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Sunday, 21 April 2013

Sandie Radford RR: Reynolds too Strong for Horner! Updated with Full Results



Phil Reynolds (Peter Hansford Racing) edged out Rowan Horner (VC ST Raphael/Waites Contracts) on the line to win the Sandie Radford Road Race and reverse the placing’s from last year.

Reynolds, Horner, and James Gilfillan (Velo-Refined Aerosmith’s) had pulled away from a group of seven on the second of four climbs of Pipers Waite Hill. It was Gilfillan who had forced the move over the top of the climb and Gilfillan who drove the trio clear. “Phil & me took turns sitting on his wheel” joked Horner. The Velo-Refined rider would pay for his effort however. As he faltered in the uphill finale Reynolds and Horner showed no mercy, powering away, fighting it out side by side to the line.


Temporary traffic lights on the Woodfalls circuit forced a revised 35 mile course, the two extra climbs through the finish would string the race out and favour the strong. It was Gilfillan and Reynolds who had the first dig when the flag dropped; a gap opened and was quickly closed. Next to go were Ollie Hitchens(Hansford Cycles) & Colin Yeates (Sotonia CC) again, the gap was there but they were never out of sight.

Through the village of Nomansland and up the climb, the race was altogether but it was the last some would see of the front as pressure was applied on the wooded rise. Over the top, Reynolds, Horner, Gilfillan and Elgie along with Kim Little(Gillingham &Dist) Roland Tilley (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK) & Mike Ford (SRAM) forced the pace and the move was made. A lap later it was Gilfillan who would do the damage as the seven became three. For those that missed the move it was a scrap for the minor places. For those that never had the legs it was just nice to be out in the sunshine.








NB. The late Sandie Radford was the wife of Michael Radford of Radford Accountants, long term sponsors of organiser Glenn Longland
The Sandie Radford Memorial Road Race is run under TLI rules.

1st PAUL REYNOLDS PETER HANSFORD RACING ESP 1.32.48
2nd ROWN HORNER V.C.St. RAPHAEL M2 @st
3rd JAMES GILFILLAN VELO REFINED AREOSMITHS M1 @20 sec
4th BROOK ELGIE PETER HANSFORD RACING M1 @1.30sec
5th KIM LITTLE GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT M2 @1.36sec
6th ROLAND TILLEY RIDEBIKE.CO.UK B @1.44sec
7th MIKE FORD S.R.A.M. SEN @1.48sec
8th JAY EASTWOOD V.C.St. RAPHAEL A @3.28sec
9th ANDY BRYSON PETER HANSFORD RACING M1 @st
10th OLLI HITCHINS PETER HANSFORD RACING SEN @st
11th JOHN HEFFERMAN NEW FOREST C.C. C @st
12th GARY ALLAN G.A.CYCLES B @3.46sec
13th HARVEY LOWE HARGROVES CYCLES JUN @st
14th Andrew Lockwood SOUTHAMPTON UNI JUN @5min
15th MIKE SCOTT PETER HANSFORD RACING B @st
16th JAMES COTTY CANNONDALE RACING M2 @st
17th GUY ALDWORTH V.C.St. RAPHAEL B @st
18th DAVID JANES UNATTACHED M1 @st
19th NIGEL BROWN WESTBURY WHEELERS B @st
20th RUPERT SILMAN BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE M2 @st
21st ALEX HARDING ANDOVER WHEELERS ESP @st
22nd STEPHEN WOOD ANTELOPE RACING TEAM B @st
23rd STUART BECKHAM NEW FOREST C.C. A @st
24th JAMES CHANT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT A @st
25th DANIEL STEPHENS J.M.J.CYCLES SEN @st
26th OLLI MITCHELL WYNDYMILLA UK YOUTH M1 @st
27th MARK HARDWICK BOURNEMOUTH ARROW C @6.08
28th COLIN YEATES SOTONIA C.C. B @st
29th TOM STOCKER UNATTACHED SEN @7.10
30th LIAM TEESDALE OFF CAMBER JUN @11.10
31st Jason DUCKWORTH UNATTACHED M2 @13.20
32nd RICHARD BURCH SOTONIA C.C. A @st
33rd PHILWILKS HARGROVES CYCLES M1 @st
34th RUSS DAVIES V.C.St. RAPHAEL C @st
35th PETER BEILY UNATTACHED M1 @st
36th RICHARD BLAKE ANTELOPE RACING TEAM M2 @st
37th JOHN MAKEPEACE J.M.J.CYCLES A @st
38th TOM MYERS J.M.J.CYCLES SEN @st
39th GARY TREHERNE WESTBURY WHEELERS A @1 lap
40th CAROL TILLEY RIDEBIKE.CO.UK L @1 lap
41st TIM WILDSCNUT SOTONIA C.C. A @1 lap
42nd DAVE HARDING J.M.J.CYCLES B @1 lap
43rd John Sanchez-Bisson CRABWOOD C.C. D @1 lap


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