Road: Martin racks up latest SERRL win in Edenbridge

Road: Martin racks up latest SERRL win in Edenbridge

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Location: Edenbridge, Kent
Event: 11 August 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Pedal Heaven RT rider Jake Martin fought his way to his latest win in the SERRL Summer Series in event 18 in Edenbridge, Kent.

The 21-year-old Mitcham man held off the challenge of Rhys Howells (Twenty3c.co.uk-FOCUS) and Harold Evans (Aprire Bicycles) to take first place.

It was a much improved effort from Martin who finished 18th in round 17 last week.

Results:

1 Jake Martin Pedal Heaven RT

2 Rhys Howells Twenty3c.co.uk-FOCUS

3 Harold Evans Aprire Bicycles

4 Sebastian Baylis Madison Genesis

5 Lawrence Carpenter AW Cycles

6 Mikey Mottram AW Cycles

7 Francis Cade Pedal Heaven RT

8 David Murrell London Phoenix CC

9 Hugo Humphreys Leeds Uni CC

10 Jamie Pine Pedal Heaven RT

11 Luke Ryan Twenty3c.co.uk Focus

12 Rob McCarthy Pedal Heaven RT

13 Jamie Caldwell MG-Maxifuel

14 Robert Moore London Phoenix CC

15 Rhys Clegg PMR@Toachim House

16 Ben Knapp Dulwich Paragon

17 Dante Carpenter Pedal Heaven RT

18 Ashley Dennis Team De Ver

19 Harry Franklin Team De Ver

20 Chris Mcnamara Pedal Heaven RT

21 George Wood Maldon and District CC

22 Symon Lewis Nuun-YB-London

23 Conall Yates InGear Quickvit Trainsharp

24 Harry Godding PMR@Toachim House

25 Paul Sewell Bigfoot CC

26 Ryan Visser Redhill CC

27 Wayne van Ry ViCiOUS VELO

28 Alex Camier Pedal Heaven RT

29 Declan Higgins VC St Raphael

30 Ben Summer Beeline RT

31 Sam Humpheson Look Mum No Hands!

32 Darrell Pembroke VC Meudon

33 Chris Dick London Phoenix

34 Malcolm Davies Aprire Bicycles RT

35 dean shannon Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus

36 Matthew Hull SFA Racing Team

37 Nick Gasson 34 Nomads

38 Josh Parkin Aprire Bicycles RT

39 Phil Dempsey Aprire Bicycles

40 Stephen Swindley PMR @ Toachim


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