Location: Cyclopark, Gravesend, Kent
Event: 27 January 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Redhill CC’s Ryan Visser notched up his fourth victory in the South East Road Race League’s Winter Series at the Cyclopark in Gravesend, Kent, on Sunday.
The 29-year-old from Redhill in Surrey secured the win in round six of the series to add to previous wins in the first three rounds of the series.
The victory also adds to his win at the same venue earlier this month in the fourth round of the Winter in the Park Series.
Second category rider Visser held off Aprire Bicycles’ 22-year-old Josh Lawless, who was also second in round five, while third spot went to Visser’s team-mate at Redhill CC, Dominic Clegg.
Dulwich Paragon CC rider Matt Hammond won the race for third and fourth category riders.
The 35-year-old Beckenham-based man’s victory was his second of the serious following his win in round four, and was his fourth time on the 3/4 podium.
Catford CC’s fourth cat rider Stephen Cavey took second, ahead of Kingston Wheelers’ Andrew Snook, also a fourth cat.
1 Ryan Visser (Redhill CC) 2
2 Josh Lawless (Aprire Bicycles) 1
3 Dominic Clegg (Redhill CC) 2
4 James Wallace (London Phoenix) 2V
5 Richard Trice (London Phoenix) 2
6 Philip Murrell (Finsbury Park) 2
7 Chris Dick (London Phoenix) 2
3/4 Cat Race:
1 Matt Hammond (Dulwich Paragon) 3
2 Stephen Cavey (Catford CC) 4
3 Andrew Snook (Kingston Wheelers) 4
4 Aaron Saturley (Dulwich Paragon) 3
5 Jeremy Broughton (London Dynamo) 3
6 Richard Bayfield (London Phoenix CC) 3
7 Shaun O’Hara (Essex Roads CC) 3
8 Tom Smith (CC Hackney) 3
9 Wayne van Rye (ViCiOUS VELO) 3V
10 Jess Harding (Neon Digital) 3
11 Richard Hemsley (Crawley Wheelers) 3
12 Ian Miller (Dulwich Paragon) 3
13 Owen Macknelly (San fairy Ann CC) 4
14 Melissa Brand (Pretorious Bikes) 3
DNF Marc Townsend (Neon Digital) 3
DNF Stephen McWilliams (unattached) 3
DNF Adrian Wills (Ashford Wheelers) 4
DNF Mark Simmonds (Kingnorth International Wh) 3V
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