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Thursday, 30 May 2013

Sotonia 10, Start List


Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their rules and regulations



Open 10 mile time trial
Course P128

Saturday June 8th 2013


PRIZES

1st £25
2nd £20
3rd £15
4th £10


P128/10: FULL COURSE DESCRIPTION
Copythorne – Cadnam – Netley Marsh – Brooke’s Hill – Romsey Road, A31


START at the (south) exit of the layby outside the school on Copythorne Hill (GR308148) (at the point where the School zig-zag crosses the edge of carriageway line) 0.00 miles
Go south to Cadnam roundabout and take 1st exit (left) 1.10 miles
Go to Goodies roundabout and take 1st exit (left) (GR 336130) 3.77 miles
Go to Morrisons roundabout and take 1st exit (straight on) 4.37 miles
Take the slip road left at Brookes Hill to roundabout where take second exit (right)
5.68 miles.
Turn left onto A31 and continue over Copythorne hill, through the start 7.56 miles
Continue to Cadnam roundabout and take 1st exit (left) 8.66 miles
FINISH at the drain cover which is 30yds before the bus stop and 0.1 miles past the east end of the large Bartley lay-by (GR 316129) 10.00 miles


Event Headquarters

Event HQ and parking is at Copythorne Parish Hall, Pollards Moor Road Copythorne, Southampton SO40 2NZ this will be available from 7.30am and from where numbers can be collected and signed for.

• PLEASE ALLOW YOURSELF 10 MINUTES TO RIDE TO THE START

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS - Riders must:

• Not warm up on the course.
• Not make U-turns in the vicinity of the start or finish.
• After finishing, retrace to HQ
Any rider observed riding in a manner which may jeopardise his or her own safety, the safety of others and the future of the Sport will be disqualified and reported to the South District Council of Cycling Time Trials.

Cycling Time Trials and Sotonia CC strongly advise you to:-

• Wear a Hard Shell Helmet that meets an internationally accepted safety standard. Cycling Time Trial regulations require all competitors under the age of 18 years to wear a Hard Shell Helmet.

• Have a working rear light, either flashing or fixed, fitted to your machine in a position clearly visible to following road users.

• Observers may be in attendance along the course.

And finally………………Keep your heads up and have a safe ride!



1 Chris Summers Sotonia CC 08.31
2 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC 08.32
3 Barrington Day Fareham Wheelers CC 08.33
4 Colin Yeates Sotonia CC 08.34
5 Simon Healey Andover Wheelers 08.35
6 Darren Lewis Poole Wheelers 08.36
7 Jonathan Legg Sotonia CC 08.37
8 Phillip Chinn Fareham Wheelers 08.38
9 Martin Balk New Forest CC 08.39
10 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael 08.40
11 Oliver Hitchings Peter Hansford Racing 08.41
12 Daniel Edwards Sotonia CC 08.42
13 Jon Dudley Sotonia CC 08.43
14 Colin Crocker Sotonia CC 08.44
15 Terry Icke Poole Wheelers 08.45
16 Ray Claridge G A Cycles 08.46
17 Stephen Wood Antelope Racing Team 08.47
18 Richards Smith Velo Club Venta 08.48
19 Philip Connell Sotonia CC 08.49
20 Bryce Dyer Velo Club St Raphael 08.50
21 Greg Parker CC Weymouth 08.51
22 Cliff Rowe Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 08.52

Croft Spins to Win at Moreton!



Calum Croft (Mud, sweat n’ Gears) won round four of the Moreton village series, taking the verdict from Jay Eastwood (Primera-Sports.com) in a photo finish. The 24 year old from Bridport, Dorset got the better of Eastwood to score his 4th win of the season, although Eastwood complained of a softening tyre for the second half of the race. Croft also had problems, a last lap “chute” that brought down a couple of riders, tangled with his rear mech and left him two top gears short. The usual pursuit saw the “reds” reduce the deficit to 20 seconds with two 3 mile laps remaining. As the rain started to fall at the bell, the race was all together, Steve Dring (Echelon-Rotor) & James Horton (Cannondale) briefly flirted off the front but were never going anywhere as the gallop beckoned. Eastwood led out and seemed to have enough but Croft, on the inside, kept on coming and proved too strong, despite spinning out. Lewis Keightley (Primera-sports.com), the driving force in the chase was worth his third place.

1, CALUM CROFT (MUD,SWEAT N’GEARS)
2, JAY EASTWOOD (PRIMERA-SPORTS.COM)
3, LEWIS KEIGHTLEY (PRIMERA-SPORT.COM)
4, KELLY BROCKLEHURST (BOURNEMOUTH CYCLEWORKS)
5, ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK)
6, LUKE GRAY (TREK)
7, ANDY SLOAN (MUD,SWEAT N’ GEARS)
8, MARK VALENTINE (POOLE WH)
9, SHAUN AMOR (UK-BIKING)
10, STEVE DRING (ECHELON-ROTOR)



Bournemouth & Dist Womens CA Club 25 29/05/13


B&DWCA 25 held on the P128 Bartley - Copythorne circuit 29/05/13

Woman: Rosie Hillary Southampton Tri Club 1.23.49

Men:
1 Stephen Wood Antelope RT 59.25
2 Mike Zollo Southampton Tri Club 1.02.17
3 Ant Gritton Southampton Tri Club 1.02.56
4 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood CC 1.19.24

In addition two people opted to ride 10 miles and they were:

Linda Connor Southampton Tri Club 29.26 and
Peter Wooldridge Southampton Tri Club 23.50

The timekeepers were Jacky Betteridge and Dave Crocker and other helpers Pete Betteridge, Glenn and Sue Longland, Ted Knowlton, Clive Peskett and Jacky Prosser.

It was a horribly cold and wet evening and hats off to everyone who turned out.
Thanks to Jacky Prosser

Portsmouth CTL Circuits Rnd 4! Brief Report & Full Results




Ben Simmons (Wiggle) launched himself off the front to take the win in round 4, his first of the season. Despite the late rain conditions were pretty good with only light winds ensuring all attacks were chased down. Most had settled for a sprint finish until Cooper's late effort saw him go clear with 4 laps to go. Andy Bryson (Peter Hansford Racing) followed and looked set for second only to be caught by Jason Eastwood (Primera-sports.com) et al, on the line. Four races into the twenty race series Primera-Sports.com are topping the tables with Eastwood and Ian Legg. 1st & 2nd respectively
“ A deserved win for Ben, now a Bike wash, kit wash, poached egg and then bed before more Moreton tomorrow..” commented Eastwood
YOUTHS U10/U8
1st Isaac WARRINGTON Southdown Velo
2nd Adam POTTER i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
3rd Jack CROMIE i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
4th Carl RUSSELL Portsmouth North End CC
5th Rose-Marie MONCRIEFFE Performance Cycle Coaching
5 Starters
YOUTHS U12
1st Sam CLARK i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
2nd Caitlin PETERS Fareham Wheelers CC
3rd Owen GILES Portsmouth North End CC
4th Sam FREEMAN Solent Pirates
5th Jade LUTHER Portsmouth North End CC
5 Starters
YOUTHS U16/U14
1st Harvey MORCOMBE Fareham Wheelers CC
2nd Brendan DREWETT Fareham Wheelers CC
3rd Jamie HUTCHINSON i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
4th Aaron THOMPSON Portsmouth North End CC
5th Lewis MARTIN Sotonia CC
6th Charlie COOPER i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
7th Robert PANTER Portsmouth North End CC
8th Joe CLARK i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
9th Aaron SMITH Southdown Velo
10th James BRICKELL Fareham Wheelers CC
11th Dominic JUDD VC Venta
12th Tim GOODHEAD Fareham Wheelers CC
13th Thamana NEL i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
14th Alex COLLINS Fareham Wheelers CC
15th Sam CLARK i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem
16th Oscar WARRINGTON Southdown Velo / Hunters Springs
17th Lucy EDMUNDS Bournemouth Arrow CC-Hotel Colingwood
18th Caitlin PETERS Fareham Wheelers CC
18 Starters


