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Saturday, 29 June 2013

Young Guns Go for it in Dorset,Tristan Robbins leads after Stage 2! REPORT,RESULTS & GC


It was a good day for the youngsters as Tristan Robbins (Cardiff Jif) won an uphill sprint to take stage 2 of the Dorset Two Day. The southern region junior champion came round Richard Cartland (Echelon-Rotor) after Cartland had forced the pace on the final climb. Robins will start stage 3 in yellow, as prologue winner and fellow junior, Mitch Webber failed to defend his early lead. The 5.2 mile loop around Furzebrook included 10 climbs of East Creech and with temperatures in the mid-20s it proved a tough day out. In an attacking race Ben Luckwell (Ride 24/7) & Rowan Horner (VC ST Raphael) were the first to gain daylight, the experienced pair holding a lead of around 15 seconds for two laps. The climb strung the bunch out but on the fast narrow descent to the duck pond at East Creech Farm it was hard to stay away. Horner tried again and was joined by teammate Simon Brooks, the peloton were never going to let that one work. Richard Cartland (Team Echlelon-Rotor) held a small gap on the climb with three to go, Cartland had tried earlier without success but this time he would make it stick. Robbins, Luke Dunbar (Equipe CMI) & Alexander Royle(Banjo Cycles) made contact with Cartland and we had a stage winning break. The bunch were never far behind but legs were getting tired and the gap could not be closed. The final time up Creech, Cartland led but Robbins likes a sprint and pulled away as Dunbar & Royle faded.
PROVISIONAL RESULT
1 69 Tristan Robbins Cardiff JIF J1st 01:57:08
2 12 Richard Cartland Team Echelon - Rotor 1st 01:57:10
3 24 Luke Dunbar Equipe CMI 2nd 01:57:13
4 70 Alexander Royle Army Cycling Union 2nd 01:57:13
5 13 Charles Coleman Dream Cycling 1st 01:57:31
6 18 Ben Davis Bristol RC 2nd 01:57:31
7 3 Thomas Baylis Mid Devon CC J2nd 01:57:36
8 59 Mark Perry Dirtwheels Cycles 1st 01:57:46
9 87 Joe Barry Ride 24/7 2nd 01:57:46
10 64 Charles Rees Team Tor 2000 2nd 01:57:50
11 35 Glyndwr Griffiths Bristol South CC 1st 01:57:55
12 4 Nicholas Beale Beeline Bicycles RT 2nd 01:58:00
13 9 Simon Brooks VC St Raphael 1st 01:58:00
14 11 Cameron Campbell Army Cycling Union 2nd 01:58:00
15 16 Calum Croft Mud Sweat 2nd 01:58:00
16 17 Joseph Crolla AW Cycles J2nd 01:58:00
17 27 John Fitzpatrick Abergavenny Road Club 3rd 01:58:00
18 34 Luke Gray Trek UK 3rd 01:58:00
19 37 Justin Harcourt Urban-Cyclery.co.uk RT 2nd 01:58:00
20 40 Sam Humphrey VC St Raphael 2nd 01:58:00
21 49 Rowan Marshall Urban-Cyclery.co.uk RT 2nd 01:58:00
22 55 Matthew Mildon Mud Sweat J2nd 01:58:00
23 58 Alexander Murison Equipe CMI 1st 01:58:00
24 62 Sam Redding Spin Rotor Primal C-Originals RT 2nd 01:58:00
25 78 Michael Ward Ride 24/7 2nd 01:58:00
26 79 Mitchell Webber Primera-Specialized J2nd 01:58:00
27 80 Robert Willcocks Royal Air Force CC 2nd 01:58:00
28 84 Ben Luckwell Ride 24/7 1st 01:58:00
