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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Bournemouth Jubilee/Poole Wheelers Inter-Club 24, Results


P427 Pamphill 18/06/19

1 Nick Jones BJW 56.11
2 Steve Wilson U/A 57.44
3 Nick Barks PW 57.49
4 Phil Scriven BJW 59.37
5 Patryk Wilkowski PW 1.01.09
6 Rupert Silman BJW 1.01.26
7 Gary Trudgett PW 1.02.40
8 Will Solomon BJW 1.02.44
9 Robb Tooley PW 1.02.46
10 Ben Salvia PW 1.03.13
11 Gary Chiverton BJW 1.03.18
12 Bob Richardson BJW 1.04.00
13 Chris Hill PW 1.04.10
14 Robert Pilato BJW 1.04.33
15 Darryl Tidd PW 1.05.45
16 Ian Dryden PW 1.06.02
17 Mark Westcott BJW 1.07.41
18 Lauren Bishop PW 1.08.17
19 Julian Snook BJW 1.09.07
20 Sarah Bascombe PW 1.10.58

Timekeeper: Martin Reeder
Other helpers: Clive Peskett, Paul Brown &
Jacky Prosser

CC Weymouth Club Summer Hill Climb, Results


CC Weymouth - Ridgeway Hill Climb 18th June 2019

1 Jon Cooper MSnG 02:17.6
2 Ollie Miller CCW 02:26.7
3 Justin Loveland Day Member 02:50.6
4 Steve Oliver Day Member 02:55.6
5 Lee Chalk Bustinskin 02:57.0
6 Matthew Merrett CCW 03:00.0
7 Mark Ayres CATI 03:23.5
8 Peter Honeybun CCW 03:27.9

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Day & Dring Winners on the Heath, Report/Results


Tom Day (Giant CC- Halo Films) & Steve Dring, (Bournemouth Cycleworks) were the winners at the Crabwood CC Heath road races on dull, damp evening in the New Forest.
Sixteen year old, Day, 3rd at the Portsmouth North Event race at the weekend chased after lone leader Russell Speight (Sotonia CC) with two, 7 mile laps remaining, before riding away on his own in the fading light for a deserved win. Stuart Le Tissier (DHC) won the sprint for second ahead of Ben Scott-Munden (Sotonia CC). Speight had been away for most of the 35 mile race but faded as Day made the catch. The youngster is in good form, winning the South region junior road title earlier this month, equally at home against the clock, Day rides the Poole Wheelers Open 10 this weekend.
In the veterans 28 mile race, Mark Greenwood (Army CU), threatened all night but could not repeat his escape of two weeks ago, the bunch wise to his strength. It was Steve Dring, with a “soft” attack 2 miles out, who got away for his third victory of the season, despite, by his own admission, “not being race weight”. Jason Eastwood (Hargroves Montezuma’s RT) comfortably took second in the gallop ahead of Jonathan Hall (Sotonia CC), Roland Tilley (Bournemouth Cycleworks) with Green wood settling for 5th place this time. More to come…..

Poole Wheelers Youth Sprint Omnium


Entries close this Friday 21st June – the event is 1 week Saturday 29th June.


This is a rare opportunity of youth riders to ride and race in the sprint disciplines. Simon Pettifer the organiser is once a again going a great job behind the scenes and has organised lots of prizes and trophies for the riders – he plans to make it a great and fun day out for all riders (and parents)

1) 250meter standing start TT – this will seed riders for the next event
2) Keirin
3) Longest lap – this is where we will see who can do a trach stand
4) Match sprinting – best of 3 heats for the high placed riders - 1 ride off for minor places

ONLINE ENTRIES HERE

Crabwood CC Heath Road Race, Start List


Crabwood CC Heath Road Race #2 Tuesday 18th June 28 miles (4 laps) for veterans, 35 miles (5 laps) for sen/jun. 7pm start.
HQ Applemore college.

SENIORS/JUNIORS
1 Ant Gritton M Sotonia CC
2 Luke Monahan M
3 Simon Lock M
4 Stewart Ward M New Forest CC
5 Stephen Morphew M Poole Wheelers
6 Stuart Le Tissier M DHC
7 James Peckham M Sotonia CC
8 Phil Wilks M Sotonia CC
11 Elliot Chilton S New Forest CC
12 Ben Scott-Munden S Sotonia CC
13 Matt Todd S
14 Philip Dickson S Poole Wheelers
15 Dexter Fox S Bc Private Member
16 Russell Speight S Sotonia CC
17 Thomas Day J Giant CC Halo Films

VETERANS
21 Matthew Whelan A DHC
22 Brook Elgie A Sotonia CC
23 Marcus Attridge A Bike Jockey CC
24 Tom Budden A Sotonia CC
25 Russell Wynn A New Forest CC
26 Mark Greenwood A Army CU
27 James Cotty A Hargroves CC
30 Jay Eastwood B Hargroves M ontezuma
31 Justin Menhenett B Sotonia CC
32 Nick Bonner B
33 Steve Dring B Team E chelon
34 James Cocker B VC Venta
35 Ed Gurney B VC Venta
36 Mike Naulls B VC Venta
37 Wayne Pitman B Club Fit to Ride
38 Rowan Horner B VC St Raphael
39 Jason Gault B Primera Team Jobs
40 Simon Merritt B GS Vecchi
41 Lee Shirley C
42 Darryl Strong C DH C
43 Tim Cooke C Sotonia CC
44 Ian Phillips C
45 Lyndon Thompson C
46 Oliver Berney C
47 Malcolm Scott C Bournemouth Cycleworks
48 Jonathan Hall C Sotonia CC
49 Martin Turner C Nieuw Bos
51 Richard New D VC V enta
52 Robert Cranstone D GS Vecchi
53 Roland Tilley D Bournemouth Cycleworks
54 Martin Finnerty D
55 Patrick Lafford D Crabwo od CC
56 John Phillips E Soton ia CC
57 Pete Wilson F Bournemouth Arrow


Monday, 17 June 2019

Poole Wheelers "Gary Dighton Memorial" 10, Start List


Sunday 23rd June P415 Upton
1 Pete Watkins Poole Whs 07:01
2 Jonathan Hyndman New Forest CC 07:02
3 Mike Anderson Club Cycliste Moncontourais 07:03
4 Lauren Bishop Poole Whs 07:04
5 Richard Porter CC Weymouth 07:05
6 Robert Flynn Poole Whs 07:06
7 Adrian Watkins Tornado Road Cycling Club 07:07
8 John Beaven 1st Chard Wheelers 07:08
9 Jonathan Terry Poole Whs 07:09
10 Phil Brown TrainSharp 07:10
11 Doug Parker Sid Valley CC 07:11
12 Bob Ghandour Poole Whs 07:12
13 Steve Wiltshire Somer Valley Cycling Club 07:13
14 Chris Hill Poole Whs 07:14
15 Peter Lynk Poole Whs 07:15
16 Michael Akers Julian Porter Cycling 07:16
17 John Rivett Poole Whs 07:17
18 Lizzy Stocker IRIS Race Team 07:18
19 Mat Jessop Tornado Road Cycling Club 07:19
20 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:20
21 Paul Axon Poole Whs 07:21
22 Mark German 1st Chard Wheelers 07:22
23 Dean Ward 1st Chard Wheelers 07:23
24 Jackie Courtney Poole Whs 07:24
25 Graham Harman Sotonia CC 07:25
26 Jack Martin Velo Club Venta 07:26
27 Phillip Scriven Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:27
28 Ian Dryden Poole Whs 07:28
29 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC 07:29
30 Alex Allen Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 07:30
31 Ian Taylor Beacon Roads CC 07:31
32 Gary Trudgett Poole Whs 07:32
33 David England Crabwood CC 07:33
34 Maria Núñez Poole Whs 07:34
35 Martin Andrews Velo Club Venta 07:35
36 Nicholas Barks Poole Whs 07:36
37 Simon Wharton Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 07:37
38 Pete Carter Poole Whs 07:38
39 Ellie Rendell Poole Whs 07:39
40 Jamie Whitcher Bournemouth Cycleworks - Vitec Fire - Ford Civil - Trek 07:40
41 Colin Brumble CC Weymouth 07:41
42 Richard Ryder Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles 07:42
43 Bradley Perkins PDQ Cycle Coaching 07:43
44 Sonia Laurie New Forest CC 07:44
45 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth 07:45
46 Thomas Piloni Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:46
47 Ben Whitcher Poole Whs 07:47
48 Barry Hards New Forest CC 07:48
49 David Arrowsmith CC Weymouth 07:49
50 Terry Icke CC Weymouth 07:50
51 Tom Clements POLICE SPORT UK CRT (PSUKCRT) 07:51
52 Ian Diaper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:52
53 Neil Dyble Bournemouth Arrow CC 07:53
54 Sarah Bascombe Poole Whs 07:54
55 Simon Rogers Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 07:55
56 Aron Kelly New Forest CC 07:56
57 Andrew Mayfield Bournemouth Arrow CC 07:57
58 Chris Simpson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 07:58
59 Timothy Shepherd Poole Whs 07:59
60 Julian Lockwood Primera-Teamjobs 08:00
61 Craig Weston Poole Whs 08:01
62 Richard Wyeth Tornado Road Cycling Club 08:02
63 Robb Tooley Poole Whs 08:03
64 Suzy Watkins Poole Whs 08:04
65 Jason Streather PDQ Cycle Coaching 08:05
66 Nicholas Hitchens Team Bottrill 08:06
67 Conor Boyle Woking Cycle Club 08:07
68 Lou Dutch Poole Whs 08:08
69 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 08:09
70 Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth 08:10
71 Kevin Baker Andover Wheelers 08:11
72 James Horton Velo Club St Raphael 08:12
73 Shawn Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles 08:13
74 Jason Gault Primera-Teamjobs 08:14
75 Nic Stevenson Westerley Cycling Club 08:15
76 Steven Pink Poole Whs 08:16
77 Thomas Day Giant CC Halo Films 08:17
78 Paul Jones Primera-Teamjobs 08:18
79 Andrew Perkins Mid Devon CC 08:19
80 Tim Cartwright Newbury RC 08:20

Farnham Town Centre Races, Sunday 7th July


VC Meudon is proud to present the third year of the Farnham Town Centre Races sponsored by Charters Peugeot on Sunday 7 July, with racing starting at 18:00.
Thanks to generous support and sponsorship from local businesses and organisations we are repeating last year's programme with Youth, 3rd cat, Women and E/1/2 races.
All races are run in a reverse direction on the one-way system of this characterful Georgian market town, with the short circuit and its tight turns providing an excellent opportunity for riders to showcase their racecraft and bike handling skills.
Draft programme:
18:00 U8/U10 (10 mins)
18:15 U12/U14 (10 mins)
18:40 3rd Cat Regional B Men
19:20 E/1/2/3 Women
20:00 E/1/2 National B Men
Supported by Charters Peugeot, Farnham Town Council, Farnham Institute Charity, and Pedal Heaven.
Entry Details HERE

Bournemouth Jubilee Track Festival Cancelled!



The Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Summer Track Festival, scheduled for Saturday 13th July 2019, has been cancelled due to lack of entries. By the closing date, only 18 riders had signed-up across all age categories, which was not enough from a sporting or financial point of view.

The event has been on the British Cycling calendar for six months, yet with just four weeks to go before the event, not enough riders had committed, making cancellation inevitable. With a mix of sprint and endurance disciplines, it would have been the only open race meeting at the 250m outdoor track all year.

In last three years, Richard Eastham, supported by the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers, has promoted 17 track racing events at Bournemouth Velodrome, all of them open to Senior, Junior and u-16 riders. Yet of those 17 events, the last five events have now been cancelled due to lack of rider interest.

The one-off Saturday afternoon format was a direct response to the lack of support for last season’s ten race Friday night track league. However, with this year’s event also a victim of rider apathy, there will need to be a thorough review into the reasons why riders are not supportive of track racing at Bournemouth Velodrome before any decisions are taken for the 2020 season.

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers events at the Bournemouth Track
2017 Track League = 6 events – last two events cancelled due to poor weather.
2018 Track League = 10 events – first six events were held, last four were cancelled due to lack of riders.
2019 Track Festival = Cancelled due to lack of riders.

Sunday, 16 June 2019

Editorial: Forever Young!


Here at Local Riders, Local Races we focus on exactly what our title tells you: Its what we know, its what we understand, it was our level, its what we did (or tried to do) we’ve got empathy. To juggle training around work, to juggle training around family, to get up an hour earlier just to fit it in, to give 100%, to be as professional as our “amateur” status allows, we have been there, its kinda why we do this. We have said it before, whatever the level, Sport means nothing, yet it means everything, World Championship or Sunday Chipper the investment can be the same, if different. (well nearly). To win after a week at work, a week of juggling, a week of not resting enough takes some investment, some commitment…….now that’s what we like! When 16 year old Sam Freeman (Hargroves Montezuma’s RT) won the Portsmouth North End Road Race we have to admit we were probably more excited than his parents, because despite our liking for working class hero’s and their struggles but not their excuses, the young are of course the future, the hope, the reason. Crossing the line with sheer joy and a shout, young Sam’s victory gave us hope, there is no success or failure, only what happens and how we deal with it! Thank you Sam Freeman!

Saturday, 15 June 2019

Junior Sam Freeman Wins Portsmouth NE Road Race, Report/Results


Just a day after finishing his O Level exams, Sam Freeman (Hargroves Montezumas RT) let off steam by winning the Portsmouth North End Summer road race at Owlsebury in Hampshire. The 16 year old from Portsmouth impressively beat Oliver Winwood-Bratchell (VC Venta) & another 16 year old, South Region Junior champion Tom Day (Giant CC-Halo Films).

Freeman had been part of a 4 man group that had reeled in long time leader Gregory Fitzek (ZeroBC) with just over a “K” to go. It was heartache for Fitzek, who along with Adam Cotterell (Project 51) had broken away halfway through the 60 mile race, the first meaningful move of the day.
As the weather closed in Fitzek, always the stronger, pressed on as Cotterell faltered but did not quite have the legs, the 21 year old doing well to hang on to 4th place. So impressed was NEG rider Gregg James with the effort of Fitzek, he immediately stuck his hand in his wallet and put up a £40 combativity award, guess who got it. Freeman, Day, Winwood-Bratchell & Ed Slot (Sotonia CC) collected Cotterell in their pursuit of Freeman and he sat on for 6th place. More to Come…..
Rider Reaction
Sam Freeman
I started the attack on the steeper part of the climb, thought I would just give it a go, no one followed, I looked behind I was amazed, then all of a sudden three riders got to me and we just hammered it. We caught Greg (Fitzek) with less than a K to go, it was crazy, It all chilled down before the finish, Ollie (Winwood-Bratcell) went first, I was on his wheel and I just went round him, Amazing Race!”
Gregory Fitzek
200 Metre’s from the line, I was dying, going as hard as I could but I did not have enough…….on the last lap I had about 20 seconds, i was not sure, should I wait or should I go, I still felt ok over the climb so I decided just to to go for it, see what I could do, maybe I made the wrong decision and should have waited? At the final left hander I could see them, I got as aero as I could and pressed on, at that point I was fully committed, I had no sprint left anyway, three of them came flying passed me, I was surprised to get fourth, presumably there were some games going on behind”
1 Sam Freeman Hargroves-Montezumas 2 J
2 Oliver Winwood Bratchell Velo Club Venta 2
3 Thomas Day Giant Cycling Club - Halo Films 2 J
4 Gregory Fitzek ZeroBC 2
5 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 2
6 Adam Cotterell Project 51 2
7 Peter Merritt TBW23 Stuart Hall Gett Taxi 2
8 Simon McNamara Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2
9 Pat Wright Paceline RT 2
10 Joe Parker Blazing Saddles Cycles 2
11 Alexander Cross Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT 2
12 George Skinner Primera-TeamJobs 2
13 Barney Clacy Hargroves-Montezumas 2 J
14 James Bevan Army Cycling Union 2
15 Matthew Allsopp Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 2
16 Steve Calland Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2
17 Warren Jesse Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT 2
18 Brook Elgie Sotonia CC 2
19 Samuel Clark Hargroves-Montezumas 2 J
20 Michael Guilford Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT 2
21 Dean Corney Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT 2
22 Samuel Wadsley Primera-TeamJobs 3
23 David Le Roux Velo Sport Jersey 2
24 Phillip Cole Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 2
25 Jamie Caldwell Cycle Team OnForm 2
26 Max Nelson University Of Portsmouth CC 2
27 Owen Lewis Velo Club Venta 2
28 Cameron Cragg Project 51 2
29 Charlie Beake Zappi Racing Team 2
30 Lawrence Coyle Brighton Mitre CC 2
31 Ian Vagg Project 51 2
32 Callum McQueen Team HUUB 3
33 James Veal Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 3
34 Harry Johnson VC St Raphael 2
35 Adrian Lawson Nopinz Symec Race Team 2
36 Matthew Houlberg Portsmouth North End CC 2 J
37 Paul Newsome Project 51 3
38 Richard Cartland Southdowns Bikes – Casco PET 2
39 Nicholas Tyrie Primera-TeamJobs 2
40 James Peckham Sotonia CC 2
41 James Nicholson Surrey Hills Cycleworks 2
42 Elliot Chilton New Forest CC 3
43 Joseph Clark I-Team Cyclists Club 2
44 Dan Byrne Black Line 2 J
45 James Kenward Portsmouth North End CC 3
46 Matthew Day Hargroves-Montezumas 3 J
47 Ben Elvin Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 3


Winchester Criterium 2019, Results


Winchester Criterium Sunday 9th June
E/1/2/3
1 Matt Holmes
2 James Phillips
3 Oliver W Bates
4 Harry Johnson
5 Jack Freeman
6 Andy Shackel
7 Jamie Norfolk
8 Richmond Rogers
9 Harvey McLean
10 Gavin Howell
11 Will Ranoe
12 Matthew Exley
13 Dan Byrne
14 Charlie Heffernan
15 Max Moyles
16 George Jones
17 Mark Herbert
18 Owen Lewis
19 Ben Scott-Munden
20 Andy Edwards
21 William Scott
22 George Beck
23 Will Page
24 Max Nelson
25 Ellis Pullinger
26 Adrian Lawson

3/4
1 Matthew Dennis
2 William Jewitt
3 Julian Lockwood
4 Darren Orchard
5 Crispin Doyle
6 Graham Reeves
7 Christopher McGovern
8 Matthew Day
9 Karl Norfolk
10 Thom Hayward
11 Paul Hopkins
12 Chris Hutchings
13 Tom Smith
14 Graham Hollidge
15 Daniel Alderton
16 Luca Munday
17 Will Budge
18 Jeremy Hubbard
19 Daniel Banks
20 Fletcher Adams
21 Owen Giles
22 Christian Geldard
23 Ed Hough
24 Toby Leyland
25 James Duguid
26 Sam Murphy
27 Rory Wells

E/1/2/3/4 Women
1 Victoria Lovett
2 Lucy Gadd
3 Olivia Bentley
4 Amy Perryman
5 Alexandra Sheehan
6 Ellie Markman
7 Laura Fenwick
8 Ashia Fenwick
9 Lucia Bruton
10 Kimberley Ashton
11 Sarah Hickman
12 Bexy Dew
13 Deena Blacking
14 Poppy Pattinson
15 Ella Lawrence
16 Hannah Kitchen
17 Louise Ireland
18 Claire Nott
19 Alison Rothnie
20 Elizabeth Danckert
21 Rachel Mckenzie
22 Amy Cantelo
23 Sophie Barnes
24 Dani Gloyn
25 Rachel Francis
26 Lauren Booth
27 Nicola Shaw
28 Sally Crocker
29 Tina Reid

U16 Boys
1 James Ashcroft
2 Jamie Whitcher
3 Ryan Abram
4 Bryn Ruck
5 Josh Ballinger
6 Isaac Warrington
7 Benjamin Flatau
8 Benjamin Gill
9 George Eames
10 Benjamin Tuchner
11 Finn Dunton
12 Jacob Schnabel
13 Oscar Pratt
14 Jacob James
15 Matthew Britton
16 Ollie Cadin
17 Elliot Tappin
18 Charlie Abel
19 Harvey Lawson
20 Louis Bombroff
21 Jenson Harris
22 Joshua Saunders
23 Samuel Nisbet
24 Max Francis
25 George Cottrell

U14 Boys
1 Tom Huelin
2 Thierry Le Cheminant
3 Edward Charles
4 Ollie Boarer
5 Dylan Cherruault
7 Thomas Taylor
8 Jude Munday
9 Oliver Pettifer
10 Judah Hurr
11 Tom Martin
13 Callum Robins
14 Chayton Kennedy-Cook
15 Alexander Murphy
16 Tommy Stroud
17 Thomas Adby
20 Finlay Mechem
21 Oliver Morgan
22 Bobby Buenfeld
23 Jack Beveridge
26 Digby Llewellyn
27 Edward Rockall
30 Lewis Seaward
32 Thomas Nisbet
34 Ben Nicholls

