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Saturday, 23 March 2019

Welburn Leads Sandison 2 Day


Alex Welburn leads the Sandison 2 Day race in Dorset after two time trials on Day 1. Jack English won the opening Hill Climb prologue at Pimperne , his 2:13 just 1 second faster than Welburn. Welburn won the afternoon 10 mile test clocking 23:43 with English slipping to 5th place with 24:20. Sundays 55 mile road stage on the Hilly Bryanstone circuit will decide the overall.

Top 10 after Stage 2

1 Alexander Welburn Trainsharp 25.57

2 Christopher Owram PDQ Cycle Coaching 26.15

3 Jack Rebours HJL 26 25

4 Jack English Team Estera 26.33

5 Adam Toole VC Equipe 26.52

6 Archie Cross Team B38 27.01

7 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 27.01

8 Andrew Whittemore Exeter Wh27.01

9 Jon Woolrich VC Jersey 27.03

10 Thomas Whatley

Friday, 22 March 2019

Ovo Energy Tour of Britain Announce Cornwall Depart in 2020


Cornwall will host the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time ever in September 2020, with the Grand Depart of next year’s race seeing riders travel 170 kilometres through the Cornish countryside, starting at Penzance and ending in Bodmin.

The stage’s provisional route (subject to final approval) will also visit St Just, St Ives, Hayle, Camborne, Pool, Redruth, Falmouth, Penryn, Truro, St Austell and the Eden Project.

An agreement to hold the race was confirmed at a special signing ceremony with the Tour of Britain organiser SweetSpot and Cornwall Council at Chy Trevail in Bodmin on Friday.

Reaction
Mick Bennett, Tour of Britain Race Director, said: “We are today delighted to be formally agreeing the Grand Depart of the 2020 Tour of Britain in Cornwall and look forward to bringing the race to the county for the very first time in September next year.

“A lot of hard work over a sustained period has gone into today’s news, which we know will excite sports fans in Cornwall and across Britain.

“Working with Cornwall Council, British Cycling, the UCI and partners we look forward to making Cornwall the destination to be next September to see the world’s best.”

Jonathan Rigby, Commercial Director from British Cycling, added: “The OVO Energy Tour of Britain goes from strength to strength each year and has captured the hearts of minds of the nation to become a staple of the British sporting calendar.

“From diehard cycling fans clamouring to line the country’s roads to see the world’s best go wheel-to-wheel roadside, to those new to our fantastic sport watching from home on television, this race transcends the ordinary. All eyes will firmly be on Cornwall next September as the county welcomes the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time in its history.”

Tour of Britain Cornwall
Penzance will host the start of the 2020 Tour of Britain. [Photo: John Such]

Councillor Adam Paynter, leader of Cornwall Council, said: “This is fantastic news for Cornwall, not just for cycling fans, but for the wider community as well.
“It will bring visitors into the Duchy, not only along the cycle route, but across the rest of the Duchy and it will also help to enhance our profile both at home and abroad.

“We will also work to ensure we create a long-lasting legacy from the event by raising the profile of cycling in Cornwall and motivating more people to get on two wheels and lead healthier, more active lives.”

Dave Potter, Chair of the Cornwall Tour of Britain Stage Working Group, added: “I am absolutely delighted to be part of a team that has worked for over two years to bring to Cornwall in 2020, a stage of the Tour of Britain. It is a fantastic opportunity to present to the World, the landscape and culture of Cornwall.

“Hosting this premier sporting event also enables the generation of economic activity, promotion of healthy living and cycle tourism in Cornwall. But above all, it will hopefully act as an inspiration to young people that anything is possible and nothing is out of reach.”


Facts and figures
The race will give a massive boost to Cornwall’s economy. Independent economic reports estimate that the race will generate over £3 million of extra spending within Cornwall over the stage and it is hoped that around 180,000 people will line the roads to watch.

Next year’s Tour of Britain stage will be the biggest ever sporting event to be hosted in Cornwall. The Tour of Britain is British Cycling’s premier road cycling event and the most prestigious race in Britain, and is shown live on ITV4 and Eurosport as well as being broadcast in 190 countries worldwide.

A total of 120 riders take part in the Tour of Britain and by hosting the first stage of the race in 2020, it will give opportunity for the public in Cornwall to see the world’s best cyclists in action.

The Tour of Britain stage in Cornwall will also present an opportunity for national and local businesses to sponsor the event.

Details of the route for the 2019 OVO Energy Tour of Britain in September will be announced in the late spring at the event’s National Launch. Further details of the Cornish stage of the 2020 race will be announced in the autumn.

Sunday, 17 March 2019

Sotonia CC Club 25, 17/03/19, Results


Fourteen riders took part on a largely bright but very breezy day on the P166 at Beaulieu which made the finishing times look ‘old fashioned’! However, it was quite close for the podium positions:

1. Brook Elgie, Sotonia CC 1.5.45
2. Patrick Stumpf, Sotonia CC 1.5.56
3. Phil Wilks, Sotonia CC 1.6.17
4. Rick Evans, RC Ravenna 1.9.26
5. Evan Jardine-Skinner, Sotonia CC 1.9.31
6. Jon Dudley, Sotonia CC 1.11.38
7. Steve Reed, Sotonia CC 1.14.56
8. Nigel Sign, Fareham Wheelers CC 1.16.21
9. Vytas Jakimavicilis, Southampton Tri Club 1.16.55
10. Bruno Soriano, Sotonia CC 1.17.52
11. Mark Gardiner, Sotonia CC 1.19.26
12. Alan Doney, Portsmouth Triathletes 1.21.21
13. Charlotte Keeler, Sotonia CC 1.28.57
14. Paul Whitaker, Sotonia CC 1.32.45

Thanks to Jon Dudley for organising, Timekeepers Norman Harvey and Mary Corbett. Graham Harman, Jon Legg and Julian Gee were on marshaling duty.

Thanks to Julian Gee for the results.

Bournemouth Jubilee Wh Club 10, 17/03/19, Results



Sunday 17/03/19 p472 Furzehill
Cliff Rowe 00:24:51 BJW
Phillip Scriven 00:26:32 BJW
Rupert Silman 00:26:47 BJW 48
Martin Reeder 00:28:22 BJW 47
Timekeepers - Kev Ridge & Bob Richardson
Recorder - Jacky Prosser
Marshalls - John O'Brian & Clive Peskett
Pusher - Chris Simpson

Poole Wheelers Club 10/20, 17/03/19 Results


17 March 2019 Poole Wheelers P459/10/20

20 mile 2-up TT
1 Luke Rendell/Michael Gregory 48:54 Poole Wheelers
2 Ian Dryden/Scott Delahunty 53:54 Poole Wheelers
3 Jon Terry/Denzil Hunt 55:16 Poole Wheelers
4 Paul Furey/Matt Laishley 57:57 Poole Wheelers
5 Izzy Hamilton/Katherine Kimber 58:54 Poole Wheelers
20 mile solo TT
1 Mark Hardwicke 56:05 Bournemouth aRROW
10 mile solo TT
1 Mike Williams 24:26 Poole Wheelers
2 Darryl Tidd 27:03 Poole Wheelers
3 James Chant 27:12 Yeovil CC
4 Nigel Rendell 27:13 Poole Wheelers
5 Willy Stocks 30:33 Poole Wheelers
6 Tim Shepherd 32:29 Poole Wheelers
7 Maria Nunez 32:35 Poole Wheelers
10 mile 2-up TT
1 Sam Wadsley/Martin Rowland 22:52 Primera
2 Andrew Hill/Steve Morphew Poole Wheelers 24:14
3 Ryan Weston/Peter Lynk 24:31 Poole Wheelers
4 Simon Lock/Phillip Dixon 24:53 Poole Wheelers
5 Olly Pettifer/Simon Pettifer 25:51 Poole Wheelers
6 Craig Weston/Gary Trudgett 26:02 Poole Wheelers
7 Conal Lou-Grier/Stephen Pratley 26:56 VCStR/PNECC
8 Holly Ramsey/Stuart Ramsey 28:12 Poole Wheelers
9 Howard Pankhurst/Ben Salvia 28:28 Poole Wheelers
10 Ellie Rendell/Anna Hutchings 30:56 Poole Wheelers
11 Michelle Knight/Penny Atkin 31:14 Purbeck Peloton
12 Pete Grounds/Les Jessop 31:26 Purbeck Peloton
13 Allison Milmer/Eddie Milmer 43:20 Purbeck Peloton
Thanks to Luke Rendall

Tarmey Wins Tornado Ten, Report/Results


Nick Tarmey (VC Venta) secured his first Open victory, winning the Tornado CRT sporting 10 at Bransgore on Sunday. The only rider inside 23 minutes, the 41 year old from Winchester clocked 22:34, for a 41 second winning margin on a bright blustery morning. Matthew Buckley (Andover Wheelers, 23:15 took second spot ahead of Paul Lockyer (New Forest CC), with Kirsty McSeveney (...a3crg) reliably winning the womens award in 27:22.
In the more closely contested Road Bike event, the always competitive James Horton (VC St Raphael) was 7 seconds too fast for Dave Dent (GS Stella), 24:29, with Neil Mackley (...a3crg) a further 2 seconds back in third place, Michelle Walter (Bournemouth Arrow CC) was fastest women in 32:02.
The two lap, P337 course has a little bit of everything, a keen cross/headwind across the old Holmsley Aerodrome forcing the riders to concentrate before the fast but rough descent of Thorney Hill. Despite these attractions and their biggest field to date the Tornado club have decided not to use the circuit again, a busy entrance to a caravan site, one of the deciding factors.

