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Friday, 22 September 2017

Tornado RCC Sporting 10, 01/10/17, Start List



"This event could seriously shake up the Southern Sporting Series leader board being the penultimate round, as well as a new course record perhaps? A much bigger field than the same event back in April, and nice to see a lot of 'repeat customers' back riding the P337 sporting course."
1st October 2017
1 09:01:00 Ian Hayden Tornado Road Cycling Club Male Veteran
2 09:02:00 Richard Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Veteran
3 09:03:00 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers Male Senior
4 09:04:00 Michael Round Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Veteran
5 09:05:00 Richard Porter CC Weymouth Male Veteran
6 09:06:00 Richard Wyeth Tornado Road Cycling Club Male Veteran
7 09:07:00 Neil Dyble Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Veteran
8 09:08:00 stuart peckham New Forest CC Male Veteran
9 09:09:00 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael Male Veteran
10 09:10:00 Will Soloman Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Veteran
11 09:11:00 Sarah Wise CC Weymouth Female Senior
12 09:12:00 Zak Snell Tornado Road Cycling Club Male Junior
13 09:13:00 Drew Hosie ...a3crg Male Veteran
14 09:14:00 Lizzy Campbell IRIS Race Team Female Senior
15 09:15:00 Lyndon Thompson New Forest CC Male Veteran
16 09:16:00 Tarquin O'Sullivan Tornado Road Cycling Club Male Junior
17 09:17:00 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC Female Veteran
18 09:18:00 Darryl Barr ...a3crg Male Veteran
19 09:19:00 Claire Newman Crabwood CC Female Veteran
20 09:20:00 Craig Wallington Sarum Velo Male Senior
21 09:21:00 Faye Faber Bike Jockey CC Female Senior
22 09:22:00 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Veteran
23 09:23:00 Robert Veal New Forest CC Male Senior
24 09:24:00 Stephen Skinner Velo Club St Raphael Male Veteran
25 09:25:00 Tom Bandy Portsdown Hill CC Male Senior
26 09:26:00 Stephen Reynolds Andover Wheelers Male Senior
27 09:27:00 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Veteran
28 09:28:00 Liam Somerville Bike Jockey CC Male Senior
29 09:29:00 Max Webber Abbotts Ann Cycles Male Senior
30 09:30:00 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC Male Veteran
31 09:31:00 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael Male Veteran
32 09:32:00 Colin Mooney Portsdown Hill CC Male Veteran
33 09:33:00 Charlie Leech Southampton University Road Club Male Senior
34 09:34:00 William Sawyer Abbotts Ann Cycles Male Veteran
35 09:35:00 Dave Dent GS Stella Male Veteran
36 09:36:00 Chris Summers Sotonia CC Male Veteran
37 09:37:00 Michelle Lock GS Stella Female Veteran
38 09:38:00 James Boyman Hoops Velo Male Senior

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

CC Weymouth Club 10, 17/09/17, Results


P451/10 17th September 2017
Former multi-national champion Julia Shaw warms up for this weekends New Forest open 10 with a win in Dorset.
1 Julia Shaw Drag 2 Zero 00:23:46
2 Barry Hards CCW 00:23:56
3 Colin Brumble CCW 00:25:02
4 Rachel Hackman BBRT 00:27:59
5 Richard Anders Day Member 00:29:30
6 Stuart Carrington CCW 00:31:02

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Jurassic Coast Road Race,Start List



DUE TO ROAD CONDITIONS AROUND LULWORTH, THE RACE HAS BEEN SWITCHED TO THE MONKEY WORLD CIRCUIT.

Jack English (Estera-Adventure Cycles), Warren Jesse (Excel Pedal Heaven), Richard Cartland (TrainSharp), Gary Chambers (Nopinz), Tim Dunford (Renvale RT), Kim Little (Merida Factory Racing), Steve Calland , Simon McNamara (Southdown Bikes-Casco PET), Ryan Smith (Morvelo Basso), Will Page & Ben Lockett are among a full field for the Jurassic Coast road race on Sunday 24th September. Based at Wool in Dorset, the 57 mile race incorporates 5.7 laps of the Monkey World circuit and gets underway at 10:00am

1, Jake Hollins, Bath Cycling Club, 2nd cat
2, Samuel Westlake, Bristol RC, 2nd cat
3, Joshua Davies, CC London, 2nd cat
4, Jack English, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles, 2nd cat
5, Warren Jesse, Excel Pedal Heaven Academy, 2nd cat
6, Tom Stocker, Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma's, 2nd cat
7, Garth McColville, Honister '92, 2nd cat
8, Joseph Clark, I-Team Cyclists' Club, 2nd cat
9, Joseph Murray, London Dynamo, 2nd cat
10, Andrew Hitchens, Mid Devon CC, 2nd cat
11, Steven Jones (J), Mid Devon CC, 2nd cat
12, Ryan Smith, Morvelo Basso RT , 2nd cat
13, Phillip Cole, Mud Sweat n Gears CC, 2nd cat
14, Jake Yarranton, Pedal Heaven RT, 2nd cat
15, Patrick Biel, Pedalworks , 2nd cat
16, Ben Lockett, Private Member, 2nd cat
17, Will Page, Private Member, 2nd cat
18, Jack Wyllie, Retro RT, 2nd cat
19, Alex Fanshawe, Saint Piran, 2nd cat
20, Adrian Reynolds, Somerset RC - The Bicycle Chain, 2nd cat
21, Tim Southcombe, Somerset RC - The Bicycle Chain, 2nd cat
22, Brook Elgie, Sotonia CC, 2nd cat
23, Ed Slot, Sotonia CC, 2nd cat
24, James Peckham, Sotonia CC, 2nd cat
25, Red Walters (J), Sotonia CC, 2nd cat
26, Simon McNamara, Southdowns Bikes - Casco PET, 2nd cat
27, Steve Calland, Southdowns Bikes - Casco PET, 2nd cat
28, Ashley Fletcher, Southfork Racing.co.uk, 2nd cat
29, Graham Collins, Team Tor 2000 KALAS, 2nd cat
30, Alexander Cross (J), Team Vision Innovative Leisure, 2nd cat
31, Richard Cartland, trainSharp Club, 2nd cat
32, Luke Barfoot, Tri UK, 2nd cat
33, Alex Randall, Twickenham CC, 2nd cat
34, Chris McLaughlin (J), UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek, 2nd cat
35, Martin Rowland, UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek, 2nd cat
36, Lewis Winfield (J), VC Londres, 2nd cat
37, Daiman Law, VC Meudon, 2nd cat
38, James Plumb, Velo Club Venta, 2nd cat
100, Ben Kavanagh (J), Bath Cycling Club, 3rd cat
101, John Samways, Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers, 3rd cat
102, Jack Hoskins, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles, 3rd cat
103, Matthew Osborn, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles, 3rd cat
104, Michael Serafin, Guernsey Velo Club, 3rd cat
105, Sam Culverwell (J), Guernsey Velo Club, 3rd cat
106, Kim Little, Merida Factory Racing, 3rd cat
107, Gary Chambers, Nopinz, 3rd cat
108, Samuel Wadsley, Poole Wheelers CC, 3rd cat
109, Timothy Flynn, Poole Wheelers CC, 3rd cat
110, Emyr Davies, Rapha Cycling Club, 3rd cat
111, Timothy Dunford, Renvale RT, 3rd cat
112, Dorin Cam, Retro RT, 3rd cat
113, Jonathan Oxley, Ride 24/7, 3rd cat
114, Craig Wallington, Sarum Velo, 3rd cat
115, Richard Hamilton, Sarum Velo, 3rd cat
116, Russell Speight, Sotonia CC, 3rd cat
117, Jan Grosicki, Sussex Revolution Velo Club, 3rd cat
118, Oliver Winwood Bratchell (J), Velo Club Venta, 3rd cat
50, Joe Arundel, Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers, 4th cat
51, Marc Cox, Guernsey Velo Club, 4th cat
52, Sam Reed (J), Guernsey Velo Club, 4th cat

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Paceline RT 10, 16/09/17,Results


