SERRL Cyclopark Evening Series Race 13
Location: Gravesend, Kent
Event: 22 August 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Rhys Howells (Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus) landed his fourth circuit race win of the season in the feature elite race at round 13 of the Cyclopark series in Gravesend.
The Hackney 25-year-od followed up his win in the previous round a week earlier and also round 11 of the Hog Hill series as well as taking an early-season victory in the East London Velo Six Days of Winter series.
Coming home in second place was team-mate Dean Shannon with Malcolm Davies (Aspire RT) in third place.
In the third and fourth category race, Slough’s Kevin Bell (Club Cyclopark) showed his form by taking his second win of the season.
In his first year of racing, ther 33-year-old had won round five of the Elveden Races back in June.
Taking second place was Daniel Baines (Norwood Paragon CC), from Whyteleafe, and in third place was Phil Lenney (Team GWB-Active).
In the women’s race Bella Leach (London Phoenix CC), from Anerley, took her fourth win of the season.
1 Rhys Howells (Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus)
2 Dean Shannon Twenty3c.co.uk-Focus
3 Malcom Davies Aprire Rt
4 Luke Ryan Twenty3c.co.uk Focus
5 Dominic Clegg Redhill CC
6 Oliver Rossi 23c Focus
7 Nick Malins 4T+ Velo
8 Josh Parkin Aprire Rt
9 Mark McCullagh Dulwich Paragon
10 Rory Wilkinson Dulwich Paragon
11 Chris King Catford banks Equipe Racing
12 Jacob Nicholson Medway Vc
13 Stephen Swindley PMR @Toachim
14 Chris Wilkinson Dulwich Paragon
1 Kevin Bell Club Cyclopark
2 Dan Baines Norwood Paragon
3 Phil Lenney Team Gwb-ACTiV
4 Moritz Jobke private member
5 Jeremy Bishop Bigfoot CC
6 Dan Stevens Neon Velo
7 Duncan Coulter Tokyo Morvelo CC
8 Matt Kuwertz Southborough & District Wheelers
9 Stephen Cavey Catford Cycling Club
10 David Bird London Phoenix CC
1 Bella Leach London Pheonix
2 Kerry Burcher Cranleigh CC
3 Rachael Yates London Phoenix
4 Linda Endicott Kent Velo Girls
5 Kary Greer Kent Velo Girls
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