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Monday, 27 June 2016

Bournemouth Cycleworks Moreton Series #7 Results

Open Race
1. James Horton - Cannondale Racing 
2. Jason Gault - Primera-TeamJobs 
3. Julian Lockwood - Hub CC 
4. Phillip Cole - Mud Sweat n Gears 
5. Darren Orchard - Mud Sweat n Gears 
6. Rob Flynn - Poole Wheelers 
7. Michael Walkey - Unattached 
8. Jacob Aries - Primera-TeamJobs 
9. John Wickham - Mud Sweat n Gears 
10. Craig Haslam - Hub CC 

Ladies Race
1. Molly Haycock - Bournemouth Arrows 
2. Emily Hingston - PPCC 
3. Gail Brown - Bournemouth University 
4. Charmain Walby - Mud Sweat n Gears 
5. Emma Needham - Unattached 
6. Sarah Wise - Mud Sweat n Gears

Sunday, 26 June 2016

Cox & Georgi in 1-2 at South Region Junior Road Champs!


Matthew Cox & Etienne Georgi made it a 1-2 for Giant CC-Halo Films taking gold & silver at the South Region Junior road race championships. The talented pair were part of a promising move that formed early in the 52 mile race at Stockbridge Down in Hampshire.
The field already stretched by the tough parcours blew apart as Cox, Georgi, James Hywell-Davies (Gillingham & Dist Wh), Jack Hoskins, Alex Van Katwyk (Guernsey CC), Rhys Pilley (Jersey CA), Hayden Burton (Bath CC), Jack Freeman (VC Meudon), Chris Rothwell (Ride 24/7) & Ed Hatfield (PrimeraTeamjobs) turned the heat up.

Hatfield punctured through the feed zone but fought his way back on, using the convoy as best he could. If he got a tow, few would begrudge him that after a very slow wheel change.
Hayden Burton (Bath CC) attacked relentlessly and worked hard but could never get away before Cox made his move. The rolling A30, into the wind deterred any chasers, Georgi bridged across but seemed to pay for his effort, unable to respond to Cox on the uphill finish. Chris Rothwell (Ride 24/7) took the bronze medal, outsprinting Alex Van Katwyk (Guernsey CC).
Matthew Cox
“ It feels good! I went away through the feed on the last lap, I looked back but no one was chasing Etienne came across to me into the head wind on the main road and we worked together till the climb, I led it out and expected Etienne to come round but he just sat on”
Etienne Georgi
“I felt bad all I could do was just sit on him”
Jack Freeman
“I had a late night”

Results
JUNIORS
Pos No Full Name Club Team
1st 12 Matthew Cox Giant CC - Halo Films
2nd 43 Etienne Georgi Giant CC - Halo Films st
3rd 32 Chris Rothwell Ride 24/7 @ 0:42
4th 21 Alex Van Katwyk Guernsey Velo Club st
5th 29 Edward Hatfield Primera-Teamjobs st
6th 3 Hayden Burton Bath Cycling Club st
7th 20 Jack Hoskins Guernsey Velo Club @ 0:51
8th 14 James Hywel-Davies Gillingham & District Wheelers CC st
9th 36 Jack Freeman VC Meudon @ 1:06
10th 26 Rhys Pilley Jersey Cycling Association @ 2:53
11th 38 George Jones VC St Raphael/Waite Contracts/Hewitt Cycles @ 7:34
12th 22 Joe Clark i-team Cyclists Club @ 7:48
13th 31 Matty Hodgson Ride 24/7 @ 8:15
14th 16 Miles Davey Guernsey Velo Club @ 10:30
15th 39 Oliver Beresford Velo Club Venta @ 10:47
16th 28 Jacob Aries Primera-Teamjobs @ 10:50
17th 37 Ollie Williams VC Meudon @ 11:30
18th 40 Sam Malam Velo Club Venta @ 11:57
19th 8 Charlie Cooper Eden Veranda Racing @ 12:53
20th 30 Gabriel Chinn Ride 24/7 @ 13:40
21st 35 Tom Sewell Cotswold Veldrijden @ 1 lap
22nd 2 George Beck Bath Cycling Club st
23rd 27 Sam Wadsley Poole Wheelers st
24th 34 Red Walters Sotonia CC st
25th 19 Ethan Farrell Guernsey Velo Club st
26th 13 Harry Charles Gillingham & District Wheelers CC st

Most Aggresive Rider Ed Hatfield £50 sponsored by "Local Riders,Local Races"
ENTRANTS 41
STARTERS 38

Powell Turns Bronze into Gold at Southern Champs


Jennifer Powell (EliteVelo Kalas Sportswear CRT) turned bronze into gold, taking the South Region road title 3 weeks after finishing third in the circuit race championships at Winchester.
Powell, Fiona Redding (Radeon Bike Science RT), Florence Cox (Equipe Flamme Rouge) & Kate Baker (Performance Cycles) had pressed on through the feed zone on the second of four 13 mile laps of the Stockbridge Down circuit.
Powell instigated the move and the quartet quickly established a gap. Baker struggled into the headwind on the A30, falling back into no man’s land, eventually finishing fourth.

The three “new best friends” communicated well as they built a lead of 2 mins 30 secs on the dwindling bunch. The co-operation came to an end as Redding pulled on the front, Powell was comfortable but Cox fell back as the hills took their toll. It was Redding on the front as they crested the final climb but it was 28 year old Powell on the front at the line.

Jennifer Powell
“I could see the race was stringing out, I said to Kate and Fiona, we can snap this, we pushed through Crawley, it was windy on the A30 and Kate was missing turns, the three of us pushed on, when we got a time check it was 3 minutes, we knew it was in the bag”
Fiona Redding
“I can’t believe it, this is my first season racing, I wanted to know what being in a break feels like, to have that excitement of being out the front, being chased and its happened”
Florence Cox
“I could see they were stronger on the hills”

Result
1st 4 Jennifer Powell Elite Velo Kals Sportswear
2nd 12 Fiona Redding Radeon - Bike Science RT st
3rd 5 Florence Cox Equipe Flamme Rouge @ 0:05
4th 9 Kate Baker Performance Cycles @ 2:40
5th 11 Ellie Gilham Primera-Teamjobs @ 6:34
6th 13 Sophie Herbert Southampton University Road Club @6:55
7th 24 Phoebe Davis VeloVitesse/ALLCAPS/Push @ 7:40
8th 10 Joanne Jago Performance Cycles @ 9:40
9th 2 Lizzy Campbell Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers @ 1 lap
10th 19 Harriet Hernando Velo Club Venta st
11th 8 Victoria Lovett i-team Cyclists Club @ 2 laps
12th 25 Hollie Dowling West Wight Wheelers st
13th 23 Louisa Vere Velo Club Venta st
14th 20 Imogen Hutchings Velo Club Venta @ 3 laps
ENTRANTS 25
STARTERS 21


Most Aggressive Rider Fiona Redding £50 sponsoed by “Local Riders,Local Races"

Harper Takes Southern Crown on Stockbridge Down!


Riding with the assured confidence that only good condition can provide, Will harper won the South Region title on the attritional, 13 mile Stockbridge Down circuit in Hampshire. Harper was in all the moves that mattered and had the legs when it mattered most, distancing the in-form Benjamin Marks (Cycleworks.co.uk) in the final on Winton Hill. Marks deserve credit for an attacking ride and taking the race to Harper in the last few miles. Paul Double (VC Venta) took the bronze medal and picked up the £50 “Local Riders, Local Races” sponsored combativity prize, Double, like Marks, wants to race and was active throughout the 78 mile VC Venta promoted championship.

Phillip Peters ( HostA©TAAP Storck), Daniel Halksworth (Velosport Jersey) & Jamie Caldwell (Richardsons Trek RT) gained a small gap on the first lap of 6 pulling away into the wind on the A30 but were soon reeled in.
A lap later James Phillips (Dream Cycling RT), Andy Shackel (Team Wiggle), Charlie Beake (Tri UK) and the experienced Colin Parry (Ride 24/7) had pulled out a 30 second lead which they surrendered on the 1km climb of Winton hill.
A 13 strong group, containing all the main protagonists, formed after 30 miles, effectively ending the race for those that missed the move. Harper, Marks, Double, Shackel, Peters, Phillips,Jason White (Ride 24/7), Harry Veale (Cycleworks.co.uk), Matthew Osborn & Jack English(Morgan Sharpe PB Adventure Cycles), Oscar Hutchings (PrimeraTeamjobs), Liam Walsh (VC Equipe Flix) and Matthew Woods (Performance Cycles) worked together stretching their lead to over 3 minutes. Walsh had hit the deck early on with several others after a touch of wheels and did well to chase back on. The team work stopped with 1 lap remaining with attacks coming thick and fast, predominantly from those that did not fancy their chances on the uphill finish, James Phillips tried time and again into the headwind but all could smell the finish and nobody was going anywhere. It was Marks who dug deep on Winton Hill, Harper dug just as deep to get on and the rest were out of it, in truth the brave Cycleworks rider was spent as Harper came round to take the Southern Crown, a worthy champion.

