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Thursday, 2 August 2012

THE PURBECK ONE DAY TOUR: Race Programme.



THE PURBECK ONE DAY TOUR
SUNDAY 12th AUGUST 2012
PROMOTED UNDER THE RULES AND REGULATION OF BRITISH CYCLING
EVENT SPONSOR
JURASSIC CABS LTD
RACE ORGANISER
David Wade: 191 Northmoor Way Wareham Dorset BH20 4SB 01929 556498 - 07827330615
email: david.wade2@homecall.co.uk


RACE HEADQUARTERS
The Purbeck School
Worgret Road
Wareham
BH20 4PF
This address is the location for both Stage One and Stage Two of The Purbeck Tour.
TEAM AND NUETRAL SERVICE VEHICLES
Team Service Vehicles will be permitted (Teams of three or more). Team managers are reminded that
they should obtain the organisers permission to join the race convoy and produce their licence endorsed as
the team manager. Teams wishing to be part of the race convey must email the race organiser giving their
vehicle and contact details no later than five days before the start of the event. They are required to have
race radio or their own form of communication. One neutral service vehicle is being provided.
RACE OFFICIALS
Chief Commissaire TIM KNIGHT
Commissaire TWO COLIN PRICE
CHIEF JUDGE SUE KNIGHT
TIME KEEPER Judith Martin
NEG Chris Bartlett
NEUTRAL SERVICE Mark Wade
SIGNING ON SUE KNIGHT
PHOTO FINISH Graham Robbins/Anthony Knight
GEAR CHECK
FIRST AID Wendy Gain
RACE TIME TABLE
0800 - HQ OPENS – Please be considerate with your parking we all have to get in
0815 – 0930 – SIGN ON / GEAR CHECK
1000 – Stage One Time Trial – Do not miss your time slot
1130 – Stage One Time Trial finish – Retain Race Numbers
1215 – BRIEFING – Race Officials/Team Managers/Marshalls/
1245 – Riders Briefing
1330 – Start/Roll Out @ HQ (Race Neutralised for approx. 2Kms)
1600 – Race Finish (Approx)
GENERAL
The Purbeck School shares the complex with The Purbeck Sports Centre. Riders will be able access the
sports centre to shower and change. Your shower/change entry fee has already been paid from your race
entry fee. The Sports Centre offers a variety of sporting disciplines/relaxation such as Swimming, Squash,
Tennis, Sauna etc. There is an additional fee to pay should you or your family wish to enjoy these
facilities. The sports centre also has an excellent restaurant facility where you are able to buy hot drink
and food. Please make use of these facilities however, should riders choose to change in the car park
please remember the area is public and you should be very discreet.
COMPETITORS
All competitors eligible to start Stage Two must change TT Numbers for Road Race Numbers after Stage
One.
Race Licences will be kept for the duration of the event
Competitors unable to continue after Stage One must inform Race HQ
Junior riders are subject to Gear Restriction as per British Cycling regulations. The limit is 7.93m at one
crank revolution. This ratio restriction is normally 52x14. Riders subject to these regulations must present
their bike for inspection before signing on.
All competitors must produce their valid BC racing licence at ‘sign on’.
All competitors must wear a cycling helmet that meets the British standard when competing in Stage One
and Stage Two. No helmet no ride.
TEAM AND NEUTRAL SUPPORT
The race will be supported by a neutral service and some Team Support Vehicles. Competitors submitting
wheels to neural service do so at their own risk however the race organisation will take reasonable steps to
ensure wheels are returned to their rightful owner. Poole Wheelers organisation team will not accept any
responsibility or be liable for loss of equipment.
FEED STATION
There will not be a designated feed station for Stage One. A designated feed station will be made available
for Stage Two and will be situated on the B3071 on Newtown Hill. The feed station will be clearly
marked.
RIDER PROTECTION
Protection for riders and the convoy will be provided by motorcyclists from the National Escort Group
and static marshals. Safety cover for riders is limited to when you are behind the lead car and in front of
the final vehicle in the convoy. This is normally the First Aid Vehicle. If you are dropped from the bunch
and behind the final vehicle in the convoy then you are no longer in the safety zone provided by the
marshals. You therefor cannot assume that vehicles will give way to you or that marshals will be in place
