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Friday, 4 September 2015

Dave Moss


Vets 2-Up,1974

DAVID SAMUEL MOSS Passed peacefully away on 22nd August 2015, aged 83 years. Sadly missed by his wife Jeane 'Til we meet again', children Danny, Stephen and Debbie, and grandchildren David, Danny, Carlos, Ben, Sarah, Laura and Adam….. Former Bournemouth Arrow CC President, club champion, respected coach and the voice of Radio Poole Track, Dave Moss sadly passed away last month.
Funeral Service will take place at Bournemouth Crematorium on Tuesday 8th September at 11.00am, followed by a reception at the Queens Park Golf Club, BH8 9BY. Casual or club clothing welcome please. Family flowers only, but donations will be gratefully received for Parkinsons U.K. and may be sent to W Smith & Sons Funeral DirectorS, 639 / 645 Wimborne Road, Bournemouth BH9 2AR. (01202) 528818

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Roman City Road Race, Start List


Roman City Road Race
SUNDAY 6th Sept 2015 At Chittern Starting at 9.30 am

Event HQ Chitterne Village Hall, BA12 OLF.
Proud to be sponsored by:
www.boxsteambrewery.com 73degreesbicycleshop
Crestnicholson
Race Distance: 74 Kms
1 Nicholas O’Hara 3C Cyclexperience 3rd
2 Shaun Green Army Cycling Union 3rd
3 David Atkinson Bath Cycling Club 3rd
4 Hayden Burton Bath Cycling Club 3rd J
5 Darren Edwards Bath Cycling Club 3rd
6 Graham Edwards Bath Cycling Club 3rd
7 Simon Martin Bath Cycling Club 3rd
8 Peter Phillips Bath Cycling Club 3rd
9 Andrew Smith Bath Cycling Club 3rd
10 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
11 Mathew Blackmore Bristol RC 3rd
13 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth 3rd
14 Niel Dunnage Cotswold Veldrijden 3rd
15 Edward Griffin Cycology Bikes 3rd
16 Matthew Griffin Cycology Bikes 3rd
17 Gary Hill DHC Racing 3rd
18 Andrew Mackay DHC Racing 3rd
19 Joe Hickerton Eden Veranda Racing 3rd
20 David Baker Fit to Ride 3rd
21 Adam Baker Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
22 Chris Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
23 Peter Humphreys Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
24 James Hywel-Davies Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd J
25 George Smith Gillingham and District Wheelers 2nd
26 Tom Wiley Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
27 Anthony Lake Gloucester City CC 3rd
28 Nick Maiolo Gloucester City CC 3rd
29 Joseph Clark I-Team Cyclists’ Club 3rd J
30 Howard Radcliffe I-Team Cyclists’ Club 3rd
31 Nick Sturman London Dynamo 3rd
32 Robert Jones Outdoor Traders Race Team 3rd
33 Scott Leakey Performance Cycles 3rd
34 Jack Thompson Performance Cycles 2nd J
35 Ryan Weston Poole Whls CC 3rd
36 Stephen Smith Python Racing Team 3rd
38 Michael Porter Radeon Cycle Coaching 3rd
40 Christopher Rothwell Ride 24/7 3rd J
41 Alex Hart Sarum Velo 3rd
42 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 3rd
43 William Griffiths Southampton University RC 3rd
44 Nick Ball Team Tor 2000 3rd
45 Oliver George Team Tor 2000 3rd J
46 Jake Hollins University of Bath Cycling Club 3rd
47 Andrew Kirby University of Bristol CC 3rd
48 Charles Ormerod University of Bristol CC 3rd
49 Thom Hayward Velo Club Venta 3rd
50 Giles Prentice Velo Club Walcot 3rd
51 Dave Tilling Veloton Team 3rd
52 Neil Bond VeloVitesse/ALLCAP/Push 3rd
53 Deane Smith Wightlink,LCM Systems Cycle RT 3rd
54 Pete Carter Private 3rd
55 Robert Hurd Private 3rd
56 Steve James High Wycombe CC 3rd
57 Mark Greenwood Army Cycling Union 3rd

1st............ £60 + Crate Of Box Brewery Beer
2nd............ £50 + Box Brewery Beer Gift Pack
3rd ........... £30+ Box Brewery Beer Gift Pack
4th............ £25 + Box Brewery Beer Gift Pack
5th.............£15
6th.............£10
1st Junior......£10 + Morgan Blue Bike Wash Kit
Penultimate Lap Prime .. Crate Of Box Brewery Beer

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

British Cycling Announces Team for Aviva Tour of Britain


Press Release
BRITISH CYCLING ANNOUNCES TEAM FOR AVIVA TOUR OF BRITAIN

British Cycling has announced the team of six young riders who will represent Great Britain at the Aviva Tour of Britain which takes place 6th – 13th September.

