Location: Bath, Somerset
Event: 23 May 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports
Alec Baskaya of Dream Cycling won on home soil on Wednesday in the fourth round of the Bath Cycle Races.
The 24-year-old beat Colin Parry (Wilier/Live to Ride) into second with Tom Marshall (Cadence Cannondale) finishing third.
In the 3/4/J1/J2/J3 race, it was Ride 24/7’s Mark Munns who took first place, ahead of Cycology Bikes’ Edward Griffin.
Adel Tyson-Bloor of VC St Raphael won the women’s event and in the under 16s it was Adam Beddall (Gloucester City CC) who was victorious. In the under 14 race, it was Ryan White of1st Chard Wheelers who won.
1 Alec Baskaya (Dream Cycling)
2 Colin Parry (Wilier/Live to Ride)
3 Tom Marshall (Cadence Cannondale)
4 Toby Eichler (Wilier/Live to Ride)
5 Nick Noble (Bristol RC)
6 John Wager (Felt-Colbournes RT)
7 Charles Coleman (Cadence Cannondale)
8 Nicholas Tilling (GWR Team)
9 John Whittington (CNP- Orbea)
10 Tavis Walker (Wilier/Live to Ride)
1 Mark Munns (Ride 24/7)
2 Edward Griffin (Cycology Bikes)
3 Pierre Thomas (Bath University CC)
4 Michael Ward (Velo Club Montpellier)
5 Matthew Franklin (Bristol RC)
6 Scott Chalmers (Dream Cycling)
7 Matthew Derrick (Dream Cycling)
8 Steven Cottington (Cadence RT)
9 Mitch Evans (Ride 24/7)
10 Aaron Taylor (Ride 24/7)
1 Adel Tyson-Bloor (VC St Raphael)
2 Nicole Walters (Team Hope Factory Racing)
3 Claire Taylor (Gloucester City CC)
1 Adam Beddall (Gloucester City CC)
2 Rob Hogg (1st Chard Wheelers)
3 Jake Thomas (Bristol Cycling Development Squad)
1 Ryan White (1st Chard Wheelers)
2 Charlie McDonald (Bristol Cycling Development Squad)
3 Megan Chard (Bush Healthcare CRT)
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.