Congratulations to Richard Harrison and Helen Taylor on becoming 2015 Mens and Ladies 10 mile TT champions!
- Richard Harrison
- Neil Ashcroft
- Steve Mead
- Helen Taylor
- Clare Hofmann
- Victoria Lawson
Helen and Richard were clear winners on what turned out to be another quite windy, and cool night on the Southmoor H10/17r course. Also congrats to 2nd claim junior Tim Allen who had the second fastest time of the evening with 21m36s.
Thanks to all the helpers and timekeepers for ensuring the event went as smooth as possible. Next weeks TT is on the Brightwell course.
Henry Latimer from Catford Equipe Banks takes first on a warmish Fairmile course with Rob Gray (RAF CA) 2nd, and Tim Allen (RP Racing) 3rd. Fastest DPCC rider was Neil Ashcroft in 4th clocking 22m 34s.
Thanks to the Timekeepers, and helpers. Next weeks TT is on the Southmoor course and is the club championship 10, with a club social planned in the Lamb and Flag in Southmoor afterwards. Hopefully we’ll see a few of you there even if you are not racing.
Also coming up soon, our friends in Newbury RC are hosting a 12 hour TT (the only one in our district), so if you are not riding Sunday 14th June and could spare a few hours to help Marshal the event then please contact NRC secretary Rachael, further details are also on the forum here.
June 19th sees the annual BMCC 9 rider team trial and this year we’re taking 2 teams! We have the mens team and a mixed team this year.
Details on the BMCC website….
Road bikes only for this one.
Entry is £250 per team (£28ish per person)
To nominate for the mixed team, email dunkotm AT yahoo.com
To nominate for the Mens team, email Stan or Nick D. or pop along to > the Forum
Cheers and see you there!
Neil Ashcroft takes the win! Neil was among 6 hardy riders who braved the inclement conditions on the Harwell hilly course on Thursday 14th May, with Richard Gildea taking 2nd spot, and Dan Atkins 3rd.
Thanks again to the timekeepers, and helpers.
On Sunday 17th May there will be two distance options for the club run that is going to the Hilltop Garden centre at Ramsden:
- Long – 82 miles and is leaving the Broadway at 8 a.m.
- Regular – 50 mile option departing at the usual 9 a.m.
Both routes can be found on the club run page here. The intention is for both rides to meet at Ramsden at a similar time and ride back to Didcot together. If you would like to help lead the 50 mile route then please email.
In addtion to the above, the regular monthly Ladies ride will also be departing the Broadway at 9 a.m. and will be covering 45 miles to Waterperry, more info on that route here.
Richard Harrison (DPCC) takes the evening honours on the A420 with a super quick 21m 06s, with James Churchard (GS Henley) 2nd and Tim Allen (RP Racing) 3rd.
Thanks to the Timekeepers, and helpers.
Junior Tim Allen (RP racing) wins! Tim clocked 22m 39s and narrowly beat Rob Gray (RAF CA) by 4 seconds with Neil Ashcroft (DPCC) home in 23 minutes. The fairmile course was bathed in sunshine, but was quite chilly with an unfavouable North westerly breeze.
Thanks to the Timekeepers, and helpers. Next weeks TT is on the Southmoor course.
Richard Harrison clocked an impressive 20m 30s to place 15th out of 120 entrants on the P881 course on Saturday 25th April. This was Richard’s 1st TT of the season, made even more impressive after a recent virus. We wish him well in his next race on Saturday in Leicestershire.
Other notable TT results from the weekend:
Hampshire RC 10 mile TT – P881 – Richard Harrison – 20m30s
Banjo Cycles 10 mile TT – H10/2 – Peter Warwick – 24m24s
– Mick Fountain – 29m48s
Westerley RC 10 Mile TT – H10/22 – Neil Morris – 23m12s
If you have any results (TT, road racing etc) to share please email me or post in our results forum.
A mild still evening on the Sires Hill course, saw James Churchard (GS Henley) take the honours in 22m 12s, with Rob Gray (RAF CA) 2nd, with DPCC’s Neil Ashcroft 3rd.
Peter Harrison from GS Henley clocked an impressive 23m34s in the years Non Aero kit TT on the CC118 Stadhampton course, followed by a brace of Zappi’s riders: Adam Studholme 2nd and Junior Giles Clark 3rd. Richard Gildea was the fastest DPCC rider with 25m 11s taking 4th Spot.
Thanks again to our TT Marshals: