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Wednesday, 30 October 2013

"One Day in Dorset" A 97 mile, National A Road Race!


“One Day in Dorset” A 97 Mile/150 km National A road race for Elite/1/2 category riders, supported by “Local Riders, Local Races” Dorset’s own cycling news site. Based at Milborne St Andrew, in the heart of rural Dorset, this new race on the calendar takes in Bulbarrow Hill above the picture postcard village of Milton Abbas. At 892ft the road across the top is the highest in the county, with the race route visiting the summit 9 times. The 5 mile drag up from Winterborne Whitechurch is never steep but, tackled twice will test the legs before a tough finale. A 9.6 mile finishing circuit will take the riders through Milton six times. The steep climb out of the village will see the strongest come to the front before the hilltop finish above the Blackmore Vale. The race date of Saturday May 24th 2014 is just four weeks before the National Road Race in Abergavenny and will be ideal preparation for the championship. “One Day in Dorset” has a minimum prize fund of £2000, entries will open 1ST January 2014.Full entry details HERE
A total of 8651 ft of climbing in 97 miles promises to make "One Day in Dorset" one of the toughest races on the domestic calendar in 2014. Bulbarrow Hill is well known to local riders, with at least ten different routes up, it is a favourite on club runs, charity rides & sportifs. "One Day in Dorset" will visit the summit nine times and whoever triumphs next May will know they have been in a race!

From the headquarters at Milborne St Andrew the course heads north-east on the A354.Taking the second left in Winterborne Whitechurch, the minor road is flat through the villages of Winterborne Clenston & Winterborne Stickland. One mile through Stickland, at Hedge End, a left turn starts the first climb of Bulbarrow, this three mile; “big ring” drag will do no more than offer good views as it gradually climbs the hill. Through the finish line for the first time at 9.9 miles, the descent to Ansty is uncomplicated; the left hand turn at the bottom will require attention though. A fast, rolling lane returns to Milborne and the A354. Again to Whitechurch but this time the first left at the Milton Arms starts a five mile ascent. The finger signpost at the public house says “6” but relax, it is only five. Like Hedge End, this long rise is never too steep with most staying in the 53 ring. However, the hill is exposed and if the wind blows, an attack on the steepest section above Milton Abbas could do some damage. The climb from Whitechurch is tackled twice before the race hits the six lap,9.6 mile finishing circuit. The historic village of Milton Abbas will provide the backdrop as the battle unfolds. Thirty six,identical, whitewashed thatched cottages stand to attention either side of the road, only a church, the old almshouses & the Hambro Arms interrupt the parade. The road rises through the village but it is only when the houses are behind that the tarmac starts to rear up. Under the trees is where it really hurts before emerging to meet the now familiar Whitechurch road, still three miles from the summit.
One Day in Dorset
24/05/14

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Winchester Criterium 2014


Following the success of the 2013 edition Winchester City council are seeking bids from organisers for 2014.
1.1 Introduction
Winchester City Council has established a standardised approach to the commissioning of services, projects and programmes. Whilst the Council has delivered work for many years through a variety of partner organisations, businesses and community groups, it now seeks to open up contractual opportunities more widely to encourage new approaches, efficiency and greater transparency of decision-making. More details HERE

This specification sets out the context, requirements and anticipated outcomes for the co-ordination of the Winchester Criterium 2014.

Winchester City Council aims to create a lasting legacy for the London 2012 Olympic Games locally by staging sporting events that help re-generate the community spirit that was witnessed in Winchester throughout the various events over the summer of 2012. Therefore, the core aim of this project is to engage the community as spectators, as active participants and as business partners in a large scale public event that will see a series of high speed cycle races which we anticipate taking place on Sunday 17 August 2014 from 2pm to 7pm. Building on the success of the 2013 event, a cycle fun day is to take place in the city centre earlier that day, specifically targeted to family audiences and for visitors/shoppers in the city centre.

As well as introducing dynamism to the city scape, this event will also underline the role of safe cycling as a fun, family friendly sport that is both environmentally friendly and healthy.

1.2 The Policy Context
The Winchester District Community Strategy (2010 to 2020) sets out three overarching outcome areas, in which the Council and its partner agencies are committed to delivering real change for local people. These are: Active Communities, Economic Prosperity and a High Quality Environment.

This commission is designed to support all three of these outcomes of the Community Strategy.

We intend to engage the community and encourage them to be active in and around the district; we are inviting businesses to support us as sponsors and ensuring a boost to city centre footfall throughout the day; and, in publicity and also during the Criterium, we will promote the benefits of cycling as an alternative to other forms of transport in terms of carbon emissions.

1.3 London 2012 and the Legacy
The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games brought sport and physical activity to the forefront for communities and provided a catalyst to engage with people locally and promote active and healthy lifestyles. Events are able to show the social and cultural elements as well the health benefits of sport. They also encourage and inspire people to be more active and remain in people’s minds and conversations for many years.

In Winchester, there was a very positive response to the programme of events linked to the Games, with an estimated participation of 80,000 overall. Large-scale events proved to be particularly popular, and there is a clear appetite for more of these in the coming years.


1.4 Project Aims
The aims of this event are to:
- encourage and increase cycling participation across the Winchester District.
- draw a large number of spectators to the event, to generate a vibrant atmosphere and create business opportunities for local retailers/pubs/eateries.
- engage with businesses to ensure that they both support and benefit from the opportunities presented.
- promote cycling opportunities across the Winchester District as part of our local leisure/tourism product.
- promote cycling as an alternative form of transport for e.g. commuting.

The project should support the Council’s aspiration to host high quality, well attended community events in future years, which is also reflected in the Winchester District Sport and Physical Activity Legacy Framework 2013-2018 as part of the Olympic Legacy.


2) The Commission
The Council seeks to commission an individual or an organisation to provide an effective project management and support service up to and including the period when the Winchester Criterium will take place.

The overall outcome of this commission is:

The delivery of a well-supported, well-managed and memorable cycling event which provides a wide range of economic, social and health benefits to the Winchester District.


2.1 Required Activities
In delivering the above outcome, the following core activities must be carried out by the commissioned organisation or individual:

a) Arrange and prepare a suitable course from both sporting and safety perspectives.
b) Facilitate the relationship between relevant agencies to create agreements central to the success of the event, such as any road closures needed for the race route.
c) Provide sufficient accommodation and facilities to cater for the volume of teams, media, officials and spectators visiting the area.


2.2 Required Documentation
As part of the overall delivery of the event, the commissioned organisation/individual will be expected develop the following documentation in close partnership with officers at Winchester City Council:
a) a comprehensive Event Management Plan which will meet the standards of the Winchester District Safety Advisory Group
b) a detailed and measurable marketing and communications plan
c) a financial plan detailing income and expenditure and an achievable sponsorship income target
d) monitoring and reporting system, including accurate financial monitoring

A full evaluation report will be required following the debrief meeting after the event.

