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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Primera Purbeck 2 Day Road Race


The Primera Purbeck 2 Day Road Race is a new addition to the 2013 calendar and is organsied by UK-Biking and sponsored by Primera Sports. The race will be run over two days, starting on the 28th of September.
It is Regional A race, run under rules and regulations of British Cycling for 2/3/4 categories (men, juniors and ladies).

Saturday 28th September - Stage 1
Starts 2pm Furzebrook Village Hall, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5AR
5.5 laps of East Lulworth Circuit (55m /88km) plus 3miles (5km) warm up


Sunday 29 September – Stage 2
Starts 9am Furzebrook Village Hall, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5AR
9.5 laps of Creech Circuit (50 miles/80km)


Overall positions will be decided on time and positions in both stages. Primes and bonus time at the finish will also help split rider’s positions.

Pre-entry is available online here: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/97478/Primera-Purbeck-2-day-Road-Race

£40 pre entry or £50 on the line.

Entry is limited to 80 riders

Riders who are dropped on Stage 1 may be pulled out by race officials without completing the full distance. They will be given a time penalty and allowed to start Stage 2. Riders dropped on stage 2 may again be asked to stop by race officials before completing the full distance and will be given a time so that they can be included in the final result.

Prizes will be announced nearer to the race, once the costs have been taken into account. Additional prizes will be provided by Primera Sports.

British Cycling Ranking Points
Stages 1 and 2 are Band 5 with 10 points for 1st down to 1 point for 10th
Final overall is Band 3 with 30 points for 1st down to 1 point for 15th

Novices
You will need a British Cycling racing licence to compete or take out a day licence (£10 per day).

CC Weymouth Club 18, 30/07/13


30 July 2013, Club Hilly 18 P451/18

(un)Officially the most rewarding TT course in the South District the CC Weymouth 18 Hilly takes and gives in equal measure. 7 miles of gradually climbing 600ft is rewarded by losing all of that height with the next mile. Those who are brave enough to hang on to the Tri bars will see speeds in excess of 50mph. However don't be fooled as the hardest bit is yet to come. The climb of Lyon's Gate may only be 1.5 miles averaging 4.3% but the lower slopes suffer a bone shaking road surface sapping the legs of all energy leading on to the 8.4% last half mile. Once over the top though you are rewarded with flying a near constant gentle downhill for 8 miles all the way to the finish line, watching your average speed increase the whole way down you almost don't want the end to come.

The challenge of, and reward for, riding this course draws a few visitors too, like Dave Wood from Wyre Forrest who has been returning for a number of years determined to improve his times, which he did again this year going under 50 minutes for the first time.

On the night it was Stuart McPhail though who continued his impressive conversion to full on 'Tester' taking the win in 46:47, a great time for his first ride on this course. Steve Pink shaved a chunk off of his course best but couldn't quite match the young pretender coming in second with 46:56 and David Butt increased his stranglehold on the Vets points competition taking third in 47:48.

For any of you who are up for a different kind of TT the final running of this course for 2013 is on Saturday 21 September at 9:30, pop it in your diary and we will see you all there!


Full Results:

1. Stuart McPhail CC Weymouth 0:46:47
2. Steven Pink CC Weymouth 0:46:56
3. David Butt CC Weymouth 0:47:48
4. Kevin Holloway VC10 0:48:42
5. Dave Wood Wyre Forrest 0:49:54
6. Matt Merritt CC Weymouth 0:51:50
7. Chris Perham Day member 0:51:59
8. Chris Mullett Gillingham Wheelers 0:53:25
9. Julian Thacker VC St Raphael 0:53:32
10. Andrew Jackson CC Weymouth 0:54:20
11. Steve Trigwell CC Weymouth 0:56:25
12. Philip Clive CC Weymouth 0:59:04
13. Stuart Carrington CC Weymouth 1:04:13
14. Oliver Carrington CC Weymouth 1:06:13
Thanks to Steve Pink



Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers Club 10, 30/07/13


P311 Ringwood-Sopley
1 Ben Keightley BJW 22.25
2 Jon Clemas BJW 22.29
3 Will Soloman BJW 24.05
4 Danny French BJW 24.06
5 Rupert Silman BJW 24.11
6 Phil Meredith BJW 24.12
7 Mark Hitchcott BJW 24.17
8 Ivan Whitrhead BJW 24.37
9 Colin White BJW 24.49
9 Craig Harris BJW 24.49
11 Gary Sawtell BJW 24.55
12 Anja Heijnan BJW 25.17
13 Barrie Stevens BJW 27.05
14 Pete Trunwitt BJW 27.09
15 Steve Horton BJW 27.14
16 Alex Wareing BJW 29.20