Rider Reaction
WILL HARPER
That was a really hard race, once we had established the break we all worked well together, Paul (Double) went hard over the top of the climb and whoever was strongest went with it. We worked well but with two laps to go everyone started messing around, missing turns, there were a few tired legs in there. The last lap it was just attack after attack, i think a few did not want to take me to the finish, there was a lot of attacking, I was having to go with every move. Ben did a huge attack on the hill, I just got on his wheel and managed to outsprint him at the end, if he gone again that would have been me done, one more attack and I was gone, that was my last bit of energy. I am really, really happy with that, it was a hard decision with whether to go up and ride the national champs or ride Stockbridge, I love the course and its very local for me. Really happy and happt that it was a hard race”

Benjamin Marks
The break had all the good guys in it, it was not really moving super quick, I thought we might get pulled back but I don’t think were enough good riders left to chase. Will (Harper) was working hard shutting down breaks, it was hard, I’ll settle for silver”

Paul Double
I felt awful at the start, I was cramping but it was ok , we wound it up over the top of the climb, we got a good gap, Andy Shackel was getting us working. Ben (Marks) wound it up in the final and only Will could hold his wheel, it all split, it was good, really good”

Liam Walsh
it was a hard race, I crashed early on, we had to chase back on a for few kilometres, it was pretty grim. it’s a bit disappointing but that’s bike racing , It was the race winning move and it was not that hard, with thirteen riders there, the pace was high but the work rate is low. Will & Ben got away I got round Oscar but could not get to them”




James Phillips
I gave it might best shot, I knew I could not beat the lighter guys up the climb, they are 20kgs less than me, my time to go was on the flat, into the headwind, I gave it about five or six digs but I got chased down. It’s a tough course, I knew soon as we had the gap it was game over



Oscar Hutchings
Paul Double really drilled it and split the race, everyone was going out the back, it was a really good group. I just did not have the kick right at the end, I was hoping for a bit more but I was cramping up”



Results
1st 18 William Harper Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 03:15:31
2nd 12 Ben Marks Cycleworks.co.uk @ 0:03
3rd 52 Paul Double Velo Club Venta @ 0:08
4th 50 Liam Walsh VC Equipe - Flix @ 0:09
5th 15 James Phillips Dream Cycling Race Team @ 0:12
6th 31 Oscar Hutchings Primera-Teamjobs @ 0:15
7th 22 Jack English Morgan Sharpe PB Adventure Cycles @ 0:18
8th 27 Matthew Woods Performance Cycles @ 0:20
9th 36 Jason White Ride 24/7 @ 0:21
10th 65 Matthew Osborn Morgan Sharpe PB Adventure Cycles @ 0:39
11th 13 Harry Veale Cycleworks.co.uk @ 0:51
12th 47 Andy Shackel Team Wiggle @ 1:01
13th 21 Philip Peters Hoste˩ TAAP Storck st
14th 51 Micheal Ford VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles @ 3:07
15th 5 Matthew Franklin Bristol RC @ 3:13
16th 55 James Plumb Velo Club Venta @ 7:10
17th 19 George Stainton-Ellis Excel Pedal Heaven Academy @ 7:20
18th 1 Neil Burningham Britsh Cycling PM - South @ 7:35
19th 44 Scott Micheals Southampton University RC @ 10:23
20th 48 Charlie Beake Tri UK @ 14:00
21st 54 Thomas Hayward Velo Club Venta @ 15:00
22nd 11 Andrew Carter Cycleworks.co.uk @ 1 lap
23rd 16 Craig Wallduck Dream Cycling Race Team st
24th 7 Richard Cleaver Cheltenham & County CC st
25th 53 William Fleming Velo Club Venta @ 2 laps
26th 4 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC st

ENTRANTS 60
STARTERS 46


Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 25, 26/06/16 Results


ALL TIMES ARE PROVISIONAL RESULT SUBJECT TO CHANGE
1 Stephen Williamson a3crg Vet 50 53.24 14.38 v2
2 Greg Parker VC St Raphael Vet 52 53.32 14.54 v1
3 Mark Denney Poole Wheelers Vet 46 54.05 13.10 v3
4 Charles Rees Gillingham & D. Wh/Wheel Cyc Senior 54.18
5 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Vet 42 54.30 11.56 v5
6 Simon Berogna VC St Raphael Vet 42 54.34 11.52 v6
7 Stephen Pink Poole Wheelers Senior 54.37
8 Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth Senior 55.10
9 Aron Stanton VC St Raphael Vet 48 55.18 12.20 v4
9 Ben Keightley Primera-Teamjobs Senior 55.18
11 Chris Randall VC St Raphael Senior 55.37
12 Richard Porter CC Weymouth Vet 43 55.58 10.41 v13
13 John Brumfield CC Weymouth Vet 43 56.13 10.26 v14
14 Aaron Kneebone Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Senior 56.22
15 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Vet 50 56.40 11.22 v8
16 Richard Davidson Poole Wheelers Vet 51 56.59 11.15 v9
16 Lenny Brown Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Vet 46 56.59 10.16 v16
18 Michael Akers Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers senior 57.01
19 Paul Cooke Gillingham & D. Wh/Wheel Cyc Vet 40 57.05 8.55 v21
20 John Chapman CC Weymouth Vet 54 57.10 10.50 v12
21 Gary Cure Bournemouth Arrow CC Vet 48 7.57 57.58 9.40 v18
22 Rob Sherrin a3crg Vet 48 7.46 58.06 9.32 v19
23 Andy Millward Yeovil CC Vet 53 7.35 58.13 10.26 v14
24 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC Vet 49 7.39 58.21 9.29 v20
25 Simon Beard Yeovil CC Vet 42 7.04 58.32 7.54 v25
26 Doug Parker Sid Valley CC Vet 53 7.37 58.42 9.57 v17
27 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC Vet 45 7.42 58.53 8.10 v22
28 Richard Miles Bognor Regis CC Vet 59 7.32 58.56 11.08 v10
29 Craig Mainprize 100% ME Vet 46 8.02 59.17 7.58 v24
30 Laura Bartlett a3crg Woman Senior 7.41 59.28
31 Hugo Baldacchino Yeovil CC Vet 45 7.31 59.52 7.11 v28
32 Rowan Ellis 1st Chard Wh Juv 7.49 59.57
33 Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC Vet 63 7.33 1.00.13 11.03 v11
34 Paul Edmonds Southmpton Tri Club Senior 7.03 1.00.20
35 Jack Sheppard New Forest CC Senior 7.24 1.01.38
36 Mark German 1st Chard Wh Vet 57 7.36 1.02.14 7.20 v27
37 Adrian Lane 1st Chard Wh Junior 7.29 1.02.15
38 Christopher Mullett Gillingham & D. Wh/Wheel Cyc Senior 7.27 1.02.25
39 Martin LeFevre Bournemouth Arrow CC Vet 60 7.02 1.02.27 7.54 v25
40 Stephen Skinner New Forest CC Vet 60 7.13 1.03.29 6.52 v29
41 Peter Trunwitt New Forest CC Vet 51 7.22 1.04.11 4.03 v31
42 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC Vet 66 8.01 1.04.18 8.02 v23
43 Oliver Barney Royal Sutton CC Vet 47 7.52 1.04.42 2.44 v36
44 Phillip Harvey Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Vet 55 8.04 1.05.05 4.00 v32
45 Terry Belbin Poole Wheelers Vet 52 7.26 1.05.20 3.06 v35
46 Sarah Wise Mud Sweatngears CC Woman Senior 7.19 1.06.01
47 Bill Simmons Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Vet 64 7.01 1.06.47 4.49 v30
48 Andrew Parkhill Zoom Tri Club Senior 7.51 1.06.50
49 John Beaven 1st Chard Wh Vet 58 7.17 1.08.28 1.21 v37
50 Andrew Jackson CC Weymouth Vet47 7.09 1.08.38
51 Fred Newton Wessex RC Vet 68 7.08 1.09.55 3.15 v34
52 David Arrowsmith CC Weymouth Vet 69 7.16 1.10.14 3.23 v33
53 Norman Harvey Sotonia CC Vet 83 7.14 1.12.39 11.37 v7
54 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC Vet 63 7.07 1.12.47
55 Chris Summers Sotonia CC Vet 64 7.58 1.13.23

Saturday, 25 June 2016

Big Prize Fund at Bournemouth TrackFest!