U14 Girls
1 Isabel Sharp
12 Katie-Anne Calton
18 Ellen Phillips
19 Skye Willis
24 Ellie Wallbaum
25 Isobel Crowther
28 Holly Ramsey
29 Electra Morris
31 Helena Duguid
33 Georgina Pasmore
35 Tabitha Ward

U12 Boys
1 Daniel Phillips
2 Ollie Huelin
3 Oliver Gill
4 Miles Le Prevost
5 Bobby Tabel
6 Charlie Pettifer
7 Jack Morgan
8 James Martin
9 Charlie Tourtel
10 Thomas Le Tissier
13 Charlie Shepherd
14 George Connell
16 Monty Flavel
17 Thomas Hampson
21 Dawson de Gruchy
22 Oliver Duguid
23 Kyran Levey
24 Samuel Hughes
25 Connor De Robillard
26 Joshua Chamberlain
28 Oliver Tooley
29 Edward Wellstood
31 Gabriel Raimondo
33 Monty Wyatt
34 Finlay Cousins
35 Will Clay

U12 Girls
11 Caitlin Havisham
12 Emily Le Gros
15 Rebecca Carter
18 Elizabeth Hart
19 Isabella Hall
20 Lauren Charles
27 Anwen Crowther
30 Charlotte Smith
32 Caitlin Dinning
36 Chloe Carter
37 Olivia Allman
38 Ruby Flavell
39 Aimee Taylor

U10 Boys
1 Harrison Hendy
2 Sebastian Foster
3 Myles Bradley
4 Ross Cherruault
5 Sam Genazzini
6 Marley Raimondo
7 Oliver Foden
9 Daniel Branford
13 Theo Skipper
14 Jacob Payne
17 Thomas Allen
18 Theo Quay-Clark
22 Harry Moran
29 Theo Robbins
30 Alex Levey
32 Nicolas Izak
33 Lucas Mills
36 Jack Holt

U10 Girls
8 Abbey Thompson
10 Orla Willis
11 Grace Upshall
12 Evie Bramall
15 Alana Hockey
16 Zoe Nicholls
19 Skye Martingale
20 Quiola Arthur
21 Isabelle Smith
23 Toulla Cousins
24 Isla Watson
25 Eva Mar-Molinero
26 Georgia Lovett
27 Marla Naftel
28 Jemima Ward
31 Grace Hughes
34 Isla Pattinson
35 Jessica Cable

U8 Boys
1 William Gooch
2 Guy Rorke
3 Idris Arthur
4 Chase Bradley
5 William Purver
6 Daniel Tooley
8 Edward Foster
9 Henry Cable
10 Lorenzo Scarponi
11 Giulio Scarponi
12 Frederick Cocker
13 Callum Thompson
15 Dominic Izak
17 Freddie Greenwood
18 Corden Eccleston
19 Theodore Foster
20 Elliot Chapman
23 Kieyan Barchha

U8 Girls
7 Sienna Raimondo
14 Eva Thompson
16 Abigail Kelly
21 Jaya Martingale
22 Aariana Barchha
25 Isabelle Mar-Molinero
Photo:Darren Orchard

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Portsmouth Evening Circuits #11, Results


Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth 12/06/19
YOUTH U12 [C] / U10 [D] / U8 [E]

1st 62 Harrison HENDY D Team HUP
2nd 41 Charlie SHEPHERD C Sotonia CC
3rd 42 Thomas HAMPSON C Velo Club Venta
4th 61 Myles BRADLEY D Wight Youth Cycling Club
5th 69 Quiola ARTHUR Dg Solent Pirates
6th 70 Syke MARTINGALE Dg Sotonia CC
7th 77 Idris ARTHUR E Solent Pirates
8th 78 Chase BRADLEY E Wight Youth Cycling Club
9th 79 Lorenzo SCARPONI E Sotonia CC
10th 80 Giulio SCARPONI E Sotonia CC
11th 72 Jaya MARTINGALE Eg Sotonia CC
YOUTH U16 [A] / YOUTH U14 [B]

1st 23 Matthew GILMOUR B Velo Club Venta
2nd 2 Max FRANCIS A Salisbury Road & Mountain CC
3rd 1 George COTTRELL A Poole Wheelers CC
4th 40 Katie-Ann CALTON Bg Solent Pirates
5th 22 Ollie BOARER B I-Team Cyclists' Club
6th 21 Alexander MURPHY B Velo Club Venta
7th 39 Grace RICHARDSON Bg Portsmouth North End CC
4 / J4

1st 4 Stuart MCPHAIL Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
2nd 2 Michael JANES Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
3rd 5 Luke ROBERTS Racing Club Ravenna
4th 6 Robert HAMPSON i-Team Cyclists' Club
5th 1 Thomas LINDSEY Liss Cycling Club
3 / J3

1st 53 Thomas KING Cycle Club Ashwell (CCA)
E / 1 / 2 / J

1st 1 Frank KILSBY E VC St Raphael
2nd 8 Stephen SWINDLEY 2 Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
3rd 6 Luis COUNTINHO 2 Racing Club Ravenna
4th 7 Harry JOHNSON 2 VC St Raphael
5th 4 Ethan COURT J2 VC Meudon
6th 64 Cameron THOMPSON 3 VC St Raphael
7th 52 David DOHERTY 3 DHCyclesport Cycling Club
8th 3 Mark TREVIS 2 Informed Sport - LGC
9th 53 Sam MURPHY 3 DHCyclesport Cycling Club
10th 2 Stuart THOMPSON 2 VC St Raphael
11th 58 Freya RICHARDSON WJ3 Hargroves-Montezuma's

Moreton R.I.P. Horton Wins Again!


Richard Lang & Steve Dring do the paperwork, put the signs out, organise the sign-on, pin their numbers on and race. Rob Gray owns turn 1 and has done for years. Colin Price, ably assisted by Reuben and Naomi, boss turn 2, a radio,a red flag and a whistle, their weapons of choice. Garret Hill gets the short straw, under the trees in the shadows of turn 3 but still he turns up every week. Gerrish Gray counts the laps, rings the bell and sorts the results. The good ladies of Moreton parish provide the tea and cake and the St Johns Ambulance care for us all, the Moreton race series will be sorely missed……….....Just 18 riders signed on for the latest round of the Bournemouth Cycleworks series, James Horton (VC St Raphael/Waites Contracts) taking another sprint win, his 4th. The weather got the blame for the poor turnout, (yes it was cold but it did stay dry ), perhaps there are other reasons? Less than a week ago over 300 turned out to show support for a new closed road facility up the road at Tarrant Rushton, 300 voices shouting louder for traffic free racing than the die-hard 18? Whatever the reason, traffic, weather, apathy, the Moreton series is unsustainable with such low numbers, it may not matter, if Tarrant Rushton gets the go ahead the race will move there and Reuben, Garret , Naomi and most of the rest wont be needed.
*Round 6 of the Bournemouth Cycleworks Race Series is on Thursday 20th June and needs riders.
1 James Horton VC St Raphael
2 Julian Lockwood Primera-Teamjobs
3 Dan Murphy CC Weymouth
4 Lyndon Thompson Colton Care
5 Wayne Pitman Fit to Ride
6 Toby Manning Mud Sweat ‘n Gears
7 Roland Tilley Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil
8 Luke Monahan Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil
9 Will Page Primera-Teamjobs
10 Steve Dring Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil
11 Bob Ford Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil
12 Matt Papper ?
Women
1 Rachel Hackman RN&RM CA
2 Carol Tilley Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil

CC Weymouth Club 10, Results


CC Weymouth P451/10 11th June 2019

1 Jack Bailey CCW 00:25:11
2 Matthew Merritt CCW 00:25:38

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

New Forest CC Club 10, Results


Tuesday 11th June
8 riders signed on for the second round of the Burley circuit, though one failed to start. Rain threatened, but riders only ended up facing a cold brisk wind. Notably, 3 riders opted for road bikes and almost filled the top places, Dan Mitchell eventually edging out Stuart Peckham. Phill Brown took his frst NFCC win, beating Ray Claridge, who wins the series overall.

1 Phill Brown 25:54
2 Ray Claridge 26:21
3 Dan Mitchell 27:49
4 Stuart Peckham 28:04
5 Martin Olney Fareham Whs 28:13
6 Catherine Pascoe 32:22
7 Peter Hawker 35:33

Peter Weaver DNS

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10, Results


P311 Ringwood, 11/06/10
"Only 9 riders on this cold evening, with a headwind back from the turn"

1 Nick Jones BJW 22.13
2 Tom Stocker BJW 22.29
3 Phil Scriven BJW 24.16
4 Cliff Rowe BJW 24.23
5 Kevin Ridge BJW 26.08
6 Andy Khan BJW 26.11
7 Gary Chiverton BJW 26.16
8 David Hanbury Crabwood CC 27.34
9 Julian Snook BJW 28.35

Timekeepers: Martin Reeder and Dave Mansfield
Other helpers: Clive Peskett, Will Solomon and Jacky Prosser
Thanks to Jacky Prosser

Over 300 Show Support for New Dorset Cycling Project


Despite being a wet and windy day, over 300 people attended an open day for cyclists at Tarrant Rushton Airfield, near Blandford Forum in Dorset on Saturday 8th June. The purpose of the event was to show support for a project that is being led by the local Blandford GP Practices in to get the surface of the 3.5 mile perimeter road improved so that it can be more widely used by local people for recreational and sporting use. The GP Practices are working in collaboration with local cycling organisations, British Cycling, Cycling UK and Sport England.
Cyclists came from all over Dorset and there were also groups from the New Forest, Salisbury and even one person from Surrey. All age groups were represented with 10% of the attendees being under 16 and 45% over 50.
A wide variety of bikes were on show on the day: high specification road racing bikes, shared the circuit with hand propelled bikes, E bikes, mountain bikes, tandems, cruiser bikes, bikes with stabilisers and children’s balance bikes; demonstrating the wide appeal of the venue for people wanting a safe, traffic free place to ride.
The organiser, Carol Tilley who is Managing Partner of the Blandford GP Practices, said ‘The response today has been amazing. It really shows the potential of this site to be a major asset for local people who want to get out in the fresh air, to walk, run and cycle; whether their aim is to improve their health, have fun or for competition. Improving the surface will make the site more accessible to people with disabilities and it was great to see people with physical impairments coming to support us here today. We also really value the historic significance of the site and many here on the 8th June have family stories that link to the D Day history of the site.
To pay tribute to all those would took part in D Day, the children today scattered some poppy seeds next to the memorial; thus ensuring the future generations also have a link and shared memories of Tarrant Rushton Airfield.’
For more information regarding the progress of the project see our Facebook Page: The Tarrant Rushton Project (@TarrantRushtonProject)