Nick Tarmey
“It’s my first Open win, I have been time trialling with the club for 5 years now. This year I really wanted to do sporting events, there should be more to the sport than just seeking out really fast courses and conditions. Go Fast or Win? I would rather win, exactly. I love a sporting course like this where it’s about how you ride the course and the conditions on the day. A lot of seconds to be gained or lost on the corners and how you pace it on the rolling sections, I am sure there are guys here that are stronger than me but I think I rode the course better on the day”
Race Organiser, Adrian Watkins
"Very relieved that the weather turned in our favour, and I'm glad I did the tidy up of the course. I'm not that fast on a bike, but I can certainly do some hi tempo brush work *:))Can you please pass on my thanks to all the riders who supported this event and gave us the biggest field in our clubs history! Everyone seemed to have enjoyed themselves, and I think quite a few bacon baps got downed with gusto so I think that was a hit! We are not a big club as you know, but we are lucky to have such a good bunch to help with the marshalling and the nitty gritty aspects of promoting events."

Over the last few years it has been like a family reunion with many returning year after year to ride this event. The interest in the Spring Cup Road Bike competition bought in some new faces, with many of the main contenders hungry for points so the inevitable shoot out between Dave Dent and Neil Mackley was so close yet again. Fantastic rides by James Horton to take the win in the road bikes, and Nick Tarmey in the TT bikes.

Full Results
1 JAMES HORTON VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL MS 35 24.21
2 DAVE DENT GS STELLA MV 55 24.29
3 NEIL MACKLEY …a3crg MV 55 24.31
4 MITCHELL WEBBER ANDOVER WHEELERS CC MS 23 25.09
5 THOM HAYWARD VELO CLUB VENTA MS 32 25.21
6 BRYCE DYER AEROCOACH MV 43 25.30
7 JAMIE FRANKLIN VELO CLUB VENTA MS 35 25.36
8 HARRY LOADER TEAM BOTTRILL MS 23 25.38
9 JAMIE WHITCHER BOURNEMOUTH CYCLEWORKS-VITEC FIRE-TREK M JUVENILE 14 25.45
10 MATT HARRIS …a3crg MS 36 25.48
11 RICHARD PORTER CC WEYMOUTH MV 46 25.57
12 JEREMY HUBBARD HARGROVES CYCLES CC MS 27 26.01
13 ANDY SELF NORTH HAMPSHIRE RC MV 56 26.18
14 DAVID WEST SALISBURY ROAD AND MOUNTAIN CC MV 48 26.45
15 CHRIS WILSON BOURNEMOUTH CYCLEWORKS-VITEC FIRE-TREK MS 32 26.52
16 NEIL ADLEM ANDOVER WHEELERS CC MV 40 26.54
17 RICHARD WYETH TORNADO RCC MV 44 27.18
18 DREW HOSIE …a3crg MV 55 27.37
19 STEPHEN SKINNER VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL MV 62 27.54
20 TONY HAMILTON SALISBURY ROAD AND MOUNTAIN CC MV 45 28.36
21 PETE WILSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC MV 66 28.41
22 STUART THOMPSON VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL MV 44 28.58
23 GARY CHIVERTON BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS MV 57 29.22
=24 JAMES HORAN SOUTHDOWN BIKES/CASCO PET MV 49 29.26
=24 JERRY BROMYARD …a3crg MV 64 29.26
26 MIKE GARNER …a3crg MV 65 30.04
27 MIKE ANDERSON CLUB CYCLISTE MONCONTOURALS MV 60 30.17
28 HUGH JOHNSON CHARLOTTEVILLE CC M ESPOIR 18 30.22
29 IAN HAYDEN TORNADO RCC MV 54 30.52
30 ADRIAN WATKINS TORNADO RCC MV 51 31.25
31 MICHELLE WALTER BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC FV 58 32.02
32 GUY CHAPPELLE …a3crg MV 46 32.06
33 PHIL MORRIS FAREHAM WHEELERS CC MV 60 45.15
COLIN MOONEY PORTSDOWN HILL CC MV 43 DNS
MATTHEW GALANTE VELO CLUB VENTA MS 34 DNS
PHIL WILKS SOTONIA CC MS 36 DNS
TT BIKE EVENT
1 NICK TARMEY VELO CLUB VENTA MV 40 22.34
2 MATTHEW BUCKLEY ANDOVER WHEELERS CC MS 26 23.15
3 PAUL LOCKYER NEW FOREST CC MS 33 23.33
4 SIMON BEROGNA VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL MV 45 23.35
5 JAMES FOX VELO CLUB VENTA MS 36 23.56
6 JULIAN LOCKWOOD PRIMERA TEAMJOBS MV 53 24.02
7 MARK VALENTINE POOLE WHEELERS MV 43 24.40
8 THOMAS PILONI BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS MS 32 24.49
9 TOM STOCKER BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS MS 29 24.50
10 MICHAEL NAULLS VELO CLUB VENTA MV 48 26.11
11 STUART PECKHAM NEW FOREST CC MV 48 26.20
12 KIRSTY MCSEVENEY …a3crg FS 38 27.22
13 MARTIN BEALE VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL MV 46 28.48
14 LIZZY STOCKER IRIS RACE TEAM FS 30 29.07
15 RICHARD SMITH VELO CLUB VENTA MV 48 29.44

1 Nick Tarmey (VC Venta) 22.34
2 Matthew Buckley (Andover Wh) 23.15
3 Paul Lockyer (New Forset CC) 23.33
4 Simon Berogna (VC St Raphael ) 23.35

Road Bikes
1 James Horton (VC St Raphael) 24.21
2 Dave Dent (GS Stella) 24.29
3 Neil Mackley (...a3crg) 24.31
4 Mitch Webber (Andover Wh) 25.09
5 Thomas Hayward (VC Venta) 25.21

Thursday, 14 March 2019

Pinarello at Primera Demo Day!


