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Date published: Fri, 28 Jul 2017 05:53:53 GMT
Round 11...
Round 11 saw 60 riders on a lovely evening although the wind was building up for
the road races.

The skills test was a relatively long course with a close result (well for 3rd
place). Harrison Lee was way ahead in 1st place with a time of 42 secs, Kacey
Eyeington coming in 2nd with 49 secs. however Ross Turner, Lewis Dolan and Joel
Hurt all tying for 3rd place in 50 secs.

The warm evening helped 29 riders do PB's with Fin Childes taking a whopping 67
secs of his previous time. Toby Tanfield was fastest in 69.90 (PB) Joe Jackson
2nd in 72.80 (PB) and Ross Turner 3rd in 72.90.

Again some excellent racing in the RR's the 5 lap being the closest with just a
tyre separating Toby Tanfield in 1st place from Ross Turner in 2nd with Lewis
Dolan a close 3rd.
4 Laps fell to Adam Makepeace who was well clear of 2nd placed Thomas Godber,
Patrick Killcullen just behind in 3rd. The 3 lap race was a victory for Lauchlan
Hill who beat his brother Rhuari Hill into 2nd Fin Godber coming in 3rd.

2 Laps victor was Sean Dolan who finished a number of bike lengths ahead of 2nd
placed Ryan Garbutt and 3rd placed Sam Lane. In the 2 small laps Jake Corby
crossed the line 1st ahead of Ethan S-Willis 2nd and Edward Redshaw 3rd.


Monday 22nd sees the final round taking place for 2016

Posted by Ram on Monday 26 December 2016 - 22:22:34 |
Round 10...
Only 48 riders for the 10th round of this years series, holidays keeping a lot
of riders away.
However the weather was good which helped 19 riders to their PB's in the TT, the
biggest improvement going to Annie Kirton by 29 secs. The top 3 were Samuel
Wilkinson 72.90 , Harrison Lee 78.70 and Ben White 81.60

The skills test went to Patrick Killcullen in 40 secs with Harrison Lee 2nd in
42 secs and 3rd Joel Hurt 43 secs

The RR's were all clear cut affairs
In the 5 lap race Harrison Lee improved his Skills and TT position to take
victory ahead of Ben Etherington in 2nd and Joel Hurt 3rd. 4 laps saw Matthew
White crossing the line 1st with Cody Lee coming in 2nd and Isabel Mayes 3rd.

Newcomer Alex Young was the winner of the 3 lap event ahead of Alex Marr and
Lewis Maynard. Alex's brother Daniel Young was the clear winner in the 2 lap
event Sam Dixon taking 2nd place ahead of 3rd placed Rebecca Mayes. The two
small laps event also saw a newcomer taking the honours with Fin Childs crossing
the line 1st ahead of Joseph McLean in 2nd and Ethan S-Willis 3rd

Just to make those new to our League aware the prizes handed out at the circuit
are for placings in the 5 road races, the overall prizes will be handed out at
our prize presentation which brings me to my next point can those trophy holders
from 2015 Please return them at one of the last two rounds, which are August
15th and 22nd.

Posted by Ram on Monday 26 December 2016 - 22:21:23 |
Round 9...
Warm sunshine greeted the 72 riders who participated in Round 9 of this years

Unfortunately two crashes on the night hope all the riders are OK.

The weather helped 26 riders to their PB's with Isabel Savill have the biggest
improvement of 31 seconds.
The race went the way of Aaron Preston in 67.80 ahead of Toby Tanfield 72.80 and
Samuel Wilkinson 73.60

The skills was a dead heat between Aaron and Toby in 30 secs 2 of the 3 riders
with clear rounds, Patrick Kilcullen was 3rd with 40 secs. Joel Hurt was the
other clear round.

A very close finish in the 5 lap race which saw Ross turner edging out Toby for
1st position, Harrison Lee a close 3rd.

The 4 lap race also finished with a bunch sprint this time Ben Etherington being
succesful, Patrick Killcullen and Daniel Saba 2nd and 3rd. 3 Laps was a Jewitt
sandwich with Sophie Jewitt finishing in front of Adam Makepeace and Josh Jewitt
3rd. 2 Laps was a clear victory for Aiden Colmer with Hayden Savill ahead of
Ryan Garbutt.

2 small laps was another victory for the girls with Holly Bunfield-Jones taking
the honours Edward Redshaw coming through from the back to take 2nd and Felix
Levell 3rd

Posted by Ram on Monday 26 December 2016 - 22:20:31 |
Round 8...
A rather (very) wet night didn't deter 54 riders turning up for round 8 of this
years series. Although some did choose to go to the school proms!

The TT went the way of Samuel Wilkinson with a time of 74.9 with Samuel Rea in
2nd and Lewis Dolan 3rd. 10 riders did do a PB with Esme Tucker-McAuley taking
9.90 secs off her time.

The skills also went to Samuel in 48 secs, 13 secs faster than 2nd place Kacey
Eyeington who was a second in front of joint 3rd Joel Hurt and Daisy Freer. Some
riders pleased to see that the see-saw was not included due to the rain.

Ben Etherington was in charge of the 5 lap event with the front groups working
together well to ensure the scratch riders did not catch them, Ben Massey coming
in 2nd ahead of Daisy Freer. 4 Laps went to Matthew White a clear victor. Owen
Massey finishing 2nd ahead of Sophie Jewitt 3rd. The 3 lap race went to Josh
Jewitt beating Huw Prost to the line with Stacey Williams in 3rd. Aiden Colmer
was another clear winner in the 2 lap event Hayden Savill coming 2nd clear of
Rebecca Mayes. 2 Small laps winner was again Megan Thom, Felix Levell finishing
2nd and in 3rd William Prost. Nice to see the girls in the placings in all 5

Also well done to all the riders for their fine riding in such bad conditions.

Next round July 18th

Posted by Ram on Monday 26 December 2016 - 22:19:01 |
Round 7...
First of all I hope our crash victims are feeling a lot better today and looking
forward to getting out on the bikes again.

83 riders on a lovely warm evening, the time trial fell to Hugo Lutz Atkinson
who was one of the 41 riders who ndid PB's in his time of 69.9, 3 seconds clear
of Ross Turner with Samuel Wilkinson 3rd in 73.8. Biggest improvement went to
Carys Kelly who knocked a massive 63 secs. off.

Hugo was also victor in the skills event with a time of 33 secs, 6 secs ahead of
brother Max with Lewis Dolan 3rd in 40 secs.

The 2 small lap RR went the way of Megan Thom who starting at the back made her
way through the field, Carys Kelly and Holly Bunfield-Jones finishing 2nd and
3rd. The 2 lap race went to Sam Dixon with
Esme Tucker-McAuley 2nd and Isaac Worrall 3rd
Josh Jewitt was a clear winner in the 3 lap race ahead of Aiden Colmer in 2nd
with Fin Godber 3rd.

Because of the crash in the 2 lap race and the impending arrival of the
ambulance the 4 lap race and 5 lap race were run as 1 5 lap. Ross Turner coming
out as winner in a close sprint with Hugo Lutz-Atkinson. Lewis Dolan a close

Another plea from me PLEASE when racing ride in a straight line there was one
rider weaving all across the track if this does occur again riders will be

Next round July 4th.

Posted by Ram on Monday 26 December 2016 - 22:17:58 |
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