AVID RISES ABOVE AT THE ODD DOWN WINTER SERIES 12/01/19

Lucy and Fran make their way into the front group of the Women’s 3/4 race in the biggest women’s field ever at Odd Down.

Lauren managed to get in a break and ended up taking another 2nd place in the Women’s E1/2/3.

In a full men’s field, Will, Harry and Tom all managed to find space to work with each other.

 

 

 

 

First time the juniors had raced together and Will took 8th in his first ever men’s race.

9 of the women’s team post race following strong teamwork and strong results.

Odd Down Winter Series Round 3 – Race Report

Beresford and Gadd Show their class in commanding victories

Largest women’s field in Odd Down’s history

Oliver Beresford (VC Venta) produced one of the most clinical performances we have seen at Odd Down in the past few years, taking victory in Round 3 of the Odd Down Winter Series from a solo breakaway with room to spare. Beresford responded to an early move from Plan2Ride’s Dan Colman but soon found himself out alone ahead of the bunch with almost 40 mins of racing remaining. With no organisation behind, and Beresford riding consistently, even a late counter attack featuring Ashley Hutchinson (VC St Raphael), Colman, Kieron Goodwin and Adrian Lawson (both Nopinz Latchem Development Team) failed to make any substantial inroads into the breakaway’s lead.

As Beresford cruised round the final laps to his victory, the exodus from the main group continued behind the chasing quartet, with Jamie Atkins (University of Bristol) and Rob Abraham (Bikestrong-KTM) also getting away in the closing stages. That pair could not get close to the battle for second, where Colman dispatched his rivals in the sprint with Hutchinson taking third. This race was all about the 2nd cat series leader Beresford though, who is looking like it will be hard to stop him taking the overall honours.

The women’s overall 2nd cat standings are starting to look like they will be a close-run thing, with the top three riders now covered by only 10 points. Lucy Gadd (Storey Racing) and Lauren Johnston (Avid Sport) had come into Round 3 tied on 45 points, having both taken a second place behind Louise Hart (Performance Cycles) in the December Rounds.

Both riders like to attack, and when Gadd countered a move from Luck Monk (Exeter Wheelers) Johnston was the only one who could respond to set the pair off to build a substantial lead. Behind, Maria Powell (Radeon-Bike Science) was working with Monk to keep the leaders in check whilst Avid Sport’s Emily Slavin was clinging to their coattails as her battle with the twists of the Odd Down circuit continued.

As the race entered its final stages, with their lead over the chasers secure, Gadd and Johnston began to size one another up in another tense and cagey finish. Both riders have had success in the sprint, and so we ended up with a stalemate where neither rider wanted to blink first. In the end, Gadd had too much power for her rival, despite being forced to lead the sprint out, and ended up coming home two bike lengths clear.

In the chasing group, Powell and Monk could not shake Slavin and she showed her strength in a straight line to charge away for third place.

With 30 riders on the start line, the women’s 3/4 race was the largest field assembled for a women’s race ever at Odd Down with the 3rd cat riders looking to take advantage of not racing against the 2nd cats and the 4th cat riders getting a taste of what awaits them when they move up to 3rd cat.

Having scored a podium finish and a 5th place in the 2/3 race last week respectively, Becky Evans (PDQ Cycle Coaching) and Powell were the riders to watch, and it was Evans’ pace-making in the early laps that began to split the group. She was joined initially by Powell, Lucy Collins and Rose McGovern (Cowley Road Condors). With the alarm bells ringing back in the bunch Rosie Lyon-Smith (University of Bristol), Olive Holliday (Velovitesse), Lucy Scott and Fran Bromley (both Avid Sport) latched onto the back of the leaders with Beeston CC’s Emily Walton caught chasing on her own. With a chasing group of eight riders forming behind, the race was taking on its definitive form.

Bromley could not hold the pace of the leaders, and so found herself dropping back into Walton’s grasp, leaving a group of seven riders to compete for the win. Into a gentle headwind on the finish straight, Evans showed the sprint that has put her into the clear lead in the 3rd cat overall standings to edge out a strong challenge from Lyon-Smith. It was a messy sprint, with Collins and Holliday finding themselves boxed in on the right and ending up on the grass. The pair held on for third and fourth respectively.

