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Club timetrials 2018

Thursday 5th April sees the club start its new time trial calendar, and this week the TT is at West Hanney with registration from 18:15, (meet at West Hanney village hall) with first rider off at 18:46.

Check-out the page here for course and season long information.

All you need is a bike and £3 if you are club member (£5 non-members), all welcome.

Leiden Plaque, DPCC Hill climb Champs and Club 25 mile TT Champs results

2017 Leiden Plaque
This year it was DPCCs turn to host the annual inter Oxfordshire cycling club time trialling competition and Harri James pulled out all the stops in creating a great event on such a stunning Bank Holiday Monday.
Congratulations were due again to winners Banbury Star CC, with Cowley Road Condors CC 2nd, and Oxonian CC 3rd. Thanks to all competing riders and especially to the many volunteers at the HQ, and marshals and timekeepers out on the course.
Photos on flickr here.
Full results here.

Club Hill Climb Championship – Sunday 27th
It was business as usual with the on-form Richard Gildea taking the 2017 Hill climb Championship trophy. This year Richard clocked an aggregate time of 7 minutes 37 seconds, and in doing so setting a new time up the Crays Pond/Flint hill climb.

Photos oh Flickr here.
2017 - DPCC Hill climb championship

Club 25 mile TT Championship – Monday 28th
A stunning morning on the Cumnor H25/17 TT course saw 11 DPCC members take to the start within the inter club Leiden Plaque competition. Richard Gildea was victorious, with Chris Boddy 2nd and Martin Stanley 3rd.

Leiden plaque - 2017 DPCC Club 25 mile TT Champion - Richard Gildea2017 - DPCC Hill climb winner

Leiden Plaque full results

Wittenham Hill Climb – Thursday 24th August

Congrats to Richard Gildea on taking the win and taking another few seconds off the Wittenham hill climb course record with 2 min 16s. Tim Allen (TVIL) was 2nd just 4s in arrears, and Tim Rayment (OTCC) in 3rd, a further 10s back. Also many thanks to tonight’s volunteers.
Sunday 27th also sees the annual club hill climb championships up Flint Hill, Goring at 9.30 a.m. and Streatley hill at 10:30 a.m. Meet from 9 a.m. in Goring.

Cumnor H10/17 TT Results – Thursday 10th August

Chris Boddy clocked a very impressive 19m41s for the H10/17 course, with Richard Gildea taking 2nd and Harri James 3rd on a pretty decent August evening. Chris’s time equates to a new club course record. Congratulations Chris!

Thanks to all TT helpers and timekeepers.

Next week sees us return to the Abingdon 10 course, with first rider off at 18:46, and afterwards there will be a end of season social at the Wildwood Kitchen Abingdon. We hope to see many of you there. And finally please dont forget if you can help with running an event, including the upcoming Open, Leiden Plaque and Hill climbs please email:

Leiden Plaque and Club 25 TT Championships 2017

This year sees Didcot Phoenix host the Interclub Leiden Plaque Trophy, a 25 Mile time trial which is handicapped using CTT rules. As with last year, we are also using the event to host the club 25 mile TT Championships.

It would be fantastic to see a turn out by DPCC riders, and given the handicapping system opens up the chance to win prizes to anyone.

Date: 28th August 2017 8/9am Start
Course: H25/17
HQ: Wootton & Dry Sandford Community Centre
Entry Cost: £6

If you’d like to enter, in advance of the event, please message email Harri James (

We are also looking for some volunteers to help with the running of the event, which if you can help out with, would be much appreciated.

p.s Last year Paul Demicoli and his Banbury Star team won it, which we can’t have happen again!

Stadhampton CC118 2-up TT Results – Thursday 27th July

Tonight saw the annual club 2-up TT on the Stadhampton CC118 course. Henry Latimer and Karla Boddy were the fastest pair on the night with a time of 22m05s, beating Neil Ashcroft and Mark Cox who set a time of 22m22s (all the two’s!). Team PhD (Ron Smith and Simon McGowan) beat Team Gildea (Richard Gildea and Oliver Gildea) by the narrowest of margins (1s) to third place with a time of 22m44s. Thanks to all TT helpers and timekeepers.