2.3 Liaison with Major Stakeholders
It is the responsibility of the event organiser to engage fully with these stakeholders and ensure that their contribution is fully recognised in all marketing and publicity.

• Winchester City Council
• British Cycling
• Hampshire County Council
• Winchester Business Improvement District
• VC Venta Cycling Club
• Winchester Rotary

2.4 Performance Management
Winchester City Council will gauge the success of this project using the following performance measures:

Commission
Outcome The delivery of a well-supported, well-managed and memorable cycling event which provides a wide range of economic, social and health benefits to the Winchester District.

Performance Measures

(Targets to be agreed at inception) • Numbers of spectators / city centre footfall reports
• Numbers of participants
• Numbers of volunteer stewards
• Amount of sponsorship generated
• Feedback from public, business community, major stakeholders and participants
• Advertising equivalent value of PR achieved
• Adherence to the requirements of this brief
• Adherence to agreed protocols (For example Winchester City Council communications procedures)
• Level of sponsorship generated


2.5 Anticipated Characteristics of the Successful Bidder
Bids are invited from any individual or organisation in the private, public or voluntary sector with the appropriate expertise and capacity to deliver this event.

Whilst the Council has no preconceived view about the type of provider suitable for this commission, it does expect the successful bidder to have the knowledge, skills and capacity in some or all of the following areas:

o Extensive working knowledge of events management, including thorough understanding of health and safety and good practice
o Strong skills in communication, marketing, web site management and social media
o Excellent organisational/project management skills
o Track record of effective partnership working
o Proven experience in income generation via sponsorship or grants


2.5 Fee
The maximum fee for this commission is £10,000 (excluding VAT) for the period 1 December 2013 to 30 September 2014, payable against satisfactory proof of delivery against the agreed project plan and achievement of agreed levels against the above performance measures.

No additional funds will be available for travel or other expenses, unless the Council specifically chooses to fund goods or works that are deemed to be required to fulfil the brief effectively and which are agreed in writing in advance.

The event organiser will be expected to underwrite the event delivery costs, and to hold the necessary insurances/indemnities including £10m public liability.

2.6 Monitoring Arrangements
The successful event organiser will attend a monthly liaison meeting with the Council’s Head of Sports and Physical Activity, presenting a short monitoring report detailing main activities carried out and setting out performance in relation to the indicators detailed in this brief.

In addition, an end-of-contract evaluation report will be required to review the success of the commission.
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3) Making a Bid

3.1 Eligibility to Bid
This commission has been advertised on the South East Business Portal and via local and regional networks including the British Cycling website. Bids may be submitted by any organisation (private, public, voluntary sector) which considers itself able to fulfil the brief effectively or indeed by an individual on the same basis. Where individuals or organisations feel they would benefit from working together to provide the service, the Council will accept bids from a combination of partners. However, the contract will only be with one lead individual or organisation and this lead partner must be made clear in the submission.

3.2 Key Milestones

Activity Deadline/date

Submission of written bids 5pm on 10th November 2013
Evaluation panel meeting 15 November 2013
Interviews and Presentations 19 November 2014
Inception meeting 25 November
Contract starts 2 December 2013
Sponsorship secured 28 February 2014
Planned event date 17 August 2014, 2pm – 7pm
Contract finishes 30 September 2014

Please note these dates in your diary as they cannot be changed to accommodate individual bidders.

The evaluation panel will expect to meet those responsible for delivery the event at interview, and not other company/organisational representatives.

3.3 Content of a Bid
There is no set format for a bid, but you must include the following information:
• Full description of the organisation(s) including governance arrangements, or for individuals – a current CV
• For lead organisations, a copy of the most recent annual accounts, your latest management accounts and balance sheet
• A clear description not exceeding 3 A4 pages of how you propose to deliver the event, describing the expertise available for delivery (NB excessively long or jargon-ridden bids are likely to score lower than concise and well presented bids)
• A general statement explaining how you meet the evaluation criteria for the commission set out below
• Two referees for work of a comparable nature


3.4 Evaluation Process and Criteria
All bids will be evaluated in the following sequence:
• Preliminary assessment against evaluation criteria by Head of Sport and Physical Activity to eliminate bids which do not meet the criteria
• Short listing by a panel including representatives of Winchester City Council and British Cycling.
• Due diligence checks on shortlisted organisations
• Presentations by up to three individuals/organisations to the panel

The evaluation criteria which will be applied to all bids are as follows:

a) Ability and capacity of the bidder(s) to deliver the event, based on
• approach to service delivery, including customer focus
• relevant skills and experience
• response to this brief, and to the commissioning approach more broadly
(maximum 50 marks)

b) Capacity of the bidder(s) to deliver the project within the timescale set
(maximum 10 marks)

c) Stability and reliability of bidder (eg track record, financial status)
(maximum 20 marks)

d) Value for money of the bid (e.g. day rates, proposed enhancements to main project, access to additional funding, local knowledge)
(maximum 20 marks)


3.5 Contracting Arrangements
Following the selection of the preferred bidder, a follow-up meeting may be arranged for further information or clarification. Assuming this is satisfactory, there will be discussion of the final performance indicator set which will form the basis of monthly monitoring arrangements.

A service order will then be issued, and must be accepted within two weeks in order for the contract to begin on 2nd December 2013. Please note that it can take up to two weeks to set up a new supplier on the City Council’s system, and a further week for a first invoice to be processed.

Payment for this work will be in stages, including 50% in December 2013 and the final 50% on delivery of the evaluation report in September 2014. The remaining tranches can be paid according to the needs of the project plan.

4) Deadline
Please submit your bid electronically by 5pm on Sunday 10th November 2013 to:
Amanda Ford
Head of Sport and Physical Activity
Winchester City Council

At aford@winchester.gov.uk

For an informal discussion about the commission, contact Amanda Ford, Head of Sport and Physical Activity on 01962 848 274 or email aford@winchester.gov.uk


Tour De France : Parcours 2014



Tour De France 2014


Stage 1 – 191 km – Leeds / Harrogate
Stage 2 – 198 km – York / Sheffield
Stage 3 – 159 km – Cambridge / Londres
Stage 4 – 164 km – Le Touquet-Paris-Plage / Lille
Stage 5 – 156 km – Ypres / Arenberg Porte du Hainaut
Stage 6 – 194 km – Arras / Reims
Stage 7 – 233 km – Épernay / Nancy
Stage 8 – 161 km – Tomblaine / Gérardmer La Mauselaine
Stage 9 – 166 km – Gérardmer / Mulhouse
Stage 10 – 161 km – Mulhouse / La Planche des Belles Filles

Rest day Besançon

Stage 11 – 186 km – Besançon / Oyonnax
Stage 12 – 183 km – Bourg-en-Bresse / Saint-Étienne
Stage 13 – 200 km – Saint-Étienne / Chamrousse
Stage 14 – 177 km – Grenoble / Risoul
Stage 15 – 222 km – Tallard / Nîmes

Rest day Carcassonne

Stage 16 – 237 km – Carcassonne / Bagnères-de-Luchon
Stage 17 – 125 km – Saint-Gaudens / Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet
Stage 181 – 45 km – Pau / Hautacam
Stage 19 – 208 km – Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour / Bergerac
Stage 20 – 54 km – Bergerac / Périgueux
Stage 21 – 136 km – Évry / Paris Champs-Élysées

Total: 3,656 kms

Monday, 21 October 2013

Bournemouth Track League Association: Meeting Friday 15th November!

