PM Racing Team rider Billy-Joe Whenman took victory in the third round of the South East Road Race League at the Cyclopark in Gravesend, Kent, on Saturday.
The 22-year-old, who lives in the town, held off Pedal Heaven’s Tim Elverson for the win, while Jamie Fine (unattached) took third.
There was also a well-supported 3/4 category race, which saw 17-year-old Essex rider Ben Lamb take victory for the Wilier team, while Aprire Bicycles’ Phil Dempsey took second ahead of Twenty 3C rider Steven Skuse.
1 Billy-Joe Whenman (PM Racing)
2 Tim Elverson (Pedal Heaven RT)
3 Jamie Pine (London Dynamo)
4 Jake Martin (Cycle Premier-Kovert)
5 Luke Ryan (Team Toachim)
6 Chris Macnamara (Pedal Heaven RT)
7 Dean Shannon (Twenty3c-Orbea)
8 Jack Edwards (PM Racing)
9 Rhys Clegg (PM Racing)
10 Phil Lenney (Active Cycles)
1 Ben Lamb (Wilier-Live2Ride)
2 Phil Dempsey (Aprire Bicycles)
3 Stephen Skuse (Twenty3c-Orbea)
4 Nick Leech (In-Gear RT)
5 Simon Collins (Dulwich Paragon CC)
6 Ivan Jordan (Aprire Bicycles)
7 Stephen Swindley (Team Toachim)
8 Andrew Wills (Team Toachim)
9 Ross Bryan (Activ Cycles)
10 Peter Mahoney (Sydenham Wheelers)
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.