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Thursday, 30 August 2012

BMX:Joyce Boys Head for Cheddar!


Steve Joyce writes....Kobi & Ryder both went into the final weekend (Rounds 10 & 11 at Peterborough) with a shot at winning the 2012 British series, Unfortunately during round 10 on Saturday, both boys were off the pace, as lots of national rankings were being fought over, the racing was flat out right from the Moto’s.
Ryder, racing in the boys 6+under class, Missed the cut in the semi-final and ended up in the B final, despite winning the B final this saw Ryder Secure his position in 3rd for the series, and whatever the outcome of round 11 on the Sunday he could not improve on or loose 3rd. Ryder managed to hit a bit more form on the Sunday and managed to dominate the qualifying Moto’s, easing into the final, he took 3rd place for the day, and was delighted to make his 6th Podium appearance for the national series.
Kobi, racing the boys 10s class, was desperate to defend his number 1 plate from 2011, the racing was extra tough as many positions/rankings in the overall standings were being fought for….it was going to be a tough order as Kobi was lying in 2nd overall, but realistically with the best 7 of 11 rounds counting Kobi was in 3rd. Kobi Managed a good 5th Position on both days, which unfortunately was not enough to retain his title as other results did not go his way. Kobi, like his brother finished in 3rd for the series. Despite being disappointed, Kobi can take pride in the achievement in what is one of the hardest age groups on the circuit.
Both very credible results in what’s been a long national season, Ryder is especially delighted to make the podium, after missing rounds due to a zipper injury earlier in the year…..!! The boys are now looking forward to racing the British Champs in Cheddar in a few weeks’ time.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Local Riders,Local Races!



Trevor Fenwick writes from Belgium…“My riding in Belgium has had to finish because I am two years older, and they have reduced the age of the class I ride in from over 72 to over 70; Which means at 82 I am giving away 12 years instead of eight. I am basically out of my depth now.
However I am competing at St. Johann, Austria in the International Masters Cycling Classic which has an over 80s category, Last year it was rated as the UCI Veteran’s World championship.(I was seventh) Now it is the World Masters Cycling Federation Classic, and attracts the same strong international field, from all over the world.
On Monday I was placed 2nd in the 40km road race called the Radwelkopal. This had a 2.25 km one in 20 climb 3km after the start, with four one in ten steps. With a similar 1 km climb after 15 km. After that it settles down.
Results.
1 Roger Gaignieux France.
2 Trevor Fenwick England Bournemouth Jubilee.
3 Nipoti Augusto Italy.

Today I was second in the classic international time trial over 20 km, on a slightly rolling course with a little ring climb just before the turn

1 Lodewijk Verloy Belgium.
2 Trevor Fenwick England Bournemouth Jubilee
3 Martin Kock Germany.

I was fourth on this course in the world championship last year. This time I improved by a minute, and the two riders that were second and third went back by a minute. That makes a two-minute improvement for me.
There is another 40km international race for me tomorrow.
Prize winners are given the full treatment with national anthems flags, podium and cups the size of swimming pools.
Three weeks ago I rode in an international time trial in Belgium at Woeston. I was eigth in the over 65 section, and seventh on handicap; which was 8 seconds a year over 65.
The course at Woeston was interesting. Three laps of a 7 km course (21 km) Each lap had 15 corners that is 45 corners in all. There was not much chance to settle down.
There was a loudspeaker van, barriers for 200 km at the finish/start. Riders went off at three minute intervals, but as there were several other categories they got mixed up. The judges and the commentator appeared to have it all under control.
There were a few other English riders competing, and a it is great experience for any English tester that wants to try something different. There are also kermesse races on during the week of the festival age related.
PS I finished off the week here with a sixth in the second road race. (Today Thursday 30th)I felt O.K. and was climbing well for my age group, but I need to do a lot of work on sprinting.
Best wishes,
Trevor

Girls on the Track!


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Monday, 27 August 2012

Bournemouth Track League: Looking Back,Looking Forward!

Event organiser Alan MaCrae reflects on the first season of racing at Bournemouth track...


The calendar says 16 weeks but looking back the dominating question remains “How can so much have been achieved in such a short period of time?”
It had not started too well either. Over the winter damp track conditions had frustrated local cyclists, seriously limiting their ability to train on Bournemouth’s new Olympic Cycle track and, sure enough, the weather struck again when in April the 2 “test weeks” of track competition were rained off. Eventually no fewer than 5 of the planned 16 evenings of racing were to be lost through rain. That meant that when the League was officially launched on 1st May both competitors and the newly assembled team officials and helpers were desperately short of “match fitness” prior to launching into an ambitious programme of weekly racing aimed at giving riders 4 races each night.
Safety remained the organiser’s priority but initial concerns over rider skill levels were proven groundless. The organiser’s insistence that all competitors held Track Accreditation did the job as a season total of 138 races were held with no major accidents, a significant achievement when you consider most riders had not sampled competition on a 250 meter track before. The structure of events favoured as high a number of short (and fast) events as possible to give riders who finished further down the field as much race experience as possible.
Through the year, 55 riders took part in competition with rider numbers usually equally split between the Youth, B and A Groups. Normally around 20 riders would line up to contest the A/B Final Scratch Race of the night. Although below the track limit of 28 riders, this event proved beyond doubt that “short and fast” races, week on week, had improved the standard of competition. Events back in May were run off at averages speed of up to 26 miles per hour but by the end of the season, this was over 28 miles per hour, giving a handful of local riders the confidence and experience to enter the end of season National Open and Masters Championships in Manchester.
For the local track league, in its first year of operation, to provide this vital stepping stone to National Track Cycling Competition is a major achievement
The Bournemouth Arrow would like to pay tribute to our Sponsors Raymond Brown and the team of officials and helpers for their generous support without which the opportunity for local riders to make such fantastic progress would simply not have been possible.
For further information contact
Alan McRae via alan.mcrae@uwclub.net

Local Riders,Local Races!


Jay Eastwood writes…….Despite what has been a long and rather wet season Primera Specialized riders continue to perform.
Will Stephenson rode the race of his life in the Junior Tour of Wales. Consisting of 5 varying stages each day is by far junior in its profile. Last years winner was Owain Doull who has gone on this year to ride with the Sky development team 100% ME and a catalog of now successful top riders have decorated the podium spots before him.
This year it was Will's turn to shine having highlighted this race as one of his seasons main targets.
After 2 stages Will was only 3 seconds down on eventual winner Hugh Carthy (Champion Systems). The sprinters were left to fight out stages 3 and 4 which made no change to the contenders for the overall. With nothing to loose and everything to gain Will went on the attack for almost all of the fifth and final 100k stage. Taking 2 riders for company they battled poring rain and heavy roads only to be caught in the closing stages by a chasing group of 8 which included the yellow jersey. Finishing 2nd overall and less than a minute from the top spot Will was happy.. Very happy!
A fantastic performance and a very proud team!
Also this weekend saw another round of Suzie's Circuits in Portsmouth with Toby Neave taking a well earned 2nd place and behind Al Ridler (Pedal Heaven). And Ian Legg rode the Torq 12 hour MTB Endurance race narrowly missing out on a podium spot to finish 4th following a heavy crash in the closing stages.




Local Riders,Local Races


Bob Jolliffe reports…..“MY best ride of the season,” is the way 2011 British Best All-Rounder Jeff Jones described his win in New Forest CC’s Rudy Project time trial on August Bank Holiday Monday.Jones of the Drag2Zero Team took top honours with a time of 56min 24sec for three 8.9-mile laps of New Forest’s Bull Hill-Portmore-South Baddesley-East Boldre circuit, which proved a hit with competitors, despite the ponies, cattle and donkeys encountered en route.His teammate, multi-champ Julia Shaw of Bramshaw, won the two-lap women’s event in 40-44, a time that would have earned her fourth in the veteran’s race won by Mid Devon Road Club’s Andrew Perkins in 39-15.Second senior was Scott Walker of MG Décor with 59-32 and third went to Dean Robson of Somerset RC, a further seven seconds behind.Second claim New Forest CC member Martin Beale (VC St Raphael) was seventh with 1-04-05, one place ahead of Stewart Ward (1-08-40) who led the point-winning New Forest CC team backed by James Bannister (ninth with 1-08-59) and Donna Shaw, third woman rider with 52-59.London Dynamo’s Rebecca Slack was second woman with 43-47. The espoir’s award for 18 to 23-year-olds went to VC St Raphael’s Jack Green with 1-03-04 for three laps. New Forest CC chairman Margaret Read’s grandson Matthew Golden (Farnham RC) was second espoir with 1-15-46.New Forest’s Chris Grant was 10th-placed senior with 1-10-01.Second and third places in the veterans’ scratch race went to Steve Smales (Boneshakers-Trek) and Steve Berry (Team Swift) with 40-03 and 40-31 respectively.New Forest veterans Stuart Peckham and Martin Balk clocked good times of 45-33 and 58-38.Other central southern veterans involved were: Dave Dent (Wightlink Offshore RT) fourth with 40-58), Gary Dighton (Poole Whlrs, fifth, 41-01), Terry Icke (Poole Whlrs, sixth and best target time with 41-02), Stuart Martingale (Sotonia CC, 15th, 42-38), Ray Claridge (GA Cycles, 16th, 42-46), Stuart Grace (GA Cycles, 21, 45-54), Rob Ellis (VC St Raphael, 23rd, 46-28), Terry Belbin (Poole Whlrs, 47-35).
Double silver at TSUK Games!New Forest CC’s Bob Jolliffe took silver medals in the Transplant Sport UK’s annual games held in Medway, Kent.Riding in the 50 to 59-year-olds’ time trial around two testing laps of the purpose-built 2.9km Cyclopark circuit at Gravesend he clocked 9-47 behind gold medallist John Leveson’s 9-31.In the floodlit road race that followed, Jolliffe was beaten in the chase group sprint, which earned him second place in the 50 to 59 group, behind Gerald Brown.“It was a fantastic way to celebrate my kidney transplant three years ago,” he said.

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Results T L I Cycling R.U.K 2-UP Championships 2012

RESULTS T.L.I.CYCLING R.U.K. 2-UP CHAMPIONSHIPS 2012
POS RIDER TEAM CAT TIME
1ST OLIVER HITCHINS PETER HANSFORD CYCLES SEN
1ST PHILLIP PETERS PETER HANSFORD CYCLES ESP 29.01
2ND OLLI EMMENS ANTELOPE RACING TEAM A
2ND STEVE WOOD ANTELOPE RACING TEAM B 30.12
3RD GARY ALLAN G.A.CYCLES B
3RD SIMON BARNES G.A.CYCLE B 30.55
4TH COLIN YEATES SOTONIA CYCLING CLUB C
4TH JOHN DUDLEY SOTONIA CYCLING CLUB C 31.42
5TH GLENN LONGLAND ANTELOPE RACING TEAM D
5TH BRIAN MINARD SOTONIA CYCLING CLUB D 32.05
6TH JAMIE ATHERTON V.C.ST RAPHAEL SEN
6TH MAX HOLLOWAY V.C.ST. RAPHAEL SEN 32.16
7TH NICK WILLIAMS NEW FOREST C.C. B
7TH STUART GRACE G.A.CYCLES D 33.26
8TH RICHARD BURCH SOTONIA CYCLING CLUB A
8TH JONATHAN LEGG SOTONIA CYCLING CLUB M2 33.41
9TH ALISTAIR ASHER CONTRE LA MONTRE D
9TH MIKE BARNFIELD CONTRE LA MONTRE C 34.08
10TH BOB OLIVER FAREHAM WHEELERS F
10TH PETER KNIPE FAREHAM WHEELERS D 36.31
11TH ALAN DAVY FAREHAM WHEELERS H
11TH BARRINGTON DAY FAREHAM WHEELERS G 45.01

SOLO JAMIE ASHER CONTRE LA MONTRE B 35.25
JAMES CHANT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT PUNC
CHRIS MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT PUNC

Other Light weights Did not start it was raining

Thanks to all Helpers Timekeepers,
Sponsor Alistair Asher


Friday, 24 August 2012

Poole Wheelers Open 25 Start List

Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their Rules and Regulations.



