus on her first lap time, rather than the overall result.

“Frazer has taken a big step up this year having had a really good, solid training block over winter. He has been unfortunate so far this season and hasn’t had the results he’s deserved due to mechanical issues, so this world cup gives him the opportunity to demonstrate where he is against a world class under-23 men’s field.

“Overall, the squad has been lifted by their teammates’ superb one-two result which Dan Tullet and Cameron Orr had at the UCI Mountain Bike Junior Series at the Haldeigh Park International last weekend, and we’re hoping to continue this momentum in Nové Město.”


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

Frazer Clacherty
Ella Conolly
Evie Richards

Bournemouth Arrow CC Club 10 11/05/17 Results


P311 Ringwood-Sopley
"The rain managed to hold off until all riders finished.
Primera topped the table with Tom Temple doing an impressive time.
Thanks for our volunteers, Jennie, Peter and Joey."

1 Tom Temple Primera 00:21:15 28.24
2 Jacob Aries Primera 00:21:56 27.36
3 Aaron Kneebone RNRMCA 00:22:08 27.11
4 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:22:31 26.65
5 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:23:01 26.07
6 James Dick Tri Team Wessex 00:24:07 24.88
7= Gary Cure Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:10 24.83
7= Leighton Smith Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:10 24.83
9 Peter Lynk Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:24:24 24.59
10 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:25 24.57
11 Alan Bayliss Salisbury Tri 00:24:29 24.51
12 Nick Baugniet Antelope RT 00:24:39 24.34
13 Keith Mahon Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:41 24.31
14 Andrew Parkhill Zoom Tri 00:25:17 23.73
15 Adrian Watkins Tornado RCC 00:25:31 23.51
16 Mike Round Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:12 22.90
17 Colin Scott Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:19 22.80
18 Malcolm Field Maidenhead CC 00:26:22 22.76
19 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:24 22.73
20 Martin Nobbs Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:33 22.60
21 Nathan Ansell Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:53 22.32
22 John Marriner Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:27:24 21.90
23 Rod Langley Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:27:53 21.52
24 Catherine Pascoe New Forest CC 00:29:22 20.43
25 Mark Turner-Smith Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:29:36 20.27
Thanks to volunteers Jennie, Peter, Joey & Julian

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Henstridge Circuits #2 Results


Aden Wills & Charles Rees winners at Henstridge on the Dorset/Somerset border
4th cat
1. Aden Wills Team Tor 2000 KALAS
2. David Tring
3. Robert Midmore Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
4. Christopher Wilson Tornado Road Cycling Club
5. Samuel Brooke Poole Wheelers CC
6. Paul Churchill Army Cycling Union
7. Luke Monahan UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
8. Tom Pattinson-Smith Tri UK
9. Edward Collins Team Tor 2000 KALAS
10. Jack Wiltshire Offcamber
11. Steven Cowley Army Cycling Union
12. Frankie Whitwell Bath Cycling Club
13. Farilee Williams
14. Lewis Stripp Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
15. James Brown
2/3 cat
1. Charles Rees Gillingham and District Wheelers
2. James Horton VC St Raphael
3. Callum Dunford Sarum Velo
4. Charley Calvert Team Backstedt/Hotchillee
5. Tristram More-Molyneux Gillingham and District Wheelers
6. Matthew Norris Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
7. James Curson Tri UK
8. Phillip Cole Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 2nd 2
9. Chris McLaughlin UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
10. Darren Orchard Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
11. Adrian Riddleston Gillingham and District Wheelers
12. Jack Salvidge Cycleservice Sidmouth
13. Sean Frost Tri UK
14. Simon Merritt UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
15. Steve Moss BournemouthArrow
16. Mark Valentine Poole Wheelers CC
17. Shaun Reed Team Tor 2000 KALAS
18. Jack Whitehouse Gillingham and District Wheelers
19. Giles Greening Tri UK
20. James Hywel-Davies Latchem Sunwise Race Team
21. Peter Hodson-Thomas Latchem Sunwise Race Team
22. Christopher Crowther Army Cycling Union

...a3crg Summer TT Series #1, Report, Results


a3crg The Greatham Summer Tens Event 1~ Wednesday 10th May

Dave Collard-Berry writes........

This season ...a3crg decided rather than disappoint riders from making wasted journeys to try and get into their club events they would make the Wednesday Series "Open Events" so riders could pre-enter. Well if you are going to take the trouble of drawing up a list then you might as well call it an Open Event plus they are still at the same fee, just don't expect cash prizes!

For the first night they were oversubscribed having to return thirty entries, but on the night there wasn't a queue going out of the door to sign-on.

And what a night it turned out to be, summer has arrived and there was lovely full moon, what possibly could go wrong! Of course back at HQ quite a few riders complained about the cross-wind and comparing times with Saturdays Hants Road Club event, some were up others down.

Gary Chambers was down but still was fastest with 19:01 and 23 seconds ahead of former team mate James Copeland. Maryka Sennema (Fusion RT Fierlan) fresh from riding the Tour of Yorkshire where she claimed to be the oldest woman in the race was very pleased with her 21:59 the fastest she has done for a few years. Air Traffic controller Kelly Stokes guided herself around the course to pb and second place 33 seconds behind Maryka.

The riders to keep an eye on are Nick Tarmey from VC Venta and Thomas Key, it all promises to be an interesting series. Next event is a Road Bike TT, good idea? Well it is oversubscribed, so worth looking forward to.