MEETING THIS FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER, CANFORD SCHOOL

Adam D’Arcy-Wkyes is the new promoter for next years league but it is intended to run the League as the Bournemouth Track League Association representing all the local clubs in the area and therefore owned by all the clubs and riders in the area.
The league will move from Tuesday to Friday evenings so as not to interfere with any of the existing local races during the week.
Currently it is planned to start on Friday 2nd May and run to Friday 29th August.
All local club members are urged to play a part in the association whether it be riders or volunteers to help out with the jobs on the night so that the league can become a success for local cycling in general.
To that end, Wykes is organising a meeting to discuss the league, get feedback and to elect a committee for the association.
Officials to be elected will be a chairman, secretary and a treasurer.
“It would be nice if these posts were filled by people from different clubs so to get an even balance. I would like all local clubs to please canvas their members to see who would be interested in coming along and whether anyone would be interested in jobs in the association or committee and let me know what sort of numbers to expect. The more the merrier!” says Wkkes
The meeting is to be held at:
Canford Sports Centre
Canford School
Wimborne
Dorset
BH21 3AD
Friday 15th November at 7:30pm.


For volunteers and committee nominees or indeed any further questions contact Adam on adam.wykes@btinternet.com

Marguerite Wilson (Bournemouth Arrow) Information Needed!


Photo - 1938 Bournemouth Arrow CC Woman`s team - Miss D. Emery, Miss Marguerite Wilson, Miss Edith Baldry.


William Wilson of CC Weymouth is currently writing a book about the life and sporting career of Marguerite Wilson. She rode for Bournemouth Arrow between 1934 and 1938 before becoming the first Professional woman cyclist in the UK; She was a prolific record breaker. William is particularly keen to hear from any of Marguerites club-mates who could give a first-hand account of the era. William accepts this is a bit of a long-shot as any club mates will be well into their nineties by now! If you are interested in learning more about Marguerite Wilson, she has a Wikipedia page. There is Pathe Newsreel clip - go to Pathe Library and search for `Airways Girl`. --- Any information will be gratefully received - William Wilson (CC Weymouth). drwgwilson@aol.com


Sunday, 20 October 2013

Inter Club Hill Climb:Weymouth Win on Whiteway, Keightley King of the Hill!


Five years ago the Dorset hill climb scene was facing redundancy, the EDCA open event had long since disappeared, club climbs were struggling to attract fields of double figures and the Bournemouth Arrow had given up altogether. The decision to form the inter-club series was obvious but still a master stroke. The emphasis on team competition with clubs mustering their troops via website forums and social media, coupled with all riders scoring points has made this end of term “dust up” the ideal lead into the social season. The increase in riders has brought the supporters out as well, with a great atmosphere created on the slopes, if not quite challenging the classics. CC Weymouth cannot produce an individual winner of the series but their ability to get riders out each week saw them take the team title for the fourth consecutive year. Lewis Keightley (BJW) took the honours at the final event on Whiteway Hill, powering up the longest climb in the 4 race series in a course record 06:41. Keightley started the series riding for the non-affiliated, Primera team before switching to Bournemouth Jubilee, despite his three victories only on Whiteway did he score points leaving him way down in the final standings. Should the 22 year old, who also won on Kingston & Creech, decide to race the road “seriously” next season he could do well, the question mark hangs over his head not his legs: Does he want it enough?
Simon McLaughlin (BJW) chased his new teammate up the saturated slopes but was 17 Seconds adrift in second place. Work commitments for Dr McLaughlin limit his racing opportunities but he seems to find form for the hills, winning the individual title for the third consecutive year.
Fighting his bike all the way up,Gary Dighton (PW) showed his versatility taking third, a week after riding the team pursuit at the world masters track championship. Starting just outside the village of East Lulworth, the 2.2 mile climb hugs the northern aspect of the hill overlooking the army tank ranges. A right hander on the steepest section breaks the rhythm, before a left hander stretches up to the finish, way above the lost wartime village of Tyneham on the Jurassic coast. Fifty one riders started the final race in the series, to the envy of more than a few open events. Sign on the line, rock up & race is what people want, no doubt about it.
The series is by no means perfect, Bournemouth Jubilee need to come to the party, Bournemouth Arrow need to reclaim “their” race and all need to make the trip to Portland.

Whiteway Hill lies in the army ranges in Dorset, regular firing takes place often leaving ordnance on the climb!
PROVISIONAL RESULTS
1, LEWIS KEIGHTLEY (BJW) 6:41:7
2, SIMON MCLAUGHLIN (BJW) 6:58:5
3, GARY DIGHTON (PW) 7:03:5
4, BOB RICHARDSON (BACC) 7:11:6
5, JAMES HORTON (PW) 7:19:6
6, GREGG PARKER (CCW) 7:20:9
7, DEAN CRICHEL (CCW) 7:34:6
8, DARREN MATTHEWS (CCW) 7:34:7
9, RYAN WESTON (PW) 7:35: 5
10, JOHN CHAPMAN (CCW) 7:35:8
11, STEVE PINK (CCW) 7:39:2
12, WAYNE PITMAN (PW) 7:41:2
13, BEN KEIGHTLEY (BJW) 7:52:3
14, PAT DUNN (CCW) 8:01:01
15, MARTIN ROWLAND (PW) 8:06:2
16, PAUL JONES (PW) 8:06:9
17, TIM FLYNN (PW) 8:09:05
18, SAM WADSLEY (PW) J 8:11:9
19, REUBEN MOSS (CCW) 8:14:4
20, BRYCE RIGLAR (CCW) 8:15:2
21, JON O’BRIEN (BJW) 8:17:4
22, JOHN VINSON (PW) 8:18:8
23, MARK VALENTINE 8:20:8
24, PETER BELL (PW) 8:32:2
25, GORDON SCOTT (CH&DISTWH) 8:52:9
26, DAVE GARDNER (PW) 8:57:2
27, LEE MARSDEN (PW) 9:05:2
28, SARAH MORTIMER (CCW) L 9:11:7
29, WILLIAM WILSON (CCW) 9:11:9
30, ANDREW PRESTON (CCW) 9:16:3
31, ANDREW JACKSON (CCW) 9:21:6
32, STEVE TRIGWELL (CCW) 9:23;0
33, JEREMY GUY (CCW) 9:36:4
34, CHARMAINE WALBY (CCW) L 9:44:4
35, GEOFF HORSEMAN (WRC) 9:52:3
36, CRAIG WESTON (PW) 9:54:0
37, HOWARD PANKHURST (PW) 9:54:1
38, PETE GROUNDS (PW) 9:57:7
39, LES PICK (PW) 10:00:6
40, LUKE DIGHTON (PW) J 10:01:4
41, EINAR THORSEN (PW) 10:04:4
42, REECE MARSDEN (PW) 10:06:3
43, PHILLIP CLIVE (CCW) 10:13:00
44, STEVE BARRAT (CCW) 10:19:2
45, PHIL HARVEY (BJW) 10:28:4
46, BRIAN SANDS (CCW) 10:43:0
47, ED WILSON (CCW) 11:02:8
48, HARRY PITMAN (PW) 11:20:0
49, RICHARD GOULD (CCW) 11:37:1
50, STUART CARRINGTON 11:37:8
51, LES JESSOP (PW) 12:40:4

