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Thursday, 30 October 2014

Track News: Calshot Winter League & Youth Omnium 2015


Calshot Winter track league kicks off this Sunday (2nd) at 1pm, the start of a thirteen round series at the Hampshire venue. Running through till 1st February 2015, the popular league offers racing for all senior categories and Youth riders. Full entry details HERE.
Next year’s Bournemouth round of the Southern Area Youth Omnium has a change of date & organiser. Promoted by Poole Wheelers and held in June for the past three seasons, the 2015 edition will move forward in the calendar to Saturday 25th April 2015 and will be run by Racing Club Omega. Entry details HERE The second round of the Omnium will be held at the Palmer Park track in Reading on May 9th. The venue for the 3rd counting event has yet to be finalised.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Nat Trophy CycloCross:Field First in Southampton


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Ian Field (Hargroves Cycles) won round 2 of the National Trophy CycloCross series at Southampton Sports centre, maintaining his 100% record after victory at Shrewsbury in round 1. Even at this early stage it is hard to see who will, or can challenge Belgian-Based Field who looked simply a class apart.
Ben Sumner (Beeline Bicycles RT) led early on but by lap two, Field and Belgian visitor, Quinten Hermans of the Telenet Fidea Cycling team had established a small gap of 10 seconds over Hermans teammate, Jens Vandekinderen. For a couple of laps Vandekinderen threatened to join the two leaders but his solitary hard work came too nothing as Field and Hermans began to share the front.
Behind these three, Alex Paton (Pedal Heaven), Steve James & Jody Crawforth (Hargroves Cycles), Sumner, Jack Clarkson (Hope Factory Racing), & Tom Van Den Bosch (Hargroves-Ridley RT) were having their own battle. Crawforth may have given Field some problems but he spent the whole race chasing after tangling wheels and hitting the deck as the flag dropped.
Paton looked strong but it was James who managed to pull away in the dry conditions securing an impressive fourth place.
The final time through the woods, Hermans made his move but Field knows the venue well and the Belgian was going nowhere. Credit to Hermans, he was never intimidated by Field but had no answer when the British National Champion muscled his way up the inside, determined to lead into the final corner. “I know the first man into the final corner wins” he would say later.

1 Ian Field Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT 1. 2
2 Quinten Hermans Telenet Fidea Cycling Team 0. 4
3 Jens Vandekinderen Telenet Fidea Cycling Team 0. 47
4 Steven James Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT 1. 57
5 Alex Paton Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT 2. 15
6 Jody Crawforth Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT 2. 16
7 Tom Van Den Bosch Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT 2. 22
8 Steven Roach Ride Coventry 2. 30
9 Jack Clarkson Team Hope Factory Racing 2. 33
10 Nick Craig Pioneer Scott Syncros 3. 7
11 Ben Sumner Beeline Bicycles RT 3. 32
12 Nicholas Barnes www.Zepnat.com RT/Kuota/GSG 3. 59
13 George Thompson Sleaford Wheelers CC 4. 0
14 Robert Jebb Hope Factory Racing 4. 6
15 Jack Ravenscroft Team Thomson Cycles 4. 23
16 Michael Butler Bowlphish Bontrager Racing 4. 26
17 Lewis Craven Wheelbase Altura MGD 4. 45
18 Matt MacDonald Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT 4. 51
19 Andrew Naylor Fossa Racing 4. 52
20 Dany Lacroix Colba Superhano-Ham 5. 4
21 Daniel Guest Performance Cycles 5. 19
22 Bart Versscheuren KDL Cycling Team 5. 27
23 Jack Humphreys Wheelbase Altura/MGD 5. 32
24 Bruce Dalton The Kinesis Morvelo Project 5. 40
25 Liam Earl Team Corridori 5. 48
26 Scott Chalmers Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT 6. 1
27 Dave Collins Hope Factory Racing 6. 49
28 Tim O’Regan Dunboyne CC (Ireland) 6. 56
29 Richard Mardle Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT 7. 22
30 Daniel Harris Stourbridge CC at 1 lap
31 Joseph Andrews Fareham Wheelers CC at 1 lap
32 Scot Easter Felt-Colbornes – Hargroves RT at 1 lap
33 Billy Harding Orange Monkey Pro Team at 1 lap
34 Cameron Toms University of Bristol CC at 1 lap
35 Benjamin Hall Bristol CX at 1 lap
36 Matthew Hargroves Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT at 1 lap
37 Daniel Bell Ellmore Factory Racing at 1 lap
38 Sean Dunlea Neon-Velo Cycling Team at 1 lap
39 Paul Sheers Vicious Velo at 1 lap
40 James Thompson Langsett Cycles RT at 2 laps
41 Daniel Drake VC Deal at 2 laps
42 John Dodgin The Edge Cycleworks at 2 laps
43 James Bracey Pivot Boompods Racing at 3 laps
44 Alex Fanshawe Individual Member at 3 laps
45 Chris Atkins Specialized Racing at 3 laps
46 Matthew Downes Paul Milnes Cycles/Bradford Olympic RC at 3 laps
47 Chris McGovern Team Novo Nordisk (Development) at 3 laps

Adela Carter (Hope Factory Racing) attacked her breakaway companion, Merce Pacios Pujado (Beeline Bicycles) to win round 2 of the British Cycling National Trophy CycloCross series at Southampton. The pair had jumped away from a leading group of seven riders including the yellow jersey of series leader, Annie Simpson (Hope Factory Racing, at third distance. Simpson, still carrying the Rapha Supercross in her legs from the day before, would climb off before the finish. Diane Lee (Team Mulebar Girl), Hannah Payton (Kinesis Morvelo Project) Carter, & Annie Simpson (Hope Factory Racing),Junior, Amira Mellor (Paul Milnes RT), Sarah Murray (CX Magazine) and Pujado had quickly distanced the field before Carter & Pujado made their move. The final lap was a dress rehearsal for the Elite men’s race to come, with the leading pair trading blows all the way to the line. Well almost, Carter, like Field to come, pulled away at the death, a broad smile replacing the pain that had gone before! Mellor came late to take third from the tiring Lee.