The team is comprised of three British Cycling Olympic Senior Academy riders Scott Davies, Gabz Cullaigh and Ollie Wood, along with Tao Geoghegan Hart, Alex Peters and Hugh Carthy.

Team manager Keith Lambert said: “Tao and Hugh showed some great performances at the USA Pro Challenge recently with them finishing first and second respectively in the Best Young Rider Standings. Riding in a team with them plus Alex who, along with Tao, has recently been signed as a stagiare for Team Sky will be a real boost for the Academy riders and a good learning opportunity for them. I’m looking forward to seeing how they get on against the professional riders in the race.”

Great Britain Cycling Team:
Hugh Carthy
Gabz Cullaigh
Scott Davies
Tao Geoghegan Hart
Alex Peters
Ollie Wood

Monday, 31 August 2015

Results R U K "Alf Miller" 2-up Championship


RESULTS R.U.K. `ALF MILLER` 2-UP CHAMPIONSHIP 2015

1 KIM LITTLE MERIDA FACTORY RACING M
1 PAUL HOPKINS MERIDA FACTORY RACING M 27.08
2 JAMES HORTON PRIMERA RACING M
2 BEN KNIGHTLEY PRIMERA RACING M 27.10
3 BEN BOARDMAN NEW FOREST C.C. M
3 SASHA RING NEW FOREST C.C. M 29.14
4 SIMON McGOWAN DIDCOT PHOENIX C.C. C
4 MARTIN STANLEY DIDCOT PHOENIX C.C. A 29.21
5 GLENN LONGLAND ANTELOPE RACING TEAM D
5 GARY ALLAN G.A.CYCLES C 30.24
6 SIMON EVANS DIDCOT PHOENIX C.C. C
6 NICK DRUCE DIDCOT PHOENIX C.C. A 31.30
7 RICHARD BURCH SOTONIA C.C. B
7 JONATHAN LEGG SOTONIA C.C. M 31.32
8 JAMES CHANT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT A
8 CHRISTOPHER MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT M 32.30
9 ROBERT OLIVER FAREHAM WHEELERS G
9 PETER KNIPE FAREHAM WHEELERS E 34.38
10 John SANCHEZ-BISSON CRABWOOD C.C. E
10 SIMON WHEELER CRABWOOD C.C. B 35.52
11 MARTIN BALK 3C CC CYCLEXPERIENCE D
11 BOB JOLLIFFE NEW FOREST C.C. E 44.02
DNF OLLIE EMANNS ANTELOPE RACING TEAM B
DNF STEVE WOOD ANTELOPE RACING TEAM C PUNC



THANKS TO ALL RIDERS AND HELPERS
Glenn Longland

Will the Rains Never Cease? BJW 25 Cancelled!


Rain of near biblical proportions forced the cancellation of the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 25 on August bank holiday Monday. Surface water, spray & poor visibility conspired to see this late summer race abandoned for the second year running. Despite the vagaries of the British weather the Jubilee Wheelers completed their club programme without problem but were left with no option but to call off the “25” on safety grounds as the rain continued to fall in east Dorset.

Sunday, 30 August 2015

New Forest CC Club 10,30/8/15,Results


It’s a Shaw thing as Nick Bucks the trend.

A smaller field of participants took to the P164 Boltons Bench course on Sunday as part of the extended New Forest CC 10 serieswrites Andrew Hanley....... Damp humid roads made conditions more challenging than anticipated as a light Northerly wind just checked the riders speed. Julia Shaw led the way, riding for Drag2Zero recording a time of 23.13. Nick Buck was the fastest NFCC rider and nailed his first victory in Division 1 with a rapid time of 23.49 comfortably edging out 2014 Club Champion Stuart Peckham. Andrew Hanley made up the top three positions in Division 1. It was the first race this season where anyone other than Ben Boardman had secured victory. Nick Wright, making a late season debut came home first in Division 2 with a great ride of 25.13, Stephen Skinner and Mick Anglim made up the top three. Richard Parker was dominant in Division 3 in a time of 27.19 from Mark Jefferies and Peter Osborn.

