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Monday, 6 July 2015

Bournemouth Track League 7/7/15, Race Programme


BOURNEMOUTH TRACK CYCLING LEAGUE 2015

Date: 7th July 2015

Time Event Group Race
7.00pm 1 Youth/Women 6 Lap Scratch Race
7.05pm 2 Group B 8 Lap Scratch Race
7.10pm 3 Group A 8 Lap Scratch Race
7.15pm 4 Youth/Women 16 Lap Points Race
7.25pm 5 Group B Elimination Race
7.30pm 6 Group A 16 Lap Points Race
7.40pm 7 Youth/Women 12 Lap Block Handicap Race
7.45pm 8 Group B 12 Lap Block Handicap Race
7.50pm 9 Group A Elimination Race
8.05pm 10 Youth/Women 12 Lap Scratch Race
8.10pm 11 Group A/B 24 Lap Points Race
8.25pm 12 Youth/Women 2 Lap Handicap Sprint
8.30pm 13 Group A/B/W 10 Km Scratch Race

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Pickering Best Local Rider at Nat 100


Dave Pickering best of the local riders at the National 100 mile TT champs in Wales with a personal best 3:55;20. Gregg Parker clocks 3:58:17 but Les Pick & Steve Pink fail to finish. Charles Taylor pipped favourite Adam Topham to the title by just 15 secs. Newly crowned British Time Trial Champion Hayley Simmonds wins the Womens title
Result – RTTC 100 mile Championship
Men
1. Charles Taylor, South Pennine RC 3:32.50
2. Adam Topham, Wycombe CC 3:33.05
3. Paul Gamlin, Northover Veterans Team 3:38.41
4. Andy Jackson, Team Swift 3:38.53
4. Simon Wilson, Team Polypipe 3:38.53
6. James Perkins, Team Zenith GC Cycling 3:39.41
7. Tejvan Pettinger, Sri Chinmoy 3:39.50
8. Daniel Bloy, Team Velo Velocity 3:41.25
9. Billy Oliver, Nopinz 3:41.39
10. Johnathan Parker, PMR at Toachim House 3:41.56
Team: Team Swift (Andy Jackson, Simon Beldon, Joel Wainman)
Women
1. Hayley Simmonds, Team Velosport 3:55.06
2. Bronwen Ewing, Team Trainsharp 4:04.49
3. Jasmijn Muller, Paceline RT 4:06.48
4. Cynthia Kunschke, High Wycombe CC 4:10.04
5. Crystal Spearman, Nopinz 4:11.47
6. Vicky Gill, Drag2zero.com 4:11.54
7. Katja Rietdorf, Team Milton Keynes 4:20.13
8. Karen Ledger, Langsett Cycles RT 4:22.54
9. Rachel Mellor, Holmfirth CC 4:24.38
10. Helen Eborall, Born to Bike – Bridgtown Cycles 4:25.34
Team: Team Trainsharp (Bronwen Ewing, Karina Bowie and Tina Reid)

30, DAVE PICKERING (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 3:55:20
34, GREGG PARKER (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS) 3:58:17

LES PICK (POOLE WH) DNF
STEVE PINK (CC WEYMOUTH) DNF

Top Marks at Sotonia Summer Road Race. A win for Benjamin Marks


Ben Marks (Cycleworks.co.uk) won the Sotonia CC Summer Road Race at Owslebury in Hampshire. Marks proved too strong for James Boyman (Farnham RC) who could not respond when Marks sprinted at the end of the 60 mile race.
Boyman had been part of a four man break that had escaped on the first of 7.5 laps of the tough circuit. Andrew Pickett(Eden Veranda), Paul Double (VC Venta) & Scott Michaels (Southampton Uni CC) made up the quartet that had attacked through the finish line, one lap later they had built a lead of 40 seconds. Marks & Phillip Peters (Danny Shane-Storck Racing) bridged across at the midway point, lifting the pace and dropping Michaels.
A chasing group of seven formed, including Liam Walsh, Dave Billings (VC ST Raphael), George Smith (Gillingham & Dist Wh), Matthew Downie (D H Racing), Daniel Bone (i-team),Kris Jasper(UNATT) & George Stainton-Ellis (ASL Projects Racing), leaving the disorganised bunch over three minutes down as the race entered the last lap.
Time triallist Boyman knew Marks was the strongest and tried his luck on that final lap, he managed to dislodge Peters, Pickett & Double but could not shake off the Cycleworks rider and was resigned to his fate as Marks powered away with the chequered flag in sight.