Steve Moore Antelope 23.51
Colin Scott U/A 24.48
Dave Bates Spenn 25.21
Nick Baugniet Antelope 25.29


Bournemouth Arrow/Raymond Brown Track League 13


Gawain Bailey (Performance Cycles) convincingly won the Raymond Brown sponsored, Bournemouth Arrow track league as round 13 brought the league season to an end. Lechlade-based Bailey made the 200 mile round trip every week and deserved the lion’s share of the £700 prize pot. The fight for second place was a closer affair, the battle between Steve Moss & Dave Gilham (Bournemouth Arrow) going down to the wire, Moss eventually sneaking it.
Ellie Gilham (VC ST Raphael/Waites Contracts) won the ladies league, back in May Gilham looked comfortable, by July she was looking over her shoulder as Becky Raybould (Poole Wheelers) got closer and closer. Alex Jolliffe (Poole Wheelers) comfortably won the youth category; Brendan Drewett (Fareham Wh) may have pushed Jolliffe closer had he ridden more rounds. The two 15 year olds started in the B group but ended in the A group,” if you are good enough, you are old enough” On the final night Harrison Fielding (PETER HANSFORD RACING) showed what might have been, winning three races including the final 15km scratch race that saw him take 4 laps on the field. Fielding was forced to sit out the early rounds due to a knee injury.
Take nothing away from Bailey though, he was with Fielding taking 4 laps also and when he was not winning the 46 year old was always placing. “ It’s a 100 mile drive to get here and we arrive early so I can get on the track, I love riding this track, its brilliant. I have won Reading Track league in the past but I prefer this track, it is the right shape for the nationals and the world masters. I have promised the family a holiday so we are going to ride some mountains in France next week” said Bailey
EVENT 1,YOUTH,6 LAP SCRATCH
1, THANANA NEL (I-TEAM)
2, CHARLEY CALVERT (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
3, JAMIE HAYCOCK (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
EVENT 2 GROUP B 8 LAP SCRATCH
1, ALISTAIR FIELDING (PETER HANSFORD RACING)
2, CHRIS BRAIDEN (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
3, PAUL RICHARDSON (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
EVENT 3 GROUP A 8 LAP SCRATCH
1, HARRISON FIELDING (PETER HANSFORD RACING)
2, GAWAIN BAILEY (PERFORMANCE CYCLES)
3, ALEX JOLLIFFE (POOLE WH)
EVENT 4 YOUTH /WOMEN ELIMINATION RACE
1, CHARLEY CALVERT
2, THANANA NEL
3, JAMIE HAYCOCK

EVENT 5 A/B GROUP MASTERS ELIMINATION RACE
1, GAWAIN BAILEY
2, STEVE MOSS (BOURNEMOUTH ARROW)
3, ROLAND TILLEY (RIDEBIKE.CO.UK)
EVENT 6 A/B GROUP YOUNG BUCKS ELIMINATION RACE
1, HARRISON FIELDING
2, ALEX JOLLIFFE
3, ELLIE GILHAM (VC ST RAPHAEL)
EVENT 7 B/YOUTH WOMEN 6 LAP BLOCK HANDICAP
1, CHARLEY CALVERT
2, THANANA NEL
3, ELLIE GILHAM

EVENT 8 B/YOUTH 16 LAP POINTS RACE
1, ALISTAIR FIELDING 6PTS
2, PAUL RICHARDSON
3, DON O’CONNOR (BRERETON WHEELERS
EVENT 9 GROUP A 20 LAP POINTS RACE
1, GAWAIN BAILEY 11PTS
2, ALEX JOLLIFFE 7PTS
3, ROLAND TILLEY 1PT
EVENT 10 YOUTH 3 LAP HANDICAP SPRINT
1, LAUREN BISHOP (POOLE WH)
2, JAMIE HAYCOCK
3, THANANA NEL
EVENT 11 A/B 15 KM SCRATCH RACE
1, HARRISON FIELDING
2, GAWAIN BAILEY
3, ALEX JOLLIFFE
FULL RESULTS & FINAL LEAGUE TABLE HERE

Sunday, 28 July 2013

Gittings Provides Fitting Tribute to Jefferies!