1 Adela Carter Hope Factory Racing
2 Merce Pacios Pujado Beeline Bicycles RT 0. 6
3 Amira Mellor (J) Paul Milnes Cycles/Braford Olympic RC 0. 34
4 Diane Lee Team Mulebar Girl – Sigma Sport 0. 56
5 Hannah Payton The Kinesis Morvelo Project 1. 3
6 Tamina Oliver Cotswold Veldrijden 1. 31
7 Sarah Murray www.cxmagazine.com 2. 16
8 Ruby Miller Hargrove Cycles – Ridley RT 2. 42
9 Verity Appleyard Brotherton Cycles 3. 15
10 Sarah Lomas (J) Nutcracker Racing 3. 17
11 Joanna Rycroft www.cxmagazine.com 3. 26
12 Abigail van Twisk (J) WXC World Racing 4. 13
13 Sophie Chastell (J) Welwyn Wheelers CC 4. 29
14 Emily Barnes Team Mulebar Girl – Sigma Sport 4. 37
15 Claire Beaumont Vicious Velo 4. 46
16 Alice Miller Look Mum No Hands ! 4. 59
17 Charlotte Broughton (J) Team Corley Cycles 5. 46
18 Sarah Naylor Fossa Racing at 1 lap


Juniors:
1 Alfie Moses (Paul Milnes RT) 38-58
2 David Barnes (Sports Traider) at 35sec
3 Tom Seaman (Nutcracker Racing) at 1-06
4 Josh Waters (Sherwood Pines) at 1-15
5 Matthew Clements (Cyclelab) at 1-19
6 Chris Barnes (Zepnat RT) at 1-43
7 Matthew Worton (Pioneer-Scott) at 1-46
8 Marcus Burnett (Team Corley Cycles) at 1-47
9 Tim James (Bourne Wheelers) at 1-48
10 Ewan Grivell-Mellor (Mid-Shropshire Wh) at 1-49

Hoy Future Stars, Bex Does the Biz at Revolution!



(Thanks Rach)
Rebecca Raybould (Rapha JLT) won the Hoy Future Stars, six lap dash at the Revolution track meeting in London, a powerful solo attack taking her to victory. The talented Poole Wheeler, back in her club colours, also took third place in the Youth Madison with Lauren Murphy (Welwyn Wheelers), the girls taking points on the first & second sprints before Bex swung Lauren in on the final lap to clinch the bronze medal.
FULL RESULTS TO COME
GIRLS YOUTH MADISON CHAMPIONSHIP
1 DICKINSON, Eleanor/ROBERTS, Jessica RST 12
2 CALLANDER, Rhona SBC/COLBORNE, Henrietta BEA 6
3 MURPHY, Lauren WWC/RAYBOULD, Rebecca PW 5

FUTURE STARS BOYS SCRATCH RACE

1 BRITTON, Rhys USN 30
2 WALLS, Matthew TIG 25
3 WRIGHT, Fred TAL 23
4 DRAPER, Matthew TPP 22
5 ROBERTS, William USN 21
6 POWELL, Mitchell OGE 20
7 DICKENS, Sebastian MAL 19
8 MARTIN, Grant TSC 18
9 WOOD, Reece TIG 17
10 RIDEHALGH, Jamie TPP 16
11 HAYTER, Ethan TAL 15
12 JOLLIFFE, Alex OGE 14
13 PLUMLEY, Jack RCJ 13
14 TURNBULL, Hamish MAL 12
15 PECKOVER, Oliver SKY 11
16 LONGSTAFF, Frank RCJ 10
17 BARNET, Matthias RIG 9
18 FIELDING, Alistair MGE 8
19 DOBSON, Jake NFT 7

20 GEORGI, Etienne MGE 6
21 NALLY, Joe TSC 5
22 STEWART, Lewis RIG 4
23 PIDCOCK, Tom NFT 3

Six Lap Dash Boys
1 WRIGHT, Fred TAL 30
2 BRITTON, Rhys USN 25
3 TURNBULL, Hamish MAL 23
4 DRAPER, Matthew TPP 22
5 WOOD, Reece TIG 21
6 JOLLIFFE, Alex OGE 20
7 MARTIN, Grant TSC 19
8 DICKENS, Sebastian MAL 18
9 ROBERTS, William USN 17
10 RIDEHALGH, Jamie TPP 16
11 STEWART, Lewis RIG 15
12 POWELL, Mitchell OGE 14
13 WALLS, Matthew TIG 13
14 FIELDING, Alistair MGE 12
15 NALLY, Joe TSC 11
16 PIDCOCK, Tom NFT 10
17 PLUMLEY, Jack RCJ 9
18 GEORGI, Etienne MGE 8
19 BARNET, Matthias RIG 7
20 PECKOVER, Oliver SKY 6
21 HAYTER, Ethan TAL 5
22 DOBSON, Jake NFT 4
23 LONGSTAFF, Frank RCJ DNF
24 POSTLE, Oliver SKY DNF

FUTURE STARS POINTS RACE BOYS
1 RIDEHALGH, Jamie TPP 5 5 2 3 0 12 30
2 BRITTON, Rhys USN 1 2 3 5 1 0 11 25
3 WOOD, Reece TIG 3 2 3 2 0 8 23
4 WRIGHT, Fred TAL 5 10 0 5 22
5 WALLS, Matthew TIG 3 5 0 3 21
6 POWELL, Mitchell OGE 2 19 0 2 20
7 POSTLE, Oliver SKY 1 4 0 1 19
8 HAYTER, Ethan TAL 1 13 0 1 18
9 BARNET, Matthias RIG 1 22 0 1 17
10 MARTIN, Grant TSC 6 0 0 16
11 LONGSTAFF, Frank RCJ 7 0 0 15
12 PIDCOCK, Tom NFT 8 0 0 14
13 PLUMLEY, Jack RCJ 9 0 0 13
14 GEORGI, Etienne MGE 11 0 0 12
15 DICKENS, Sebastian MAL 12 0 0 11
16 ROBERTS, William USN 14 0 0 10
17 JOLLIFFE, Alex OGE 15 0 0 9
18 NALLY, Joe TSC 16 0 0 8
19 DRAPER, Matthew TPP 17 0 0 7
20 PECKOVER, Oliver SKY 18 0 0 6

