Road: Chamberlain secured MK victory

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Location: Milton Keynes Bowl, Buckinghamshire
Event: 17 May 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Team Corley Cycles’ Roy Chamberlain took victory in the latest round of the Abbeygate Developments/Corley Cycles Summer Series staged at the Milton Keynes Bowl in Buckinghamshire on Thursday evening.

The 47-year-old from Newport Pagnell showed his younger rivals a clean pair of heels at the end of the race, which was staged over one hour and five laps of the popular circuit.

Chamberlain held off 18-year-old Ed Clemens (VC10) from Aylesbury, while third spot went to Zappi’s CC rider Will Fox from Banbury.

Running simultaneously was the race for third and fourth category riders, women and juniors, and it was another Team Corley rider, junior Ben Chapman, who took the win from Cyclesport’s Chris Hurd.



1 Roy Chamberlain Team Corley Cycles/Blue 01:07:16

2 Ed Clemens VC10

3 Will Fox Zappi CC

4 Nick Baker Zappi CC

5 Mike Smith Team Corley Cycles/Blue

6 Mike Wragg Team MK

7 Ian Cooper Planet X

8 Jamie Caldwell Cycle Premier - Kovert

9 Mike Jackson CC Luton

10 Chris Dredge Team Corley Cycles/Blue

11 Steve Golla High Wycombe CC

12 Liam Stones Team Corley Cycles/Blue

13 Flavio Zappi Zappi CC

14 Chris Snook Banjo Cycles

15 Sam Parker Zappi CC

16 Ian Knight Team Corley Cycles/Blue

17 Adam Brittan High Wycombe CC

18 John Peters CC Luton

19 Ross Mallen RAF CC

20 Aaron McCaffrey Virgin Active

21 Cameron Foster Zappi CC

22 Mike Deeney CC Luton


1 17 Ben Chapman Team Corley Cycles 01:08:23

2 89 Chris Hurd Cyclesport

3 100 Phil Holland

4 84 Simon Moss Spirit RT

5 29 Paul Bird Virgin Active

6 7 Adam Fisher Private Member

7 82 Lubomir Belak Welwyn Wheelers

8 12 Nick Adkins Aylesbury CC

9 26 Ian Goold Virgin Active

10 16 Richard Stanton Arbis/Roy Pink

11 41 Dan Tamplin Aylesbury CC

12 102 Mark Booth Team MK

13 79 Jonathon Marchini Beeline Bikes

14 91 Luke Bennett RAF CC

15 2 Steve Goodman Twenty3c

16 13 Glenn McMenamin Twenty3c

17 21 Jason Lazard Twenty3c

18 83 Steve Torley Twenty3c

19 90 Barry Morris RAF CC

20 3 Nigel Hobday Cambridge CC

21 74 Adrian Gill Club Corley Cycles

22 85 Stuart Sargeant Arbis/Roy Pink

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.