There was also a large field for the men’s 3/4 race, with Bath CC fielding the largest team of eight riders and it wasn’t long before they set to work putting the rest of the pack under pressure with repeated mass surges to the front of the bunch. Their efforts threatened to split the field on a number of occasions, most notably when a trio of Bath riders escaping together. The rest of the pack were up to the task, but Bath’s efforts were not in vain as the gaps were being prised open and the field of 50 starters was shrunk to just 19 by the finish.

This left Rob Pears (Bath CC), who had been prominent in the moves throughout, the chance to put his speed to work and take the win from Liam James-Morris (Team Backstedt/Hotchillee) and Cian Roberts (Towy Riders) in the sprint. Bath’s collective riding was further rewarded with Elliott Barratt and Charlie Shields scoring fifth and sixth as well as Steven Cottington making it four Bath riders in the top 10 with ninth.

Wessex League Round 12

Due to there being no Western League race this weekend gone, we headed over to Dalton Barracks in Abingdon for Round 12 of the Wessex CX League.

Signed on, number pinned, and spot selected in the pits Jense went off for his recce.
The venue was a real multi surface affair with an even mix of gravel, grass, mud and tarmac. The weather was dry and clear.

Due to the strong numbers in the Wessex League, every race is gridded, and Jenson found himself on the front row – always a good thing as the start is so important.
The whistle sounded and they were off. The hammer had been dropped and the pace was fierce.

Getting a fantastic start, Jense found himself at the head of the race on lap one. This was short lived though as he went into a sharp left a little too hot. The bike slipped and that was the only opportunity the chasing pack needed to slip through. Whilst the error was minor, it had pretty much sealed the fate of the race. From this point on, Jense was chasing from 4th not really knowing the form of the riders he was chasing down.

It turned out that the three in front were tidy riders and fourth would be Jenson’s overall finishing position.
What we didn’t realise at the time though was that fourth overall was actually second in class as two of the riders in front were U14.
Happy Days!

All in all a fantastic morning with great weather, not too much mud and a chip waggon to boot.
Even better when you take into consideration Jenson competed in his club 10 TT the day before and had crossed the line immediately behind his breakfast! Well done Jenson!

Odd Down Winter Series Round 2 – Race Report

Attacking riding whips up a storm at Odd Down

More wintery conditions shred the bunches as the strongest riders don’t hold back

When the going gets tough, the tough get going; cycling is a sport that prides itself on suffering, toughness and overcoming adversity. The riders at Round 2 of the Odd Down Winter Series did cycling proud as another day of stormy weather ripped across the circuit and the riders fought back with a display of aggressive and fierce racing that left no doubt that bike racers live up to the memes and inspirational quotes that surround us as cyclists.

Louise Hart (Performance Cycles) had gone straight for the jugular in the women’s 2/3 race last week, taking the solo win and the Road.cc Combativity Award, and looked to repeat the trick again from the gun. Whilst her coattails slipped through her rivals’ fingers last week, Lauren Johnston (Avid Sport) has plenty of experience going toe to toe in fights at the front of races at Odd Down and was not giving Hart an inch of space. As the pair powered away from Nicole Coates (Performance Cycles) and Becky Evans (PDQ Cycle Coaching) it seemed to be only a matter of time before the ceasefire was called off.

After parking Johnston on the front for a full lap, Hart threw a Haymaker into the toughest crosswind section and prised open a gap of five bike lengths. Johnston looked to be clinging on by her fingernails, but fingernails were enough and the pair were reunited. It was undeniably Hart on the offensive with her companion parrying the attacks and as the finish neared Johnston’s efforts showed as she did not have enough to come around Hart in the sprint allowing the series leader to take a deserved victory. Evans took the sprint for third behind the leading pair, further solidifying her position as leading third cat. Hart’s win gives her a commanding 55 point lead at the top of the second cat standings ahead of Johnston and Lucy Gadd (Liv Halo CC).