Monday, 10 June 2019

Royal Navy Race Series,Ilton, Results


Ilton,Somerset Saturday 8th June

E/1/2
1 Luke Barfoot Tri UK
2 Andrew Whittemore Exeter Wheelers
3 Aled Jones VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propu…
4 Christopher Owram PDQ Cycle Coaching
5 Joshua Croxton Team Tor 2000 KALAS
6 George Fowler Nopinz Symec Race Team
7 Peter Haworth
8 George Smith Nopinz Symec Race Team
9 Joshua Gray Team Tor 2000 KALAS
10 Charlie Beake Zappi Racing Team
11 Andrew Kirby 73Degrees CC
12 Daniel Mcquillan Nopinz Symec Race Team
13 Robert Willcocks Royal Air Force CA
14 Ben Millar Bike City
15 Julian Pitocco Mid Devon CC
16 Gareth Turner VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propu…
17 Dominic Pullen Propello
18 George Greensmith Propello
19 Tim Southcombe Somerset Road Club
20 Nathan Hallett Nopinz Symec Race Team
21 Thomas Bowering ActiveEdge Race Team
22 Liam Cahill Reflex Racing

Cat 3/4 Cat
1 David Rutty Velo Club Bristol
2 Chris Shakya Exeter Wheelers
3 Lewis Hull Exeter Wheelers
4 Andrew Henderson Nopinz Symec Development Team
5 John Sawers Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
6 Ian Hicks Nopinz Symec Development Team
7 Oliver Parsons Tri UK
8 Neil Richards Bike Doctor
9 Ryan Baggs Nopinz Symec Development Team
10 Wayne Hitchcott Team Tor 2000 KALAS
11 Edward Trevor-Jones Bristol RC
12 Daniel Lyness Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
13 Toby Manning Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
14 Alex Hollingsworth Cycle Sport South Hams
15 Nick Blight Nopinz Symec Development Team
16 Robert Lewis Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
17 Dafydd Evans Poole Wheelers CC
18 Frank Schirnhofer Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
19 Mike Smith Gillingham and District Wheele…
20 Adrian Warren Nopinz Symec Development Team
21 Josh Allen Exeter Wheelers
22 Rider Unknown
23 Andrew Bain
24 Gary Bonds Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
25 Christopher Booth BIKESTRONG-KTM
26 Richard Butterfield Velo Club Bristol
27 Gordon Coull
28 Jack Dallyn Exeter Wheelers
29 John Hollier Team Tor 2000 KALAS
30 David Hutchison VC St Raphael
31 Adam Masters Synergy Sport’s Massage RT
32 James Brown Tri UK
33 Michael Walkey Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
34 Frederick Mayall Exeter Wheelers
35 Scott Huish Minehead Cycling Club
36 William Hornby Cycle Sport South Hams
37 Rider Unknown
38 Dan Murphy CC Weymouth
39 George York Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA
40 Graham Biles Mud, Sweat n Gears CC
41 Andrew Crocker Team Tor 2000 KALAS
42 Mark Hughes 1st Chard Whls
43 Trevor Baker
44 Glenn Hurley Tri UK
45 Rob Smith Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA

Thanks to Rachel Hackman

Sunday, 9 June 2019

Bourneouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 10, Results


P415 Upton Sunday 9th June
1 Samuel Wadsley Primera-Teamjobs 00:19:10
2 Paul Jones Primera-Teamjobs 00:19:47
3 Mike Williams Poole Whs 00:20:07
4 Steven Pink Poole Whs 00:20:32
5 Shawn Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles 00:20:33
6 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:20:42
7 Phil Brown trainSharp 00:20:52
8 Jamie Franklin Velo Club Venta 00:20:56
9 Ian Patterson Utag RT 00:20:58
10 Ray Claridge New Forest CC 00:21:06
11 Richard Porter CC Weymouth 00:21:07
12 Nic Stevenson Westerley Cycling Club 00:21:12
13 Nick Frewin Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:21:19
14 Graham Harman Sotonia CC 00:21:21
15 Thomas Piloni Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:21:22
16 Martin Piper TeamSpy 00:21:33
17 Nigel Sign Fareham Wheelers CC 00:21:40
18 Paul Axon Poole Whs 00:21:45
19 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 00:22:06
20 Nicholas Barks Poole Whs 00:22:08
21 Craig Weston Poole Whs 00:22:19
22 Doug Parker Sid Valley CC 00:22:38
23 Ian Diaper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:22:39
24 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael 00:22:44
25 Terry Icke CC Weymouth 00:22:54
26 Phillip Scriven Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:22:55
27 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:05
28 Joanne Jago Performance Cycles CC 00:23:08
29 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:23:10
30 Chris Simpson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:23:14
31 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:24
32 Richard Ryder Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles 00:23:36
33 Bob Ghandour Poole Whs 00:23:41
34 Rupert Silman Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 00:23:45
35 John French Oxford City RC 00:23:48
36 David Barlow Wincanton Wheelers 00:23:49
37 Ben Eley Frome and District Wheelers 00:23:53
38 Mark German 1st Chard Wheelers 00:24:02
39 Oliver Berney Royal Sutton CC 00:24:24
40 Dean Ward 1st Chard Wheelers 00:24:30
41 Neil Dyble Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:24:45
42 William Simmons Christchurch Bicycle Club 00:24:46
43 Rachel Hackman Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 00:25:07
44 Terry Belbin Poole Whs 00:25:10
45 Lizzy Stocker IRIS Race Team 00:25:15
46 Alan Doney Portsmouth Triathletes 00:25:53
47 Martin Balk 3C Cyclexperience 00:26:02
48 David Arrowsmith CC Weymouth 00:27:13
49 Chris Summers Sotonia CC 00:27:16
50 Catherine Pascoe New Forest CC 00:28:22
51 Ian Turner Tornado Road Cycling Club 00:34:30 11:22pen

Tandem
Andy Cooper & Louisa Cooper BJW 19:51

Friday, 7 June 2019

Bournemouth Arrow CC Club 10, Results


P311 Ringwood 06/06/10
1 Jamie Whitcher Bournemouth Cycleworks 00:21:26 27.99
2 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:22:40 26.47
3 Pawel Niewiadomy VC Venta 00:22:42 26.43
4 Martin Andrews V C Venta 00:22:48 26.32
5 James Dick Tri Team Wessex 00:22:56 26.16
6 Alex Hawkes New Forest CC 00:23:26 25.60
7 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 00:24:24 24.59
8 Colin Scott Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:25:07 23.89
9 Joey Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:25:42 23.35
10 Rob Wickham Poole Wheelers 00:25:49 23.24
11 Anja Heijnen Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 00:26:17 22.83
12 Alastair Cooper Sotonia CC 00:26:21 22.77
13 Gareth Rose Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:26:43 22.46
14 Lizzy Stocker Iris Racing 00:27:34 21.77
15 Mike Hawkins Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:30:19 19.79
Thanks to Michelle Walter

Thursday, 6 June 2019

Portsmouth Evening Circuits #9, Results


Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth 05/06/19
YOUTH U12 [C] / U10 [D] / U8 [E]

1st 62 Harrison HENDY D Team HUP
2nd 44 Jed CLAXTON C Wheal Velocity
3rd 41 Charlie SHEPHERD C Sotonia CC
4th 61 Myles BRADLEY D Wight Youth Cycling Club
5th 43 Thomas HAMPSON C Velo Club Venta
6th 42 Jack MORGAN C Solent Pirates
7th 70 Syke MARTINGALE Dg Sotonia CC
8th 78 Lorenzo SCARPONI E Sotonia CC
9th 80 Chase BRADLEY E Wight Youth Cycling Club
10th 79 Giulio SCARPONI E Sotonia CC
11th 71 Jaya MARTINGALE Eg Sotonia CC
YOUTH U16 [A] / YOUTH U14 [B]

1st 2 Max FRANCIS A Salisbury Road & Mountain CC
2nd 3 George COTTRELL A Poole Wheelers CC
3rd 1 Oscar PRATT A Velo Club Venta
4th 23 Ollie BOARER B I-Team Cyclists' Club
5th 40 Katie-Ann CALTON Bg Solent Pirates
6th 24 Alexander MURPHY B Velo Club Venta
7th 22 Oliver MORGAN B Solent Pirates
8th 21 Ethan McNAMARA B VC Meudon
4 / J4

1st 9 James ALLEN 4 Alton CC
2nd 5 Charlie HARRISON J4 VC Meudon
3rd 8 Ken HOULBERG 4 Portsmouth North End CC
4th 6 Luke ROBERTS 4 Racing Club Ravenna
5th 1 Mark HARDY 4 Army Cycling Union
6th 4 David COOPER 4 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
7th 7 Tomos JONES 4 Club Engie (NW)
3 / J3

1st 68 Chris McGOVERN 3 Southampton University Road Club
2nd 66 James RICHARDS 3 Southampton University Road Club
3rd 65 Russell THOMSON 3 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
4th 64 Russell SPEIGHT 3 Sotonia CC
5th 52 Sam MURPHY 3 DHCyclesport Cycling Club
6th 73 Sam FOX 3 British Cycling Private Member - South
7th 67 Gareth SMITH 3 Southdown Velo
8th 71 Cameron THOMPSON 3 VC St Raphael
9th 53 Graham HOLLIDGE 3 Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
10th 72 Ben FERRIS J3 Andover Whls
11th 54 Owen GILES J3 Portsmouth North End CC
12th 55 Callum MCQUEEN 3 Team HUUB
13th 62 Richard DAY 3 Braishfield CC
14th 51 James SMEE 3 Chichester City Riders (CCR)
15th 61 Andy WARD 3 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
16th 59 Clint OLIVER 3
17th 56 Philip MCNAMARA 3 VC Meudon
18th 60 Kev FOSTER 3 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
19th 58 Jeremy HUBBARD 3 Hargroves Cycles CC
20th 57 Jerry COOPER 3 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
21st 70 Luke GILDER 3 Mountain Trax RT
22nd 63 Sophie TILLER Ag i-Team Cyclists' Club
23rd 69 Oli WOODCOCK 3 VCGH