THE HAROLD CRIBB MEMORIAL OPEN/EDCA 25 MILE TIME TRIAL
INCORPORATING THE CTT SOUTH DC 25 MILE CHAMPIONSHIP
Sunday 2nd September 2012

START SHEET

Course: P413/25 Event secretary: Paul Hughes
Date: Sunday 2nd September 2012 6 Greenwood Avenue
Timekeepers: Poole
Start Colin Price BH14 8QD
Finish Mrs Ros Spencer Tel: 01202 707062 (mob 0799 0552710)
Recorder Mrs Joan Price paul.hughes-mail@talktalk.net

AWARDS
1st Overall £ 30 1st Improver £ 20 1st Vet £ 20 1st Vet on Standard £ 20
2nd Overall £ 25 2nd Improver £ 15 2nd Vet £ 15 2nd Vet on Standard £ 15
3rd Overall £ 20 1st J/L/LV £ 20
4th Overall £ 15 2nd J/L/LV £ 15

1st Team of 3 £10 each (Note: Only one award per rider, except team prize)

SOUTH DC 25 MILE CHAMPIONSHIP
Overall (Olley Cup) Veterans on Scratch (Pratt Trophy)
Ladies (Ladies Championship Trophy) Veterans on Standard (Carey Challenge Cup)
Fastest Team

Event Headquarters : ADMIRALTY PARK, STATION RD, HOLTON HEATH, BH16 6HX
From Baker’s Arms Rbt on A35 – take A351 towards Wareham – SO 1st at Rbt then LEFT at next LIGHTS into Station Rd.
From Wareham along A351 – SO at Sandford Rbt’s then RIGHT at next LIGHTS into Station Rd.
– HQ is approx 1/2mile down Station Rd on left (2nd Gateway). HQ OS SY943909.

Numbers and signing on will be at the HQ. Parking, refreshments and toilets will be available at the HQ.
Please remember to return numbers, they can be exchanged for a drink.
Please no cleated shoes in the HQ building.

Start approx. 1.5 miles from HQ – Right out of HQ, SO at LIGHTS then via Organford to Xroads at A35 (care crossing A35).

P413/25 Course Description (See map over) Course Record 51:00 Ray Hughes 4 Jul 2001

START at drain cover in acceleration lane to A35, 85yards east of Pikes Farm junction. (OS939931)
Proceed east on A35 to Bakers Arms rbt (1.02m)
Straight on along A35 to TURN at Holes Bay RBT (4.59m)
Circle and retrace to TURN at Bakers Arms rbt (8.18m)
Circle and retrace to TURN at Holes Bay RBT (11.81m)
Circle and retrace to TURN at Bakers Arms rbt (15.40m)
Circle and retrace to TURN at Holes Bay RBT (19.03m)
Circle and retrace to Bakers Arms rbt (22.61m)
Take first exit LEFT onto A351 to TURN at Holton Heath RBT (23.58m) –only once after final lap
Circle and retrace to Bakers Arms rbt (24.58m)
LEFT on A35
Then shortly 1st LEFT (SHARP TURN) (sp. Organford) on minor road to
FINISH at electricity sub station (OS947925).

Return to HQ approx. 1.5 miles: SO after the finish then left at Organford T junction and then SO at traffic lights to HQ on left.

Please read the safety notes and regulations on the following page.

HEADS UP – ACCIDENTS DOWN


IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR OWN SAFETY

Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters strongly advise you to wear a HARD SHELL HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard.

In accordance with Regulation 15, ALL JUNIOR competitors must wear Protective Hard Shell Helmets.

It is recommended that a WORKING REAR LIGHT, either flashing or constant, is fitted
to the machine in a position visible to following road users and is active while the machine is in use.

Keep clear of the timekeepers at the start and finish. Times will only be available at the HQ.

1. Riders must not make U-turns in the vicinity of the start or finish
2. No warming up on the course
3. No stopping at finish, return to HQ
4. When approaching Bakers Arms roundabout, competitors must keep to the left until they have passed the “Reduce Speed Now” sign on the left, approximately 400m before the roundabout. Observers will be present and offending competitors will be disqualified from the event for dangerous or inconsiderate riding.
5. Obey lights at Fire Station at Holes Bay. An observer will be in attendance and any rider who goes through a red light will be disqualified.

Local notices:
Beware of broken road surface on A35 after Bakers Arms Rbt towards Holes Bay
Beware of exit and entry traffic at long slip roads on A35 at Upton

The event is held under CTT regulations. Your attention is drawn to:

Reg.13 - New or Improved Performances
Reg.17 - Signing-on Sheet
Reg.19 - Awareness of Surroundings
Reg.20 - Observance of the Law. The Holes Bay rbt must be negotiated in conformance Reg.20(c), in particular regarding the part-time traffic light signals – you must stop at a red light
Reg.21 - Paced and Company Riding
Observers may be in attendance along the course.


No. Title Name Club Cat Line 2 Vet Std Start Time
1 Mr Fred Newton Wessex RC V 1:01:39 1:18:55 07:31
2 Mr Bill Simmons Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 1:04:10 1:16:37 07:32
3 Mr Robert Brinsdon New Forest CC V 1:09:45 1:08:00 07:33
4 Mr Tim Day Born to Bike V 0:57:46 1:16:03 07:34
5 Mr Simon Berogna VC St Raphael S 0:53:52 07:35
6 Mr Stuart Grace GA Cycles V 1:00:45 1:13:49 07:36
7 Mr David Lyons 34 Nomads V 1:04:33 1:18:20 07:37
8 Mr Alan Sharpen Sotonia CC V 1:01:35 1:23:44 07:38
9 Mr Doug Conroy Redmon CC V 1:12:11 1:19:30 07:39
10 Mr Paul Jones Poole Whs V 0:52:20 1:06:30 07:40
11 Mr Phil Harvey Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 1:02:45 1:11:39 07:41
12 Mr Gary Lock New Forest CC S 1:01:02 07:42
13 Mr Steven Pye Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 0:59:21 1:10:04 07:43
14 Mr Philip Sparkes New Forest CC V 1:01:38 1:09:02 07:44
15 Mr Tom Alliban Revo Racing V 0:53:47 1:11:39 07:45
16 Mr Alex Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Whs S 1:01:00 07:46
17 Mr Colin Crocker Sotonia CC V 1:01:11 1:17:45 07:47
18 Mr Doug Ward Yeovil CC V 1:08:04 1:18:55 07:48
19 Mr Stuart Peckham New Forest CC V 1:02:11 1:07:00 07:49
20 Mr Richard Davidson Poole Whs V 0:52:49 1:09:33 07:50
21 Mr Charlie Lawson CC Weymouth S 0:59:09 07:51
22 Mr Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 0:59:10 1:12:43 07:52
23 Mr Terry Belbin Poole Whs V 1:01:20 1:10:04 07:53
24 Mr Nick Frewin Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 0:59:50 1:13:49 07:54
25 Mr Gavin Hinxman Kettering CC V 0:53:29 1:08:00 07:55
26 Mr Robert Heathcote Weston Whs V 0:59:09 1:12:43 07:56
27 Mr Derek Pierce Bath CC V 0:59:11 1:19:30 07:57
28 Mr Mark Usher Mendip CC V 0:59:29 1:09:02 07:58
29 Mr Kevin Ridge Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 1:00:27 1:10:35 07:59
30 Mr Gary Dighton Poole Whs V 0:51:49 1:08:00 08:00
31 Mr Barrie Stevens Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 1:07:44 1:11:39 08:01
32 Mr Darren Lewis Poole Whs V 0:55:06 1:09:33 08:02
33 Mr Jon Clemas Bournemouth Jubilee Whs S 0:58:28 08:03
34 Mr Paul Martin Vectis Roads CC V 0:58:45 1:06:30 08:04
35 Mr Luke Davies VC St Raphael J 0:52:53 08:05
36 Mr Martin Aldridge Poole Whs V 0:57:55 1:09:33 08:06
37 Mr Philip Evans Bournemouth Jubilee Whs V 0:58:26 0.047581 08:07
38 Mr John Chapman CC Weymouth V 0:57:36 1:11:07 08:08
39 Mr Dave Moffett 1st Chard Whs V 0:58:59 1:09:33 08:09
40 Mr Stephen Walkling VC St Raphael V 0:51:07 1:08:00 08:10
41 Mr Gary Tuskin Poole Whs V 0:56:06 0.047222 08:11
42 Mr Dean Ward 1st Chard Whs S 0:56:22 08:12
43 Mr Vincent Hounsome Gillingham & Dist Whs V 0:56:39 1:11:07 08:13
44 Mrs Lesley Walkling VC St Raphael LV 0:55:27 1:13:16 08:14
45 Mr Jonathan Wilkinson-Lockyer Team Tor 2000 V 0:52:52 1:07:30 08:15
46 Mr Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth S 0:56:16 08:16
47 Miss Louise Dutch Poole Whs L 0:56:30 08:17
48 Mr Martin Piper Wightlink/Offshore RT V 0:56:46 1:06:30 08:18
49 Mr David England Crabwood CC V 0:58:33 1:21:53 08:19
50 Mr Simon Tout VC St Raphael V 0:50:15 1:07:00 08:20
51 Mr Andy Buddle Poole Whs S 0:55:51 08:21
52 Mr Simon Barfoot Gillingham & Dist Whs V 0:58:11 1:08:00 08:22
53 Mr Martin Beale VC St Raphael S 0:53:55 08:23
54 Mr Hugo Baldacchino Yeovil CC V 0:57:25 1:06:30 08:24
55 Mr Terry Icke Poole Whs V 0:52:04 1:21:17 08:25



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Gillingham & Dist Whs Wheels Cycles
VC St Raphael Waite Contracts/Paul Hewitt Cycles
Wightlink/Offshore RT BAE Systems
34 Nomads GEM Hygiene
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Thursday, 23 August 2012

BH Track Cycling Championships 2012 /2

Alan MaCrae reports......The final events in the inaugural BH Track Championships continued to show the progress in track racing at Bournemouth’s new track. On the second night of finals, Poole Wheelers and Bournemouth Arrow took all the medals, a reflection of each Club’s commitment to coaching and rider development. Promoter Alan McRae said ”One of the main reasons for running these BH Championships was to set benchmarks and give a definitive measure of local talent as an encouragement to progress to National Championships and beyond. 12.49 secs for 200m, 56.97 secs for the Team Sprint and 5 mins 20.47 secs for a Team Pursuit may not have Team GB looking over their shoulders yet but it is a great start. Clubs and Teams that have ambition beyond local racing can go away and have something to work on.”
In the Sprint Competition, Will Stephenson left things too late and was caught out in the race for bronze with a great change of speed by James Brightwell (Bournemouth Arrow), a complete newcomer to track cycling this year. The big clash in the Sprint Final, as predicted, was between Harrison Fielding (Poole Wheelers) and Will Stevens (Bournemouth Arrow) with Fielding producing the fastest last 200m ever in competition at Bournemouth and proving just too much for Stevens.


In the Team Pursuit Final both Poole Wheelers and Bournemouth Arrow teams had to ride managed efforts to get the most out of the team with Gordon Skillen doing well to contribute to the strong Poole team of Andy Buddle, Daryl Price and Harrison Fielding. For the Arrow it was a question of testing the recovery of James Brightwell and Will Stevens after the Sprint alongside Steve Moss and Barrie Watkinson. Poole started strongly and were in danger of being headed setting the standard for other Clubs and Teams to emulate.