Results…a3crg Summer Time Trials 2017
Event 1 ~ Course P881/10 (A3) Ham Barn Liss
Wednesday 10th May 2017

Pos Rider Team/Squadra/Club Cat MPH Actual
1 Gary Chambers NOPINZ Sen 31.55 00:19:01
2 James Copeland Fareham Wheelers CC Sen 30.93 00:19:24
3 Mark Smith Crawley Wheelers Vet 30.77 00:19:30
4 Matthew Charlton Farnborough & Camberley CC Sen 30.69 00:19:33
5 Kevin Tye VeloRefined Aerosmiths Vet 30.38 00:19:45
6 Jon Hughes VC Godalming & Haslemere Vet 29.80 00:20:08
7 Thomas Key Primera-Teamjobs Sen 29.78 00:20:09
8 Andrew Langdown Blazing Saddles Vet 29.73 00:20:11
9 Tom Pritchard Hampshire Road Club Sen 29.70 00:20:12
10 Nick Tarmey Velo Club Venta Sen 29.44 00:20:23
11 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Vet 29.39 00:20:25
12 Nik Allen Worthing Excelsior CC Vet 29.29 00:20:29
13 Andy Smith Velo Club St Raphael Vet 29.25 00:20:31
14 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC Sen 28.71 00:20:54
15 Mark Stafford Portsmouth North End CC Vet 28.48 00:21:04
16 Andrew Thomas ...a3crg Sen 28.39 00:21:08
17= Thomas Pfeiffer Dulwich Paragon CC Vet 28.37 00:21:09
17= Arthur Venables ...a3crg Esp 28.37 00:21:09
19= Ben Houston East Grinstead CC Vet 28.28 00:21:13
19= Neil Mackley Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 28.28 00:21:13
21 David Ogden Farnborough & Camberley CC Sen 28.21 00:21:16
22 Kevin Baker NFTO Race Club Sen 28.15 00:21:19
23 Steve Legg ...a3crg Vet 28.02 00:21:25
24= Rupert Robinson Crawley Wheelers Vet 27.91 00:21:30
24= James Churchard Reading CC Vet 27.91 00:21:30
26 Peter Hatt Velo Club St Raphael Vet 27.84 00:21:33
27 Jon Smith Velo Club St Raphael Vet 27.61 00:21:44
28 Peter Younghusband Petersfield Tri Club Vet 27.59 00:21:45
29 Tom Chapman ...a3crg Sen 27.31 00:21:58
30 Maryka Sennema Fusion RT Fierlan WV 27.29 00:21:59
31 Hamish Walker Blazing Saddles Vet 27.25 00:22:01
32= David Lovell Addiscombe CC Vet 27.21 00:22:03
32= Ian Hatch Sotonia CC Vet 27.21 00:22:03
34 Andy Lovell ...a3crg Vet 27.17 00:22:05
35 Dominic Chapman Blazing Saddles Vet 27.11 00:22:08
36 Michael Naulls Velo Club Venta Vet 27.05 00:22:11
37 Mike O'Gorman Worthing Excelsior CC Vet 27.01 00:22:13
38 Jerry Bromyard ...a3crg Vet 26.85 00:22:21
39 Ray Sullivan Met Police CC Vet 26.79 00:22:24
40 Andrew Phipps Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Vet 26.71 00:22:28
41= Dennis Tapping ...a3crg Vet 26.69 00:22:29
41= Tommy Frampton Portsmouth North End CC Vet 26.69 00:22:29
43 Kelly Stokes Portsmouth Triathletes WS 26.63 00:22:32
44 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael Vet 26.45 00:22:41
45= Warren Peters ...a3crg Vet 26.43 00:22:42
45= Mike Garner ...a3crg Vet 26.43 00:22:42
47 Matthew Butler Charlotteville CC Esp 26.37 00:22:45
48 Alan Emmott Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 26.16 00:22:56
49 Sarah Matthews ...a3crg WV 26.14 00:22:57
50 Michael Draper Charlotteville CC Vet 26.05 00:23:02
51 Tim Grose VC Godalming & Haslemere Vet 25.90 00:23:10
52 Mike Marchant Southdown Velo Vet 25.59 00:23:27
53 Marianne Holt Fareham Wheelers CC WS 25.28 00:23:44
54 Greg Harding Farnham Road Club Vet 25.07 00:23:56
55 Michael Gowan Festival Road Club Vet 24.79 00:24:12
56 Silvio Cortis Farnham Road Club Vet 24.78 00:24:13
57 Zoe Taylor ...a3crg WV 24.71 00:24:17
58 Rachel Clay VC Meudon WV 24.44 00:24:33
59 Jim Morris VC Meudon Vet 24.32 00:24:40
60= Sophie Needham Hampshire Road Club WS 24.26 00:24:44
60= Eva Nyirenda ...a3crg WS 24.26 00:24:44
62 Ali Ford VC Meudon WV 24.24 00:24:45
63 Derek Dowden Charlotteville CC Vet 24.19 00:24:48
64 Robert Oliver Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 24.10 00:24:54
65 Robyn Yates Addiscombe CC WV 24.05 00:24:57
66 Peter Knipe Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 23.64 00:25:23
67 John Isard Hampshire Road Club Vet 23.59 00:25:26
68 Geoff Newman Farnham Road Club Vet 23.56 00:25:28
69 Simon Craig-McFeely ...a3crg Vet 23.30 00:25:45
70 Matt Twist Petersfield Tri Club Sen 23.08 00:26:00
71 Martin Whitty ...a3crg Vet 22.20 00:27:02
72 Ken Rayson ...a3crg Vet 21.52 00:27:53
73 Johanna Lovell ...a3crg WV 20.51 00:29:15
74 Stan Bennett ...a3crg Vet 20.35 00:29:29
75 Nigel Bicknell Farnham Road Club Vet 19.26 00:31:09
76 Michael Churcher Bognor Regis CC Vet 17.62 00:34:03
Team Classification
Pos Team Counting Riders Time
1 Fareham Wheelers James Copeland, Neil Mackley, Alan Emmott 01:03:33