E / 1 / 2 / J

1st 7 Mark TREVIS 2 Informed Sport - LGC
2nd 13 Ed SLOT 2 Sotonia CC
3rd 11 Luis COUNTINHO 2 Racing Club Ravenna
4th 9 Joe PARKER 2 Blazing Saddles Cycles
5th 6 Stuart THOMPSON 2 VC St Raphael
6th 2 Joseph CLARK 2 i-Team Cyclists' Club
7th 4 James PETT 2 WightlinkWight Mountain CRT.
8th 14 Luke JEROME 2 Racing Club Ravenna
9th 1 Samuel CLARK J2 Hargroves-Montezuma's
10th 12 Harry JOHNSON 2 VC St Raphael
11th 64 Russell SPEIGHT 3 Sotonia CC
12th 15 Alexandros MATSANGOS 1 KMeaters
13th 5 Ian WRIGHTSON 2 Wyndymilla
14th 8 Mark VALENTINE 2 Poole Wheelers Cycling Club
15th 10 Jacob SCHNABEL A Fareham Wheelers CC

Comp Records Fall at ...a3crg 15, Report/Results


...a3crg Flying Fifteen P884b/15 ~ 5th June

What a night on the A3, we all hope for a "PB", maybe a local vets record or even a district record, but what about setting a new National Competition Record, yes that is always amazing but to see three new records set, well, that is really amazing!
Dave Collard-Berry Reports...
They were not broken by seconds but best described as annihilated; this was the Women's record, the Men's record & the mixed Tandem record all at 15 miles. The event in question was the ...a3crg Flying Fifteen, a part of their Mid-Week summer series. Christopher Fennell (The Independent Pedaler), pictured, made the trip from Thanet to blast around the Longmoor course at an average 32.67mph to set a time of 27:33, the previous record was 28:27, while his team-mate Emma Lewis clocked 29:48 beating Alice Lethbridge's record of 31:30 set on the A3 last June. If that wasn't enough record breaking, Rachael Elliot & Ian Greenstreet guided their tandem round to a new record time of 28:01 (32.12mph).

There was plenty of chatter in the HQ afterwards as riders where claiming new 15 mile pb's & some saying they had got new age records, it was all "heady-stuff". There are two more 15 mile tt's planned this season but can they be as good as this one? Well the old adage is the best times are done on the day when you can't race but your mates can.

Results…a3crg Summer Time Trials 2019
Course P884b/15 (A3) Longmoor ~ Wednesday 5th June 2019
#Women's, Men's & Tandem Flying Fifteen
Flying Tandem Fifteen
1 Rachael Elliott Newbury RC WV 00:28:01*
1 Ian Greenstreet AeroCoach Vet
* New National Record (TBC)
"Women's Flying Fifteen Result"

1 Emma Lewis The Independent Pedaler WS 00:29:48*
2 Faye Faber NOPINZ WS 00:32:23
3 Angela Carpenter …a3crg WV 00:33:03
4 Kirsty McSeveney …a3crg WS 00:34:08
5 Sarah Matthews …a3crg WV 00:34:21
6 Lara Taylor VC Godalming & Haslemere WV 00:34:32
7 Sue Rust Kettering CC WV 00:34:33
8 Marianne Holt Team Bottrill WS 00:35:01
9 Deborah Smith Southdown Velo WV 00:35:11
10 Freya Richardson Hargroves Montezuma RT WJ 00:35:53
11 Lucy Mitchell …a3crg WV 00:36:15
12 Michelle Walter Bournemouth Arrow CC WV 00:38:12
13 Eva Nyirenda …a3crg WS 00:38:59
14 Robyn Yates Addiscombe CC WV 00:39:32
15 Joanna Wells Hounslow & District Wheelers WV 00:40:30
16 Amy Pretorius …a3crg WEsp 00:41:37
17 Lorna Rowland Twickenham CC WV 00:42:38
* New National Record (TBC)
Team Classification

1 …a3crg Angela Carpenter, Kirsty McSeveney, Sarah Matthews 01:41:32
"Men's Flying Fifteen Scratch Result"

1 Christopher Fennell The Independent Pedaler Esp 00:27:33*
2 Liam Maybank Twickenham CC Vet 00:28:41
3 Mark Smith Crawley Wheelers Vet 00:29:00
4 Kevin Tye VeloRefined Aerosmiths Vet 00:29:14
5 Jon Puleston-Jones Dulwich Paragon CC Vet 00:29:35
6 Alan Murchison DRAG2ZERO Vet 00:29:39
7 Nick Tarmey Velo Club Venta Vet 00:29:56
8 Howard Bayley Blazing Saddles Vet 00:30:02
9 Andrew Langdown Blazing Saddles Vet 00:30:26
10 Ben Williams i-team Cyclists Club Esp 00:30:50
11 Stuart McPhail Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Sen 00:30:59
12 James Fawcett …a3crg Vet 00:31:01
13 Colin McDermott Festival Road Club Vet 00:31:04
14 Andrew Thomas …a3crg Sen 00:31:11
15 David Shepherd …a3crg Vet 00:31:19
16 Rhys Thomas Southampton University RC Sen 00:31:27
17 Stuart Ashley Loch Leven Cycles RT Vet 00:31:30
18 Alex Allen Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Sen 00:31:34
19 Adrian Blacker C and N Cycles RT Vet 00:31:44
20 Chris Tomsett JAM Cycle Race Team Sen 00:32:03
21 Steve Legg …a3crg Vet 00:32:07
22 Chris Lord Brighton Excelsior CC Vet 00:32:16
23 Shaun Smart Southdown Velo Vet 00:32:21
24 David Wells Petersfield Tri Club Vet 00:32:26
25 Jon Saunders Charlotteville CC Sen 00:32:44
26 Nigel Sign Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 00:32:46
27 David Dalton Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 00:33:03
28 Perry Lee Southdown Velo Vet 00:33:10
29 Gavin Hinxman DRAG2ZERO (Trike) Vet 00:33:19
30 Dale Buckett Bike Jockey CC Esp 00:33:34
31 Michael Stevens Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 00:33:40
32 Matthew Butler Charlotteville CC Sen 00:34:14
33 Andrew Phipps Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Vet 00:35:24
34 Derek Dowden Hampshire Road Club Vet 00:35:54
35 John Beer Kingston Phoenix RC Vet 00:36:01
36 Mike Garner …a3crg Vet 00:36:05
37 Arthur Waghorn Bognor Regis CC Vet 00:36:17
38 Mike Boyce …a3crg Vet 00:36:30
39 John Isard Hampshire Road Club Vet 00:36:44
40 Robert Pretorius …a3crg Vet 00:36:59
41 Alan Doney Portsmouth Triathletes Vet 00:37:09
42 Simon Craig-McFeely …a3crg Vet 00:37:31
43 Robert Oliver Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 00:38:29
44 Paul Beck Hampshire Road Club Vet 00:40:07
45 Peter Knipe Fareham Wheelers CC Vet 00:40:14
46 Robert Jolliffe New Forest CC Vet 00:40:41
* New National Record (TBC)
Team Classification

1 …a3crg James Fawcett, Andrew Thomas, David Shepherd 01:33:31
2 Royal Navy & RM CA Stuart McPhail, Alex Allen, Andrew Phipps 01:37:57
3 Fareham Wheelers CC Nigel Sign, David Dalton, Michael Stevens 01:39:29
4 Hampshire Road Club Derek Dowden, John Isard, Paul Beck 01:52:45

Horton again as Crash Disrupt's Sprint


James Horton (VC St Raphael) avoided a crash in the last few metres to calmly win another sprint at Moreton in Dorset. It was Horton’s third win in the Bournemouth Cycleworks sponsored series this year, proving just too fast for another couple of Moreton regulars, Phil Cole (Bournemouth Cyclworks-Vitecfire Ford Civil), 2nd and Julian Lockwood (Primera-Teamjobs) in 3rd place. Behind Horton, Cole & Lockwood, three riders came down as they ran out of room in the congested finale.
Jon Clemas (Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil), last weeks winner, Matt Todd & Steve Pink (Poole Wheelers) touched wheels as the bunch jostled for position, Clemas fared the worse but all walked away, a snapped frame and broken wheel among the reported damage. Before this finish line drama an uneventful evening had seen the scratch group bring the race together with 3 laps remaining.
In the womens race, Kate Bowers (Bournemouth Cycleworks Vitec Fire Ford Civil) traded blows with Steph Lewars (Poole Wheelers), the pair attacking each other in turn. Bowers got the verdict leading out the sprint from distance as Lewars sat up.

1 James Horton
2 Phil Cole
3 Julian Lockwood
4 Tony Revel Bournemouth Cycle works
5 Toby Manning MSG
6 Stephen Morphew Poole Wh
7 Wayne Pitman Fir to Ride
8 Zak Snell Bournemouth Cycleworks
9 Lyndon Thompson Colton Care
10 Roland Tilley Bournemouth Cycleworks
Women
1 Kate Bowers
2 Steph Lewars
3 Carol Tilley Bournemouth Cycleworks

Andover Wheelers Club 8.5, Results


Course: P614c 04/06/2019 Distance: 8.25

1 Nigel Pratt Andover Wheelers 00:17:58
2 Paul Sanders Andover Wheelers 00:18:45
3 Mitchell Webber Andover Wheelers 00:18:53
4 Pete Harris Andover Wheelers 00:19:19
5 Gary Parmenter Andover Wheelers 00:19:24
6 Kevin Baker Andover Wheelers 00:19:29
7 Steve Longman Andover Wheelers 00:19:40
8 Paul Mustow SRAM 00:19:45
9 Dave West SRAM 00:19:59
10 Stacey Close Andover Wheelers 00:20:00
11 Gary Richardson Andover Wheelers 00:20:04
12 Callum Holmes Andover Wheelers 00:20:11
13 Alastair Currie Andover Wheelers 00:20:17
14 Cameron Thompson VC St Raphael 00:20:22
15 Dave Sloan Andover Wheelers 00:20:36
16 Tony Hamilton SRAM 00:20:52
17 Dan Ongley Andover Wheelers 00:21:06
18 Rob McEwan SRAM 00:21:08
19 Adrian Feek Bath RC 00:21:09
20 Les Carruthers Andover Wheelers 00:21:14
21 Dan Mason Andover Wheelers 00:21:21 2
22 Jim Susans Andover Wheelers 00:21:26
23 Jo Bissett Andover Wheelers 00:22:09
24 Katy Parsons SRAM 00:22:11
25 Nick Pickering Andover Wheelers 00:22:14
26 M Snook SRAM 00:22:29
27 Pete Dennett Andover Wheelers 00:22:52
28 Kath Mason CAT 00:23:20
29 Sharon Harding Andover Wheelers 00:23:45
30 Benjamin Webster Andover Wheelers 00:24:27
31 Nick Cooper Andover Wheelers 00:24:41
Thanks to Mike Webber

