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Friday, 9 March 2012

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Harry Bulstrode (Contre la Montre) scored a weekend double on the Romsey-Brook course in Hampshire. Saturday’s solo 10 mile time trial was run off in calm conditions and Bulstrode set a new course record with 21.38. Sunday’s two-up team 10 was a different story however, as heavy rain made it a day for the hard men. Riding with team mate Andy Bryson, the pair clocked 21.57, drying out at the HQ Bulstrode said “It was quite frightening I could not see, I had a visor on and it kept steaming up because of the rain” Poole Wheelers pair, Gary Dighton & Terry Icke, had placed 4th & 5th respectively in the solo event but decided not to start the deluged two-up. The two events were promoted by former British Best all-rounder, Glenn Longland to mark the 40th anniversary of his first ever time trial.

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers opened their 2012 club programme with the quirky "mountain bike 10". Competitors are encouraged to ride "Off Road" machines "On Road". Dave Pickering proved fastest in the windy conditions, clocking 29.57 just 2 seconds ahead of Cliff Rowe, Andy Graham took third place with 30.28
Round 2 of the local Inter-Club TT series was called off due to torrential rain with standing water covering parts of the course. The series continues this weekend with a double-header: Bournemouth Jubilee run the 20 mile event on the Furzehill circuit on Saturday at 15:00. While on Sunday the Poole Wheelers 15 mile event on the Wareham-Gallows Hill course, starts at 09:00


Bob Jollife (New Forest CC )writes.......NEW Forest Cycling Club triathlete Gary Lock got his time trial season underway with a new personal best 10 in the Antelope Racing Team event on the King’s Somborne to Romsey course on Saturday.Gary, who seems to thrive in tough conditions, clipped seven seconds off his “personal” reducing it to 23-42 on a warm and sunny afternoon which was only spoiled by the stiff westerly which blew away the hopes of many other competitors.
The time trial was the first of two 10s at the weekend promoted by former British Best All Rounder Glenn Longland to mark the 40th anniversary of his first-ever time trial. Stuart Peckham, who has been putting in some sterling work during New Forest CC’s Wednesday evening turbo training sessions, reaped the rewards with an impressive 25-35.Gary Plumb was next best of a six-man “Forest” squad with 26-50 followed by new member Robert Brinsdon (28-00), returnee Martin Balk (30-32) and Bob Jolliffe (31-23).Winner with a course record 21-38 was Harry Bulstrode riding for the new Contre La Montre team. Bulstrode who is hitting top form early also took top honours in Sunday’s two-up team time trial on the same course.Riding with team-mate Andy Bryson he clocked 21-57 in heavy rain which produced huge puddles on parts of the course.Bulstrode said:“I like this course. I thought yesterday it did have a bit more of a tailwind back; but I think it comes down to whether you feel comfortable.”Bob Jolliffe and New Forest CC president, 72-year-old Roger Bacon, finished the event in the lantern rouge position in a time of 33-34.

New Forest CC kicks off its full programme of club time trials on Sunday with a 10-miler on the testing Holmsley-Burley circuit on Sunday (March 11). Event headquarters are at Goatspen car park. The first rider will face the timekeeper at 9.31am.

This is a series of two coach led racing sessions, to be run at Bournemouth Cycling Centre on the two Tuesday's prior to the start of the formal Bournemouth Arrow track league sessions and track league itself!

The Coaching Sessions:
The two sessions will focus on progre...ssing riders technical and tactical abilities at Sprint, Scratch, Elimination & Points Racing.

Who are these sessions aimed at?
The sessions are aimed at competent track riders intending to race track in 2012

The Dates:
Tuesdays the 3rd & 10th of April

The Times:
18:00 arrival for a prompt 18:30 start. Finish at 20:00

The Cost:
The sessions are £8 per rider per session

Track bikes can be hired at an additional cost of £7 per session, these must be booked in advance (07951 776350).