at junctions. You must obey the rules of the road and follow the race route exactly until you are directed
otherwise by a race official.
STAGE ONE: START 10:01HRS
COURSE
START : Opposite Layby in Holme Lane Wareham approximately 200 yards from Junction with Holme
Lane and West Lane/Grange Road.
FINISH : Army Tank Range Entrance situated on the B3070.
DIRECTIONS TO START: Turn left out of HQ to Roundabout. At Roundabout turn left onto A351 sign
posted Swanage. After about half a mile turn right into West Lane sign posted Kimmeridge. After 200
yards turn right into Holme Lane and the start is 200 yards on the left.
DESCRIPTION : The course can be described as flat with the odd one or two humps/lumps. Riders will
start in Holme Lane heading towards the B3070. Riders will first negotiate a Blind Hump Back bridge,
please keep left to avoid oncoming traffic. The course continues on along Holme Lane through wooded
areas where they will negotiate several bends and one set of crossroad’s. Riders will have right of way.
Just prior to the junction with Holme Lane and B3070 there is a sharp left bend on the crest of a small
hill. Please keep in left, the road is narrow. At the Junction Holme Lane/B3070 riders will turn left onto
the wide straight flat B3070 to the finish line about 1000 yard away.
AFTER FINISH: Riders should stop shortly after finish, wait until the road is clear, cross the road, turn
round and start to re trace the Time Trial course. At the junction with Holme Lane please ride straight on
to the Junction with the A352. Turn right signposted Wareham back to the HQ. You must not ride against
your fellow competitors in Holme Lane. Alternatively, riders can continue along the B3070 keeping left at
every junction back to the HQ. BE WARNED, this route is about 5 miles, Take about 30 minutes and you
will have to negotiate Whiteway’s Hill which is very very very steep. See Google Maps.
NOTES: Riders must make their own way to the start ensuring they get there on time. If any rider fails to
make their allocated start time they will be required to start at the back of the field with an appropriate
time penalty.
Riders are reminded that the Prologue must be ridden on a Road Bike. No TT Bikes. No Aero Bell/Shell
Helmets. No Aero Bars. No Aero Disc Wheels. Deep rim Aero wheels (Max depth 80mm e.g. Zipp 808)
and Tri Spokes will be allowed. If you want to wear Skin Suits, Shave your legs and wear shoe covers then
this also allowed.
IN THE INTERESTS OF YOU OWN SAFETY BRITISH CYCLING TIME TRIALS STRONGLY
REMIND YOU TO OBEY THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT. ANY
RIDER FAILING TO OBSERVE THE RULES OF THE ROAD COULD BE DISCIPLINED.
OBSERVERS WILL BE ON THE COURSE
HEADS UP – ACCIDENTS DOWN!!!!!!!
STAGE TWO ROAD RACE START 1330HRS
At 1330hrs competitors will roll out from the HQ to start Stage Two. The race will be neutralised until the
riders are guided into Holme Lane where the race will be on. Heading west, riders will head for the
Crossroads Junction with the B3070 and Holme Lane. Under escort and the safety of marshals the race
will cross this junction still heading west along Holme Lane towards Bindon Lane. The race is now on the
circuit known as The Lulworth Circuit. Passing East Stoke and into Bindon Lane the race will turn left
into a narrow road that links Bindon Lane and the B3071. Riders must take care on this stretch of narrow
road that is about one mile long. At the junction with the B3071 the race will turn left heading up the
B3071 where riders will start negotiating the one and only climb of the route known as Newtown Hill. This
climb can be described a long drag.
At the top of the hill RIDE WITH CAUTION because the route descends for about 400 yards before the
race turns left back onto the B3070. This is a fast descending section all the way down to East Lulworth.
Having passed the twisty section of East Lulworth the race will continue along the B3070 where the road
opens wide into the Tank Range area. Passing through this area the race continues until the junction with
Holme Lane/B3070 where the race turns left heading towards East Stoke. The race has now completed
one lap and this route will be navigated for another four and a half laps before the finish line on Newtown
Hill.
I hope you have a great day and may the best person win.
David Wade
Poole Wheelers