P881r Griggs Green 16/09/17
ProvisionalResult
1 JAMES BOYMAN HOOPS VELO 18.13
2 ROB SHARLAND PACELINE RT 18.20
3 JAMES RIX CRAWLEY WHEELERS 18.39
4 DAVID JANES VELOTON 18.41
5 CHRIS McNAMARA NUUN SIGMA SPORT 18.44
6 PAT WRIGHT PACELINE RT 18.45
7 ROBERT MOORE NUUN SIGMA SPORT 18.51
8 THOMAS WHATLEY PACELINE RT 18.55
9 JAMIE PINE NUUN SIGMA SPORT 18.56
=10 KEVIN TYE VELOREFINED.COM AEROSMITHS 19.00
=10 SAM WADSLEY POOLE WHEELERS 19.00
12 HOWARD BAYLEY BLAZING SADDLES 19.19
13 ADAM BIDWELL KINGSTON WH 19.20
14 JAMES WRIGHT CHARLOTTEVILLE CC 19.30
15 =PAUL LOCKYER NEW FOREST CC 19.34
=15 RYAN SMITH MORVELO BASSO 19.34
=15 NICK ENGLISH AEROCOACH 19.34
=15 JOHN SAMWAYS BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 19.34
19= STEVEN PINK POOLE WH 19.35
19= ANDY MEILAK VELOREFINED AEROSMITHS 19.35
21 ROBERT DRAKE ADDISCOMBE CC 19.36
22 ALAN MURCHISON DRAG2ZERO 19.37
23 ANGUS MACINNES RAF CA 19.38
24 NICK DWYER LEWES WANDERERS 19.44
25 SIMON BARBOUR AS TEST TEAM 19.45
26 STEVE DENNIS EAST GRINSTEAD CC 19.46
27 MATT KUERTZ SOUTHBOROUGH & DIST 19.58
28 ALICE LETHBRIDGE DRAG2ZERO 20.00
29 JAMES HORTON VC ST RAPHAEL 20.03
30 STEPHEN WILLIAMSON ...A3CRG 20.04
=31 NEIL GRUNSHAW KINGSTON WHEELERS 20.05
=31 PAUL HAYWOOD EPSOM CC 20.05
33 NIK ALLEN WORTHING EXCELSIOR 20.14
34 NICK JONES BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 20.18
=35 RICHARD GIFFORD QUICKFIT IN GEAR 20.21
=35 MATTHEW GRAY SPOKES 20.21
=37 JAMES FAWCETT HANTS RC 20.22
=37 STEVE COTTINGTON BATH CC 20.22
=39 CHRIS CAIN ANDOVER WH 20.24
=39 MIKE WILLIAMS POOLE WH 20.24
=41 JON ELLIOT MAIDENHEAD & DIST 20.27
=41 DAVID RUMM SOUTHBOROUGH & DIST 20.27
43 MICHAEL APPLEYARD LANCASHIRE RC 20.31
=44 PAUL BYFORD CRAWLEY WH 20.34
=44 STEVE LEGG ...A3CRG 20.34
45 JAMES CHURCHARD READING CC 20.35
=46 JAMES FRITCHLEY WESTBURY WHEELERS 20.36
=46 JAMES GOWARD FOUR4TH 20.36
48 KEVIN PLUMMER SOUTHDOWN BIKES 20.38
=50 SIMON BEROGNA VC ST RAPHAEL 20.41
=50 ANDY TEDD ...A3CRG 20.41
52 THOMAS PFEIFFER DULWICH PARAGON 20.43
=53 DAVID CLARK EASTBOURNE ROVERS 20.49
=53 DAVID SHEPPARD GS STELLA 20.49
55 PAUL SMITH VELOREFINED AEROSMITHS 20.59
=56 GAWIE NIENABER FARNHAM RC 21.00
=56 ANDREW THOMAS ...A3CRG 21.00
58 JAMES JOEL GARNER ...A3CRG 21.04
59 WILL SOLOMAN BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH 21.07
60 JAKE PRIOR VC ST RAPHAEL 21.08
=61 DAVE DAWKINS PORTSMOUTH NORTH END 21.09
=61 BARRIE WATKINSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 21.09
63 DARREN HEATH CHARLOTTEVILLE CC 21.13
=64 RICHARD TULLY ELITE CYCLING 21.16
=64 DAVID LOVELL ADDISCOMBE CC 21.16
=64 BEN BRANDON TEAM BOTTRILL 21.16
67 ANGELA CARPENTER ...A3CRG 21.18
=68 STUART MARTINGALE SOTONIA CC 21.20
=68 HAMISH WALKER BLAZING SADDLES 21.20
=70 NIGEL SIGN FARHAM WH 21.21
=70 JOHN GLAYSHER ...A3CRG 21.21
=72 JAMES CADNAM HOUNSLOW & DIST WH 21.23
=72 BEN HOUSTON EAST GRINSTEAD 21.23
74 SHAUN SMART SOUTHDOWN VELO 21.26
75 PETER HATT VC ST RAPHAEL 21.28
76 CHRISTIAN YATES EAST GRINSTEAD CC 21.31
=77 RICHARD MOORE WYNDYMILLA 21.32
=77 DREW HOSIE ..A3CRG 21.32
79 PERRY LEE SOUTHDOWN VELO 21.40
80 GARY FERRET HANTS RC 21.51
81 MIKE O GORMAN WORTHING EXCELSIOR 22.01
82 STUART THOMPSON ANDOVER WHEELERS 22.08
=83 SACH RING NEW FOREST CC 22.09
=83 JONATHAN THOMAS EPSOM CC 22.09
84 PETE FRANKS CHARLOTTEVILLE 22.14
85 THOMAS GOODYER PORTSMOUTH NORTH END 22.15
86 ROBERT GILMOUR HOUNSLOW & DIST WH 22.21
87 SARAH MATTHEWS ...A3CRG 22.23
88 KATIE CROWE DULWICH PARAGON 22.24
89 CAITLIN PETERS I-TEAM CC 22.28
90 ANTHONY GREEN NEW FOREST CC 22.44
91 MICHELLE WALTER BOURNEMOUTH ARROW 23.40
92 CLAIRE NEWMAN CRABWOOD CC 23.59
93 ROBIN YATES ADDISCOMBE CC 24.58
94 RACHEL LAMONT HANTS RC 25.42
95 ELAINE GARDNER ANDOVER WH 26.17
96 IMOGEN GIFFORD PRESTON PARK YOUTH CC 26.38
97 DEANNA FERRETT HANTS RC 27.44


TANDEMS
1 MARY CORBETT SOTONIA CC/STEVE WHITEWICK VELOREFINED 21.05
2 JOHN SAUNDERS/[AUL BATCHELOR CHARLOTTEVILLE CC 22.00

New Forest CC Autumn 10, Start List


James Boyman (Hoops Velo), Matthew Charlton (Farnboro & Camb), Greg Parker (CC Weymouth), Robert Moore (Nuun Sigma Sport London) & Julia Shaw (DRAG2ZERO) are among the entrants for the New Forest CC Autumn 10 mile Time Trial on the P311 at Ringwood on Saturday 23rd September. Course record holder Gary Chambers (NoPinz) (pictured) does not ride, having failed to recover from a knee injury, but his 20:34 set on Good Friday this year could come under threat if conditions are good. HQ Bisterne Village Hall
Tandems
1 14:01:00 Rob Merrifield TeamSpy Male Vet
2 14:02:00 Gary Kurth TeamSpy Male Senior

3 14:03:00 Emily Warner 3C Cyclexperience Female Senior
4 14:04:00 Jeff Edwards Team TFC Male Vet
5 14:05:00 Phil Morris Hampshire RC Male Vet
6 14:06:00 Barrington Day Fareham Wheelers CC Male Vet
7 14:07:00 Isabelle Parkes New Forest CC Female Vet
8 14:08:00 Matt Crawford DHCyclesport Male Senior
9 14:09:00 Pippa O'Brien RT PODA Female Vet
10 14:10:00 Daniel Bye Portsdown Hill CC Male Senior
11 14:11:00 Catherine Pascoe New Forest CC Female Vet
12 14:12:00 Natalie Bee TeamSpy Female Senior
13 14:13:00 Martin Bastable Gillingham And District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles Male Vet
14 14:14:00 Hanif Jetha Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Senior
15 14:15:00 John Payne Amersham Road Cycling Club Male Vet
16 14:16:00 Ali Walters Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Female Vet
17 14:17:00 Claire Newman Crabwood CC Female Vet
18 14:18:00 Chris Summers Sotonia CC Male Vet
19 14:19:00 Joy Payne Amersham Road Cycling Club Female Vet
20 14:20:00 Barry Packman Epsom CC Male Vet
21 14:21:00 Darren Cole Bike Jockey CC Male Senior
22 14:22:00 Dan Byrne Poole Whs Male Juvenile
23 14:23:00 Pete Coombs New Forest CC Male Vet
24 14:24:00 Lizzy Campbell IRIS Race Team Female Senior
25 14:25:00 James Eccleston Sarum Velo Male Senior
26 14:26:00 Neil Dyble Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
27 14:27:00 James Veal TeamSpy Male Vet
28 14:28:00 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC Male Vet
29 14:29:00 Gregor Lock Farnborough & Camberley CC Male Vet
30 14:30:00 Colin CROCKER Sotonia CC Male Vet
31 14:31:00 Andrew Parkhill Zoom Tri Club Male Senior
32 14:32:00 Antony Green New Forest CC Male Vet
33 14:33:00 Jamie Whitcher Poole Whs Male Juvenile
34 14:34:00 Jon Asbridge Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Male Vet
35 14:35:00 Richard Smith Velo Club Venta Male Vet
36 14:36:00 Martin Andrews Velo Club Venta Male Vet
37 14:37:00 Jonathan Hyndman Crabwood CC Male Vet
38 14:38:00 Euan Backus Zappi Racing Team Male Juvenile
39 14:39:00 Emma Needham CC Weymouth Female Senior
40 14:40:00 Justin Priest New Forest CC Male Vet
41 14:41:00 Michael Harrison North Hampshire RC Male Vet
42 14:42:00 Phil Guy North Shropshire Wheelers Male Vet
43 14:43:00 Adrian Watkins Tornado Road Cycling Club Male Vet
44 14:44:00 Tim Carman Farnborough & Camberley CC Male Vet
45 14:45:00 James Dick Tri Team Wessex Male Vet
46 14:46:00 Colin Mooney Portsdown Hill CC Male Vet
47 14:47:00 Thomas Day Poole Whs Male Juvenile
48 14:48:00 William Sawyer Abbotts Ann Cycles Male Vet
49 14:49:00 Tom Stocker Hargroves Cycles - Ridley - Montezuma's Male Senior
50 14:50:00 Richard Bradley 3C Cyclexperience Male Vet
51 14:51:00 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
52 14:52:00 Ian Sherin 3C Cyclexperience Male Vet
53 14:53:00 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
54 14:54:00 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
55 14:55:00 Jase Cakebread Christchurch Bicycle Club Male Vet
56 14:56:00 Jamie Susans Andover Wheelers Male Vet
57 14:57:00 Tom Bandy Portsdown Hill CC Male Senior
58 14:58:00 Richard Moore Wyndymilla Male Vet
59 14:59:00 David Triska Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Male Senior
60 15:00:00 David Walters Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Male Vet
61 15:01:00 Angela Carpenter ...A3crg Female Vet
62 15:02:00 Darryl Barr ...A3crg Male Vet
63 15:03:00 Rob Sherrin ...A3crg Male Vet
64 15:04:00 Stuart Martingale Sotonia CC Male Vet
65 15:05:00 Julia Shaw DRAG2ZERO Female Vet
66 15:06:00 Clint Oliver TeamSpy Male Vet
67 15:07:00 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
68 15:08:00 Paul Morris Fareham Wheelers CC Male Senior
69 15:09:00 Richard Porter CC Weymouth Male Vet
70 15:10:00 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
71 15:11:00 Lyndon Thompson New Forest CC Male Vet
72 15:12:00 Sacha Ring New Forest CC Male Vet
73 15:13:00 Barrie Watkinson Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
74 15:14:00 Paul Lockyer New Forest CC Male Senior
75 15:15:00 Steve Legg ...A3crg Male Vet
76 15:16:00 Julian Lockwood Primera-Teamjobs Male Vet
77 15:17:00 Neil Mackley Fareham Wheelers CC Male Vet
78 15:18:00 Mark Threlfall Team Bottrill / HSS Hire Male Senior
79 15:19:00 Jake Prior Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
80 15:20:00 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC Male Senior
81 15:21:00 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
82 15:22:00 Charlie Leech Southampton University Road Club Male Senior
83 15:23:00 Mark Denney Poole Whs Male Vet
84 15:24:00 Robert Moore Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT Male Senior
85 15:25:00 Greg Parker CC Weymouth Male Vet
86 15:26:00 Matthew Charlton Farnborough & Camberley CC Male Senior
87 15:27:00 James Boyman Hoops Velo Male Senior

Friday, 15 September 2017

Mountain Bike Youth Coaching Series, 2017/18



Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Mountain Bike Youth Coaching Series Winter Saturdays 2017 — 2018

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers will be running a series of off-road cycle sport coaching sessions for young people aged between 7 and 16 years old, starting from the Bournemouth Velodrome. The sessions will take place in largely traffic-free environments on and around Turbury Common and Canford Heath. The coach will be Richard Eastham, a qualified and accredited British Cycling coach with good experience working with young people in a sports coaching environment. Riders will need to wear their own helmet and suitable warm, weather-proof clothing. Unlike the summer track sessions, these off-road rides will happen even in wet weather! Riders will need a well-maintained mountain bike and must also bring along a drink and a snack. Those taking part in the sessions for the first time will need to submit a completed parental consent form. These sessions are FREE to members & Non-members alike!