Promoted for and on behalf of cycling time trials under their rules & regulations
Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers open 42km hilly
To be held on the Wool circuit 09.00 Sunday March 18 TH 2012

Event secretary
Barrie Stevens-6 Knotts Close,Child Okeford,Blandford,Dorset,DT11 8ES
E-mail,barriepstevens1@tiscali.co.uk / Tel 01258-860093

FASTEST................£25.00 1ST VET ON STD..................£25.00
SECOND................£20.00 2 nd VET ON STD.................£15.00
PRIME...................£15.00 15th LUCKY RIDER..............£10.00

HQ -JUBILEE CLUB,ROYAL BRITISH LEGION COLLIERS-
LANE,WOOL,BH20 6DJ


COURSE DETAILS
Start by concrete area on the south side of the unclassified road (Wool-Eastholme) opposite s bend sign 2.5 miles east of Wool.Proceed west to Wool where turn left (CARE) onto B3071,passing the first lap
prime at entrance to Lime Kiln farm(5.0 miles)approching top of the long climb. Continue south on B3071 toWest Lulworth (6.0 miles)where very sharp left (GREAT CARE ON ADVERSE CAMBER )
onto B3070 proceed through East Lulworth towards Wareham to turn left (10.3 miles)onto unclassified road
towards Wool.Continue past the start 911.1 miles)and repeat the circuit.After two laps again proceed past the start to Wool where turn left (CARE)as before onto (B3071)to finish (25.7 miles)opposite wooden-
post just before the road on the left signpost to Combe Keynes
In the interests of safty riders must not turn in main road after finishing but proceed to turn in the Combe -
Keynes road prior to retracing to event HQ
LEGION OFFER FULL MENU Tel 01929-462791 for more info/book

TIME KEEPERS ..START.. MIKE WALSH..PRIME.BOB WAREING..
FINISH.. PETER WARHURST..RECORDER..JACKIE PROSSER..NUMBER CHECKER..
CLIVE PESKETT..PUSHER OFF KEITH JOHNS
HEADS UP FOR A SAFE RIDE
Order of start
NO RIDER CLUB CAT STRD TIME Off
2 Barrie Stevens Bournmouth jubilee wheelers v 1.07.56 9.02

3 Brian Wakley Wessex RC v 1.13.44 9.03
4 Anja Heijnen Votwo/usn v 1.11.56 9.04

5 Paul Stockley Wessex RC S N/A 9.05
6 William Newbery primera S NA 9.06
7 Ivan Whitehead Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers v 1.06.50 9.07
8 Gavin Lewis North Road Club S NA 9.08
9 John Charman Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.06.13 9.09
10 Terry Icke Poole Wheelers V 1.12.11 9.10
11 Steven Pink CC Weymouth S NA 9.11
12 Kevin Ridge Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.07.34 9.12
13 Julian Foster CC Weymouth v 1.08.28 9.13
14 James Chant Gillingham &Dist Wheelers V 1.06.13 9.14
15 Simon Berogna VC ST Raphael S NA 9.15
16 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth S N/A 9.16
17 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC V 1.10.09 9.17
18 Gordon Scott Chippenhm Dist Weelers V 1.08.07 9.18
19 Mike Naulls VC Revolution/Thomas cycles V 1.06.13 9.19
20 Gary Dighton Poole W heelers V 1.06.38 9.20
21 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.08.07 9.21
22 William Simmons Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.09.54 9.22
23 Judith Martin Poole Wheelers WV 1.11.14 9.23
24 Ken Rayson a3crg/SIS V 1.11.13 9.24
25 Russell Kober Hainault RC S N/A 9.25
26 Philip Evans Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.07.01 9.26
27 Dave Hicks Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers S N/A 9.27
28 Simon Craig-Mcfeely a3crg/SIS V 1.08.28 9.28
29 John Marriner Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V 1.08.07 9.29
30 Dean Robson Somerset RC S N/A 9.30
31 Dave pickering Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers V ? 9.31
32 Terry Belbin Poole Wheelers v ? 9.32
33 Vincent Hounsome Gillingham &Dist Wheelers V 1.07.24 9.33
34 James Goward Farnborough &Camberley CC 1.06.00 9.34
35 Julian Thacker VC Raphael V 1.06.13 9.35
36 Paul Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers S 1.06.13 9.36
From Gerrish Gray
Meeting: DCDG (Dorset Cycling Development Group) General Meeting Date & Time: Tuesday 13 March, 7:00 pm (earlier than usual to ensure that we can complete the business before the Centre closes. But don’t worry if work or other commitments mean you can’t arrive until the usual time of 7:30ish, I’ll make sure that you are updated and don’t miss important information etc)
Venue: Julian Room, Allendale Community Centre, Hanham Road, Wimborne BH21 1AS (www.allendalecentre.co.uk)
Who Should Attend: All persons interested in the conduct and development of cyclesport in the county are welcome. We particularly need representation from ALL the county’s active clubs and cycling organisations.

Mick Tarrant & Jessie Walker (Matrix Fitness/Prendas Ciclismo)

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