Road: Miley cruises to victory in Victoria RR

Road: Miley cruises to victory in Victoria RR

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Location: Ugley, Essex
Event: 8 September 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Gerard Miley (St Ives CC) rode to his first ever win in the Victoria Road Race, which was staged over a 60-mile course around Ugley, Essex.

In the 35th annual road race, held by Victoria/Ciclos Uno CC, 37-year-old Miley from Adreth was a worthy winner.

Coming home in second place was Chris Herring from Bristol, and snatching third place was 42-year-old Matt Cowan.


Results:

1 Gerard Miley St Ives CC

2 Chris Herring East London Velo

3 Matt Cowan Pro Cycle Hire UK Racing Team

4 Andrew Perrin Finchley Racing Team

5 Vincent Christan East London Velo

6 Robert Samuel Crest CC - Ilford

7 Paul Saunders Glendene CC

8 Gregory Niziskiolis London Dynamo

9 Daniel Scott Pro Cycle Hire UK Racing Team

10 Oliver Caddy Cambridge CC

11 Jeremy O'Sullivan Crest CC - Ilford

12 Daniel Babbs Chelmer CC

13 Richard Carrington Mildenahll CC

14 Stuart Whitlam Lindsey Roads

15 Tim Mason Bike Trax

16 Stephen Matton East London Velo

17 Ben Wright VC Revolution

18 Ralph Keeler Cambridge CC

19 Howard Lightfoot Cambridge CC

20 Matthew Heath East London Velo

21 Joseph Long Bishops Stortford CC

22 Osama Assem Finchley Racing Team

23 Tom Baskaya Finsbury Park CC

24 Peter Green Cycle Club Ashwell (CCA)

25 Robert MacLean Maldon & District CC

26 Ian Cullen Walden Velo

27 Gareth Turner Autostrasse Porsche RT

28 William Hedden Glade CC

29 Scott Gilchrist 4T+Velo

30 James Wylie Velo Schils - Interbike RT

31 Will Smith CC Ashwell

32 Thomas Smith Cycling Club Hackney

33 Louis Gyde Cycling Club Breckland

34 Nigel Hobday Cambridge CC

35 Daniel Jaeggi London Phoenix CC

36 Robert Williams Walden Velo


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British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.

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