Portsmouth Evening Circuits, Results & Standings


Oliver Scott & Scott Michaels winners in round 2 at the Mountbatten Centre Portsmouth

YOUTH U10 [E] /

1st 72 Harrison HENDY Bike Jockey CC
2nd 71 Sebastian FOSTER Bike Jockey CC
YOUTH U12 [C]

1st 42 Judah HURR Portsmouth North End CC
2nd 41 Adam HARRISON-SMITH Chapel Tri-Stars
YOUTH U16 [A] / U14 [B]

1st 38 Owen GILES A Portsmouth North End CC
2nd 37 Jacob SCHNABEL B Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
3rd 40 Jamie WHITCHER B Poole Wheelers CC
4th 20 Matthew HOULBERG A Portsmouth North End CC
5th 39 Jude BEATON B Portsmouth North End CC
6th 1 Zoe BROOKES Ag Hillingson Slipstreamers
7th 21 Izzy BRICKELL Bg Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
8th 24 Sophie TILLER Bg I-Team Cyclists' Club
3 / J3

1st 55 Oliver SCOTT Dulwich Paragon CC
2nd 72 Chris McGOVERN Southampton University Road Club
3rd 73 Sebastian OTTLEY Racing Club Ravenna
4th 67 Stuart WAITE WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
5th 56 Mark HERBERT Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
6th 71 Michael GREENSHIELDS University Of Portsmouth CC
7th 66 Max MOYLES University of Exeter Cycling Club
8th 70 Liam BARR University Of Portsmouth CC
9th 69 Steve MOSS BournemouthArrow/HotelCollingwood
10th 51 Ben HUTTLY Brighton Mitre CC
11th 62 Sam STEWART Southdown Velo
12th 64 Shaun REED Team Tor 2000 KALAS
13th 74 Luis COUNTINHO Southdown Velo
14th 68 James BRICKELL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
15th 77 Kevin FOSTER WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
16th 75 Tom ELLIS Southampton University Road Club
17th 61 Tim BLACKMORE Southdown Velo
18th 57 Harry JOHNSON Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
19th 79 Simon AMBROSINI WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
20th 63 Ian DONOHUE Southern Planning Practice Ltd
21st 78 Ian HAYDEN WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
22nd 54 Tristan WHITE DHCyclesport
23rd 65 Kris COLLINS Team Wiggle
24th 59 Tom STOCKER Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma's
25th 76 Russell THOMPSON WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
E / 1 / 2 / J

E / 1 / 2 / J
Pos No Full Name Club Team
1st 8 Scott MICHAELS Southampton University Road Club
2nd 14 Dylan THOMAS VC Meudon
3rd 6 Henry LATIMER Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT
4th 16 Joseph ANDREWS Spokes BPC Racing
5th 5 Harry VEALE Cycleworks.co.uk
6th 10 Justin HOY Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT
7th 15 Lewis MARTIN Spokes BPC Racing
8th 13 Mike SMITH Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT
9th 11 Lee SMITH Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT
10th 1 Nicholas O'HARA 3C Cyclexperience
11th 9 Matt ALLSOP WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
12th 12 James EBDON WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
13th 7 Andy SHACKEL Team Wiggle
14th 4 Ryan SMITH Morvelo Basso RT


3 / J3
1st Oliver SCOTT Dulwich Paragon CC 140
2nd Sebastian OTTLEY Racing Club Ravenna 128
3rd Max MOYLES University of Exeter Cycling Club 126
4th Michael GREENSHIELDS University Of Portsmouth CC 118
5th Steve MOSS BournemouthArrow/HotelCollingwood 114
6th Shaun REED Team Tor 2000 KALAS 98
7th Simon AMBROSINI WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 98
8th Sam STEWART Southdown Velo 84
9th Tristan WHITE DHCyclesport 82
10th Luis COUNTINHO Southdown Velo 78
11th Ian HAYDEN WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 70
12th Tom STOCKER Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma's 70
13th Chris McGOVERN Southampton University Road Club 68
14th Tim BLACKMORE Southdown Velo 68
15th Jim HAMILTON University of Exeter Cycling Club 66
16th Stuart WAITE WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 64
17th Mark HERBERT Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 62
18th Kevin FOSTER WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 62
19th Liam BARR University Of Portsmouth CC 56
20th Ian DONOHUE Southern Planning Practice Ltd 56
21st James COOPER Natural RT 56
22nd Ben HUTTLY Brighton Mitre CC 52
23rd Lee RUTLAND Army Cycling Union 52
24th Russell THOMPSON WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 48
25th Philip BOARER Racing Club Ravenna 48
26th James BRICKELL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 44
27th Simon WALTERS Velo Club Venta 44
28th Jack HARDWICKE Strada-Sport 42
29th Tom ELLIS Southampton University Road Club 40
30th Jack FERRELL Racing Club Ravenna 38
31st Harry JOHNSON Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 36
32nd David SMITH VC Meudon 36
33rd George CREASEY UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 28
34th Kris COLLINS Team Wiggle 26
35th Lee HENDERSON Andover Whls 22
36th Harry CHAMBERLAIN Southampton University Road Club 18