In the men’s 2/3 race, the promise of a combativity prize sent University of Bath CC’s Daniel Martin off on an early solo escape. Martin was a credible threat though as a strong time trialist and leading third cat overall and when riders who featured in last week’s successful break started bridging across the move went from speculative to decisive. First Oliver Beresford (VC Venta) and then Will Page (Primera-TeamJobs) blasted across to the leader with Joe Peatson (Bikestrong-KTM) just about latching on and Andrew White (Okehampton CC) just missing out as the gap quickly ballooned to 30 seconds. In following the acceleration of the four riders up front, the chasing group itself was cut down to just five riders with the rest of the pack already well out of contention in the early going.

Beresford and Page had been caught out by a late attack from Latchem Sunwise’s Adrian Lawson in Round 1 and the VC Venta rider was not waiting around for the same to happen again, charging away in the final three laps. His lead hung in the balance as he fought the wind alone whilst his former companions collaborated but as the final lap began it was clear that his gap would be enough. Page followed in for second with Martin in third. The win means that Beresford takes the series lead ahead of Page, with Peatson now in third and puts the previous series leader Lawson down into joint 4th place.

The women’s 4th cat race was decided by a reduced bunch sprint last week and the race seemed to be going the same way again as the race entered its closing stages. However, last week’s protagonist Joanna Goodhead (Avid Sport) was keeping her powder dry this time around and lit the touchpaper with a lap and a half to go. This instantly split the group, with three riders muscling their way off the front of the pack. Rosie Lyon-Smith (University of Bristol) and Nicola Le Brocq (URDT) were glued to Goodhead’s wheel from the moment she lifted the pace, so when she launched early with the wind at her back Lyon-Smith was in prime position to pip her by half a wheel by the line. Le Brocq was unable to get back on terms so had to settle for third. Despite being denied the win for a second week, Goodhead can take comfort in assuming the series lead with a large 20 point margin.

Michael Beech (University of Bath CC) had waited until the final laps to launch his ferocious race-winning attack last week but when Edward Rees (Ely RC) threw down the gauntlet with an early attack Beech weighed up his options before deciding to go all in early. He blasted past Rees and set off on an impressive individual battle with the wind.

Mother nature, not to mention the rest of the field, didn’t stand a chance as Beech tore through lap after lap for over half and hour, seemingly the only one unaffected by the wind in his face. Rees, despite being left in Beech’s wake, was also building a handsome lead on the chasing group, which had been shrunk to six riders under the impetus of the pursuit. Conor McGoldrick (University of Bath CC) took the bunch sprint for third, matching his result from Round 1. He is now Beech’s closest overall challenger in the 4th cat overall standings along with Rees, although the pair are now 20 points behind. 

Odd Down Winter Series Round 1 – Race Report

No stopping the breakaways as the conditions start the series with a bang

Strong winds and changeable conditions made for fierce racing and nowhere to hide at the start of the Odd Down Winter Series with three out of the four races going to the breakaways.

It should have come as no surprise to the riders that the racing would be tough at Odd Down and they stepped up to the mark, putting on a display of aggressive and attacking riding that the circuit is becoming notorious for. The most impressive of the efforts on the day came from Louise Hart (Performance Cycles) in the women’s 2/3 race; sustaining a long solo ride against the wind that the chasers were left unable to contain. Hart had attacked from the moment the neutral start was ended and had her rivals chasing her coat tails from that point onwards.

Her closest rivals were Lucy Gadd (Liv Halo CC) and Kate Baker (Avid Sport) who managed to fight back on terms initially with Olive Holliday (Somer Vally CC) also prominent in the chase. However, the onslaught from Hart was only beginning and on the third punch she was away, with Gadd and Baker finding themselves collaborating to hold off the chase bunch rather than in any hope of a pursuit of Hart.

By the finish Hart had almost a kilometre’s advantage over her pursuers, where Gadd came round Baker into the headwind finish for second. Becky Evans (PDQ Cycle Coaching) took the bunch sprint behind for fourth.

Last winter’s men’s races were dominated by a handful of riders who showed no hesitation in barging away from the main bunch, and the early indications are that we are in for more of the same this year. With the main bunch already shredded by the wind, the winning move was triggered by Oliver Beresford (VC Venta) with just under half of the race to go. He was quickly joined by three others as it quickly became clear that is was now or never for the rest of the bunch.