Start/Finish Point: Bournemouth Velodrome BH10 4EP
Sessions Start: 10h00 / Session Close: 11h30

4th and 18th November 2017
2nd and 16th December 2017

6th and 20th January 2018
3rd and 17th February 2018
3rd and 17th March

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Tornado RCC Sporting 10, South DC Sporting Series.



The Tornado RCC Open 10 takes place on Sunday 1st October.Part of the South DC Sporting Time Trial Series on the P337 at Bransgore on the edge of the New Forest. Online entry HERE

Monday, 11 September 2017

Race Training School, Champions of the Future!


Rebecca Raybould
RACE TRAINING SCHOOL (RTS) SESSIONS AT WALES NATIONAL VELODROME, NEWPORT
The South Region has had a succession of riders that have gone on to be Junior & U23 / Senior European & World Champions on the track. To develop further our next champions, the Regional Board agreed to underwrite a series of seven Race Training School (RTS) sessions across the autumn, winter and spring months.
These sessions will be led by Ric Jamieson (ex-Great Britain Cycling Team Coach) who worked with a number of former Champions at Youth level. He will be supported by Graham Hurst of Poole Wheelers.
The sessions are for all female & male Youth A & B and Junior riders who are currently racing at a minimum of track league level and is also open to all U23 & senior women.
The content will be progressive across the sessions and will be aimed at setting riders up for next year’s season by giving in-depth skills & tactical advice. The sessions will also count towards track accreditation to enable them to race other track leagues.
Dates are as follows:
Sunday 01 Oct 2017 (11:00 – 14:00)
Wednesday 25 Oct 2017 (12:00 – 14:00) (1/2 Term Week)
Saturday 30 Dec 2017 (18:00 – 21:00)
Sunday 28 Jan 2018 (19:00 – 21:00)
Tuesday 13 Feb 2018 (14:00 – 17:00) (1/2 Term Week)
Sunday 25 Feb 2018 (19:00 – 21:00)
Sunday 25 Mar 2018 (11:00 – 14:00)
Entries can be made HERE
Places will be limited. For more info, please contact either Ric (ricjamieson:btinternet.com) or Graham (graham@hurstbro.co.uk)

CC Weymouth Club 22,10/09/17, Results


P436/22

1 Greg Parker CCW 00:52:57
2 Giles Greening Tri UK 00:53:03
3 Colin Brumble CCW 00:55:57
4 Steve Chalk CCW 00:58:46
5 Monty Knight MSG 00:58:55
6 Matt Pye CCW 01:02:07
7 Andrew Jackson CCW 01:07:16
8 Rachel Hackman BBRT 01:07:36

Sunday, 10 September 2017

British Cycling Chief Exec Hails Froome!



BRITISH CYCLING CHIEF EXECUTIVE HAILS CHRIS FROOME AFTER HISTORIC VICTORY IN THE VUELTA A ESPANA

Chris Froome has become the first British rider to win the Vuelta a Espana after beating Vincenzo Nibali over 21 gruelling stages to claim victory in Madrid.

Celebrating Froome’s success, British Cycling’s chief executive Julie Harrington said:

What Chris Froome has achieved over the last 12 months has cemented his place as one of Britain’s greatest sportsmen. To win the Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana in the same year puts him up there with the best Grand Tour riders in the history of the sport. The cycling community in this country and indeed the whole nation are extremely proud of him.”

Poole Wheelers Club 25, 10/09/17, Results (Inc Port Talbot Wh 25)


Martin Reeder
P413/15
1 STEVE PINK PW 54.27
2 PETE PERRIN BACC 56.32
3 STUART PECKHAM NFCC 57.32
4 TOM PILONI BJW 57.34
5 PETE WILSON BACC 59.22
6 MATT BLYTHE BACC 1.00.17
7 RUSS CORN 1.00.28
8 JACK WILTSHIRE OFF CAM 1.01.12
9 JASE CAKEBREAD CBC 1.02.03
10 PHIL HARRIS NFCC 1.03.01
11 MICHELLE WALTER BACC 1.03.57
12 ROB WICKHAM PW 1.04.12
13 MARTIN LEFERVE BACC 1.05.38
14 EINAR THORESON PW 1.07.43
15 MARTIN REEDER PW 1.09.44

Port Talbot Wheelers 25 10/09/17 R253H

1 Hamish Bond AeroCoach 45:51:00
2 Scott Davies Team Wiggins 47:40:00
3 Samuel Wadsley Poole Whs 49:34:00
4 James Rix Crawley Wheelers 50:06:00
5 Adam Wild Tyneside Vagabonds CC 50:25:00
6 Christopher Gibbard Bynea Cycling Club 50:28:00
7 Adam Bidwell Kingston Wheelers CC 50:30:00
8 Paul Jones Primera-Teamjobs 50:33:00
9 Sean Vincent Team Bottrill / HSS Hire 50:52:00
10 Nicholas Latimer Rutland Cycling Club 51:03:00
11 Henry Irvine Mid Devon CC 51:23:00
12 Luke Dix Cardiff Jif 51:45:00
13 SIMON GARRETT Worcester St. Johns CC 51:50:00
14 Alan Murchison DRAG2ZERO 52:05:00
15 Nick English AeroCoach 52:54:00
16 Andy Davies Cardiff Jif 52:55:00
17 Simon Drewett Fairly United Cycling Team 52:58:00
18 Emyr Griffiths Towy Racing Cycling Club (TRCC) 53:06:00
19 Paul David Fleming Preston Whs 53:12:00
20 Adrian Hughes Seamons CC 53:16:00
21 Tom Ellis Southampton University Road Club 54:14:00
22 Billy Jarish Lincoln Wheelers CC 54:24:00
23 Stuart Stow Twickenham CC 54:28:00
23 Howard Bayley Blazing Saddles 54:28:00
25 Dean Ware Merthyr CC 54:29:00
26 Colin Wallace Merthyr CC 54:41:00
27 Stephen Hall Lyme Racing Club 54:52:00
28 Simon Dighton Beacon Roads CC 55:12:00
29 Geoff Reynolds Hemel Hempstead CC 55:29:00
30 John Dowling Hemel Hempstead CC 55:35:00
31 Gareth Jones Clevedon & District Road Club 55:41:00
32 Jason Streather Velo Club St Raphael 55:44:00
33 Colin Lynch Manchester Wheelers 55:57:00
34 Chris Scawn Plymouth Corinthian CC 56:05:00
35 Edward Nunn Berkshire Tri Squad 56:09:00
36 Shaun Mchugh North Lancashire Road Club 56:28:00
37 CHRIS NEWMAN Farnham RC 56:29:00
38 Robert Hughes Ride Bike Wales 56:40:00
39 Gary Rickards Cheltenham & County Cycling Club 56:42:00
40 Nigel Clementson Wigan Whs CC 56:51:00
41 Steve Curry Ogmore Valley Wheelers CC 57:12:00
42 Phil Gayes Leek Cyclists’ Club 57:13:00
43 Jon Vickery Cwmcarn Paragon Road Club 57:41:00
44 Phil Barnes Team Swift 57:42:00
45 Martin Bullen Peterborough CC 57:56:00
46 Richard Coleman Stourbridge Velo 59:03:00
47 Andrew Newey Ribble Valley C&RC 59:06:00
48 Andy Hazell Mid Shropshire Wheelers 59:15:00
49 David Hargreaves North Lancashire Road Club 59:29:00
50 Matthew Smith Port Talbot Whs CC 01:04:43