New for 2019 Primera have Pinarello at there local demo day. The 2019 Demo Day will feature have all the toys from the mountain bike world with the addition of the phenomenal gents from Pinarello.

They will be bringing along their all new gravel machine the Grevil and also some beautiful Dogma F10’s for you to ride. The numbers will be limited and it is run on a first come first serve basis.
This is the first ever UK Pinarello demo day and Primera are exited to share these bikes with you. It is a very very rare opportunity to get out on the bike’s and experience the world that Pinarello can offer.

Also on the day Pinarello ambassador Glourious cc will be talking you through the range. You will have both road and gravel routes available to you on the day to test these bikes on the best roads and terrain that the UK has to offer.

If you would like any more information please give us a call on 01202 775588 or info@primera-sports.com
If you want to register you interest please sign up HERE!

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 2 Day: Entries Open!


Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers promote there 2 Day stage race over the weekend 18th/19th May. Open to 2nd & 3rd category riders, the 76 mile race comprises a Prologue Hill Climb a9.6 mile time trial followed by a 56 mile road stage.
Day 1 is based at the Reef Youth & Community Centre, Colehill, Nr Wimborne Minster and will involve two time trial stages: Stage 1 which is a 1km prologue/hill climb and Stage 2 is a 10 mile time trial, based upon the P472c time trial course at Furzehill, Wimborne.
Both time trials will be ridden on road bikes. No time trial bikes or aero bars will be allowed, nor will disc wheels.
Time bonuses will be awarded for 'Primes' on the road race stage and for top 3 placings on all three stages.
Stage 3 is based at Wool, nr Wareham in Dorset. This is a 56 mile road race on the hilly Lulworth Circuit. This is a 5.6 mile circuit and will be covered 10 times.
All three stages are on the same routes as last year
(Subject to risk assessment the road stage may use the bigger (10 mile) Lulworth circuit)
2018 Results
Prologue Hill Climb 1km
George Skinner (Norwood Paragon) 1:46:01
9.6 Mile Time Trial
Tom Temple (Primera-Teamjobs) 20:41
56 Mile Road Stage
Luke Barfoot (Tri UK) 2:20:30
Overall
Luke Barfoot
Online entry HERE

Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Sigma Sports Classic, Wessex Road Club Hilly 24, Start List


Sunday 24th March:Wessex Road Club host the opening round of the Sigma Sports Classic Time Trial Series on the P427 course, based at Wimborne.
Course Details
Start at milestone "Wimborne lm" on b3078. (gr su 011015). proceed north to the Horton inn (4.8m) where turn left on minor road to junction with a354. turn left (great care) to Blandford bypass rbt (14.71m) where left to next rbt (15.59m). left on b3082 to outskirts of Wimborne to finish approx 200 yards short of Queen Elizabeth school. Course Record 48:34 Joshua Williams 2017.

Sigma Sports Classic Series 2019
Round 1 of 6 Sunday 24th March 2019 Wessex Road Club P427
Round 2 of 6 Sunday 7th April 2019 Beacon RCC K22/37
Round 3 of 6 Friday 19th April 2019 Buxton CC/Sett Valley Cycles J8/3
Round 4 of 6 Sunday 12th May 2019 Dumfries CC WS25/01
Round 5 of 6 Sunday 26th May 2019 Border City Wheelers CC L143
Round 6 of 6 Sunday 9th June 2019 West DC U601A 14/05/2019  (Inc RTTC National Circuit Championship)

Paracyclists
1 09:01:00 Graeme Church Team Milton Keynes

Juniors
3 09:03:00 Arthur Boulton Vision Innovative Leisure Racing Team Male Junior
4 09:04:00 Caitlin Peters Storey Racing Female Junior
5 09:05:00 Kieran Morris Total Tri Training Male Junior
6 09:06:00 Fabien Large NOPINZ Male Junior