29 8 Stacey Bray Newquay Velo 3rd 01:58:11
30 1 Steve Dring Team Echelon - Rotor 2nd 01:58:13
31 44 Henry Latimer AW Cycles 1st 01:58:18
32 72 Maximilian Stedman AW Cycles J2nd 01:58:18
33 57 Mark Munns Ride 24/7 2nd 01:58:23
34 43 Rowan Horner VC St Raphael 1st 01:59:18
35 26 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing 2nd 01:59:22
36 53 Tim McEvoy Newquay Velo 2nd 01:59:32
37 83 Stewart Ward Ful-On Tri Club 3rd 02:00:43
38 22 Joseph Donohue Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club J2nd 02:01:05
39 39 Jay Hookins Offcamber 3rd 02:02:08
40 50 Ashley Martin Equipe CMI 1st 02:02:08
41 54 Daniel McKimm Dream Cycling 2nd 02:02:08
42 10 Matthew Butt Team ASL360 2nd 02:02:20
43 66 Neil Richardson Ful-On Tri Club 3rd 02:02:20
44 42 Bevan Humphreys Urban-Cyclery.co.uk RT 2nd 02:03:34
45 86 Nick Watson Ride 24/7 3rd 02:05:38
46 45 Andrew Leach Mud Sweat 4th 02:05:43
47 29 Matthew Franklin Team Diabetes UK 2nd 02:06:40
48 76 Daniel Walker Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club 2nd 02:07:00
49 67 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 3rd 02:07:12
50 73 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Whls 3rd 02:07:12
51 32 Jason Ginn Team ASL360 3rd 02:07:17
52 30 Sam Gardner Cannondale Racing 3rd 02:08:00
53 14 Barnaby Cox Gillingham & Dist Wheelers/Wheels CyclesJ3rd 02:08:08
54 74 Mark Valentine Poole Whls CC 3rd 02:08:20
55 7 Matthew Bone I-Team Cyclists' Club 2nd 02:08:52
56 63 Andrew Redding I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd 02:09:03
57 82 James Plumb BC PM - South West 3rd 02:10:25
58 51 Robert Martin Team Tor 2000 3rd 02:21:03
2 Rupert Beale Beeline Bicycles RT 2nd dnf
5 Sebastian Baylis Madison Genesis 1st dns
6 Robert Bolwell VC St Raphael J2nd dnf
15 Michael Cripps Army Cycling Union 2nd dnf
19 Martin Dawkins Team Quest - The Bike Shop 2nd dnf
20 Niall Digby La Fuga - Sigma Sport 3rd dns
21 Malcolm Dixon Severn RC 2nd dns
23 Alec Baskaya Dream Cycling 1st dnf
25 Harry Edney North Devon Wheelers - South Fork 2nd dns
28 Christopher Fletcher Team Axiom 2nd dns
31 Myles Gerrard Southfork Racing.co.uk 2nd dnf
33 David Gorton Team Tor 2000 3rd dns
36 Tristan Grigalis Southampton University RC 2nd dnf
38 Oliver Hitchings Peter Hansford Racing 2nd dns
41 Tom Ilett Bristol South CC 2nd dns
46 Scott Leakey Performance Cycles 2nd dns
47 Michael Leech Team Tor 2000 2nd dnf
48 Bradley Manaton BC Pm South West 3rd dnf
52 Tim McDowell Bournemouth Jubilee Whls 3rd dnf
56 David Mitchell I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd dnf
60 Daryl Price Poole Whls CC 4th dns
61 Howard Radcliffe I-Team Cyclists' Club 3rd dnf
65 Huw Richards Rutrainingtoday CC 3rd dnf
68 Ben Rickaby Southampton University RC 3rd dns
71 Harry Snow North Devon Wheelers - South Fork 2nd dnf
75 Jordan Wade VC St Raphael 2nd dnf
77 Craig Wallduck BC PM South 2nd dnf
81 Benjamin Hoy Bristol RC 3rd dnf
85 Kelly Brocklehurst BC PM South 3rd
85 Kelly Brocklehurst BC PM South dnf


