The Kenneth Lush Memorial Road Race

Road , Whitwell – Sunday, 20 Jul 2014

Event Details

Event URN:

289175

Start Date:

Sun, 20th Jul 2014

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

New Fellowship Hall, Bendish Hall, Whitwell, SG4 8HT
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Series:

Eastern Road Race League

Entry close date

Sun, 29th Jun 2014

Info for Riders

No preference is given to ERRL members


The Races

Date Start Race name Classification Band Rider Cat Race length
20/07/14 08:30 E/1/2/3 - 126 km National B Band 2 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite 126km / 78 miles

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Race E/1/2/3
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat
Sun 20/07/14 08:30 National B Band 2 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: On Day: (£20.00)
Race E/1/2/3
Sun 20/07/14 - 08:30
Classification: National B
Band: Band 2
Rider Cat: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: On Day: (£20.00)

Chris McNamara wins the 2014 Kenneth Lush Memorial Road Race

Posted 20/07/2014 - Frank Rawlins

Report by Snowdon Sports

Race winner Chris McNamara was one of four Pedal Heaven Colborne RT riders in the top ten at the Kenneth Lush Memorial Road Race at Bendish Hall in Hertfordshire on Sunday.

The 39-year-old faced stiff opposition from CC Luton’s Ashley Cox and Arctic Tacx RT rider Danny Axford but took victory by half a bike length.

The race exploded into life with three laps to go as Cox made a break off the front. He was later joined by McNamara and Axford and together the trio of riders managed to stay a minute ahead of the main bunch.

The 79-mile race came down to a three-man contest and coming into the finish, McNamara was able to steal the march on his rivals to take the win. Cox was second, pipping Axford to second spot on the podium.

Chris said: “Ashley Cox got away on the hill and I bridged across to him a couple of laps later, he’s strong rider. Then, with three or four miles to go, Danny joined us too and he put some good work in.

“By the time we got to the finish I think we were the three slowest riders on the track! We’d got a good gap over the rest of the bunch already though.

“I won the masters a month or so ago and I’ve been entering lots of crits and time trials, doing the 10s to mix it up a little. I’ve been trying to beat Connall Yates, he beat me by second yesterday!

“I’m entering the London Dynamo Road Race next week and then I’m going to have a go at the National 25. I don’t hold much hope for that but I’m feeling good.”


Results:

1 Chris McNamara (Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT)
2 Ashley Cox (CC Luton)
3 Danny Axford (Arctic Tacx RT)
4 Andrew Hastings (Richardsons Trek)
5 Douglas Coleman (CC Luton)
6 Jamie Pine (Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT)
7 Jamie Caldwell (Starley Primal Pro Cycling)
8 Dave Creeggan (Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT)
9 Josh Green (Neon Velo)
10 Lewis Atkins (Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT)

 

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Confirmed Results

Race E/1/2/3

Position Name Club name Rider status Category Points
Results
1 Chris McNamara Pedal Heaven RT Finished Elite 60
2 Ashley Cox CC Luton Finished Elite 52
3 Danny Axford Arctic Tacx RT Finished 2nd 45
4 Andrew Hastings Richardsons-Trek RT Finished Elite 40
5 Douglas Coleman CC Luton Finished 1st 35
6 Jamie Pine Pedal Heaven RT Finished Elite 31
7 Jamie Caldwell Velosure Starley Primal Finished Elite 27
8 David Creeggan Pedal Heaven RT Finished Elite 23
9 Joshua Green Neon-Velo Cycling Team Finished 1st 20
10 Lewis Atkins Pedal Heaven RT Finished Elite 17
11 Lewis Stevens Strada-Sport Finished 1st 15
12 Anthony Morris Cycle Club Ashwell (CCA) Finished 2nd 13
13 Michael Burke Welland Valley CC Finished 2nd 11
14 Wayne Crombie East London Velo Finished 2nd 9
15 Jack Steven East London Velo Finished 2nd 7
16 Henry Farrell CSE Racing Finished 2nd 6
17 James Hedley-Smith Pedal Power Loughborough Finished 2nd 5
18 Andrew Cartledge Peterborough CC Finished 3rd 3
19 Chris Jackson Strada-Sport Finished 2nd 2
20 George Wood Richardsons-Trek RT Finished 2nd 1
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