1 BEN MARKS (CYCLEWORKS.CO.UK)
2,JAMES BOYMAN (FARNHAM RC)
3, PHILLIP PETERS (DANNY SHANE-STORCK RACING)
4, ANDY PICKETT (EDEN VERANDA)
5, PAUL DOUBLE (VC VENTA)
6, LIAM WALSH (VC ST RAPHAEL)
7, MATTHEW DOWNIE (DH RACIBG)
8, KRIS JASPER (UNATT)?
9 DAVE BILLINGS (VC ST RAPHAEL
10, GEORGE STAINTON-ELLIS (ASL PROJECTS RACING TEAM)
11, DANIEL BONE (I-TEAM CC)
12, GEORGE SMITH (GILLINGHAM & DIST WH)
13, WILLIAM GRIFFITHS (VELOTON TEAM)
14, SCOT MICHAELS (SOUTHAMPTON UNI CC)
15, ANDREW GOUGH (VELO CLUB VENTA)


LAP 4 PRIME
PAUL DOUBLE £30
SCOTT MICHAELS £20
PHILLIP PETERS £10
Rider Reaction
Benjamin Marks
“ We sat on, had a bit of a break, then pulled the gap out again, I knew James (Boyman) was strong , he has won here before, so I just followed everything he did, he was pulling hard through the corners dropping everyone and we had a gap, I just went for it at the finish and James sat up, I have had a lot of second places this year so it’s nice to win. I am riding home to Petersfield now so that’s 100 miles for today”

James Boyman “I cant sprint, I am a tester! As soon as we got to a k to go I tried to make it hard for Ben but it was not going to happen”

Phillip Peters “ It was hard work to get across to the break, it was a tough chase, James & Ben were strong”

Saturday, 4 July 2015

Portsmouth North End CC Club 12, 2/7/15 Results


P829/12/Hundred Acres-Southwick
1 Nick Andrews PNE 27:47
2 Dave Dawkins PNE 28:02
3 Rob Panter PNE 29:11
4 Tom Morris PNE 29:20
5 Chris Ewing FWCC 29:42
6 Alan Emmott FWCC 29:58
7 Tom Goodyer PNE 30:06
8 Mal Rose FWCC30:13
9 Rhys Lippiat PNE 30:14
10 Tommy Frampton PNE 30:15
11 Phil Chinn FWCC 30:25
12 Alan Cockram PNE 31:18
13 Joshua White FWCC 31:23
14 Rob Allen PNE 31:50
15 Vaughan Marris FWCC 32:08
16 Chris Kimpton FWCC 32:13
17 Greg Rolfe PNE 33:54
18 Nikki Wheeler IT 33:55
19 Yvonne Frampton PNE 34:23
20 Caitlin Peters FWCC 34:49
21 Nancie Dawkins PNE 35:39
22 Sam Moore PNE 36:09
23 Tony Wilcock FWCC 36:56
Thanks to Rob Panter

Friday, 3 July 2015

CC Weymouth Charity 10 in aid of Dorset Air Ambulance



CC Weymouth Charity Open 10 mile TT
in aid of the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance
(P415) Sunday 19 July 2015

The perfect PB opportunity on the 'Ski-slope' P415 in Poole on what's bound to be a scorching summer's morning. The HQ is the Rossmore Leisure centre who are also offering a free swim to all riders, partners and children so please do bring along the family.
The Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance is solely funded from charitable donations and receives NO government funding. This amazing service saves countless lives every year and would likely be our saviour if we suffered an incident whilst out on our favourite training or racing routes. You can see why Poole Wheelers have made them their charity of the year but they need our regular support if they are to continue to provide this 'essential' service.
Entries close this Tuesday (7 July) so don't delay!
Internet entry HERE

Postal entry form to:
Steven Pink
C/O CC Weymouth
Flat 6
19 Weymouth Avenue
Dorchester
Dorset
DT1 1QR
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GRAB YOURSELF A PB AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL AIR AMBULANCE!
If anyone wishes to support the event by volunteering they would be more than welcome.