The 2016 Bournemouth Trackfest on 9th July is heading for the biggest prize list ever thanks to the event sponsors.
Already confirmed is the £700 worth of prizes for the B & O Play Senior 10 Km Scratch, £290 for the Kitvision Women’s 12 lap Elimination/Scratch Race, £150 for the Kitsound Youth A/B £Km Scratch and the £95 for the Youth C/D/E Kitsound @ Km Scratch.
Further sponsors for the other 13 races spread amongst Seniors, Women, Youth A/B and Youth C/D/E will be announced shortly.

Entries online via the BC website.

Friday, 24 June 2016

Sotonia CC Summer Road Race, Start List


Sunday 3rd July 2016 Owslebury Parish Hall, 10.00am Distance: 96km / 60miles Rider categories: 2/3/4

1 Neil Burningham 3rd
2 Will Page 3rd
3 Matthew Buckley Abbotts Ann Cycles 3rd
4 Danny Axford Arctic Tacx RT 2nd
5 Simon Bishop Army Cycling Union 4th
6 Tom Lane Blazing Saddles Cycles 3rd
7 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
8 Richard Cleaver Cheltenham & County CC 3rd
9 Robert Wadsworth Clevedon & District RC 3rd
10 Trevor Smith Cotswold Veldrijden 3rd
11 Harry Veale Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
12 James Dudden Cycology Sunwise 3rd
13 Adrian Lawson Cycology Sunwise 2nd
14 Luke Nolan Cycology Sunwise 2nd
15 Charlie Cooper Eden Veranda Racing 3rd Junior
16 Lewis Martin Eden Veranda Racing 2nd Junior
17 Matthew Cox Giant Cycling Club - Halo Films 2nd Junior
18 Tristram More-Molyneux Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
19 Adrian Riddleston Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
20 Matthew Bone Hosté TAAP Storck 2nd
21 Daniel Baker HR Owen Maserati RT 2nd
22 David Prickett HR Owen Maserati RT 3rd
23 Will Ranoe HR Owen Maserati RT 2nd
24 Ryan Smith HR Owen Maserati RT 2nd
25 Nicolas Kimish I-Team Cyclists’ Club 3rd Junior
26 Tim O’Rourke Imperial Racing Team 2nd
27 James Boyman Neon-Velo Cycling Team 2nd
28 Jonathan Ellis Plymouth Corinthian CC 3rd
29 Will Horn Plymouth Corinthian CC 3rd
30 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill CC 3rd
31 James Donovan Portsmouth North End CC 3rd
32 James Cooper Rock N Road Cycles 3rd
33 Brook Elgie Rock N Road Cycles 3rd
34 Timothy Allen RP Vision Racing Team 2nd
35 Alexander Cross RP Vision Racing Team 3rd Junior
36 Edward Giles RP Vision Racing Team 2nd
37 Ben Lockett Saint Piran 2nd
38 Patryk Rucki Skinline Race Club 2nd
39 Timothy Dawkins Sotonia CC 3rd
40 Philip Godfrey Sotonia CC 3rd
41 Jonathan Hall Sotonia CC 3rd
42 Andrew Mackay Sotonia CC 3rd
43 James Peckham Sotonia CC 3rd
44 Paul Ransom Sotonia CC 3rd
45 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia CC 2nd
46 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 3rd
47 Russell Speight Sotonia CC 4th
48 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC 3rd
49 Ashley Martin Team Tor 2000 Kalas Sportswear 2nd
50 Giles Greening Tri UK 3rd
51 Daniel Mcquillan Tri UK 2nd
52 Austin Head VC Revolution 3rd
53 James Franklin Velo Club Venta 2nd
54 Andrew Gough Velo Club Venta 2nd
55 Thom Hayward Velo Club Venta 3rd
56 Oliver Winwood Bratchell Velo Club Venta 3rd Junior
57 Peter Hodson-Thomas Westbury Wheelers 3rd
58 Adam Holleyman Wight Mountain RT 3rd
59 Alexander Forrester www.Zepnat.com RT - Lazer helmets 3rd
60 Craig Barnett WyndyMilla 2nd
Reserve rider list:

Gareth Bushnell Mid Devon CC 3rd
Sam Malam Velo Club Venta 4th Junior
Nick Watson Ride 24/7 3rd
Matthew Downie Eden Veranda Racing 2nd
Sotonia Summer Road Race
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.

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Portsmouth Evening Circuits #2 Results &Overall


YOUTH U14 [B]

1st 21 Danny HAVEY B Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
2nd 22 Jacob SCHNABEL B Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
YOUTH U16 [A]
1st 1 Tom MUNDEN A I-Team Cyclists' Club
3 / J3
1st 70 James EBDON WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT
2nd 51 Cameron THOMPSON Andover Whls
3rd 67 James MEAKIN UK-Biking/Copyrite
4th 64 Ian DONOHUE Southern Planning Practice Ltd
5th 53 Alex COLLINS Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
6th 74 Charlie COOPER Eden Veranda Racing
7th 55 Thomas TREAGUS Hargroves Cycles - Ridley RT
8th 62 James PECKHAM Sotonia CC
9th 57 Mark VALENTINE Poole Wheelers CC
10th 56 Martin ROWLAND Poole Wheelers CC
11th 68 Austin HEAD VC Revolution
12th 73 Andrew THOMAS Dulwich Paragon CC
13th 58 Ryan WESTON Poole Wheelers CC
14th 71 Ian HAYDEN WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT
15th 52 Stuart THOMPSON Andover Whls
16th 54 Mark HERBERT Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
=17th 59 James ASH Rock N Road Cycles
=17th 60 Norman MELLORS Rock N Road Cycles
=17th 63 Shaun SMART Southdown Velo
=17th 65 Hilde OUDMAN Starley Racing
=17th 66 Kris COLLINS Team Wiggle
=17th 69 Sebastian OTTLEY VC St Raphael
=17th 72 Matthew CHILD VC Meudon
=17th 75 Harvey McNAUGHTON I-Team Cyclists' Club
E / 1 / 2 / J

1st 8 Lewis ATKINS Excel Pedal Heaven Academy
2nd 1 Benjamin MARKS Cycleworks.co.uk
3rd 12 Justin HOY NFTO
4th 10 Mike SMITH Cycleworks.co.uk
5th 2 Robert McCARTHY Excel Pedal Heaven Academy
6th 13 Jamie CALDWELL Richardsons-Trek RT
7th 6 Matthew ALLSOPP WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT
8th 11 Will RANOE HR Owen Maserati RT
9th 9 Jay EASTWOOD Primera-TeamJobs
10th 7 Stuart WAITE WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT

Overall after Round 2
U10
Pos Cat Name Club/Team
1st Dg Amber Richardson Portsmouth North End Cycling Club 20
2nd Dg Grace Richardson Portsmouth North End Cycling Club 19
U12 TOTAL

1st C Jamie WHITCHER Poole Wheelers CC 20
U14
1st B Danny HAVEY Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 35
2nd B Owen GILES Portsmouth North End CC 20
3rd B Jacob SCHNABEL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 19
B Freddie HORNER Behind the Bikeshed 19
5th Bg Izzy BRICKELL Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 18
6th Bg Freya RICHARDSON Portsmouth North End CC 17
7th B Harvey McLEAN Behind the Bikeshed 16

U16
1st A Tom MUNDAY I-Team Cyclists' Club 20
A Samuel CLARK I-Team Cyclists' Club 20
3rd Ag Caitlin PETERS I-Team Cyclists' Club 19
3 / J3