In the non-counting Finale 5Km Scratch Race, Will Stephenson took his previous frustrations out on the opposition striking for home pursuit style from 5 laps out to win the final race of the season timed at an impressive 28 miles per hour for the distance. For an outdoor track, that is progress.
1 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers 4
1 Daryl PRICE Poole Wheelers
1 Gordon SKILLEN Poole Wheelers
1 Harrison FIELDING Poole Wheelers
2nd BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC
2 Steve MOSS Bournemouth Arrow CC
2 Will STEVENS Bournemouth Arrow CC
2 James BRIGHTWELL Bournemouth Arrow CC
2 Barrie WATKINSON Bournemouth Arrow CC
EVENT 5 - 5KM SCRATCH RACE
1 Will STEPHENSON Primera-Specialized
2 Harrison FIELDING Poole Wheelers
3 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers
4 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk
5 Will CLARK Bournemouth Jubilee Whs
6 Steve MOSS Bournemouth Arrow CC
7 Ellie GILHAM VC St.Raphael
8 Daryl PRICE Poole Wheelers
9 Gareth LLEWELLYN BC Private Member
0 Will STEVENS Bournemouth Arrow CC
0 James BRIGHTWELL Bournemouth Arrow CC
0 Gordon SKILLEN Poole Wheelers
0 Barrie WATKINSON Bournemouth Arrow CC


For further information contact
Alan McRae via alan.mcrae@uwclub.net

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Local Riders,Local Races

Whitewick a whisker away from record
IGNORING the southerly wind howling across Beaulieu Heath, veteran cycling ace Stephen Whitewick got within a whisker of Julian Jenkinson’s course record for New Forest Cycling Club’s seven-mile Norleywood circuit.Whitewick, from Totton, is in form and looking forward to the National Time Trial Championship next weekend with his Contre la Montre teammates.He certainly didn’t hang about on Tuesday evening clocking 14-59 for the Norleywood-East Boldre loop. His time was a single second outside teammate Jenkinson’s record and 1min 17sec too fast for his nearest challenger on the night: GA Cycles’ Ray Claridge.Third overall went to Claridge’s teammate Simon Barnes a further 14 seconds in arrears with 16-30. Second claim New Forest CC member Martin Beale (VC St Raphael) took fourth with 16-59.First full New Forest CC rider was James Bannister, who has had a cracking season, with 17-09 for fifth place while junior clubmate Hugo Walters took sixth with 17-24.Other excellent rides came from Forest riders Stewart Ward (seventh with 17-29), Geri Robinson (eighth, 17-33), Stuart (ninth, 17-37) and Ben Boardman (11th, 18-40).GS Europa’s Matt Macdonald slotted into 10th position with 17-55.The event, the final evening one of the year with the exception of the fun “Downhill” competition on August 28, was a chance to welcome some of the many youngsters who have made enquiries about club membership since the success of the GB team at the Olympic Games.Others (NFCC unless stated): Phil Underwood 18-47, Tom Butler 18-59, Joe Phillips 19-01, Sam Jackson 19-04, Dan Mitchell 19-13, Nigel King 19-39, Phil Wilks (Sotonia CC) 19-47, Ian Macdonald (GS Europa) 20-00, Elliott Upsom (Come and Try It) 20-13, Alex Setchell (Come and Try It) 20-16, Donna Shaw 20-48, Nigel Gemmell 21-37, Aleksandra Burlinson 21-38, Peter Hawker 21-49, Richard Wills 21-54, Martin Balk 22-02, Carolyn and Peter Weaver (two-up) 22-03, Chris Mills 22-22, Bob Jolliffe 23-13, Steven Wilks 23-26, Gordon Dimmer (CTC) 23-49, Chris Norris 24-03.
Mudlarks, anyone?
Roadman/tester Stewart Ward branched out into cyclocross last winter and intends to do more this season.After chatting with some members after the final evening event, he realised others might be interested in taking part.He said: “The closest races are in the wessex league and there are quite a few races within an hour or so depending on where you live in the forest.

“As of last Tuesday there is also a good training session on a Thursday nights at Southampton sports centre. All ages welcome. I went last year and the ages seemed to be from about 10 to 50. A good fun session on the grass in the winter, so you'll need a cylocross bike or mountain bike.“There are some good skills stuff done each session along with plenty of chances to get out of breath!”Look up the details at: http://www.wessexcx.co.uk/2012/08/13/cyclo-cross-training-in-southampton/“I'll be going along next week: August 30,” said Stewart.


“I intend to do quite a few of the Wessex League races. Assuming they let me in, I have also entered the Nation Trophy race in Southampton (so if anyone wants to laugh at me being lapped they should come and watch!). “And if anyone wants something really different I did this last year which was probably the most fun race I have ever done: http://www.muddyhell.cx/
And for the connoisseurs: http://www.rapha.cc/super-cross .
Contact Stewart on his mobile: 07787 530970 mail at wardstewart@yahoo.co.uk

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10 21/08/12



1 Dave Pickering BJW 22.02
2 Mark Savage BJW 22.51
3 Cliff Rowe BJW 23.18
4 Danny French BJW 23.24
5 Ian Diaper BJW 23.29
6 Jon Clemas BJW 23.30
7 Kevin Ridge BJW 24.27
8 Barrie Stevens BJW 26.05
9 Edward Lush BJW 26.27
10 Paul Brown BJW 27.49
11 Pat Pinchin BJW 28.00
12 Bruce Jackson BJW 28.27
13 Eleanor Kelly BJW 31.02

Martin Beale VCR 23.11
Mark Hitchcott Feat 24.30
Anja Heijnen V02 25.43
Will Soloman U/A 26.41
Jamie Williams U/A 26.47
James Beach U/A 27.09
Gary Plumb FOR 27.16
Jack Kelly U/A 28.03
Aaron Laws U/A 29.01
David Bourne U/A 29.13
Martin Fox U/A 30.17

marshals. J Prosser,B O'Callaghan, R Wareing, C Peskett,
D Mansfield.
Warm, good conditions.

We had 5 timekeepers present and all 3 danger points were marshalled. Clive did his usual brilliant job with the signs and Dave pushed off. After the event most retired to the Stocks Inn.
Matt Blythe also came out recovering nicely from his heart attack and subsequent surgery.

Monday, 20 August 2012

Local Riders,Local Races

Bob Jolliffe reports…….VERY few time triallists beat two hours in their first attempt at 50 miles. But New Forest Cycling Club’s flying Ben Boardman did just that, finishing the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers’ event in seventh position with 1-57-22.Second claim New Forest member Martin Beale (VC St Raphael) beat Boardman by a scant three seconds while recording his best at the distance – 1-57-19 – for sixth place.Boardman has been turning in some excellent times this season with some recent 21-minute 10s, including 21-39 in the A3CRG 10 near Liphook on August 1 and 21-52 for second place behind super-veteran Terry Icke (21-06) in last Wednesday’s Poole Whlrs’ club 10 at Upton, but has been unable to dip below 21 minutes.Of Sunday’s 50 he said: “It may seem a little bit odd but I'd say it was my favourite race of the year. “After chasing my 10 PB for a month or so to no avail it was very refreshing to achieve my goal of a sub two-hour 50.After approximately five miles I was thinking there's no way I'd last another 45. I was struggling to hold onto 24mph but then things started to just click. Terry Icke came past for two minutes at 10 miles which gave me some motivation to pick up the pace. “From there I just kept increasing my average until the magic 25mph average appeared on my computer screen. “With 25 miles to go I just kept pushing hard up the hills and on the flats while resting on the downhills to cement a sub two-hour ride.“I'll definitely be doing some more 50s next season.”Beale, from New Milton, said conditions were good on the course west of Poole early on Sunday morning. He was really happy to have beaten his previous best by five minutes. “It’s been a long time coming, but it’s nice when it happens. PBs are few and far between,” he said.Spare a thought for New Forest CC’s rising star Gary Lock who punctured at about six miles and retired from the fray. Ben said he was “gutted for Gary who had targeted this 50 and punctured at five but as the pros say that's cycling!” First place went to Poole Wheelers’ Icke who sped around in 1-50-59. CC Weymouth’s Greg Parker was second with 1-52-46 and the promoting club’s Dave Pickering took third with 1-54-15.Others: Richard Davidson (Poole Whlrs) 1-57-11, John Clemas (Bournemouth Jubilee Whlrs) 1-59-58, Cliff Rowe (BJW) 2-02-07, Gary Tuskin (Poole Whlrs) 2-02-23, Kevin Ridge (BJW) 2-05-10, Dave England (Crabwood CC) 2-06-01, Phil Evans (BJW) 2-09-10, Terry Belbin (Poole Whlrs) 2-12-23, Phil Harvey (BJW) 2-16-07, Alan Sharpen (Sotonia CC) 2-21-18, Norman Harvey (Sotonia CC) 2-34-24.Poole Whlrs won the team award, Terry Icke took a national age record and became Wessex Veterans’ Champion and Dave England was second Wessex veteran.Beale also rode the Poole Whlrs club 10 a few days earlier and finished third with 22-03.
Fenner takes win
Aussie Mark Fenner (Nowra Velo) sped around Bournemouth Arrow’s evening 10 on the Ringwood-Sopley course last week in a rapid 20-39 to beat Leighton Girling (Poole Whlrs) into second place by exactly two minutes.New Milton’s Antony Green (GA Cycles) took third in 23-12, the Arrow’s Pete Wilson was fourth with 23-51, New Forest CC’s Stuart Peckham was fifth with 24-26, clubmate Howard Doe was sixth with 24-50 and second claim New Forester Rob Ellis (VC St Raphael) seventh with 25-07. There were 17 starters.
Perrett beats Hutch at Blenheim
Ciclos Unos’ young ace Joe Perrett claimed a super-scalp when he beat multi-national champ Michael Hutchinson into second place at Blenheim Palace on Saturday.Perrett covered the hilly 20km closed circuit course in 25-59 to beat Hutch by six seconds.Second claim New Forest CC member, 55-year-old Stuart Grace (GA Cycles) clocked 33-50 to take second place in the Group D veteran’s category behind 57-year-old Allan Allcock of Didcot Phoenix, who was exactly a minute quicker.VC St Raphael’s Bryce Dyer was 25th with 30-06 and GA Cycles Ray Claridge 41st with 30-47. Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Quentin Storey clocked 35-39 and Sotonia CC tandem pair John Radford and Nick Wisby recorded 36-10.

