Location: Cyclopark, Kent
Event: 1 August 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Simas Raguckas from London continued his fantastic form to make it a hat-trick of Cyclopark wins in the E/1/2 race in round ten of the SERRL series.
Raguckas, 31, stormed to victory in round eight and nine and his latest win makes his tally up to eight in only his first season of racing.
Twenty3c riders Rhys Howells from Hackney and Luke Ryan from Canterbury cleared up the remaining podium spots.
In the 3/4 category race, 19-year-old Chris King of Petts Wood took his second win of the series after winning round nine last week.
Coming home in second was Jeremy Bishop, from Bromley and taking third was Tom Kennison (Medway VC)
In the women’s race 18-year-old Cassie McGoldrick from Ashford continued her good form to take her eighth win of the season ahead of Jessica Stoddard.
1 Simas Raguckas (unattached)
2 Rhys Howells Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus
3 Luke Ryan Twenty3c.co.uk Focus
4 Matt Holmes Arctic Sram
5 William Pratt Aprire BC
6 Robert Moore London Phoenix CC
7 Jonathan Harris GS Avanti
8 Kevin Knox Vicious Velo
9 Rory Wilkinson Dulwich Paragon
10 James Wood Catford CC Banks Equipe
11 Tyler Lemmo Medway VC
12 Rudie Moran Private Member
1 Chris King Catford Banks Equipe Racing
2 Jeremy Bishop Bigfoot CC
3 Tom Kennison Medway VC
4 Craig Barton 4t+ Velo
5 Oliver Jedrej Dulwich Paragon CC
6 Stuart Baldwin 4T+ Velo
7 Harry Ribbons Norwood Paragon CC
8 Cliffe Steel Brixton Cycles
9 Duncan Coulter Tokyo Morvelo CC
10 Ross Bryan Team GWB Active
11 David Bird London Phoenix CC
12 Gary Bull Bigfoot CC
13 Chris McGovern Catford Banks Equipe Racing
14 Joe Godding PMR@ToachimHouse
15 Chris Hughes Team GWB Active
16 Morris Pamplin Dulwich Paragon CC
17 Henry Robertshaw Chelmer CC
18 Huck Garip PMR@ToachimHouse
19 Ewan Tuohy Catford Equipe Banks
20 Stuart Featherstone 4T+ Velo
21 Liam Yates Catford Banks Equipe RT
22 Ed Rulton Glendene CC
23 Gunther Zechhann London Phoenix CC
24 Jacob Kennison Medway VC
1 Cassie McGoldrick Wyndymilla
2 Jessica Stoddart Private Member
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