Final Standings
1 Simon McLaughlin BJW 199
2 Ryan Weston PWH 183
3 John Chapman CCW 182
4 Steven Pink CCW 170
5 James Horton PWH 144
6 John O'Brien BJW 143
7 Greg Parker CCW 138
8 Sam Wadsley PWH 137
9 Darren Matthews CCW 131
10 Paddy Dunn CCW 120
11 John Vinson PWH 116
12 Martin Rowland PWH 110
13 Craig Weston PWH 107
14 Will Wilson CCW 104
15 Eve Jeffries PWH 93
16 Bob Richardson BAC 92
16 Dave Gardner PWH 92
18 Rupert Silman BJW 81
19 Reuben Moss CCW 77
20 Andrew Jackson CCW 76
21 James Wakefield BACC 72
22 Steven Pye BJW 68
22 Bryce Riglar CCW 68
24 Andrew Preston CCW 63
25 Luke Dighton PWH 61
26 Charley Calvert BACC 60
26 Philip Clive CCW 60
28 Jamie Haycock BACC 58
28 Rowan Scully BACC 58
30 Les Pick PWH 56
31 Charmaine Walby CCW 51
32 Lewis Keightley BJW 50
33 Brandon King CCW 49
34 Gary Dighton PWH 48
35 Tom Stocker BJW 47
36 Dave Hicks BJW 46
36 Brian Sands CCW 46
36 Jeremy Guy CCW 46
39 Jeff Horseman WRC 45
40 Lee Marsden PWH 45
41 Dean Critchel CCW 44
41 Alex Jolliffe PWH 44
43 Colin Deuchers CCW 42
44 Will Clark PWH 40
45 Ian Roe CCW 39
45 Wayne Pitman PWH 39
47 Craig Harris BJW 38
47 Ben Keightley BJW 38
49 Steve Trigwell CCW 38
50 Ed Wilson CCW 37
51 Paul Jones PWH 35
52 John Terry PWH 34
52 John Rivett PWH 34
52 Tim Flynn PWH 34
55 James Margary 32
55 Matt Merritt CCW 32
57 Heidi Gould d CCW 31
58 Molly Haycock BACC 29
58 Howard Pankhurst PWH 29
60 Will Soloman BJW 28
60 Mark Valentine PWH 28
62 Peter Bell PWH 27
63 Oliver Carrington CCW 26
64 Matt Child PWH 25
65 Simon ??? CCW 24
65 Sarah Mortimer CCW 24
67 Gavin Relph CCW 23
68 Richard Gould CCW 23
69 Martyn Fisher BJW 22
70 Scott Warren BACC 19
71 Lucy Wakefield BACC 16
72 Les Jessop PWH 15
73 Pete Grounds PWH 14
74 Einar Thorsen PWH 11
75 Joe Withnall CCW 10
75 Reece Marsden PWH 10
77 Lucy Edmunds BACC 9
78 Steve Barrat CCW 8
79 Phil Harvey BJW 7
80 Harry Pitman PWH 4
81 Stuart Carrington CCW 2
82 John Pennington VELO S 0
82 Dave Pennington VELO S 0
82 Wayne Roberts U/A 0
82 David Avenell U/A 0
82 Ian Manley U/A 0
82 Jordan Frampton U/A 0
82 Geoff Peerless U/A 0
82 Simon Willats U/A 0
82 Maggie Maundsell U/A 0
82 Pete Warner U/A 0
82 Dan Haskins MSG 0
82 Stu Pearson MSG 0
82 Harrison Fielding HANS 0
82 Alistair Fielding HANS 0
82 Paul Mace H WYC 0
82 Gordon Scott Chip&Dist 0
82 Justin Loveland CATI 0
Team Standings
CCW 1816
PWH 1590
BJW 767
BACC 413
WRC 45

Friday, 18 October 2013

STOLEN BIKE


Stolen Bike
Message from Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers stalwart, Bob Wareing
Sorry to report that someone broke into our garage / storeroom and stole my GIANT TCR3 road bike. It was the standard factory version with Shimano 105 gearing (10 speed) but the front wheel was a Campag Vento. New value is about £2050. Colour White, size 55cm. Fitted with two rear lights and a computer. The left bar tape is coming away from the central seal. The tyres are green /black by Vittoria. There is also a pump and tool bag.

Affectionately known as "Ballbearing" Bob is well into his 70s and despite undergoing heart surgery some years ago still regularly gets out into the lanes to relive his racing days. He is already missing his bike so any info gratefully recieved by BJW or "LR,LR"

Thursday, 17 October 2013

London Velodrome Accreditation Courses


Pete & Legro’s Fast Track accreditation course
From your very first time on a track bike to riding your first race
We are offering a 3 weekend course in January-February-May


• A fast track service for accreditation for the London Velodrome
• When you pass your accreditation, you are eligible to ride on the London, Newport and Glasgow velodromes
• Following official guidelines to develop you to a recognised standard
• Working at your pace, covering all aspects of track cycling
• Hire bike available

Newport velodrome is a 250 metre wooden track used by team GB for their Olympic holding camps.


Option 1 - For novice riders with limited or no track experience. We will take you from getting on the track for the very first time to being race ready.

Option 2 - For riders with outdoor experience but limited or no indoor experience. This group will progress more quickly and when comfortable at the required standard, we will be flexible in adding training exercises, mock races etc,

Option 3 - For riders with large amounts of indoor experience. You will be able to attend just the final assessment weekend. Riders are eligible for this option at our discretion.


We expect a large number of enquires please contact us immediately for a booking form
to avoid disappointment

Email to dlgmastercoach@googlemail.com

or call

David Le Grys 07930 648469
Pete Mitchell 07735 081033

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

The Bournemouth Track League: All Change for 2014!