1 Nick Buck 00:23:49 25.2
2 Stuart Peckham 00:24:13 24.8
3 Andrew Hanley 00:25:32 23.5
4 Richard Mason 00:27:20 22.0
Div2
1 Nick Wright 00:25:13 23.8
2 Stephen Skinner 00:25:48 23.3
3 Mick Anglim 00:26:46 22.4
4 David Eardley 00:27:22 21.9
5 Mike Norris 00:28:54 20.8
Div3
1 Richard Parker 00:27:19 22.0
2 Mark Jefferies 00:28:56 20.7
3 Peter Osborn 00:30:49 19.5
4 Bob Jolliffe 00:30:57 19.4
5 Peter Hawker 00:31:15 19.2
6 Paula Eardley 00:31:17 19.2
7 Catherine Pascoe 00:35:35 16.9

Privates
1 Julia Shaw 00:23:30 25.5 Drag 2 Zero
2 Ian Shern 00:25:16 23.7 3C
3 Alex Dickenson 00:25:34 23.5 Sotonia CC
4 James Meakin 00:25:36 23.4 Unattached
5 Vaughan Marris 00:26:05 23.0 Fareham Whs
6 Thomas Piloni 00:26:27 22.7 Zoom Tri Club
7 Mike Round 00:26:58 22.2 B’moth Jb Whs
8 Vicky Shaw 00:29:39 20.2 Unattached

Southdown Velo 25 inc Wessex VTTA 25 Champs,Results


1 Tom Pritchard HANTS RC 00:53:09
2 Nick O'Hara 3C Cyclexperience 00:53:47
3 Greg Parker Velo Club St Raphael 00:53:47
4 Simon Berogna VC St Raphael 00:54:28
5 Paul Jones Primera Sports 00:54:28
6 Michael Stafford Portsmouth North End CC 00:54:37
7 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee WHS 00:54:49
8 Aran Stanton Velo Club St Raphael 00:54:49
9 James Mapley Blazing Saddles 00:55:09
10 Andy Langdown HRCC 00:55:44
11 Howard Shaw Eastbourne Rovers CC 00:56:02
12 Howard Bayley Blazing Saddles 00:56:16
13 Nick Andrews Portsmouth North End CC 00:57:02
14 Dominic Maxwell Sussex Revolution CC 00:57:03
15 Michael Davey Eastbourne Rovers CC 00:57:32
16 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee WHS 00:57:41
17 Shaun Smart SDV 00:57:44
18 Hamish Walker HRCC 00:57:57
19 Gary Ferrett HRCC 00:58:08
20 Peter Baker Lewes Wanderers CC 00:58:23
21 Richard Miles BRCC 00:59:19
22 James Brickell Fareham Wheelers 00:59:38
23 Ben Houston East Grinstead CC 00:59:47
24 Julian Middlewick HRCC 00:59:47
25 Martin Booker Worthing Excelsior 00:59:59
26 Simon Mitchell Horsham Cycling 01:00:09
27 Alex Rice SDV 01:00:10
28 Jon Fry Horsham Cycling 01:00:13
29 Jerry Bromyard RNRMCC 01:00:19
30 Rob Sherrin รข€¦a3crg 01:00:31
31 Simon Letts BRCC 01:01:05
32 Lesley Walking Velo Club St Raphael 01:01:12
33 Colin Barton Worthing Excelsior 01:01:23
34 Donald Parker Brighton Mitre CC 01:01:35
35 Alan Emmott Fareham WHS 01:01:42
36 Andrew Haste Worthing Excelsior 01:01:47
37 James Ayton Portsmouth North End CC 01:02:07
38 David Patten BRCC 01:02:09
39 Timothy Peters Horsham Cycling 01:02:10
40 Mark Trimmer SDV 01:02:19
41 Den Tapping HRCC 01:02:28
42 Tommy Frampton Portsmouth North End CC 01:02:36
43 Schaeff Potter Worthing Excelsior 01:03:47
44 Paul Winkley East Grinstead CC 01:04:00
45 Phil Frean Worthing Excelsior 01:04:29
46 Deborah Smith BRCC 01:04:36
47 Ade Fadero Sussex Nomads CC 01:04:48
48 Chris Wallis Blazing Saddles 01:04:50
49 Laura Bartlett Newcomers CC 01:05:19
50 Chris McGuire HRCC 01:05:37
51 Nigel Sign Fareham Wheelers 01:05:39
52 David Bridle SDV 01:06:09
53 Keith Webb SDV 01:06:12
54 Dave Abbott GS Stella 01:06:15
55 Matthew Warlow Fareham Wheelers 01:07:11
56 Sarah Wise Mud Sweat and Gears 01:07:21
57 Richard Elliott SDV 01:07:39
58 Ben Hardisty East Grinstead CC 01:09:26
59 Anthony Grabham i-team CC 01:10:37
60 Nicole Patterson-Lett Worthing Excelsior 01:11:05
61 Ollie Wise SDV 01:13:05
62 Yvonne Frampton Portsmouth North End CC 01:13:24
63 Philip Wise SDV 01:13:31
64 Deanna Ferrett HRCC 01:13:35
65 Lise Richards Wyndymilla 01:13:46
66 Andrew Lindsay Pure motion cycles/Gatorade 01:14:43
67 Brian Hall HRCC 01:17:46
68 William Marley SDV 01:23:33