Matt Gittings (AW CYCLES) won the feature race at the Rob Jefferies Memorial meet at Bournemouth track, chasing for 6 km to gain a lap. Organiser and close friend of Jefferies, Gordon Skillen said “Rob would have been proud of it, as a sprinter he would have hated the 25km race that bore his name but as a spectator he would have loved it” The 100 lap race started at a ferocious pace, there was no need to attack in the early stages, the sheer speed forcing selection. Vojtech Blazejovsky (Brixton Cycles) was the first to gain daylight. Taking advantage of a brief lull, Blazejovsky quickly gained half a lap and then worked hard for the other half.
Gittings responded to the move but seemed caught in no-man’s land. But with hands coiled over brake hoods that were not there, the national derny paced champion set about a 6km pursuit that would ultimately win him the race.
Maximillian Stedman (AW CYCLES) & Alex Wise (VC ST Raphael) gained a lap with 30 to go with Charles Rees (Team Tor 2000) marooned in the middle. James Connell (Brixton Cycles) & Graeme Lackford (Team Tor 2000) got free at 22km , Connell taking a couple of £10 primes, Jefferies was a member of the London club before moving to Dorset. Gittings was dominant throughout and will be back in Bournemouth to defend his Derny title in August. Promoted by Poole Wheelers, a full supporting programme saw a super afternoons racing. Blazejovsky impressed in a full on roadmans pursuit, holding nothing back as others may have done. Charlie Calvert bossed the youths racing but was undone by Rebecca Raybould in the devil after being taken up the banking; One for the girls! Brendan Drewett has looked good in the mid-week track league and lived on the front before winning the B group devil. Lewis Magnani took the Alan Spencer Memorial Devil wanting it more than Alex Wise. Drewett won the Eddie Beck 10 km B group point’s race. The fifteen year old always had more speed than Richard Davidson but Davidson showed he is not just a tester. Dark clouds were threatening for the last race but the wind that had plagued the riders all afternoon came to the rescue ensuring it did not rain on Gittings parade. The prize list ran deep, cash, wine, tea & cake for the winners and Lance Armstrong books for the losers, back to Skillen: “ We tried to put a bit of individual character on the event and I hope we achieved that”!
All Photos Copyright ©EAMONN DEANE

PROVISIONAL RESULTS
15 Lap Scratch Race YOUTH/WOMEN
1st 81 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood B
2nd 82 Niall Dawkins Hillingdon Slipstreamers B
3rd 68 Rebecca Raybould Poole Whls CC A
4th 66 Eve Jefferies Poole Whls CC B
5th 67 Adama Newlove Fareham Wheelers 4th
6th 63 Ashia Fenwick Poole Whls CC 4th
7th 64 Molly Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood B
8th 62 Lucy Edmunds Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood B
9th 61 Lauren Bishop Poole Whls CC 4th
10th 84 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood C
20 Lap Scratch Race B GROUP The Cycle Paths Bike Shop Warm Up
1st 32 James Brightwell Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
2nd 36 Daryl Price Poole Whls CC
3rd 40 John Hefferman New Forest CC
4th 34 Robert Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
5th 31 Chris Braiden Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
6th 37 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
7th 42 Richard Davidson Poole Wheelers
8th 38 Garth Rose Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
9th 35 Dan Lovett Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
10th 33 Rob Ellis VC St Raphael
DNF 41 Doug Conroy Redmon