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

UTAG 10, "Julian Jenkinson Memorial" 09/09/17,Start List



EVENT POSTPONED TILL SEPTEMBER 30TH
P881r A3 Griggs Green, Hants, Saturday 9th September 2017
1 15:01:00 Paul Flight Utag RT Male Vet
2 15:02:00 Martin Whitty ...A3crg Male Vet
3 15:03:00 Oliver Berney Royal Sutton CC Male Vet
4 15:04:00 Andrew Thomas ...A3crg Male Senior
5 15:05:00 Alistair Asher Team Quest - The Bike Shop Male Vet
6 15:06:00 Stephen Skinner Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
7 15:07:00 Mike Garner ...A3crg Male Vet
8 15:08:00 Stuart Grace GA Cycles Male Vet
9 15:09:00 Paul Bailey Utag RT Male Vet
10 15:10:00 Chris Jolliffe Crawley Wheelers Male Vet
11 15:11:00 Dan Charleston High Wycombe CC Male Vet
12 15:12:00 Michael Gowan Festival Road Club Male Vet
13 15:13:00 Tony Tuohy Redmon CC Male Vet
14 15:14:00 Matthew Butler Charlotteville Cycling Club Male Senior
15 15:15:00 Cliff Voller Newbury RC Male Vet
16 15:16:00 Sam Clarke Team Bottrill / HSS Hire Male Senior
17 15:17:00 Daniel Sharp Charlotteville Cycling Club Male Vet
18 15:18:00 Rick Hughes Worthing Excelsior CC Male Vet
19 15:19:00 Warren Hannington I-Team Cyclists Club Male Vet
20 15:20:00 Richard Blake Antelope Racing Team Male Vet
21 15:21:00 Mark Jones GS Stella Male Vet
22 15:22:00 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
23 15:23:00 Samuel Robinson Ashford Whs Male Senior
24 15:24:00 Colin Barton Worthing Excelsior CC Male Vet
25 15:25:00 Robert Charles Blazing Saddles Male Vet
26 15:26:00 Tom Houghton Brighton Excelsior CC Male Vet
27 15:27:00 Jase Cakebread Christchurch Bicycle Club Male Vet
28 15:28:00 Julian Porter Julian Porter Cycling Male Vet
29 15:29:00 Peter Franks Charlotteville Cycling Club Male Vet
30 15:30:00 Tom Bandy Portsdown Hill CC Male Senior
31 15:31:00 Stewart Ward New Forest CC Male Senior
32 15:32:00 Luke Trussler Poole Whs Male Vet
33 15:33:00 Michael Akers Julian Porter Cycling Male Senior
34 15:34:00 Craig Weston Poole Whs Male Vet
35 15:35:00 Phillip Chinn Fareham Wheelers CC Male Vet
36 15:36:00 James Fritchley Westbury Wheelers Male Senior
37 15:37:00 Paul Medcraft Dorking Cycling Club Male Vet
38 15:38:00 Ian White Farnham RC Male Vet
39 15:39:00 Perry Lee Southdown Velo Male Vet
40 15:40:00 Rich Heath Oxted Cycle Club Male Senior
41 15:41:00 Chris Lord Brighton Excelsior CC Male Vet
42 15:42:00 Stuart Stow Twickenham CC Male Vet
43 15:43:00 Peter Baker Lewes Wanderers CC Male Vet
44 15:44:00 Gary Allan GA Cycles Male Vet
45 15:45:00 Gary Ferrett Hampshire RC Male Vet
46 15:46:00 Nick Austin Sotonia CC Male Vet
47 15:47:00 Drew Hosie ...A3crg Male Vet
48 15:48:00 Stuart Thompson Andover Wheelers Male Vet
49 15:49:00 Jerry Bromyard ...A3crg Male Vet
50 15:50:00 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC Male Vet
51 15:51:00 Nigel Sign Fareham Wheelers CC Male Vet
52 15:52:00 Greg Tognarelli Racing Club Ravenna Male Vet
53 15:53:00 Jonathan Thomas Epsom CC Male Vet
54 15:54:00 Rob Sherrin ...A3crg Male Vet
55 15:55:00 Martin Headon Dulwich Paragon CC Male Senior
56 15:56:00 Peter Hatt Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
57 15:57:00 Shaun Smart Southdown Velo Male Vet
58 15:58:00 Patrick Brennan ...A3crg Male Senior
59 15:59:00 Chris Cain Andover Wheelers Male Vet
60 16:00:00 Paul Haywood Epsom CC Male Vet
61 16:01:00 Paul Morris Fareham Wheelers CC Male Senior
62 16:02:00 James Joel Garner ...A3crg Male Vet
63 16:03:00 David Shepherd GS Stella Male Vet
64 16:04:00 Terry Icke Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
65 16:05:00 Nick Young Yeovil Cycling Club Male Vet
66 16:06:00 Mark Bashford East Grinstead CC Male Senior
67 16:07:00 Lee Turner Sigma Sport.Co.Uk Male Vet
68 16:08:00 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
69 16:09:00 James Cadman Hounslow & District Whs Male Senior
70 16:10:00 Matt Harris TeamSpy Male Senior
71 16:11:00 Simon Collins Dulwich Paragon CC Male Vet
72 16:12:00 Neil Couchman Southborough & Dist. Whs Male Senior
73 16:13:00 James Nicholson Pure Motion Cycling Club Male Senior
74 16:14:00 Patryk Witkowski Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Senior
75 16:15:00 Adrian Blacker Norwood Paragon CC Male Vet
76 16:16:00 Andy Tedd ...A3crg Male Vet
77 16:17:00 Antony Bee Wigmore CC Male Vet
78 16:18:00 Paul Locker New Forest CC Male Senior
79 16:19:00 Darran Clare Blazing Saddles Male Vet
80 16:20:00 James Churchard Reading CC Male Vet
81 16:21:00 Antony Green New Forest CC Male Vet
82 16:22:00 John Sibley Utag RT Male Vet
83 16:23:00 TIM WALLIS Southampton University Road Club Male Senior
84 16:24:00 Paul Byford Crawley Wheelers Male Vet
85 16:25:00 Mike Appleyard Lancashire RC Male Vet
86 16:26:00 Adrian Talley Portsmouth North End CC Male Vet
87 16:27:00 James Griffin Trainsharp Male Senior
88 16:28:00 Richard Tully Elite Cycling Male Vet
89 16:29:00 Darren Heath Charlotteville Cycling Club Male Vet
90 16:30:00 Jake Prior Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
91 16:31:00 Martin Winter Twickenham CC Male Vet
92 16:32:00 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth Male Vet
93 16:33:00 Phil Wilks Sotonia CC Male Senior
94 16:34:00 Leon Fielding ...A3crg Male Vet
95 16:35:00 Nicolas Stagg Hounslow & District Whs Male Vet
96 16:36:00 Ryan Smith Morvelo Basso RT Male Senior
97 16:37:00 Brendan Reese Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
98 16:38:00 Mark Stafford Portsmouth North End CC Male Vet
99 16:39:00 Chris Loake Pure Motion Cycling Club Male Senior
100 16:40:00 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
101 16:41:00 James Peckham Sotonia CC Male Senior
102 16:42:00 Andrew Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Senior
103 16:43:00 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
104 16:44:00 Tom Lane Latchem Sunwise RT Male Senior
105 16:45:00 Dan Sadler RT 316 Male Vet
106 16:46:00 Nick Wilson Rye & District Wheelers CC Male Vet
107 16:47:00 Thomas Pfeiffer Dulwich Paragon CC Male Vet
108 16:48:00 Gillian Reynolds Willesden CC Female Vet
109 16:49:00 Eileen Duff Fareham Wheelers CC Female Senior
110 16:50:00 Elaine Gardner Andover Wheelers Female Vet
111 16:51:00 Deanna Ferrett Hampshire RC Female Vet
112 16:52:00 Gemma Hayes East Grinstead CC Female Senior
113 16:53:00 Robyn Yates VTTA (Surrey & Sussex) Female Vet
114 16:54:00 Joanna Wells Hounslow & District Whs Female Vet
115 16:55:00 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC Female Vet
116 16:56:00 Marianne Holt Fareham Wheelers CC Female Senior
117 16:57:00 Jacintha Hamilton-Love Dulwich Paragon CC Female Senior
118 16:58:00 Kirsty McSeveney Fareham Wheelers CC Female Senior
119 16:59:00 Louisa Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Female Senior
120 17:00:00 Rachael Elliott DRAG2ZERO Female Senior
121 17:01:00 Adam Evans Banjo Cycles.Com/Raceware/Specialized Male Vet
122 17:02:00 Mark Denney Poole Whs Male Vet
123 17:03:00 Edward Nunn Berkshire Tri Squad Male Senior
124 17:04:00 Andy Smith Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
125 17:05:00 Jeremy Ponting Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Male Vet
126 17:06:00 Mike Piper Abellio - SFA Racing Team Male Vet
127 17:07:00 Howard Bayley Blazing Saddles Male Vet
128 17:08:00 Simon Barbour AS Test Team Male Senior
129 17:09:00 Stephen Williamson ...A3crg Male Vet
130 17:10:00 Tom Morris Portsmouth North End CC Male Senior
131 17:11:00 Angus MacInnes Royal Air Force Cycling Association Male Vet
132 17:12:00 Matthew Downie Primera-Teamjobs Male Espoir
133 17:13:00 Jon Hughes Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Male Vet
134 17:14:00 James Wright Charlotteville Cycling Club Male Vet
135 17:15:00 Samuel Wadsley Poole Whs Male Espoir
136 17:16:00 Andrew Meilak VeloRefined.Com Aerosmiths Male Vet
137 17:17:00 David Emery Dulwich Paragon CC Male Vet
138 17:18:00 Matt Peel Redhill CC Male Senior
139 17:19:00 Charles Mitchell ...A3crg Male Senior
140 17:20:00 John Samways Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
141 17:21:00 Andy Langdown Blazing Saddles Male Vet
142 17:22:00 Thomas Whatley Paceline RT Male Senior
143 17:23:00 Thomas Key Primera-Teamjobs Male Senior
144 17:24:00 Keith Lea Paceline RT Male Vet
145 17:25:00 Kevin Tye VeloRefined.Com Aerosmiths Male Vet
146 17:26:00 Christopher Mcnamara Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT Male Vet
147 17:27:00 Liam Maybank Twickenham CC Male Vet
148 17:28:00 James Rix Crawley Wheelers Male Vet
149 17:29:00 James Boyman Hoops Velo Male Senior
150 17:30:00 Rob Sharland Paceline RT Male Senior
Reserve -- David Lugton Portsdown Hill CC Male Senior
Reserve -- Simon Craig-McFeely ...A3crg Male Vet
Reserve -- Michael Harrison North Hampshire RC Male Vet
Reserve -- Joe Reynolds Portsmouth North End CC Male Senior
Reserve -- Ron Hooper Fareham Wheelers CC Male Vet
Reserve -- Paul Winkley East Grinstead CC Male Vet

151 17:31:00 Mary Corbett Sotonia CC Female Vet
151 17:31:00 Norman Harvey Sotonia CC Male Vet
152 17:32:00 Erica Fogg Utag RT Female Senior
152 17:32:00 Stephen Whitewick VeloRefined.Com Aerosmiths Male Vet

Jurassic Coast Road Race 2017, Entries Still Open


Entries are still open for the Jurassic Coast race at Wool in Dorset, the last throw of the dice perhaps for 2/3/4 cat riders on the south coast. The 56 mile race on the Lulworth circuit features 4000ft of climbing over 10 laps with the finish line high above Lulworth Cove on the world heritage listed coast line.