G C
1,TRISTAN ROBBINS (CARDIFF JIFF) 2.02.11
2, RICHARD CARTLAND (TEAM ECHELON-ROTOR) 2.02.15
3,LUKE DUNBAR (EQUIPE CMI) 2.02.20
4, BEN DAVIS (BRISTOL RC) 2.02.29
5, CHARLES COLEMAN (DREAM CYCLING) 2.02.29
6, MITCH WEBBER (PRIMERA-SPORTS.COM) 2.02.33
7,ALEXANDER ROYLE, (ARMY CU) 2.02.33
8,THOMAS BAYLIS (MID DEVON RC) 2.02.36
9,MARK PERRY (DIRT WHEELS CYCLES) 2.02.53
10, SAM REDDING (SPINROTOR PRIMAL C-ORIGINALS) 2.03.00
11, GLYNDAR GRIFFITHS (BRISTOL SOUTH CC) 2.03.02
12,CALUM CROFT 9MUD SWEATN ‘N GEARS) 2.03.02
13, ROBERT WILCOCKS (RAF) 2.03.06
14, CHARLES REES (TEAN TOR 2000) 2.03.08
15,LUKE GRAY (TREK) 2.03.09
16, JOE BARRY (RIDE 24/7) 2.03.17
17,JUSTIN HARCOURT (URBAN –CYCLERY .CO.UK) 2.03.17
18,HENRY LATIMER (AW CYCLES) 2.02.18
19, SIMON BROOKS (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS) 2.03.20
20, BEN LUCKWELL (RIDE 24/7)
21, SAM HUMPHREY (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS) 2.03.21
22, CAMERON CAMPBELL (ARMY CU) 2.03.22
23, NICHOLAS BEALE (BEELINE CYCLES) 2.03.24
24, MATT MILDON (MUD,SWEAR N’GEARS) 2.03.25
25,MAXIMILLIAN (AW CYCLES) 2.03.25
26, JOSEPH CROLLA (AW CYCLES) 2.03.28
27, ALEXANDER MURISON (EQUIPE CMI) 2.03.37
28, STEVE DRING (ECHELON-ROTOR) 2.03.37
29, STACEY BRAY (NEWQUAY VELO) 2.03.41
30, JOHN FITZPATRICK (ABERGAVENNY RC) 2.03.42
31, ROWAN MARSHALL (URBAN-CYCLERY.CO.UK) 2.03.46
32, ROWAN HORNER (VC ST RAPHAEL/WAITES CONTRACTS) 2.04.34
33, BROOK ELGIE (PETER HANSFORD RACING) 2.04.44
34, TIM McEVOY (NEWQUAY VELO) 2.04.50
35, STEWART WARD (FULL ON TRI) 2.05.56
36, JOSEPH DONAHUE (FAREHAM WH) 2.06.28
37, ASHLEY MARTIN (EQUIPE CMI) 2.07.16
38, DANIEL MCKIMM (DREAM CYCLING) 2.07.24
39, JAY HOOKINS (OFFCAMBER) 2.07.46
40, NEIL RICHARDSON (FULL ON TRI) 2.07.54
41,MATTHEW BUTT (TEAM ASL360) 2.08.01
42, BEVAN HUMPHREYS (URBAN-CYCLERY.CO.UK) 2.08.49
43, NICK WATSON (RIDE 24/7) 2.11.09
44, ANDREW LEACH (MUD SWEATN’ GEARS) 2.11.33
45, MATTHEW FRANKLIN (TEAM DIABETES UK) 2.12.11
46, DANIEL WALKER (FAREHAM WH) 2.12.34
47, TOM STOCKER (BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WH) 2.12.46
48,PAUL RICHARDSON (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW/HOTEL COLLINGWOOD) 2.12.52
49, SAM GARDNER (CANNONDALE RACING) 2.13.23
50,JASON GINN (TEAM ASL360) 2.13.29
51, BARNABY COX (GILLINGHAM & DIST WH) 2.13.56
52, MARK VALENTINE (POOLE WH) 2.14.00
53,ANDREW REDDING (I-TEAM CYCLISTS CLUB) 2.14.55
54, JAMES PLUMB (BC PM SOUTH WEST) 2.15.38
55, ROBERT MARTIN (TEAM TOR 2000) 2.27.05


What they Said!
Tristan Robbins “It was hot and the climb was really, really hard the first few times, it got a little easier as fatigue set in. Lots of people struggled with the heat, it was really hard race. I always want to go out and try and win, I aimed to be in the early move, it’s a stage race and I wanted to get as much time as possible, but did not seem to happen. I sat in, I was struggling a bit, I popped a couple of gels and felt a lot better. I bridged across on the descent and we worked well together and I wanted to win the sprint. Hopefully I can hold on to yellow it would be amazing to win it”



Richard Cartland “ It’s a great course, I wasted some energy early on away on my own, the final time up the climb the others were finessing, I shouted at them its G C time and we had to keep riding, before then we had worked well together”

Ben Davis “The place to attack was over the top because everyone was right on the limit”

Charles Coleman “It was really good fun, a bit like a Belgian race, lots of laps and punchy climbs, the course was harder than I thought”

Ben Luckwell “All just a bit of training really, myself and Rowan (Horner) the old stagers. To be honest I did not think the course was that hard but I would not fancy 90 miles round it. I am hoping everyone is a bit tired tomorrow because I feel ok”

Steve Dring “A brilliant racing circuit”

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