Vets & Women
8 09:08:00 William Simmons Christchurch Bicycle Club Male Vet
9 09:09:00 Mike Anderson Club Cycliste Moncontourais Male Vet
10 09:10:00 Allan Miller Caesarean CC (Jersey) Male Vet
11 09:11:00 Keith Mabbott Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA Male Vet
12 09:12:00 Terry Belbin Poole Whs Male Vet
13 09:13:00 Stephen Skinner Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
14 09:14:00 Rupert Silman Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
15 09:15:00 Craig Weston Poole Whs Male Vet
16 09:16:00 Pete Wilson Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
17 09:17:00 Martin Beale Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
18 09:18:00 John Chapman CC Weymouth Male Vet
19 09:19:00 Mark Smart VC Norwich Male Vet
20 09:20:00 Michael Naulls Velo Club Venta Male Vet
21 09:21:00 Stuart Peckham New Forest CC Male Vet
22 09:22:00 Ray Claridge New Forest CC Male Vet
23 09:23:00 Mark Sanders Mid Devon CC Male Vet
24 09:24:00 Simon Smith Shutt Ridley RT Male Vet
25 09:25:00 Simon Dighton Beacon Roads CC Male Vet
26 09:26:00 Barrie Watkinson Bournemouth Arrow CC Male Vet
27 09:27:00 Rob Vessey Didcot Phoenix CC Male Vet
28 09:28:00 Daryl May Sheffrec CC Male Vet
29 09:29:00 Nick Jones Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Vet
30 09:30:00 Mike Williams Poole Whs Male Vet
31 09:31:00 David Hargreaves North Lancashire Road Club Male Vet
32 09:32:00 Philip Watts North Hampshire RC Male Vet
33 09:33:00 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael Male Vet
34 09:34:00 Richard Porter CC Weymouth Male Vet
35 09:35:00 Dave Dent GS Stella Male Vet
36 09:36:00 Charles Mitchell ...A3crg Male Vet
38 09:38:00 Lee Morgan Team Bottrill Male Vet
40 09:40:00 Nick Tarmey Velo Club Venta Male Vet
42 09:42:00 Robert West AeroCoach Male Vet
44 09:44:00 Jonathan Gates Royal Air Force Cycling Association Male Vet
46 09:46:00 Emma Needham CC Weymouth Female Senior
47 09:47:00 Lara Taylor Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere Female Vet
48 09:48:00 Roxane Heaton Somerset Road Club Female Senior
49 09:49:00 Lizzy Stocker IRIS Race Team Female Senior
50 09:50:00 Alison Vessey Didcot Phoenix CC Female Vet
51 09:51:00 Jennifer Smart Team Velovelocity Female Vet
52 09:52:00 Louisa Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Female Senior
53 09:53:00 Kirsty Mcseveney ...A3crg Female Senior
54 09:54:00 Tina Reid 1904RT Female Vet
55 09:55:00 Emma Angove 73 Degrees Bicycles, WestSide Coaching Rt Female Senior
56 09:56:00 Rebecca Johnson Brother.UK Fusion RT Female Senior
57 09:57:00 Jess Atkinson Team 22 Female Senior
58 09:58:00 Sarah Matthews ...A3crg Female Vet
60 10:00:00 Joscelin Lowden The Independent Pedaler Female Senior
62 10:02:00 Angela Carpenter ...A3crg Female Vet
64 10:04:00 Emma Lewis The Independent Pedaler Female Senior
66 10:06:00 Kelly Murphy Storey Racing
Senior Men & U23
68 10:08:00 David Mccann Beacon Roads CC Male Senior
69 10:09:00 Nick Bunyard Westbury Wheelers Male Senior
70 10:10:00 Ollie Mitchell ...A3crg Male Senior
71 10:11:00 Thomas Piloni Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Senior
72 10:12:00 David Fellows Solihull CC Male Senior
73 10:13:00 Luke Rendell Poole Whs Male Senior
74 10:14:00 Nic Stevenson Westerley Cycling Club Male Senior
75 10:15:00 Tom Stocker Bournemouth Jubilee Whs Male Senior
76 10:16:00 Richard Jennings Army Cycling Male Senior
77 10:17:00 Adam Wild GS Metro Male Espoir
78 10:18:00 Samuel Wadsley Primera-Teamjobs Male Espoir
79 10:19:00 Leon Wright Race Hub Male Senior
80 10:20:00 Paul Hart Southend Wheelers Male Senior
82 10:22:00 Neil Lauder Arctic Tacx RT Male Senior
84 10:24:00 Gary Chambers NOPINZ Male Senior
86 10:26:00 Christopher Fennell The Independent Pedaler Male Senior
88 10:28:00 Phil Williams Liverpool Phoenix CC (Aintree) Male Senior
90 10:30:00 Rob Walker Cambridge University CC Male Espoir

Monday, 11 March 2019

South Region Youth Series #1, Results


09/03/19 Odd Down circuit Bath
U14 Boys
1 Seth Jones Maindy Flyers Youth CC
2 Fin Mead Propello
3 Kyle Jones WORX Factory Racing
4 Matthew Gilmour Velo Club Venta
5 Benjamin Bisson VC Londres
6 Jude Munday Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
7 Ryu Hayamizu
8 Rhys Thomas Maindy Flyers Youth CC
9 George Packham-Southon Team Tor 2000 KALAS
10 Thomas Taylor Avid Sport
11 Peter Drabble WORX Factory Racing
12 Hywel Leyshon Maindy Flyers Youth CC
13 Sam Fisher Maindy Flyers Youth CC
14 Harry Codd Maindy Flyers Youth CC
15 Ollie Boarer I-Team Cyclists’ Club
16 Thomas Adby Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
17 James Brown Hillingdon Slipstreamers
18 Ruben Stacey North Devon Wheelers
19 Oliver Pettifer Poole Wheelers CC
20 Jack Wilson Wheal Velocity
21 Judah Hurr Portsmouth North End CC
22 Charles Hart JCAYA
23 Reuben Walter Minehead Merlins
24 Dylan Cherruault Avid Sport
25 George Watch Minehead Merlins
26 Alexander Murphy Velo Club Venta
27 Harvey Thomas Bristol RC
28 Oliver Morgan Solent Pirates
29 Jack Beveridge Avid Sport
30 Digby Llewellyn Poole Wheelers CC

U14 Girls
1 Isabel Sharp Estrella Bikes
2 Awen Roberts Towy Riders
3 Niamh Murphy Cotswold Veldrijden
4 Bethany Bennett Towy Riders
5 Greta Carey Palmer Park Velo RT
6 Ellie Wallbaum Avid Sport
7 Amy Pullen Propello
8 Katie-Anne Calton Solent Pirates
9 Isobel Crowther Avid Sport
10 Melissa Cooper Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC
11 Freya Eccleston Palmer Park Velo RT
12 Rebecca Codd Maindy Flyers Youth CC
13 Holly Ramsey Poole Wheelers CC
14 Georgina Pasmore Palmer Park Velo RT
15 Ellen Phillips Welwyn Wheelers CC
16 Josie Vallis Avid Sport
17 Posie Forrester Wyre Forest CRC
18 Imogen Morris Gower Riders

U16 Girls
1 Madeline Cooper Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC
2 Laura Curle Liv Cycling Club – Halo Cycles
3 Sophie Tiller I-Team Cyclists’ Club
4 Olivia Earthy Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
5 Emma Spriggs Taw Velo
6 Hannah Rainger Propello
7 Connie McLaughlin Dartmoor Velo – Care Control…
8 Abigail Old Palmer Park Velo RT
9 Elena Day Solent Pirates
10 Jessica Hudson
11 Ayla Tonkin Chippenham & Dist Whls

U16 Boys
1 Benjamin Harris Maindy Flyers Youth CC
2 Gethin Price Maindy Flyers Youth CC
3 Matthew Hickman I-Team Cyclists’ Club
4 Nathaniel Brookes Gillingham and District Wheele…
5 Euan Hawkins Maindy Flyers Youth CC
6 Jacob Schnabel Fareham Wheelers Cycling Club
7 Ryan Abram Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
8 Bryn Ruck Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
9 Tyler Lindo Propello
10 George Eames North Devon Wheelers
11 Max Edgington Solent Pirates
12 Charlie Tompkins Propello
13 Morgan Leyshon Maindy Flyers Youth CC
14 Shaun Duffield Propello
15 Isaac Warrington Solent Pirates
16 Joshua Golliker Preston Park Youth CC (PPYCC)
17 Ben Woodland North Devon Wheelers
18 Jonathan Pearce Abergavenny Road Club
19 Sam Smith West Wales Cycle Racing Team
20 Galahad Bland Team Tor 2000 KALAS
21 Callum Start Mid Devon CC
22 Liam Openshaw Poole Wheelers CC
23 Charlie Abel Poole Wheelers CC
24 Jake Rowell Wheal Velocity
25 Finlay Walter Queens Head Cycling
26 Matthew Britton Bristol Cycling Development Sq…
27 Harvey Lawson Nopinz Symec Development Team
28 Louis Bombroff Nopinz Symec Development Team
29 Benjamin Tuchner VC Londres
30 Nicholas Brewster Paul Milnes – Bradford Olympic…
31 Oscar Pratt Velo Club Venta
32 Alistair Fletcher
33 Lewis Baldwin Avid Sport
34 Archie Tyler Gillingham and District Wheele…
35 Ieuan Braybrook Millfield

Sunday, 10 March 2019

CC Weymouth TT Cancelled Due to Bad Weather


High winds and debris on the course forced the cancellation of the CC Weymouth 18 mile Time Trial on Sunday (10th). The sporting course, north of Dorchester would have taken the riders through the village of Cerne Abbas and past the always excited chalk giant but organiser Gordon Scott had concerns over debris on the fast descents. It was a disappointment for the small Weymouth club, a membership of just 28 making the effort for an equally disappointed field that outnumbered them, Scott intends to try again on March 31st.
Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers opening club event of the year on the P311 at Ringwood & circuit racing at Thruxton were also cancelled