Enter on line HERE

The Jurassic Coast Road Race Sunday 24th September, Start 10:00
HQ D'Urberville Village Hall, Colliers Lane, Wool, Dorset, BH20 6DL

Riders Entered as of 05/09/17
Adrian Reynolds, Somerset RC - The Bicycle Chain
Alex Fanshawe, Saint Piran
Andrew Hitchens, Mid Devon CC
Andrew Teale, Retro RT
Ashley Fletcher, Southfork Racing.co.uk
Ben Lockett, Private British Cycling Member
Brook Elgie, Sotonia CC
Charlie Beake, Tri UK
Chris McLaughlin, UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
Christopher Hezelgrave, Cycling Club Hackney
Craig Wallington, Sarum Velo
Daiman Law, VC Meudon
Dorin Cam, Retro RT
Emyr Davies, Rapha Cycling Club
Graham Collins, Team Tor 2000 KALAS
Jack English, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles
Jack Hoskins, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles
Jack Wyllie, Retro RT
Jake Yarranton, Pedal Heaven RT
James Peckham, Sotonia CC
James Plumb, Velo Club Venta
Joe Arundel, Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
John Samways, Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
Joseph Clark, I-Team Cyclists' Club
Joseph Murray, London Dynamo
Joshua Davies, CC London
Julian Lockwood, Primera-TeamJobs
Kim Little, Merida Factory Racing
Lewis Winfield, VC Londres
Luke Barfoot, Tri UK
Marc Cox, Private British Cycling Member
Martin Rowland, UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
Ryan Weston UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek
Matthew Osborn, Estera powered by Adventure Cycles
Michael Serafin, Guernsey Velo Club
Michael Smith, Retro RT
Philip Hopley, Radeon-Bike Science RT
Phillip Cole, Mud Sweat n Gears CC
Richard Cartland, trainSharp Club
Richard Hamilton, Sarum Velo
Russell Speight, Sotonia CC
Ryan Smith, Morvelo Basso RT
Sam Culverwell, Guernsey Velo Club
Sam Reed, Guernsey Velo Club
Simon McNamara, Southdowns Bikes รข€“ Casco PET
Steven Jones, Mid Devon CC
Tom Clements, Offcamber
Warren Jesse, Excel Pedal Heaven Academy

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Peters Takes Gold in Junior 10!


Caitlin Peters (i-Team CC) won the National Junior 10-Mile Championships in Cumbria, clocking 24:00 on a windy day to claim the title by 17 seconds from Miriam Jessett (Tyneside Vagabonds CC). Fareham-based Peters who also won silver in the National 25 mile event and was celebrating her 16th birthday told "LR,LR"

"The course was more windy than I was expecting but luckily the rain held off. I could see my minute man for the majority of the ride and managed to catch her after 6 miles. The drag after the roundabout was hard as you were already in the red and were now facing the wind. With about a mile and a half to go I gave it everything all the way to the finish. I felt good,comfortable during the ride but wasn't sure that I'd won it. To find out I had was a massive relief and it's a great birthday present!!! Up until now I've had 4 over all 2nd places but to take the top spot this time felt awesome!"

In the junior mens Championship, Jacob Aries (Primera-teamjobs) came 7th in 21:06, with teammate Tom Temple, 9th, 21:19, Jake Wright (Zappis RT) took the title with 20.15.

Race Abandoned as Horse Scatters Peloton!


The Gillingham & District Wheelers "John Holman Memorial" was abandoned after a horse jumped a field gate into the peloton shortly after the start. With one rider needing hospital treatment the race was left without ambulance cover and with heavy rain continuing to fall the decision to call the race off was taken. John Holman, who passed away earlier this year, was a long time member of the Gillingham club and a great supporter of local racing,always marshalling and helping out. Before the race, riders toasted John with their bidons at a wet Henstridge Airfield on the Dorset/Somerset border. Barely a mile into the 60 mile race the horse cleared a 5-bar gate before scattering the peloton, Robin Burrow (Team Botrill HSS Hire) suffered a suspected fractured pelvis and was airlifted to Southmead Hospital,Bristol, the horse was later safely recovered. Several other riders suffered minor injuries including Kim Little (Merida Factory Racing) & Tom Clements (Off Camber) who both assisted the paramedics. Initially it was hoped to restart the race but with the rain getting heavier there was little enthusiasm from the cold wet bunch and with conditions worsening, Chief Commisaire Lawrence Heaven took the decision to abandon the event. Burrow told "LR,LR" "Im not great,i have multiple fractures on my pelvis and another on my spine,i was airlifted to Yeovil, stabilised there, then blue lighted to Southmeads. After operating the doctors have told me i will be hospital for two weeks and then on crutches for another 12 weeks. It was pretty traumatic!I am Very grateful to all those who helped , I'll thank people in due course,when i'm less spaced out!"



Saturday, 2 September 2017

B&DWCA Club Two-Up 10, 02/09/17, "Petit Prix Des Dames", Results


Lizzy Campbell & Tom Stocker
P311

1 Lizzy Campbell Iris Race Team & Tom Stocker Hargroves 23.33
2 Michelle Walter BACC & Lyndon Thomas NFCC 23.55
3 Isabel Sharp & Jamie Whitcher Poole Wh 25.34
4 Nicole Wall & Ian Wall Sotonia CC 28.51
5 Wendy Pails Crabwood CC & Ray Hughes Clarence Wh 30.00
6 Linda Connor & Darryl Marcus-Hanks Southampton Tri Club 30.38
7 Joanne McCarthy & William Drabkin Sotonia CC 30.47
DNF Donna Lovelock Iris Race Team & Matt Dixon Sotonia

Tandem:
Joy & John Radford Sotonia CC 27.50
Solos:
Dan Byrne Poole Wh 25.06
Claire Newman Crabwood CC 26.39
Timekeepers:
Julian James, Dave Crocker & Paula Miller
Other helpers:
Ann Miller, Linda Connor, Donna Lovelock, Martin Napier,
Clive Peskett & Jacky Prosser

CC Weymouth Club 18,02/09/17, Results


Steve Pink
Hilly 18!
1 STEVE PINK PW 44.36
2 JAMES HORTON VCSTR 45.36
3 GILES GREENING TRI UK 46.06
4 STEVE CHALK UNATT 50.19
5 RUPERT SILMAN BJW 50.55
6 COLIN BRUMBLE CCW 51.10
7 EMMA NEEDHAM CCW 54.08
8 ANDREW JACKSON CCW 59.01
9 RACHEL HACKMAN IRIS RT 1.05.43


P451/10 19th August 2017

1 Dan Murphy CCW 00:22:57
2 Colin Brumble CCW 00:23:21
3 Rubert Silman BJW 00:24:29
4 David Butt CCW 00:24:38
5 Steve Trigwell CCW 00:25:05
6 Rachel Hackman BBRT 00:28:32
7 Stuart Carrington CCW 00:31:57


P451/5 15th August 2017

1 James Horton VC St Raphael 00:09:26
2 Jon Brunfield PCS 00:09:29
3 Patrick Dunn CCW 00:09:33
4 Patryu Witkowski BJW 00:09:42
5 Colin Brumble CCW 00:09:44
6 Dan Murphy CCW 00:09:53
7 David Butt CCW 00:10:01
8 Phil Cole MSG 00:10:12
9 Steve Trigwell CCW 00:10:19
10 Nick Ireland CCW 00:10:24
11 Andy Aiken Day Member 00:10:39
12 Rachel Hackman BBRT 00:10:59
13 Emma Needham CCW 00:11:13
14 Lee Chalk Day Member 00:11:16
15 Ian Miller CCW 00:11:23
16 Gordon Scott CCW 00:11:25
17 Billy Brumble Day Member 00:11:26
18 Simon Bendel Brixton CC 00:12:04
19 Stuart Carrington CCW 00:12:41

Friday, 1 September 2017

Sixpenny Brewery Road Race, Start List



56 Mile race for 3/4 Cat Riders Depart 10:00am
The event headquarters will open at 0800hrs and will be signed HQ as you come in from the A354 (main road)
Pimperne Village Hall Northfield Road, Pimperne Dorset, DT11 8UU

Race HQ is at Pimperne Village Hall. Roll out from hall and head South east for 500m along Chruch Road, before turning left onto the A354 heading north east towards Salisbury.
Exit 30 mph into national speed limit, end of neuteral section, and continue along A354 for approx 3.6 km where you reach a staggered crossroads at Tarrant Hinton. Turn left and enter the valley road.
Follow the valley road north west through Tarrant Hinton and along into Tarrant Gunville, there are a few narrow sections so beware. Continue along through Tarrant Gunville on the valley road and pass through two narrow chicanes that will be marshalled but still take care and onto the base of the climb up Stubhampton Hill.
At the top of the climb turn left at a staggered crossroads onto the C13 heading south. Continue along the C13 heading south and descending for 6.2 km, passing the entrance to the Sunrise Business Park just before the roundabout with the A350.
Turning left at the roundabout continue along A350 for 600m onto the roundabout with the A354. Turn left at this roundabout and drop down for 2km into the village of Pimperne (30mph) and complete 1 lap, 12.3miles


Prize List:

Overall: supplied by:


1st £60 + weight of winning bike in Sixpenny Brewery Beer
2nd £40
3rd £30
4th £20
5th £10
Over 40 vets: supplied by:
1st £50
2nd £30
3rd £20

Prime: supplied by: @tucktopiaevents
1st £10 + goodie bag
2nd £5 + goodie bag
The prime will be contested on the 3rd time across the Prime Line at Collingwood corner. The hill out of Pimperne towards Tarrant Hinton.

Prizes will be presented after the race. You cannot win two prizes, so you will be allocated the higher value prize and then your other position prize will roll over to the next eligible rider. Any rider not present will forfeit the award at the discretion of the organiser.