SENIORS~ 3/4/J3/J4
1st James COOPER JMJcycles 40 mins + 3 laps
2nd Stuart MORTON Hargroves Cycles / Trant / Next / specialized st
3rd Tjarko LEUNGEN Royal Navy & Royal Marines Cycling Association st
4th Joe DONOHUE Fareham Wheelers CC st
5th Tom MORRIS Portsmouth North End CC st
6th Peter DAY Fareham Wheelers CC st
7th Daniel WALKER Fareham Wheelers CC st
8th Luke STACE i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem st
9th Paul HELYER Blazing Saddles Cycles st
10th Russ DAVIES VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles st
11th Paul GILES Portsmouth North End CC st
12th Patrick BROWN VC Venta st
13th Matthew CRYER Army Cycling Union st
14th Kelly BROCKLEHURST BC PM st
15th Frank KILSBY Hargroves CC st
16th Chris EWINGS Fareham Wheelers CC st
17th Jan LABROOY Andover Wheelers st
18th George MOORE i-team Cyclist’s Club / KSL / in Tandem st
19th Charlie CRESSWELL-HOGG Portsmouth North End CC st
20th Dave DALTON Fareham Wheelers CC st
21st Andy PAGE Portsmouth North End CC st
22nd Daniel STEPHENS JMJcycles st
26 Starters


SENIORS~ E/1/2/3/J1/J2/J3
1st Ben SIMMONS Team Wiggle 50 mins + 5 laps
2nd Jay EASTWOOD Primera Sports.com @ 0-20
3rd Will FOX Metaltek Knights of Old st
4th Jon CANNINGS i-ride.co.uk st
5th Ian ROBINS Brighton Mitre CC st
6th Andy BRYSON Peter Hansford Racing st
7th Mike SCOTT Peter Hansford Racing st
8th Will STEPHENSON Condor JLT st
9th Seb OTTLEY VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles st
10th David BILLINGS Motiv0 RT st
11th Phil DEMPSEY Aprire Bicycles st
12th Rob BOLWELL VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles st
13th Richard PHILLIPS-SCHOFIELD Hantspol CC st
14th Henry NEWBURY Fareham Wheelers CC st
15th Stuart BETTIS Southdown Bikes st
16th David GILHAM Bournemouth Arrow CC-Hotel Colingwood st
17th Chris FLETCHER Team Axiom st
18th Ellie GILHAM VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles st
19th Andrew Carter Portsmouth North End CC st
20th Pete HUMPHREYS Royal Air Force CC st
21st Simon BROOKS VC St Raphael / Waite Contracts / Hewitt Cycles st
22nd Ian LEGG Primera Sports.com st
23rd Jerry LAMBERT BC PM - South st
27 Starters

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Bournemouth Jubilee Wh 10, 28/05/13 P311



1 Jon Clemas BJW 25.15
2 Will Soloman BJW 25.22
3 Kevin Ridge BJW 26.20
4 James Bonney BJW 27.03
Very disappointing event with twice as many officials as riders. No rain, roads completely dry by end, traffic very light. Will did a Pb despite almost giving up by the Texaco garage, Kevin not very well, Jon on road bike and James on his ordinary machine complete with carrier.
Marshals:P Warhurst, B O'Callaghan, J Prosser, C Peskett, R Wareing, N Mansell, D Mansfield.
12c, dry roads during event, NW wind.
Thanks To Bob Wareing

Monday, 27 May 2013

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Open 10



The Bournemouth Jubilee WheelersJW Open 10 miles TT is on Sunday 9th June 2013 on the P412/10 (Bulbury). This event is part of the EDCA Series.
Entries close very soon on Tuesday 28th May. Contact Arthur Peters on 01258 458442. Entry forms can be found on www.ctt.org.uk