Poole Wheelers Club 10,26/8/15,Results


Sam Wadsley fastest Poole Wheeler in the clubs final evening time trial of 2015
P459/Gallows Hill
1 Ben Keightley Primera-Sports.com 22:10
2 James Horton Primera-Sports.com 22:35
2 Sam Wadsley Poole Wheelers 22:35
4 Les Pick Poole Wheelers 24:02
5 Luke Trussler Poole Wheelers 24:56
5 Martin Rattue Poole Wheelers 24:56
7 Michael Courage Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 25:03
8 Vaughan Marris Fareham Wheelers 25:59
9 Howard Pankhurst Poole Wheelers 26:01
10 Derek Dowden Charlotteville CC 26:13
11 Terry Belbin Poole Wheelers 26:36
14 Einar Thorsen Poole Wheelers 27:02
15 Pete Grounds Poole Wheelers 28:20

Saturday, 29 August 2015

CC Weymouth Club 25,29/8/15, Results


P451/25
1 CLIVE WALKER CCW 55.20
2 CHRIS RANDALL CCW 55.33
3 STEVE PINK CCW 57.34
4 JOE BRUMFIELD CCW 58.11
5 LENNY BROWN CCW 58.46
6 DAVID BUTT CCW 1.00.42
7 PHIL COLE CCW 1.02.36
8 NICK IRELAND CCW 1.02.54
9 GARY CURE BACC 1.03.10
10 DEREK DOWDEN 1.04.07
11 STEVE TRIGWELL CCW 1.06.20
12 ANDREW JACKSON CCW 1.08.45
13 CAITLIN BROWN CCW 1.11.35
14 ANDREW PRESTON CCW 1.11.50

Friday, 28 August 2015

Bournemouth Cycleworks Autumn Road Race, Start List


Bournemouth Cycleworks Autumn Road Race, Saturday 12th September
This is a new course based around a smaller version of the Lulworth Castle Circuit over 8 laps (45 miles/73km) HQ D'Ubervilles Hall, Colliers Lane, Wool, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 6ED
From the HQ in Wool go south on the B3071. The start/finish is on the steepest section just past the turning to the village of Coombe Keynes. Continue to B3070 where left to descend to East Lulworth, where left up a narrow lane towards Combe Keynes - the lane is rolling with ups and downs. After Coombe Keyes turn left back onto the B3071 to climb to the finish line.
Provisional start list, a few places still availlable
David Baker Fit to Ride
Graham Biles ---
Norman Blissett In Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT
Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth
Pete Carter ---
David Clegg Offcamber
Matthew Child Poole Whls CC
Callum Clarke Sigma Sport.co.uk
Tom Clements Offcamber
George Creasey Bournemouth Arrow/Hotel Collingwood
Benjamin Crisp ---
Robert Dickinson Gillingham and District Wheelers
Paul Dring Team Echelon - Rotor
James Dudden Live2Ride Sunwise
Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth
James Fulcher Portsdown Hill CC
Oliver George Team Tor 2000
Thomas Goodyer Portsmouth North End CC
Giles Greening Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
Vincent Harding ---
Alex Hart Sarum Velo
Oliver Hayward University of Birmingham CC
Warren Holton ---
Philip Hopley Radeon Cycle Coaching
James Horton Primera-sports.com
Peter Humphreys Gillingham and District Wheelers
Adam Hunneyball UK-Biking/Copyrite
Chris Hutchings Velo Club Venta
James Hywel-Davies Gillingham and District Wheelers
Kim Little Merida Factory Racing
Ben Lockett Tri UK
Julian Lockwood ---
Andrew Mackay DHC Racing
Simon Merritt UK-Biking/Copyrite
Nicholas O'Hara 3C Cyclexperience
Simon Oddy VC Equipe - Flix
Adam Patchton ---
Peter Phillips Bath Cycling Club
Richard Porter CC Weymouth
Timothy Powell I-Team Cyclists' Club
Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth
Simon Rogers Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
Edward Rowe DHC Racing
Martin Rowland Poole Whls CC
Gordon Scott Chippenham & Dist Whls
Julian Sheppard DHC Racing
James Sibley Ystwyth Cycling Club
Robert Slocombe Offcamber
Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
Leslie Thomas Tri UK
Stephen Tiernan UK-Biking/Copyrite
Mark Valentine Poole Whls CC
Nicholas Voss Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
Samuel Wadsley Poole Whls CC
Ryan Weston Poole Whls CC
Phil Wilks Sotonia CC