Changes are underway for the Bournemouth Track league next year, overseen by new league promoter Adam D’Arcy-Wykes. Building on the success of the Bournemouth Arrow promoted league of the last two seasons, the new BOURNEMOUTH TRACK LEAGUE will be run by the Bournemouth track league association. Local clubs, including Poole Wheelers, CC Weymouth, New Forest CC , Bournemouth Jubilee & Bournemouth Arrow will be invited to form the new association and contribute to the effective running of the league. Wykes is keen to hear from potential sponsors for the league that will move to Friday evenings for 2014. ”I am looking for sponsors, possibly for each category, for example The NAME… A League, The NAME… B League, The NAME… Ladies League etc and maybe have a leader’s jersey for each category, maybe a team competition also” He told “LR,LR”. Further details including racing dates for 2014 will follow in due course.

Time Trialling:Parker to Ride for VC St Raphael in 2014!


Greg Parker will race for VC ST Raphael/Waites Contracts next season. Riding for CC Weymouth, Parker had a succsessful season in 2013, winning 3 open events, ten top three places and the overall points competition in the South District. Parker commented,"I am thrilled to be invited to ride for VC St Raphael next year! A great team with a long history and motivation for me to train even harder this winter” That winter work will start in November with a "shed load of turbo work" starting in January. Targets next year will include South District Events and National Championships.

How the British came to Rule the Cycling World, Chris Sidwells Talk!


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Monday, 14 October 2013

Bournemouth Arrow/Jubilee Reliabilty Trials in November


A couple of 50 mile reliability trials to get the winter season underway, all welcome!
Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers
Sunday November 3rd 2013
50 Miles in 4 Hours, sign on & ride between 8:30-9:30
HQ Merley Community Centre, Harrier Drive, Merley, BH21 1XE (Parking, Toilets & refreshments availlable).
Members £1 other riders are required to become associate members of the club, (insurance purposes), cost is £5 to include all four BJW reliability trials. Course on Website also availlable on day.

Bournemouth Arrow Cycling Club/Hotel Collingwood

Sunday November 10th 2013

50 Miles in 3 ½ Hours Reliability Trial
(33 mile option within 50 Route)

HQ : Bisterne Village Hall, on B3347(south of Ringwood)

First Group Start : 9.00am ( No of groups to be arranged on day)

Cost: £2 Per Rider

Full Route Instructions And Map on
BACC Website: (also available on day)

Food and Drink Available at HQ after ride



Friday, 11 October 2013

Downton Classic Two Day, Full Results


1 Steve Whitewick Velo Refinded.co.uk C 2.18.04
2 Harry Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing M1 2.18.45
3 Gary Allan G.A.Cycles C 2.19.26
4 Simon Barnes G.A.Cycles B 2.20.27
5 Oli Emmans Antelope Racing Team B 2.21.20
6 Rowan Horner V.C. St. Raphael M2 2.21.29
7 Tony Kiss Stratford C.C. M1 2.21.53
8 Henry Nixon Southampton Uni. R.C. Sen. 2.22.02
9 Ray Claridge G.A.Cycles A 2.22.16
10 Bryce Dyer V.C. St. Raphael M2 2.22.28
11 Martin Millington Stratford C.C. M2 2.22.39
12 Colin Dixon Portsdown Hill C.C. A 2.22.40
13 Steve Wood Antelope Racing Team C 2.22.54
14 Charlie Leech Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 2.23.04
15 Ed Leeming Portsdown Hill C.C. Esp. 2.23.12
16 Hugo Walters New Forest C.C. Jun. 2.23.19
17 James Champken V.C.Venta Esp. 2.24.26
18 Maxwell Yates Stratford C.C. A 2.24.28
19 Jon Dudley Sotonia C.C. C 2.24.50
20 Thomas Key Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 2.24.58
21 David Lugton Portsdown Hill R.C. M1 2.25.23
22 Robert Abbey Hemel Hempstead M2 2.25.34
23 Stewart Ward Ful-On-Tri M1 2.25.47
24 Bryce Riglar C.C.Weymouth Esp. 2.26.01
25 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing M2 2.27.11
26 Michael Cooke Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 2.26.18
27 Stuart Peckham New Forest C.C. A 2.26.21
28 Matthew Heathcote JMJ Cycles M2 2.26.28
29 Andrew Lockwood Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 2.26.32
30 Simon Wegerif Velo Refinded.co.uk B 2.26.35
31 Sam Dorkings Didcot Phoenix Esp. 2.26.41
32 Roy Jones V.C. Montpellier A 2.26.52
33 James Chant Off Camber A 2.26.57
34 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 2.26.58
35 Steve Howat Stratford C.C. A 2.27.15
36 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow Sen. 2.28.11
37 Chris Martin Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 2.28.35
38 Barnaby Cox Gillingham & District Jun. 2.29.01
39 Rob Ellis V.C. St. Raphael A 2.29.38
40 Richard Burch Sotonia C.C. B 2.30.04
41 James Peckham Sotonia C.C. Sen. 2.30.58
42 Dan Moore Take 2 R.T. M1 2.31.10
43 Toby Hood Bournemouth Jubilee M1 2.31.34
44 Kevin Smith Mapperly C.C. B 2.31.39
45 Dave (Gary) White Lookalike C.C. B 2.32.17
46 Keith Walton Stratford C.C. E 2.33.33
47 Christopher Brooks Southampton Uni. R.C. M1 2.34.09
48 Michael Horsman Gloucester City C.C. C 2.35.07
49 Thomas Bandy Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 2.35.58
50 Stephen Eggleton Stratford C.C. M1 2.42.36
51 Emma Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing L 2.42.47
52 Nick Williams New Forest C.C. C 2.44.03
53 Chris Mullett Gillingham & District Sen. 2.47.43
54 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood C.C. D 3.02.21