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Poole Wheelers Club 10/20, Results


POOLE WHEELERS 10/20 MILE TT 5TH JUNE 2019 Gallows Hill

1 Tom Day Poole Whs 2nd Claim 21.36 43.41
2 Tim Flynn Poole Whs 22.57 46.05
3 Craig Weston Poole Whs 24.41 49.25
4 Peter Short Poole Whs 24.52 49.32
5 Gary Trudgett Poole Whs 25.45 51.46
6 Chris Hill Poole Whs 26.09 51.57
7 Ben Salvia Poole Whs 26.51 52.52
8 Mark Hardwicke BACC 26.33 53.01
9 Nigel Rendell Poole Whs 26.37 53.23
10 Ian Dryden Poole Whs 26.51 54.04
11 Terry Belbin Poole Whs 27.13 54.25
12 Matt Laishley Poole Whs 27.27 54.49
13 Sarah Bascombe Poole Whs 28.34 56.48 lady
14 Phil Harvey BJW 28.43 57.42
15 Ellie Rendell Poole Whs 29.00 57.53 lady
16 Anna Hutchings Poole Whs 30.00 1.00.46 lady

10 MILE TIME TRIALS
1 Sam Wadsley Primera 20.46 course record
2 Martin Rowland Primera 22.51
3 Nick Barks Poole Whs 23.40
4 Ben Whitcher Poole Whs 23.43
5 Ben Gill Poole Whs 25.26 jv
6 Jon Terry Poole Whs 26.47
7 Daryll Tidd Poole Whs 27.04
8 Digby Llewellyn Poole Whs 29.33 jv
9 Clare Stockley Swanage BC 30.47

CC Weymouth Club 25, Results


CC Weymouth P451/25 4th June 2018

1 Giles Heamon MSnG 00:57:54
2 Mat White CCW 00:58:37
3 David Butt CCW 00:58:50
4 Colin Brumble CCW 01:01:54
5 Terry Icke CCW 01:03:06
6 Paddy Jones CCW 01:04:30
7 Matthew Merrit CCW 01:05:54
8 Peter Honeybun CCW 01:09:02
9 Stuart Carrington CCW 01:12:45

New Forest CC Club 10, Results


04/06/19
A great field on an evening that again threatened rain, but it had passed through earlier in the afternoon; a not entirely helpful wind faced the riders instead. Aron Kelly was just beaten to the win by Antony Green, Aron had been altering his bar set-up the previous day and wasn’t entirely happy with it; Ray Claridge rounded out the podium. Alex Hawkes posted a very good time (one to watch!), Richard Parker and Graham Lenton also putting in 23 minute rides. In the women's field, Sonia Laurie is putting in some fast times and will highly likely go up a division next year. Good times were also posted by long distance specialists Phil Grant and Phil Harris, perhaps proving that getting the miles in doesn’t harm speed.

1 Antony Green NFCC 22:11
2 Aron Kelly NFCC 22:13
3 Ray Claridge NFCC 22:48
4 Alex Hawkes NFCC 23:19
5 Richard Parker NFCC 23:49
6 Graham Lenton NFCC 23:52
7 Phil Grant NFCC 24:07
8 Phil Harris NFCC 24:49
9 Bob Dowling NFCC 24:55
10 Phil Jones NFCC 25:18
11 Richard Mason NFCC 25:34
12 Dan Mitchell NFCC 25:41
13 Martin Olney 26:05
14 Nick Brown 26:17
15 Sonia Laurie NFCC 26:25
16 Nick O’Rourke 26:35
17 Peter Coombs 27:29
18 Geoff Weller NFCC 27:30
19 Peter Weaver NFCC 27:37
20 Mike Barnfield ? 28:35
21 Bob Jolliffe NFCC 28:50
22 Catherine Pascoe NFCC 28:52
23 Isabelle Parkes NFCC 29:32
24 Becky Croton 29:36
25 Chris Summers Sotonia 29:54
26 Peter Hawker NFCC 30:58
27 Chris Mills NFCC 31:20
28 Noreen Henderson NFCC 33:29
29 George Weller NFCC 33:34
30 Andrea Adams ? 38:18

Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10, Results


P311 Ringwood-Sopley 04/06/19
1 Nick Jones BJW 22.42
2 Cliff Rowe BJW 23.24
3 Phil Scriven BJW 24.08
4 Will Solomon BJW 24.28
5 Nic Stevenson Westerley RC 24.44
6 Rupert Silman BJW 25.09
7 Chris Simpson BJW 25.15
8 Gary Chiverton BJW 25.27
9 Mark Hitchcott BJW 25.39
10 Julian Snook BJW 26.56
11 Dan Scott BJW 29.31
12 Paul Brown BJW 29.34
13 Barrie Stevens BJW 29.39

Timekeepers: Martin Reeder & Dave Mansfield
Other helpers: Clive Peskett & Jacky Prosser
Thanks to Jacky Prosser

South & South West Junior Road Champs, Brief Result


Tom Day (Giant Cycling-Halo Films) wins the South Region Junior Road Title on the Davidstow Circuit in Cornwall on Sunday June 2nd, outsprinting Matthew Houlberg (Portsmouth North End)
1. Thomas Day Giant Cycling Club - Halo Film
2. Matthew Houlberg Portsmouth North End CC
3. George Greensmith Propello
4. Dominic Pullen Propello
5. Jacques Coates Cycle Team OnForm
6. William Jewitt Avid Sport
7. Tristan Davies Mid Devon CC
8. Jack Dallyn Exeter Wheelers
9. Dan Byrne Black Line
10. Danny Havey Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club

Buckley & Greenwood Boss the Heath!


Ken Buckley (Nuun Sigma Sport London RT) & Mark Greenwood (Army Cycling) were the victors at the Beaulieu Heath road races on Tuesday evening.
Buckley was part of group of 7 that went away on the first lap of the 35 mile senior race, James Peckham, Brook Elgie, Ben Scott-Munden (Sotonia CC), Tom Day (Giant CC Halo Films), Jamie Whitcher (Bournemouth Cycleworks) & Stuart Le Tissier (DHC) had gone with Buckley as the race turned into the wind on the Beaulieu road.
Buckley continued to drive the break and at the bell only Elgie and newly crowned South Region Junior road champion Tom Day were still with the big man. Elgie and Day were dispatched in the wind on the final lap leaving Buckley to a solo victory. Elgie proved too strong for Day, grabbing second place in the uphill sprint.
Greenwood was equally dominant in the veterans race, riding away on the first lap for an impressive win.
Jason Eastwood (Hargroves- Montezumas) easily outsprinted Steve Dring (Team Echelon) as the bunch came in a full minute down on Greenwood.
The second round of the 3 race series is on Tuesday 18th June, entries via The TLI Website
More Photos on our FACEBOOK page
Veterans 4 laps 28 Miles
1 Mark Greenwood A Army CU
2 Jay Eastwood B Hargroves Montezuma
3 Steve Dring B Team Echelon
4 Roland Tilley D Bournemouth Cycleworks
5 Darryl Strong C DHC
6 Wayne Pitman B Club Fit to Ride
7 Lyndon Thompson C
8 Malcolm Scott C Bournemouth Cycleworks
9 Matthew Whelan A DHC
10 Nick Bonner B
11 Richard New D VC Venta
12 Martin Turner C Nieuw Bos
13 Pete Wilson F Bournemouth Arrow
14 Martin Finnerty D
15 Rowan Horner B VC Raphael
16 Jonathan Hall C Sotonia CC
17 James Cocker B VC Venta
18 Christopher Hutchings D VC Venta
19 Marcus Attridge A Bike Jockey CC
20 Tom Budden A Sotonia CC
21 Oliver Berney C
22 Lee Shirley C
23 Ed Gurney B VC Venta
24 Tim Cooke C Sotonia CC
25 Russell Wynn A New Forest CC
26 Aj Williams A Nieuw Bos
27 James Davenport A Nieuw Bos

Seniors 5 Laps 35 Miles
1 Ken Buckley M Nuun Sigma Sport London RT
2 Brook Elgie A Sotonia CC
3 Thomas Day J Giant CC Halo Films
4 Stuart Le Tissier M DHC
5 James Peckham M Sotonia CC
6 Jamie Whitcher YA Bournemouth Cycleworks
7 Stephen Morphew M Poole Wheelers
8 Elliot Chilton S New Forest CC
9 Ant Gritton M Sotonia CC
10 Pawel Niewiadomy M VC Venta
11 Matt Todd S
12 Ben Scott-Munden S Sotonia CC
13 Philip Godfrey M
14 Gregg Meade M
15 Luke Monahan M
16 Stewart Ward M New Forest CC
17 Richard Holder M