Thursday, 27 August 2015

Poole Wheelers Open 25, 6/09/15 Start List


The Harold Cribb Memorial 25 Mile Time Trial inc South DC 25 Mile Championship
Sunday 6th September 2015
Course P413 Upton-Bakers Arms
1 LUKE TRUSSLER POOLE WH 7.01
2 ANDREW JACKSON CC WEYMOUTH 7.02
3 PETER TRUNWITT NEW FOREST CC 7.03
4 MATT BLYTHE BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 7.04
5 PETER WILSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 7.05
6 VINCENT HOUNSOME GILLINGHAM & DIST WH 7.06
7 CHRIS SUMMERS SOTONIA CC 7.07
8 PHIL HARRIS NEW FOREST CC 7.08
9 NICK JONES BJW 7.09
10 JAMES HORTON PRIMERA-SPORT.COM 7.10
11 HUGO BALDACHINO YEOVIL CC 7.11
12 PETER PERRIN BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 7.12
13 CHRIS MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DIST CC 7.13
14 COLIN CROCKER SOTONIA CC 7.14
15 DAVE PICKERING BJW 7.15
16 CHRIS RANDALL CC WEYMOUTH 7.16
17 RUPERT SILMAN BJW 7.17
18 JOHN CLEMIT YEOVIL CC 7.18
19 ROBERT FLYNN POOLE WH 7.19
20 SIMON HEALEY ANDOVER WH 7.20
21 ANDY RIVETT VC ST RAPHAEL 7.21
22 BRYCE RIGLAR CC WEYMOUTH 7.22
23 MARK STERLING I-TEAM CC 7.23
24 PHIL HARVEY BJW 7.24
25 MARK DENNEY POOLE WH 7.25
26 ALAN EMMOT FAREHAM WH 7.26
27 MICHAEL AKERS BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 7.27
28 JONATHAN HYNDMAN SOTONIA CC 7.28
29 CRAIG WESTON POOLE WH 7.29
30 NICK FREWIN BJW 7.30
31 BEN KEIGHTLEY PRIMERA-SPORTS-COM 7.31
32 KEVIN RIDGE BJW 7.32
33 LEE MARSDEN POOLE WH 7.33
34 GORDON SCOTT CHIPPENHAM & DIST 7.34
35 TOM ALLIBAN 1ST CHARD WH 7.35
36 LESLEY WALKLING VC ST RAPHAEL 7.36
37 TERRY BELBIN POOLE WH 7.37
38 MAX WEBBER ANDOVER WH 7.38
39 DOUG CONROY REDMON CC 7.39
40 TERRY ICKE VC ST RAPHAEL 7.40
41 GARY LOCK NEW FOREST CC 7.41
42 MARTIN BEALE VC ST RAPHAEL 7.42
43 SIMON HALL ANDOVER WH 7.43
44 THOMAS PILONI ZOOM TRI 7.44
45 JOHN SAMWAYS BJW 7.45
46 BARRIE WATKINSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 7.46
47 STUART PECKHAM NEW FOREST CC 7.47
48 WILL CLARK POOLE WH 7.48
49 JONATHAN WHITEAR OXFORD CITY RC 7.49
50 SIMON BEROGNA VC ST RAPHAEL 7.50
51 SAM WADSLEY POOLE WH 7.51
52 PATRICK DUNN CC WEYMOUTH 7.52
53 GARY TUSKIN POOLE WHEELERS 7.53
54 SARAH WISE MSG 7.54
55 LES PICK POOLE WH 7.55
56 STEVEN PINK CC WEYMOUTH 7.56
57 MARK USHER BIKE CITY T3 7.57
58 JAMES COPELAND FAREHAM WH 7.58
59 STUART GRACE G A CYCLES 7.59
60 GREGG PARKER VC ST RAPHAEL 8.00

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

British Cycling Announces Long List for Worlds


Press Release
BRITISH CYCLING ANNOUNCES LONG LIST
FOR THE UCI ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

British Cycling has today announced the long list of riders from which the final Great Britain Cycling Team for the forthcoming UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia, will be confirmed.

Two-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome is long-listed for both the road race and time trial events whilst 2011 world champion Mark Cavendish has been long-listed for the road race. Lizzie Armitstead, who won the World Cup series in 2014, is long-listed for the elite women’s road race.

Great Britain Cycling Team’s Iain Dyer said: “We’ve got a very strong long list of riders from which we will select the final team, and there are some really exciting prospects in the mix including a few riders who sit outside the British Cycling programme structure. We will be announcing the final team for the UCI Road World Championships in due course.”

