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Sunday, 21 October 2018

Dorset Hill Climb Series Results






Dorset Inter-club Hill Climb series.

After the poor weather cancelled last weekends BJW Hill climb, we were treated to a clement warm and virtually wind free Sunday for the last of the Inter-club of the year. Due to the season only three of the five climbs were contested which made the results much closer for the last event. Pride was all to play for with the top three riders all ready and present as well as the club competition was still to be decided. It was the Purbeck Peloton home race so they showed up in numbers with a good overall turn out of 34 riders.

Whiteway is the longest climb in the series making it more appealing for the pure time trialists. Last years series winner Lewis Keightley (Primera) did not disappoint on his only outing and managed to set a very fast time on the gentle slopes of the first mile with an effort that proved untouchable for John Cooper (MSG) and James Horton (VstR). A strong turn out for the BJW and ccW also had several of their riders in the top ten. Thanks to Rob Koppenhol

1 Lewis Keightley Primera 6:56.1
2 John Coopermsg 7:12.7
3 James Horton vcsr 7:22.6
4 Tom Stocker bjw 7:36.5
5 Tim Flynn pw 7:52.0
6 Bob Richardson bjw 7:58.8
7 Will Baker pp 8:03.5
8 Bryce Riglar ccw 8:12.8
9 John Chapman ccw 8:15.1
10 Mark Singleton pp 8:15.5
11 Darren Orchard msg 8:20.5
12 Mark Simpson pp 8:29.2
13 Rob Koppenhol pp 8:32.5
14 Graham Biles msg 8:37.1
15 John Williams pp 8:44.6
16 Paul Axon pw 8:49.6
17 Rich Blanchard pp 8:52.6
18 Gareth Manning wrc 8:55.1
19 Steve Gordon pp 8:59.8
20 Toby Manning msg 9:10.4
21 John O'Brien bjw 9:28.5
22 Jeremy Munday pp 9:33.3
23 Hugh Lane pp 9:41.3
24 Emily Hingston pp 9:59.0
25 John Garner pp 10:05.1
26 Alan Dickinson pp 10:08.8
27 Louise Taylor ccw 10:22.2
28 Sarah Wise ccw 10:32.5
29 Barry Fry pp 10:54.7
30 Joe Edwards pp 11:26.0
31 Ben Baker pp 11:46.3
32 Alison Milmer pp 12:51.9
33 Eddy Milmer pp 14:28.6
James third place was enough to win the series followed by the consistent performances of Will Baker (PP) and John Chapman (cc Weymouth).

Name HC 1 HC 2 HC 3 Total
James Horton 75 74 73 222
Will Baker 74 70 69 213
John Chapman 71 71 67 209
Mark Singleton 72 67 66 205
Bryce Riglar 67 69 68 204
Mark Simpson 73 65 64 202
Rob Koppenhol 70 62 63 195
Paul Axon 66 60 60 186
Steve Gordon 64 58 57 179
Emily Hingston 62 57 52 171
John Cooper 0 75 74 149
John Williams 0 66 61 127
Darren Orchard 0 61 65 126
John O'Brien 63 0 55 118
Sarah Wise 0 55 48 103
Lewis Keightley 0 0 75 75
Martin Mitchel 0 72 0 72
Jon Stocker 0 0 72 72
Jim Flynn 0 0 71 71
Bob Richardson 0 0 70 70
Patrick Dunn 69 0 0 69
Colin Brumble 68 0 0 68
Noah Miller 0 68 0 68
Dan Murphy 65 0 0 65
Sam Wardsley 0 64 0 64
Jon Piloni 0 63 0 63
Graham Biles 0 0 62 62
Greg Parker 0 59 0 59
Rich Blanchard 0 0 59 59
Gareth Manning 0 0 58 58
Oliver Pettifer 0 56 0 56
Toby Manning 0 0 56 56
Digby Llewelyn 0 54 0 54
Jeremy Munday 0 0 54 54
Brian Sands 0 53 0 53
Hugh Lane 0 0 53 53
John Garner 0 0 51 51
Alan Dickinson 0 0 50 50
Louise Taylor 0 0 49 49
Barry Fry 0 0 47 47
Joe Edwards 0 0 46 46
Ben Baker 0 0 45 45
Alison Milmer 0 0 44 44
Eddy Milmer 0 0 43 43
The Inter-club competition was decided by the high turn out of the Purbeck Peloton who managed to have 17 riders at the start and now have their second title to show for it.

HC 1 HC2 HC3 Total
pp 415 445 924 1784
ccw 340 379 232 951
pw 66 238 131 435
bjw 63 63 197 323


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