Sunday, 19 August 2012

TLI 2-UP CHAMPIONSHIP Start List




R.U.K.2-UP CHAMPIONSHIP
Saturday 25th August 2012
START 3.00 pm
H.Q.MALTHOUSE INN TIMSBURY HANTS
DISTANCE 20KMS
COURSE DETAILS
START:- OPPISITE MALTHOUSE INN ON A3057 GO SOUTH TOWARDS ROMSEY AFTER 1.6 kms TURN LEFT(M) INTO YOKESFORD HILL CONTINUE TO XROADS (M) 4 kms INTO BRAISHFIELD ROAD. CONTINUE THROUGH VILLAGE (BEWARE AT 7kms GO STRAIGHT OVER X ROAD DROP SHARP BENDS MARSHALS PRESENT) INTO KINGS SOMBOURNE ROAD-FURZEDOWN ROAD. ON PASSING KINGS SOMBOURNE VILLAGE SIGN. (BEWARE PEOPLE CROSSING ROAD)ON 500 METRE DROP INTO VILLAGE TO TURN SHARP LEFT (M) 13kms ONTO STOCKBRIDGE/ROMSEY ROAD A3057 CONTINUE ON THIS ROAD TO FINISH 100 METRES SHORT OF START AT TIMSBURY SIGN 20 kms
PROMOTER-: GLENN LONGLAND 32 TESTLANDS AVENUE NURSLING SOUTHAMPTON SO16 0XG
rukglenntli@gmail.com
07759675589 (MAX 30 pairs)
ENTRY FEES MEMBERS £8 NON MEMBERS £9 EOL £10 CLOSE 18TH AUGUST 2012
CHEQUES MADE OUT TO G.LONGLAND
NO RIDER TEAM CAT START
1 GLENN LONGLAND ANTELOPE RACING TEAM D
2 BRIAN MINARD SOTONIA C.C. D 3.02
3 ALAN DAVY FAREHAM WHEELERS H
4 BARRINGTON DAY FAREHAM WHEELERS G 3.04
5 JAMES CHANT GILLINGHAM & DIST/WHEELS A
6 CHRIS MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DIST/WHEELS ESP 3.06
7 BOB OLIVER FAREHAM WHEELERS F
8 PETER KNIPE FAREHAM WHEELERS D 3.08
9 OLLI EMMANS ANTELOPE RACING TEAM A
10 STEVE WOOD ANTELOPE RACING TEAM B 3.10
11 NICK WILLIAMS NEW FOREST C.C. B
12 STUART GRACE G.A.CYCLES D 3.12
13 JAMIE ASHER CONTRE LA MONTRE B
14 ALEX ASHER CONTRE LA MONTRE ESP 3.14
15 RICHARD BURCH SOTONIA C.C. A
16 JONATON LEGG SOTONIA C.C. M2 3.16
17 ALISTAIR ASHER CONTRE LA MONTRE D
18 MIKE BARNFIELD CONTRE LA MONTRE C 3.18
19 MIKE SCOTT PETER HANSFORD CYCLES B
20 PHIL REYNOLDS PETER HANSFORD CYCLES ESP 3.20
21 COLIN YEATES SOTONIA C.C. C
22 JOHN DUDLEY SOTONIA C.C. C 3.22
23 BROOK ELGIE PETER HANSFORD CYCLES M1
24 NIALL RUSSELL PETER HANSFORD CYCLES ESP 3.24
25 RAY CLARIDGE G.A.CYCLES A
26 RICHARD BLAKE G.A.CYCLES M2 3.26
27 OLIVER HITCHINS PETER HANSFORD CYCLES SEN
28 PHILIP PETERS PETER HANSFORD CYCLES ESP 3.28
29 GARY ALLAN G.A.CYCLES B
30 SIMON BARNES G.A.CYCLES B 3.30
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PLEASE PARK ON GRASS SECTION OF CAR PARK

Bournemouth Jubilee 50, National Age Record for Terry Icke

Terry Icke(68) set a new national age related record winning the Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 50 mile Time Trial at Lytchett Matravers, Dorset.

1 Terry ICKE POOLE WHEELERS CC 01:50:29 +38:38 AGE RECORD
2 Greg PARKER CC WEYMOUTH 01:52:46 +26:15
3 Dave PICKERING B`MOUTH JUBILEE 01:54:15 +23:58
4 Simon HEALEY ANDOVER WHEELERS 01:54:58 +20:37
5 Richard DAVIDSON POOLE WHS. 01:57:11 +21:26
6 Martin BEALE VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS 01:57:19 +21:42
7 Ben BOARDMAN NEW FOREST CC 01:57:22
8 Jon CLEAMS B`MOUTH JUBILEE 01:59:58
9 Vincent HOUNSOME GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S 02:01:10 +18:37
10 Cliff ROWE B`MOUTH JUBILEE 02:02:07 +18:52
11 Gary TUSKIN POOLE WHEELERS CC 02:02:23 +15:01
12 Kevin RIDGE B`MOUTH JUBILEE 02:05:10 +14:14
13 David PATTEN BOGNOR REGIS C.C. 02:05:50 +18:17
14 David ENGLAND CRABWOOD CC 02:06:01 +23:54
15 Paul KING TEAM SALES ENGINE 02:07:11 +11:02
16 Dean WARD 1ST CHARD WHS 02:07:57
17 Hamish WALKER HAMPSHIRE RC 02:08:42 +07:49
18 Philip EVANS B`MOUTH JUBILEE 02:09:10 +08:39
19 James CHANT GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S 02:10:14 +06:17
20 Terry BELBIN POOLE WHEELERS CC 02:12:23 +06:38
21 Phil HARVEY B`MOUTH JUBILEE 02:16:07 +04:04
22 Chris MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S 02:19:56
23 Alan SHARPEN SOTONIA CC 02:21:18 +11:17
24 John MURPHY GLOUCESTER CITY (RUDY PROJECT)CC 02:23:15 +09:20
25 Norman HARVEY SOTONIA CC 02:34:24 +06:42
DNF
Paul JONES POOLE WHEELERS CC
Gary LOCK NEW FOREST CC
DNS
Philip MURRELL FINSBURY PARK CC
David LANE 1ST CHARD WHS
Mark GERMAN 1ST CHARD WHS
Derek DOWDEN CHARLOTTEVILLE C.C.
James GILFILLAN CONTRE LA MONTRE
Patrick DUNN CC WEYMOUTH
Brian WAKLEY WESSEX ROAD CLUB

BH Track Championship Programme (Inc Prize Presentation) 21/08/12



BH Track Champs Programme

Date 21/08/2012

Time Event Group Race

7.00pm 1 Senior Ind Sprint Semi Final 1

7.05pm 2 Senior Ind Sprint Semi Final 2

7.10pm 3 Senior Ind Sprint Minor Final 9 - 12 placings

7.15pm 4 Senior Ind Sprint Minor Final 5 - 8 placings

7.20pm 5 Senior Ind Sprint Bronze medal ride off

7.25pm 6 Senior Ind Sprint Final

7.35pm 7 Senior Team Pursuit Ride 1

7.45pm 8 Senior Team Pursuit Ride 2 If required

7.55pm 9 Senior Finale 5 Km

8.10pm League and Championship Prize Presentation

Following the final race of the championships there will be a prize presentation for the Raymond Brown Track League winners and the BH Championship winners.

B&DWCA 10 MILE TIME TRIAL ("The Tarts Two Up!")

Claire Newman, event secretary writes….Held in warm sunny conditions amongst the colourful entries for the Bisterne Scarecrow Festival. Winners Louise Dutch and Andy Buddle (Poole Wheelers) broke the event record, whilst the Halls made it a family event, with Dad Simon and daughter Emily pipping Mum Elaine and son Alex.
TANDEM EVENT
1st Wendy Pails Farnborough & Camberley CC 22:50 C LV
Ray Hughes Clarence Wheelers

2-UP EVENT
1st Louise Dutch Poole Wheelers 22:12 U
Andy Buddle " "
2nd Denise Cater Farnborough & Camberley CC 25:50 U
Martin Blyth " " " "
3rd Sue Longland Antelope RT 26.12 C LV +2.48
29.00
Glenn Longland " "
4th= Nicola Roberts Andover Wheelers 27:02 U LV +1:00 28.02
Gary Burley " "
4th= Linda Connor Southampton Triathlon Club 27:02 U LV +1:35 28:37
Derek Stannett “ “ “
6th Susan Earl YOGI Cycling 29:03 C LV +0.46
Ivor Earl " "
7th Susan Barber Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 29:34 C LV +1.51
28.33
Ian Diaper " " "
8th Emily Hall Andover Wheelers 31.19 F JUV
Simon Hall " "
9th Elaine Hall Andover Wheelers 31.40 F LV 28.02
Alex Hall " "

Saturday, 18 August 2012

Local Riders,Local Races


Bob Jolliffe reports…….WITH a yell of delight New Forest Cycling Club’s Morgan Williams crossed the line ahead of the rest in the final round of UK-Biking’s Moreton Race Series road race in Dorset.It was Williams’ first race back after a season spent gradually building up fitness after suffering a knee injury last September which resulted in a cartilage operation in February.Considering that at one point he was wondering if he would ever be able to race again, he hit the ground running, passing the winning post with a clear lead over Gillingham & District Wheelers’ James Chant.“I was over the moon with it really,” he said. “It was a last minute decision to ride. My friend Jason Eastwood said ‘Go on, give it a go and see where you are’.“So glad just to be back on the bike as there was a time this winter when I thought I would not ride again. Nice to come back with a win!” He is now looking forward to continuing to build on his fitness with some late criteriums at Portsmouth, the possibility of some track racing and some time trials next year.
30mph-plus for Julia
New Forest multi-national champion Julia Shaw became the second woman to beat 30mph in a British time trial at the weekend when she won the Bridlington CC 10 in a competition record time of 19-47.The 47-year-old Drag2Zero rider, who lives in Bramshaw, took advantage of good conditions and clipped three seconds off the previous national best set by Olympian Wendy Houvenaghel in 2007.Shaw beat Ilkley CC’s Katherine Pimlott, her nearest rival in the Bridlington event, by a full 2min and 51secs. Third place went to Andy Cults of Birdwell Whlrs a further 19 seconds in arrears with 22-57.She can add her new competition record to the others in her collection: 50-01 for 25 miles set in South Wales last year, her 2010 50 national best of 1-46-46 and her 3-45-22 100, also set in 2010.First place in the accompanying men’s race went to former British Best All-Rounder Jeff Jones, also of Drag2Zero, who clocked a rapid 18-29 to beat Andy Jackson of Team Swift by 29 seconds. Third went to Sri Chinmoy’s Tejvan Pettinger with 19-07. A total of 77 riders in the field beat 22 minutes.Shaw and Jones will be among the stars of New Forest Cycling Club’s Rudy Project promotion on a lengthened version of the Bull Hill circuit on August Bank Holiday Monday.Also down to ride are this season’s 100-mile champion Matt Bottrill, former 25-mile comp- record holder Gary Dighton (48-07 in 1997) of Poole Whlrs, his ace veteran clubmate Terry Icke, Blair Buss of Pedalsport RT and Isle of Wight’s Dave Dent (Wightlink Offshore RT).New Forest CC is fielding six riders – first man off at 8.01am Chris Grant, Stewart Ward, James Bannister, Martin Balk, John Heffernan and Stuart Peckham; plus second claim members Martin Beale and Rob Ellis (who has just clocked a PB 58-minute 25) both of VC St Raphael.Event headquarters is Boldre War Memorial Hall, just a few yards east of the picturesque thatched Fleur de Lys, the New Forest’s oldest pub.

Thursday, 16 August 2012

Williams Wins Moreton,Eastwood takes Overall!



Morgan Williams (New Forest CC) won the final round of the UK-Biking Moreton Race Series. Fast fading light saw a shortened race and the 45 minutes + 1 lap was never going to be long enough for the scratch group to make the catch. The yellow group of Williams however spent the race attacking each other before calling a truce for the last lap. Williams took the initiative, leading out the sprint and crossing the line with a shout, he clearly wanted it more. Jay Eastwood (Primera/Specialized) led the fast boys in, out of the points but the overall was his for the third consecutive year. Eastwood has won 18 races in that time, such is his dominance. At the prize presentation in the village hall, the series winner was quick to acknowledge the hard riding of his colleagues in the scratch group. Asked if he would share the prize money with them all? Eastwood joked he would like to but his Primera team mates wanted their share!(a team celebration is planned for what has been a great season)) Wet weather bookended the series, torrential rain causing the first race to be abandoned, with rain falling steadily on the last few laps of the final round. Numbers were down slightly on last year, but organisers Richard Lang and Steve Dring are already planning for next year.
1,Morgan Williams (New Forest CC)
2, James Chant (Gillingham & Dist Wh)
3, Pete Bielby (Unatt)
4, Liam Teesdale (Gillingham & Dist Wh)
5, Steve Dring (Echelon Rotor)
6, Paul Richardson (Bournemouth Arrow)
7, Nick Best (BJW)
8, John Williams (DRR)
9, Jordan Frampton (Unatt)
10, Kelly Brocklehurst (Unatt)






Final Overall Result
1, JAY EASTWOOD (PRIMERA/SPECIALIZED)
2. LUKE GRAY (BABOCO)
3, STEVE DRING (ECHELON-ROTOR)
4, ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE)
5, BRETT EDBROOK (RIDEBIKE)
6, BOB FORD (RIDEBIKE)
7, GARRETT HILL (UK-BIKING)
8, MARK CHADBOURNE (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK)
9, NICK BEST (BJW)
10, RUPERT SILMAN (BJW)
First Junior Matt Mildon (Mud sweat 'n Gears)
First Lady Carol Tilley (ridebike.co.uk)

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

CC Weymouth Club 10 P459 14/08/12

1,Greg Parker CCW 21:4810

2,Bryce RiglarCCW 24:109

3,David ButtCCW 24:148

4,Gavin Barron Iceni Velo 24:43

5,Andrew Jackson CCW 26:487

6,Stuart Carrington CCW 27:03

New Forest 10 14/08/12

Bob Jolliffe.....WHILE there was no change at the top of Division One of New Forest Cycling Club’s annual 10-mile series there were some last minute moves in the second and third after the 10th, and final event.Ace Gary Lock already had a full house of six 15-point wins to head Division One and had no need to ride the last trial, on the Lyndhurst course on Tuesday.That left the way clear for Ben Boardman to consolidate his second place; and he did it in fine style, sharing the overall win on what was a tough night with a headwind on the long southerly leg, with GA Cycles’ visitor Simon Barnes in a time of 23-56.James Bannister increased his hold on third place by taking second in the division and sixth overall with 25-08.In Division Two Chris Grant took the final spoils and leapfrogged over Rob Brinsdon for a final total of 89 to Brinsdon’s 87. Andrew Hanley, who did not ride some of the earlier 10s, also increased his total to 82 for third.Donna Shaw was the determined winner of Division Three taking the final win in 29-31 and accumulating 83 points. She also topped the women’s table with a full house.The third division rider who lost most was Chris Mills who was off-form with a time of 31-24 and dropped to third with 76 points behind Antony Moyle who clocked 30-19 and took second in the table with 80 points.GA Cycles’ squad visitors, Ray Claridge, Gary Allen and Stuart Grace took third, fourth and ninth overall on the night with times of 23-59, 24-17 and 25-32, while Team Feat’s Marc Darcy was fifth in 24-55.James Bannister in sixth was followed by Chris Grant with 25-10, Stewart Ward (25-21), Andrew Hanley (10th in 25-36) and Stuart Peckham (12th, 25-54).Other times (NFCC unless stated): Geri Robinson 26-15, Richard Rajski 26-53, Nick Williams 26-56, Julian Sheppard (Sotonia CC) 27-19, Hugh Roper 27-29, Sam Jackson 27-35, Phil Underwood 27-36, Phil Wilks 28-03, Konnor Bracher-Walsh 28-04, Matthew Duffin (Southampton CTC) 28-22, Peter Hawker 29-52, Chris Summers (Sotonia) 30-04, Gary Fisher (Come and Try It) 30-13, Nigel Gemmell 30-49, Aleksandra Burlinson 31-07, Martin Balk 31-10, Glenn Harrison 31-43, Roger Bacon 32-07, Carolyn Weaver 34-42, Wendy Rajska (Come and Try It) 36-03.

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10 14/08/12



1Dave PickeringBJW22.16
2Cliff RoweBJW23.16
3Jon ClemasBJW23.29
3Ian DiaperBJW23.29
5Dave HicksBJW23.46
6Steve PyeBJW24.22
7Kevin RidgeBJW24.40
8Rupert SilmanBJW24.57
9James FullerBJW26.09
10Edward LushBJW26.24
11Bill SimmonsBJW27.03
12Andrew KhanBJW27.25
Paul BrownBJWdns

Anja HeijnanVO225.22
David RyanSwindon25.27
Craig HarrisU/A26.19
Aaron LawesU/A27.18
David MakepeaceU/A27.34
Patrick GreenU/A28.36
Martin WoodgateU/A28.46
David BourneU/A29.11

marshals. J Prosser, R Wareing, C Peskett,
P Warhurst.
Average conditions, dry.

BH Track Cycling Championships 2012, Brief Results

200m TIme Trial
Will Stephenson set the early benchmark before Will Stevens posted the first sub 13 sec time for the flying 200. Last to go,Harrison Fielding looked the fastest and was the fastest but it was close
1, Harrison Fielding (Poole Wh) 12.51

2, Will Stevens (Bmth Arrow) 12.88

3, Will Stephenson (Primera/Specialized) 13.02
4, James Brightwell (Bmth Arrow) 13.43


5, leon Marshall (RutrainingtodayCC) 13.35
6,Andy Buddle (Poole Wh) 13.43
7, Steve Moss (Bmth Arrow) 13.63
8, Roland Tilley (Ridebike.co.uk) 13.85

9, Will Clarke (BJW) 13.89

10, Les Pick (Poole Wh) 13.97
11, Ellie Gilham (VC ST Raphael) 14.43

12, Gareth Llewellyn (BC Private Member)


Team Sprint.
With only two teams entered and no composite squads allowed the spectators were given only a brief glimpse of the team sprint spectacle. While not as fast as Hindes,Kenny & Hoy,the Poole Wheelers edged it, Fieldings last lap narrowly better than Stevens.
Poole Wheelers (L Pick,A Buddle,H Fielding) 56.97



Bournemouth Arrow (J Brightwell,S Moss,W Stevens) 57.52




40 Lap (10km) Scratch Race
A race for the stronger riders, with the early laps seeing retirements and lapped riders leaving only the usual suspects to fight it out.The speed in the closing laps was impressive. Stephenson went from 260 metres out, it looked too far but he kept the pace high and Fielding had no answer.


1,W Stephenson
2,H Fielding
3,A Buddle
Next weeks racing will feature the Team Pursuit and individual Match Sprint. In the event of bad weather the competition will be delayed a week till the 28th.
1 Harrison FIELDING Poole Wheelers 871251 12.51
14 2 Will STEVENS Bournemouth Arrow CC 407296 12.88
4 3 Will STEPHENSON Primera-Specialized 718679 13.02
47 4 James BRIGHTWELL Bournemouth Arrow CC 894271 13.31
8 5 Leon MARSHALL Rutrainingtoday CC 430146 13.35
5 6 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers 420525 13.43
9 7 Steve MOSS Bournemouth Arrow CC 405023 13.63
10 8 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk 403383 13.85
18 9 Will CLARK Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 718457 13.89
58 10 Les PICK Poole Wheelers 411682 13.97
52 11 Ellie GILHAM VC St.Raphael 461697 14.43
43 12 Gareth LLEWELLYN BC Private Member 723872 14.91
Starters: 6
1st 56.97
58 Lap 1 Les PICK Poole Wheelers 411682 22.38
5 Lap 2 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers 420525 39.79
81 Lap 3 Harrison FIELDING Poole Wheelers 871251 56.97
2nd 57.52
47 Lap 1 James BRIGHTWELL Bournemouth Arrow CC 894271 22.48
9 Lap 2 Steve MOSS Bournemouth Arrow CC 405023 39.59
14 Lap 3 Will STEVENS Bournemouth Arrow CC 407296 57.52
Starters: 11
4 1 Will STEPHENSON Primera-Specialized 718679
81 2 Harrison FIELDING Poole Wheelers 871251
5 3 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers 420525
10 4 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk 403383
8 5 Leon MARSHALL Rutrainingtoday CC 430146
18 6 Will CLARK Bournemouth Jubilee Whs 718457
9 7 Steve MOSS Bournemouth Arrow CC 405023 @ 2 laps
52 8 Ellie GILHAM VC St.Raphael 461697 @ 2 laps
43 9 Gareth LLEWELLYN BC Private Member 723872 @ 6

Alan MaCrae writes.......The high standard of riding and competition shown in the inaugural BH Track Championships were testament to the progress in track racing and coaching that has been the backbone of the first 12 months of operation of Bournemouth’s new track. In the qualifying 200m TT round for the Individual Sprint Harrison Fielding (Poole Wheelers) lead Will Stevens (Bournemouth Arrow), Will Stephenson (Primera) and James Brightwell (Bournemouth Arrow) into next week’s the ride off for the top places, leaving riders of the quality of Leon Marshall (Rutraining todayCC) and Andy Buddle (Poole Wheelers) to settle for the Minor Final.
Not surprisingly it was local club’s with coaching programmes who were able to field teams for the Team Sprint. Leading the Bournemouth Arrow trio James Brightwell’s opening lap from a standing start of 22.48 secs was more than matched by Les Pick’s 22.38 secs, giving an early lead to the Poole Wheelers. The Arrow’s Steve Moss’s super 17.11 sec second lap did some damage against Andy Buddle’s 17.41 secs. and handed a 0.2 sec. lead to the Arrow’s Will Stevens to defend against Harrison Fielding. Fielding’s speed endurance, particularly over the last half lap, showed through and his 17.18 secs last lap could not be match by Stevens’ 17.93 secs, giving victory to the Poole Wheelers by just 0.52 secs.
Two hard sprints in less than an hour deadened one or two pairs of legs as the riders stepped up for the Scratch Race held over 10 Km. Significantly it was riders not involved in the Team Sprint who were most active in the early stages with Leon Marshall, Roland Tilley (Ridebike) and Will Clarke (Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers) all showing at the front. Tilley’s lone attack was the most sustained but the gap never got even close to half a lap and the speed of the main group could be measured by the drift off the back of quality riders unable to sustain the relentless pace. The only question left after the regrouping was would the sprint be long or short. The answer came with just under 2 laps to go when Stephenson fully committed to making it a long one quickly opening a 10 meter gap. Only Fielding was able to match that surge, closing to a couple of bike lengths but it was not enough to take the £100 first prize from Stephenson, both riders leaving Buddle some 5 lengths back to take third.
Attention now switches to next week’s Individual Sprint with Fielding and Stevens favourites to be heading for a showdown in the Final. The Minor Final for placings outside the top 4 is much more open and, with 4 riders up in each race, much more difficult to call. Either way all riders in the Team Pursuit will have at least one, and possibly two, hard sprint effort in their legs before tackling the Team event. That will be something for the spectators to enjoy if not necessarily the riders. Daylight allowing, it is hoped to run a non championship Finale 5Km to round off the racing prior to awarding the League and Championship Prizes at the end of what can only be described as a momentous first season for local Track Competition.
For further information contact
Alan McRae via alan.mcrae@uwclub.net






Rudy Project Rnd 6, Promoted by New Forest CC



27/08/12 - RTTC-Rudy Project Rd 6

Headquarters: Boldre War Memorial Hall - SO41 5QG

All competitors must sign on at the event headquarters at Boldre War Memorial Hall, Pilley Street, Boldre, near Lymington SO41 5QG.

Cycling shoes with cleats or shoe plates must not be worn in the hall.

It takes about five minutes to cycle to the start, but 10 minutes is recommended.

A cup of tea or coffee will be provided free to competitors following the return of their number.

There is car parking at the hall. There is also roadside parking in Pilley Street and in the Forestry Commission car park near the start in Norleywood Road.

Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters, New Forest Cycling Club, strongly advises that all competitors wear a hard shell helmet that meets an internationally accepted safety standard.
In accordance with CTT Regulation 15, all junior competitors must wear protective hard shell helmets.

It is also recommended that a working rear light, either constant or flashing, is fitted to bicycles in a position visible to other road users, and is active while the machine is being used.

Warming up is not allowed on the course while the event is underway.

Note: Cattle grids can be crossed safely at speed provided they are traversed at right angles to the grid bars.

Warning: Most of the course is surrounded by New Forest land where ponies and cattle graze, very often on the roadside verges. Great care must be taken by all competitors not to startle or collide with forest animals, which are owned by New Forest commoners. Observers may be present on the course.
Competitors are also asked to treat residents and other road users with respect.

1 Christopher Grant New Forest CC 08:01 S 3 laps
2 Matthew Golden Farnham RC 08:02 E 20 3 laps
3 Martin Beale VC St Raphael 08:03 S 3 laps
4 Christopher Wolton Southborough & Dist Wh 08:04 S 3 laps
5 Charles Mitchell Owens Cycles 08:05 S 3 laps
6 Christopher Mullett Gillingham & Dist Whs 08:06 S 3 laps
7 Matt Harris . . . A3CRG 08:07 S 3 laps
8 Stewart Ward New Forest CC 08:08 S 3 laps
9 Martin Garner MG Décor 08:09 S 3 laps
10 James Bannister New Forest CC 08:10 S 3 laps
11 Ben Hallam Bespoke Cycling 08:11 S 3 laps
12 Jack Green VC St Raphael 08:12 E 3 laps
13 08:13
14 Dean Robson Somerset RC 08:14 S 3 laps
15 08:15
16 Jeff Jones Drag2Zero.com 08:16 S 3 laps
17 08:17
18 Scott Walker MG Décor 08:18 S 3 laps
19 08:19
20 James Coleman Witham Whlrs 08:20 S 3 laps
21 08:21
22 Matthew Bottrill Drag2Zero.com 08:22 S 3 laps
23 08:23
24 Stuart Martingale Sotonia CC 08:24 V 44 46-20 2 laps
25 Robin Maclagan VTTA North Midlands 08:25 V 75 58-09 2 laps
26 Terry Belbin Poole Whlrs 08:26 V 48 47-43 2 laps
27 Christopher Storer South Pennine RC 08:27 V 49 48-04 2 laps
28 David Barry Sport.fagley 08:28 V 63 53-15 2 laps
29 Ray Claridge GA Cycles 08:29 V 42 45-40 2 laps
30 James Chant Gillingham & Dist/Wheels 08:30 V 41 45-20 2 laps
31 Martin Balk New Forest CC 08:31 V 52 49-08 2 laps
32 John Eames Team Swift 08:32 V 65 54-02 2 laps
33 Allan Miller Caesarean CC 08:33 V 69 55-39 2 laps
34 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jub Whlrs 08:34 V 53 49-30 2 laps
35 Stuart Grace GA Cycles 08:35 V 55 50-13 2 laps
36 James Goward Farnborough & Camberley 08:36 V 41 45-20 2 laps
37 Michael Naulls VC Revolution 08:37 V 41 45-20 2 laps
38 John Heffernan New Forest CC 08:38 V 51 48-46 2 laps
39 John Woodburn VC Meudon 08:39 V 75 58-09 2 laps
40 Simon Healey Andover Whlrs 08:40 V 40 45-00 2 laps
41 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 08:41 V 42 45-40 2 laps
42 Richard Birkin Nottingham Clarion 08:42 V 44 46-20 2 laps
43 Terry Icke Poole Whlrs 08:43 V 68 55-14 2 laps
44 Rob Ellis VC St Raphael 08:44 V 42 45-40 2 laps
45 David Pollard IngearQuickvitTrainsharp 08:45 V 55 50-13 2 laps
46 Richmond Denton Yorkshire Velo 08:46 V 43 46-00 2 laps
47 Geoff Platts MG Décor 08:47 V 57 50-58 2 laps
48 Steve Batsford I Ride.co.uk 08:48 V 45 46-41 2 laps
49 Andy Payne GS Stella 08:49 V 48 47-43 2 laps
50 Gary Dighton Poole Whlrs 08:50 V 44 46-20 2 laps
51 08:51
52 Blair Buss Pedalsport CC 08:52 V 47 47-22 2 laps
53 08:53
54 Dave Dent Wightlink Offshore RT 08:54 V 49 48-04 2 laps
55 08:55
56 Steve Berry Team Swift 08:56 V 42 45-40 2 laps
57 08:57
58 Andrew Perkins Mid Devon RC 08:58 V 41 45-20 2 laps
59 08:59
60 Steve Smales Boneshakers-Trek 09:00 V 43 46-00 2 laps
61 09:01
62 Tim Challinor ClubPara"T" 09:02 Disabled 2 laps
63 09:03
64 Donna Shaw New Forest CC 09:04 WV 48 50-36 2 laps
65 09:05
66 Rebecca Slack London Dynamo 09:06 WV 45 49-30 2 laps
67 09:07
68 Julia Shaw Drag2Zero.com 09:08 WV 47 50-13 2 laps










Monday, 13 August 2012

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 50 Start List

Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their Rules & Regulations.


Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
Open 50 Mile Time Trail
19 August 2012
Incorporating Wessex VTTA Championship.
Event Sec. W. Simmons. 7.Barlands Close. Burton. Christchurch. Dorset. BH23 7HN. (01202 475077).

Timekeeper Mike Walsh
Recorder J. Prosser

Prize List
Fastest
1st £30 1st Vet on time £15
2nd £25 3rd £20 1st Vet on standard £15
4th £15
Fastest Wessex Vet on Standard 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Medals
Fastest Wessex team of three Wessex Team Medals
Fastest Bournemouth Jubilee Wheeler “The Enfield Trophy”
Fast team of three –Jubilee Medals

Course P413/50
Start
On A35 at Pikes Farm junction at 6th drain cover west of minor road from Organford. Proceed west on A35 over Woodbury Hill to Bere Regis Rbt. Right on A35 to Bere Regis bypass Rbt. (6.09)
Right on to A31 eastbound to Roundhouse Rbt. (13.29) Circle and retrace along A31 westbound to Bere Regis bypass Rbt. (20.49) Left on A35 to Bere Regis Rbt. Left on A35 eastbound over Woodbury Hill to Baker Arms Rbt. (27.65)
Straight on (2nd Exit) along A35 to Turn at Holes Bay Rbt. (31.22)
Circle and retrace to Turn at Baker Arms Rbt. (34.81) Circle and retrace to Turn at Holes Bay Rbt. (38.44) Circle and retrace to Turn at Baker Arms Rbt. (42.03) Circle and retrace to Turn at Holes Bay Rbt. (45.66) Circle and retrace to at Baker Arms Rbt. (49.24) Straight on (2nd Exit) A35 then shortly Left (SP Organford) on minor road to
Finish.
At Telegraph Pole OIA –10 yards short of gate to wooded track approx 110yards past caravan site entrance.


Notes: Observers may be in attendance along the course.
Please note their will be no marshals at Baker Arms Rbt. Only Lap checkers.
H.Q. Lychett Matrvers Sports hall.
Numbers will be at the H.Q. Where riders must sign on. After the event the numbers can be exchanged for a drink.
In the interest of your own safety Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters strongly advice you to wear a HARD SHELL HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard.
The use of a rear red light is also recommended.

57 Brian WAKLEY WESSEX ROAD CLUB V 2:32:35 6:57
58 Norman HARVEY SOTONIA CC VW 2:41:06 6:58
59 Chris MULLETT GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S 6:59
60 Jon CLEAMS B`MOUTH JUBILEE 7:00
61 Alan SHARPEN SOTONIA CC VW 2:32:35 7:01
62 Gregg PARKER CC WEYMOUTH V 2:14:00 7:02
63 Hamish WALKER HAMPSHIRE RC V 2:16:31 7:03
64 Terry BELBIN POOLE WHEELERS CC V 2:19:01 7:04
65 Paul KING TEAM SALES ENGINE V 2:18:13 7:05
66 David LANE 1ST CHARD WHS V 2:20:59 7:06
67 Kevin RIDGE B`MOUTH JUBILEE VW 2:19:24 7:07
68 Mark GERMAN 1ST CHARD WHS V 2:20:59 7:08
69 Gary LOCK NEW FOREST CC 7:09
70 Simon HEALEY ANDOVER WHEELERS 2:15:35 7:10
71 Philip EVANS B`MOUTH JUBILEE VW 2:17:49 7:11
72 John MURPHY GLOUCESTER CITY (RUDY PROJECT)CC V 2:32:35 7:12
73 Phil HARVEY B`MOUTH JUBILEE V 2:20:11 7:13
74 Gary TUSKIN POOLE WHEELERS CC V 2:17:24 7:14
75 Philip MURRELL FINSBURY PARK CC V 2:16:58 7:15
76 David PATTEN BOGNOR REGIS C.C. VW 2:24:07 7:16
77 James CHANT GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S V 2:16:31 7:17
78 Dean WARD 1ST CHARD WHS 7:18
79 Richard DAVIDSON POOLE WHS. V 2:18:37 7:19
80 Dave PICKERING B`MOUTH JUBILEE V 2:18:13 7:20
81 Patrick DUNN CC WEYMOUTH 7:21
82 Cliff ROWE B`MOUTH JUBILEE VW 2:20:59 7:22
83 David ENGLAND CRABWOOD CC VW 2:29:55 7:23
84 Ben BOARDMAN NEW FOREST CC 7:24
85 Paul JONES POOLE WHEELERS CC V 2:16:31 7:25
86 Vincent HOUNSOME GILLINGHAM & DIST. WH`S V 2:19:47 7:26
87 Derek DOWDEN CHARLOTTEVILLE C.C. V 2:21:23 7:27
88 Martin BEALE VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS V 2:19:01 7:28
89 Terry ICKE POOLE WHEELERS CC VW 2:29:07 7:29
90 James GILFILLAN CONTRE LA MONTRE 7:30



BH Track Cycling Championships 2012

BH Track Cycling Championships 2012
Regulations and Rider Instructions


1. The events are run as part of the Raymond Brown Track League but carry no League Points and are open to all individuals, clubs and teams who are registered as A and B Group Track League riders.
2. The main residence of all Competitors shall be in the BH postcode area.
3. The events shall comprise Individual Sprint, Team Sprint, Team Pursuit and Scratch Race.
4. The use of disc front wheels and tribars is not permitted in any event.
5. Competitors shall ride only in the name of their first claim Club or Team as registered with British Cycling, there shall be no composite teams. Riders shall use their League Race Number.
6. The names of Competitors representing Clubs/Teams shall be submitted prior to the start of the event. Clubs/Teams can enter more than one team for the team events, reserves can be used nominated for a specific Team but only ride for that Team (ie no transfer from Team B to Team A for a final).
7. The Sprint shall comprise a 200m qualify TT with the top 4 riders going into a semi final then final and ride off for bronze. Each round is a straight race (ie not best of 3). The running order for the qualifying TT shall be by League Rider Number.
8. The Team Sprint shall be over 750m for Teams of 3 riders and will comprise a straight TT. The running order shall be alphabetical by Club/Team name.
9. The Team Pursuit shall be over 4000m for Teams of 4 riders (timed against the third rider) and will comprise a straight TT. The running order shall be alphabetic by Club/Team name.
19. The Scratch Race shall be over 10Km.
For further information contact
Alan McRae via alan.mcrae@uwclub.net
Event Promoter Alan MaCrae says “Having been excited by the Olympics, these Championships provide local Track League riders with experience in riding events under something close to Championship conditions, giving encouragement for them to step up to Senior Championships and World Masters levels.”

Local Riders,Local Races!

