19 Wainuioru to Te Wharau return, Graded Road Race

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The race tonight was an out and back course starting and finishing at Wainuioru. Graded Road Races are quite different in the manner of racing from a Handicapped Road Race – where the aim is to catch and pass the riders who set off before you, whilst at the same time staying away from the riders who started after you. In a Graded Road Race the racing happens between the riders who start together, and if a rider is dropped, they are permitted to sit behind a following bunch once they have been caught, but are not allowed to work with that bunch or interfere in that race whatsoever. So Graded Road Races become tactical battles between riders who are usually team mates!

The long course was a testing one, and the first time this course has ever been raced by the club. This course has everything – fast flat sections, followed by a steep twisty descent into a valley followed instantly by a hard climb back out of the valley. It then rolls along more up and down before you reach the turn around. The short course avoids the steep descents and climbs, so the riders are mainly riding fast flat and rolling climbs.

A-Grade set off first on 0 minutes. In their race an attack by Mark Langlands came early and he escaped off the front of his grade. One the race headed into the quick descent and quite gnarly climbing heading towards Te Wharau, Ben Knight used his power to cross the gap the Mark and these two riders worked together to increase the distance to the rest of their grade. The remainder of A-Grade who had no option but to let Mark and Ben ride away, then worked together to finish their race, with Mark taking out the sprint. Unfortunately for A-Grade there was a slight mishap with the positioning of the turnaround point which meant that A-Grade had the benefit of an extra long race – 48 kms instead of the 36 is should have been! One or two long faces and sore legs amongst A-Grade because of this.

B-Grade set off 1 minute after A-Grade. There were no early attacks in their race, but the testing nature of the course and a high pace saw a number of B-Grade dropped after the descent and during the climb after the left turn. Thankfully for this group, (and all the others who followed) Devan, the course builder – who had started with A-Grade – realised the turn was in the wrong place and abandoned his race to become the Marshall who turned everyone, at more or less the correct place. Following the turn the remnant of B-Grade made their way back to the drop into the valley and as soon as they hit the climb Harrison Deal and Paul Wallace managed to put a gap into B-Grade. They were unable to get that gap to open wide enough to make it back to the finish as a duo, and were caught by Darren Southon, Bill van Workeom and Lesley Mouat. Shortly after this B-Grade encounters a big mob of sheep – the joys of racing in rural Wairarapa – and slowed to make their way safely through this hazard. The slowing of the pace allowed Andy Curtis-Cody to return to the group and this half dozen riders went to the sprint together. Bragging rights go to Harrison Deal tonight – great way to return to racing.

C-Grade set off 1 minute after B-Grade. C-Grade also split during their race with Terry Blackburn, Darren Sullivan, and Rex Dowding all managing to escape off the front of their grade. Terry and Darren arrived back at the finish with a few seconds between each other and just in front of Rex, with a bunch of 5 riders chasing hard. C-grade also managed to successfully negotiate the mob of sheep. Sheep were not the only elements in nature to impact this bunch with Andi Bond suffering a bee sting. It is great to see he was not going to allow that to interfere with the enjoyment of an intensely contested race!

D-Grade, were the final group contesting the long course tonight. They were a slightly smaller group and included three of our up and coming, junior riders, Sydney Blackburn, Caleb and Finn Roberts. It seems that their young legs were definitely an advantage on tonight’s course and these three riders were able to put over a minute into the rest of their grade. Once again Sydney managed to find herself ‘leading out’ the Roberts brothers in the sprint with Caleb, again showing a clean pair of heals to the others.

E-Grade contested the short course tonight. There were two more of our up-and coming junior riders in this grade, Bianca Green and Scarlet McCallum. Joining these youngsters were two tandems ridden by Doug Maclachlan/Meri Murphy and Rod/Jenni Sutherland. Joining them in E-grade tonight was another returning rider – Di Chesmar. Once again in this grade young legs were definitely an advantage and Bianca took line honours with the Sutherland’s tandem a matter of seconds behind.

Many thanks to all the race officials and marshals who kept us safe out there and assisted with punctures. Also thanks to those who provided the BBQ, rehydration and instant energy in the form of the lollies!

Next Week is the final Club Championship race – the hill climb up Admiral hill.