1st James EBDON WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT 118
2nd Cameron THOMPSON Andover Whls 112
3rd James MEAKIN UK-Biking/Copyrite 108
4th J Alex COLLINS Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 100
5th Thomas TREAGUS Hargroves Cycles - Ridley RT 94
6th Stuart THOMPSON Andover Whls 92
7th Ian DONOHUE Southern Planning Practice Ltd 88
8th Martin ROWLAND Poole Wheelers CC 86
9th Ryan WESTON Poole Wheelers CC 86
10th Kris COLLINS Team Wiggle 66
11th Mark HERBERT Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 62
12th Mark VALENTINE Poole Wheelers CC 60
13th Shaun SMART Southdown Velo 56
14th J Joseph CLARK I-Team Cyclists' Club 56
15th Norman MELLORS Rock N Road Cycles 54
16th Ian HAYDEN WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT 52
17th J Charlie COOPER Eden Veranda Racing 50
18th W Hilde OUDMAN Starley Racing 48
19th James PECKHAM Sotonia CC 46
20th Adam HOLLEYMAN Wight Mountain RT 42
21st Austin HEAD VC Revolution 40
22nd Philip GLASGOW 3C Cyclexperience 40
23rd Andrew THOMAS Dulwich Paragon CC 38
24th Stuart HARVEY ASL 360 36
25th Ben HUTTLY Brighton Mitre CC 30
26th James ASH Rock N Road Cycles 28
27th Sebastian OTTLEY VC St Raphael 28
28th Matthew CHILD VC Meudon 28
29th Harvey McNAUGHTON I-Team Cyclists' Club 28
30th Howard RADCLIFFE I-Team Cyclists' Club 24
31st Andrew MacKAY Sotonia CC 22
32nd Paul GILES Portsmouth North End CC 14

E12

1st Lewis ATKINS Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 140
2nd Benjamin MARKS Cycleworks.co.uk 134
3rd Justin HOY NFTO 126
4th Mike SMITH Cycleworks.co.uk 126
5th Jamie CALDWELL Richardsons-Trek RT 114
6th Harry VEALE Cycleworks.co.uk 68
7th Andy SHACKEL Team Wiggle 64
8th Robert McCARTHY Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 62
9th Matthew ALLSOPP WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT 58
10th George STAINTON-ELLIS Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 58
11th Will RANOE HR Owen Maserati RT 56
12th Nicholas O'HARA 3C Cyclexperience 56
13th Jay EASTWOOD Primera-TeamJobs 54
14th Stuart WAITE WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT 52
15th James VANIERIS Cycleworks.co.uk 52




New Forest CC Club 15, Report/Results


Boardman at record breaking best
More club championship points were up for grabs on the P303/15 TT course on Tuesday night. The course starts on the road to Winkton from Ringwood before looping through Bransgore and heading towards Kingston near Crow. The riders met a gentle westerly breeze on the course on an otherwise warm and muggy evening. The main club protagonists within the club participated in the event which contributes to the club championship. Having had a week off to recover, Ben Boardman ensured that normal service was resumed with another dominant performance finishing in 33:57, and thus recording a new course record averaging 26.5 mph. Sacha Ring got within a minute of Ben in an impressive time of 34.47. Sacha commented afterwards that “Ben was just too strong tonight, I held a good pace and gave everything I had”. James Bannister had a minute over the fatigued Stewart Ward in 35:14 and 36:16 respectively. Stewart thought that last week’s victory had taken the edge off his performance and he just held off the rapidly finishing Graham Lenton by a single second. If the course had been another 100m long, Graham would have claimed a fine fifth place.

1 Ben Boardman 00:33:57 26.51
2 Sacha Ring 00:34:47 25.87
3 James Bannister 00:35:14 25.54
4 Stewart Ward 00:36:16 24.82
5 Graham Lenton 00:36:17 24.80
6 Stuart Peckham 00:36:55 24.38
7 Lyndon Thompson 00:37:54 23.75
8 Bob Dowling 00:38:12 23.56
9 Barry Hard 00:38:28 23.40
10 Andy Townsend 00:39:57 22.53
11 Peter Trunwit 00:41:08 21.88
12 Mike Anglim 00:41:22 21.76
13 Peter Weaver 00:43:19 20.78
14 Clare Gronow 00:46:46 19.24
15 Catherine Pascoe 00:49:32 18.17
Ollie Moody DNF
Privates
1 Chris Jolliffe 00:40:03 22.47 Crawley Whs CC
2 Rob York 00:41:18 21.79 Christchurch BC
3 Wesley Baker 00:48:14 18.66 Unattached

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

B&DWCA 25, 22/06/16, Results


I hope you receive the result of this evening's 25 on the P128 course safely.

Women
1 Claire Newman Crabwood CC 1.09.02
2 Sandy Bell Sotonia CC 1.12.25
3 Donna Lovelock 3C Cyclexperience 1.14.51
4 Rose Parkhouse Southampton Tri Club 1.31.07

Tandem
Mary Corbett Sotonia CC & Gary Allan GA Cycles 1.04.02

Men
1 Ray Claridge GA Cycles 57.46
2 Kevin King New Forest CC 59.01
3 John Hyndman Crabwood CC 59.59
4 Peter Boustred Southampton Tri Club 1.00.34
5 Martin Beale VC St Raphael 1.00.43
6 Pat Lafford Crabwood CC 1.02.21
7 Ian Boshier Southampton Tri Club 1.03.08
8 Glenn Longland Antelope RT 1.04.32
9 Stephen Skinner New Forest CC 1.05.03
10 Mike Zollo Southampton Tri Club 1.05.13
11 Tom Butler New Forest CC 1.05.16
12 Jamie Cole DHC 1.05.18
13 Matt Dixon Sotonia CC 1.06.32
14 David England Crabwood CC 1.07.19
15 Brian Coupe Crabwood CC 1.11.04
16 Craig Foord Unattached 1.11.57
17 Oli Thompson Southampton Tri Club 1.16.31
18 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood CC 1.19.34

The event incorporated the Crabwood CC Club Championship.

Timekeeper: Jacky Betteridge
Other helpers: Ann Miller, Pete Betteridge, Clive Peskett & Jacky Prosser.

Tornado RCC Club 10, 22/06/16 Results


TRCC CLUB 10 P337 Thorney Hill
"I think everyone was in watching the footie!"

1 Chris Wilson Tornado RCC 26.04
2 Ian Turner Tornado RCC 27.45
3 Ian Hayden Tornado RCC 28.00
4 Adrian Watkins Tornado RCC 29.00

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10, 21/06/16 Results


P472C Furzehill

1 John Samways BJW 23.17
2 Nick Jones BJW 24.51
3 Will Soloman BJW 25.15
4 Danny French BJW 25.57
5 Cliff Berridge BJW 28.01
6 Paul Brown BJW 28.53
7 Jim Firth BJW 31.46
8 Pat Pinchin BJW 32.09
9 John O'Brien BJW 32.11 Trike

Aaron Kneebone RN 24.03
Thomas Fraser RN 26.13

Marshals: Jacky Prosser, Clive Peskett, Dave Mansfield, Mark Freeman, Simon Green, Bob Wareing, Peter Warhurst.

Monday, 20 June 2016

South Region Road Champs, Preview & Predictions!


The 2016 South region road championships on Sunday (26th) promise to be an open race, with, arguably, a weaker field than previous years. An unavoidable clash with the National Championships in Stockton-On-Tees may well have lured some South-based riders north. The lack of elite entries may, however be the making of the race. Free from riding in the shadow of one dominant team or waiting for the big names to make the moves, many will take the opportunity to have a go! An exciting race is in prospect and the tough, rolling Stockbridge Down course always ensures a worthy champion. Will Harper (Excel Pedal Heaven Academy) finished second behind Will Fox (Pedal Heaven) at the Stockbridge Down race back in April and will be looking to go one better at the championships
I’m really looking forward to the regionals. I enjoy the Stockbridge Down course and if I'm on form, I really hope I can go one better than my last outing on it where I finished second. There is a lot of strong competition though, so it should be a great race. Mitch Webber has the potential to race very strongly on the Stockbridge course, but he has been out injured for a while, so we'll have to wait and see how he feels on the day. As well as Mitch, I think Paul Double has a great chance of a result. He climbs really well and motors on the flat.” Says Harper
Mitch Webber will be a threat on his home course but there is a question mark over his form after a season blighted by illness and injury. Make no mistake though, if Webber is on a good day he will be in the mix. The promoting clubs hopes rest on Paul Double, early season Double has been flying but like Webber has missed a few races through illness:
I had a bit of cough and cold and with the big races coming up thought I best to rest. I'll be there though! It’s been my main aim, but to be fair, I'm not sure my form now though. I really need a big result,even a win because I'm currently looking into individual sponsorship before hopefully making a team next year!”

