James Barlow was the fastest of a hardy 10 riders that braved the recently “surface-dressed” Wallingford bypass, coming home in a time of 22m47s, with Neil Ashcroft in 2nd place with a time of 23m20s. Matt Lovelady (RAF CA) was fastest road bike (and 3rd overall) with a time of 24m16s. Thanks to all TT helpers and timekeepers.
Mark Cox (Fairly United CT) was fastest on the night and sets a new fastest time in the DPCC TT database for Fairmile with 20m 28s. 2nd home was Rich Gildea in 21m 25s. Thanks to all TT helpers and timekeepers.
Another windy evening greeted the hardy bunch that tackled the Stadhampton course. Mark Cox (Fairly united CT) was the quickest on the evening with DPCC’s Harri James 2nd. Many thanks to all the helpers for running another smooth event.
Next week we return to Stadhampton for the Ben Owen Memorial Invitational TT.
A windy but dry evening saw Tim Allen (Team Vision Innovative Leisure) take the win on his road bike on the Brightwell CC243a course. We are still looking for most of the roles for next weeks TT on a return to Stadhampton – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Congratulations to new club 10 mile champion Chris Boddy (20:08), who narrowly beat Richard Gildea (20:12) to claim the trophy, with Harri James (20:42) close behind in third. Olivia Bentley (26:36) is the new club ladies 10 mile champion, beating Zoe Ludwig-Tantrum (27:06) in second place. Thanks to all of this week’s volunteers.
A lovely sunny evening saw 23 riders turn out for the first event on the new “Abingdon 10” CC272 course, thanks as usual to all our volunteers. Next week sees the club 10 mile championships on the Southmoor H10/17R course, first rider off at 19:31. We are still looking for a start pusher and ideally two people to help put the CTT signs out (there are 5 signs needed for this course) – please email email@example.com to volunteer.