Thursday Crit League Round 5
Location: Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit, Teesside
Event: 13 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Local elite rider Simon Baxter (Herbalife-Leisure Lakes Bikes.com) secured his first win of the season in the fifth round of Cycle Development North East’s Thursday evening criterium series.
The 26-year-old took the verdict ahead of Giles Harrison (ActivCycles-Corbridge RT) after 50 minutes of racing at Middlesbrough Cycle Centre.
Cleveland Wheelers veteran Mike Rennison, 54, saw off his younger rivals to win the supporting race for third and fourth categories.
1 Simon Baxter (Herbalife-Leisure Lakes Bikes.com)
2 Giles Harrison (ActivCycles-Corbridge RT)
3 Alex Bottomley (Wheelbase Altura MGD)
4 William Brown (Velo 29-Blackhawks)
5 David Johnson (Blumilk.com)
6 Alan Nixon (Blackhawk Bikes)
7 Rob Watson (Dirtwheels Cycles)
8 Matthew Cooper (Achieve-Skinnergate Racing)
9 Matthew Bulmer (Dirtwheels Cycles)
10 Ben Hetherington (Dirtwheels Cycles)
1 Mike Rennison (Cleveland Wheelers)
2 James Moohan (Ashburn Wealth)
3 Harry Craig (ActivCycles-Corbridge RT)
4 Richie Ranson (Houghton CC)
5 Stuart Neilson (Fietsen Tempo)
6 Iain Carr (Army CU)
7 James Peacock (Achieve-Skinnergate Racing)
8 Tony Rees (Unattached)
9 Grant Worrall (Achieve-Skinnergate Racing)
10 Iain Turnbull (Achieve-Skinnergate Racing)
1 Michael Ondrel (Unattached)
2 Stewart Mullett (Ashburn Wealth)
3 Mark Jenkins (Rock Racing Team UK)
4 Colin Holt (Unattached)
5 Dan Leather (Darlington CC)
6 Phil Bliss (Blackhawk Bikes)
7 Nigel Strecher (Malton Wheelers)
8 Martin Brearley (Unattached)
9 Paul Robson (Houghton CC)
10 Ste How (Unattached)
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