Less than a minute later, a group of five had formed well clear of the bunch, with three riders charging into the gap in a desperate final attempt to make what was becoming the winning move. Latchem Sunwise had two riders in the front group; Nathan Hallett and Adrian Lawson and they were accompanied by Beresford, Will Page (Primera-TeamJobs) and Roman Piotrowski. As the finish drew near, Hallett was replaced in the front group by his teammate Kieron Goodwin who had been persevering in pursuit of the leaders whilst the rest of the chasers fell away.

Latchem were able to make these numbers count as Lawson clipped away just before the finish to hold off the rest of the group for the win; with Goodwin, despite his protracted chase, coming in second for a Latchem Sunwise one-two. Beresford reaped the rewards for triggering the winning move by taking third, with Page in fourth and Piotrowski in fifth. Hallett held off the bunch for sixth with Kristian Bond (Ystwyth CC) taking the bunch sprint behind for 7th.

In the men’s 4th cat, there was another successful breakaway, with Mike Beech (Matlock CC) powering away with three laps to go to build a substantial lead over the main pack. He had played it cool by hiding the bunch throughout the first part of the race, where the surges into the crosswinds had seen a steady stream of riders go off the back. Jacob Bacon (TY Cycles) took the bunch sprint for second with Conor McGoldrick (University of Bath CC) taking third.

The only race to come down to a bunch sprint was the women’s 4th cat race. The main protagonist throughout the early stages of the race was Avid Sport’s Joanna Goodhead who did not want to rely on her sprint against a large group. Her attacks were unable to get her clear of the other front-runners, but she was able to shrink the front group down to six riders by the final laps.

Lucy Collins had played a savvy game throughout, hiding in the wheels against the savage wind, and her tactics paid off as she took the win in the sprint. Goodhead was second with Laura Bosomworth (University of Bath CC) in third.

In the overall standings, the winners of the four races take the lead respectively in the 2nd cat and 4th cat standings. The best placed 3rd cat in the women’s race was Evans who takes the lead in the women’s 3rd cat series standings. The best placed 3rd cat in the men’s race was University of Bath’s Daniel Martin in 10th place, so he takes the lead in the 3rd cat men’s standings.

With three riders in the top six, it is no surprise to see Latchem Sunwise take the early lead in the team standings with 120 points. Behind them is Avid Sport with two podium finishes and eight riders in total to score 89 points. Univesity of Bath CC are third with 82 points and one of the largest teams fielded on the day.

Odd Down Winter Series 2019: What’s New?

Separate Prizes for each category.

Each category of 4th/3rd and 2nd will have their own series standings and associated prize money.

Riders who move category during the series will remain in the series standings for the category they compete for the first time in. E/1st riders will be eligible for the 2nd category series prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

All rounds to feature two women’s races and two men’s races.

After proving successful in the summer, there will be two women’s races at every single round this winter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two weeks with 3/4 and E/1/2 races.

Rather than only offering 4th cat and 2/3 races, this winter there will be two weeks where the 4ths can experience racing with the 3rds and the 3rds will get a break from the 2nd cats! This will be for both the men’s and the women’s races; Rounds 3 and 5.

 

 

 

 

 

Full series discounted entry.

Riders who want to race all eight rounds can enter the whole series in advance for £10 per round.

Chippenham Wheelers Team Time Trial

On Sunday 7th October, Isobel Crowther, Sally Crocker and I put out a solid performance at the Chippenham 3-up team time trial. This was a fantastic event and we all thoroughly enjoyed racing for Avid amongst the many SAS black and red jerseys that surrounded us. The course was mostly flat with a few rolling hills with only left-hand turns.

We arrived at Minety village hall near Malmesbury early, the sun was out with blue sky, but it didn’t quite have the heat yet as there was frost still in the field we parked in. We gathered in the warm village hall together before rolling down for a warm up and start. The start turned out to be a bit further than we expected and ended up just getting there a minute before our start time!!