Bob Jolliffe writes……RINGWOOD top triathlete James Gilfillan was the worthy winner of Reading Cycling Club’s annual Clive Pugh Memorial 25-mile time trial at Bentley on Sunday.Gilfillan punctured while warming up on his turbo trainer but had time in hand to make the change before heading to the start.Once on the course he was riding fluently and lost no time in catching his minute-man, New Forest CC’s Bob Jolliffe. Gilfillan’s aim was to beat his Contre la Montre veteran teammate Stephen Whitewick.However, being midway through a block of training for the upcoming National Time Trial Championship, the Totton veteran pulled out of the event leaving the way open to Gilfillan to win in a sparkling 52min 8sec on a blowy morning.Second place went to A3CRG’s Sebastian Ader with 53-56 and Newbury RC’s Ian Greenstreet was third with 54-13.Sotonia CC’s Gawain Young (59-18), Jonathan Legg (1-02-10) and Colin Crocker (1-04-56) won the second team award. Other local times: Stephen Wood (Antelope RT) 1-00-03, Bob Jolliffe 1-14-48, Chris Summers (Sotonia) 1-14-56.Second claim New Forest CC member Martin Beale (VC St Raphael) punctured at about 20 miles and retired.


Sunday, 12 August 2012

Coleman Delivers in Purbeck 1 Day! Full Results Added



Charles Coleman (Cadence Cannondale) went home £500 richer after winning the Purbeck one day race in Dorset. The result of the Jurrasic Cabs sponsored event hinged on the opening 4.5km Prologue time trial, 21 year old Coleman tied for first with Andrew Perkins (Mid Devon RC) with Jamie Scott (Spin Rotor) @ 6 sec. The straight out course (restricted to road bikes only) through East & West Holme was easy enough but for those with thoughts on the GC they had to “get it all out”. Coleman had never ridden a proper TT before, his only experience being in this kind of test. Perkins has seen it all before and is enjoying a comeback having “climbed off” some twenty years ago. “The key is to stay just under the red line and I went over it” he said of the opening stage. Carbo drink and bananas for the GC contenders and tea and cake for the rest, then it was Stage 2. Rolling out from the HQ at the Purbeck School, the neutralised peloton passed the memorial to the late Rob Jeffries. The ghost bike is well tended, recently sporting yellow in a salute to Bradley and now decked out in red, white& blue in honour of Team GB.

Out on to the Wool-Lulworth circuit and it was 60 miles of “game on”, or was it? Prologue time trials can establish order but can also lead to defensive riding. Newtown Hill usually forces a selection, the 20 or so who slid off the back on the first ascent were to be expected but the five further climbs were not so decisive. The usual lone attacks all came to nothing early on and the "piano" on the hill suited the leaders.

Coleman and Perkins had no interest in adventure, their few seconds advantage allowed them to watch and wait. Jamie Scott (Spin Rotor) was a threat and held a gap of 1 minute, the fourth time up Newtown. High above Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic coast, the course takes a left turn and descends fast to the Weld Arms public house at East Lulworth and out onto Bovington Heath. The threat of Scott was dealt with on this fast, wind assisted drag. “35 mph without pedalling” remarked one of Scott’s pursuers! At the bell, junior Joseph Crolla (AW Cycles)& Phil Peters (Cannondale Racing) held a small gap but no more than that and it was soon all together.


On the far side of the circuit another junior, Jack Edwards (PM Racing) had a dig, all hesitated except for Sam Humphrey’s (VC ST Raphael/Waites Contracts), the gap grew and they were away, over 20 seconds along the narrow Bindon Lane! Eighteen year old Edwards was just too strong for the older Humphreys, holding pace while the St Raphael man faded. Coleman climbed well; a small gap gave him third and the race.
Stage 2
1st 31 Jack EDWARDS PM Racing J2 02:18:43
2nd 37 Sam HUMPHREY VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 02:18:51
3rd 4 Charles COLEMAN Cadence Cannondale RT 2 02:18:52
4th 21 Phil PETERS Cannondale Racing Team 2 02:18:53
5th 51 Tom HAYWARD Andover Wheelers 2 02:18:53
6th 50 Alec RUMBALL Bath Cycling Club 3 02:18:53
7th 18 Andy SHACKEL VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 02:18:53
8th 54 Jason DUCKWORTH VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 02:18:53
9th 29 Stuart HARVEY Ultimate Fitness 2 02:18:53
10th 43 Carl SILVER Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 02:18:53
11th 25 Kieron SMITH VC Montpellier 3 02:18:53
12th 13 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers CC 4 02:18:53
13th 47 Gavin MORTON Charlotteville CC 2 02:18:53
14th 53 Andrew PERKINS Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 02:18:53
15th 17 Graeme LACKFORD Team Tor 2000 2 02:18:53
16th 33 Joshua Yetman Terra Footwear 2 02:18:53
17th 48 Stephen CRUTCHER Offcamber 3 02:18:53
18th 69 Chris HALLS Team Tor 2000 3 02:18:53
19th 75 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk 3 02:18:53
20th 76 Andrew FEATHER BC PM 4 02:18:53
21st 15 Matt BONE i-team Cyclist's Club 2 02:18:53
22nd 73 Joseph CROLLA awcycles.co.uk J2 02:18:53
23rd 8 Jordan WADE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 02:18:53
24th 35 Callum DEAKIN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 3 02:18:53
25th 68 Michael CRIPPS Army Cycling Union 2 02:18:53
26th 49 Freddie LEWTON Dream Cycling 2 02:18:53
27th 41 Steve COTTINGTON Cadence RT 2 02:18:53
28th 77 Oscar HUTCHINGS University of Exeter Cycling Club 2 02:18:53
29th 81 Michael LEECH Team Tor 2000 3 02:18:53
30th 58 james HORTON Cadence Cannondale RT 4 02:18:53
31st 5 Matthew FRANKLIN Bristol Road Club 2 02:18:53
32nd 71 Frank RAWLINS North Road CC 3 02:18:53
33rd 52 Shaun GREEN Army Cycling Union 3 02:18:53
34th 19 Sam REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 2 02:19:05
35th 38 Jamie SCOTT Spin Rotor Racing Team 2 02:19:05
36th 64 Geoff RIPLEY Bristol Road Club 2 02:19:05
37th 44 Matthew DERRICK Dream Cycling 3 02:19:05
38th 63 Scott CHALMERS Dream Cycling 2 02:19:05
39th 40 Craig WALLDUCK University of Bristol Cycling Club 2 02:19:05
40th 65 Gareth ADAMS Cadence Cannondale RT 3 02:19:05
41st 9 Alastair GAIN Poole Wheelers CC 4 02:19:05
42nd 3 Andy REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 3 02:19:48
43rd 57 John ASPELL Army Cycling Union 3 02:19:48
44th 45 Dave DALTON Fareham Wheelers CC 2 02:20:17
45th 7 Daniel DOLAN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 02:25:04
46th 11 Russell WHITE Forza Cycles RT 2 02:26:59
47th 56 Rupert SILMAN Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 02:27:10
48th 39 Steven AVEY-HEBDITCH Poole Wheelers CC 2 02:27:20
49th 46 Alex CHALLIS North Devon Wheelers 3 02:27:36
50th 82 Harry LOADER VO2 Development Team J3 02:28:19
51st 79 Alexander TODD University of Exeter Cycling Club 4 02:28:19
52nd 70 Greg PARKER CC Weymouth 4 02:28:28
53rd 24 Martin ALDIDGE Poole Wheelers CC 4 02:28:28
54th 87 Stuart PECKHAM New Forest CC 4 02:28:33
55th 66 Andrew LEACH Mud Sweat & Gears CC 4 02:28:33
56th 30 Stuart THOMPSON Andover Wheelers 2 02:28:33
57th 16 Alex HARDING Andover Wheelers 2 02:28:53
58th 80 Mark PETITT Bristol Cycling Development Squad 3 02:29:06
59th 88 Russ CORN Ride cycles 4 00:29:19
60th 32 Clinton CASTELLAR i-team Cyclist's Club 2 02:29:48
61st 6 David MITCHELL i-team Cyclist's Club 3 02:30:14
62nd 12 Adam HERRIDGE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 02:30:17
63rd 26 Amy-Jo HANSFORD Mud Sweat n Gears W3 02:31:05
64th 55 Toby HOOD Army Cycling Union 4 02:32:53
65th 74 Richard PEARMAN Team Wiggle 3 02:32:53
66th 89 Claire FRASER Army Cycling Union W2 02:35:53
67th 67 Andy SAYNER i-team Cyclist's Club 4 02:39:10






Purbeck 1 Day
Stage 1
1st 4 Charles COLEMAN Cadence Cannondale RT 2 00:05:40
1st 53 Andrew PERKINS Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 00:05:40
3rd 38 Jamie SCOTT Spin Rotor Racing Team 2 00:05:46
4th 49 Freddie LEWTON Dream Cycling 2 00:05:51
5th 17 Graeme LACKFORD Team Tor 2000 2 00:05:52
6th 19 Sam REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 2 00:05:52
7th 37 Sam HUMPHREY VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 00:05:57
8th 47 Gavin MORTON Charlotteville CC 2 00:05:58
9th 50 Alec RUMBALL Bath Cycling Club 3 00:05:58
10th 70 Greg PARKER CC Weymouth 4 00:05:59
11th 21 Phil PETERS Cannondale Racing Team 2 00:06:00
12th 45 Dave DALTON Fareham Wheelers CC 2 00:06:00
13th 81 Michael LEECH Team Tor 2000 3 00:06:01
14th 11 Russell WHITE Forza Cycles RT 2 00:06:03
15th 25 Kieron SMITH VC Montpellier 3 00:06:03
16th 31 Jack EDWARDS PM Racing J2 00:06:04
17th 33 Joshua Yetman Terra Footwear 2 00:06:04
18th 54 Jason DUCKWORTH VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 00:06:04
19th 5 Matthew FRANKLIN Bristol Road Club 2 00:06:05
20th 13 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers CC 4 00:06:06
21st 18 Andy SHACKEL VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 00:06:06
22nd 51 Tom HAYWARD Andover Wheelers 2 00:06:06
23rd 68 Michael CRIPPS Army Cycling Union 2 00:06:07
24th 44 Matthew DERRICK Dream Cycling 3 00:06:08
25th 58 James HORTON Cadence Cannondale RT 4 00:06:08
26th 75 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk 3 00:06:08
27th 76 Andrew FEATHER BC PM 4 00:06:08
28th 9 Alastair GAIN Poole Wheelers CC 4 00:06:10
29th 12 Adam HERRIDGE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 00:06:10
30th 77 Oscar HUTCHINGS University of Exeter Cycling Club 2 00:06:11
31st 46 Alex CHALLIS North Devon Wheelers 3 00:06:12
32nd 80 Mark PETITT Bristol Cycling Development Squad 3 00:06:12
33rd 57 John ASPELL Army Cycling Union 3 00:06:14
34th 59 David GORTON Team Tor 2000 3 00:06:15
35th 52 Shaun GREEN Army Cycling Union 3 00:06:17
36th 73 Joseph CROLLA awcycles.co.uk J2 00:06:17
37th 14 Joshua GRAY Team Tor 2000 J3 00:06:18
38th 35 Callum DEAKIN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 3 00:06:18
39th 40 Craig WALLDUCK University of Bristol Cycling Club 2 00:06:19
40th 24 Martin ALDIDGE Poole Wheelers CC 4 00:06:20
41st 29 Stuart HARVEY Ultimate Fitness 2 00:06:20
42nd 41 Steve COTTINGTON Cadence RT 2 00:06:20
43rd 43 Carl SILVER Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 00:06:20
44th 63 Scott CHALMERS Dream Cycling 2 00:06:21
45th 82 Harry LOADER VO2 Development Team J3 00:06:22
46th 2 Adam ROUD Cycle Club Basingstoke 3 00:06:23
47th 15 Matt BONE i-team Cyclist's Club 2 00:06:23
48th 69 Chris HALLS Team Tor 2000 3 00:06:23
49th 88 Russ CORN Ride cycles 4 00:06:23
50th 7 Daniel DOLAN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 00:06:24
51st 62 Max BALDOCK Poole Wheelers CC 4 00:06:24
52nd 86 Leon MARSHALL RU Training 3 00:06:25
53rd 16 Alex HARDING Andover Wheelers 2 00:06:27
54th 64 Geoff RIPLEY Bristol Road Club 2 00:06:27
55th 87 Stuart PECKHAM New Forest CC 4 00:06:29
56th 8 Jordan WADE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 00:06:30
57th 65 Gareth ADAMS Cadence Cannondale RT 3 00:06:30
58th 32 Clinton CASTELLAR i-team Cyclist's Club 2 00:06:33
59th 66 Andrew LEACH Mud Sweat & Gears CC 4 00:06:33
60th 74 Richard PEARMAN Team Wiggle 3 00:06:33
61st 3 Andy REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 3 00:06:34
62nd 71 Frank RAWLINS North Road CC 3 00:06:34
63rd 83 James WADDINGTON Unattached 4 00:06:35
64th 6 David MITCHELL i-team Cyclist's Club 3 00:06:36
65th 10 Howard RADCLIFFE i-team Cyclist's Club 3 00:06:36
66th 56 Rupert SILMAN Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 00:06:39
67th 30 Stuart THOMPSON Andover Wheelers 2 00:06:40
68th 55 Toby HOOD Army Cycling Union 4 00:06:40
69th 39 Steven AVEY-HEBDITCH Poole Wheelers CC 2 00:06:42
70th 48 Stephen CRUTCHER Offcamber 3 00:06:48
71st 79 Alexander TODD University of Exeter Cycling Club 4 00:06:56
72nd 26 Amy-Jo HANSFORD Mud Sweat n Gears W3 00:07:07
73rd 67 Andy SAYNER i-team Cyclist's Club 4 00:07:12
74th 89 Claire FRASER Army Cycling Union W2 00:07:19
75th 1 Les PICK Poole Wheelers CC 4 00:08:08
76th 20 David BEES Forza Cycles RT 2 DNS
77th 22 Patrick DUNN Cycle Club Weymouth 3 DNS
78th 23 John HOLLIER Team Tor 2000 2 DNS
79th 27 Paul WALSINGHAM Bid Pro Cycles 3 DNS
80th 28 Rob GOUGH Cadence Cannondale RT 2 DNS
81st 34 Neal CRAIG Forza Cycles RT 2 DNS
82nd 36 Danny AXFORD Artic SRAM RT 2 DNS
83rd 42 David BARNAVILLE Felt Colbornes RT 2 DNS
84th 60 Charles MITCHELL Owens Cycles 3 DNS
85th 61 Greg BARBER Charlotteville CC 3 DNS
86th 72 Michael KNIGHT Team Hope Factory Racing 3 DNS
87th 78 James COOPER Sotonia CC 3 DNS
88th 84 Bob RICHARDSON BC Private Member 4 DNS
89th 85 Gary LOCK New Forest 4 DNS