Benjamin Marks (Cycleworks.co.uk), came 9th in April and will be backed up by Harry Veale, Daniel Bone & Andrew Carter;
“This race has been in my sights this year. The form has been good for the local evening crits the last couple of weeks and 4th place at the Crawley wheelers road race last weekend was a good warm up for regionals. I like the course and although I didn't make the split in the race earlier in the season, i still had good legs to chase over for a top 10. Harry Veale and I will be looking to get in the move of the day!”

The Primera-Teamjobs trio of Oscar Hutchings, Calum Croft & Alex Hart will no doubt feature. Hutchings has hit form at just the right time, supported by the gutsy Calum Croft and the super-keen Alex Hart, he is a genuine contender for the title.
Last year’s junior champion Jack Billyard has had a difficult 12 months. A worrying heart condition forced him to return to the UK from his Dave Rayner funded base in Italy with his racing ambitions on hold but thankfully things are looking positive for Jack

“The third operation seems to have been a success. It's been an amazing feeling to be back racing and feeling lean again! The regionals suits my longer season aims. It’s a hilly course and with a disputably easier field than in recent years, it might incite a bit of negative riding. I won't be peaking for it but it will be nice to race on effectively home roads. There's a few less continental level riders than last year because of the Nationals being on the same day but I think that's a double edged sword in that many of the riders on the start list have shown form at National B events this year including the Stockbridge Down Road Race in April earlier this year”

“LR,LR” PREDICTION
1 HARPER
2 HUTCHINGS
3 MARKS

With 2015 champion Kimberly Ashtonl not defending her title and many other local riders at the National championships, the Women’s race looks equally open. Ellie Gilham (Primera-TeamJobs) has the talent but is, perhaps under raced? Has she got the legs cope with Winton Hill? Jennifer Powell (EliteVelo-Kalas Sportswear) placed third in the recent circuit race championships at Winchester but again has she the strength to race on the hills as well as the flat? Kate Baker (Performance Cycles) has plenty of racing miles and will be in the mix with teammate Joanne Jago, along with Vicki Carr (VC Equipe-Flix), Phoebe Davis (Velovitesse/allcap/push) & Victoria Lovett (I-Team cc).

“LR, LR” PREDICTION
1 Powel
2 Baker
3 Gilham

The Junior race is hard to call but could see Matthew Cox (Giant CC-Halo films) & Ed Hatfield (Primera-TeamJobs) knocking lumps out of each other, such is there enthusiasm. The pair could burn all their matches trying to come out on top, leaving the door open for others. Jack Freeman (VC Meudon), Harvey McNaughton (i-team cc), Alex Van Katwyk (Guernsey Velo), James Hywell-Davies (Gillingham & Dist Wh) & Ed Rollitt (VC Venta) are among those who could benefit from a Hatfield-Cox battle.

“LR, LR” PREDICTION
1 HATFIELD
2 COX
3 VAN KATWYK



Presents:
South Region Road Race Championship 26th June 2016
Juniors 09:00am Juniors 52 miles
Women 09:10am Women 52 miles
Senior 12:15 pm Senior 78 miles
Event HQ:
Test Valley School, Roman Road,
Stockbridge, SO20 6HA
Course Details
Neutralised from HQ to the start/finish line (approx 2 miles). Turn right from school entrance onto the A30, through Stockbridge to RAB where take 2nd exit onto the B3049 (M) and up the climb to the finish area at the National Trust Stockbridge Down Trail gates.
Race De-Neutralised Proceed on the B3049 towards Winchester for approx 3 miles. Turn left (M) onto unclassified road and proceed for approx 2miles through Crawley Village (M) to junction with A272. Turn left (M) and proceed on A272 for approx 1.5 miles to junction with A30. Turn left (M) and proceed on A30 towards Stockbridge for approx 5 miles. Take 1st exit at roundabout (M) to continue on A30 to next roundabout, where take 1st exit (M) back onto B3049. Continue for approx 1 mile to cross start/finish line to complete 1 lap (13miles)

JUNIOR
Complete 4 full laps of race circuit to finish by gates to the Stockbridge Down Trails at top of climb
WOMEN
Complete 4 full laps of race circuit to finish by gates to the Stockbridge Down Trails at top of climb
SENIOR MENS
Complete 6 full laps of race circuit to finish by gates to the Stockbridge Down Trails at top of climb
Start Lists:
Senior Men
1 Neil Burningham 3rd
2 Jed Webber Alpcycles 3rd
3 Matthew Buckley Andover Whls 3rd
4 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
5 Matthew Franklin Bristol RC 2nd
6 Jack Rebours Caesarean CC Jersey 3rd
7 Richard Cleaver Cheltenham & County CC 3rd
8 Thomas Rutter Cheltenham & County CC 3rd
9 Trevor Smith Cotswold Veldrijden 3rd
10 Daniel Bone Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
11 Andrew Carter Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
12 Benjamin Marks Cycleworks.co.uk 1st
13 Harry Veale Cycleworks.co.uk 2nd
14 Malcolm Dixon Dream Cycling Race Team 2nd
15 James Phillips Dream Cycling Race Team 1st
16 Craig Wallduck Dream Cycling Race Team 1st
17 Matthew Downie Eden Veranda Racing 2nd
18 William Harper Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 1st
19 George Stainton-Ellis Excel Pedal Heaven Academy 1st
20 Matthew Bone Hosté TAAP Storck 2nd
21 Philip Peters Hosté TAAP Storck 2nd
22 Jack English Morgan Sharpe PB Adventure Cycles 3rd
23 Matthew Osborn Morgan Sharpe PB Adventure Cycles 2nd
24 Justin Hoy NFTO Elite
25 Simon Coles Norwood Paragon CC 1st
26 Mitchell Webber Pedal Heaven 1st
27 Matthew Woods Performance Cycles 2nd
28 James Donovan Portsmouth North End CC 3rd
29 Calum Croft Primera-TeamJobs 1st
30 Alex Hart Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
31 Oscar Hutchings Primera-TeamJobs 1st
32 John Carter Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
33 Michael Porter Radeon-Bike Science RT 3rd
34 George Smith Radeon-Bike Science RT 2nd
35 Jamie Caldwell Richardsons-Trek RT 1st
36 Colin Parry Ride 24/7 2nd
37 Jason White Ride 24/7 1st
38 Matt Witts Ride 24/7 3rd
39 Patryk Rucki Skinline Race Club 2nd
40 Timothy Dawkins Sotonia CC 3rd
41 James Peckham Sotonia CC 3rd
42 Paul Ransom Sotonia CC 3rd
43 Ben Scott-Munden Sotonia CC 2nd
44 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 3rd
45 Scott Michaels Southampton University RC 2nd
46 Daniel Marshall T1Diabetes.info 2nd
47 Kris Collins Team Wiggle 3rd
48 Andy Shackel Team Wiggle 1st
49 Charlie Beake Tri UK 3rd
50 James Meakin UK-Biking/Copyrite 3rd
51 Liam Walsh VC Equipe - Flix 1st
52 Michael Ford VC St Raphael 3rd
53 Paul Double Velo Club Venta 2nd
54 William Fleming Velo Club Venta 3rd
55 Thom Hayward Velo Club Venta 3rd
56 James Plumb Velo Club Venta 2nd
57 Daniel Halksworth Velo Sport Jersey 2nd
58 Lee Davis VeloVitesse/ALLCAP/Push 1st
59 Dave Tilling VeloVitesse/ALLCAP/Push 3rd
60 Stuart Waite WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT 2nd
61 Jack Billyard Zappi's Racing Team 1st

