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- Start Date:
Sat, 28th Jun 2014
- Event Type:
Newdigate Village Hall, Kingsland, Newdigate, Surrey, RH5 5DA
- Entry close date
Sun, 22nd Jun 2014
Redhill Cycling Club promotes the annual open road race for Elite to third categories. This is a National B in Band 2.
The race will cover eight laps plus 3km of the Norwood Hill circuit: http://www.surreyleague.co.uk/courses/norwoodhill.htm
A generous cash and/or cycle shop sponsor voucher prizes will be awarded as follows (TBC):
The HQ is: Newdigate Village Hall, Kingsland, Newdigate, Surrey RH5 5DA.
Entry is through the British Cycling website only. The organiser to select the field and unsuccessful applicants will receive a refund.
For more information contact Phil Jemmison - email@example.com
Info for Riders
** UPDATE 28TH JUNE - entry today is possible today as some riders have withdrawn. More information on Facebook, search for redhillccrr
|Date||Start||Race name||Classification||Band||Rider Cat||Race length|
|28/06/14||13:30||E/1/2/3||National B||Band 2||1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite||136km / 85 miles|
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|Sat 28/06/14||13:30||National B||Band 2||1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite|
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Sat 28/06/14 - 13:30
Classification: National B
Band: Band 2
Rider Cat: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Posted 29/06/2014 - Phillip Jemmison
Report by Phillip Jemmison/Snowdon Sports
James Roe (GVC Edmond De Rothschild) took victory in the annual Redhill Cycling Club open road race on the Norwood Hill Circuit.
The race was fully booked for a field of 80, however 62 Riders rolled out of Newdigate Village Hall to complete eight and a quarter laps of the ten-mile circuit.
Weather during the event was mixed. The roads were damp from rain earlier in the day, and there were two heavy rain showers during the race.
At the end of the first lap, three riders had an advantage on the bunch and Chris McNamara of Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT won the first prime. By the third lap the break was joined with a further rider, thus comprising Ryan Perry (Army Cycling Union), Harold Evans (Cadence Cycling Performance) and Thomas Bowering (VC Meudon).
As the laps passed, the initial break was caught by the bunch. Subsequent racers went off the front during the following laps, with a larger break forming and comprising Steven Baker (Army Cycling Union), Roy Chamberlain (Team Corley Cycles), Michael Cripps (Army Cycling Union), Andrew Boyd (Dulwich Paragon CC), Bevan Humprhires (BH-Solidor-WAH Youth), Sean McGovern (Teamwallis CHH Racing Team), Christopher Morrison (Cadence Cycling Performance), Tom Neale (Team Corley Cycles), James Roe (GVC Edmond De Rothschild) and Max Stedman (Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT).
This break had formed an advantage of two minutes on the bunch at the start of the final lap, where Max Stedman won the prime. However, this break was being chased by Alex Higman of Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT who was just a minute down.
The race was won by James Roe of GVC Edmond De Rothschild, after three hours and nine minutes of racing. The other results are awaiting validation by the Chief Commissaire.
Redhill Cycling Club thank all the entrants for taking part in the event, the club volunteers and BC Commissaires for enabling the event, and C&N Cycles in Redhill for sponsorship.
1. James Roe - Guernsey Velo
2. Seam McGovern - Teamwallis CHH Racing Team
3. Bevan Humphries - BH-Solidor-WAH Youth
4. Max Stedman - Pedal Heaven Colbornes RT
5. Michael Cripps - Army Cycling Union
6. Roy Chaimberlain - Team Corley Cycles
7. Christopher Morrison - Cadence Cycling Performance
8. Tom Neale - Team Corley Cycles
9. Steven Baker - Army Cycling Union
10. Lewis Atkins – Pedal Heaven Colbornes RTView Full Report