GIRLS FUTURE STARS SCRATCH RACE
1 DICKINSON, Eleanor NFT 30
2 ROBERTS, Jessica USN 25
3 COLBOURNE, Henrietta NFT 23
4 CAPEWELL, Sophie MAL 22
5 CALLANDER, Rhona TSC 21
6 WILLIAMS, Sophie OGE 20
7 BENNETT, Elizabeth USN 19
8 JARY, Rachel TAL 18
9 HINE, Jayati TPP 17
10 MARTIN, Rosa RIG 16
11 RAYBOULD, Rebecca RCJ 15
12 GEORGI, Pfeiffer MGE 14
13 BRADFORD, Sarah TSC 13
14 CHARD, Megan OGE 12
15 SMITH, Amy RIG 11
16 MURPHY, Lauren TAL 10
17 DEW, Monica TIG 9
18 DOCHERTY, Anna TPP 8
19 RUSSELL, Ellie SKY 7
20 JEFFERIES, Eve RCJ 6
21 BATE-LOWE, Lauren TIG 5
22 HUDSON, Connie SKY 4
23 NIBLETT, Hetty MAL 3
24 PITT, Emma MGE 2

FUTURE STARS GIRLS POINTS RACE
1 ROBERTS, Jessica USN 5 3 2 0 8 30
2 DICKINSON, Eleanor NFT 2 5 1 0 7 25
3 JEFFERIES, Eve RCJ 5 19 0 5 23
4 SMITH, Amy RIG 5 20 0 5 22
5 CHARD, Megan OGE 3 18 0 3 21
6 NIBLETT, Hetty MAL 3 23 0 3 20
7 RAYBOULD, Rebecca RCJ 3 24 0 3 19
8 BENNETT, Elizabeth USN 2 3 0 2 18
9 CAPEWELL, Sophie MAL 2 9 0 2 17
10 GEORGI, Pfeiffer MGE 2 12 0 2 16
11 COLBOURNE, Henrietta NFT 1 4 0 1 15
12 MARTIN, Rosa RIG 1 10 0 1 14
13 HINE, Jayati TPP 1 16 0 1 13
14 JARY, Rachel TAL 1 22 0 1 12
15 WILLIAMS, Sophie OGE 5 0 0 11
16 HUDSON, Connie SKY 6 0 0 10
17 CALLANDER, Rhona TSC 7 0 0 9
18 RUSSELL, Ellie SKY 8 0 0 8
19 PITT, Emma MGE 11 0 0 7
20 BRADFORD, Sarah TSC 13 0 0 6
21 DOCHERTY, Anna TPP 14 0 0 5
22 MURPHY, Lauren TAL 15 0 0 4
23 DEW, Monica TIG 17 0 0 3
24 BATE-LOWE, Lauren TIG 21 0 0 2

FUTURE STARS GIRLS SIX LAP DASH
1 RAYBOULD, Rebecca RCJ 30
2 DICKINSON, Eleanor NFT 25
3 BRADFORD, Sarah TSC 23
4 CALLANDER, Rhona TSC 22
5 CAPEWELL, Sophie MAL 21
6 BENNETT, Elizabeth USN 20
7 ROBERTS, Jessica USN 19
8 MARTIN, Rosa RIG 18
9 DEW, Monica TIG 17
10 BATE-LOWE, Lauren TIG 16
11 RUSSELL, Ellie SKY 15
12 JEFFERIES, Eve RCJ 14
13 WILLIAMS, Sophie OGE 13
14 PITT, Emma MGE 12
15 MURPHY, Lauren TAL 11
16 GEORGI, Pfeiffer MGE 10
17 COLBOURNE, Henrietta NFT 9
18 CHARD, Megan OGE 8
19 HINE, Jayati TPP 7
20 SMITH, Amy RIG 6
21 DOCHERTY, Anna TPP 5
22 HUDSON, Connie SKY 4
23 JARY, Rachel TAL 3
24 NIBLETT, Hetty MAL 2
The Hoy Future Stars showcased upcoming talent, racing in three different disciplines - the points race, scratch race and a six-lap dash.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Primera Cycle & Tri Expo


The fourth Primera Cycle & Tri Expo attracted over seven thousand five hundred visitors to the Bournemouth International Centre. A plethora of world renowned bike brands were in attendance, all bringing their 2015 models to showcase the very latest models available including Cannondale, Spercialized, Cervelo, Focus, Lapierre, Lynskey,Kuota,Look and Storck. The idea behind the free-entry Expo is to give the Dorset cycling community the chance to see the latest models, meet other riders, local clubs & ride organisers. Primera proprietor Bill Temple says: “The whole team at Primera are passionate cyclists and we have seen cycling grow from a fringe sport to a mainstream sport that everyone knows about, a lot of this is down to the great success in British Cycling. Two Tour de France wins in successive years thanks to Chris Froome & Sir Bradley Wiggins contributed to the popularity of the sport in the UK. Primera is run by cyclists for cyclists and we want to continue to serve the cycling community by putting on events like the Cycle & Tri Expo that gives back to the community that supports us” Rumours were rife about the new line up for next seasons Primera Road Team, all “Local Riders, Local Races” can say is, it is a mix of experience and exciting young talent, both boys & girls. Watch this space!!

Southampton Uni CC Speakers Night


SURC Speakers Night
Thursday 6th of November doors open at 19:00
Building 65, Room 1133, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, SO17 1BF
General Admission: £4 Concession £2
Ticket Sales Available Now HERE

On Thursday November 6th, Southampton University Road Cycling Club (SURC) are proud to host an evening of cycling inspiration and education with three nationally and internationally recognised speakers, all of whom have achieved the extraordinary by turning their passion into a profession. Listen, learn and engage with each speaker as you hear more about how it all began, including the the highs and lows, and how they’ve been able to craft their own path towards cycling success. From unthinkable levels of human endurance through to training, racing, bike fit essentials, motivation and much more join us for a truly engaging evening of cycling and have your questions answered by our experts.

About the speakers

Cycling polymath Mike Cotty is globally recognised as an endurance icon. He has a unique occupation in the cycling world creating pioneering experiences that often see him staring at the face of adversity. This year he cycled 1,000 kilometres non-stop over the most challenging terrain in the Alps, battling sleep deprivation and forcing exhaustion aside. Mike knows how to set and beat goals and he has mastered his bodies' physical ability, he understands that the lessons he has learnt on the bike have a wider meaning in life and that there's no substitute for plain hard work.

Garth Kruger knows cycling and knows bike fit. It has been his life for two decades and when he arrives at work, he can be sure that he is going to significantly enhance his customers’ cycling experience. He is the owner of Vankru Cycling and is a renowned Retul Master bike fitter. He uses his vast knowledge of cycling to make sure people get the most out of their bikes and themselves.