Juniors
1 Jake Billinghurst 4th
2 George Beck Bath Cycling Club 3rd
3 Hayden Burton Bath Cycling Club 2nd
4 Nic McKibbin Bath Cycling Club 3rd
5 Will Swarbrick Bath Cycling Club 3rd
6 George Creasey Bournemouth Arrow/Hotel Collingwood 4th
7 Scott Warren Bournemouth Arrow/Hotel Collingwood 4th
8 Charlie Cooper Eden Veranda Racing 3rd
9 Lewis Martin Eden Veranda Racing 2nd
10 James Brickell Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3rd
11 Alex Collins Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3rd
12 Matthew Cox Giant Cycling Club - Halo Films 2nd
13 Harry Charles Gillingham and District Wheelers 4th
14 James Hywel-Davies Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
15 Joshua Reilly Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
16 Miles Davey Guernsey Velo Club 4th
17 Ethan Farrell Guernsey Velo Club 4th
18 Jack Hoskins Guernsey Velo Club 3rd
19 Alex Van Katwyk Guernsey Velo Club 4th
20 Joseph Clark I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd
21 Nicolas Kimish I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd
22 Harvey McNaughton I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd
23 Jack Noble I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd
24 Rhys Pilley Jersey Cycling Association 4th
25 Samuel Wadsley Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
26 Jacob Aries Primera-TeamJobs 3rd
27 Edward Hatfield Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
28 Gabriel Chinn Ride 24/7 3rd
29 Matty Hodgson Ride 24/7 3rd
30 Christopher Rothwell Ride 24/7 2nd
31 Oscar Twinning Ride 24/7 3rd
32 Red Walters Sotonia CC 3rd
33 Thomas Sewell VC Equipe - Flix 3rd
34 Jack Freeman VC Meudon 2nd
35 Ollie Williams VC Meudon 3rd
36 George Jones VC St Raphael 3rd
37 Oliver Beresford Velo Club Venta 3rd
38 Sam Malam Velo Club Venta 4th
39 Edward Rollitt Velo Club Venta 3rd
40 Oliver Winwood Bratchell Velo Club Venta 3rd
43 Etiene Georgi Giant CC Halo Films
Women
1 Laura Bailey 3C Cyclexperience 4th
2 Lizzy Campbell Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
3 Clare Parkin Elitevelo Kalas Sportswear CRT 4th
4 Jennifer Powell Elitevelo Kalas Sportswear CRT 2nd
5 Florence Cox Equipe Flamme Rouge 4th
6 Madeline Howden Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
7 Joanna Watts Guernsey Velo Club 3rd
8 Victoria Lovett I-Team Cyclists' Club 2nd
9 Kate Baker Performance Cycles 2nd
10 Joanne Jago Performance Cycles 2nd
11 Ellie Gilham Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
12 Fiona Redding Radeon-Bike Science RT 3rd
13 Sophie Herbert Southampton University RC 3rd
14 Hilde Oudman Starley Racing 3rd
15 Nicki Carr VC Equipe - Flix 2nd
16 Poppy Thompson VC Equipe - Flix 3rd
17 Jennifer Lemen Hogarth VC St Raphael 4th
18 Ashia Fenwick Velo Club Venta 3rd
19 Harriet Hernando Velo Club Venta 4th
20 Imogen Hutchings Velo Club Venta 3rd
21 Louisa Vere Velo Club Venta
22 Phoebe Davis VeloVitesse/ALLCAP/Push 2nd
23 Hollie Dowling West Wight Wheelers 4th

Prize List
Junior 1st £60, 2nd Retul Bike fit, 3rd £50*, 4th £30*, 5th £20*
Women 1st £60, 2nd £40, 3rd £50, 4th £30, 5th £20
Senior 1st £80, 2nd £60, 3rd £50, 4th £40, 5th £30, 6th £20, 7th £10, 8th £10
Main Sponsor The Hambledon!
£50 Most aggressive rider in each race sponsored by www.localriderslocalraces.co.uk
*Prendas Ciclismo vouchers



Sunday, 19 June 2016

Poole Wheelers Open 10, 19/06/16, Results


Provisional Results
Matt Langworthy a clear winner at the Gary Dighton Memorial 10 on the P415 Upton course
1 MATT LANGWORTHY MID DEVON CC 19.31
2 ANDY LANGDOWN BLAZING SADDLES 20.00
3 GARY CHAMBERS FAREHAM WH 20.03
4 LUKE CORNISH CWMCARN PARAGON 20.07
5 GREG PARKER VC ST RAPHAEL 20.13
6 JOHN SAMWAYS BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE 20.19
7 MARK DENNEY POOLE WH 20.20
8 SAM WADSLEY POOLE WH 20.25
9 CHARLES REES GILLINGHAM & DIST WH 20.27
10 PAUL JONES PRIMERA TEAMJOBS 20.28
11 BEN KEIGHTLEY PRIMERA-TEAMJOBS 20.30
12 BRYCE RIGLAR CC WEYMOUTH 20.31
13= ANDREW COOPER BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE 20.42
13= BEN BOARDMAN NEW FOREST CC 20.42
15 AARON KNEEBONE RN&RMCA 20.50
16=WAYNE PITMAN POOLE WH 20.52
16=WILLIAM GRAINGER ANDOVER WH 20.52
18 LEE MARSDEN POOLE WH 20.54
19 MARK STAFFORD PORTSMOUTH NORTH END 21.03
20 ARAN STANTON VC ST RAPHAEL 21.05
21 RAY CLARRIDGE GA CYCLES 21.09
22 MARK GRIFFITHS RT316 21.12
23 CHRIS PANDALL VC ST RAPHAEL 21.16
24 SIMON BEROGNA VC ST RAPHAEL 21.18
25 CHRIS MARTIN YEOVIL CC 21.21
26 GARY LOCK NEW FOREST CC 21.23
27 PAUL COOKE GILLINGHAM & DIST WH 21.24
28 BOB RICHARDSON BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 21.43
29 MICHAEL AKERS BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 21.45
30 LUKE TRUSSLER POOLE WH 21.46
31 SHAWN GRAY GILLINGHAM & DIST WH 21.50
32 RICHARD DAVIDSON POOLE WH 21.51
33=GRAHAM BRIGGS BATH RC 21.56
33=NICK JONES BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 21.56
35 CRAIG WESTON POOLE WH 21.57
36 SIMON BEARD YEOVIL CC 21.59
37 STEVE LEGG A3CRG 22.03
38 PETER HATT DEVIZES TOWN CC 22.05
39 GARY CURE BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 22.08
40 DARREN LEWIS POOLE WH 22.11
41 ALAN MILLWARD YEOVIL CC 22.13
42 HUGO BALDACHINNO YEOVIL CC 22.17
43 PETE PERRIN BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 22.19
44 PHILLIP CHINN FAREHAM WH 22.20
45 MARTIN BEALE VC ST RAPHAEL 22.33
46 STUART PECKHAM NEW FOREST CC 22.41
47 DUNCAN HERMER FIT TO RIDE 22.45
48 BRIAN GARRARD BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 22.52
49 MARK GERMAN 1ST CHARD WH 22.56
50 LUKE RENDALL POOLE WH 23.01
51 ADAM MITCHELL ZOOM TRI CLUB 23.02
52 JAMES HORTON POOLE WH 23.04
53 PETE WILSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 23.04
54 JIM KAY UNIVERSITY BATH CC 23.27
55 HOWARD PANKHURST POOLE WH 23.31
56 MARK BALLARD ZOOM TRI CLUB 23.34
57 GARY TUSKIN POOLE WH 23.36
58 STEPHEN SKINNER NEW FOREST CC 23.37
59 MATT BLYTHE BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 23.40
60 ALAN COOPER AVONLEA/TREASURE RT 23.51
61 ANDREW PARKHILL ZOOM TRI CLUB 24.05
62 DAVE DRIVER YEOVIL CC 24.19
63 JAMES CHANT OFF CAMBER 24.20
64 DAVE ENGLAND CRAMLINGTON CC 24.29
65 ADRIAN WATKINS TORNADO CC 24.30
66 TERRY BELBIN POOLE WH 24.34
67 COLIN CROCKER SOTONIA CC 24.35
68 JOHN BEAVEN 1ST CHARD WH 24.37
69 LOUISA COOPER BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 24.39 1ST LADY
70 TOM WOLLARD NORTHOVER VETS/RUDY PROJECT 24.42
71 SARAH WISE MUD SWEAT GEARS 24.53
72 =CHRIS MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DIST WH 24.57
72 =PAUL BROWN BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 24.57
74 PHIL HARVEY BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 25.08
75 ANDREW JACKSON CC WEYMOUTH 25.10
76 PHILLIP SPARKES NEW FOREST CC 25.11
77 SARAH WHEELER OFF CAMBER 25.14
78 WILLIAM SIMMONS BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 25.18
79 MICHAEL ROUND BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 25.36
80 DEAN WARD 1ST CHARD WH 26.10
81 DAVE ARROWSMITH BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC 26.43
82 ROBERT JOLLIFFE NEW FOREST CC 27.04
83 CHRIS SUMMERS SOTONIA CC 27.37
84 NORMAN HARVEY SOTINIA CC 27.58
85 DOUG WARD YEOVIL CC 29.06
86 PHIL MORRIS HANTS RC 30.21