Any queries please email me at stevenpink@ymail.com

Sotonia CC "Paragon 25", Start List


Saturday July 11th 2015
P128/25: COURSE DESCRIPTION
Copythorne – Cadnam – Netley Marsh – Brooke’s Hill – Romsey Road, A31

1 Chris Summers Sotonia CC V63 01:08:54 08:01
2 Jamie Franklin Velo Club Venta S32 00:57:28 08:02
3 Phillip Chinn Fareham Wheelers CC V51 00:58:36 08:03
4 Martin Ward Sotonia CC V64 01:02:54 08:04
5 Jerry Bromyard Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA V61 00:55:16 08:05
6 Martin Balk 3C Cyclexperience V55 01:06:18 08:06
7 Peter Trunwitt New Forest CC V50 01:07:06 08:07
8 Martin Whitty ...a3crg V47 01:08:53 08:08
9 Mark Jefferies New Forest CC V42 01:10:12 08:09
10 Julia Shaw www.drag2zero.com WV49 00:52:12 08:10
11 James Peckham Sotonia CC S27 01:02:13 08:11
12 Andrew Hanley New Forest CC V48 01:03:18 08:12
13 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC S33 01:04:10 08:13
14 Sarah Wise Mud Sweat and Gears SW35 01:04:32 08:14
15 Dave Pickering Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 00:53:50 08:15
16 Martin Beale Velo Club St. Raphael V41 00:55:02 08:16
17 Ray Hughes Clarence Wheelers CC V57 00:56:00 08:17
18 Brian Smith North Hampshire RC V51 01:01:52 08:18
19 Claire Newman Crabwood CC WV55 01:05:41 08:19
20 Stuart Martingale Sotonia CC V47 00:53:05 08:20
21 Stephen Wood Antelope Racing Team V52 00:56:59 08:21
22 Stewart Harrison Andover Wheelers CC V48 00:59:23 08:22
23 Mark Sterling i-team Cyclists Club V49 00:59:59 08:23
24 Jonathan Hyndman Sotonia CC V44 01:02:07 08:24
25 Rob Sherrin ...a3crg V47 00:55:20 08:25
26 Nick O'hara New Forest CC V48 00:55:56 08:26
27 John Sibley Velo Refined Aerosmiths V46 00:56:14 08:27
28 Gawain Young Sotonia CC V42 00:56:24 08:28
29 Barrie Watkinson Bournemouth Arrow CC V48 00:56:42 08:29
30 Terry Icke Velo Club St Raphael V71 00:52:04 08:30
31 Dave Dent Wightlink/Offshore RT V52 00:52:32 08:31
32 Simon Healey Andover Wheelers CC V42 00:52:49 08:32
33 Gary Allan G A Cycles V51 00:53:28 08:33
34 Dan Edwards Sotonia CC S 00:57:39 08:34
35 Stephen Whitewick Velo Refined Aerosmiths V54 00:49:51 08:35
36 Andy Langdown Hampshire RC V46 00:50:06 08:36
37 Greg Parker Velo Club St Raphael V51 00:50:35 08:37
38 Simon Berogna Velo Club St. Raphael V41 00:51:51 08:35
39 Matt Burden Severn RC S38 00:49:35 08:38


Bournemouth Arrow Club 10,2/7/15 Results


P311 Ringwood
1 10 Antony Green GA Cycles 00:22:43 26.412
2 23 Craig Harris Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:23:02 26.049
3 29 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:23:26 25.605
4 19 Pete Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:32 25.496
5 7 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:38 25.388
6 26 Martin Beale VC St Rapheal 00:23:52 25.140
7 22 Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:20 24.658
8 4 Mark Ballard Zoom Tri 00:24:26 24.557
9 31 Alastair Asher My Pro Coach 00:24:30 24.490
10 15 Martin Rattue Poole Wheelers 00:24:34 24.423
11 11 Jonathan Carr Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:44 24.259
12 6 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:52 24.129
13 20 Mark Pashley 00:24:55 24.080
14 8 Mike Courage Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:24:56 24.064
15 17 Tom Temple Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:56 24.064
16 18 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:03 23.952
17 9 John Marriner Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:25:09 23.857
18 1 Brian Garrard Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:40 23.377
19 5 Kevin May Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:41 23.361
20 13 Anja Heijnen Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:25:52 23.196
21 2 James Wakefield Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:57 23.121
22 25 Adrian Watkins Tornado RCC 00:26:02 23.047
23 12 Annie Frederick 00:26:08 22.959
24 3 Howard Doe New Forest CC 00:26:29 22.656
25 16 Danny French Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:33 22.599
26 21 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:27:15 22.018
27 14 Keith Rumball Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:27:20 21.951
28 24 Richard Page Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:28:18 21.201
29 27 Sarah Barrett Zoom 00:28:27 21.090
30 28 Susan Stroud Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:28:45 20.870
31 30 Chris Green Ordnance Survey CC 00:30:07 19.923

