Road: Chris Moores wins latest SERRL event

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Location: Cyclopark, near Gravesend, Kent
Event: 26 May 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Second cat Tooting racer Chris Moores secured victory in the latest round of the SERRL Summer Series, staged at the Cyclopark near Gravesend in Kent on Saturday.

The 30-year-old Norwood Paragon rider took victory ahead of Aprire Bicycles rival Malcolm Davies from Maidstone, while his brother Ben Moores took third, just holding off 20-year-old elite rider Dominic Schils for the final spot on the podium.

The 12th round of the series, the event had 19 finishers in the race for E/1/2 riders, and the podium was dominated by second category entrants.

Taylor Johnstone (Team De Ver) was the best Under-23 rider in fifth spot, while Josh Parkin (Aprire Bicycles) was another two places back as best junior.

In the supporting race, Ealing-based Fabio Amati (Aprire Bicycles) won from 16-year-old James Wood (Catford CC), while another 16-year-old rider, Maximilian Stedman of Palmer Park Velo, took third.



1 Chris Moores Norwood Paragon 2
2 Malcolm Davies Aprire Bicycles RT 2
3 Ben Moores Norwood Paragon 2
4 Dominic Schils Van Eyck E
5 Taylor Johnstone Team De Ver 1 u23
6 Richard Mason London Dynamo 1
7 Josh Parkin Aprire Junior
8 Rhys Clegg PM Racing 2 U23
9 Stephen Swindley Team Toachim 2 U23
10 Phil Dempsey Aprire Bicycles 2
11 Robin Parker East Grinstead CC 2
12 Chris Wood Wyndymilla - UK Youth 2
13 Ralph de Kanter Norwood Paragon CC 3
14 David Seager PM Racing 1
15 Christian Rudolf De Laune 2
16 Kevin Knox ViCiOUS VELO 1V
17 David Murrell London Phoenix CC 2
18 Harry Godding PM Racing 2J
19 Matt Barlow Velo Schills-Interbike 2


1 Fabio Amati Aprire Bicycles 3
2 James Wood Catford CC 3J
3 Maximilian Stedman Palmer Park Velo RT YA
4 TIM BUTT Maldon CC 3
5 Joe Godding PM Racing 3
6 Nick Leech In Gear 3
7 Simon Collins Dulwich Paragon 3
8 Derek Wiles Private 3
9 Jonathan Maher Dulwich Paragon 3
10 Tristan Guyard Team Toachim
11 Ian Leeding Norwood Paragon 3V
12 Robert Pace Redhill CC 3
13 Richard Bayfield London Phoenix CC 3
14 Andrew Wills Team Toachim 3V
15 Neil Pearson Gemini BC 3
16 Liam Walsh VC Deal 3
17 Osama Asem Finchley RT 4
18 Alex Robbins Dulwich Paragon CC 3
19 Paul Butler InGear Quickvit Trainsharp 3
20 Chris King Catford CC 3
21 Patrick Scarboro Catford CC 3 U23
22 Nick Jeffery 4T+Velo Club 3v
23 mark Simmonds kingsnorth Int Wheelers 3v

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.