Portsmouth North End CC 25, Results


Sunday 2nd June P881, Greatham, Hants
1 James Rix Male Vet Team Bottrill 49:01
2 Ben Elliott Male Senior C and N Cycles RT 49:27
3 Samuel Wadsley Male Espoir Primera-Teamjobs 49:49
4 Ant Gritton Male Senior Sotonia CC 49:53
5 Paul Burton Male Senior Paceline RT 49:57
6 Matthew Buckley Male Senior Andover Wheelers 50:29
7 Howard Shaw Male Senior trainSharp 50:33
8 Marc Townsend Male Senior Eastbourne Rovers CC 50:39
9 Pete Morris Male Vet Team ASL 51:16
10 Peter Hooper Male Senior Eastbourne Rovers CC 51:27
11 Nik Allen Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 51:42
12 Simon Berogna Male Vet Velo Club St Raphael 51:47
13 David Triska Male Senior Team Bottrill 52:00
14 Matthew Smith Male Senior Team ASL 52:22
14 James Fawcett Male Vet ...a3crg 52:22
16 Matt Linham Male Senior Portsmouth North End CC 52:23
17 Brett Davis Male Vet Lewes Wanderers CC 52:28
18 Mark Stafford Male Vet Portsmouth North End CC 52:34
19 Paul Haywood Male Vet Epsom CC 52:44
20 Mark Bashford Male Senior East Grinstead CC (Merlin Cycle Coaching) 52:50
21 Nick Jones Male Vet Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 52:53
22 Paul Morris Male Senior Fareham Wheelers CC 53:10
23 Andrew Thomas Male Senior ...a3crg 53:13
24 Kevin Baker Male Senior Andover Wheelers 53:14
25 Luke Rendell Male Senior Poole Whs 53:17
26 Richard Gifford Male Vet trainSharp 53:31
27 Tom Houghton Male Vet Brighton Excelsior CC 53:44
28 Jon Hughes Male Vet Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 53:50
29 Chris Lord Male Vet Brighton Excelsior CC 54:03
30 Michael Davey Male Vet trainSharp 54:05
31 Andy Lack Male Vet Paceline RT 54:10
32 Mark Newton Male Vet Elite Cycling 54:18
33 Matt Hill Male Vet Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 54:19
34 Ray Claridge Male Vet New Forest CC 54:21
35 Rachel Przybylski Female Senior Charlotteville Cycling Club 54:24
35 Jon Saunders Male Senior Charlotteville Cycling Club 54:24
37 Graham Harman Male Vet Sotonia CC 54:47
38 Paul Byford Male Vet Crawley Wheelers 54:48
39 Noel Miles Male Vet East Grinstead Tri Club 55:02
40 Neil Crowther Male Vet Blazing Saddles 55:06
41 James Churchard Male Vet Reading CC 55:08
42 David Walters Male Vet Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 55:09
43 Michael Gates Male Senior C and N Cycles RT 55:14
44 Peter Walker Male Vet ...a3crg 55:32
45 Roderick Macfadyen Male Vet Reading CC 55:38
46 James Fritchley Male Vet Westbury Wheelers 55:46
47 Arthur Boulton Male Junior Vision Innovative Leisure Racing Team 55:51
48 Gary Ferrett Male Vet Hampshire Road Club 55:54
49 Adrian Talley Male Vet Portsmouth North End CC 55:56
50 William Grainger Male Vet Andover Wheelers 55:57
50 Nigel Sign Male Vet Fareham Wheelers CC 55:57
52 Peter Hatt Male Vet Velo Club St Raphael 56:05
53 Simon Steeles Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 56:08
54 Christian Yates Male Vet East Grinstead CC (Merlin Cycle Coaching) 56:15
55 Greg Harding Male Vet Farnham RC 56:23
56 Billy Holman Male Vet ...a3crg 56:26
57 Trevor Leeding Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 56:32
58 Derrick Thirlwell Male Vet Kingston Wheelers CC 56:35
59 Neil Langley Male Vet Hampshire Road Club 56:37
60 Ian Cheesman Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 57:09
61 Conor Boyle Male Vet Woking Cycle Club 57:12
61 Martin Booker Male Vet South Downs Bikes / Casco Pet 57:12
63 Martin Beale Male Vet Velo Club St Raphael 57:20
64 Stuart Peckham Male Vet New Forest CC 57:21
65 Elise Sherwell Female Vet Look Mum No Hands! 57:26
66 Jon Fry Male Vet Horsham Cycling 57:37
67 Jerry Bromyard Male Vet ...a3crg 57:39
68 Michael Stevens Male Vet Fareham Wheelers CC 57:48
69 Mark Wright Male Vet Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 57:52
70 Lee Turner Male Vet Sigma Sports 57:53
71 Peter Cottington Male Vet Bath Cycling Club 57:54
72 David Earl Male Vet trainSharp 58:47
73 Derek Dowden Male Vet Hampshire Road Club 59:11
74 Nick Mccormick Male Vet Epsom CC 59:31
75 Mike O'gorman Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 59:37
76 Colin Toppin Male Vet Worthing Excelsior CC 59:39
77 Paul Thompson Male Vet Twickenham CC 59:44
78 Colin Gray Male Vet Norwood Paragon CC 1:00:18
79 Steve Skinner Male Vet Bognor Regis CC 1:00:46
80 Ben Skelton Male Vet London Dynamo 1:00:57
81 Mike Boyce Male Vet ...a3crg 1:01:34
82 Richard Woodward Male Vet East Grinstead CC (Merlin Cycle Coaching) 1:02:07
83 Mike Garner Male Vet ...a3crg 1:02:08
84 John Isard Male Vet Hampshire Road Club 1:02:26
85 Adrian Watkins Male Vet Tornado Road Cycling Club 1:02:29
86 Ali Walters Female Vet Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 1:02:39
87 Michael Gowan Male Vet Festival Road Club 1:03:26
88 Jonathan Lacey Male Vet Southdown Velo 1:03:28
89 Terry Belbin Male Vet Poole Whs 1:04:15
90 Christopher, Rosam Male Vet Epsom CC 1:04:36
91 Simon Craig-Mcfeely Male Vet ...a3crg 1:04:41
92 Alastair Mallett Male Vet Southdown Velo 1:05:47
93 Peter Horsfield Male Redmon CC 1:05:48
94 Fiona Scotter Female Vet ...a3crg 1:06:23
95 Teresa Goddard Female Vet Kingston Wheelers CC 1:07:20

Beaulieu Heath Race Series #1, Rider List


The League International Heath Road series returns tonight (4th), the first of a 3 race, fortnightly series based at Appelmore in the New Forest. Over 60 riders have entered the opening round with the seniors & Juniors covering 35 miles (5 laps) and Veterans racing over 28 miles (4 laps). Start 7pm.
Veterans
1 Matthew Whelan A DHC
2 Brook Elgie A Sotonia CC
3 Marcus Attridge A Bike Jockey CC
4 Tom Budden A Sotonia CC
5 Russell Wynn A New Forest CC
6 Lee Sutton A DHC
7 Aj Williams A Nieuw Bos
8 James Davenport A Nieuw Bos
9 Mark Greenwood A
11 Stuart Peckham B New Forest CC
12 Jay Eastwood B Hargroves Montezuma
13 Justin Menhenett B Sotonia CC
14 19294 Nick Bonner B
15 10029 Steve Dring B Team Echelon
16 19759 James Cocker B VC Venta
17 19772 Ed Gurney B VC Venta
18 16457 Mike Naulls B VC Venta
19 Wayne Pitman B Club Fit to Ride
20 Rowan Horner B VC Raphael
21 19698 Peter Bowring C Nieuw Bos
22 18863 Lee Shirley C
23 18789 Darryl Strong C DHC
24 13912 Tim Cooke C Sotonia CC
25 18746 Jonathan Hall C Sotonia CC
26 19848 Martin Turner C Nieuw Bos
27 16150 Lyndon Thompson C
28 18975 Oliver Berney C
29 18887 Malcolm Scott C Bournemouth Cycleworks
31 18295 Richard New D VC Venta
32 17979 Robert Cranstone D GS Vecchi
33 18780 Jonathan Dudley D Sotonia CC
34 10018 Roland Tilley D Bournemouth Cycleworks
35 18848 Christopher Hutchings D VC Venta
36 19947 Martin Finnerty D
37 18829 Patrick Lafford D Crabwood CC
41 18839 Peter French E DHC
42 18641 John Phillips E Sotonia CC
43 19211 Pete Wilson F Bournemouth Arrow

JUNIORS AND SENIORS START LIST
1 19024 Ant Gritton M Sotonia CC
2 18296 Pawel Niewiadomy M VC Venta
3 15551 Andy Witheford M Bournemouth Cycleworks
4 19714 Ken Buckley M Nuun Sigma Sport London RT
5 15496 Luke Monahan M
6 18774 Gregg Meade M
7 15689 Simon Lock M
8 14671 Stewart Ward M New Forest CC
9 19753 Stephen Morphew M Poole Wheelers
10 18788 Stuart Le Tissier M DHC
11 14572 James Peckham M Sotonia CC
12 19949 Michael Woodhead M
13 19946 Richard Holder M
14 15085 Philip Godfrey M
15 17942 Elliot Chilton S New Forest CC
16 14717 Ben Scott-Munden S Sotonia CC
17 18229 Christian Shubart Knapton S
18 19422 Matt Todd S
19 15690 Philip Dickson S Poole Wheelers
20 15214 Oscar Hutchings S Team Tor 2000
21 19945 Dexter Fox S Bc Private Member
22 19863 Daniel Banks S
23 Thomas Day J Giant CC Halo Films
24 Jamie Whitcher YA Bournemouth Cycleworks



Monday, 3 June 2019

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers "Ski Slope" 10, Start List


Primera-Teamjobs pair,Sam Wadsley & Paul Jones head the field at the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 10 on the notoriously fast P415 at on Upton Sunday 9th June.
Tandem
1 07:02:00 Louisa Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Tandem
1 07:02:00 Andrew Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Tandem
Solo
4 07:04:00 David Arrowsmith CC Weymouth V
5 07:05:00 Catherine Pascoe New Forest CC FV
6 07:06:00 Chris Summers Sotonia CC V notoriously fast
7 07:07:00 Martin Balk 3C Cyclexperience V
8 07:08:00 David Barlow Wincanton Wheelers V
9 07:09:00 Dean Ward 1st Chard Wheelers S
10 07:10:00 Bob Ghandour Poole Whs S
11 07:11:00 Rachel Hackman Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA FV
12 07:12:00 Lizzy Stocker IRIS Race Team FS
13 07:13:00 Colin Mooney Portsdown Hill CC V
14 07:14:00 William Simmons Christchurch Bicycle Club V
15 07:15:00 Chris Simpson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
16 07:16:00 Ian Turner Tornado Road Cycling Club V
17 07:17:00 Neil Dyble Bournemouth Arrow CC V
18 07:18:00 Alan Doney Portsmouth Triathletes V
19 07:19:00 Phillip Scriven Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
20 07:20:00 Terry Belbin Poole Whs V
21 07:21:00 Rupert Silman Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
22 07:22:00 John Rivett Poole Whs V
23 07:23:00 Mark German 1st Chard Wheelers V
24 07:24:00 Oliver Berney Royal Sutton CC V
25 07:25:00 Ian Diaper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
26 07:26:00 Joanne Jago Performance Cycles CC FS
27 07:27:00 Jonathan Hyndman New Forest CC V
28 07:28:00 Richard Ryder Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles S
29 07:29:00 Ben Eley Frome and District Wheelers J
30 07:30:00 Andrew Mayfield Bournemouth Arrow CC V
31 07:31:00 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC V
32 07:32:00 Paul Axon Poole Whs V
33 07:33:00 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael V
34 07:34:00 Doug Parker Sid Valley CC V
35 07:35:00 Matt Blythe Bournemouth Arrow CC V
36 07:36:00 Nicholas Barks Poole Whs V
37 07:37:00 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC V
38 07:38:00 Thomas Piloni Bournemouth Jubilee Whs S
39 07:39:00 Martin Piper TeamSpy V
40 07:40:00 Craig Weston Poole Whs V
41 07:41:00 Bob Richardson Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
42 07:42:00 Peter Lynk Poole Whs V
43 07:43:00 Nick Frewin Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
44 07:44:00 Richard Porter CC Weymouth V
45 07:45:00 Graham Harman Sotonia CC V
46 07:46:00 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth V
47 07:47:00 Phil Brown trainSharp V
48 07:48:00 John French Oxford City RC V
49 07:49:00 Ray Claridge New Forest CC V
50 07:50:00 Nigel Sign Fareham Wheelers CC V
51 07:51:00 Ian Patterson Utag RT V
52 07:52:00 Mike Williams Poole Whs V
53 07:53:00 Jamie Franklin Velo Club Venta S
54 07:54:00 Terry Icke CC Weymouth V
55 07:55:00 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V
56 07:56:00 Shawn Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers / Wheels Cycles V
57 07:57:00 Nic Stevenson Westerley Cycling Club S
58 07:58:00 Steven Pink Poole Whs V
59 07:59:00 Paul Jones Primera-Teamjobs V
60 08:00:00 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth V
61 08:01:00 Samuel Wadsley Primera-Teamjobs E