Thursday, 2 July 2015

Moreton Race Series #8, Wins for Weston & Haycock


Ryan Weston (Poole Wheelers) deservedly won the latest round of the Moreton race series, taking advantage of the Primera lead out, in a chaotic finish.
Jay Eastwood, Calum Croft & Josh Hooper were trying to set up the win for James Horton when two slow moving cars got caught up in the dash for the line. Weston managed to sneak up the inside but Horton sat up after failing to find a way through.
Weston had planned a month racing in Belgium but was let down with accommodation,the resulting three weeks riding in the French & Italian mountains has obviously done him some good.
James Horton leads the Dorset Cycle racing league and once lone leader Charmaine Walby (CC Weymouth) had been pulled back Eastwood, Croft & Hooper hit the front looking to extend his lead in the season long competition. Weston, wise to what was happening, was on Horton’s wheel in a flash but in the end it was all a bit messy.
Earlier Molly Haycock (Bournemouth Arrow) had won the Women’s race repeating her success of last week. A faster race gave little opportunity for attacks with the 17 strong bunch staying together for the 40 minute race.
Haycock confidently won the sprint, using her track speed to distance Lora White (North Dorset Tri) & Vicky Rutter (Bournemouth Arrow). Charmaine Walby (CC Weymouth) finished 8th before jumping into the open race and nearly causing an upset. Next week (10th) sees the final women only race with 4 rounds remaing in the Open series

1, RYAN WESTON (POOLE WHEELERS)
2, JASON GAULT (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH)
3, JAMES HORTON (PRIMERA-SPORT.COM)
4, JAY EASTWOOD (PRIMERA-SPORT.COM)
5, JOHN SAMWAYS (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH)
6, ALEX HART (SARUM VELO)
7, STEVE DRING (UK-BIKING)
8, SIMON MERRITT (UK BIKING)
9, STEVE TIERNAN (UK BIKING)
10, SAM WADSLEY (POOLE WHEELERS)

WOMEN
1, MOLLY HAYCOCK (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
2, LORA WHITE (NORTH DORSET TRI)
3, VICKY RUTTER (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
4, CHARMAINE WALBY (CC WEYMOUTH)
5, NICKY SAMWAYS (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH)
6, ROSIE MONIQUE (WESTBURY WHEELERS)
7, LYN BROOM (GILLINGHAM & DIST WH)
8, EMMA NEEDHAM (NORTH DORSET TRI)
9, LEAH NEWING (GILLINGHAM & DIST WH)
10,DEBBIE COOPER (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)

Watch Video of tonights race HERE
Thanks to Mike Smith

Poole Wheelers Club 10,01/7/15,Results


P431/10 Wareham
1, PAUL JONES PRI 21.57
2, SAM WADSLEY PW 23.15
3, JOHN ROWLEY PW 23.27
4, ALISTAIR GAIN PW 24.10
5, SAM DAVIS PW 24.37
6, GARY TUSKIN PW 24.43
7, MARTIN RATTUE PW 24.54
8, LUKE TRUSSLER PW 25.12
9,DENZIL HUNT PW 26.29
10, TERRY BELBIN PW 26.35
11, PHIL HARVEY BJW 26.37
12,MICHAEL HARRIS PW 26.43
13,GARETH LLEWELLYN PW 27.02
14,FRED NEWTON WRC 28.20
15,ALAN SPARKES PW 28.25
16,RICHARD BARTON PW 28.29
17, LES JESSOP PW 29.48

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Jolliffe on Track in Germany