E12
1st Justin HOY Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT 132
2nd Harry VEALE Cycleworks.co.uk 130
3rd Dylan THOMAS VC Meudon 122
4th Lee SMITH Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT 116
5th Joseph ANDREWS Spokes BPC Racing 114
6th Matt ALLSOP WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 114
7th Lewis MARTIN Spokes BPC Racing 112
8th Nicholas O'HARA 3C Cyclexperience 102
9th Scott MICHAELS Southampton University Road Club 98
10th Henry LATIMER Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT 86
11th Michael FORD VC St Raphael 70
12th Mitch WEBBER Bike Channel Canyon 66
13th Benjamin MARKS Morvelo Basso RT 62
14th Mike SMITH Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT 60
15th Thomas KEY Primera-TeamJobs 56
16th Adam HOLLEYMAN WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 52
17th James EBDON WightlinkWight Mountain CRT. 48
18th Andy SHACKEL Team Wiggle 46
19th Ryan SMITH Morvelo Basso RT 44
20th Jay EASTWOOD Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma's 42
21st Stuart THOMPSON Andover Wheelers 40
22nd Liam WALSH VC St Raphael 38
23rd Matt BONE Hosté TAAP Storck 36
24th Joseph CLARK I-Team Cyclists' Club 32
25th Andrew Thomas ...a3crg

Overall after round 2
U8

1st E Harrison HENDY Bike Jockey CC 40
2nd E Sebastian FOSTER Bike Jockey CC 18
3rd Eg Holly HURR Portsmouth North End CC 18

U12
1st C Judah HURR Portsmouth North End CC 58
2nd C Matthew GILMOUR Velo Club Venta 40
3rd C Adam HARRISON-SMITH Chapel Tri-Stars 38
4th Cg Rose-Marie MONCRIEFFE Velo Club Londres 36

U14

1st Bg Izzy BRICKELL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 74
2nd Bg Sophie TILLER I-Team Cyclists' Club 68
3rd B Jacob SCHNABEL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 40
4th B Jamie WHITCHER Poole Wheelers CC 38
5th B Matthew HICKMAN Portsmouth North End CC 38
6th B Jude BEATON Portsmouth North End CC 36

U16

1st A Matthew HOULBERG Portsmouth North End CC 68
2nd A Owen GILES Portsmouth North End CC 66
3rd A Samuel CLARK I-Team Cyclists' Club 40
4th A Vaughan MARRIS Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 38
5th Ag Zoe BROOKES Hillingdon Slipstreamers 36
6th A Sam FREEMAN Solent Pirates 36
7th A Danny HAVEY Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 34
8th A Harvey McLEAN Behind the Bikeshed 32
9th A Max FLEMING Solent Pirates 28
10th Ag Kathryn CREASEY BournemouthArrow/HotelCollingwood 24
11th Ag Charlotte CREASEY BournemouthArrow/HotelCollingwood 22






Bournemouth & Dist WCA Club 10 10/05/17, Results


24 riders successfully negotiated the donkeys on the P164 Lyndhurst course on a bright & breezy evening. headwind from the start to Ley Green Farm.

Women:

1 Angela Burnikell Sotonia CC 26.10
2 Claire Newman Crabwood CC 28.41
3 Donna Lovelock IRIS Race Team 28.54
4 Linda Connor Southampton Tri 30.24
5 Amy Davis Southampton Tr 30.35
6 Nicole Wall Southampton Tr 33.35
7 Maria Bunce Southampton Tri 40.15
Men:
1 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 23.22
2 Steve Wood Antelope RT 25.18
3 Paul Edmonds Southampton Tri 25.25
4 Ian Sherin 3C Cyclexperience 25.27
5 Stuart Grace GA Cycles 26.21
6 Alex Dickson Sotonia CC 26.26
7 Stuart Gray Southampton Tri 26.32
8 Adam Graves Southampton Tri 26.44
9 Stephen Skinner VTTA Wessex 27.12
10 Mike Anderson VC St Raphael 27.49
11 Neil O'Brien Sotonia CC 28.08
12 Dave Wilson Hardley Runners 29.14
13 Chris Summers Sotonia CC 30.03
14 Martin Davies Southampton Tri 30.39
15 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood CC 31.06
16 Darryl Marcus Hanks Southampton Tri 35.45

Tandem: (Mary Corbett's Tandem Tart's Challenge)
Mary Corbett & Ian Wall Sotonia CC 29.55

Timekeepers were Paula Miller and Dave Crocker
Other helpers Ann Miller, Clive Peskett and Jacky Prosser
Thanks Jack Prosser


Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Poole Wheelers Club 10 10/05/17, Results


Craig Haslam
Course record for Lewis Keightley on the P412 Bulbury course
1 LEWIS KEIGHTLEY TEAM BOTT 19.48
2 SAM WADSLEY PW 20.16
3 CRAIG HASLAM TEAM BOTT 20.52
4 MARK DENNEY PW 21.23
5 PARTRYK WITKOWSKI BJW 21.48
6 CRAIG WESTON PW 22.20
7 BARRY WATKINSON BACC 22.23
8 LUKE RENDALL PW 22.36
9 STUART PECKHAM NFCC 23.04
10=BARRY CLEWIT VCSTR 23.15
10=RUPERT SILMAN BJW 23.15
12 SHAUN PARKER RNRMCA 23.16
13 MARK VALENTINE PW 23.46
14 JACK WILTSHIRE OFFCAMBER 23.48
15 CHRISSIE ROWLEY PW 24.10
16 IAN HOBLEY MIS SHROPS 25.00
17 TERRY BELBIN PW 26.20
18 NIGEL RENDALL PW 26.31
19 PHIL HARVEY BJW 26.47
20 SIMON LEARVISIGLIA PW 27.15
21 ROBIN DARCH PW 27.37
22 CHERYL WEEKS PW 29.33