Student cyclist Liam Glen spent three years racing and winning in the UK before making the decision to pause his studies and race full time in Flanders, thanks to the recognition and support of the Dave Rayner Fund. The “promised land” for any aspiring cyclist gave Liam some glorious memories, but the mud and rain-soaked cobbled-path that he chose dealt both broken moral and broken bones through a season he will never forget.

SURC looks forward to welcoming you on Thursday November 6th at the University’s Avenue campus. Ample free parking is available on site.

Bikeshed UEX Season Review


Bikeshed UEX TEAM PRESS RELEASE

It’s been a long, successful season for the new project, with all the riders on the Bikeshed-UEx squad going through purple patches and suffering some bizarre misfortune along the way.

Al Murison’s run of 10 race wins was outstanding, especially when his final-year degree studies mid- season are factored in. Big wins came at the very well supported Winchester and Bournemouth crits, events that suit Al’s style very well indeed. Always a threat in both, he featured in breaks and made decisive moves when needed, to take some delight in winning- we have photographic evidence! Consistent throughout the year, Al maintained his Elite status comfortably, racing from Feb to Sept, developing into a very capable all-rounder with a monster kick, a great year for him. A real pleasure to have on-board.

Andy Feather ventured into the unknown, keen to find out whether his physical strength translates well into longer, tougher events. I think he found it does, being part of the race-winning break up to 95 miles mark in the National RR Champs proved that. In very good company, when the pressure was on, he featured with the Pros, only to blow when the distance eventually got to him. An outstanding performance that proved a point, form that is backed up with great rides elsewhere, particularly in horrendous conditions at 1 Day in Dorset, for 3rd. Andy gained his Elite licence this year and is an undoubted talent.

Pete Medhurst was a model of consistency throughout the season, ably gaining his 1st cat licence, pushing very hard when needed in his unique style (heads-up racing Pete!). Always eager to get off the front and drive breaks along, Pete enjoyed his best season to date, a great effort all year. Perhaps the most ill fated stories of our season belong to Ash Martin. Combining great form and an eye for the right move, he suffered a spectacular crash whilst in the winning break at Lincoln GP, when a dog took his front wheel at 35 mph! Alongside this, an innocuous slip on gravel in National TTT, when on for a solid top 6 finish, were hard pills to swallow.

However, always able to read a race very well, Ash has developed into an excellent rider, with his obvious TT ability coming on very well, he now has a great deal of race experience from which to draw and develop further. There’s much more to come. Boris Hutchings development is coming on strong, combining very capable TT strength and the ability to climb, proving to be a good combination.

This year was very much a step-up and one for gaining race experience; an excellent ride in Cycle Wilts GP (56th) should bode well, and creditable 6th SW Champs, 9th Overall Ras de Cymru (always a tough race, even more so with 6 hours in A&E and stitches in his hand after Day 2) are solid results on which to build. Rich Oram had a limited season, with his PHD and work in RDE Hospital inevitably forcing his hand somewhat, he nonetheless proved to be a more than capable strongman with undoubted TT ability. Shame about TTT misfortune though.

The team has had great support all year and would like to extend all it’s heartfelt thanks to the sponsors, particularly Bikeshed, the guys at the Uni (good work, Beef), many all-weather feed zone helpers, Sam Bailey for driving and general mucking-in duties, Marcin for being cool, and everyone that has shown a real interest in what we’re doing. It’s all very much appreciated and important to us all.

The programme is developing, the race calendar evolving and we will be fielding a women’s team along side the men’s next year. There will be much more news in coming weeks, but any aspiring rider looking at combining Higher Education with a dedicated, extensive cycling programme should consider the University of Exeter, where cycling and rider development is going from strength to strength.

Contact us for lots more info.

Follow via twitter @BikeshedUEx and Facebook Bikeshed UEx for updates, news, gossip.

Track Commissaires Course in Bournemouth


A Commissaire’s Course will be run in Bournemouth on 15th November( venue to be confirmed). It is free to attend and will be followed up by practical training. The Bournemouth Track League 2015 is already taking shape and a strong team of officials is vital for the success of the league next year and beyond.
The Course
The course itself is held over a full day and follows the journey of a Commisaire pre, during and post event.
The five modules are:
Pre Event: this module covers anything a Commisaire needs to know prior to the event day. This will include event information, equipment and communication with Event Organiser and Chief Commissaire.

Pre Start: this covers everything from arriving at the venue until the start of the race. Dependent on the discipline topics include call up and gridding, equipment pit set up, risk management and event communication.

Race Start to Race Finish: this module covers the start of the race until the finish of the race. Topics include starts, commissaire surveillance and judging.

Race Finish to Departure: covers all aspects of a commissaires role post event, prior to departure from the event. Topics include: commissaire and Event Organiser debrief and levy forms.

Post Event: the final module of the course includes anything a commissaire needs to complete post event including writing commissaire report forms.
Once candidates have completed the day’s training and passed the home learning assessment they will be classed as an Assistant Commissaire. They will then receive a logbook which they record their practical experience in. Candidates will then attend events and work in a variety of roles getting their logbook signed off by the Chief Commissaire at the end of the each event and they can then submit their logbook to be considered for an upgrade to Regional Commissaire.
Interested parties should contact Tim Knight, BC South Regional Competition Secretary ASAP on:

rca.bcsouth@gmail.com and 023 9264 2226

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Perfs Pedal Race 2015, Entries Open!


