Road: Same again for winner Wilson

Road: Same again for winner Wilson

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Location: Salt Ayre Sports Centre, Lancaster, Lancashire
Event: 16 March 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

It was as you were at the Salt Ayre circuit as Simon Wilson (Team Corley Cycles) followed up his opening week win with victory in round two of the Wallis Cycles Spring Series.

A fast first few laps shredded an improved field for the feature race, and eventually a seven-strong group forged clear to fight out the finish where Wilson proved best in the sprint ahead of national hill climb champion Jack Pullar (Madison Genesis) and Richard Hepworth (Node4 Giordana Racing).

The fourth category race ended in a bunch sprint won by David Mirfield (Ride On) , and the women’s race also came down to a mass sprint where Katie Archibald (City of Edinburgh RC) came out on top.


1 Simon Wilson (Team Corley Cycles)
2 Jack Pullar (Madison Genesis)
3 Richard Hepworth (Node 4 Giordana Racing)
4 Ben Dean (Team Leapfrog)
5 Andy Coupe (Wheelbase Altura MGD)
6 Andy Whitehall (Velo Ecosse)
7 James Gullen (Team Hope Factory Racing)
8 Jacob Tipper (Biketreks Racing Academy)
9 Jack Waller (Spirit Bikes)
10 Steve Abbott (Teamwallis CHH RT)

4th Cat:
1 David Mirfield (Ride On)
2 David Allonby (
3 Simon Mulholland (
4 Neil Rollins (Ilkley CC)
5 Ben Oglesby (Alba Rosa CC)
6 Geoff Mates (BC Private Member)
7 Sterling Austin (Lancaster University CC)
8 James Dent (BC Private Member)
9 Lee Gates (Alba Rosa CC)
10 Ben Wheale

1 Katie Archibald (City of Edinburgh RC)
2 Louise Borthwick (Edinburgh RC)
3 Zoe Armstrong (Scott Contessa Epic RT)
4 Sarah Stephen (Stirling BC)
5 Flora Gillies (Team ASL360)
6 Amy Gornall (Scott Contessa Epic RT)
7 Lauren Brown (Abergavenny RC)
8 Jo Blackburn (Team Swift)
9 Claire Martin (Edinburgh RC)
10 Fiona Beard (Clifton CC)

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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.