Road: Reid rules in Lancaster sprint

Road: Reid rules in Lancaster sprint

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Location: Salt Ayre Sports Centre, Lancaster
Event: 30 March 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Part of a five-man break that lapped the rest of the field, Stuart Reid (Wheelbase) outsprinted James Gullen (Team Hope Factory Racing) to take the honours in the fourth round of the Wallis Cycles Spring Series at Salt Ayre.

The pair finished clear of their breakaway companions, third place going to Ben Dean (Team Leapfrog), as the leaders attacked each other in the closing stages.

Pete Hollis (Ribble Valley CRC) headed a bunch sprint at the end of the fourth-category race where the field included seven paracyclist competitors, and the women’s race also finished with a bunch sprint led home by Lauren Brown (Abergavenny. RC).


1 Stuart Reid (Wheelbase)
2 James Gullen (Team Hope Factory Racing)
3 Ben Dean (Team Leapfrog)
4 Steve Stoneman (Bott Cycling)
5 Julian Pearson (Teamwallis)
6 Matt Winston (VC St Raphael)
7 Sandy Lockett (Biketreks)
8 Ryan McGillick (Mossley CRT)
9 Sean McGovern (Teamwallis)
10 John Didsbury (Salt Ayre Cog Set)

4th Cat:
1 Pete Hollis (Ribble Valley CRC)
2 Geoff Mates (BC Private Member)
3 Neil Rollins (Ilkley CC)
4 Lee Gates (Alba Rosa CC)
5 Josh Vincent (BC Private Member)
6 Adrian Reynolds (Somerset RC0
7 James Dent (BC Private Member)
8 Ben Oglesby (Alba Rosa CC)
9 David Stephen (Stirling BC)
10 Andrew Butler (Lune RCC)

1 Lauren Brown (Abergavenny RC)
2 Rachel Murray (VC St Raphael)
3 Sarah Stephen (Stirling BC)
4 Zoe Armstrong (Scott Contessa)
5 Gaby Shaw (All Terrain Cycles)
6 Frances White (Champion Systems Maxgear)
7 Amy Gornall (Scott Contessa)
8 Sarah Rose (Team 22)
9 Lynn Hamel (Herbalife-Leisure Lakes Bikes)
10 Jess Atkinson (Team 22)

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