On the day the 2015 Tour de France route was revealed entries opened for next year’s 50th Perfs Pedal race. The traditional domestic road-season opener in the South started way back in July 1964, moving to its early season slot the following year. Promoted by Mick Waite on behalf of VC ST Raphael, Perfs has always proved a tough early season test, the vagaries of the winter weather as much as the course, providing the examination. The 2014 edition of Perfs was cancelled due to flooding, Perfs was also cancelled in 2003 due to flooding and again in 2010 this time due to poor road surfaces. The 45 mile, 2015 race takes place on Sunday 8th February and will feature 4 laps of the Portsdown Hill circuit above Portsmouth before switching to the Newtown Circuit, the finish coming on the second climb of One Hundred Acres Road. Perfs is open to elite, 1st, 2nd & 3rd category riders and features National Escort Group accredited motorcycle marshals and accredited road marshals. Details HERE
Postal Entry only to:
Mr Michael Waite
249 Havant Road
Farlington
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO6 1DB
02392379753
£30.00 payable to M WAITE

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Jefferies,Fielding & Calvert Continue Track Legacy


Local youngsters, Eve Jefferies (above), Alistair Fielding (Poole Wheelers) & Charley Calvert (Bournemouth Arrow) have been invited to become Olympic development Apprentices, as part of the Great Britain cycling team. All three have been identified as, “hard working, skilful bike racers who have the potential to develop into world class athletes in the future” The programme is aimed to support young riders typically aged 14-15 years with the transition into the junior ranks by further developing their skills both on and off the bike. The trio have benefitted greatly from regular access to racing and training at the Bournemouth track at Slades farm. Opened in 2011 the velodrome, part funded by Bournemouth Council & British Cycling,, is already producing a legacy, with track league regulars, Becky Raybould & Alex Jolliffe (Poole Wheelers) selected for the Olympic Development programme last year. Jolliffe, Fielding, Raybould & Jefferies all will ride in the Hoy future stars competition at the upcoming Revolution Track series. Jollffe will guest for Orica Greenedge while Raybould & jefferies have been invited by Rapha Condor JLT with Fielding riding for Madison Genesis.
The Revolution Series series starts on Saturday, October 25 at the Olympic Velodrome in London and runs through to March which three rounds at Manchester, one at Glasgow and another back in London.


Fielding & Calvert

Monday, 20 October 2014

Bournemouth Track League Dates 2015


Bournemouth track league will revert to its usual Tuesday evening date for 2015. Now in its fourth year, the 2015 league will consist of 18 rounds running from May 5th to August 18th. The full race programme is still to be confirmed but will include racing for all categories including youth’s. In addition to the weekly league, Bournemouth Arrow cycling club will promote an open track meeting at the Slades Farm venue on Saturday 11th July. Further details can be found on the British Cycling Website: Track League HERE:

Open track meeting HERE

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Off Camber XC Winter Series Round 2 Results


1 James Horton Senior 01:14:55 3 24:14.9 25:12.0 25:27.9
2 Kim Little Senior 01:16:35 3 24:32.7 25:24.1 26:37.7
3 Martin Ross Senior 01:18:13 3 25:32.2 25:38.2 27:02.7
4 Scott Cooper Senior 01:19:26 3 25:30.8 26:29.0 27:26.2
5 Adam Hunneyball Senior 01:19:55 3 25:29.2 26:49.4 27:36.1
6 Tim Mcdowell Senior 01:20:50 3 25:42.4 27:43.8 27:23.3
7 Paul Axon Senior 01:20:57 3 26:09.3 27:09.8 27:38.3
8 James Styrin Senior 01:21:49 3 26:26.2 27:23.6 27:58.9
9 Elbry Sandland Senior 01:22:30 3 26:50.8 27:36.0 28:03.1
10 Darren Matthews Senior 01:23:49 3 27:20.2 28:20.9 28:08.3
11 Ross Smith Senior 01:24:11 3 26:52.7 27:58.4 29:20.2
12 Andy Parsons Senior 01:25:04 3 27:25.8 28:33.4 29:04.4
13 Simon Cross Senior 01:25:52 3 28:24.7 28:52.1 28:34.9
14 John Williams Senior 01:25:57 3 27:31.6 29:10.7 29:14.6
15 Chris Kelly Senior 01:26:06 3 28:26.3 28:48.9 28:50.6
16 Robert Koppenhol Senior 01:26:48 3 28:29.7 29:13.6 29:04.3
17 Scawen Roberts Senior 01:26:49 3 27:57.6 29:32.1 29:19.4
18 Brendon Reese Senior 01:27:12 3 28:12.8 29:01.0 29:57.9
19 Alex Day Senior 01:27:13 3 29:34.0 28:13.8 29:25.5
20 Andy Woolcolt Senior 01:30:00 3 29:29.4 29:35.6 30:55.4
21 Mark Andrews Senior 01:31:07 3 30:10.6 30:44.8 30:11.8
22 Graham Starmer Senior 01:31:45 3 30:20.5 30:39.2 30:45.0
23 Chris Loynes Senior 01:32:21 3 30:30.2 30:04.7 31:46.2
24 Brad Goggin Senior 01:33:26 3 30:28.4 31:24.0 31:33.5
25 Simon Fryer Senior 01:34:48 3 30:38.9 32:14.9 31:54.2
26 Chris Potter Senior 01:37:00 3 29:31.0 32:11.0 35:17.9
27 Matthew Woodall Senior 01:37:40 3 40:25.9 42:10.7 15:03.5
28 Nick Bennett Senior 01:37:47 3 32:18.1 32:24.4 33:04.2
29 James Homer Senior 01:39:15 3 36:29.9 31:26.9 31:18.2
30 Hugo Parkin Senior 01:39:56 3 33:47.7 33:40.7 32:27.1
31 Gareth Venables Senior 01:43:01 3 31:53.2 34:37.0 36:30.8
32 Douglas Coubett Senior 01:44:19 3 32:45.4 37:16.5 34:17.3
33 Mike Taylor Senior 01:44:27 3 32:40.1 34:56.0 36:51.3
34 Joe Mellery-pratt Senior 01:45:09 3 34:23.8 34:56.6 35:49.1
35 Guy Morgan Senior 01:45:21 3 33:30.4 35:30.6 36:19.7
36 Philip Wareham Senior 01:45:25 3 34:14.3 35:24.4 35:46.5
37 Stu Cobb Senior 01:46:15 3 33:36.2 35:49.8 36:49.5
38 Steve Ables Senior 01:52:23 3 34:12.6 37:13.6 40:57.2
39 Tim Cole Senior 01:52:33 3 35:17.4 36:30.3 40:45.8
40 Darren House Senior 01:52:49 3 35:11.3 36:34.2 41:03.9
41 Micheal Atherton Senior 01:55:47 3 38:57.3 38:04.3 38:45.7
42 Terry House Senior 02:05:00 3 35:15.0 38:32.2 29:45.0
43 Mark Hebditch Senior 00:58:14 2 28:15.0 29:59.3 -
44 Martin Rice Senior 01:16:57 2 37:09.0 39:47.6 -
45 Tim Burt Senior 01:17:27 2 37:43.5 39:43.5 -
46 Kieron Howard Senior 01:19:49 2 38:08.2 41:40.7 -
47 Roger Longman Senior 01:20:43 2 40:11.6 40:31.4 -
48 Brian Henderson Senior 01:21:26 2 38:24.0 43:01.8 -
49 Dean Hallesy Senior 01:22:55 2 39:56.7 42:58.7 -
50 Myles Carter Senior 01:32:04 2 43:30.6 48:33.6 -
51 Amadeu Vicente Senior 00:29:28 1 29:27.9 - -
52 Richard Crossley Senior 00:38:01 1 38:01.2 - -
53 Andy Rosewarn Senior 00:42:51 1 42:51.1 - -
54 Mark Green Senior 00:46:30 1 46:29.8 - -
55 Chris Noble Senior 0 - -
56 Colin Robson Senior 0
1 Amy-Jo Hansford Female 01:01:38 2 30:23.3 31:14.8 -
2 Heidi Gould Female 01:04:11 2 31:28.4 32:42.9 -
3 Patsy Caines Female 01:06:33 2 32:48.0 33:44.7 -
4 Zoe Buckland Female 01:14:03 2 37:05.8 36:57.7 -
5 Lynn Broom Female 01:19:52 2 40:05.4 39:47.0 -
6 Tabitha Dickson Female 01:29:05 2 43:12.7 45:52.1 -
7 Julia Rice Female 01:33:34 2 45:41.1 47:52.6 -
1 Sam Shepherd Junior 01:23:27 3 26:44.4 28:13.6 28:29.1
2 Kris Caines Junior 01:23:51 3 26:42.6 28:24.5 28:44.3
3 Tom Reid Junior 01:30:21 3 29:26.2 30:01.6 30:53.2
4 Scott Quine Junior 01:44:56 3 31:06.0 33:16.8 40:33.6
5 Sam Barfoot Junior 01:48:34 3 38:28.0 33:53.1 36:12.9
6 Matthew Child Junior 01:16:06 2 33:17.3 42:49.0 -
7 Lang Parkin Junior 01:18:58 2 38:22.9 40:35.3 -
8 Danny Stanton Junior 01:23:21 2 39:13.5 44:07.6 -
9 Ollie George Junior 00:31:36 1 31:35.6 - -
10 O Halford Junior 00:45:23 1 45:23.1 - -
11 Harry Green Junior 00:46:28 1 46:28.4 - -
1 Barry White Vet 01:23:31 3 26:46.2 27:42.3 29:02.5
2 Richard Irvine Vet 01:30:05 3 28:35.0 30:13.5 31:16.7
3 Cliff Rowe Vet 01:33:22 3 30:06.9 31:17.1 31:58.5
4 Jerry Cooper Vet 01:36:25 3 30:59.7 32:21.3 33:03.7
5 Matt Palmer Vet 01:42:11 3 33:32.5 33:43.4 34:54.9
6 Alan Balsdon Vet 01:43:28 3 32:58.5 34:56.1 35:33.5
7 David Bourne Vet 01:47:19 3 35:05.7 35:58.3 36:15.0
8 Jim Broom Vet 01:50:03 3 36:02.7 36:14.7 37:46.1
9 Philip Ford Vet 01:10:24 2 34:51.7 35:31.8 -
10 Kevin Ridge Vet 01:11:24 2 33:58.3 37:25.9 -
11 John Baddeley Vet 01:18:31 2 38:05.9 40:24.8 -
12 Andrew O’brian Vet 01:18:35 2 38:12.8 40:22.2 -
13 Richard Gould Vet 01:28:50 2 43:16.0 45:33.7 -