Sunday, 2 June 2019

Poole Wheelers Club 10, Results


P415 Upton 02/06019
POOLE WHEELERS CLUB 10 P415 2ND JUNE 2019
1 Paul Jones Primera 20.07
2 Ben Leigh Poole Whs 20.38
3 Darren Orchard MSG 20.42
4 Tim Flynn Poole Whs 20.45
5 Richard Porter CCW 21.35
6 Mike Williams Poole Whs 21.37
7 Tom Piloni BJW 21.38
8 Jamie Franklin VC Venta 21.49
9 Pawel Niewiadomy VC Venta 21.56
10 Russ Corn Poole Whs 22.20
11 Nick Barks Poole Whs 22.31
12 Ben Whitcher Poole Whs 22.40
13 Stuart Martingale Sotonia 22.41
14 Steve Morphew Poole Whs 22.53
15 Colin Brumble CCW 23.03
16 Rupert Silman Poole Whs 23.29
17 Ben Salvia Poole Whs 24.30
18 Gary Trudgett Poole Whs 24.32
19 Rob Tooley Poole Whs 24.40
20 Matt Blythe BACC 24.54
21 Jon Terry Poole Whs 25.02
22 Nigel Rendell Poole Whs 25.03
23 Craig Weston Poole Whs 25.38
23 Jack Martin VC Venta 25.38
25 Ellie Rendell Poole Whs 27.06 lady
26 Chris Summers Sotonia 27.15
27 Bob Joliffe New Forest 27.24
28 Susie Watkins Poole Whs 30.31 lady

Ashton & Freeman Take South Region Road Titles! Report/Results


Jack Freeman ( Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT) & Kimberley Ashton (Caesarean CC Jersey) won the South Region road titles on a contrasting day in Wiltshire.
Ashton claimed her 3rd title in 4 years, the 31 year old from Jersey, sprinting to victory in warm sunshine, (they said she couldn’t sprint). While 20 year old Jack Freeman from Alton, Hants took an emotional win in the wind and rain, embracing Mum, Julie, at the finish (or was it the other way round?) as he celebrated winning a title that means something!
Ashton had soloed to victory in 2015 and again in 2017 and a recent "under the hour" 25 on the Island suggested more of the same but she showed more than a little guile, winning the fiercely contested headwind gallop ahead of the effervescent Jenny Holden (Campinensie-Velo Performance) & the junior-gear riding, 17 year old Caitlin Peters (Story Racing).The women's race incorporated the South West championship with Emma Cockcroft (Bianchi Dama) getting the nod ahaed of teammate Natasha Reddy, a shame just a few more did not make the journey east.
Freeman has been in good form but the title was disappearing rapidly up the road as Alexander Cross (Meudon Pedal Heaven RT), George Smith, Chris Rothwell (Nopinz Symec RT),James Roe , Michael Serafin(Team Estera), Nicholas Tyrie (Primera-Teamjobs) & Thomas Bowering (Activeedge RT) pulled out a lead of nearly 3 minutes, the wind and rain helping the break more than the bunch. The 20 kilometre circuit based around Chitterne on Salisbury plain started to ask questions that the 7 could not answer and with 1 lap of the 80 mile race remaining Freeman was back in the game. He made his move at the flame rouge, the rest couldn’t or wouldn’t follow and the title was secure, if there was any doubt the NEG rider alongside confirmed it telling Freeman “You’ve got this”. Hayden Burton (SixtysixRSN) edged out Red Walters (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK) for the silver medal, to make it a trio of 20 year old's on the podium. Ashton, like Freeman has been in good form but was unable to break away, her trademark escape always closed down.
Holden & Reddy briefly held a gap of 13 secs but the bell was ringing and Ashton was leading the chase and the 55 mile race was altogether going into the finale. The key to success in the uphill, headwind gallop was not to go to early,brinkmanship! Ashton waited and waited till it mattered, it was close but that only made it better. Freeman also had to be patient, the 7 man move that had gone clear two hours into the race looked to have done enough to stay away.
Driven first by Roe & Tyrie, then the added horsepower of Bowering, they worked hard into the worsening weather, perhaps too hard? At the bell the cracks were showing, the weather that was helpful now not, the gap was dropping as Rothwell and Roe were pulling away and half a lap later it was all over for the break.

Rider Reaction
Kimberley Ashton “(Champion) Again! I think my training must be working, I am going really well this year and have knuckled down with my training, since the Commonwealth Games last year, I kind of thought I will just do it for fun and when you do it for fun and are happy you seem to go quite well. I tried to attack early on but everyone was chasing, not just myself but anyone who tried to get away. Luckily the sprint is uphill and into the wind, coming from Jersey I am used to the wind and knew where to position myself, I like a tough course”

Jack Freeman “We were 3 minutes down with two laps to go and there were a lot of people unable to work in the wind. I thought the race was gone, there were seven up the road and I had resigned myself to a top ten. At the bell the gap was down to one minute, we knew we could do it, it was a last ditch effort. I went with about a “K” to go, I knew I could not take Red (Walters) to the line. I looked back once and had about ten metre's. The South Championships has been a really big target for me all year, its my first National B win so its been huge for me, a big season goal

Jennifer Holden
If there had just been two more metre's........i recce’d the course in the week, I knew not to go to early, its so tempting to go early. I kept trying to get away, we tried hard but everyone seemed to want it to stay together and the wind made it tough, it was a grippy course rather than hard, the hills are not long enough or steep enough”

Hayden Burton
Not too bad, it was a pretty hard day, the weather made it hard. We kept pushing we knew the break were finding it tough out there. Miles (Burton) and myself were pushing hard. Jack went with a K to go, I was on the front, we let him go, it was a bit of a mistake really. Miles pulled on the front for thirty seconds or so but we couldn’t get him back”

Caitlin Peters
“Its good, unfortunately I just went a bit too early, the wind was picking up each lap. I did not feel great in the race but I am pleased. The rolling circuit made it fast, they were telling me to come through but it was hard on my junior cassette. I am very happy with a podium finish
Red Walters
I put a few digs in early on but people were chasing, the break had a big gap but we kept working. At the finish I knew if i reacted it would not go well for me, the SixtSixty guys would follow, I was not going to react immediately, I was tempted

*Credit must go to organizer Felix Young who took on the Championship at short notice. Along with his team of volunteers, accredited marshals and national escort group moto riders they kept the race running when a couple of non-race traffic issues threatened to halt the event.
E/1/2/3 Women 57 miles
1 Kimberley Ashton Caesarean CC Jersey
2 Jennifer Holden Campinense – Velo Performance
3 Caitlin Peters Storey Racing
4 Poppy Thompson Team Jadan Weldtite-Vive le Ve…
5 Emma Cockcroft Bianchi Dama
6 Nicole Coates Performance Cycles
7 Lucy Gadd Storey Racing
8 Natasha Reddy Bianchi Dama
9 Abbie Manley Hargroves-Montezuma’s
10 Jennifer Hudson Brother UK Fusion RT
11 Fiona Russell Brother UK Fusion RT
12 Louise Woolrich Velo Sport Jersey
13 Megan Dickerson Bristol South CC
14 Victoria Lovett Liv Awol
15 Jessica Finney Brother UK – Tifosi p/b OnForm
16 Lauren Johnston Avid Sport
17 Rebecca Steens Velo Sport Jersey
18 Freya Richardson Hargroves-Montezuma’s


E/1/2/3 80 miles
1 Jack Freeman Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT
2 Hayden Burton Sixtysix RSN
3 Red Walters Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother…
4 Christopher Rothwell Nopinz Symec Race Team
5 George Smith Nopinz Symec Race Team
6 Andrew Kirby 73Degrees CC
7 James Roe Team Estera
8 Sam Firby Casp Racing
9 Charlie Lacaille University of Bristol CC
10 Jared Linden Royal Dean Forest CC
11 David Roper Ride 24/7
12 Nicholas Tyrie Primera-TeamJobs
13 Thomas Bowering ActiveEdge Race Team
14 Miles Burton Sixtysix RSN
15 Alexander Cross Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT
16 Michael Serafin Team Estera
17 Shaun Cook Nopinz Symec Race Team
18 James Peckham Sotonia CC
19 Chris Spence Casp Racing
20 Matt Lelliott Steele Davis Via Roma RT
21 Jack English Team Estera
22 James Bevan Army Cycling Union
23 George Jones BIKESTRONG-KTM
24 Luke Barfoot Tri UK
25 Owen Lewis Velo Club Venta
26 Adrian Lawson Nopinz Symec Race Team
27 Ben Millar Bike City
28 David Kovacs Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT
29 Alexandros Matsangos KMeaters
30 Connah Towers Army Cycling Union
31 David Le Roux Velo Sport Jersey
32 Oscar Hutchings Team Tor 2000 KALAS
33 Marc Cox Team Estera
34 Anthony Roberts Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT
35 Elliot Barratt BIKESTRONG-KTM


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