Riders
Joe Arundel Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 4th
Adam Baker Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
Will Baker Performance Cycles 3rd
Graham Biles * Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 3rd
Nick Carroll Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 3rd
Tom Carter Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 3rd
Harry Chamberlain Southampton University RC 3rd
Nick Clarke Lovelo Cinelli RT 3rd
Edward Collins * Team Tor 2000 KALAS 3rd
Ben Coogan * Cotswold Veldrijden 3rd
David Cooper * Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 4th
Steven Cowley * Army Cycling Union 3rd
Bobby Cowsill Cycle Sport South Hams 3rd
Sam Culverwell Guernsey Velo Club 3rd
Robert Dickinson Army Cycling Union 4th
Edmond Dixon Bicester Millennium CC 4th
Kevin Egan Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
Timothy Flynn Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
Stuart Gourley Radeon-Bike Science RT 3rd
Shawn Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
Kerry Greenham * Coventry Road Club 3rd
William Hayes * UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 4th
Thomas Hogan Ride 24/7 3rd
Philip Hopley Radeon-Bike Science RT 4th
Peter Humphreys Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
Robert Jones * Performance Cycles 3rd
Kim Little * Merida Factory Racing 3rd
Robert McEwan Army Cycling Union 4th
Robert McGrath * Gloucester City Cycling Club 3rd
Gethin Musk Performance Cycles 3rd
David Pusey Primera-TeamJobs 4th
Sam Reed Guernsey Velo Club 4th
Charles Rees Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
Tony Revell Offcamber 4th
Darren Rhymer * Somer Valley CC 3rd
Michael Rogers Plymouth Corinthian CC 3rd
David Rutty * VC Bristol Webbs of Warmley 3rd
John Samways * Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 3rd
Tom Scott Offcamber 4th
Robert Slocombe * Offcamber 3rd
Russell Speight Sotonia CC 3rd
Simon Starling * Salt & Sham Cycle Club 4th
Joe Staunton Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 3rd
Alistair Stubbs Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 3rd
Roger Theron VC Meudon 3rd
Duncan Towner * Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 4th
Matthew Twist 4th
James Veal * TEAMSPY 3rd
Paul Waite * Offcamber 3rd
Craig Wallington Sarum Velo 3rd
Claude Weston * Salisbury Road and Mountain CC 4th
Jack Whitehouse Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
Archie Whyte * Ride 24/7 3rd
Phil Wilks Sotonia CC 3rd
Simon Williams Bath Cycling Club 3rd
Oliver Williams Dulwich Paragon CC 3rd
Tom Williams Cardiff Ajax CC 3rd
Aden Wills Team Tor 2000 KALAS 3rd
Christopher Wilson UK-Biking/Bmth Cycleworks/Trek 3rd
Ben Young Performance Cycles 4th

Reserves
Matthew Boulton SW Rouleurs 4th
Emyr Griffiths Racing Club Ravenna 4th
Gareth Harris 4th
Patrick Henry 3rd
Ben Leo 4th
Alec Rich Yeovil CC 4th
Elliot Watts Yeovil CC 4th
Samuel Whitehead Bristol South CC 4th
Adam Whitehead Bristol South CC 3rd




TLI Road Championships


The second round of the TLI Cycling National Road Race Championships takes place on Sunday, 10th September on the Siddington circuit in Cheshire. This year the event incorporates the Parkinson Memorial Road Race and is organised by Jill Wesley on behalf of the Macclesfield Wheelers Cycling club.

Due to the popularity of the championships which each year sees the red, white and blue banded national championship jersey awarded to each age category winner, the events are being run over two separate days. The first was dedicated to events for C,D,E,F,G,H categories and junior female members. This second event is for S,M,A,B categories and junior male members, and kicks off at 10.00am. Race headquarters is at the Allostock Village Hall, Chapel Lane, Allostock WA16 9LN.

The winner of each age category will receive a national championship jersey and gold medal, with the 2nd and 3rd riders claiming silver and bronze medals.

Unfortunately not a single female entry was received by the event closing date even though they are encouraged to compete by the unisex nature of TLI Cycling's age category structure. Females are allocated an age category which is typically 3 bands above that of a male competitor of the same age, which means for example that females aged 30 to 39 directly compete in the same category as males aged 50 to 54, so the lack of interest is surprising.

The Glenn Longland 2 Day, run under TLI rules takes place October 7th/8th at Downton in Wiltshire and is open to both men & women

Three Silvers for GB at Para-Cycling Worlds


THREE SILVERS FOR GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM AT UCI PARA-CYCLING ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Great Britain Cycling Team won three time trial silver medals on day two of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.

Ben Watson took C3 silver on his international debut before the tandem duos of Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby and Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall added two more silver medals to the tally in South Africa.

Bate and Duggleby won their first ever world championships medal - on either the road or the track - in the men’s B time trial.

The pair crossed the line in 39:20.930 to take silver - just 3.66 seconds behind Poland’s Polak and Ladsoz who took gold.

The British duo had produced a stunning ride to finish second after suffering a mechanical on the start line which cost them 25 seconds - making the silver medal a bittersweet moment.

There was a third British silver medal in the women’s B time trial, Lora Fachie and her pilot Corrine Hall finishing five seconds behind the Irish duo of Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal.

Andover Wheelers Club 10, 29/08/17, Results



P604c Clanville 10
1 Matthew Buckley Andover Wheelers 00:21:23 28.06
2 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:21:55 27.38
3 Kevin Baker NFTO 00:21:57 27.33
4 Richard Hamilton 00:22:12 27.03
5 Neil Adlem Andover Wheelers 00:22:14 26.99
6 Chris Cain Andover Wheelers 00:23:10 25.90
7 Dave West 00:23:30 25.53
8 Jim Susans Andover Wheelers 00:23:31 25.51
9 Gary Parmenter Andover Wheelers 00:23:42 25.32
10 Will Matthews Andover Wheelers 00:24:01 24.98
11 Mitch Webber/Lili McLean Bike Channel Canyon 00:24:13 24.78
12 Nik Burrell Andover Wheelers 00:24:28 24.52
13 Nick Dooley 00:24:34 24.42
14 Mike Webber Andover Wheelers 00:24:50 24.16
15 Kyle Boyd 00:24:51 24.14
16 Richard Jansen Andover Wheelers 00:24:52 24.13
17 Steve Reynolds 00:24:53 24.11
18 Tom Smith 00:25:07 23.89
19 Adel Tyson-Bloor Cannondale Girls RT 00:25:12 23.81
20 Ben Ferris Andover Wheelers 00:25:15 23.76
21 Dan Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:25:22 23.65
22 Gary Richardson Andover Wheelers 00:25:30 23.53
23 Jamie Sturgess Andover Wheelers 00:25:39 23.39
24 Karl Brooks Andover Wheelers 00:25:41 23.36
25 Mike Boardman 00:25:53 23.18
26 Brian Page Andover Wheelers 00:27:11 22.07
27 Sarah Webber Andover Wheelers 00:27:27 21.86
28 Alex Hall Andover Wheelers 00:27:33 21.78
29 Ian Knight Andover Wheelers 00:27:55 21.49
30 Bridget Colloby Andover Wheelers 00:28:08 21.33
31 Chris Marfell Andover Wheelers 00:28:13 21.26
32 Paul Daley Andover Wheelers 00:28:23 21.14
33 Chris Summers Sotonia CC 00:28:36 20.98
34 Chris Maycock Andover Wheelers 00:28:37 20.97
35 Elaine Gardner Andover Wheelers 00:29:34 20.29

Silver for Watson at Para-Worlds


SUPERB SILVER FOR BEN WATSON AT UCI PARA-CYCLING ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Great Britain Cycling Team’s Ben Watson won time trial silver on his UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships debut.

The British rider stopped the clock in the C2 race in 33:26.110 to reach the podium in Pietermaritzburg.
His British teammates Simon Price and Crystal Lane-Wright finished ninth and fifth respectively.

Watson was not only making his world championships debut, but his first ever appearance for the Great Britain Cycling Team and made a superb start to his international career.

The British rider held first place after the opening lap, clocking the fastest run in the men’s C2 category by crossing the line in 10:49.

By the end of the second lap, the lead had switched places with Canada’s Michael Sametz - a bronze medallist in the time trial at the Rio Paralympics - edging out an eight second gap.


Sametz showed his experience in the final lap to go further ahead, finishing his run in 32:48.920 - the only rider to go under 33 minutes.

But Watson’s consistent riding demonstrated his time trialling ability, and he crossed the line 37 seconds behind the Canadian to win silver.

Bronze went to Esneider Munoz Marin of Colombia, around 52 seconds behind Watson.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Bjergfelt Proud to Make Worlds Debut


BJERGFELT PROUD TO MAKE GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DEBUT

South Region rider Will Bjergfelt will fulfil a life-long dream when he makes his debut in Friday’s time trial at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.

Bjergfelt first represented the Great Britain Cycling Team at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Maniago in May, before winning a bronze medal in the road race at July’s world cup in Emmen as an independent rider.

Riding for his country at a world championship is a dream that Bjergfelt has held for some time.

“I’ve dreamed of being part of the Great Britain Cycling Team since I was 20 years old. I’m now 38 years old, so 18 years on realising that dream has been incredible.

“I’m incredibly proud to be putting on my national kit and representing my country.”

Bjergfelt’s journey to South Africa hasn’t been easy, having first being involved in the Great Britain Cycling Team as a mountain bike rider in 2007.
Bergfelt at the South Region Champs 2017

After being hit by a car while out on a training ride in 2015, he has endured a long period of physiotherapy and recovery, returning to the saddle in January 2016 several months ahead of schedule.

“I swapped over to the road in 2009 and had a very successful season in 2015, then unfortunately in September 2015 I was hit by a car and my lower right leg was almost completely demolished.

“The resulting injuries from that have allowed me to be a para-cyclist in the C5 category, and going forwards British Cycling took an interest in me to work towards medals in para-cycling.”

After riding at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup as an independent in 2016, Bjergfelt was named on the Podium Potential programme in May, and now has his sights set firmly on a rainbow jersey.

“You have to work so hard to get one, but I’m fully determined to pull one over my head.

“I can see that the competition is so close at the top but I’m chasing that dream right now.”

Sixth at Para-Worlds for Collis-Mccann


SIXTH IN TIME TRIAL ON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DEBUT FOR COLLIS-MCCANN

Great Britain Cycling Team’s Craig Collis-McCann finished sixth in the T2 time trial on the opening day of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.

The British rider produced a strong performance on his debut at this level, crossing the line in South Africa in 29:56.86.

Collis-McCann overcame blustery conditions on the outskirts of Pietermaritzburg on a course that featured a punishing climb at the conclusion of each lap.

Despite the challenging course, Collis-McCann finished strongly, improving on seventh at the halfway mark to stop the clock under the 30-minute mark.

Gold went to Germany's Hans-Peter Durst in a time of 27:41.14, with USA's Ryan Boyle 16 seconds back for silver.

New Zealand's Stephen Hills took bronze, a further 1:23 behind Boyle.

The remaining eight members of the Great Britain Cycling Team in South Africa will get their championships underway on Friday with the second day of time trials while Collis-McCann is back in action in his road race on Saturday.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Dorset Inter-Club Hill Climb Series 2017


The Dorset Inter-club hill climb series returns on 24th September,the 5 race series starting with the CC Weymouth event on Portland. Mud, Sweat & Gears won the team title for the third straight year in 2016 with MSG rider Rob Midmore winning the individual title and once again it looks like a three-way battle between MSG, CC Weymouth & Purbeck Peloton. Unaffiliated Lewis Keightley (Team Botrill) won 4 out of 5 rounds last year but the Hill climb series is all about team success, with points awarded to all starters, encouraging participation. All hill climbs are entry on the line starting at 10:00, the CC Weymouth event at Portland starts at 08:30 and the Purbeck Peloton climb of Whiteway Hill starts at 14:00 due to morning firing on the Army Ranges at Lulworth.