The held start was good (thanks to all those practices in training!) and we were away starting the rotations smoothly as ever despite the road surface being the worst ever. There was plenty of teamwork and encouragement shown throughout the course using each other’s strengths on different parts. 

My favourite part was towards the end when there was a nice flat, straight road that we managed to rotate consistently increasing our speed rapidly before we turned left and heard Chris Crowther shout “It’s all downhill from here”, these were the best words we’d heard for the last hour and gave us a final boost to the finish.

As we rolled back into the village hall, we were greeted with plenty of hot drinks and cake ready for the prize giving. Congratulations to all but we were all very happy finishing in 1:05:00 just in front of a team of males on time trial bikes!

Overall a great event to experience and I would highly recommend it to get some more blue and white teams to next year!

Joanna

Odd Down Summer Series – Women’s Overall Standings

Position Name Surname Team Total
1 Charlotte Berry VeloVitesse 500
2 Lauren Johnston Avid Sport 305
3 Aimee Parsons Avid Sport 271
4 Stephie Prince VeloVitesse 244
5 Lucy Driver Forever Pedalling 242
6 Laura Curle Liv Halo CC 172
7 Laura Wells Mickey Cranks CC 169
8 Molly Hodges Avid Sport 135
9 India Lee Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma’s 125
10 Joss Winter Athletique 124
11 Sophie Barnes Army Cycling Union 122
12 Joanna Goodhead Avid Sport 114
13 Karen Spiteri Avid Sport 113
14 Laura Rayner Westbury Wheelers 105
15 Alexandra Sheehan Bianchi Dama 104
16 Sally Crocker Salt and Sham CC 93
17 Rosie Nunnerley DAS RAD KLUB 90
18 Nikki Toomer Exeter wheelers 88
19 Miriam Whitehurst Somer Valley CC 85
20 Nicole Coates Performance Cycles 85
21 Olive Holliday Somer Valley CC 80
22 Lucy Rowe DAS RAD KLUB 76
23 Lucy Gadd Liv Halo CC 70
24 Heather Fell Cannondale Girls 69
25 Nancy Walker Avid Sport 66
26 Frances Bromley Avid Sport 60
27 Jen Horton UCY 59
28 Alice Thomson Bristol South CC 55
29 Maria Powell Radeon-Cycology RT 50
30 Olivia Hill Performance Cycles 50
31 Elena Shaw Cardiff Ajax 45
32 Heidi Blunden The Racing Chance Foundation 39
33 Karen Whyte VeloVitesse 36
34 Elizabeth Pressage University of Bath Cycling Club 35
35 Leah Brewer Ystwyth Cycling Club 35
36 Lauren Booth Camac Planet X 33
37 Amanda Karlsson VeloVitesse 32
38 Ashia Fenwick VC Venta 30
39 Rebekah Nash University of Bristol 30
40 Clare Parkin Elitevelo Kalas Sportswear CRT 30
41 Victoria Smith Aerocoach 30
42 Megan Dickerson Forever Pedalling 25
43 Sally Frapwell VeloVitesse 25
44 Emily Millar 25
45 Nicki Carr Tri UK 24
46 Beth Rolf VC St Raphael 22
47 Lois Brewer Ystwyth Cycling Club 22
48 Stephanie Parsonage Army Cycling Race Team (ACRT) 20
49 Chrissie Slot IRIS Race Team 20
50 Elizabeth Sanders University of Exeter Cycling Club 15
51 Naomi Eaton 15
52 Emily Harford 15
53 Juliet Elliott 15
54 Elizabeth Sanders University of Exeter CC 15
55 Frankie Durbin University of Bath Cycling Club 14
56 Imogen Hutchings VC Venta 14
57 Sarah Ward 14
58 Mia Hawkins University of Bath Cycling Club 13
59 Emily Slavin IRIS Race Team 13
60 Bethan Stubbs Bianchi Dama 13
61 Claire Lawrence Sodbury Cycle Sport 11
62 Charlie Barnard VeloVitesse 10
63 Deborah Sterling 9
64 Emily Bates Fauxpro.cc 7
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Odd Down Summer Series – Men’s Overall Standings

Position Name Surname Team Series Points
1 James Phillips Bristol RC 315
2 Tom Sharp Bristol RC 308
3 Nathan Hallett Latchem Sunwise 294
4 George Smith Tri UK 220
5 Luke Nolan Latchem Sunwise 215
6 Duncan Lancashire Bath CC 176
7 Shaun Cook Bristol RC 166
8 Daniel Carr Salt and Sham CC 164
9 Nick Anderson Salt and Sham CC 158
10 Nick Ball Team Tor 2000 Kalas 127
11 Sam Lindsay 124
12 Robert Abraham Bikestrong-KTM 109
13 Paul Jones Bikestrong-KTM 106
14 Rob Borek Forever Pedalling 98
15 Will Crudgington 94
16 Christopher Hill Bristol RC 91
17 Sebastian Lewis VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 85
18 Jake Hollins 75
19 Kieron Goodwin Latchem Sunwise Race Team 75
20 Rob Hardyman Forever Pedalling 74
21 Martin MacDonald Bath CC 67
22 Simon Hunt 63
23 Lewis Whitcombe Webbs 1902 CC 62
24 Calum Croft Latchem Sunwise Race Team 58
25 Mark Threlfall 0 57
26 Andrew Kirby VC St Raphael 56
27 Luke Voss Avid Sport 56
28 Deacon Cutterham Bikestrong-KTM 55
29 Jared Linden Royal Dean Forest CC 54
30 Kieron Goodwin Latchem Sunwise Race Team 54
31 George Moore RST/Cycle Division Racing Team 53
32 George Bazeley Bristol RC 53
33 Kieran Blay TAAP Cervelo 50
34 Sean Townsend VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 50
35 Andy Edwards Bristol RC 50
36 Robert Kingston 0 50
37 Christopher Chapman Bristol South CC 47
38 Gareth Turner VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 46
39 Dave Tilling BPF Cycling 46
40 Simon Gaywood Portishead CC 45
41 Stuart Hardy Bristol RC 45
42 Liam Cahill Somer Valley CC 44
43 Joe Cierpik 44
44 George Beck Bikestrong-KTM 43
45 Thomas Bass Latchem Sunwise 43
46 Morgan Curle Giant Cycling Club – Halo Films 40
47 Thomas Hogan BPF Cycling 39
48 Lee Evangelista BIKESTRONG-KTM 38
49 Steven Cottington Bath CC 37
50 Russell Peace BPF Cycling 35
51 Colin Parry Bristol RC 34
52 Thomas Price Avid Sport 33
53 Rob Walker Cambridge University CC 32
54 Conor Chandler Primera-TeamJobs 31
55 Adam Whittaker Salt & Sham Cycle Club 31
56 Andrew Henderson Latchem Sunwise 31
57 Joshua Price Team Backstedt/Hotchillee 30
58 Joseph Taylor Clevedon & District 30
59 Colin Smith Army Cycling Union 30
60 Simon Worsley Cheltenham and County CC 29
61 James Dudden Latchem Sunwise Race Team 29
62 Euan Taylor Avid Sport 28
63 Ash Lilliott Swindon RC 28
64 George Jones 73Degrees CC 28
65 Samuel Holder Forever Pedalling 28
66 Charlie Kelly Primera-TeamJobs 27
67 Matthew Ansell BIKESTRONG-KTM 27
68 Theo Brumhead Bristol South CC 27
69 Chris Bowie-Hill Bristol RC 26
70 Alex Faux Forever Pedalling 26
71 Matthew Dewey Complete Cycle Works 26
72 Ben Jones Portishead CC 25
73 Frederick Webb 25
74 Giles Greening Tri UK 25
75 Roger Chamberlain VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 25
76 Mark Hardyman VC Walcot 24
77 Jacques Coates Cycle Team OnForm 23
78 Dan Marshall T1Diabetes.info 23
79 Christopher Owram Cardiff Ajax CC 22
80 Richard Smith Bruton Cycling Club 22
81 Alan Adams 22
82 Jeff Lawrence Salt and Sham CC 22
