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Friday, 6 January 2017

Perfs Pedal Race, Entries Filling Up!


With just of two weeks to go to the closing date 79 entries have been reicieved, the race permit is for a field of 85 riders.... Reports Perfs Race Director, Mick Metcalf. Entries are open to all eligible riders until the closing date which is Sunday 22nd January 2017, after which the race organiser will select the race field from all of the entries received. Mick is keen to emphasise that the race is still open for entries as as it "is not being run on a "first come first served" basis."

Enter the 52nd Perfs Pedal race HERE
Notable entries so far include

Jacob Vaughan (VC Londres) - Current National Junior Road Race Champion
Justin Hoy (Nuun-Sigma Sport-London RT) - Previous winner in 2000
Steven Roach (Brother NRG Driveplan)

Entries have also been received from local Elite riders:
Oscar Hutchings (VC Equipe-Flix)
Benjamin Marks (Morvelo Basso RT)

And local team entries from
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VC Equipe-Flix
Latchem Sunwise Race Team
Nuun-Sigma Sport

Metcalf is also expecting to receive a 6 man team entry from the newly formed UCI Continental team of Bike Channel Canyon. Onepro Cycling, recently returned to UCI Continental status, could also use the race for early season form. Onepro dominated Perfs in 2015, with Pedal Heaven bossing the race last year before their demise and subsequent rebirth as Bikechannel Canyon.

The 46 mile road season opener on February 12th, will be run over 5 laps of the Portsdown Hill circuit before switching to the Newtown circuit and the final at One Hundred Acre wood. Maximum riders from teams will be 6. Race HQ will be at the D Day Memorial Hall, Priory Road, Southwick, Portsmouth, Hants, PO17 6ED
Entries close Sun, 22nd Jan 2017



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