Dorset Hill Climb Series 2017
Sun 24 Sep CC Weymouth Interclub Hill Climb 08:30 Portland
Sun 1 Oct Poole Whs Interclub Hill Climb 10:00 Creech
Sun 8 Oct Purbeck Peloton Interclub Hill Climb 14:00 Whiteway
Sun 15 Oct Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Interclub Hill Climb 10:00 Bulbarrow
Sun 22 Oct Mud Sweat & Gears 10:00 Interclub Hill Climb Broadmayne

2016 standings
Mud Sweat Gears 3725 pts
C C Weymouth 2224 pts
Purbeck Peloton 2078 pts
Poole Wh 1079 pts
Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 101 pts

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

GB Para- Cycling Team at South Africa World Champs



GREAT BRITAIN CYCLING TEAM AT THE UCI PARA-CYCLING ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Rainbow jerseys are up for grabs as the world’s best para-cyclists head to South Africa for the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.

Pietermaritzburg plays host to the championships with nine riders set to represent the Great Britain Cycling Team.

Pietermaritzburg has been a happy hunting ground for the Great Britain Cycling Team in recent years.

Corrine Hall and Lora Fachie struck double gold in South Africa in the 2015 UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup - dominating in both the time trial and the road race.

The pair won world titles on the road in 2013 and 2014 and head to the capital city of the KwaZulu-Natal province in fine form following a silver medal in this season’s world cup in the time trial in Emmen, Netherlands.

Another British duo looking to repeat previous South African success is Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby.

The 2016 Paralympic time trial champions won their first gold medal at world cup level in Pietermaritzburg two years ago and followed that up with bronze in the road race.

Bate and Duggleby have already won three world cup medals this season, taking gold in the time trial in Maniago, Italy before winning double bronze in Emmen - and the pair will look to win their first-ever world championships medal in South Africa.

Two British riders will be looking to get back on the road world championships podium for the first time since 2011.

Simon Price and Crystal Lane-Wright both won road race bronze medals in Roskilde, Denmark six years ago and the duo will be confident of securing strong results in South Africa.

There will also be three riders making their debut at world championship level with Craig Collis-McCann, Will Bjergfelt and Ben Watson all going into the event in confident mood having medalled at world cup events in 2017.

Monday, 28 August 2017

Poole Wheelers Club 10, 28/08/17, Results



John Samways
P415 "Ski Slope" Upton By-Pass

1 JOHN SAMWAYS BJW 19.35
2 STEVE PINK PW 20.06
3 SHAWN GRAY G&DWH 20.11
4 BRENDAN REESE BACC 2012
5 JAMES HORTON VCSTR 20.32
6 MIKE WILLIAMS PW 20.36
7 LYNDON THOMPSON NFCC 20.38
8 BARRIE WATKINSON BACC 20.46
9 RICHARD PORTER CCW 21.02
10 TOM DAY PW 21.04
11 TOM PILONI BJW 21.17
12 MARK VALENTINE PW 21.35
13 MICHAEL AKERS BJW 21.47
14 TIM FLYNN PW 21.49
15 LUKE RENDALL PW 21.50
16 DAVID BUTT CCW 21.51
17 STUART PECKHAM NFCC 21.53
18 PATRYK WITKOWSKI BJW 22.01
19 SAM WADSLEY PW 22.05
20 DOUG PARKER SID VY 22.11
21 MARTIN BEALE VCSTR 22.27
22 MATT BLYTHE BACC 22.28
23 RICHARD BLAKE ANT RT 22.29
24 COLIN BRUMBLE CCW 22.33
25 RUPERT SILMAN BJW 22.34
26 CRAIG WESTON PW 22.39
27 PETE WILSON BACC 22.50
28 ROBIN DARCH PW 22.56
29 RICHARD PARKER NFCC 23.02
30 CHRIS DAY PW 23.06
31 STEPHEN SKINNER VCSTR 23.10
32 JASE CAKEBREAD CBC 23.13
33 NEIL DYBLE BACC 23.37
34 DENZIL HUNT PW 23.39
35 TONY SAWYER PW 23.49
=36 GARY TUSKIN PW 23.58
=36 MICHELLE WALTER BACC 23.58
38 JACK TRUNWWITT BACC 24.00
39 PHILLIP HARRIS NFCC 24.02
40 MARTIN LEFERVE BACC 24.11
41 NATHAN ANSELL BJW 24.22
42 MATT DOWNER TOR CRT 24.39
43 BOB GHANDOUR ? 24.40
44 DARYLY TIDD PW 24.41
45 HOWARD PANKHURST 24.42
46 NIGEL RENDALL PW 24.44
47 PETER MOORE ? 25.06
48 EINAR THORESON PW 25.09
49 LAUREN BISHOP PW 25.20
50 PETE COTTY PW 28.37

Sunday, 27 August 2017

Victor Berlemont, Win for Mundy, Brief Results


Isaac Munday Wins the Victor Berlemont! Image Matt O'Connor

Victor Berlemont RR, Oxfordshire 108 Miles Provisional Result

1. Isaac Mundy PMR Toachim House 5hrs 9mins
2. George Wood Richardson Trek @1secs
3. Ben Marks Morvelo Basso RT @1min 16secs
4. Rhys Howells Team Wiggins @st
5. Joseph Clark Cycling Sheffield Giant
6. Alexander Richardson BIKE Channel Canyon
7. Lee Frost VC Equip-Flix
8. Ashley Cox Nopinz
9. Dillon Byrne VCUK Racing
10. Michael Mottram Morvelo Basso
11. Chris McNamara, Nunn Sigma Sport
12. Luke Ryan Richardsons Trek RT
13. Dylan Thomas, VC Meudon
14. Lawrence Carpenter, Catford CC Banks
15. Jake hales, Spirit Tifoso
16. Paul Elcock, GS Henley
17. Callum Ferguson, Catford CC Banks
18. Andrew Turner, VC Equipe
19. Jonthan Fowles, Chronomaster
20. Tom Fitzpatrick
21. Fraser Carr, Vision
22. Mark Baines, Spirit tifosi
23. Dante Carpenter, Storck
24. Stephen Orbie, Atom
25. Liam Walsh, Vc St Raphael
26. Oliver Maxwell, Richardsons Trek
27. Matt Clark, Canyon UK
28. Matthew Clements, Catford CC Banks
29. Douglas Coleman, Spirit Tifosi
30. Joe Harris, Maxxis
31. Timothy Allen, Vision
32. Oliver hayward, Rhino
33. Charlie Passfield, Spirit Tifosi

"Probably the toughest race i have done all year" Benjamin Marks (Morvelo Basso)

Local Riders at UCI Grand Fondo Time Trial


Faye Faber, Angela Burnikell, Sarah Mathews, Angela Carpenter, Andrew Hanley, Paul Lockyer, Bryce Dyer, Andrew Langdown, Adrian Murray, Kevin Tye and of course ex-pat, Mick St Leger, some of the "local riders" in the results at the UCI Gran Fondo Time Trial at Albi, France.

UCI Grand Fondo Time Trial, Albi, France, 24/08/17

Women 19-34
1. Jessica Rhodes-Jones, Gbr
6. Crystal Spearman, Gbr
10. Faye Faber, Gbr

Women 35-39
1. Ceceila Hansen, Sweden
2. Fiona Prew, Gbr
5. Helen Mckay, Gbr
8. Nicki Carr, Gbr
10. Sally Turner, Gbr
13. Aimee Jones, Gbr
18. Janet Bassett, Gbr

Women 40-44
1. Adelheid Schutz, Germany
3. Liz Powell, Gbr
18. Deborah Davidson, Gbr
19. Julia Birch, Gbr
27. Esther Hamill, Gbr
28. Dianne Tierney, Gbr

Women 45-49
1. Larissa Drysdale, Netherlands
5. Angela Carpenter, Gbr
7. Karina Bowie, Gbr
10. Angela Burnikell, Gbr
12. Joanna Watts, Gbr
15. Mary-Anne Elkington, Gbr
18. Mandy Bunn, Gbr

Women 50-54
1. Anna Davis, Australia
5. Bronwen Ewing, Gbr
10. Denise Hurren, Gbr
11. Louisa Sturrock, Gbr
13. Wendy Gooding, Gbr

Women 55-59
1. Jeannie Longo, France
3. Sarah Matthews, Gbr
12. Andrea Nightingale, Gbr
13. Clair Parfrey, Gbr
14. Pippa O’Brien, Gbr

Women 60-64
1. Marti Valks, Netherlands
5. Sally Cyncliffe, Gbr
9. Jennifer Anderson, Gbr
11. Alison Vessey, Gbr

Women 65+
1. Sharon Prutton, New Zealand
4. Anna Staley, Gbr

MENS

19-34
1. Matej Lovse, Slovenia
5. George Evans, Gbr
9. George Fox, GBr
10. Stuart Travis, Gbr
13. Buana Ball, Gbr
14. Tom Lane, Gbr
24. Gavin Shirley, Gbr
34. Chris Pook, Gbr
36. Alexander Colman, Gbr
37. Paul Lockyer, Gbr
41. Lawrence Burrows, Gbr
42. Jack Levick, Gbr
47. Lee Woodcock, Gbr
52. X Disley Gbr
58. Simon Barbour, Gbr

35-39
1. Andreas Schweizer, Switzerland

2. Matthew Smith, Gbr
5. Jamie Wilkins, Gbr
20. James Jenkins, Gbr
27. Gareth Pym, Gbr
29. Stephen Vanes, Gbr
38. Paul Pardoe, Gbr
46. Stewart Ward, Gbr
48. Ben Farnsworth, Gbr
49. Paul Dable, Gbr
50. Matthew Saunders, Gbr
51. Oliver Helyer, Gbr

40-44
1. Samuel Plouhinec, France

8. Colin Ward, Gbr
17. Matt Bottrill, Gbr
19. Nial Paterson, Gbr
25. Daniel Barnett, Gbr
33. Jonthan Gould, Gbr
35. Michael Cheney, Gbr
38. Martin O’Sullivan, Gbr
39. Robert Hurst, Gbr
42. Bryce Dyer, Gbr
44. Marcus Fink, Gbr
46. Justin Dance, Gbr
47. Rob Young, Gbr
49. Martin Emery, Gbr
50. Peter Campbell, Gbr
55. Paul Bramhall, Gbr
57. Timothy Kingston, Gbr