83 Tilemachos Makropoulos 21
84 Nick Cox Bristol South CC 21
85 Will Clark Das Rad Klub 21
86 Tim Wilkey DAS RAD KLUB 21
87 Patrick Henry Bristol RC 20
88 Rob Walker Cambridge University CC 20
89 Graham Reeves Bristol RC 20
90 Darren Gardner Bath CC 19
91 Robin Hunt Bristol RC 19
92 Glyndwr Griffiths 73Degrees CC 19
93 Jack Phillips Salt and Sham CC 18
94 Craig Wallduck VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 18
95 Matthew Stephenson Salt & Sham Cycle Club 18
96 Darren Edwards Bath CC 18
97 William Hibberd DAS RAD KLUB 17
98 Ashley Hutchison VC St Raphael 16
99 James Dudden Latchem Sunwise Race Team 16
100 David Stoyle Bath CC 16
101 Tom Allport University of Bath CC 15
102 Joel Thomas University of Bath CC 15
103 Robert Telford University of Sheffield CC 15
104 Edward Jackson Islington Cycling Club 15
105 Samuel Cowan Say Stroud Valley Velos 15
106 Will Page RNRMCA 15
107 David Rutty VC Bristol 14
108 Jamie Bray Giant Cycling Club – Halo Films 14
109 Ben Richards Tanks Direct Cycling 14
110 Philip Mossman 0 14
111 Adrian Lawson Latchem Sunwise Race Team 14
112 Sam Smith Bath CC 14
113 Alex Mellor Bristol South CC 14
114 Adrian Warren Latchem Sunwise Race Team 14
115 Anthony Smith Portishead CC 13
116 Joe Griffiths Torq Performance 13
117 Adam Robertson BPF Cycling 13
118 Luke Barfoot Tri UK 13
119 Samuel Whitehead Bristol South CC 13
120 David West Portishead Cycling Club 13
121 Conor Chandler Primera TeamJobs 12
122 Nick Cox Bristol South CC 12
123 Andrew Edwards Bristol RC 12
124 Chris Downham Bristol RC 12
125 Max Hazell Total Fitness Bath 12
126 Aron Jarvis 12
127 Sam Andrews Clash Racing 12
128 Peter Wyatt Portishead CC 11
129 Troy Fry BIKESTRONG-KTM 11
130 Brian Glynn University of Bath Cycling Club 11
131 Finn Hannersley Ross CC 11
132 Frederick White 11
133 Jamie Atkins University of Bristol CC 10
134 Tom Radburn BPF Cycling 10
135 Thomas Grigson BIKESTRONG-KTM 10
136 Alex Moulder Webbs 1902 10
137 Callum Lister Cotswold Veldrijden 10
138 Tom Brookes Bristol RC 10
139 Benedict Wallis Bristol South CC 10
140 John Hollier Team Tor 2000 KALAS 10
141 Sebastien Bernaert Bristol RC 9
142 Mark Pettitt Portishead CC 9
143 Steven Whitehurst Somer Valley CC 9
144 Dan Hopes Rapha Cycling Club 9
145 Jos Kertzman Bath CC 8
146 Matthew Norris Mud, Sweat n Gears CC 8
147 Robert Dickinson Army Cycling Union 8
148 Christopher James Bristol RC 8
149 Richard Wiles-Teoh Sherston Velo 8
150 Gavin Ash Worthing Excelsior 7
151 Paul Walsingham The Cycle Room 7
152 Stefan Golledge 0 7
153 Steven Jones Team Tor 2000 KALAS 7
154 Benjamin Wainwright Team Tor 2000 KALAS 7
155 Peter Phillips Bath CC 7
156 James Maddison Exeter Wheelers 7
157 Oscar Hutchings VCEquipe/FlixOralHygiene/Propulse 6
158 Leslie Thomas Tri UK 6
159 Justin Gage Bath Cycling Club 6
160 Richard Brookes Gillingham and District Wheelers 6
161 Simon Martin Bath CC 6
162 Andrew Wiley University of Manchester CC 6
163 James Morris Hereford & District Wheelers 5