PROLOGUE RESULT 2013
Pos RIDER CLUB CAT TIME
1 Tony Kiss Stratford C.C. M1 4.01
2 Henry Nixon Southampton Uni. R.C. Sen. 4.06
3= Bryce Dyer V.C. St. Raphael M2 4.12
3= Rowan Horner V.C. St. Raphael M2 4.12
5= Thomas Key Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 4.13
5= Harry Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing M1 4.13
7 James Champken V.C. Venta Esp. 4.14
8 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing M2 4.16
9 Andrew Bryson Peter Hansford Racing M1 4.17
10= Oli Emmans Antelope Racing Team B 4.22
10= Charlie Leech Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 4.22
12= Andrew Lockwood Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 4.25
12= Barnaby Cox Gillingham & District Jun. 4.25
14 Pete Beiby UK Biking M1 4.27
15= Steve Whitewick Velo Refined.co.uk C 4.29
15= Colin Dixon Portsdown Hill C.C. A 4.29
17 Michael Cooke Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 4.31
18 Hugo Walters New Forest C.C. Jun. 4.33
19 Stewart Ward Ful-On-Tri M1 4.34
20 Christopher Brook Southampton Uni. R.C. M1 4.37
21= James Peckham Sotonia C.C. Sen. 4.38
21= Stuart Peckham New Forest C.C. A 4.38
23 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow Sen. 4.39
24= Ray Claridge G.A.Cycles A 4.40
24= Bryce Riglar C.C. Weymouth Esp. 4.40
26 David Lugton Portsdown Hill C.C. M1 4.42
27= Robert Abbey Hemel Hempstead M2 4.44
27= Matthew Heathcote JMJ Cycles M2 4.44
29= Martin Millington Stratford C.C. M2 4.46
29= Ed Leeming Portsdown Hill C.C. Esp. 4.46
31 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 4.47
32 Gary Allan G.A. Cycles C 4.49
33 Simon Barnes G.A. Cycles B 4.50
34 Steve Wood Antelope Racing Team C 4.53
35= Kevin Smith Mapperly C.C. B 4.54
35= Steve Howat Stratford C.C. A 4.54
37 Maxwell Yates Stratford C.C. A 4.57
38 Richard Burch Sotonia C.C. B 5.00
39 Dave (Gary) White Lookalike C.C. B 5.02
40= Chris Martin Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 5.04
40= Simon Wegerif Velo Refined.co.uk B 5.04
42 Sam Dorkings Didcot Phoenix Esp. 5.05
43 Roy Jones V.C. Montpellier A 5.07
44 Stephen Eggleton Stratford C.C. M1 5.15
45 Rob Ellis V.C. St. Raphael A 5.16
46 Keith Walton Stratford C.C. E 5.17
47= Toby Hood Bournemouth Jubilee M1 5.18
47= Thomas Bandy Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 5.18
49 Nick Williams New Forest C.C. C 5.19
50 James Chant Off Camber A 5.20
51= Daniel Moore Take 2 R.T. M1 5.21
51= Emma Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing L 5.21
53 Jon Dudley Sotonia C.C. C 5.25
54 Christopher Mullett Gillingham & District Sen. 5.40
55 Michael Horsman Gloucester City C.C. C 5.45
56 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood C.C. D 5.49
DNS 1. 38. 45. 53.

HANDICAP ROAD RACE RESULTS 2013
Pos RIDER CLUB CAT TIME
1 Matthew Heathcote JMJ Cycles M2 1.17.01
2 Dave (Gary) White Lookalike C.C. B @ st
3 Martin Millington Stratford C.C. M2 @ st
4 Gary Allan G.A. Cycles C @ st
5 James Chant Off Camber A @ st
6 Steve Wood Antelope Racing Team C @ st
7 Simon Barnes G.A. Cycles B @ st
8 Maxwell Yates Stratford C.C. A @ st
9 Richard Burch Sotonia C.C. B @ st
10 Steve Howat Stratford C.C. A @ st
11 Sam Dorkings Didcot Phoenix C.C. Esp. @ st
12 Ed Leeming Portsdown Hill C.C. Esp. @ st
13 Simon Wegerif Velo Refined.co.uk B @ st
14 Robert Abbey Hemel Hempstead M2 @ st
15 Roy Jones V.C. Montpellier A @ st
16 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. @ st
17 David Lugton Portsdown Hill C.C. M1 @ st
18 Chris Martin Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. @ st
19 Jon Dudley Sotonia C.C. C @ 29sec
20 Dan Moore Take 2 R.T. M1 @ 48sec
21 Michael Horsman Gloucester City C.C. C @ st
22 Keith Walton Stratford C.C. E @ 2.08
23 Barnaby Cox Gillingham & District Jun. @ 3.05
24 Andrew Lockwood Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. @ st
25 Colin Dixon Portsdown Hill C.C. A @ st
26 Michael Cooke Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. @ st
27 Charlie Leech Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. @ st
28 James Peckham Sotonia C.C. Sen. @ st
29 Pete Beiby UK-Biking M1 @ st
30 Stewart Ward Ful-On Tri M1 @ st
31 Hugo Walters New Forest C.C. Jun. @ st
32 Oli Emmans Antelope Racing Team A @ st
33 Ray Claridge G.A. Cycles A @ st
34 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow Sen. @ st
35 Stuart Peckham New Forest C.C. A @ st
36 Bryce Riglar C.C. Weymouth Esp. @ st
37 Steve Whitewick Velo Refined.co.uk C @ st
38 Rob Ellis V.C. St. Raphael A @ 3.44
39 Toby Hood Bournemouth Jubilee M1 @ 3.55
40 Tony Kiss Stratford C.C. M1 @ 4.45
41 James Champken V.C. Venta Esp. @ 4.52
42 Rowan Horner V.C. St. Raphael M2 @ 4.57
43 Henry Nixon Southampton Uni. R.C. Sen. @ st
44 Harry Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing M1 @ st
45 Andrew Bryson Peter Hansford Racing M1 @ st
46 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing M2 @ st
47 Bryce Dyer V.C. St. Raphael M2 @ st
48 Thomas Key Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. @ st
49 Emma Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing L @ st
50 Kevin Smith Mapperly C.C. B @ 7.31
51 Stephen Eggleton Stratford C.C. M1 @ st
52 Christopher Brooks Southampton Uni. R.C. M1 @ 8.37
53 Thomas Bandy Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. @ 8.43
54 Nick Williams New Forest C.C. C @ 10.19
55 Chris Mullett Gillingham & District Sen. @ 15.58
56 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood C.C. D @ 20.10


