Location: Redbridge Cycling Centre, Essex
Event: 30 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Mike Debney (London Dynamo) won round four of the Hog Hill Summer Series to take his eighth win of the season.
Debney, 30, from London, took another win in E/1/2 category to race to add to his victories in round two and three.
Nicholas Wilkinson of Aprire Bicycles was second across the line and Andrew Hastings (Finchley RT) was third.
In the 3/4 category race it was 15-year-old Lewis Stevens (Strada-Sport) who took the win ahead of Louis Sargent (Private Member) who came in second and Huberney Diaz (Pretorius Bikes) in third.
In the women’s race it was Lucy Chittenden (unattached) who took her third win of the season ahead of Helen Ralston of Les Filles RT and Delia Beddis (Vicious Velo) in third.
1 Mike Debney (London Dynamo)
2 Nicholas Wilkinson (Aprire Bicycles)
3 Andrew Hastings (Finchley RT)
4 Christopher Morrison (London Dynamo)
5 Adam Norris (Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus)
6 Joe Giggins (Pro Cycles Hire UK RT)
7 Benjamin Moores (Norwood Paragon CC)
8 Rhys Keepence (Dulwich Paragon CC)
9 Louis Modell (East London Velo)
10 Matthew Ewings (Essex Legacy)
11 Jack Steven (East London Velo)
12 William Pratt (Aspire Bicycles)
13 Philip Hersey (Eagle RC)
14 Mark Smith (Welwyn Whls CC)
1 Lewis Stevens (Strada-Sport)
2 Louis Sargent (Private Member)
3 Huberney Diaz (Pretorius Bikes)
4 Juan Pablo Riano (Perez Edwardes)
5 James Dunsbier (London Dynamo)
6 Mike Mooney (Cycling Club Hackney)
7 Paul Saunders (Glendene CC)
8 Paul Drake (Cycleworks.co.uk)
9 Jobe Usher (North Road CC)
10 Charles Kennedy-Scott (Cycling Club Hackney)
1 Lucy Chittenden (East Street Cycles)
2 Helen Ralston (Les Filles RT)
3 Delia Beddis (Vicious Velo)
4 Francesca Morgans-Slader (Lee Valley Velo)
5 Coralie Glaunes (Les Filles RT)
6 Jasmijn Muller (Kingston Wheelers CC)
7 Tracy Corbett (London Dynamo)
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