Road: Whenman wins latest SERRL event

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Location: Cyclopark, Gravesend, Kent
Event: 27 September 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Notching up his 11th win in the series, Billy Whenman (Velo Schils-Interbike) won the 22nd and final race in the South East League’s Thursday Evening Series staged at the Cyclopark in Gravesend, Kent.

The 23-year-old, who is from Gravesend, has dominated many of the E/1/2 races he has ridden at the venue, and made it 11 wins in the midweek series when he took victory ahead of Zappi’s Pro Cycling rival Adam Cotterell, while John Wager (Felt-Colbornes) completed the podium in third spot.

Meanwhile, in the supporting race for third and fourth category riders, 32-year-old London-based Rolandas Razgauskis (unattached), who finished second in round 19 of the midweek series three weeks previously, took victory ahead of Dulwich Paragon’s Jonathan Maher.



1st Billy Whenman Velo Schils Interbike Elite

2nd Adam Cotterell Zappi Pro Cycling 1

3rd John Wager Felt-Colbornes RT Elite

4th Andrew Griffiths JS Sigma Elite

5th Dean Shannon Orbea Elite

6th Andrew Hastings Metaltek Scott Elite

7th Josh Lawless Aprire Bicycles 1

8th Pete Wager Felt-Colbornes RT 1

9th Justin Hoy Felt-Colbornes RT Elite

10th Mike Auger Strada Sport 1

11th Luke Ryan Orbea 1

12th Ben Moores Norwood Paragon 2

13th Harry Godding PM Racing 2J

14th Phil Dempsey Aprire Bicycles 2

15th Tim Butt Maldon CC 1

16th Shaun Duffield Team Gwb ACTiV 2

17th Robin Parker East Grinstead CC 2

18th Mark McCullaugh Dulwich Paragon 2

19th Jake Martin Cycle Premier Elite

20th Malcolm Davies Aprire Bicycles 2

21st Tom Fitzpatrick Strada Sport 1


1 Rolandas Razgauskis Private 3

2 Jonathan Maher Dulwich Paragon 3

3 Simon Bennett VC VC Deal 4V

4 Mark Hurrell Velo Schils Interbike 3

5 Steve Hambling Team Gwb ACTiV 3

6 Matthew Bubear South Downs Bikes 3V

7 Ian Lloyd San Fairy Ann CC 4

8 Keith McCrudden Team Gwb ACTiV 2

9 Cliff Steele Brixton Cycles 3v

10 Kevin Jeffries Velo Schils Interbike 4

11 Mark Simmonds Kingsnorth International 3

12 Andrew Macey Ashford Wheelers 3

13 Os Assem Finchley RT 4

14 Owen Macknelly Sydenham wheelers 4

15 Colin Wooland Ashford Wheelers 4

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