Sunday, 26 May 2013

New Forest News


BRAMSHAW’S Julia Shaw won her seventh consecutive National 10-mile time trial championship in Norfolk on Saturday writes Bob Jolliffe...........
Shaw, who rides in drag2zero colours, clocked a rapid 22min 19secs to beat Rebecca Slack (Look Mum No Hands) by 16 seconds. Hannah Barnes (MG Maxifuel Pro Cycling) took third with 22-56.
Following an ace ride in New Forest CC’s club 10 at Ringwood earlier in the week, Totton’s Stephen Whitewick (VeloRefined Aerosmiths) was unlucky to puncture in the men’s championship event which was won by Michael Hutchinson for the 10th time in 19min 20sec.

Silver went to Shaw’s teammate Matthew Bottrill with 19-27 while Hutchinson’s In Gear Quick Vit Trainsharp teammate Douglas Davey took bronze with 19-36.
Gilfillan wins Forest 32
Course record-holder Whitewick was a non-starter in New Forest Cycling Club’s annual Round the Forest 32-mile time trial on Sunday, but his VeloRefined colleague James Gilfillan took the honours instead with a time of 1-14-12.
Poole Wheeler Gary Dighton took second with 1-16-15 from CC Weymouth’s Greg Parker (1-18-02).
The Waterside’s Ray Claridge (GA Cycles) claimed fourth with 1-19-37, which was one second faster than his equivalent ride last year.

New Forest CC’s top finisher was Stuart Peckham with 1-25-36 for 13th place.
Other local riders: Oliver Emmans (Antelope RT) 1-21-11, Gary Allan (GA Cycles) 1-22-07, Simon Barnes (GA Cycles) 1-22-11, Phillip Connell (Sotonia CC) 1-27-20, Daniel Edwards (Sotonia) 1-28-46, Graham Lenton (NFCC) 1-30-33, Neil Stevenson (NFCC) 1-33-44, Simon Dobby (NFCC) 1-51-47, Martin Balk (NFCC) 1-53-02.
Whitewick on form in build-up to Nat 10
Whitewick was in sparkling form when he won New Forest CC’s 10 on the “Rumble Strip”, the roughly surfaced Ringwood-Sopley road, in a cracking 20-54.
His nearest rival on a good evening which saw several “personals” and “season’s bests” was New Milton’s Tony Green (GA Cycles) with 22-19.
Claridge was third overall with 22-39 while New Forest CC’s own ace Ben Boardman crept under 23 minutes for the first time this season with 22-57 for fourth overall and 10 points in division one of the home club’s league table.
GA Cycles’ boss Gary Allan was fifth with 23-01 and New Forest’s James Bannister was back on form with 23-13 for sixth.
Others (NFCC unless stated): Ali Rogers 24-04, Stuart Peckham 24-08, Tony Rendell 24-23, Anja Heijnen (Bournemouth Jubilee Whlrs) 24-36, Geri Robinson 24-43, Rob Ellis (VC St Raphael) 24-48, Keith Bradfield 24-55, Graham Lenton and Dan Mitchell tied with 25-04, Howard Doe 25-33, Colin Scott (Primera Sport) 25-39, Hugh Roper 25-43, Konnor Bracher-Walsh and Neil Stevenson tied with 25-50, Bryan Fenwick (Melton Olympic) 25-53, Nicholas Kearley 26-07, Jamie Pope (Hargroves) 26-15, Phil Underwood 26-17, Chris Conrath 26-19, Mark Jefferies 26-29, Philip Harris 26-57, Paul Shield 26-59, Antony Moyle 27-22, Geoff Weller 27-23, Richard Wills 27-25, Phil Jones 27-26, Peter Weaver 27-30, Peter Norris 27-54, Jamie Walby 27-59, Martin Balk 29-07, Chris Summers (Sotonia CC) 29-09, Peter Hawker 29-26, Chris Mills 29-38, Rachal Oxby (Come and Try It) 30-04, Chris Norris 32-10.
Topham wins Hounslow 100, again
Poole-based Adam Topham won the Hounslow and District Wheelers’ 100 on roads between Farnham and Alton on Sunday for the second consecutive year with a time of 3-41-41.