1 Les Pick Poole Wheelers 4 10:01
2 Adam Roud Cycling Basingstoke 3 10:02
3 Andy Redding I-Team CC 3 10:03
4 Charles Coleman Cadence Cannondale 2 10:04
5 Matthew Franklin Bristol RC 3 10:05
6 David Mitchell I-Team CC 3 10:06
7 Dan Dolan Mid Devon CC 2 10:07
8 Jordan Wade VC St Raphael 2J 10:08
9 Alastair Gain Poole Wheelers 4 10:09
10 Howard Radcliffe I-Team CC 3 10:10
11 Russell White Forza Cycles RT 2 10:11
12 Adam Herridge VC St Raphael 2 10:12
13 Andy Buddle Poole Wheelers 4 10:13
14 Joshua Gray Team Tor 2000 3J 10:14
15 Matthew Bone I-Team 2 10:15
16 Alex Harding Andover Wheelers 2 10:16
17 Graeme Lackford Team Tor 2000 2 10:17
18 Andrew Shackel VC St Raphael 2J 10:18
19 Sam Redding I-Team CC 2 10:19
20 David Bees Forza Cycles RT 2 10:20
21 Phillip Peters Cannondale Racing UK 2 10:21
22 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth 3 10:22
23 John Hollier Team Tor 2000 2 10:23
24 Martin Aldidge Poole Wheelers 4 10:24
25 Kieron Smith VC Montpellier 3 10:25
26 Miss Amy Jo Hansford Mud Sweat n Gears 3W 10:26
27 Paul Walsingham Big Pro Cycles 3 10:27
28 Robert Gough Cadence Cannondale RT 2 10:28
29 Stuart Harvey Ultimate Fitness 2 10:29
30 Stuart Thompson Andover Wheelers 2 10:30
31 Jack Edwards PM Racing 2J 10:31
32 Clinton Casteller I-Team CC 2 10:32
33 Joshua Yetman Terra Footwear 2 10:33
34 Neal Craig Forza Cycles RT 2 10:34
35 Callum Deakin Mid Devon Cycling Club 3 10:35
36 Danny Axford ARTIC SRAM RT 2 10:36
37 Sam Humphrey VC St Raphael 2 10:37
38 Jamie Scott Spin Rotor Racing Team 2 10:38
39 Steven Avey-Hebditch Poole Wheelers 4 10:39
40 Craig Wallduck University of Bristol 2 10:40
41 Steven Cottington Cadence RT 2 10:41
42 David Barnaville Felt Colbournes 2 10:42
43 Carl Silver Bournemouth JW 3 10:43
44 Matthew Derrick Dream Cycling 3 10:44
45 David Dalton Fareham Wheelers CC 2 10:45
46 Alex Challis North Devon Wheelers 3 10:46
47 Gavin Morton Charlotteville CC 2 10:47
48 Stephen Crutcher Off Camber 3 10:48
49 Freddie Lewton Dream Cycling 2 10:49
50 Alec Rumball Bath CC 3 10:50
51 Thomas Hayward Andover Wheelers 2 10:51
52 Shaun Green Army Cycling Union 3 10:52
53 Andrew Perkins Mid Devon CC 2 10:53
54 Jason DuckWorth VC St Raphael 2 10:54
55 Toby Hood Army Cycling Union 4 10:55
56 Rupert Silmam Bournemouth JW 3 10:56
57 John Aspell Army Cycling Union 3 10:57
58 James Horton Cannondale Racing 4 10:58
59 David Gorton Team Tor 2000 3 10:50
60 Charles Mitchell Owens Cycles 3 11:00
61 Gregory Barber Charlotteville CC 3 11:01
62 Max Baldock Poole Wheelers 4 11:02
63 Scott Chalmers Dream Cycling 2 11:03
64 Geoff Ripley Bristol RC 2 11:04
65 Dr Gareth Adams Cadence RT 3 11:05
66 Andrew Leach Mud Sweat n Gears 4 11:06
67 Andy Sayner I-Team CC 4 11:07
68 Michael Cripps Army Cycling Union 2 11:08
69 Chris Halls Team Tor 2000 3 11:09
70 Greg Parker CC Weymouth 4 11:10
71 Frank Rawlins North Road CC 3 11:11
72 Michael Knight Team Hope Factory Race 3 11:12
73 Joseph Crolla AW Cycles 3J 11:13
74 Richard Pearman Team Wiggle 3 11:14
75 Roland Tilley Ridebike.co.uk 3 11:15
76 Andrew Feather BCPM 4 11:16
77 Oscar Hutchings University of Exeter 2 11:17
78 James Cooper Sotonia 3 11:18
79 Alexander Todd University of Exeter 4 11:19
80 Mark Pettitt B.C.D.S 3 11:20

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