RTTC Circuit Championships, Thruxton, Wins for Teasdale, Storey & Mcintosh:Result Board



MEN
1 Josh Teasdale In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 00:23:28
2 Mark Holton www.drag2zero.com 00:23:30
3 Adam Topham High Wycombe CC 00:23:33
4 Dean Robson Somerset RC 00:23:40
4 David Crawley Fibrax-Wrexham RC 00:23:40
6 Blake Pond North Devon Wheelers 00:23:43
7 Rob Pears Procycling Magazine RT 00:23:54
8 Peter Perrin Bournemouth Arrow CC 00:23:57
9 George Fox 45 RC 00:24:35
10 Christopher Fennell Catford CC Equipe/Banks 00:24:41
10 Conall Yates In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 00:24:41
12 Steve Williamson Velo Club Godalming & Haslemere 00:24:43
13 Justin Layne RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:24:47
14 Daniel Barnett www.drag2zero.com 00:24:56
15 Robert West RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:25:03
16 Danny Axford Arctic Tacx RT 00:25:07
17 Gavin Macdougall Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 00:25:08
18 Andy Langdown Hampshire RC 00:25:17
19 Max Sahota St Ives CC 00:25:27
20 Aran Stanton Velo Club St Raphael 00:25:37
21 Jason Mcgowan One and All Cycling 00:25:38
21 Karl Moseley Stourbridge Velo 00:25:38
23 Graeme Stirzaker …a3crg 00:25:39
24 David Woodhouse RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:25:49
25 Christian Yates East Grinstead CC 00:25:57
26 Simon Berogna Velo Club St Raphael 00:25:58
27 Jake Prior Velo Club St Raphael 00:26:08
28 Jonathan Hobby North Hampshire RC 00:26:14
29 Les Pick Poole Whs 00:26:16
30 Rick Froud Alton CC/Owens Cycles 00:26:25
31 Jon Pridham Vectis Roads CC 00:26:27
31 Nigel Pratt Andover Whs 00:26:27
33 Andy Rivett Velo Club St Raphael 00:26:28
34 Sam Hayes Team Salesengine.co.uk 00:26:30
35 Ryan Morley Fibrax-Wrexham RC 00:26:34
36 Steven Cottington Cadence RT 00:26:41
37 Jason Streather Streather Velo Club St Raphael 00:26:51
37 Nick O’hara New Forest CC 00:26:51
39 Harry Walton Cheltenham & County CC 00:27:00
39 Stephen Potts Somerset RC 00:27:00
41 David Brice Bynea Cycling Club 00:27:01
42 Steve Walkling Velo Club St Raphael 00:27:04
43 Terry Icke Poole Whs 00:27:06
44 Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth 00:27:12
45 Shaun Green Army Cycling Union 00:27:17
46 John Banham Southdown Velo 00:27:19
47 B Xavier Disley RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:27:20
48 Dave Dawkins Portsmouth North End CC 00:27:27
49 Rob Barrow Exeter Whs CC 00:27:42
50 Gerry Mcgarr Gloucester City CC 00:27:45
51 Mick Daniels Somerset RC 00:27:52
52 Ben Bradley Southdown Velo 00:27:53
53 Barrie Mitchell Team Jewson – MI Racing 00:28:01
54 Steuart Saunders Somerset RC 00:28:13
55 Andy Morgan Corinium CC 00:28:20
56 Clive Franklin Somerset RC 00:28:21
57 Shaun Walsh Yeovil CC 00:28:33
58 Steve Robinson Team Salesengine.co.uk 00:28:40
59 David Churchill Bigfoot CC 00:28:44
60 Andrew Jones Charlotteville Cycling Club 00:28:45
61 Jerome Watts East London Velo 00:29:00
62 John Storrie Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA 00:29:18
63 Philip Clack Fareham Whs 00:29:41
63 Russell Green Team Jewson – MI Racing 00:29:41
65 Barry Robinson Farnham RC 00:30:19
66 Andrew Gibson Gravesend CC 00:30:29
67 Shaun Teasdale In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 00:30:37
68 Christopher Mullett Gillingham & Dist Whs 00:30:53
69 Robin Vessey Micky Cranks CC 00:31:28
70 Joe Whitnall Velo Club St Raphael 00:31:46
71 John Froud Festival RC 00:31:58
72 Michael Ives Team Jewson 00:32:39
73 David Lester CC Weymouth 00:32:50
74 Mark Sanders Mid Devon CC 00:32:57
75 Simon Doyle Team Salesengine.co.uk 00:35:38
76 Cole Pearce Vectis Roads CC 00:36:57
77 Paul Helyer Blazing Saddles Cycles Ltd 00:38:20
78 David Newton Andover Whs 00:38:43