45-49
1. Remco Grasman, Netherlands

3. Jon Entwistle, Gbr
9. Simon Hance, Gbr
12. Geir Robinson, Gbr
20. Andrew Langdown, Gbr
21. Jon Pridham, Gbr
28. Adrian Murray, Gbr
29. Jon Howard, Gbr
33. Kelvin White, Gbr
38. Minton Stephen, Gbr
41. Kevin Hobbs, Gbr
44. Sean Vincent, Gbr
46. David Clarke, Gbr
56. William Smith, Gbr

50-54
1. Gregory Swinand, Ireland
26. James Fawcett, Gbr
27. Malcolm Smith, Gbr
35. Richard Hancock, Gbr
37. Gary Jones, Gbr
40. Neil Shand, Gbr
43. Michael Parker, Gbr
44. Michael St Leger, Gbr
45. Gareth Williams, Gbr
47. Daren Austin, Gbr
51. Simon Daw, Gbr
52. Stuart Proctor, Gbr
57. Mark Stewart, Gbr
59. Edward Nicholson, Gbr
60. Nick Young, Gbr
64. Nigel Holmes, Gbr
68. Michael Edmunds, Gbr
69. Graham Stephenson, Gbr
70. Paul Lowrie, Gbr
72. Andrew Hanley, Gbr
76, Barry Eeles, Gbr
78. Andrew Kennedy, Gbr

55-59
1. Kevin Tye, Gbr

6. Michiel Vaal, Gbr
26. Michael Cross, Gbr
34. Mark Avil, Gbr
39. Martin Neville, Gbr
40. Mark Saunders, Gbr
41. Paul Rider, Gbr
48. Matthew Crabtree, Gbr

60-64
1. Bert Bakker, Netherlands

6. Jim Moffatt, Gbr
18. Nick Brown, Gbr
23. Peter Smith, Gbr
25. David Butt, Gbr
30. Alasdair Bruce, Gbr
33. Ian Deakin, Gbr
34. Colin Lizeri, Gbr

65-69
1. Alfred Lechnitz, Austria
21. Michael Dunne, Gbr

70-74
1. Kaare Christoffersen, Norway
9. Andrew Hazell, Gbr
11. Michael Cotgreave, Gbr
13. Chris Roberts, Gbr
16. Paul Durrant, Gbr
18. Angus Agnew, Gbr

Saturday, 26 August 2017

Chichester Criteriums, Report/Results, Field, Higham & Hopkins the Winners!


Ian Field (Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma's) won the Elite race at the Chichester Criterium, sprinting clear of Ben Marks (Morvello-Basso) and Jake Hales (Spirit Tifosi RT) on the cobbles of North Street in the city centre. In a fast, hard race it was difficult to get away on the tight, 1 kilometre circuit. The left hander back onto the finishing straight from St Peters was key to success, if you were on the front here you wee going to win. Ben Huttly (Brighton Mitre CC), Stanley Kennett (Spirit Tifosi RT), Harry Veale (Cycleworks.co.uk), Mike Smith (Nuun Sigma Sport London) & Oscar Hutchings (VC Equipe-Flix) were all at the head of the race, keeping the speed high as the race sped through the night.
Fifteen year old Lauren Higham (LIV AWOL), had worked it out, despite getting caught up with some lapped riders, the Stevenage youngster, with dispensation to "ride up" took it on the line from Christine Robson (V C Londres) after Mathilde Pauls (Sigma Sport Wmoen's RT) had done the the early damage, pulling away a group of six including,Victoria Lovett (I-Team CC), Jessica Finney (Porstmouth North End) & Elise Sherwell (Blazing Saddles). In the supporting 3rd/4th cat race, Paul Hopkins & Kim Little (Merida Factory Racing) rode smartly to ensure victory.

Little made his move with 4 laps remaining but could not make it stick with Tim Costello (VC Vecchi) & David Bone (R C Ravenna) driving the chase. Hopkins countered with a couple of laps to go and the two mountain bikers celebrated with a beer, watching Field do his job.


Rider Reaction


Ian Field
"It was really hard to force the pace, it felt pretty dam fast, when you put your nose in the wind it was tough going, i settled for a sprint after about twenty minutes. Whoever was first into the corner won it, there was a massive fight for it."
National Cyclo-cross champion Field is building up to the coming season.
"I have just got back from altitude camp so get the legs going with this and it all kicks off on the 15th September in America"

Ben Marks
" I tried to lay it down along the cobbles and string it out"



Lauren Higham
"I sat on the back a bit but stayed with the group, it was quite annoying with the lapped riders but i used them to my advantage and made sure that i was first into the corner and get a good line to the finish"


Paul Hopkins
" Everyone was pulling well on the front, Kim (Little) went with a few laps to go and nearly made it stick but there were a couple of guys determined to pull him back. I charged with two to go, i went really hard, they were slowly pulling me back but i just had enough to hold them off"


1 Ian Field 00:58:53 2nd Hargroves- Ridley-Montezumas
2 Benjamin Marks 00:58:53 Elite Morvello Basso Rt
3 Jake Hales 00:58:54 Elite Spirit Tifosi RT
4 Stanley Kennett 00:58:54 1st Spirit Tifosi RT
5 Sebastian Lewis 00:58:54 1st Maison Du Velo-Storck Bikes UK
6 Jack Waller 00:58:54 1st Spirit Tifosi RT
7 Harry Veale 00:58:55 1st Cycleworks.co.uk
8 Ashley Fletcher 00:58:55 2nd Southfork Racing.Co.Uk
9 Jody Crawforth 00:58:56 2nd Hargroves- Ridley-Montezumas
10 Thomas Treagus 00:58:56 2nd Hargroves
11 Aled Jones 00:58:57 2nd RN+RMCA
12 Dave Tilling 00:58:58 2nd Ride 24/7
13 Ben Huttly 00:58:59 2nd Brighton Mitre CC
14 Max Moyles 00:59:00 2nd Primera-Teamjobs
15 Adam Thompson 00:59:00 2nd Spokes BPC racing
16 Philip Glowinski 00:59:09 2nd VC Londres
17 Oscar Hutchings 00:57:21 Elite VC Equipe-Flix
18 Harvey McNaughton 00:59:17 2nd I-Team CC
19 Thom Hayward 00:59:45 2nd VC Venta 32
20 Callum Clark 00:59:45 2nd Trainsharp Club
21 Matthew Bone 00:59:46 2nd Hoste TAAP Storck
22 Julian Lockwood 01:00:19 3rd Primera-Teamjobs
23 Matthew Allsopp 00:47:03 2nd Wightlink

Womens Criterium
1 Lauren Higham 00:48:11 A LIV AWOL
2 Christine Robson 00:48:11 V C Londres
3 Jessica Finney 00:48:12 2nd PNECC
4 Mathilde Pauls 00:48:12 1st Sigma Sport Women's RT
5 Victoria Lovett 00:48:13 2nd I-Team cc
6 Elise Sherwell 00:48:14 2nd Blazing Saddles
7 Louise Moriarty 00:49:24 2nd Army Cycle Race Team
8 Helen Ralston 00:50:02 2nd Sigma Sport Women's RT
9 Lucia Bruton 00:50:02 3rd Wyndymilla
10 Lucy Gadd 00:48:34 A Poole Wheelers CC
11 Charlotte Burford 00:48:35 2nd Sigmsport.co.uk
12 Connie Hayes 00:48:37 2nd LIV AWOL
13 Laura Bailey 00:49:50 ? IRIS RT
14 Rebecca Booth 00:50:25 3rd Cannondale girls
15 Suzy Bell 00:34:45 4th BRCC

3/4 Cat Race

1 Paul Hopkins 00:50:56 3rd Merida Factory racing
2 Adam Littlechild 00:50:57 3rd RCR Ravenna
3 David Bone 00:50:58 3rd RCR Ravenna
4 Tim Costello 00:50:59 3rd VC Vecchi
5 Sam Stewart 00:50:59 3rd Southdown Velo CC
6 Schaeff Potter 00:51:01 3rd Norwood Paragon
7 Kim Little 00:51:04 3rd Merida Factory racing
8 Chris Hutchings 00:51:22 3rd VC Venta
9 Max OConnor 00:51:23 3rd Thames Velo
10 Andrew Lindsay 00:52:18 3rd Surrey Hills Cycleworks
11 Sebastien Ottley 00:52:18 3rd RCR Ravenna
12 Luis Coutinho 00:52:19 3rd Southdown Velo CC
13 Matt Alderson 00:52:19 3rd The Cycle Room
14 Williams Hayes 00:52:19 4th UK-biking/BMTHCycleworks/Trek
15 Mick Onions 00:52:27 4th Brighton Mitre CC
16 Nick Barber 00:52:27 3rd Hart Evolution RT
17 Jason Edwards 00:52:27 3rd Southdown Bikes
18 Will Mason 00:52:27 3rd Royal Airforce CA
19 Adam Baker 00:52:28 3rd Gillingham and District Wheelers
20 Aaron Hartley 00:51:15 3rd Worthing Excelsior CC
21 Chris Parker 00:45:58 3rd VCGH
22 Leigh Banks 00:46:20 3rd
23 Peter Cole 00:37:19 3rd Hart Evolution RT
24 Dominic Morley 00:37:20 3rd Southdown Velo
25 Mark Turner 00:37:20 3rd
26 Miles Thomas 00:37:23 4th Hart Evolution RT
27 Thomas Foot 00:37:28 4th Blazing Saddles
28 Jonathan McKie 00:38:14 4th Liss CC
29 MJ Jackson 00:38:15 4th Nicebrew CC
30 Matthew Smith 00:38:15 3rd Brighton Excelsior CC
31 Emyr Griffiths 00:35:54 4th RCR Ravenna
32 Oliver Wise 00:35:55 3rd Solent Pirates
33 Clinton Moore 00:38:36 4th Angmering CC
34 Paul Hiscock 00:37:44 4th Blazing Saddles
35 Joe Parker 00:29:28 4th Hampshire Road Club
36 Jack Ferrell 00:29:29 3rd RCR Ravenna
37 Shane Banks 00:29:29 3rd
38 Matthew Callaghan 00:29:30 3rd Hart Evolution RT
39 George Holland 00:29:58 4th
40 Joshua Smith 00:29:59 4th PNECC
41 Thomas Ringe 00:32:46 4th Angmering CC
42 Matthew Knight 00:22:46 4th Cycleworks.co.uk