Matt Langworthy, a clear winner at the Gary Dighton memorial 10 on the P415 Upton Course. Still only 19, the Devon-based
Rider made the most of a still, if rather unresponsive airflow to win by nearly half a minute. A steady stream of 18 riders were timed at less than 21 minutes, testimony to rising standards in depth in the sport.
Poole Wheelers took the team prize, thanks to Mark Denny, Sam Wadsley and Wayne Pitman. The best improver was won by Peter Hatt, and close behind, local man , Paul Brown, BJW.
Dave Driver won the standard prize and was very kind in donating a pristine copy of cycling weekly featuring Gary Dighton ,
just after his 1991 48.07 Comp. Record, taking 1.06 off the previous record on the H25/13b in Oxford.
An incredible athlete, it is an honour to run the event each year on Father’s Day, in his name. He is sorely missed.
Richard Davidson Organiser

Friday, 17 June 2016

European Base for Women's Academy Endurance Programme


 

EUROPEAN TRAINING BASE CONFIRMED FOR BRITISH CYCLING’S

WOMEN’S ACADEMY ENDURANCE PROGRAMME

 

British Cycling can confirm plans for a second base in Europe to host the women’s endurance senior academy.

 

The announcement follows the success of relocating the men’s endurance senior academy to Italy in February and, although the location cannot be publicly announced yet, preparations are well advanced with the base hosting the academy from early next year.

 

Performance Pathway Manager Ian Yates explains: “I’m pleased with the progress we’ve made in establishing a second European training base for our women’s endurance senior academy as this is the logical next stage in the programme’s evolution. Although the new training base will have similar elements to the men’s, it’s not an exact replica as it will be designed to meet the differing development needs of the women’s squad.

 

“The location we’re looking at is ideal in terms of proximity to world-class road racing and it also offers great access to a wide variety of training conditions and terrain. Similar to Italy, the base will also serve to benefit the whole programme and is another example of how we are striving to develop a world-class squad of riders for Tokyo 2020 and beyond.”

 

Coach Chris Newton said: “The women’s endurance academy programme has gone from strength to strength over the past year. We now have a squad of very talented young riders who relocated back to Manchester from Newport to benefit from the advantages of being close to British Cycling’s HQ and the support staff based here.

 

“The next step was creating a single team, Team Breeze, which meant they could ride together and ensure that individual development could be prioritised. Both these actions have already yielded positive results, including a top eight team pursuit ride at a Track World Cup, Emily Nelson’s excellent fifth place at the UCI Track World Championships in London and a couple of promising results on the road in the Women’s Tour Series.

 

“The next step is to look at increasing their road racing experience and we believe utilising a foreign training base will prove to be a great avenue to do this.”

 

Former junior world champion Emily Nelson said: “The opportunities we’ve been given by British Cycling this past year have been amazing and I’ve seen improvements in myself as a bike rider.

 

“As a second year senior academy rider, representing Great Britain at an elite track world championships was the highlight of my career so far. I learned so much from being in the same team as Laura Trott and Sir Bradley Wiggins, the whole experience was invaluable to me.

 

“Moving to a foreign training base is the next step in my development and I’m looking forward to seeing what else I can achieve as a result of this.”

 

Fellow senior academy rider Manon Lloyd said: “It’s been hugely inspiring recently to have Mark Cavendish training on the track with us, and to know that his success was partly down to an academy experience similar to the one we’re being offered is really exciting. Likewise, hearing how much the men’s academy riders are enjoying and benefitting from their training base is brilliant, and I can’t wait to relocate abroad.”

 


 

 

New Forest CC Club 25, 14/06/16, Report/ Results


P304 Rev 25m TT 14/06/2016

1 Stewart Ward 01:01:14 24.5
2 Lyndon Thompson 01:03:03 23.8
3 Bob Dowling 01:03:58 23.4
4 Richard Mason 01:05:05 23.0
5 Peter Trunwit 01:08:04 22.0
6 Andy Townsend 01:08:37 21.9
Peter Weaver DNF
Privates
1 Rob York 01:10:48 21.2 Christchurch BC
Chris Jolliffe DNF Crawley Whs
Ward takes maximum points with emphatic win

New Forest Cycling Club held a 25 mile TT on the revised P304 course in unpredictable weather conditions on Tuesday night. The normally well attended event had a limited field of participants due to the highly unpredictable weather that was being experienced in the region. Stewart Ward led the field home with a personal best on the course of 1:01:14 ahead of the improving Lyndon Thompson in 1:03:03. Stewart paced his effort around the course and steadily built his lead throughout the event. “I learnt a lot from my experience at the Chrono event on the Tour of Cambridge”, Stewart commented, “I felt more in control and confident of holding my effort, my numbers were good today”. Bob Dowling continued reap the rewards of a good winter’s training with a fine third place in 1:03:58, picking up the last Championship point on

Bournemouth Arrow Club 10, 16/06/16, Results


p311 Ringwood-Sopley-Ringwood
"Charlie Calvert wins our club champs on a road bike.
Good but wet conditions and was held up myself by 4x4 stopping in front of me when I was in full flow down the course - so annoying!!"


1 Antony Green New Forest CC 00:22:19 26.886
2 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:22:39 26.490
3 Gary Cure Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:06 25.974
4 Pete Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:38 25.388
5 Rupert Silman Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:23:48 25.210
6 Brian Garrard Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:55 25.087
7 Tim Crumpton VC St Raphael 00:24:02 24.965
8 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 00:24:27 24.540
9 Mark Ballard Zoom Tri 00:24:36 24.390
10 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:58 24.032
11 Martin Beale VC St Raphael 00:25:07 23.889
12 Jamie Williams Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:11 23.825
13 Peter Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:12 23.810
14 Jason Cakebread Christchurch BC 00:25:21 23.669
15 Andrew Khan Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:25:24 23.622
16 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:59 23.092
17 Lonella O'Herlihy Zoom Tri 00:26:33 22.599
18 Scott Warren Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:39 22.514
19 Debbie Hallett Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:27:02 22.195
20 Mike Round Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:27:13 22.045
21 Keith Rumball Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:28:25 21.114
22 Jim Firth Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:29:27 20.374

Thursday, 16 June 2016

CC Weymouth Club 10,14/06/16, Results


CC Weymouth Club 10, P451

1Chris Randall, VC St Raphael, 22:18
2 David Butt, CC Weymouth, 23:18
3 Charlie Lawson, CC Weymouth, 24:05
4 Nick Ireland, CC Weymouth, 25:21
5 Steve Trigwell, CC Weymouth, 25:23
6 Chris Ellis, CC Weymouth, 26:06
7 Phil Smith, CC Weymouth, 26:51
8 Rachel Hackman, RNRMCA, 27:58
9 Andrew Preston, CC Weymouth, 28:24
10 Sandra Hood, CC Weymouth, 38:25

Moreton Series, Wins for Hatfield & Haycock


Young Ed Hatfield (Primera-Teamjobs) edged out James Horton (Cannondale) by the tightest of margins to win the latest round of the Moreton series in Dorset. The 16 year old got the verdict after a good 10 minutes deliberation from the finish line judges and Horton had no complaint.
Some good handicapping kept the scratch group chasing beyond the bell, finally bringing the race together at the tight left hander that is turn 1. Graham Bliss (Mud Sweat ‘n Gears) punctured on the corner and came down, hindering a few but up front thoughts were turning to the inevitable sprint. Horton favours the left, Hatfield the right and it was one on one as Simon Merritt (UK Biking-Copyrite) faded to fourth.
Next up for Hatfield is the Regional Junior Championships, his aggressive style and willingness to get stuck in must make him a contender.
In the earlier Women’s race Molly Haycock ,17,(Bournemouth Arrow) used her racing guile, honed on the track, to comfortably win, having let others do the work.
The profile of Women’s racing has never been higher, the uptake, at Moreton, at least, never lower the 7 who signed on way down on the 20 plus of last year. The organisers efforts deserve better, use it or lose it! None of this is Haycocks concern, although disappointed with the low turnout, she sat on the back frustrating the hard working Laura Raynor (Westbury Wheelers) and Gail Brown (Bournemouth Uni CC) before clinically dispatching them at the line, hopefully a lesson learned.

