Archive for March 2011

Results of CCS MAD MARCH HILLY OPEN 22 Mile TIME TRIAL, 6 MARCH 2011

Pos Rider Club Time      
1
Peter Balls
West Suffolk Wheelers
00:51:07
V
 
 
2
Simon Wright
C.C. Sudbury
00:52:19
V
 
 
3
Andrew Leggett
Stowmarket & District C.C.- Orbea/Autostrasse
00:53:45
S
 
 
4
Philip Hetzel
Ipswich B.C.
00:53:51
V
 
 
5
Dean Fuller
Team Swift
00:54:09
J
 
 
6
Simon Daw
C.C. Sudbury
00:54:37
V
 
 
7
David Staff
Anglia Velo
00:55:12
V
 
 
8
Angus Jardine
Ipswich B.C.
00:55:19
V
 
 
9
Tom Stephenson
Ipswich B.C.
00:55:45
S
 
 
10
David West
Amis Velo RT
00:56:34
V
 
 
11
Paul Rippon
Ipswich B.C.
00:57:27
V
 
 
12
Paul Dewberry
Colchester Rovers C.C.
00:58:47
V
Inc 1 min LS
 
13
Kevin Norman
Stowmarket & District C.C.- Orbea/Autostrasse
00:59:04
V
 
 
14
Colin Lown
Ipswich B.C.
00:59:37
V
 
 
15
Nick Ainsworth
Haverhill Wheelers
00:59:39
V
 
 
16
Stuart Bursill
Colchester Rovers C.C.
01:00:10
V
 
 
17
Nicholas Rivett
North Norfolk Wheelers
01:00:21
V
 
 
18
Alistar Baker
Haverhill Wheelers
01:01:06
V
 
 
19
George Hoppit
C.C. Sudbury
01:02:22
J
 
 
20
Stewart Hart
C.C. Sudbury
01:07:19
V
 
 
21
Darren Rule
C.C. Sudbury
01:09:03
S
 
 
22
Matt Traynar
C.C. Sudbury
01:10:38
S
 
 
23
Peter Beard
Stowmarket & District C.C.- Orbea/Autostrasse
01:11:12
V
 
 
24
Miss Miriam Edwards
Stowmarket & District C.C.- Orbea/Autostrasse
01:14:02
WS
 
 
25
Miss Emma Beard
Stowmarket & District C.C.- Orbea/Autostrasse
01:23:01
J
 
 
1001
Ben Green
Ipswich B.C.
 
J
DNF
 
1002
Simon Green
Ipswich Triathlon Club
 
V
DNF
 
1003
Bobby John De’ath
Anglia Velo-Exel Logistics-Cycletech-Everett Electrical
 
S
DNS
 
1004
Terry Law
C.C. Sudbury
 
V
DNS
 
1005
Martin Badham
C.C. Breckland-East Anglia’s Childrens Hospices
 
V
DNS
 
1006
Steve Grimwood
Ipswich B.C.
 
S
DNS
 
1007
Sean Cole
Diss CC
 
S
DNS
 
1008
Miss Sandra Mackay
XRT Elmy Cycles
 
WV
DNS
 
1009
Andrew Goodchild
VC Norwich-TriAnglia Trialthlon Club
 
V
DNS

CCS Mad March Hilly Open Time Trial

                                  Peter Balls, winner.                                                                        Simon Wright, CCS, runner-up

2011 Mad March Hilly Open Time Trial

Please note that results in the following report are at present provisional.
A full list of results will be published and available here shortly.

         

Peter Balls; winner                                                                                                   Simon Wright, CCS; runner-up

Photos of  riders at the start are on this link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lythgo/sets/72157626082164113/

C.C.S’s ‘Mad March Hilly’ Open Time Trial certainly lived up to its name as the riders had to be slightly mad to endure very low early morning temperatures and a biting wind, while racing around the 22 mile course. Starting out from Lavenham, the riders touched Sudbury before going on to Newton Green, Boxford, Hadleigh, and Monks Eleigh before returning to Lavenham.

One of East Anglia’s top time trialist’s, West Suffolk Wheelers, Peter Balls, confirmed his top billing by coming home fastest in 51mins 07secs to take the winners trophy. C.C.S’s own Simon Wright put in a remarkable ride for a time of 52mins 19secs to claim 2nd place. Remarkable, because along with the winner, they are both classed as veterans and Simon last rode a time trial of similar distance way back in his teens. He admits that road racing and criterium’s are more to his liking and had entered the event to help with his training!

Stowmarket & District C.C.’s Andrew Leggett, claimed 3rd place with 53mins 45secs and was pushed hard by Ipswich B.C.’s Phil Hetzel taking 4th place only 6secs adrift with 53mins 51secs.

Team Swift’s Dean Fuller took 5th place in 54mins 09secs with the home club’s Simon Daw rounding off the top six, recording a creditable 54mins 37secs.

Fastest lady was Stowmarket’s Miriam Edwards in 1hr 14mins 02secs and fastest junior was

C.C.S’s George Hoppitt, in a time of 1hr 02mins 22secs. All results at this stage are still provisional.

This was the first running of C.C.S’s Hilly event and seemed to go down well with the competitors who enjoyed the new course, although the 34 rider entry was slightly disappointing for the organisers, but hope it will be an event to build upon in the coming years.