164 Jonny Allen Rapha Cycling Club 5
165 Daniel Marshall T1Diabetes.info 5
166 Ryan King VeloVitesse 5
167 Adam Whitehead Bristol South cc 5
168 Peter Bains 0 5
169 Harry Tucker Avid Sport 5
170 Ben Ralph 0 5
171 David Atkinson Bath CC 5
172 David Barnaville Bristol CX 5
173 Oliver Beresford VC Venta 4
174 Matthew Carey University of Bristol CC 4
175 Iain Palmer Bristol RC 4
176 Oliver Hayward Team Striking Bikes 4
177 Michael Parkin-White University of Bristol CC 4
178 Michael Hoare Frome & District Wheelers 4
179 Oliver McNair 0 4
180 Benedict Wallis Bristol RC 4
181 Lawrence James Cotswold Veldrijden 4
182 Spencer Hardman Salt & Sham Cycle Club 4
183 Carl Rose Ely Race Club 3
184 Steven Marsh Portishead CC 3
185 Jamie Ford Somer Valley CC 3
186 Thomas Webb BIKESTRONG-KTM 3
187 Paul Enderson 3
188 Adam Maslen Bristol RC 3
189 Mark Kemp 3
190 Fraser Joyce Swindon Wheelers 3
191 Callum Barnes Fauxpro.cc 3
192 Chris Stephens 0 3
193 John Russell Bristol RC 3
194 Alec Johnson Westbury Wheelers 3
195 Thomas Constantine 3
196 John Airey Ross CC 3
197 Matt Smart 0 3
198 Matthew Skeats University of Bristol CC 3
199 Liam Hicks Latchem Sunwise 3
200 Rose Osborne Forever Pedalling 3
201 Spencer Hardman Salt & Sham Cycle Club 3
202 Neil Wolstencroft Bristol Cycling Development Squad 3
203 Paul Smith Thornbury CC 2
204 Adam Henley Cheltenham and County CC 2
205 Christopher Featherstone Bristol RC 2
206 Richard Pattermore 2
207 Nic Meadows Somer Valley CC 2
208 Sasha Smith Portishead CC 2
209 Paul Fearon 2
210 Ricky Goldswain 2
211 Shrirunga Bristowe Bath Cycling Club 2
212 Stefan Barnett VC Walcot 2
213 Tom Radburn BPF Cycling 2
214 Dave Cullen Bristol South CC 2
215 Andrew Bain 0 2
216 Samuel Westlake BIKESTRONG-KTM 2
217 Anthony Corke Cheddar Cycling Club 2
218 Andrew Banks Westbury Wheelers 2
219 Paul Allen Bath Cycling Club 2
220 Ryan Edge 2
221 Luke Bodley BIKESTRONG-KTM 2
222 George Bazley Bristol RC 2
223 Matthew Ansell BIKESTRONG-KTM 2
224 Francis Eddolls BPF Cycling 2
225 Richard Franklin VC St Raphael 2
226 Ian Mountjoy Bristol South CC 2
227 Luke Craddock Spokes BPC Racing 1
228 David Guy Bristol South CC 1
229 Michael Bradbury Bikestrong-KTM 1
230 Michael Davis Bikestrong-KTM 1
231 Michael Holding 1
232 Matthew Lloyd Pontypool RCC 1
233 Harry Woodman VC Walcot 1
234 Benjamin Green Salt and Sham CC 1
235 Christopher Humphreys Carpe Diem CC 1
236 Paul Ashman Recycles RCC 1
237 Michael Withers Portishead CC 1
238 Paul Thompson Wellington Wheelers CC 1
239 Phillip Wilkinson Bristol RC 1
240 Daniel Waterston 1
241 Jamie Duggan Latchem Sunwise 1
242 Marcus Pont 1
243 Luke Justin Somer Valley CC 1
244 Matthew Ralph BPF Cycling 1
245 Farilee Williams Portishead Cycling Club 1
246 Alexander Atkins University of Bristol CC 1
247 Alex Collins Primera-TeamJobs 1
248 Gary Sheppard Bath Cycling Club 1
249 John Carter Radeon-Cycology RT 1
250 Edward Gray University of Bath Cycling Club 1
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