Alex Jolliffe (Team Terminator) represented Great Britain at the recent UCI Grand Prix Germany along with Petersfield's Joe Truman. Riding for the GB Junior Sprint team 17 year old Jolliffe came through the repacharge, won his semi-final and eventually finished 4th in the Kierin final. In the sprint Jolliffe qualified 8th in the flying 200 and then came through the rounds only to lose 2-1 in the semi-final, again finishing 4th. The Grand Prix Event followed a two day training camp at the Cottbus track for the GB Juniors and proved a great learning experience for Weymouth-based Jolliffe. Penned next to Robert Forstemann and with the New Zealand team warming up behind there was no shortage of inspiration either.
Result
Keirin Age
1 Michal LEWANDOWSKI POL 18
2 Sam Ligtlee NED 18
3 Mateusz MILEK POL 17
4 Alex JOLLIFFE GBR 17
5 Ivan TURKOV RUS 18
6 Joe Truman GBR 18
7 Moritz MEIßNER GER 18
8 Jirí JANOŠEK CZE 18
9 Nik SCHRÖTER GER 17
10 Martin CECHMAN CZE 17
Sprint
1 Moritz MEIßNER GER 18
2 Sam Ligtlee NED 18
3 Jack Carlin GBR 18
4 Alex JOLLIFFE GBR 17
5 Joe Truman GBR 18
6 Josef JUNEK CZE 17
7 Martin CECHMAN CZE 17
8 Michal LEWANDOWSKI POL 18
9 Jirí JANOŠEK CZE 18
10 Ayrton DE PAUW BEL 17

Sotonia CC Summer Road Race,Start List


Sotonia Summer Road Race 2015 Sunday 5th July 2015 10:00 am

Owslebury Parish Hall,
Owlesbury, Winchester,
SO21 1JQ
(HQ opens at 8.00am)


Distance:
96km / 60miles

Rider categories:
2/3/4

Organiser:
Jez Hart
14 Phillips Close
Rownhams
Southampton
SO16 8LT
Contact:
Tel: 07754 065928
Email: info@sotonia.co.uk
Web: www.sotonia.co.uk

Governing body:
Held under British Cycling Technical Regulations


Start list:
1 Tim Cooke Sotonia CC 4th
2 Timothy Dawkins Sotonia CC 3rd
3 Mark Edwards Sotonia CC 4th
4 Jonathan Hall Sotonia CC 4th
5 James Peckham Sotonia CC 3rd
6 Paul Ransom Sotonia CC 4th Junior
7 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 4th
8 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC 3rd
9 Jonathan Wren Sotonia CC 4th
10 Nicholas O’Hara 3C Cyclexperience 3rd
11 Alex Harding Andover Whls 3rd
12 Stephen Lewis ASFRA Racing Team 3rd
13 George Stainton-Ellis ASL Projects Racing Team 2nd
14 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 2nd
15 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
16 Robert Baird Blazing Saddles Cycles 3rd
17 Rob Yeatman Cotswold Cycles RT 2nd
18 Trevor Smith Cotswold Veldrijden 2nd
19 Kieran Blay Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
20 Calum Gillespie Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
21 Philip Peters Danny Shane - Storck Racing 2nd
22 Robert Ward Danny Shane - Storck Racing 2nd
23 Matthew Downie DHC Racing 3rd Junior
24 Andrew Mackay DHC Racing 3rd
25 Steven Whitcher DHC Racing 3rd
26 Patrick Brown Eden Veranda Racing 2nd
27 Lewis Martin Eden Veranda Racing 3rd Junior
28 Andrew Pickett Eden Veranda Racing 2nd
29 Edward Rollitt Eden Veranda Racing 3rd Junior
30 Andrew Reeves Team Wiggle 3rd
31 Douglas Tandy Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3rd Junior
32 James Boyman Farnham RC 2nd
33 Thomas Leach Felt Racing 2nd
34 James Hywel-Davies Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd Junior
35 George Smith Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
36 Daniel Bone I-Team Cyclists’ Club 3rd
37 Tim O’Rourke Imperial Racing Team 3rd
38 Ian Taylor Leicester Forest CC 2nd
39 Joseph Henstridge NFTO Race Club 2nd
40 Andrew Self North Hampshire RC 3rd
41 Martin Rowland Poole Whls CC 3rd
42 Ryan Weston Poole Whls CC 3rd
43 James Cooper Rock N Road Cycles 3rd
44 Brook Elgie Rock N Road Cycles 2nd
45 William Griffiths Veloton Team 3rd
46 Thomas Key Southampton University RC 2nd
47 Scott Michaels Southampton University RC 2nd
48 Jamie Ford Southdown Velo 3rd
49 James Vanieris Southdown Velo 2nd
50 Andy Shackel Team Wiggle 2nd
51 Jeff Stevenson Tiotflab Racing Team 3rd
52 Ben Lockett Tri UK 3rd
53 Cameron Taylor University of Sheffield CC 3rd
54 David Billings VC St Raphael 2nd
55 Liam Walsh VC St Raphael 2nd
56 Paul Double Velo Club Venta 3rd
57 Andrew Gough Velo Club Venta 3rd
58 Dominic Judd Velo Club Venta 3rd Junior
59 Theo Webb Velo Club Venta 3rd Junior
60 Patrick Martin WyndyMilla 2nd