WOMEN
1 Sarah Storey Pearl Izumi Sports Tours International BOBC 00:26:52
2 Gillian Pears Procycling Magazine RT 00:27:36
3 Crystal Spearman Scuderia R T 00:28:06
4 Karina Bowie Trainsharp Racing Team 00:28:41
5 Adel Tyson-Bloor Mule Bar Girls รข€“ Sigma Sport 00:28:47
6 Caroline Harding Velo Club St Raphael 00:29:21
7 Libby Mclaren RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:29:30
8 Mandy Hibberd North Hampshire RC 00:29:49
9 Eva Nyirenda …a3crg 00:29:59
10 Faye Faber Wightlink/Offshore RT 00:30:33
11 Clair Wadden Bristol Road Club 00:30:56
12 Rhiannon Davies RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:31:00
13 Tina Reid Trainsharp Racing Team 00:31:13
14 Gemma Marshall …a3crg 00:31:15
15 Gillian Reynolds Willesden CC 00:31:59
16 Marianne Britten Velo Club St Raphael 00:32:07
17 Alison Vessey Micky Cranks CC 00:33:08
18 Alice Saltmarsh RST Sport/Aero-Coach 00:33:22
19 Katie King Zappi’s Cyling Club 00:33:52
20 Nancie Dawkins Portsmouth North End CC 00:35:24
JUNIORS
1 Ben Mcintosh Crewe Clarion Whs 00:24:41
2 James Falconer Ferryhill Whs/Mountain High 00:24:43
3 Lewis Bulley Sports Traider Race Team 00:24:50
4 Samuel Henning Hillingdon Slipstreamers 00:24:58
5 Robert Hogg 1st Chard Whs 00:25:39
6 Adam Wild Tyneside Vagabonds CC 00:25:44
7 Jack Freeman Alton CC/Owens Cycles 00:26:17
8 Samuel Wadsley Poole Whs 00:26:21
9 Harry Paine Wyndymilla 00:26:52
10 Elliot Lassiter Cotswold Veldrijden 00:26:54
11 Gabriel Chinn Velo Club Montpellier 00:27:27
12 Theo Yates Ingear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 00:29:02
13 Aaron Smith Southdown Velo 00:29:13
14 Charlie Cooper Velo Club St Raphael 00:29:51
15 Luke Skilton Farnham RC 00:30:12
16 Oliver Wise Southdown Velo 00:32:56
17 Vaughan Marris Fareham Whs 00:34:08
18 Nathan George Hillingdon Slipstreamers 00:35:42
19 Rudy Knight Lee Valley Youth CC 00:39:00
JUNIOR GIRLS
1 Henrietta Colborne Beacon Wheelers 00:29:00
2 Louise Scupham Scarborough Paragon CC 00:30:02
3 Clover Murray Braintree Velo CRC 00:30:34
4 Caitlin Peters Fareham Whs 00:32:44
5 Emily Knight Lee Valley Youth CC 00:34:51
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Wednesday, 15 October 2014

National Trophy CycloCross Rnd1


Sunday was the first round of the National Cyclo-Cross trophy Series held at Sundorne Sports Village in Shrewsbury,writes Luke Gray........ Despite the bad weather forecast the day before, there was an overnight change, to the huge relief of many competitors as this course can become a mud bath. This time the going was good along with the new top class pit area. The course here is pan flat with a small wood breaking up the grass playing fields plus a few small tricky banks thrown in around the tarmac finish straight.
I was ranked on the third row of the grid so I had to pick my way through many riders as we sprinted down the start straight on full gas in top gear. Joint second into the first turn was an excellent start which left me clear of traffic in a huge field of over 70 riders. Ben Sumner took the head of the race followed closely by Nat Champ Ian field, Jody Crawforth and Luke Gray. These 4 riders broke away from the rest of the field very quickly and were being chased by another small group of 4. On the second lap the chase group had caught the lead group, but as they entered the wooded section the same leading 4 riders pulled away again and this time the gap grew larger than before. Then halfway around the next lap I had to back off as the huge surges by Ian at the head of the lead group were going to split us up. I was then in no mans land with the chasing group coming after me. Halfway through the race Ian Field was out on his own having pulled well clear of everyone. I was now starting to pay for my efforts but still holding on inside the top 10. Mean while Liam Killeen had made his way up from the same start row as me, and was now upto 3rd place in pursuit of the leader. Just past the hour it was Field who took the chequered flag followed in by Killeen just 47 seconds later with Crawforth on his tail. In the last few laps I was struggling with a touch of cramp and had to settle for 16th on the finish line.
The next National Cyclo-Cross Trophy round is at Southampton Spports Centre in a couple of weeks time on the 26th October.