TEAM STANDING AFTER TT

1st VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 0:18:07
2nd Cadence Cannondale RT 0:18:08
Team Tor 2000 0:18:08
4th Dream Cycling 0:18:20
5th Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 0:18:22
6th Poole Wheelers CC 0:18:36
7th Army Cycling Union 0:18:38
8th i-team Cyclist's Club 0:18:48
9th Andover Wheelers 0:19:13









Final Overall
1st 4 Charles COLEMAN Cadence Cannondale RT 2 1 00:05:40 3 02:18:52 02:24:32
2nd 53 Andrew PERKINS Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 1 00:05:40 14 02:18:53 02:24:33
3rd 49 Freddie LEWTON Dream Cycling 2 4 00:05:51 26 02:18:53 02:24:44
4th 17 Graeme LACKFORD Team Tor 2000 2 5 00:05:52 15 02:18:53 02:24:45
5th 31 Jack EDWARDS PM Racing J2 16 00:06:04 1 02:18:43 02:24:47
6th 37 Sam HUMPHREY VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 7 00:05:57 2 02:18:51 02:24:48
7th 50 Alec RUMBALL Bath Cycling Club 3 8 00:05:58 6 02:18:53 02:24:51
8th 47 Gavin MORTON Charlotteville CC 2 8 00:05:58 13 02:18:53 02:24:51
9th 38 Jamie SCOTT Spin Rotor Racing Team 2 3 00:05:46 35 02:19:05 02:24:51
10th 21 Phil PETERS Cannondale Racing Team 2 11 00:06:00 4 02:18:53 02:24:53
11th 81 Michael LEECH Team Tor 2000 3 13 00:06:01 29 02:18:53 02:24:54
12th 25 Kieron SMITH VC Montpellier 3 14 00:06:03 11 02:18:53 02:24:56
13th 54 Jason DUCKWORTH VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 16 00:06:04 8 02:18:53 02:24:57
14th 33 Joshua Yetman Terra Footwear 2 16 00:06:04 16 02:18:53 02:24:57
15th 19 Sam REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 2 5 00:05:52 34 02:19:05 02:24:57
16th 5 Matthew FRANKLIN Bristol Road Club 2 19 00:06:05 31 02:18:53 02:24:58
17th 51 Tom HAYWARD Andover Wheelers 2 20 00:06:06 5 02:18:53 02:24:59
18th 18 Andy SHACKEL VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 20 00:06:06 7 02:18:53 02:24:59
19th 13 Andy BUDDLE Poole Wheelers CC 4 20 00:06:06 12 02:18:53 02:24:59
20th 68 Michael CRIPPS Army Cycling Union 2 23 00:06:07 25 02:18:53 02:25:00
21st 75 Roland TILLEY Ridebike.co.uk 3 24 00:06:08 19 02:18:53 02:25:01
22nd 76 Andrew FEATHER BC PM 4 24 00:06:08 20 02:18:53 02:25:01
23rd 58 James HORTON Cadence Cannondale RT 4 24 00:06:08 30 02:18:53 02:25:01
24th 77 Oscar HUTCHINGS University of Exeter Cycling Club 2 30 00:06:11 28 02:18:53 02:25:04
25th 73 Joseph CROLLA awcycles.co.uk J2 35 00:06:17 22 02:18:53 02:25:10
26th 52 Shaun GREEN Army Cycling Union 3 35 00:06:17 33 02:18:53 02:25:10
27th 35 Callum DEAKIN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 3 37 00:06:18 24 02:18:53 02:25:11
28th 44 Matthew DERRICK Dream Cycling 3 24 00:06:08 37 02:19:05 02:25:13
29th 29 Stuart HARVEY Ultimate Fitness 2 40 00:06:20 9 02:18:53 02:25:13
30th 43 Carl SILVER Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 40 00:06:20 10 02:18:53 02:25:13
31st 41 Steve COTTINGTON Cadence RT 2 40 00:06:20 27 02:18:53 02:25:13
32nd 9 Alastair GAIN Poole Wheelers CC 4 28 00:06:10 41 02:19:05 02:25:15
33rd 69 Chris HALLS Team Tor 2000 3 46 00:06:23 18 02:18:53 02:25:16
34th 15 Matt BONE i-team Cyclist's Club 2 46 00:06:23 21 02:18:53 02:25:16
35th 8 Jordan WADE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles J2 56 00:06:30 23 02:18:53 02:25:23
36th 40 Craig WALLDUCK University of Bristol Cycling Club 2 39 00:06:19 39 02:19:05 02:25:24
37th 63 Scott CHALMERS Dream Cycling 2 44 00:06:21 38 02:19:05 02:25:26
38th 71 Frank RAWLINS North Road CC 3 61 00:06:34 32 02:18:53 02:25:27
39th 64 Geoff RIPLEY Bristol Road Club 2 53 00:06:27 36 02:19:05 02:25:32
40th 65 Gareth ADAMS Cadence Cannondale RT 3 56 00:06:30 40 02:19:05 02:25:35
41st 48 Stephen CRUTCHER Offcamber 3 70 00:06:48 17 02:18:53 02:25:41
42nd 57 John ASPELL Army Cycling Union 3 33 00:06:14 43 02:19:48 02:26:02
43rd 45 Dave DALTON Fareham Wheelers CC 2 11 00:06:00 44 02:20:17 02:26:17
44th 3 Andy REDDING i-team Cyclist's Club 3 61 00:06:34 42 02:19:48 02:26:22
45th 7 Daniel DOLAN Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 2 50 00:06:24 45 02:25:04 02:31:28
46th 11 Russell WHITE Forza Cycles RT 2 14 00:06:03 46 02:26:59 02:33:02
47th 46 Alex CHALLIS North Devon Wheelers 3 31 00:06:12 49 02:27:36 02:33:48
48th 56 Rupert SILMAN Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers CC 3 66 00:06:39 47 02:27:10 02:33:49
49th 39 Steven AVEY-HEBDITCH Poole Wheelers CC 2 69 00:06:42 48 02:27:20 02:34:02
50th 70 Greg PARKER CC Weymouth 4 10 00:05:59 52 02:28:28 02:34:27
51st 82 Harry LOADER VO2 Development Team J3 45 00:06:22 50 02:28:19 02:34:41
52nd 24 Martin ALDIDGE Poole Wheelers CC 4 40 00:06:20 53 02:28:28 02:34:48
53rd 87 Stuart PECKHAM New Forest CC 4 55 00:06:29 54 02:28:33 02:35:02
54th 66 Andrew LEACH Mud Sweat & Gears CC 4 58 00:06:33 55 02:28:33 02:35:06
55th 30 Stuart THOMPSON Andover Wheelers 2 67 00:06:40 56 02:28:33 02:35:13
56th 79 Alexander TODD University of Exeter Cycling Club 4 71 00:06:56 51 02:28:19 02:35:15
57th 80 Mark PETITT Bristol Cycling Development Squad 3 31 00:06:12 58 02:29:06 02:35:18
58th 16 Alex HARDING Andover Wheelers 2 53 00:06:27 57 02:28:53 02:35:20
59th 88 Russ CORN Ride cycles 4 46 00:06:23 59 02:29:19 02:35:42
60th 32 Clinton CASTELLAR i-team Cyclist's Club 2 58 00:06:33 60 02:29:48 02:36:21
61st 12 Adam HERRIDGE VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 2 28 00:06:10 62 02:30:17 02:36:27
62nd 6 David MITCHELL i-team Cyclist's Club 3 64 00:06:36 61 02:30:14 02:36:50
63rd 26 Amy-Jo HANSFORD Mud Sweat n Gears W3 72 00:07:07 63 02:31:05 02:38:12
64th 74 Richard PEARMAN Team Wiggle 3 58 00:06:33 65 02:32:53 02:39:26
65th 55 Toby HOOD Army Cycling Union 4 67 00:06:40 64 02:32:53 02:39:33
66th 89 Claire FRASER Army Cycling Union W2 74 00:07:19 66 02:35:53 02:43:12
67th 67 Andy SAYNER i-team Cyclist's Club 4 73 00:07:12 67 02:39:10 02:46:22

TEAM STANDING
1st VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles 07:14:44
2nd Cadence Cannondale RT 07:14:46
3rd Team Tor 2000 07:14:47
4th Dream Cycling 07:15:23
5th Army Cycling Union 07:16:12
6th i-team Cyclist's Club 07:16:34
7th Mid Devon Cycling Club / Colin Lewis Cycles 07:21:12
8th Poole Wheelers CC 07:23:54
9th Andover Wheelers 07:35:32