Full results from tonight are:

A-Grade
Shute  Race Number Rider Start Time Finish Time Ride Time
28 90 Mark Langlands 0:00:00 1:18:15 1:18:15
29 13 Ben Knight 0:00:00 1:18:16 1:18:16
39 7 Laurence Kent 0:00:00 1:22:30 1:22:30
40 46 Derek Roberts 0:00:00 1:22:33 1:22:33
41 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:00:00 1:22:35 1:22:35
42 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:00:00 1:22:51 1:22:51
43 101 Eddy Kuipers 0:00:00 1:22:51 1:22:51
44 36 Devan Simmonds 0:00:00 1:22:56 1:22:56
45 V2 Richard van Lint 0:00:00 1:22:56 1:22:56
69 Peter James 0:00:00 DNF
1 Tom McCallum 0:00:00 DNF
54 Dave Shepherd 0:00:00 DNF
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B-Grade
Shute  Race Number Rider Start Time Finish Time Ride Time
7 58 Harrison Deal 0:01:00 1:07:57 1:06:57
8 79 Bill van Workeom 0:01:00 1:07:58 1:06:58
9 75 Andrew Curtis-Cody 0:01:00 1:07:58 1:06:58
10 61 Darren Southon 0:01:00 1:07:58 1:06:58
11 53 Paul Wallace 0:01:00 1:08:00 1:07:00
12 5 Lesley Mouat 0:01:00 1:08:04 1:07:04
13 30 Corey Miller 0:01:00 1:09:31 1:08:31
15 112 Chris McBride 0:01:00 1:09:34 1:08:34
23 45 Donna Burkhart 0:01:00 1:12:02 1:11:02
30 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:01:00 1:18:19 1:17:19
97 Chris Smith 0:01:00 DNF
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    C-Grade
Shute  Race Number Rider Start Time Finish Time Ride Time
14 77 Terry Blackburn 0:02:00 1:09:31 1:07:31
16 120 Darren Sullivan 0:02:00 1:09:49 1:07:49
17 72 Rex Dowding 0:02:00 1:10:20 1:08:20
18 76 Peter Lee 0:02:00 1:11:00 1:09:00
19 V1 James Goodger 0:02:00 1:11:15 1:09:15
20 117 Simon Butler 0:02:00 1:11:26 1:09:26
21 15 David Hancock 0:02:00 1:11:26 1:09:26
22 32 Greg Baillie 0:02:00 1:11:27 1:09:27
24 2 Andi Bond 0:02:00 1:12:18 1:10:18
25 19 Daniel Jaques 0:02:00 1:13:36 1:11:36
26 38 Greg Lang 0:02:00 1:16:03 1:14:03
27 29 Ray Haste 0:02:00 1:17:21 1:15:21
34 80 Liam Moore 0:02:00 1:19:44 1:17:44
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D-Grade
Shute  Race Number Rider Start Time Finish Time Ride Time
31 48 Caleb Roberts 0:03:00 1:18:45 1:15:45
32 40 Finn Roberts 0:03:00 1:18:45 1:15:45
33 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:03:00 1:18:47 1:15:47
35 21 Anil Raman 0:03:00 1:20:06 1:17:06
36 43 John Murray 0:03:00 1:20:28 1:17:28
37 26 David Howden 0:03:00 1:20:28 1:17:28
38 57 Karen Blade 0:03:00 1:20:33 1:17:33
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E-Grade – Short Course
Shute  Race Number Rider Start Time Finish Time Ride Time
1 88 Bianca Green 0:04:00 0:41:56 0:37:56
2 74 Rod & Jenni Sutherland 0:04:00 0:41:59 0:37:59
3 55 Doug Maclachlan/Meri Murphy 0:04:00 0:42:59 0:38:59
4 Di Chesmar 0:04:00 0:44:23 0:40:23
5 71 Bruce McCallum 0:04:00 0:53:00 0:49:00
6 11 Scarlet McCallum 0:04:00 0:52:01 0:48:01

18 Championship Road Race 2018

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Tonight’s race was arguably the most prestigious race of the season, with Mass Start Road Races to decide the Club Championship Road Race for the season – serious and long lasting bragging rights were up for grabs. Riders are contesting not just the overall open championship in these races, but also their age group championship. This often means that races are happening within the overall race.