Elite Men (road race nine places, time trial two places)
Adam Blythe
Mark Cavendish
Steve Cummings
Alex Dowsett
Andy Fenn
Chris Froome
Luke Rowe
Geraint Thomas
Scott Thwaites
Ian Stannard
Ben Swift
Adam Yates
Simon Yates

Alice Barnes

Elite Women (road race six places, time trial two places)
Lizzie Armitstead
Alice Barnes
Hannah Barnes
Lucy Coldwell
Lucy Garner
Hayley Simmonds
Jessie Walker
Molly Weaver

U23 Men (road race five places, time trial two places)
Hugh Carthy
Gabriel Cullaigh
Scott Davies
Owain Doull
Tao Geoghegan Hart
Matt Gibson
Chris Latham
Chris Lawless
Alex Peters
James Shaw

Junior Men (road race three places, time trial two places)
Nathan Draper
Alex Braybrooke
Joey Walker
Joe Holt
Joseph Fry
Matthew Bostock

Junior Women (road race four places, time trial two places)
Henrietta Colborne
Eleanor Dickinson
Grace Garner
Elizabeth Holden
Abby-Mae Parkinson


Monday, 24 August 2015

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 25,Start List


Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 25 Mile Time Trial, Monday August 31st 2015,Start List
P413/25
1 Phil Harvey Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07: 01
2 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 07: 02
3 Rupert Silman Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07: 03
4 Terry Belbin Poole Whs 07: 04
5 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07: 05
6 Samuel Wadsley Poole Whs 07: 06
7 Hugo Baldacchino YeovilCC 07: 07
8 Sarah Wise Mud, Sweat n’ Gears F 07:08
9 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC F 07:09
10 Dave Pickering Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:10
11 Mark Hardwicke Bournemouth Arrow CC 07:11
12 William Solomon Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:12
13 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth 07:13
14 Elaine Pearson Mud, Sweat n’ Gears F 07:14
15 Terry Icke VC St Raphael 07:15
16 Chris Randall CC Weymouth 07:16
17 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC 07:17
18 Michael Round Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:18
19 Fred Newton Wessex RC 07:19
20 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:20
21 Rob Sherrin A3crg 07:21
22 Martin Beale VC Raphael,Waite Contractors,Hewitt Cycles 07:22
23 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:23
24 Stuart Grace GA Cycles 07:24
25 Tom Cox Northover VT/Rudy Project 07:25
26 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 07:26
27 Mark Sterling i-team CC 07:27
28 Stephen Skinner New Forest CC 07:28
29 Andrew Jackson CC Weymouth 07:29
30 Greg Parker VC St Raphael 07:30
31 Jerry Bromyard RNRMCA 07:31
32 Ryan Sheppard Tri 20 07:32
33 Mark Usher Bike City T3 07:33
34 Peter Trunwitt New Forest CC 07:34
35 William Grainger Andover Whs 07:35
36 Gawain Young Sotonia CC 07:36
37 Wayne Pitman Fit To Ride 07:37



Sunday, 23 August 2015

Henstridge Road Race,Rain Stops Play!


NEW DATE OCTOBER 11TH DETAILS HERE
Heavy rain caused the cancellation of the Henstridge Road Race on Sunday (23rd). An overnight deluge left large parts of the 6 mile circuit on the Somerset/Dorset border under standing water and with the rain still coming down the organisers reluctantly abandoned the race on safety grounds.
It was disappointing for the promoting club, Gillingham & District Wheelers who were hoping to build on the success of their summer circuit racing at Henstridge Airfield. The north Dorset club have made great progress in the last 18 months, setting up a youth academy, a racing team and promoting training and racing at the airfield, as a result membership has jumped from 70 to over 200.
The Henstridge race may be re-scheduled but in the meantime Gillingham & District Wheelers are already planning six circuit races and two road events based around the airfield for 2016. Weather and marshalling issues have resulted in the loss of several races in the south this summer including the Fareham Wheelers RR & the Bournemouth Cycleworks Purbeck race amongst others.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Bournemouth Arrow "Chris Braiden" 2-Up 10, Report,Results


Simon Healey & Max Webber (Andover Wheelers) won the Bournemouth Arrow “Chris Braiden” Two-Up 10, their 20:59, the only sub 21 minute ride on a sultry afternoon on the Hampshire-Dorset border. A hot headwind on the P311 made the trip down to the Woolpack Inn turn at Sopley a bit “sticky, with teams visibly quicker on the wind assisted dash home.
Composite pairing Kim Little & James Horton are more at home off-road but the mountain bikers showed they are pretty handy against the clock finishing just 7 seconds behind Healey & Webber.
Mark Valentine & Simon Mclaughlin were a further 4 seconds back in third place. Charlotte Easton & Sam Humpreson won the Tandem event clocking 23.15.
Chris Braiden lost his battle with cancer a year ago, his son Gary rode the event with Pete Wilson clocking 23.26, then spoke at the prize presentation acknowledging the Bournemouth Arrows support for his late father saying:
“Chris would have been absolutely delighted with having a race held in his memory and this is exactly the type of event he would have relished, he genuinely felt at home in the Bournemouth Arrow, so a big thank you to the club for the support shown to my father during his illness, something you should all be proud of”

The families' cancer charity will benefit from the £140.00 event proceeds.

