Location: Dunsfold Park, Surrey
Event: 24 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Jack Noy (Cycleworks) took his first ever win when he was the fastest in a 26-rider bunch sprint in the fourth category Surrey League race at Dunsfold Park.
Noy, 22, from Guildford, has made the switch from mountain biking this year and covered the 30-mile circuit race in one hour 15 minutes.
The former downhill mountain biker recorded three top 20 placings in the British Downhill Series in 2009.
In his first year of road racing Noy has already had three top ten results at the Eelmore Circuit and will now move up to be a third category rider.
Steve Moulder, 45 and from Dorking, took second place and Martin Edmonds (Brighton Mitre) came home in third.
1 Jack Noy (Cycleworks) in 01:15:00
2 Steve Moulder (Dorking CC)
3 Martin Edmonds (Brighton Mitre)
4 Martin Koester(PMC Gatorade)
5 Natty Hall (Cycleworks)
6 Alan Newman (Brighton Mitre)
7 Simon Head (Dulwich Paragon CC)
8 Andrew Lindsay (PMC Gatorade)
9 James Willerton (Dorking CC)4
10 Simon Atkinson (Worthing Excelsior)
11 Ed Raynard(Brighton Mitre CC)
12 Keith Gandy (VC Meudon)
13 Adam Leech (Cranleigh CC)
14 Neil James (Dorking CC)
15 Stuart Davison (Redhill Cycling Club)
16 Michael Donohue (Private Member)
17 Peter Eveleigh (Redhill Cycling Club)
18 Ben Hatton (InGear Quickvit Trainsharp)
19 Peter Farnfield (Redhill Cycling Club)
20 Massimo Saetta (Kingston Wheelers)
21 Jonathan Wren (Cleveleys RC)
22 Stuart Grieg (Redhill Cycling Club)
23 Ben Osborn (Private Member)
24 David Sear (Dorking CC)
25 Brian Costello (Redhill Cycling Club)
26 Daniel Goldsmith (Twickenham CC)
27 Andrew Thomas (Dulwich Paragon CC) @ 1 lap
28 Tony Eveleigh (Worthing Excelsior)
29 Frank Kilsby (Hargroves Cycles)
30 Mike Metcalfe (Dorking CC)
31 Howard Wagstaff (Cranleigh CC)
32 Dominic Maxwell (Worthing Excelsior)
33 Andrew Burbidge (Epsom CC)
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