Men’s Elite Results

1 Ian Field Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Elite
2 Liam Killeen Malvern Cycle Sport Elite 0 47
3 Jody Crawforth Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Elite 0 47
4 Tom Van Den Bosch Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Elite 1 29
5 Ben Sumner Beeline Bicycles RT Under 23 1 35
6 Alex Paton Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT Elite 1 42
7 Steven James Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Elite 1 48
8 Paul Oldham Hope Factory Racing Elite 1 48
9 Steven Roach Ride Coventry Elite 1 51
10 Lewis Craven Wheelbase Altura MGD Elite 2 2
11 Jack Clarkson Team Hope Factory Racing Under 23 2 9
12 Tony Fawcett Pioneer Scott Synchros Elite 2 31
13 Nicholas Barnes www.Zepnat.com RT/Kuota/GSG Under 23 2 47
14 Michael Butler BowlPhish BONTRAGER Elite 3 7
15 Billy Harding Orange Monkey Pro Team Under 23 3 14
16 Luke Gray Trek Cyclo-Cross Collective Elite 3 27
17 Jack Ravenscroft Team Thomson Cycles Under 23 3 37
18 Liam Earl Team Corridori Under 23 3 44
19 George Thompson Sleaford Wheelers CC Under 23 3 53
20 Robert Jebb Hope Factory Racing Elite 3 58
21 Adam King Cardiff J.I.F. Cyclopaedia Under 23 4 25
22 Dave Collins Hope Factory Racing Elite 4 33
23 Daniel Booth Hope Factory Racing Elite 4 38
24 Matthew Barrett Renvale RT – Revel/Cannondale Elite 5 0
25 Ian Lee Royal Air Force CC Elite 5 20
26 Andrew Naylor Fossa Racing Elite 5 20
27 Daniel Harris Stourbridge CC Elite 5 20
28 Chris Metcalfe Charge Bikes Elite 5 24
29 Jack Humphreys Wheelbase Altura/MGD Under 23 5 24
30 Paul Cox Pedal Power Loughborough Elite 5 34
31 Scott Chalmers Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT Elite 5 37
32 Gavin Hardwicke Fossa Racing Elite 5 52
33 Tom Payton Islabikes Elite 5 54
34 Simon Maudsley Team Vertex Elite 5 59
35 Colin Miller Ride Coventry Elite 6 12
36 Neil Ellison WDMBC Beyond/Specialized Elite 6 13
37 Bruce Dalton The Kinesis Morvelo Project Elite 6 20
38 Grant Leavy Urban Cyclery Elite 6 22
39 Matt MacDonald Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Elite 6 32
40 Ben Cooper Batley CC Under 23 6 37
41 Jeremy Hicks Rugby Velo Elite 6 44
42 Joseph Lally CC Abergavenny/JP Signs and Prints Elite 6 45
43 Matthew Hargroves Hargroves Cycles – Ridley RT Under 23 6 46
44 James Garrett Rugby Velo Under 23 6 53
45 Andrew Waterman Vicious Velo Elite 7 9
46 Scot Easter Felt-Colbornes – Hargroves RT Elite 7 11
47 Martin Woffindin Cycle Sport Pendle Elite 7 14
48 Lewis Tarnai-Wilson Ashfield RC Under 23 7 24
49 James Thompson Langsett Cycles RT Elite 7 27
50 Keith Murray Pioneer Scott Synchros Elite at 1 lap
51 Daniel Bell Ellmore Factory Racing Elite at 1 lap
52 Paul Sheers Vicious Velo Elite at 1 lap
53 David Griffiths Paramount CRT Elite at 1 lap
54 Paul Lally Onimpex Bio Racer RT Elite at 1 lap
55 Robert Watson Individual Member Elite at 1 lap
56 Sean Dunlea Neon-Velo Cycling Team Under 23 at 1 lap
57 Daniel Watts Royal Air Force CC Elite at 1 lap
58 David Morris Harrogate Nova CC Elite at 1 lap
59 Jordan Peacock Rugby Velo Under 23 at 1 lap
60 Matthew Downes Paul Milnes Cycles/Bradford Olympic RC Under 23 at 1 lap
61 Joseph Andrews Fareham Wheelers CC Under 23 at 2 laps
62 Ben Spurrier Vicious Velo Elite at 2 laps
63 Alex Fanshawe Individual Member Under 23 at 2 laps

WOMEN

1 Annabel Simpson Hope FacTory Racing 0 0
2 Ffion James (J) Abergavenny RC/Lane/Govilon/Gateway 0 1
3 Amira Mellor (J) Paul Milnes Cycles/Braford Olympic RC 0 1
4 Merce Pacios Pujado Beeline Bicycles RT 0 6
5 Isla Rowntree Islabikes 1 3
6 Adela Carter Hope Factory Racing 1 10
7 Diane Lee Team Mulebar Girl – Sigma Sport 1 14
8 Ruby Miller Hargrove Cycles – Ridley RT 1 21
9 Sarah Murray www.cxmagazine.com 1 22
10 Abigail van Twisk (J) WXC World Racing 1 23
11 Sarah Lomas (J) Nutcracker Racing 1 37
12 Verity Appleyard Brotherton Cycles 1 40
13 Martha Gill (J) PH-MAS Cycling 3 7
14 Claire Beaumont Vicious Velo 3 51
15 Alexis Barnes WyndyMilla 4 15
16 Emily Barnes Team Mulebar Girl – Sigma Sport 4 58
17 Joanna Rycroft www.cxmagazine.com 5 16
18 Sophie Chastell (J) Welwyn Wheelers CC 5 16
19 Masie Duckworth (J) Wolverhampton Wheelers 5 16
20 Jade Mobbs (J) Leicestershire RC 5 47
21 Sherilyn Powell Chelmer CC 6 33
22 Ria Mobbs (J) Leicestershire RC 6 38
23 Lauren Humphreys Bonito Squadra Corse 7 7
24 Alice Miller Look Mum No Hands ! 7 14
25 Phoebe Martin (J) Lichfield City CC 7 51
26 Rebecca Richards Newark Castle CC 7 59