Full Results
1 Ms Charlotte Easton Sam Humpreson Look Mum No Hands! 23.15
2 Jamie Haycock Robert Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC 26.10
3 Norman Harvey Ms Mary Corbett Sotonia CC 27.24
Composite Teams

1 James Horton Primera-sports.com Kim Little Gillingham Wheelers 21.07
2 Mark Valentine Poole Whs SimonMcLaughlin Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 21.11
3 Gary Sparkes RAFCA Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 23.26
4 Mrs Claire Newman Crabwood CC Ray Hughes Clarence Wheelers 24.01
5 Antony Green GA Cycles Ms Catherine Pascoe New Forest CC 29.00

1 Max Webber Simon Healy Andover Wheelers 20.59
2 Barrie Watkinson Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC 21.38
3 Dave Pickering John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Whrs 21.50
4 Stuart Peckham Sacha Ring New Forest CC 22.17 4th
5 James Hewitt Adam Bidwell Kingston Wheelers CC 22.46 5th
6 Patrick Dunn Chris Randall CC Weymouth 22.48 37 secs late start
7 Craig Weston Lee Marsden Poole Wheelers 23.00
8 Darryl Barr Rob Sherrin a3crg 23.13
9 Howard Pankhurst Conal Low - Grier Poole Wheelers 24.44
10 James Chant Mrs Sarah Wheeler Gillingham Wheelers 25.10
11 Miss Molly Haycock Scott Warren Bournemouth Arrow CC 25.11
12 Mrs Michelle Walter Richard Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 25.32
13 Ms Lizzy Yates Graeme Lawes Andover Wheelers 25.33
14 Anthony Sawyer Gareth Llewelyn Poole Wheelers 25.47
15 Ben Wright Ben Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 26.37
16 Robert Jolliffe Peter Weaver New Forest CC 26.46
17 Christopher Tonge Miss A Jennings Andover Wheelers 26.53
18 Mrs Anne Stevens Will Stevens Bournemouth Arrow CC 33.19
19 Peter Perrin Joseph Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC 34.59

Friday, 21 August 2015

Bournemouth Arrow Club 10,20/8/15


P311 Ringwood
Rising star Tom Temple was the fastest Bournemouth Arrow rider in the final club TT of the season. Mountain biker Kim Little clocked 22.43 on a wet, breezy night.
1 Kim Little Gillingham Wheelers 00:22:43 26.412
2 Mark Valentine Poole Wheelers 00:23:15 25.806
3= Andy Rivett VC St Raphael 00:23:21 25.696
3= Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:23:21 25.696
5 Tom Temple Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:01 24.983
6 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:24:04 24.931
7 Mike Bonnfield New Forest CC 00:24:41 24.308
8= Alastair Asher My Pro Coach 00:24:51 24.145
8= Keith Mahon Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:51 24.145
10 Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:53 24.113
11 Stuart Grace GA Cycles 00:25:36 23.438
12 Carl Atkinson 00:25:51 23.211
13 Tony Strickland Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:55 23.151
14 Pete Trunwitt New Forest CC 00:25:58 23.107
15 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:07 22.974
16 Malcolm Field Maidenhead CC 00:26:08 22.959
17 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:30 22.642
18 Howard Doe New Forest CC 00:26:32 22.613
19 Andrew Khan Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:33 22.599
20 Adrian Watkins Tornado RCC 00:26:37 22.542
21 Mike Round Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:49 22.374
22 Susan Stroud Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:28:37 20.967
23 Richard Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:28:39 20.942
24 Sarah Barrett Zoom 00:28:53 20.773
Two-Up
Barrie Watkinson/Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:22:14 26.987
Stuart Peckham/Sacha Ring New Forest CC 00:22:36 26.549
Ben Knight and Ben Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:27:21 21.938

Thanks to Michelle Walter for the results each week.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Veterans Time Trial Assoc,Wessex Notes


WESSEX NOTES
Norman Harvey

These last few months have seen a host - I was going to say swarm but thought I might cause offence - of excellent performances by Wessex Vets. This is emphasized by the fact that as a result there are no less than 2 claims for National age records and 18 Wessex age records pending.

Pride of place must go to Adam Topham for his stunning 314.3 miles to win the ECCA event
on his 47th birthday, 16th August. I doubt that he will have had the breath to blow out the candles on getting home! Readers of my Notes in the March 2015 Veteran may recall Adam’s painful experiences in riding 12s and his resolve on finishing never to ride another but nonetheless a determination to top 300 miles. Well now the superman’s staggering determination has borne fruit and one’s mind boggles at what went into it.