Reserve rider list:

Pete Carter 3rd
Robert Edgell Live2Ride Sunwise 3rd
Peter Giddings Velo Club Walcot 3rd
Kris Jasper 2nd
Harry Veale Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd

Prize fund:
1st £80 / 2nd £60 / 3rd £50 / 4th £40 / 5th £30 / 6th £20 / 7th £10 / 8th £10 /
9th £10 / 10th £10


Prime award:
Lap 4: 1st £30 / 2nd £20 / 3rd £10
BC Technical Regulation 13.3 – No rider shall be entitled to any prime or lap prize unless he completes the full distance of the race, or satisfies the Chief Commissaire that his retirement is due to some good and sufficient reason.



Circuit description:
The race HQ is located at Owslebury Parish Hall, Main Road, Owslebury, SO21 1JQ. The race roll out from the HQ will be neutralised along Longwood Road toward the crossroad junction with Belmore Lane. At the junction turn right onto Belmore Lane where, once safe, the race will be de-neutralised. Immediately after the crest of the first hill the road drops away to the left followed by a sharp right hand bend where extreme care is needed. After a series of rolling hills the race turns left into Salt Lane to climb up to The Milburys Pub crossroads. Just before cresting the Salt Lane climb riders will cross the finish line for the first time (there will be a further 7 laps). At the crossroads the race turns left for a fast decent (care should be taken to avoid potholes in the centre of the road at the bottom of the descent), followed by a sharp climb to the Longwood Road junction, at the junction the race turns left and descends to the junction with Belmore Lane where the race will turn left to complete the circuit. Riders will pass the finish line 8 (eight) times in total.
*Please note BC Technical Regulation 13.3 - this prevents any rider sprinting for a Prime only to climb off after the finish line. If any rider fails to finish following a Prime Award he will be removed and then all riders move up one slot.



New Forest Club 25 30/6/15,Results


P335 25

1 Ben Boardman 00:59:45 25.1
2 Stuart Peckham 01:03:19 23.7
3 Graham Lenton 01:03:55 23.5
4 Stephen Skinner 01:06:30 22.6
5 Richard Mason 01:08:32 21.9
6 Phil Harris 01:08:52 21.8
7 Phil Jones 01:10:17 21.3
8 Bob Dowling 01:10:39 21.2
9 Peter Trunwit 01:11:24 21.0
10 Alex Setchell 01:12:14 20.8
11 Neil Stevenson 01:12:25 20.7
12 Peter Hawker 01:19:56 18.8
13 Chris Mills 01:21:19 18.4
14 Clare Gronow 01:22:32 18.2
Privates
1 Martin Beale 01:04:32 23.2 VC ST Raphael
2 Stuart Grace 01:08:08 22.0 GA Cycles

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

CC Weymouth Club 18, 30/6/15, Results


1, STEVE PINK CCW 44.50
2, CHRIS RANDALL CCW 45.35
3, STUART MCPHAIL CCW 47.10
4, BRYCE RIGLAR CCW 47.18
5, DAVID BUTT CCW 49.06
6, JULIAN THACKER CCW 49.55
7, GORDON SCOTT C&DW 50.20
8, NICK IRELAND CCW 51.38
9, PHIL SMITH CCW 51.42
10, STEVE TRIGWELL CCW 53.16
11, JEREMY GUY CCW 56.08
12, ANDREW JACKSON CCW 56.12
13, D IRELAND CCW 1.03.36