Friday, 8 March 2019

Tornado RCC 10, Start List



Bransgore 17/03/19
1 08:31:00 RICHARD WYETH TORNADO RCC
2 08:32:00 MIKE ANDERSON CLUB CYCLISTE MONCONTOURALS
3 08:33:00 PHIL MORRIS FAREHAM WHEELERS CC
4 08:34:00 COLIN MOONEY PORTSDOWN HILL CC
5 08:35:00 ADRIAN WATKINS TORNADO RCC
6 08:36:00 TONY HAMILTON SALISBURY ROAD AND MOUNTAIN CC
7 08:37:00 MICHELLE WALTER BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC
8 08:38:00 GUY CHAPPELLE …a3crg
9 08:39:00 GARY CHIVERTON BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS
10 08:40:00 IAN HAYDEN TORNADO RCC
11 08:41:00 HUGH JOHNSON CHARLOTTEVILLE CYCLING CLUB
12 08:42:00 DAVID WEST SALISBURY ROAD AND MOUNTAIN CC
13 08:43:00 JEREMY HUBBARD HARGROVES CYCLES CC
14 08:44:00 STEPHEN SKINNER VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL
15 08:45:00 CHRIS WILSON BOURNEMOUTH CYCLEWORKS-VITEC FIRE-TREK
16 08:46:00 MATTHEW GALANTE VELO CLUB VENTA
17 08:47:00 PETE WILSON BOURNEMOUTH ARROW CC
18 08:48:00 NEIL ADLEM ANDOVER WHEELERS CC
19 08:49:00 JAMES HORAN SOUTHDOWN BIKES/CASCO PET
20 08:50:00 DREW HOSIE …a3crg
21 08:51:00 ANDY SELF NORTH HAMPSHIRE RC
22 08:52:00 MIKE GARNER …a3crg
23 08:53:00 STUART THOMPSON VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL
24 08:54:00 JERRY BROMYARD …a3crg
25 08:55:00 HARRY LOADER TEAM BOTTRILL
26 08:56:00 RICHARD PORTER CC WEYMOUTH
27 08:57:00 PHIL WILKS SOTONIA CC
28 08:58:00 MATT HARRIS …a3crg
29 08:59:00 THOM HAYWARD VELO CLUB VENTA
30 09:00:00 JAMIE WITCHER BOURNEMOUTH CYCLEWORKS-VITEC FIRE-TREK
31 09:01:00 JAMIE FRANKLIN VELO CLUB VENTA
32 09:02:00 NEIL MACKLEY …a3crg
33 09:03:00 BRYCE DYER AEROCOACH
34 09:04:00 JAMES HORTON VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL
35 09:05:00 MITCHELL WEBBER ANDOVER WHEELERS CC
36 09:06:00 DAVE DENT GS STELLA
TT BIKES
38 09:08:00 RICHARD SMITH VELO CLUB VENTA
39 09:09:00 LIZZY STOCKER IRIS RACE TEAM
40 09:10:00 MICHELLE LOCK GS STELLA
41 09:11:00 KIRSTY MCSEVENEY …a3crg
42 09:12:00 MARTIN BEALE VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL
43 09:13:00 DARREN LYONS VELO CLUB VENTA
44 09:14:00 STUART PECKHAM NEW FOREST CC
45 09:15:00 MICHAEL NAULLS VELO CLUB VENTA
46 09:16:00 THOMAS PILONI BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS
47 09:17:00 MARK VALENTINE POOLE WHEELERS
48 09:18:00 JAMES FOX VELO CLUB VENTA
49 09:19:00 TOM STOCKER BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE WHEELERS
50 09:20:00 JULIAN LOCKWOOD PRIMERA - TEAMJOBS
51 09:21:00 SIMON BEROGNA VELO CLUB ST RAPHAEL
52 09:22:00 PAUL LOCKYER NEW FOREST CC
53 09:23:00 NICK TARMEY VELO CLUB VENTA
54 09:24:00 MATTHEW BUCKLEY ANDOVER WHEELERS CC

Thursday, 7 March 2019

Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 42Km TT


Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 42km Open Sporting Time Trial for Road Bikes or TT Bikes, Lulworth-Wool circuit – Sunday 7th April 2019

Both events are part of the Sporting Time Trial Series Entries are open for all riders on this sporting time trial course on quiet roads around the Lulworth circuit (approx 2 ¼ laps) across the MOD tank ranges and in view of the Purbeck Hills. The road bike event is a qualifying event for the Sporting Time Trial Series Spring Cup and a new format for the club. There are prizes for all categories including a Prime on the climb on the first lap and team prize depending on entry numbers. These are roads that many local clubs ride on so why not ride out and race? Headquarters at the Wool D’Urberville Centre & Village Hall.

Entries via CTT WEBSITE

Stage 3 of the BJW 2 Day Race in May will also use this circuit.

Crow Cross Raises over £1200


The "Crow Cross" Wessex League event promoted jointly by Bournemouth Arrow, Bournemouth Jubilee Wh, Poole Wheelers & the New Forest CC in January raised over £1200. The funds were donated to Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, Hampshire and the Isle of Wright Air Ambulance and 2358 Ferndown SQN ATC ( Ferndown Air Cadets) at a presentation at the Hamworthy club, Bearwood. Joy Wittington attended and accepted the cheque on behalf of Dorset Air Ambulance and Ian Browning did so for Hampshire Air Ambulance, with Paul Brown (BJW) accepting a cheque on behalf of The Air Cadets All four clubs were represented at the presentation, Peter Fairbank from Bournemouth Arrow, Paul Brown from Bournemouth Jubilee, John Burridge, New Forest CC and Graham Hurst from Poole Wheelers.