Thirty-one riders presented themselves to start the Men’s race, followed one minute later by twelve women and junior riders. Racing began at the Parkvale Hall and headed towards Martinborough with the women returning by the same route to Parkvale hall, whilst the men turned left to return via Pope’s Head and Millers Road. In both races the pressure was on from the start with some riders finding themselves unable to hang on to their bunch early on, whilst others suffered some bad luck with mechanicals.

In the women’s race a group of 5 riders soon found themselves out in front and catching riders who had been dropped from the men’s race. Finn and Caleb Roberts were working hard to stay with this bunch, that is until there was an attack off the front by Lesley Mouat and Belinda Fuller. The attack was quickly shut down on the descent leaving the 5 women continuing to race and turn together at Martinborough. This situation remained the same until the final two climbs close to the finish where Belinda Fuller, Lesley Mouat and Donna Burkhart put the pressure on to ride away together towards the sprint which was taken out by Donna Burkhart.

Special mention has to be made of how great it is to see our younger riders out on the course tonight, riding well and learning a lot about race-craft.

In the men’s race the pace was seriously quick right from the start with a number of riders unable to hang on. By 10 kms into the race Dan Waluszewski had attacked and was 20 seconds in front of the peloton. Dan then went into ‘Time Trial’ mode, demonstrating power, endurance and some serious speed, as he increased his lead and was not seen again until he had crossed the finish line for a decisive win. For the main peloton the climbs also proved decisive with Mark Langlands and Ben Knight also successfully slipping away off the front to set up a sprint finish for 2nd and 3rd that was taken out by Mark. There followed a series of sprint finishes as each of the following groups returned to Parkvale Hall interspersed with lone riders whose legs just wouldn’t last the distance in their groups on the final couple of climbs.

Finally, many thanks to all the race officials for keeping us safe and organised and to our social committee for organising the post race refuel!

Next Week: Is another brand new course – starting and finishing at Wainuioru School and racing to the base of the Kourarau hill and beyond. 

Provisional results:

Extra Short Course
shute order Race No Rider Start time Finish Time Race Time
1 11 Scarlet McCallum 0:01:00 1:03:35 1:02:35 1st U13 Girl
2 71 Bruce McCallum 0:01:00 1:03:36 1:02:36
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Junior Boys Short Course
shute order Race No Rider Start time Finish Time Race Time
9 48 Caleb Roberts 0:01:00 1:29:59 1:28:59 1st U15 Boy
10 40 Finn Roberts 0:01:00 1:30:03 1:29:03 1st U17 Boy
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Women’s Open Champs
shute order Race No Rider Start time Finish Time Race Time
3 45 Donna Burkhart 0:01:00 1:20:50 1:19:50 Champion
4 5 Lesley Mouat 0:01:00 1:20:51 1:19:51 2nd
5 10 Belinda Fuller 0:01:00 1:20:51 1:19:51 3rd
6 89 Emily Lutyens 0:01:00 1:21:10 1:20:10 1st U23 Girl
7 34 Kirsten Goodin 0:01:00 1:21:27 1:20:27
11 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:01:00 1:30:53 1:29:53 1st U19 Girl
12 57 Karen Blade 0:01:00 1:30:53 1:29:53
15 31 Jenny Devenport 0:01:00 1:32:18 1:31:18
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Men’s Open Champs
shute order Race No Rider Start time Finish Time Race Time
8 83 Dan Waluszewski 0:00:00 1:27:21 1:27:21 Champion
13 90 Mark Langlands 0:00:00 1:31:19 1:31:19 2nd
14 13 Ben Knight 0:00:00 1:31:20 1:31:20 3rd
16 92 Phil Sutherland 0:00:00 1:32:46 1:32:46
17 69 Peter James 0:00:00 1:32:46 1:32:46
18 46 Derek Roberts 0:00:00 1:32:47 1:32:47
19 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:00:00 1:32:47 1:32:47
20 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:00:00 1:32:47 1:32:47
21 54 Dave Shepherd 0:00:00 1:32:47 1:32:47
22 101 Eddie Kuipers 0:00:00 1:32:48 1:32:48
23 44 Craig Mangin 0:00:00 1:32:49 1:32:49
24 61 Darren Southon 0:00:00 1:34:15 1:34:15
25 1 Tom McCallum 0:00:00 1:35:47 1:35:47 1st U19 Boy
26 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:00:00 1:42:34 1:42:34
27 41 Gareth Price 0:00:00 1:42:34 1:42:34
28 96 Andrew Linton 0:00:00 1:42:35 1:42:35
29 77 Terry Blackburn 0:00:00 1:42:35 1:42:35
30 75 Andy Curtis-Cody 0:00:00 1:42:35 1:42:35
31 97 Chris Smith 0:00:00 1:42:35 1:42:35
32 72 Rex Dowding 0:00:00 1:42:38 1:42:38
33 76 Peter Lee 0:00:00 1:42:41 1:42:41
34 32 Greg Baillie 0:00:00 1:49:30 1:49:30
35 59 Mike Clinton-Baker 0:00:00 1:49:32 1:49:32
36 14 Brian Sanders 0:00:00 1:49:34 1:49:34
37 15 David Hancock 0:00:00 1:55:27 1:55:27
38 2 Andrew Bond 0:00:00 1:55:28 1:55:28
39 26 David Howden 0:00:00 2:03:02 2:03:02
40 21 Anil Raman 0:00:00 2:03:02 2:03:02
41 17 Stan Braaksma 0:00:00 2:03:37 2:03:37
81 Jorge Sandoval 0:00:00 DNF
53 Paul Wallace 0:00:00 DNF