New Forest 32, Gilfillan Top of the Tree!



James Gilfillan (velorefined-Aerosmith) made it two out of two, winning the New Forest CC 32 mile Circuit of the Forest, a week after victory in the Sotonia 25. Gilfillan, was training hard in the National Park the previous day but still had the legs to clock 1:14:12, over two minutes clear of Gary Dighton (Poole Wh). Dighton had 1:47 in hand on third placed Gregg Parker (CC Weymouth), although Parker was not the only one to get held up by the free- wandering New Forest ponies. Scratch man Stephen Whitewick (Velo refined-Aerosmith)did not trouble the timekeepers; Whitewick had punctured in the National 10 on Saturday and with low morale, had opted to stay at home. Michael Hutchinson (In-Gear Quickfit) won the championship with 19:20 with Matt Bottril (www.drag2zero.com) at 7 secs, in a race that had 37 non- starters. On a near windless morning Gilfillan, off number 25, quickly started to catch his minute men.

The course takes the riders across open heathland after negotiating Lymington High Street, the Hampshire sailing town peaceful at 07:15 am. A fast stretch on the A35 after Lyndhurst before a left hander returns to New Milton and the chequered board. Spare a thought for Andy Bryson, a puncture cost him a possible podium place and by the time he made it back to the HQ most were already home.
1, JAMES GILFILLAN (VELO REFINED-AEROSMITHS) 1.14.12

2, GARY DIGHTON (POOLE WHEELERS) 1.16.15

3, GREGG PARKER (CC WEYMOUTH) 1.18.02

4, RAY CLARIDGE (GA CYCLES) 1.19.37

5, TERRY ICKE (POOLE WHEELERS) 1.20.30
6, OLLIE EMMANS (ANTELOPE RT) 1.21.11
7, GARY ALLEN (G A CYCLES) 1.22.07
8, SIMON BARNES (G A CYCLES) 1.22.11
9, DARREN LEWIS (POOLE WH) 1.22.58
10, JASON FELTUS (COALVILLE WH) 1.23.36
11, CLIFF ROWE (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 1.23.46
12, OLLIE HITCHENS (PETER HANSFORD RACING) 1.24.56
13, STUART PECKHAM (NEW FOREST CC) 1.25.36
14, JERRY BROMYARD (RN&RM CA) 1.25.52
15, GEOFF PERRY (TEAM MILTON KEYNES) 1.26.18
16, PHILLIP CONNELL (SOTONIA CC) 1.27.50
17, DANIEL EDWARDS (SOTONIA CC) 1.28.46

18, KEVIN RIDGE (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 1.29.32
19, GRAHAM LENTON (NEW FOREST CC) 1.30.33
20, COLIN WHITE (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 1.30.50
21, DEREK DOWDEN (CHARLOTTEVILLE CC ) 1.33.21
22, NEIL STEVENSON (NEW FOREST CC) 1.33.44
23, TERRY BELBIN (POOLE WH) 1.34.06
24, BILL SIMMONS (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 1.34.49
25, MATTHEW GOLDEN (A3CRG) 1.35.17
26, LARRAINE WHITE (L) (BOURNEMOUTH JUB) 1.39.00
27,PAUL SHIELDS (NEW FOREST CC) 1.44.34
28, PETE COTTY (POOLE WH) 1.50.48
29, SIMON DOBBY (NEW FOREST CC) 1.51.47
30, MARTIN BALK (NEW FOREST CC) 1.53.02
First run as a 64 mile event, numbers have steadily dropped over the years and the future of the Circuit of the New Forest is in doubt.