TANDEM
ANDY/LOUISA COOPER BJW 21.10

Andover Wheelers Hilly 10.2, 09/05/17, Results


Mitch Webber
P601c
1 Matthew Buckley Andover Wheelers 00:25:12 24.29
2 Mitch Webber Bike Channel Canyon 00:25:33 23.95
3 Tim Jude Andover Wheelers 00:27:41 22.11
4 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:28:05 21.79
5 Jed Webber Alp Cycles 00:28:15 21.66
6 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers 00:28:41 21.34
7 Tony Gifford Andover Wheelers 00:29:10 20.98
8 Jim Susans Andover Wheelers 00:29:15 20.92
9 H McLean 00:29:17 20.90
10 Nik Burrell Andover Wheelers 00:29:35 20.69
11 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers 00:29:48 20.54
12 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers 00:30:34 20.02
13 Alastair Currie Andover Wheelers 00:30:52 19.83
14 Will Matthews Andover Wheelers 00:30:57 19.77
15 Adrian Jenkins Andover Wheelers 00:31:03 19.71
16 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers 00:31:32 19.41
17 Mike Webber Andover Wheelers 00:31:37 19.36
18 Steve Longman Andover Wheelers 00:31:39 19.34
19 Nick Connell-Smith Andover Wheelers 00:31:40 19.33
20 Lee Henderson Andover Wheelers 00:31:51 19.22
21 Nick Pickering Andover Wheelers 00:32:48 18.66
22 Hefin Richards Andover Wheelers 00:33:57 18.03
23 Gary Richardson Andover Wheelers 00:33:58 18.02
24 Nick Cooper Andover Wheelers 00:34:36 17.69
25 Dan Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:34:59 17.49
26 Pete Dennett Andover Wheelers 00:35:05 17.44
27 Alex Hall Andover Wheelers 00:35:36 17.19
28 Sharon Harding Andover Wheelers 00:36:46 16.65
29 Paul Daley Andover Wheelers 00:38:17 15.99
30 Bridget Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:38:24 15.94

Great Britain Cycling Team Announce Para Team for Italy World Cup


GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM NAMED FOR UCI PARA-CYCLING ROAD WORLD CUP IN MANIAGO
Steve Bate & Adam Duggleby


Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby will return to action for the Great Britain Cycling Team for the first time since winning double Paralympic gold, at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Maniago, Italy from 12-14 May.

Maniago was the location of the pairing’s first major success together, picking up medals in the time-trial and road race in June 2015. Joining Bate and Duggleby in Italy will be double Paralympic medallist Crystal Lane who will compete in a road world cup for the first time since 2012. A multiple medallist on the track, Lane will be hoping to transfer that form to the road, after winning bronze in the road race at the Paralympics.

Simon Price returns to the squad following a 2016 which saw him medal in the time-trial at world cups in Ostend and Bilbao, while Will Bjergfelt will make his Great Britain Cycling Team debut, after competing as an independent rider in Ostend in 2016.

Craig McCann will compete in the men’s trike classification while Liz Saul also returns to the squad.

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

“The team are really looking forward to getting stuck into a busy period on the road.

“It’s great to welcome Steve and Adam back. The start of their journey towards Paralympic success began with success in Maniago two years ago and they’ll both be looking to get their season off to a positive start.

“Crystal, Simon and Liz have all enjoyed success on the road in the past and we’ll be looking for Craig McCann to make an impact in the trike racing as we look ahead to the world championships in South Africa.

“I’m also looking forward to seeing Will Bjergfelt in action in his first event for the Great Britain Cycling Team. Will is a very experienced rider and this event provides a great opportunity for him to test himself against some high quality opposition.”

Great Britain Cycling Team:

Steve Bate (piloted by Adam Duggleby)
Craig McCann
Will Bjergfelt
Crystal Lane
Simon Price
Liz Saul

British Cycling Announces Team For Zolder BMX


Press Release
BRITISH CYCLING ANNOUNCES TEAM FOR UCI BMX SUPERCROSS WORLD CUP IN ZOLDER

British Cycling has announced the team of BMXers who will compete in rounds three and four of the UCI Supercross World Cup in Zolder, Belgium, on the 13 - 14 May 2017.

The team consists of the same seven riders who contested the first two rounds of the series in Papendal on 6 – 7 May.

They will travel to Zolder having gained some valuable racing experience in Papendal and will be looking to build on their performances in the next two rounds of the competition. Olympic podium programme rider Kyle Evans made the quarter finals in round one and the semi-finals in round two, winning several of his heats in the process. Fellow podium programme rider Tre Whyte crashed out in the eighth-finals in round one and exited the competition in the sixteenth-finals in round two.

Senior academy riders Quillan Isidore and Paddy Sharrock both exited in the quarter finals in round one and the eighth-finals in round two.

Eighteen year old junior rider Beth Shriever took a career-best result by finishing sixth in the final of round two, lining up in the elite women’s category against the current Olympic and world champion Mariana Pajon. Blaine Ridge-Davis exited the competition in the eighth-finals on both days whilst a crash for Kye Whyte in the sixteenth-finals in round one meant he missed out on competing on day two due to injury. A decision on Kye’s place on the team for Zolder will be made later this week, but the team are hopeful he will recover in time.

British Cycling’s Podium BMX coach Grant White reflected on the team’s performance: “The first two rounds of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup series in Papendal presented a weekend of true world class racing on an Olympic standard supercross track under a new, exciting and challenging race format. Many of the team delivered some great performances over the weekend and at the same time had experiences that will make them better equipped for the next opportunity. Race experiences like this are truly valuable for the development of our riders.