Prior to this towering performance Adam had recorded near records at 25miles (49:33), 50 miles (1:39:30) and 100 miles (3:33:05).

Our other National record breaker is 82 year old Norman Harvey (Sotonia cc), setting a time of 43:39 for bicycle 15 miles in the Newbury Open on 25 July. He has also added the Group age 82 10 mile record to his collection with 27:27. Norman’s efforts are especially praiseworthy because he spends a good deal of time working behind the scenes as the Group membership secretary (and hosting Group committee meetings at his home).

I had in mind listing the Group age record breakers in alphabetical order but must give pride of place to 69 year old Alan Emmott’s 100 miles in 4:17:28, over 11 minutes inside our current record. Although not records Alan’s rides this year at 25 (58:23) and 10 (23:04) are also well worthy of mention.

Now to 71 year old Terry Icke with 4 Group records so far this time round, 2:01:56 followed by 2:00:14 at 50 miles, 55:28 at 25 miles and 21:32 and 21:19 at10 miles.

Then our relatively new-comer Sarah Matthews at age 55 with Group ladies’ records at 10 miles (23:16), 25 miles (1:00:00) - where did she lose that second - 30miles (1:18:03) and 50
Miles (2:12:33).

Bringing up the rear is our perennial ladies’ age record breaker, now at age 49, Lesley Walkling. This year she has achieved records at 10 miles (22:40 followed by 22:30), 25 miles (58:17 followed by 56:39) and 50 miles (1:57:15).

Great rides by them all!

The Group was honoured to hold the National 50 Championship on 9th August and trust that when the riders looked up they appreciated the delightful rural scenery through which the soulless dual- carriageway course had been carved. Brian Sunter’s super winning time took one’s breath away, clearly demanding total concentration and not even a glance at the rural scene. A number of Wessex riders shone on the day, especially Lesley Walkling whose 1:57:15, (+33:28), gave her the womens’ Championship award. One of the Group’s newest new members, Steve Williamson showed that he will be a force to be reckoned with taking, 12th place with 1:45:25 (+32.01).

Now to our Group Championships, of which even at this advanced stage of the season only that at 50 miles has been run. This is because the 10 programmed for 25th July had to be cancelled because of heavy rain on the exposed course. Through the good offices of the New Forest CC the Championship will now be accommodated in their Open event on the afternoon of Sat 12th September on course P303. The 25 Championship is programmed for Sunday 30th August in the Southdown Velo event.


The Championship 50 winner was Jerry Bromyard 1:55:40 (plus 29:25), wit Nick Andrews 1:51:06 (plus 28:28) and Cliff Rowe (1:54:52) joining him on the podium. The full result can be seen on the Group web site.

Overall the range of fine performances by Wessex members to-date this year promises clse competition when our new Recorder Claire Newman comes to work out the placings in the various competitions. I list below the best performances so far by the likely contenders.
They are in no particular order.

Andy Langdown - age 46: 10 20:00, 25 53:49, 50 1:52:56, 100 4:03:55.
Phil Watts - age 44: 10 21:01, 25 53:35, 50 1:51:27.
Barry Quick - age 70: 10 22:35, 25 1.00.55.
Hamish Walker - age 43: 10 21:08, 25 58:18, 50 1:54:14.
Dave Pitt - age 65: 10 22:01, 25 58:19, 50 1:54:37.

Now I admit to showing a modicum of bias towards my club mates in the Bournemouth Jubilee by separately highlighting their prowess. Strangely in my many years as Group Recorder I recall only rarely dealing with any significant performances by BJW Wessex Group member veterans: the outstanding exception being when friend Eamonn Deane set our 24 hour record at 501 miles in 2007. Now, like waiting for a number 11 bus, 4 have come together. Here they are, in alphabetical order this time.

Dave Pickering - age 47: 10 20:19, 25 53:40, 50 1:50:27, 100 3:55:20.
Kevin Ridge - age 52: 10 23:10, 25 1:00:53, 50 2:01:14, 100 4:45:13.
Cliff Rowe - age 56: 10 21:27, 25 53:28, 50 1:54:52.
John Samways - age 41: 10 20:18, 25 53:03, 50 1:48:49, 100 3:59;09.

Finally I give formal notice that the VTTA Wessex Group AGM will be held at The Valley Park Community Centre, Chandlersford, Hants on Sunday November 15th
Commencing at 10.30 am.

Peter Warhurst

Riders age 40 or over are welcome to join Wessex VTTA; initially by phoning membership
secretary Norman Harvey on 02380 863048. The membership fee is £12 per annum.