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Date published: Sat, 19 Sep 2020 08:43:42 GMT
Round 2 - 29/04/19
Round 2 League 2000

89 riders for the 2nd round in this years series. The good weather led to 50 PB's in the time trial with the fastest being Owen Newbury 74.8, George Walker 77.6, and equal 3rd Isabel Mayes and Niamh Elliott 80.5. The biggest improvement was Evie Louise Roose who took 57 secs from her time. The skills course saw Daisy Freer conquering it in 23 secs with Matthew White 26 secs and Kacey Eyeington 27 secs.

The Road Race results saw the 5 lap going to Daisy Freer ahead of Kacey Eyeington and Stephen Bailes. It was decided that because of the racing crash and subsequent early finish in the 4 lap event that no result would be given.

3 laps Olly Diro Ejara crossed 1st with Harvey Simpson 2nd and Daniel Shipton 3rd. 2 laps went to Charlie Brooks ahead of Leo Hall and Felix Levell. The small lap event Luke Shipton was victorious with Reuben Squire and Louisa Palmer 2nd and 3rd.

Best wishes to the crash victims and hope you are racing again soon.

A request to parents especially in the 1st 2 road races please can you try and get your children to continue in a straight line after the finish and to slow down slowly. Whilst I was not present last night I have been informed how one of the accidents occurred and over the years I have witnessed a number of near misses. We do not have anyway of controlling the movements of the riders after the races.

Thanks and see you all on 13/05/2019.

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 01 May 2019 - 10:13:34 |
2019 Round 1.
League 2000 Round 1

Only 66 riders for this year's, the 22nd running, League 2000. Mainly due to the school holidays. However some excellent racing took place with a lot riding the series for the 1st time.

Euan Sanderson 71.2 was fastest in the TT with a PB of 71.2, followed by 1st timer Owen Newbury 75.5 and Isabel Mayes also with a PB of 78.8. The biggest improvement was George Davis by 55 secs.

A gentle skills course to ease riders into the new series was won by Kacey Eyeington 24 secs with Daniel Thompson 2nd 26 secs and a 3 way tie for 3rd Oliver Gatenby, Matthew White and Stephen Bailes all with 31 secs.

The handicapped RR's were well fought between the riders, although the 4 lap and 5 lap ending in darkness.

The 5 lap went to Euan Sanderson who fought his way from the scratch mark to beat Oliver Gatenby into 2nd with Stephen Bailes 3rd. 4 Laps Matthew Downs was victorious,again battling his way from the scratch mark in beating Lewis Maynard 2nd and Aiden Colmer 3rd.

Daniel Shipton crossed the line in 1st place to take the victory in the 3 lap race. A closely fought race Harvey Simpson finishing 2nd ahead of 1st timer David Carter in 3rd. the 2 lap race saw Matilda Robertson claiming the honours ahead of Leo Hall 2nd and Felix Levell 3rd. 2 Small laps was a clear win for 1st timer Jasmine Grant with another newcomer Evie Louise Roose in 2nd with Luke Shipton 3rd.

Next round 29/04/2019

Posted by Ram on Thursday 25 April 2019 - 16:00:36 |
League 2000 Rd 12 - Final one of this season.
A wet night for the 74 riders in the last round of this year’s League 2000 our 22nd.
However it did not deter the excellent racing with 20 personal bests in the time trial including Ben Green’s 48 second improvement. Connor Ali’s 71.8 being the fastest on the night ahead of Euan Sanderson 72.8 and Thomas Godber 78.6.
The skills course which for the final night was an out and back with riders having to do the majority of obstacles in both directions, was a victory for Kacey Eyeington in 35 secs. Ahead of Daniel Thompson 37 secs. and Daisy Freer 39 secs.
3 of the 5 road races ended in bunch sprints which proved difficult for the judges especially in the wet conditions and failing light. The most difficult being the 5 lap which saw victory going to Oliver Gatenby ahead of George Walker and unable to separate them in joint 3rd Daniel Thompson and Stephen Bailes. 4 laps fell to Tom Brennan in another tight finish from Stacey Williams 2nd and 3rd placed Lewis Anderson. The final bunch sprint was the 3 lap which saw Lewis Maynard crossing the line 1st with Jake Davidson 2nd and Hannah Wells 3rd.
Charlotte Harper was a clear winner of the 2 lap event with Ethan S-Willis crossing in 2nd place ahead of Florence Levell 3rd. The small laps victor was Claudia Davies who was clear of Naomi Green with Luke Shipton 3rd.
1025 individual rides an average of 85 per round. 149 riders taking part. 79 personal bests
Congratulations to all who took part in the series and a great big thank you to all those who helped out in the series if it was not for you there would be no League 2000. The presentation will be in October look out for the notices.

Posted by Ram on Thursday 20 September 2018 - 22:27:00 |
League 2000 Rd 11
The penultimate round of this years series saw 67 riders on a lovely calm night. The conditions helped 23 riders to PB’s with Ben Green’s 44 second improvement being the best. Connor Ali’s 69.8 secs being the fastest on the night ahead of Ben White 74.8 and Ben Etherington 76.6.
Kacey Eyeington provided the best time in the skills test with a 33 second round, Joel Hurt’s 36 secs good enough for 2nd with Patrick Killcullen in 3rd place 40 secs.
The 5 lap RR saw Ben Etherington crossing the line in 1st place in a bunch sprint ahead of Ben White with Oliver Gatenby 3rd.
U8 rider Lewis Anderson was 1st in the 4 lap race coming through from scratch clear from Lewis Maynard and Ewan Whiting. The 3rd lap event Daniel Shipton was a clear winner Matthew Best in 2nd and Ethan S-Willis 3rd. 2 laps went to Finley Adamson who saw off the challenge from Kaden Scollay Florence Levell a close 3rd. Luke Shipton, keeping up with his older brother was victorious in the small lap race ahead of newcomer Todd Smith-Notman with Leo Hall 3rd.
Pleased to say that the crash victims in the 4 lap race escaped with cuts, bruises and swollen elbow, nothing broken.
The last round is in two weeks.

Posted by Ram on Monday 10 September 2018 - 09:57:31 |
League 2000 Rd 10
League 2000 Round 10
64 riders for round 10 of the League 2000, the holiday season has kicked in. The riders were greeted by heavy rain for the skills and time trial, however it brightened up for the road races.
Despite the rain 12 riders did PB’s with India Maciver’s 32 second improvement being the biggest. Fastest three were Connor Ali 73.5, Ben White 74.8 and Thomas Godber 77.3.
The skills test, minus the seesaw because of the rain also had Connor on the top step with his time of 24 seconds ahead of Patrick Killcullen 26 secs and Oliver Gatenby 28 secs.
The 5 lap RR saw a bunch sprint with Ben Etherington edging ahead of 2nd place Thomas Godber with Ben White 3rd. Adam Makepeace was a clear winner in the 4 lap event with Fin Godber just edging out Lewis Maynard for 2nd and 3rd.
Daniel Shipton was the victor in the 3 lap Matthew Best coming in 2nd with William Rowan 3rd. The 2 lap event newcomer Finley Adamson was victorious Leo Hall crossing 2nd and Luke Boothby 3rd. Keeping it in the family Luke Shipton won the small lap race Rebecca Walker and Naomi Green finishing 2nd and 3rd.
The overall table is taking good shape with two rounds remaining. Best 10 results to count

Posted by Ram on Monday 10 September 2018 - 09:56:40 |
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