STAGE 3 TIME TRAIL
Pos RIDER CLUB CAT TIME
1 Harry Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing M1 52.25
2 Steve Whitewick Velo Refined.co.uk C 53.20
3 Rowan Horner V.C. St. Raphael M2 55.10
4 Henry Nixon Southampton Uni. R.C. Sen. 55.49
5 Tony Kiss Stratford C.C. M1 55.57
6 Bryce Dyer V.C. St. Raphael M2 56.09
7 Oli Emmans Antelope Racing Team B 56.43
8 Ray Claridge G.A. Cycles A 57.21
9 Gary Allan G.A. Cycles B 57.27
10 Colin Dixon Portsdown Hill C.C. A 57.56
11 James Champken V.C. Venta Esp. 58.10
12= Charlie Leech Southampton Uni. R. C. Esp. 58.27
12= Simon Barnes G.A. Cycles B 58.27
14 Hugo Walters New Forest C.C. Jun. 58.31
15 Thomas Key Southampton Uni. R. C. Esp. 58.38
16 Martin Millington Stratford C.C. M2 1.00.43
17 Brook Elgie Peter Hansford Racing M2 1.00.48
18 Steve Wood Antelope Racing Team C 1.00.51
19 Stewart Ward Ful-on-Tri M1 1.00.58
20 Bryce Riglar C.C. Weymouth Esp. 1.01.06
21 Ed Leeming Portsdown Hill C.C. Esp. 1.01.16
22 Stuart Peckham New Forest C.C. A 1.01.28
23 Michael Cooke Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 1.01.32
24 Jon Dudley Sotonia C.C. C 1.01.46
25 Andrew Lockwood Southampton Uni. R.C. Esp. 1.01.52
26 Kevin Smith Mapperly C.C. B 1.02.04
27 Maxwell Yates Stratford C.C. A 1.02.21
28 Paul Richardson Bournemouth Arrow Sen. 1.03.17
29 Rob Ellis V.C. St. Raphael A 1.03.28
30 David Lugton Portsdown Hill C.C. M1 1.03.31
31 Robert Abbey Hemel Hempstead M2 1.03.40
32 Christopher Brooks Southampton Uni. R.C. M1 1.03.45
33 Barnaby Cox Gillingham & District Jun. 1.04.21
34 Simon Wegerif Velo Refined.co.uk B 1.04.21
35 Sam Dorkings Didcot Phoenix C.C. Esp. 1.04.26
36 James Chant Off Camber A 1.04.27
37 Matthew Heathcote JMJ Cycles M2 1.04.34
38 Roy Jones V.C. Montpellier A 1.04.35
39 Thomas Bandy Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 1.04.47
40 James Fulcher Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 1.05.01
41= Toby Hood Bournemouth Jubilee M1 1.05.11
41= Steve Howat Stratford C.C. A 1.05.11
43 James Peckham Sotonia C.C. Sen. 1.06.05
44 Chris Martin Portsdown Hill C.C. Sen. 1.06.21
45 Daniel Moore Take 2 R.T. M1 1.07.51
46 Richard Burch Sotonia C.C. B 1.07.54
47 Chris Mullett Gillingham & District Sen. 1.08.55
48 Keith Walton Stratford C.C. E 1.08.58
49 Dave (Gary) White Lookalike C.C. B 1.10.05
50 Nick Williams New Forest C.C. C 1.11.15
51 Michael Horsman Gloucester City C.C. C 1.11.24
52 Stephen Eggleton Stratford C.C. M1 1.12.35
53 Emma Bulstrode Peter Hansford Racing L 1.15.19
54 John Sanchez-Bisson Crabwood C.C. D 1.19.12

World Masters Gold: Storeys Reinvention!


Former Bournemouth Jubilee Wheeler, Barney Storey, won the 35-39, 3KM Individual Pursuit at the World Masters track championships in Manchester. Better known as a sprinter and Paralympic tandem pilot, Storey proved he has staying power as well, as he reinvents himself after leaving the Paralympic programme earlier this year. Speaking after wife Sarah had presented him with his first solo rainbow jersey Barney said
“It’s a really satisfying result to win the pursuit. It’s a new challenge, swapping from sprint to endurance events and one I am enjoying. It will take another year before the changes take the biggest effect. But the early signs are encouraging and my ability to back up in tough conditions proves I am responding well to the changes. Monday (14th) is a very exciting day as we are announcing a new elite womens cycling team. We are delighted with the riders we have been able to select and are fortunate to be backed by the UKs biggest cycling equipment distributor, Exciting times!"
Barney is team manager for the Madison Boot out Breast Cancer Team, formally launched on Monday 14th October.
Sarah, Barney & baby Louisa. Photo: velouk
Final Result
1. STOREY Barney GBR 3:32.855
2. MEIDHOF Jason USA 3:33.701
3. STUART Andy GBR 3:33.637
4. CHARRUAU Mathieu CAN 3:34.209

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

New Forest News, Whitewick Wins Downton 2 Day!


TOTTON’S Steve Whitewick (VeloRefined/Aerosmiths) took top honours in the Downton Two-Day Classic at the weekend, while New Forest CC’s 16-year-old Hugo Walters took the junior award in 16th place overall.
This year's running of the Downton-based road race organised by Antelope Racing Team’s Glenn Longland saw Whitewick take the win for the second time in three years (writes Patrick Walters).
Around 60 riders had signed up for the popular race which involves a 2.4km prologue time trial up Wick Hill followed by a 47km handicap road race around Fritham, Brook, Landford and Woodfalls on Saturday.
The following day the race concluded with a 37km hilly time trial south along the A338, east on open Forest roads to Red Shoot, Ocknell Plain and Roger Penny Way before turning back to Woodfalls.
New Forest Cycling Club was represented by Stuart Peckham, Stewart Ward, young Walters and Nick Williams.
Good performances in the prologue saw Peckham, Walters and Ward starting the road race four and eight minutes behind earlier groups and four minutes ahead of the scratch group.
Despite their best efforts neither the scratch group nor the NFCC group were able to catch the early starters.
The road race was won by Matthew Heathcote (JMJ Cycles) three minutes ahead of the NFCC group with the scratch group a further two minutes down the road.
The generous handicapping set up an interesting time trial the following day with the top riders needing to overturn several minutes’ deficit to have a chance of a podium place.
Walters posted an excellent 58:31 (14th place), Stewart Ward 1:00:58 (19th), Stuart Peckham 1:01:28 (22nd) and Nick Williams 1:11:15 (50th). Time trial winner was Harry Bulstrode (Peter Hansford Racing) in 52:25, with Whitewick in second place with 53:26.
Whitewick's better time in the previous day's road race meant that he took the overall win by 35 seconds from Bulstrode. Gary Allan (GA Cycles) filled the remaining podium place.
NFCC's top placed overall was Hugo Walters (16th), the race's only junior entrant. With his clubmates “The Forest” took 4th place in the team competition.
Other Southampton area placings: 4, Simon Barnes (GA Cycles); 5, Oli Emmans (TLI); 8, Henry Nixon (Soton Uni RC); 9, Ray Claridge (GA Cycles); 13, Steve Wood (TLI); 14, Charlie Leech (Soton Uni);19, Jon Dudley (Sotonia CC); 20, Thomas Key (Soton Uni); 28, Andrew Lockwood (Soton Uni); 39, Rob Ellis (VC St Raphael); 40, Richard Burch (Sotonia); 41, James Peckham (Sotonia); 47, Christopher Brooks (Soton Uni); 48, Michael Horsman (TLI), 54, John Sanchez-Bissen (Crabwood CC).

Sunday, 6 October 2013

Dighton & Icke Second in Johnny Helms


Terry Icke & Gary Dighton take 2nd at the Jonny Helms/Warrington Road Club invitational event in Manchester
1 Warren Gell & Paul Shallicker coveryourcar.co.uk RT/coveryourcar.co.uk RT 00:45:53
2 Gary Dighton & Terry Icke Poole Wheelers/Poole Wheelers 00:46:01
3 Tim Smith & Phil Rayner Welland Valley CC/Welland Valley CC 00:46:21
4 Alistair Rutherford & Jimmy Rutherford Wills Wheels/Onimpex-Bio Racer 00:47:25
5 Nathan Turnbull & Mark Turnbull Leigh Premier RC/Leigh Premier RC 00:48:22
6 Phil Pearce & Chris Quin coveryourcar.co.ukRT/Macclesfield Wheelers 00:48:25
7 Steve Burke & Roger Wrenn Macclesfield Wheelers/Macclesfield Wheelers 00:48:31
8 Charles Taylor & Dave Bates South Pennine RC/South Pennine RC 00:48:32
9 Richard Handley & Tony Woodcock Rahpa Condor JLT/Kingsnorth Int. Wheelers 00:48:37
10 Barry Charlton & Les West Lyme RC/GS Strada 00:48:49
11 Marcin Bialoblocki & David Baronowski Warrington RC (Hon Member)/Middridge CRT 00:49:01
12 Andy Wilkinson & Jill Wilkinson Port Sunlight Wheelers/Port Sunlight Wheelers 00:49:46
13 Phil Guy & Tim Rex North Shropshire Wheelers/North Shropshire Wheelers 00:50:45
14 Andrew Eagers & Derrick Woodings Derby Mercury CC/Team Jewson MI Racing 00:51:00
15 Thomas Bracegirdle & Jocky Johnstone Bike Treks- Racing Team/Warrington RC (Hon Member) 00:51:42
16 Dane Walker & Ewart Howkins Weaver valley CC/Weaver valley CC 00:51:49
17 Neil Swithenbank & Dave Grogan ABC Centreville/ABC Centreville 00:52:00
18 Arthur Wynstanley & John Woodburn Liverpool Phoenix CC/VC Meudon 00:52:42
19 Dan Snape & Steve Stoddart Seamons CC/Seamons CC 00:52:51
20 John Cosgrove & Sean Fawcett Onimpex-Bio Racer/Liverpool Century 00:53:15
21 Trevor Horton & Steve Daintith Warrington RC/Warrington RC 00:53:28
22 Carl Ruebotham & Derek Hodgins Team Swift/Stockport Clarion CC 00:53:28
23 Jack Wright & MIchael Wright Middridge CRT/Middridge CRT 00:53:39
24 Paul Whittall & Ernie Lightfoot coveryourcar.co.ukRT/VC Halton 00:53:44
25 Tim Hastie & Mick Ives Team Jewson MI Racing/Team Jewson MI Racing 00:53:47
26 Robin Brennan & Alan Mellor Preston CC/Warrington RC (Hon Member) 00:54:05
27 Carl Johnston & Neil Burnett Warrington RC/Trafford RC 00:54:10
28 Steve Hankey & Darren Topping Warrington RC/Trafford RC 00:54:35
29 Steve Fidler & Dave Hinde Dave Hinde Racing/Dave Hinde Racing 00:55:02
30 Simon Bridge & Ruth Taylor Manchester Wheelers/Manchester Wheelers 00:55:52
31 Joe Earley & Martin Earley Warrington RC (Hon Member)/Warrington RC (Hon Member)
32 Dave Fearon & Caroline Fearon Weaver Valley CC/Weaver Valley CC 00:56:21
33 Joseph Robinson & Phil Fern Cheshire Roads Club/Cheshire Roads Club 00:57:14
34 Frank Lyon & John Akins Liverpool Mercury/Liverpool Mercury 01:00:51
35 Dennis Hornby & Alan Shuttleworth Weaver Valley CC/Altrincham RC 01:01:07
36 Simon Norwood & Tony Hewson Hereford Triathlon/Warrington RC (Hon Member) 01:02:09
37 Sam Smith & Peter Mathew East Lancs RC/East Lancs RC 01:04:02

1001 Geoff Dutton & Keith Boardman Warrington RC (Hon Member)/Kingswood Int. Wheelers
DNF
1002 George Douglas Coghlan & Phil Robinson Janus RC/Janus Rc DNF
1003 James Chaimberlain & Oliver Johnstone Cyclesport International RT/Cyclesport International RT
DNF

Keightley Conquers Creech!


Lewis Keightley (Primera) took his second win in the inter club hill climb series, storming up Creech hill in 2:22:4, no one can remember anyone going quicker*. Keightley, who won on Kingston in round 1 made the steep, wooded slopes of the Purbeck climb look easy, even accelerating on the most brutal part of the accent. Simon McLaughlin (BJW) is no fan of Creech, preferring the longer, Portland or Whiteway climbs. However the Jubilee man got stuck in, taking maximum points again with a gutsy ride that was three seconds too quick for the smother looking James Horton (Poole Wheelers).
CC Weymouth once again packed the field on a warm, still Autumn morning that was made for bike riding. The pleasant weather also got the fans out, with plenty of encouragement being offered as the climb ramped up. The West Dorset club look good to retain their team title going into the final round on Whiteway Hill in two weeks time. Poole Wheelers were also out in force, showing their support for club member Jon Terry who was seriously injured after being hit by a car on Thursday last week.*Poole Wheelers President, Colin Price stii talks about a 2:14 he did on a cold day back in 1971.
RESULTS
Lewis Keightley Primera 2m22.4
1 Simon McLaughlin BJW 2m27.2
2 James Horton Poole Wheelers 2m30.1
3 John Chapman CC Weymouth 2m41.3
4 Darren Matthews CC Weymouth 2m42.6
5 Ryan Weston Poole Wheelers 2m45.6
6 Bob Richardson BACC 2m46.2
7 John Vinson Poole Wheelers 2m46.6
8 Reuben Moss CC Weymouth 2m48.5
9 Steve Pink CC Weymouth 2m50.5
Peter Warner Primera 2m52.4
Peter Bell Primera 3m02.4
10 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth 3m03.2
11 John O'Brien BJW 3m07.0
12 Martin Rowland Poole Wheelers 3m09.6
Paul Mace High Wycombe 3m12.9
13 Charlie Calvert BACC 3m13.6
14 Dave Gardner Poole Wheelers 3m16.0
15 Sam Wadsley Poole Wheelers 3m20.3
16 Rowan Scully BACC 3m21.3
17 Steve Pye BJW 3m22.4
18 Craig Weston Poole Wheelers 3m24.6
19 Jamie Haycock BACC 3m29.7
20 Eve Jefferies Poole Wheelers 3m37.4
21 William Wilson CC Weymouth 3m42.9
22 Geoff Horseman Wessex RC 3m46.3
23 Jeremy Guy CC Weymouth 3m48.5
24 Les Pick Poole Wheelers 3m51.7
25 Andrew Preston CC Weymouth 3m51.9
26 Einar Thorsen Poole Wheelers 3m55.2
27 Howard Pankhurst Poole Wheelers 3m57.9
28 Philip Clive CC Weymouth 4m02.6
29 Luke Dighton Poole Wheelers 4m03.8
30 Lee Marsden Poole Wheelers 4m05.5
31 Heidi Gould CC Weymouth 4m06.3
32 Steve Trigwell CC Weymouth 4m23.9
33 Holly Haycock BACC 4m25.5
34 Lucy Wakefield BACC 4m42.1
35 Brian Sands CC Weymouth 4m47.7
36 Maggie Maundrell Primera 5m01.1
37 Les Jessop Poole Wheelers 6m17.6
38 Richard Gould CC Weymouth 6m25.7