Location: Skelmersdale, Lancashire
Event: 7 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Australian Richard Lang led a one-two for Team Raleigh in the eleventh round of the CDNW Road race League after two hours of racing on the 3.4-km Pimbo circuit.
Lang, 24, came in ahead of team-mate Matt Holmes with a gap of over a minute to third-placed Michael Rawson (Kuota-Spinergy-GST), who in turn held a similar advantage over fourth-placed Dillon Byrne (Champion Syatem/Maxgear/Base).
Eighth and third in the two previous rounds, Bolton 23-year-old Ben Aldred (Lancashire RC) celebrated the first win of his debut season in the supporting race for third and fourth categories.
And after two second places, there was a first win of the season for Lauryn Therin (Champion System/Maxgear/Base) in the women’s race.
1 Richard Lang (Team Raleigh) 2-02-44
2 Matt Holmes (Team Raleigh) at 2 sec
3 Michael Rawson (Kuota-Spinergy-GSG) at 1-08
4 Dillon Byrne (Champion System/Maxgear/Base) at 2-14
5 Henry Hunter (Teamwallis CHH Racing Team) at 3-39
6 Leigh Cowel (Kuota-Spinery-GSG)
7 Sam Dobson (BC Private Member)
8 Steve Smith (Champion System/Maxgear/Base)
9 John Findley (Bill Nickson Cycles RT) all same time
10 Kristian Zentek (Team Leapfrog) at 4-20
1 Ben Aldred (Lancashire RC) 1-55-52
2 Andrew Martin (BC Private Member)
3 Jimmy Smith (Chester RC)
4 Billy Sewart (Team Leapfrog)
5 Martyn Gordon (Champion System/Maxgear/Base)
6 Adam Blakeley (Team Leapfrog)
7 Paul Mower (St Helens CRC/D.Sparrow Plumbing & Heating Services)
8 James Chamberlain (Cyclesport International RT) all same time
9 Darren Young (Bill Nickson Cycles RT) at 6 sec
10 Mike Rumph High On Bikes) at 14 sec
1 Lauryn Therin (Champion System/Maxgear/Base) 1-50-36
2 Ruth Taylor (Manchester Wheelers)
3 Gina Riley (Chester RC)
4 Rebecca Womersley (Scott Contessa Epic)
5 Lauren O'Brien (RST Racing Team)
6 Claire Martin (Edinburgh RC)
7 Amy Gornall (Scott Contessa Epic)
8 Nikola Butler (VC St Raphael)
9 Vanessa Whitfield (VC St Raphael)
10 Gemma Sargent (Dave Hinde Racing Team) all same time
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