Road: League victory for Davies at Benenden


Location: Benenden, Kent
Event: 16 September 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Celebrating his first road win since his debut season in 2008, Maidstone’s Malcolm Davies (Aprire Bicycles) came out on top in the SERRL Summer Series round on the 10.6-mile Benenden-Sandhurst circuit in Kent.

The 39-year-old finished ahead of 18-year-old junior Harry Godding (PM Racing), also from Maidstone, after six laps with veteran Julian Bray (Dulwich Paragon CC) in third place.


1st Malcolm Davies (Aprire Bicycles RT) 2

2nd Harry Godding (PM Racing) 2J

3rd Julian Bray (Dulwich Paragon) 2v

4th Phil Dempsey (Aprire Bicycles) 2

5th Rhys Clegg (PM Racing) 2 U23

6th Keith Lea (Addiscombe CC) 3V

7th Stephen Swindley (Team Toachim) 2 U23

8th Josh Parkin (unattached)

9th Jason Nind (Wigmore CC) 2

10th Mark Poland (In Gear) 3

11th Mat Hammond (Dulwich Paragon) 4

12th Fabio Amati (Aprire Bicycles) 2

13th Sean O’Regan (Team Toachim) 2v

14th Kevin Newland (4T+ Velo Club) 4

15th Derek Wiles (unattached) 3

16th Rolandas Razgauskis (unattached) 3

17th Shaun O'Hara (Essex Roads CC) 3

18th Christian Rudolf (De Laune) 2

19th Matti Lehto (unattached)

20th Mark McCullagh (Dulwich Paragon) 2V

21st Nick Dibble (4t+velo club)

22nd Craig Barton (San Fairy Ann CC) 4

23rd Andy Lack (Kingston Wheelers) 2V

24th Andrew Wills (Team Toachim) 3V

25th Huck Garip (unattached) 4v

26th Shaun Williams (San Fairy Ann CC)

27th Marc Townsend ( 3

28th Simon Bennett (VC Deal) 4V

29th Sam Bradford (VC Elan) 3

30th Keith Walker (Wigmore CC) 2V

31st Matthew Briers (Condor) 3

32nd Richard Bayfield (London Phoenix CC) 3

33rd Scott Gilchrist (Condor Cycles) 3

34th Michael Testori (Team Toachim )

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.