Location: Tudor Grange Park, Solihull, West Midlands
Event: 5 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Showing his liking for the Tudor Grange Park circuit, James Locker (BC Private Member) followed up his win in Solihull CC’s event four days earlier with victory in the feature race of the University of Birmingham’s criterium meeting.
The Lapworth 19-year-old, winner of the Spring Chicken road race earlier in the season, continued his good run at the main expense of second-placed Callum Bramley (Langdale Lightweights RT) and Dean Parkes (Clay Cross RT) as under-23 riders filled all three podium slots.
Ben McCabe secured a win for meeting sponsors Clut Racing Cycles in the supporting race for fourth categories, while the women’s race saw 17-year-old Annasley Park (Abergavenny RC) land her first win of the season.
1 James Locker (BC Private Member)
2 Callum Bramley (Langdale Lightweights RT)
3 Dean Parkes (Clay Cross RT)
4 Gareth Jones (Wolverhampton Wheelers)
5 Gareth Scott (Beacon Roads CC)
6 Alex Simmons (Swinnerton Cycles)
7 Phillip Hinch (Brotherton Cycles)
8 Justin Belcher (Banbury Star CC)
9 Oliver Hambrey (BC Private Member)
10 Chris Wilkinson (Paramount CRT)
1 Ben McCabe (Cult Racing)
2 Alastair Canaway (Birmingham University CC)
3 Chris Bailey (Lyme RC)
4 Gary Price (BC Private Member)
5 Ben Rowe (GS Henley)
6 Andrew Clayton (Beacon Roads CC)
7 James Ellmore (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
8 Steve Douglas (Cult Racing)
9 Neil Taylor (Solihull CC)
10 James Ellridge (Climb On Bikes CC)
1 Annasley Park (Abergavenny RC)
2 Lara Nyman (Birmingham University CC)
3 Eleanor Jones (VC St Raphael)
4 Emma Birtles (Lichfield City CC)
5 Lydia Gurley (Birmingham University CC)
6 Harriet Guest (Army CU)
7 Natasha Cutmore (Birmingham University CC)
8 Alice Saltmarsh (Cult Racing)
9 Rose Croggan
10 Jessie Ansell (Wolverhampton Wheelers)
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