Monday, 4 March 2019

Sandisons 2 Day, Start List


Sandisons 2 Day 23rd/24th March Pimperne Dorset, 2nd/3rd Category

Day 1:
Stage 1: Hill TT: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28496280
Stage 2: 10 mile TT

Day 2:
Stage 3: 55 mile road race
A boutique coffee van will be in attendance on both days serving Fair Trade high quality Coffee & Speciality Teas
Also on Day 1 is a bike & fitness jumble taking place at the race HQ

1 Thomas Bass Nopinz Symec Development Team 2nd
2 Gregg Booker Loughborough Students CC 2nd
3 James Brown Tri UK 3rd
4 Tom Carter Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 3rd
5 Robert Cartlidge Plymouth Corinthian CC 3rd
6 Jacob Clapp Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC 3rd
7 Phillip Cole Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 2nd
8 Matthew Conner Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC 2nd
9 Mark Coombe Twickenham CC 3rd
10 Josh Coyne Bpm Coaching 3rd
11 Cameron Cragg Project 51 2nd
12 Archie Cross Team B38 / Cycles In Motion 3rd
13 Callum Deakin Mid Devon CC 2nd
14 Joseph Donohue VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 2nd
15 Callum Dunford Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC 2nd
16 Jonathan Ellis Plymouth Corinthian CC 3rd
17 Jack English Team Estera 3rd
18 Timothy Flynn Poole Wheelers CC 3rd
19 Grant Fraser Paceline RT 2nd
20 Shawn Gray Gillingham and District Wheelers 3rd
21 Nicholas Hale Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
22 Andrew Henderson Nopinz Symec Development Team 3rd
23 Thomas Hogan Veloce Racing 2nd
24 James Horton VC St Raphael 3rd
25 Jeremy Hubbard Hargroves Cycles CC 3rd
26 James Hywel-Davies Nopinz Symec Development Team 3rd
27 David Le Roux Velo Sport Jersey 2nd
28 Kim Little Merida Factory Racing 3rd
29 Harry Loader Team Bottrill 3rd
30 Julian Lockwood Primera-TeamJobs 3rd
31 Justin Menhenett Sotonia CC 3rd
32 Paul Newsome Project 51 3rd
33 Matthew Norris Primera-TeamJobs 3rd
34 Matthew Osborn Team Estera 3rd
35 Christopher Owram PDQ Cycle Coaching 2nd
36 Nick Parris Jam Cycling RT coached by BPC 2nd
37 Robert Pears Bath Cycling Club 3rd
38 Joe Peatson BIKESTRONG-KTM 2nd
39 Owen Prior Exeter Wheelers 2nd
40 Alex Randall Twickenham CC 2nd
41 Jack Rebours HJL 2nd
42 Simon Rendell Exeter Wheelers 3rd
43 Dean Robson Velo Sport Jersey 3rd
44 Martin Rowland Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
45 Michael Serafin Guernsey Velo Club (LBG) 3rd
46 Ed Slot Sotonia CC 2nd
47 Joe Staunton Wightlink,Wight Mountain CRT. 2nd
48 Kevin Thomas Bradford on Avon 3rd
49 Adam Toole VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 2nd
50 Sebastian Tremlett Team Estera 3rd
51 Nicholas Tyrie Primera-TeamJobs 2nd
52 Ian Vagg Project 51 2nd
53 Mark Valentine Poole Wheelers CC 2nd
54 Alexander Welburn trainSharp Club 3rd
55 Samuel Westlake PDQ Cycle Coaching 2nd
56 Thomas Whatley Paceline RT 2nd
57 Andrew Whittemore Exeter Wheelers 2nd
58 Thomas Willan Pro Cycle Hire UK Racing Team 3rd
59 Christopher Wilson BournemouthCycleworks Vitec Weber 3rd
60 Jon Woolrich Velo Sport Jersey 2nd

Friday, 1 March 2019

Pedal Potential : Supporting Young Athletes


“It’s an undeniable fact that funding achieves success.”

Pedal Potential will enter their 5th year in 2019, the South-based Community Interest Company, which has supported a variety of young athletes across different disciplines to achieve success on National, European and World stages. Established in 2014 by a group of like-minded individuals who provided personal financial backing as a start-up, the fund together with donations from interested companies and a hedge fund, has enabled many athletes to realise their ambitions. In the cycling world Pedal Potential has supported two previous winners of British Cycling's National Junior Road Series and Jacob Vaughan the recent winner of The Perfs Pedal. We caught up with Pedal Potential CEO, and hard working BC South Region secretary, Mark Williams

It’s an undeniable fact that funding achieves success.When we started the initiative no one involved with the fund believed that we would be moving into a fifth year having supported so many athletes achieve their ambitions. An integral part of the support has been the requirement for a personal blog and this has proved a popular insight with a much wider audience as well as being a live CV for the individual. Cycle racing has obviously been predominant, with support to the last three winners of the National Junior Road Series (Charlie Meredith 2016, Oscar Mingay 2017 and Mason Hollyman 2018), but we have also seen notable success in triathlon, with Marcus Dey winning the British Junior Triathlon Series and Hamish Reilly as runner-up in the British Youth Triathlon Series. There are many deserving athletes, we received over 100 requests for support for the 2019 season but sadly, despite generosity from our contributors, we were unable to help everyone. We do however have a reserve list identified should our financial position change in the future. For the time being we would like to wish all those selected so far for 2019 a very successful season in their chosen sports.”