“It was fantastic to see Beth Shriever perform strongly all weekend having made significant improvements since the end of the 2016 World Cup series. A place in the round two final was a great achievement for Beth and continued exposure to this level of opportunity will help to further her development.

“Kyle Evans put in some world class performances over the weekend and is showing he's getting closer to where he's aiming to be. It was great to see Kyle at the front on many occasions over the weekend, and Zolder will offer another valuable experience for him to build on this performance.

“Paddy Sharrock's performance was also really pleasing to see and he’s beginning to see his hard work pay off. There's still work to be done by the young rider, but Paddy can be encouraged by his improved performance at this level of competition and I know he will continue to put the hard work in.

“The team have a few days to recover and then it's back onto the gate in Zolder for rounds three and four - something all the team are looking forward to.”


Great Britain Cycling Team for UCI BMX Supercross World Cup, Zolder

Kyle Evans
Quillan Isidore
Blaine Ridge-Davis
Paddy Sharrock
Beth Shriever
Kye Whyte
Tre Whyte

CC Weymouth Club 5 09/05/17



1 Greg Parker VC St Raphael 00:10:26
2 Jon Brumfield PCS 00:10:51
3 Patrick Dunn CCW 00:10:58
4 David Butt CCW 00:11:19
5 Colin Brumble CCW 00:11:44
6 Steve Trigwell CCW 00:11:52
7 Cormac Linehan Day member 00:12:22
8 Ian Miller CCW 00:12:26
9 Emma Needham CCW 00:12:43
=10 Rachel Hackman RNRMCA 00:12:54
=10 Andrew Jackson CCW 00:12:54
12 Paul Thomas CCW 00:13:00
13 Carl Grigg CCW 00:13:30
14 Pete Goode RNRMCA 00:13:52
15 Les Jessop PW 00:14:16

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10 09/05/17,Results



BJW riders
1 Matt Rollinson 21.52
2 Adrian Murray 22.21
3 Patryk Witkowski 22.44
4 Nick Jones 22.49
5 Bob Richardson 22.54
6 Thomas Piloni 24.23
7 Mark Hitchcott 24.32
8= Rupert Silman 24.40
8= Will Solomon 24.40
10 Craig Harris 24.54
11 Simon Meadwell 24.56
12 Mike Round 25.41
13 Danny French 25.48
14 Martin Ross 26.02
15 Anja Heijen 26.21
16 Colin Scott 26.50
17 Phillip Scriven 27.06
18 Rob Paulley 27.11
19 Simon Green 27.12
20 Nathan Ansell 27.47
21 John Marriner 28.03
22 Martin Reeder 28.07
23 John O'Brien 28.08
24 Chris Simpson 28.17

Private rides:
1 Bryce Dyer VC St Raphael 22.37
2 Julian Porter NFCC 25.10
3 Angela Burnikell Sotonia CC 25.20
4 Stuart Folley Christchurch BC 25.51
5 Martin Nobbs BACC 26.52
6 Michelle Walter BACC 27.04
7 Debbie Hallett BACC 27.53
8 Rob York Christchurch BC 27.58
9 Matt Brown Zoom Tri 28.31
10 Gary Charalambous Sotonia CC 29.33

Timekeepers: Peter Warhurst and Kevin Ridge
Other helpers: Clive Peskett, Paul Brown & Jacky Prosser



Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Great Britain Cycling Team Para-Cycling Squads Announced



Press Release
GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM PARA-CYCLING SQUADS ANNOUNCED

British Cycling has named the Great Britain Cycling Team Paralympic programme squad for 2017 following a membership review.

Twenty-six riders have been named and are split across the podium and podium potential groups.

New riders to the programme include pilot Matt Rotherham, who enjoyed double world title success in the sprint and kilo events at the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships alongside stoker James Ball, who also steps up to the podium squad. Jon Gildea joins them following his double world title success in Los Angeles.

Great Britain’s most successful female Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, who recently announced that she is expecting her second child, is joined on the podium squad by fellow Paralympic medallists, Megan Giglia, Jody Cundy, Karen Darke, Jon Allan Butterworth, Louis Rolfe, Crystal Lane and David Stone.

In the tandem events stokers Sophie Thornhill, Lora Fachie, Neil Fachie, and Steve Bate all continue as part of the podium programme alongside pilots Helen Scott, Corrine Hall, Craig Maclean, Pete Mitchell and Adam Duggleby.

The podium potential group includes some new faces with Mel Nicholls, a former wheelchair racer and silver medallist at the 2015 IPC World Athletics Championships, making the transition to cycling, while experienced rider Will Bjergfelt joins the squad for the first time. They are joined by David Smith, who continues his recovery from surgery, Simon Price, Craig McCann and Liz Saul.

British Cycling’s performance director, Stephen Park, said:

“We enjoyed a really positive start to the Tokyo 2020 cycle at the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships and we believe the riders that we have named in the programme have the ability to continue to deliver medals in the short, medium and long term.

“It’s also exciting to welcome some new faces on to the squad. Matt Rotherham enjoyed an impressive start to his para-cycling career at the track worlds and we are looking forward to welcoming Mel Nicholls from athletics as well as Will Bjergfelt to the podium potential squad.

“Today’s squad announcement and the changes to our pathway structure put the para-cycling squad in a very strong position as we start to look towards Tokyo 2020. With the announcement of the riders on our new foundation squad still to come, it’s an exciting time to be part of the para-cycling programme.”