Results
1 ED HATFIELD (PRIMERA-TEAMJOBS)
2 JAMES HORTON (CANNONDALE)
3 DANIEL MCQUILLAN (TRI UK)
4 SIMON MERRITT (UK BIKING COPYRITE)
5 MICHAEL WALKEY (PURBECK PELOTON)
6 JAMES MEAKIN (UK BIKING COPYRITE)
7 JULIAN LOCKWOOD (HUB CC)
8 WILL PAGE (PUH CARTELL)
9 ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK)
10 CHRIS MCLAUGHLIN (UK BIKING COPYRITE)
Womens
1 MOLLY HAYCOCK (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
2 LAURA RAYNOR (WESTBURY WHEELERS)
3 GAIL BROWN (BOURNEMOUTH UNI CC)
4 EMMA NEEDHAM (NORTH DORSET TRI)
5 CHARMAINE WALBY (MUD, SWEAT ‘N GEARS)

Portsmouth Evening Circuits 16/06/16, Results


Mountbatten Centre Cycle Track
YOUTH U10 [E]

1st 62 Amber Richardson Dg Portsmouth North End Cycling Club
2nd 61 Grace Richardson Dg Portsmouth North End Cycling Club
YOUTH U12 [C]

1st 41 Jamie WHITCHER C Poole Wheelers CC
YOUTH U14 [B]
Pos No Full Name Club Team
1st 40 Owen GILES B Portsmouth North End CC
2nd 37 Freddie HORNER B Behind the Bikeshed
3rd 21 Izzy BRICKELL Bg Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
4th 22 Freya RICHARDSON Bg Portsmouth North End CC
5th 38 Harvey McLEAN B Behind the Bikeshed
6th 39 Danny HAVEY B Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
YOUTH U16 [A]

1st 20 Samuel CLARK A I-Team Cyclists' Club
2nd 1 Caitlin PETERS Ag I-Team Cyclists' Club
3 / J3

1st 55 Stuart THOMPSON Andover Whls
2nd 75 James EBDON WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT
3rd 63 Joseph CLARK I-Team Cyclists' Club
4th 54 Cameron THOMPSON Andover Whls
5th 73 James MEAKIN UK-Biking/Copyrite
6th 66 Ryan WESTON Poole Wheelers CC
7th 60 Alex COLLINS Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
8th 62 Thomas TREAGUS Hargroves Cycles - Ridley RT
9th 65 Martin ROWLAND Poole Wheelers CC
10th 74 Adam HOLLEYMAN Wight Mountain RT
11th 51 Philip GLASGOW 3C Cyclexperience
12th 72 Kris COLLINS Team Wiggle
13th 77 Stuart HARVEY ASL 360
14th 71 Ian DONOHUE Southern Planning Practice Ltd
15th 61 Mark HERBERT Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
16th 57 Ben HUTTLY Brighton Mitre CC
17th 70 Shaun SMART Southdown Velo
18th 69 Norman MELLORS Rock N Road Cycles
19th 64 Howard RADCLIFFE I-Team Cyclists' Club
20th 78 Andrew MacKAY Sotonia CC
21st 80 Hilde OUDMAN Starley Racing
22nd 76 Ian HAYDEN WightlinkLCM Systems Cycle RT
23rd 79 Mark VALENTINE Poole Wheelers CC
24th 68 Paul GILES Portsmouth North End CC

E / 1 / 2 / J

1st 11 Lewis ATKINS Excel Pedal Heaven Academy
2nd 4 Harry VEALE Cycleworks.co.uk
3rd 2 Benjamin MARKS Cycleworks.co.uk
4th 8 Andy SHACKEL Team Wiggle
5th 12 Mike SMITH Cycleworks.co.uk
6th 10 Justin HOY NFTO
7th 5 George STAINTON-ELLIS Excel Pedal Heaven Academy
8th 1 Nicholas O'HARA 3C Cyclexperience
9th 7 Jamie CALDWELL Richardsons-Trek RT
10th 3 James VANIERIS Cycleworks.co.uk

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Poole Wheelers Club 10,15/06/16, Results


P412 Bulbury

"Adam won even with a puncture 0.5mile from the finish!"

1 ADAM TOPHAM HW 19.59
2 WAYNE PITMAN PW 20.37
3 MARK DENNEY PW 20.38
4 SAM WADSLEY PW 20.39
5 LEE MARSDEN PW 2050
6 STEVE PINK PW 21.10
7 RICHARD PORTER CCW 21.29
8 LUKE TRUSSLER PW 22.07
9 GARY CURE BACC 22.16
10 CRAIG WESTON PW 22.18
11 LUKE RENDALL PW 23.12
12 KEVIN HARRIS BJW 23.49
13 DUNCAN KERCHER FTR 22.33
14 GARY TUSKIN PW 24.08
15 LOUISA COOPER BJW 25.22
16 PHIL HARVEY BJW 25.25
17 FRED NEWTON WRC 26.12
18 RACHEL OXEY PW 29.58

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 25, 26/06/16, Start List


Provisional Start List P413/25
1 07:01:00 WILLIAM SIMMONS Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
2 07:02:00 MARTIN LEFERVE Bournemouth Arrow CC
3 07:03:00 Paul Edmonds Southampton Tri Club
4 07:04:00 Simon Beard Yeovil Cycling Club
5 07:05:00 Ben Keightley Primera-Teamjobs
6 07:06:00 Philip Burgin Newbury RC
7 07:07:00 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC
8 07:08:00 Frederick Newton Wessex Road Club
9 07:09:00 Andrew Jackson CC Weymouth
10 07:10:00 Aran Stanton Velo Club St Raphael
11 07:11:00 Martin Balk 3C Cyclexperience
12 07:12:00 Caroline Light Sarum Velo
13 07:13:00 Stephen Skinner New Forest CC
14 07:14:00 Norman Harvey Sotonia CC
15 07:15:00 Charles Rees Gillingham And District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles
16 07:16:00 David Arrowsmith CC Weymouth
17 07:17:00 John Beaven 1st Chard Wheelers
18 07:18:00 Aaron Kneebone Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
19 07:19:00 Sarah Wise Mud Sweatngears CC
20 07:20:00 Steven Pink Poole Whs
21 07:21:00 Kevin Harris Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
22 07:22:00 PETER TRUNWITT New Forest CC
23 07:23:00 Mark Usher Bike City T3
24 07:24:00 Jack Sheppard New Forest CC
25 07:25:00 Darren Lewis Poole Whs
26 07:26:00 Terry Belbin Poole Whs
27 07:27:00 Christopher Mullett Gillingham And District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles
28 07:28:00 Graham Lenton New Forest CC
29 07:29:00 Adrian Lane 1st Chard Wheelers
30 07:30:00 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
31 07:31:00 Hugo Baldacchino Yeovil Cycling Club
32 07:32:00 Richard Miles Bognor Regis CC
33 07:33:00 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC
34 07:34:00 Michael Akers Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
35 07:35:00 Andy Millward Yeovil Cycling Club
36 07:36:00 Mark German 1st Chard Wheelers
37 07:37:00 Doug Parker Sid Valley CC
38 07:38:00 Richard Porter CC Weymouth
39 07:39:00 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC
40 07:40:00 William Grainger Andover Wheelers
41 07:41:00 Laura Bartlett A3crg
42 07:42:00 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC
43 07:43:00 Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth
44 07:44:00 Chris Randall Velo Club St Raphael
45 07:45:00 Mark Denney Poole Whs
46 07:46:00 Rob Sherrin A3crg
47 07:47:00 John Chapman CC Weymouth
48 07:48:00 Lenny Brown Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
49 07:49:00 Rowan Ellis 1st Chard Wheelers
50 07:50:00 Stephen Williamson A3crg
51 07:51:00 Andrew Parkhill Zoom Tri Club
52 07:52:00 Oliver Berney Royal Sutton CC
53 07:53:00 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth
54 07:54:00 Paul Cooke Gillingham And District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles
55 07:55:00 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael
56 07:56:00 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
57 07:57:00 Gary Cure Bournemouth Arrow CC
58 07:58:00 Chris Summers Sotonia CC
59 07:59:00 Richard Davidson Poole Whs
60 08:00:00 Greg Parker Velo Club St Raphael
61 08:01:00 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC
62 08:02:00 Craig Mainprize 100% ME
63 08:03:00 Wayne Pitman Poole Whs