Road: Atkins makes it four for the season

Road: Atkins makes it four for the season

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Location: Redbridge Cycling Centre, Hainault, Essex
Event: 1 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Chalking up his fourth win of the season, Lewis Atkins (Pedal Heaven RT) led home the elite field in the second round of CC London’s criterium series on the Hog Hill circuit.

The West Drayton 26-year-old took the flag ahead of Jamie Caldwell (MG-Maxifuel Pro Cycling) and Rhys Howells ( after 75 minutes of racing.

Youth A rider Lewis Stevens (Strada-Sport) upstaged his elders to win the supporting race for second, third and fourth categories, while Dani Christmas (Team ASL 360), 25, celebrated the first victory of her debut season in the women’s race.

For Atkins, it was his second win of the week following victory in Tuesday night’s round of the West Thames Series, staged at Hillingdon by Imperial RT.


1 Lewis Atkins (Pedal Heaven RT)
2 Jamie Caldwell (MG-Maxifuel Pro Cycling)
3 Rhys Howells (
4 Tim Elverson (Pedal Heaven RT)
5 Simon Alexander (
6 Andrew Griffiths (Team IG-Sigma Sport)
7 Oliver Rossi (
8 Adam Norris (
9 James Jackson (unattached)
10 Chris Wilkinson (Dulwich Paragon CC)

1 Lewis Stevens (Strada-Sport)
2 Joshua Voulters (Rapha Condor CC)
3 Matthew Wing (Strada-Sport)
4 Dominique Gabellini (Rapha Condor CC)
5 Kevin Curtis (Stowmarket & District CC)
6 Jack Jeffrey (Lee Valley Velo)
7 Charles Kennedey-Scott (CC Hackney)
8 Mike Deeney (CC Luton)
9 Thomas Beasley (East London Velo)
10 Daniel Lucken (East London Velo)

1 Dani Christmas (Team ASL 360)
2 Francesca Morgans-Slader (Lee Valley Velo)
3 Donna Quinnell (Rollapaluza CC)
4 Jane McInnes (London Dynamo)
5 Victoria Bussi (Zappi’s Ladies Team)
6 Susan Freeburn (WyndyMilla)
7 Juliet Milward (High Wycombe CC)
8 Rosemary Homer (Newmarket Cycling & Triathlon Club)
9 Cynthia Kunschke (High Wycombe CC)
10 Tracy Corbett (London Dynamo)

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