Podium
James Ball
Steve Bate
Jon-Allan Butterworth
Jody Cundy
Karen Darke
Adam Duggleby
Lora Fachie
Neil Fachie
Megan Giglia
Jon Gildea
Corrine Hall
Crystal Lane
Craig Maclean
Pete Mitchell
Louis Rolfe
Matt Rotherham
Helen Scott
David Stone
Dame Sarah Storey
Sophie Thornhill

Podium Potential
Will Bjergfelt
Craig McCann
Mel Nicholls
Simon Price
Liz Saul
David Smith

GHS South, Youth Time Trial Champs.


Monday, 8 May 2017

Andover Wheelers 25, 14/05/17 Start List


P612/25 A303 Andover-Popham
1 07:01:00 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers Male Senior
2 07:02:00 Christina Murray Army Cycling Union Female Vet
3 07:03:00 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers Male Senior
4 07:04:00 Jack Oliver Southdown Velo Male Senior
5 07:05:00 Andrew Rivett Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
6 07:06:00 Jamie Susans Andover Wheelers Male Vet
7 07:07:00 David West Salisbury Tri Club Male Vet
8 07:08:00 Oliver Berney Royal Sutton CC Male Vet
9 07:09:00 Bridget Colloby Andover Wheelers Female Vet
10 07:10:00 Philip Watts North Hampshire RC Male Vet
11 07:11:00 Jake Prior Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
12 07:12:00 Jon Wiggins Frome And District Wheelers Male Senior
13 07:13:00 Lee Henderson Andover Wheelers Male Vet
14 07:14:00 Damon Payne Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Male Senior
15 07:15:00 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers Male Vet
16 07:16:00 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth Male Vet
17 07:17:00 John Dowding Salisbury Road Club Male Vet
18 07:18:00 David Garratt Onyx RT Male Vet
19 07:19:00 Dan Colloby Andover Wheelers Male Vet
20 07:20:00 Rich Hunt Army Cycling Union Male Vet
21 07:21:00 Alex Allen Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Male Senior
22 07:22:00 Will Matthews Andover Wheelers Male Vet
23 07:23:00 David Wells Petersfield Triathlon Club Male Vet
24 07:24:00 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers Male Juvenile
25 07:25:00 Kevin Baker NFTO Race Club Male Senior
26 07:26:00 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC Male Vet
27 07:27:00 Craig Wallington Sarum Velo Male Senior
28 07:28:00 Ian Hatch Sotonia CC Male Vet
29 07:29:00 Chris Cain Andover Wheelers Male Vet
30 07:30:00 Ben Skinner Bath Cycling Club Male Senior
31 07:31:00 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
32 07:32:00 David Phillips Old Portlians CC Male Vet
33 07:33:00 Terry Belbin Poole Whs Male Vet
34 07:34:00 Martin Whitty ...A3crg Male Vet
35 07:35:00 Mike Naulls Velo Club Venta Male Vet
36 07:36:00 Tony Gifford Andover Wheelers Male Vet
37 07:37:00 Tim Grose Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Male Vet
38 07:38:00 Matthew Buckley Andover Wheelers Male Senior
39 07:39:00 Michael Round Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
40 07:40:00 Andy Langdown Blazing Saddles Male Vet
41 07:41:00 Stuart Thompson Andover Wheelers Male Vet
42 07:42:00 Luke Rendell Poole Whs Male Senior
43 07:43:00 Andrew Mayfield Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
44 07:44:00 CHRIS SUMMERS Sotonia CC Male Vet
45 07:45:00 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
46 07:46:00 Jerry Bromyard ...A3crg Male Vet
47 07:47:00 Nick PICKERING Andover Wheelers Male Vet
48 07:48:00 Mark Perry Clevedon & District Road Club Male Vet
49 07:49:00 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC Male Vet
50 07:50:00 Gary Chambers NOPINZ Male Senior
51 07:51:00 Max Webber Abbotts Ann Cycles Male Senior
52 07:52:00 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers Male Vet
53 07:53:00 Karla Boddy Team Corley Cycles Female Senior
54 07:54:00 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC Male Vet
55 07:55:00 Mark Shepherd Banjo Cycles.Com/Raceware/Specialized Male Vet
56 07:56:00 Gary Allan GA Cycles Male Vet
57 07:57:00 Jamie Franklin Velo Club Venta Male Senior
58 07:58:00 Nicholas Cooper Andover Wheelers Male Vet
59 07:59:00 William Sawyer Abbotts Ann Cycles Male Vet
60 08:00:00 James Copeland Fareham Wheelers CC Male Senior
61 08:01:00 Ray Claridge GA Cycles Male Vet
62 08:02:00 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
63 08:03:00 Alan Doney Portsmouth Triathletes Male Vet
64 08:04:00 Lucy Austin Didcot Phoenix CC Female Senior
65 08:05:00 Simon Healey Andover Wheelers Male Vet

1 07:00:00 Nick O'Hara 3C Cyclexperience Male Vet
1 07:00:00 Sean Williams 3C Cyclexperience Male Vet

Chitterne Road Race Results


UNIVERSITY OF BATH CYCLING CLUB Chitterne Road Race 2017
National B – 111km 14:30 – Sunday 30th April 2017.

1. Isaac Mundy PMR@Toachim House
2. Jack Billyard Zappi Racing Team
3. Charlie Quarterman Leopard Pro Cycling
4. Jake Alderman Saint Piran
5. Jack Stanton-Warren Halesowen A & CC
6. Liam Walsh VC St Raphael
7. Harrison Wood Mid Devon CC
8. Alexander Cross Team Vision Innovative Leisure
9. Callum Ferguson Catford CC Equipe/Banks
10. Mitchell Webber BIKE Channel Canyon
11. George Bazley Bristol Cycling Development Squad
12. Robert Telford Veloton Team
13. Luke Barfoot Tri UK
14. Michael Ford VC St Raphael
15. Benjamin Marks Morvelo Basso RT
16. Joe Evans Madison Genesis
17. Joshua Burns Alé DMT Cipollini UK
18. Sebastian Lewis Hosté TAAP Storck
19. Jamie Penton Radeon-Bike Science RT
20. George Jones VC St Raphael
21. Robert Willcocks Royal Air Force
22. Matthew Franklin Bristol RC
23. Ashley Hutchison VC St Raphael
24. Duncan Heywood Saint Piran
25. Andrew Kirby University of Bristol CC
26. Morgan Curle Bristol Cycling Development Squad
27. Andrew Williams Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club

Poole Wheelers Youth Omnium Start List


Bournemouth Track 13/05/17
1 Isla Pattinson Solent Pirates E - U8G
2 Daniel Branford Poole Wheelers E - U8B
3 Thomas Carr Solent Pirates E - U8B
4 Harrison Hendy Bike Jockey CC E - U8B
10 Charlie Pettifer Poole Wheelers D - U10B
11 Oliver Gill Poole Wheelers D - U10B
12 Sebastian Boulton VC Jubilee D - U10B
13 Jack Morgan Solent Pirates D - U10B
14 Oliver Tooley Poole Wheelers D - U10B
15 Albert Atkinson Poole Wheelers D - U10B
16 Evie Trussler Poole Wheelers D - U10G
17 Thom-Eidar Thorsten Poole Wheelers D - U10B
20 Daisy Pattinson Solent Pirates C - U12G
21 Isabel Sharp Poole Wheelers C - U12G
22 Katie-Anne Carlton Solent Pirates C - U12G
23 Grace Richardson Portsmouth North End C - U12G
24 Amber Richardson Portsmouth North End C - U12G
25 Ella Beaton Solent Pirates C - U12G
30 Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers C - U12B
31 Louis Boulton VC Jubilee C - U12B
32 Oliver Morgan Solent Pirates C - U12B
33 Callum Robins Solent Pirates C - U12B
34 Lewis Seaward Solent Pirates C - U12B
35 Edward Charles Charlotteville CC C - U12B
36 Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers C - U12B
37 Finn Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT C - U12B
40 Carmen Dawtrey Solent Pirates B - U14G
41 Anna Tuttle Bournemouth Arrow B - U14G
42 Sarah Sharkey Charlotteville CC B - U14G
43 Charlotte Kelly Poole Wheelers B - U14G
44 Sophie Tiller I Team Cyclists’ Club B - U14G
45 Ella-Marie Dearlove Bournemouth Arrow B - U14G
46 Laura Curle Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad B - U14G
47 Eva Callinan Hillingdon Slipstreamers B - U14G
48 Elexa Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT B - U14G
50 Benjamin Gill Poole Wheelers B - U14B
51 Isaac Warrington Solent Pirates B - U14B
52 Charlie Abel Poole Wheelers B - U14B
53 Archie Sloan VC Londres B - U14B
54 Joshua Golliker Preston Park Youth CC B - U14B
55 Tom Stringer Hillingdon Slipstreamers B - U14B
56 Dylan Hicks Preston Park Youth CC B - U14B
57 Ryan Abram Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad B - U14B
58 Frederick Newman Preston Park Youth CC B - U14B
59 Jamie Whitcher Poole Wheelers B - U14B
60 Rahul Fortescue Talwar Preston Park Youth CC B - U14B
70 Freya Richardson Portsmouth North End A - U16G
71 Emily Conn Palmer Park Velo RT A - U16G
72 Emma Keiller Charlotteville CC A - U16G
73 Connie Stevens Palmer Park Velo RT A - U16G
74 Caitlin Peters I Team Cyclists’ Club A - U16G
75 Freya Thatcher Liv Cycling Epic Coaching A - U16G
76 Zoe Brookes Hillingdon Slipstreamers A - U16G
77 Lucy Gadd Poole Wheelers A - U16G
80 Fred Ball Andover Wheelers A - U16B
81 Adam Churchill Preston Park Youth CC A - U16B
82 Rowan Ellis 1st Chard Wheelers A - U16B
83 Luca Stone Preston Park Youth CC A - U16B
84 Scott Morgan Solent Pirates A - U16B
85 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow A - U16B
86 Jacques Taylor Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad A - U16B
87 Benjamin Wainwright Team for 2000 KALAS A - U16B
88 Dan Byrne Poole Wheelers A - U16B
89 Sam Freeman Solent Pirates A - U16B
90 Euan Taylor Salt and Sham CC A - U16B
91 Owen Giles Portsmouth North End A - U16B
92 Samual Clarke I Team Cyclists’ Club A - U16B
93 Vaughan Marris Fareham Wheelers A - U16B
94 Thomas Day Poole Wheelers A - U16B
95 Sam Kelly Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad A - U16B
96 Tom Pughe-Morgan Preston Park Youth CC A - U16B
97 Angus Hawkins Palmer Park Velo RT A - U16B
98 Jamie Bray Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad A - U16B
99 George Sloan VC Londres A - U16B
100 Jamie Pullen Redhill Raiders A - U16B
101 Charlie Kelly Bristol Cyc. Dev. Squad A - U16B
102 Elliot Cox Velo Club Venta A - U16B
103 Finn Anderson-Grout Preston Park Youth CC A - U16B