20 Lap Scratch Race A GROUP The Change Partners Consultancy Race

1st 7 Vojtech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles
2nd 26 Louis Magnani Prestige Velo Club
3rd 25 Alex Minting Meon Vally
4th 1 John McClelland Prestige Velo Club
5th 6 Alex Peterson AW Cycles
6th 2 Martin Dawkins Team Quest - The Bike Shop
2000m Pursuit YOUTH BOYS
1st 81 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
2nd 82 Niall Dawkins Hillingdon Slipstreamers
3rd 84 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
2000m Pursuit WOMENS
1st 68 Rebecca Raybould Poole Whls CC A 03:00
2nd 66 Eve Jefferies Poole Whls CC B 03:03
3rd 62 Lucy Edmunds Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood B Caught
4th 63 Ashia Fenwick Poole Whls CC 4th Caught
5th 67 Adama Newlove Fareham Wheelers 4th Caught
6th 64 Molly Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
Caught
4000m Pursuit B GROUP
1st 36 Daryl Price Poole Whls CC 4th 05:43
2nd 37 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 3rd 05:49
3rd 32 James Brightwell Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th Caught
4th 31 Chris Braiden Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th Caught
5th 34 Robert Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th Caught
6th 40 John Hefferman New Forest CC 3rd Caught
4000m Pursuit A GROUP, The V-Sprint Wheels Roadman Pursuit
1st 7 Vojtech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles 2nd 05:16.4
2nd 25 Alex Minting Meon Vally 2nd 05:22.4
3rd 26 Louis Magnani Prestige Velo Club 3rd Caught
4th 2 Martin Dawkins Team Quest - The Bike Shop 2nd Caught
5th 1 John McClelland Prestige Velo Club Elite Caught
6th 6 Alex Peterson AW Cycles 1st Caught
Youth /Womens The Jurassic Cabs Devil
1st 68 Rebecca Raybould Poole Whls CC
2nd 81 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
3rd 66 Eve Jefferies Poole Whls CC
4th 62 Lucy Edmunds Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
5th 82 Niall Dawkins Hillingdon Slipstreamers
6th 67 Adama Newlove Fareham Wheelers
7th 61 Lauren Bishop Poole Whls CC
8th 84 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
9th 63 Ashia Fenwick Poole Whls CC
10th 64 Molly Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
Group B The Anglo-European Chiropractic College Devil
1st 24 Brendan Drewett Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
2nd 32 James Brightwell Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
3rd 42 Richard Davidson Poole Wheelers
4th 40 John Hefferman New Forest CC
5th 36 Daryl Price Poole Whls CC
6th 31 Chris Braiden Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
7th 39 Jake Thomas Bristol Cycling Development Squad
8th 37 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
9th 35 Dan Lovett Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
10th 38 Garth Rose Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
11th 33 Rob Ellis VC St Raphael
12th 34 Robert Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
13th 41 Doug Conroy Redmon CC
Group A The Alan Spencer Memorial Devil
1st 26 Louis Magnani Prestige Velo Club
2nd 3 Alex Wise VC St Raphael
3rd 4 Zak Loney Team LFH
4th 8 Iain Cook VC Londres
5th 1 John McClelland Prestige Velo Club
6th 14 Maximilian Stedman AW Cycles
7th 25 Alex Minting Meon Vally
8th 9 Harrison Fielding Peter Hansford Racing
9th 23 Matt Gittings AW Cycles
10th 2 Martin Dawkins Team Quest - The Bike Shop
11th 21 John Scripps VC Londres
12th 16 Max Brown Zappi's Cycling Club
13th 13 Charles Rees Team Tor 2000
14th 17 James Connell Brixton Cycles
15th 12 Gavin Mitchell Twickenham CC
16th 7 Vojtech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles
17th 22 William Clark Poole Whls CC
18th 15 Jamie Streather VC St Raphael
19th 11 Graeme Lackford Team Tor 2000
20th 5 Jason Streather VC St Raphael
21st 6 Alex Peterson AW Cycles
22nd 20 Glenn O'Brien CC Luton
20 Laps Points YOUTH/WOMEN
1st 81 Charley Calvert Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
2nd 82 Niall Dawkins Hillingdon Slipstreamers
3rd 68 Rebecca Raybould Poole Whls CC
4th 66 Eve Jefferies Poole Whls CC
5th 67 Adama Newlove Fareham Wheelers
6th 62 Lucy Edmunds Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
7th 64 Molly Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
8th 63 Ashia Fenwick Poole Whls CC
8th 84 Jamie Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood
8th 61 Lauren Bishop Poole Whls CC
Group B Eddie Beck Points 10Km
1st 24 Brendan Drewett Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club A 24
2nd 42 Richard Davidson Poole Wheelers 4th 11
3rd 37 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 3rd 11
4th 32 James Brightwell Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th 8
5th 34 Robert Haycock Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th 7
6th 40 John Hefferman New Forest CC 3rd 7
7th 31 Chris Braiden Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th
7th 35 Dan Lovett Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th
7th 41 Doug Conroy Redmon 3rd
7th 38 Garth Rose Bournemouth Arrow CC/Hotel Collingwood 4th
7th 39 Jake Thomas Bristol Cycling Development Squad 3rd
7th 33 Rob Ellis VC St Raphael 4th

Rob Jefferies Memorial 100 LAP POINTS RACE
1st 23 Matt Gittings AW Cycles 2nd 47PTS
2nd 14 Maximilian Stedman AW Cycles 2nd 25
3rd 7 Vojtech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles 2nd 25
4th 3 Alex Wise VC St Raphael 2nd 23
5th 9 Harrison Fielding Peter Hansford Racing 2nd 14
6th 1 John McClelland Prestige Velo Club Elite 14
7th 25 Alex Minting Meon Vally 2nd
7th 6 Alex Peterson AW Cycles 1st
7th 13 Charles Rees Team Tor 2000 2nd
7th 12 Gavin Mitchell Twickenham CC 2nd
7th 20 Glenn O'Brien CC Luton 3rd
7th 11 Graeme Lackford Team Tor 2000 2nd
7th 8 Iain Cook VC Londres 2nd
7th 17 James Connell Brixton Cycles 3rd
7th 15 Jamie Streather VC St Raphael 2nd
7th 5 Jason Streather VC St Raphael 1st
7th 21 John Scripps VC Londres 3rd
7th 26 Louis Magnani Prestige Velo Club 3rd
7th 2 Martin Dawkins Team Quest - The Bike Shop 2nd
7th 16 Max Brown Zappi's Cycling Club 3rd
7th 4 Zak Loney Team LFH 2nd
Rob Jefferies was tragically killed in May 2011, hit by a car while out training.