 

Race 17 2 laps Millers Road, HRR

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On one of the warmest evenings of the summer, 42 riders braved the heat and presented themselves to the starter to contest a Handicapped Road Race; 7 of those contested the shorter 1 lap course, and the remainder raced for line honours over the full 2 lap course. The aim of handicapping racing is for all the handicap groups to reach the finish at the same time and thus be able to sprint for line honours (and bragging rights). The handicapper sets each of the groups off at a time they have calculated should achieve this. The job of the riders in each of the groups is to work together to try and close the gap to the group in front of you and at the same time stay away from the chasing group. Tonight this proved impossible because of the toll the heat took on the riders, with a very high number abandoning after just 1 lap.

The story of tonight’s race begins with the two man breakaway of Madi Hartley-Brown and Tom McCallum who used their youth and superior climbing ability to succeed in riding off the front of scratch (the fastest group). Once over the Millers Road climb. Madi and Tom working together put even greater distance into scratch and quickly caught ‘break’ (next fastest group). As they raced past this group, only Devan Simmonds managed to hook onto the back of the young riders. Eventually the recent lack of training miles caught up with Tom and he was unable to continue at the pace of Madi and Devan.

It was these two riders who succeed in passing all the groups on the road. so tonight bragging rights for the full course go to our visiting rider, Madi Hartley-Brown. Madi is one of New Zealand’s rising cycling stars and a name to watch out for in the future. Bragging rights also go to Devan, who had a fantastic ride tonight – he puts this down to working outside all of the time, so he is conditioned to the warm weather, unlike many who have been hiding in air-conditioned offices and homes!

Amongst the women bragging rights go to Emily Lutyens, who proved tonight that she HAS been training, and is beginning to get back to fitness and fulfil her potential. The fastest woman tonight, once again was Belinda Fuller who is proving herself a force to be reckoned with.

For the Short Course riders, another familiar name was prominent -the youngest rider in tonight’s race – Caleb Roberts was also the fastest and first across the line, followed not very far behind by Sydney Blackburn, the youngest woman rider. In this race Sydney thought Caleb had begun his sprint a bit early, let him go and paid the price! She now knows he is a very determined young rider with a great sprint finish!

Next week: Club Championship Road Race starting at Parkvale Hall and racing towards Martinborough.

 

Millars Road Circuit HRR
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time  
8 Madi Hartley-Brown 0:19:00 1:49:38 1:30:38 1st and fastest Man
9 36 Devan Simmonds 0:14:00 1:52:20 1:38:20
10 89 Emily Lutyens 0:00:00 1:52:25 1:52:25 1st Woman
11 90 Mark Langlands 0:19:00 1:52:35 1:33:35
12 46 Derek Roberts 0:19:00 1:52:36 1:33:36
13 54 Dave Shepherd 0:19:00 1:52:37 1:33:37
14 69 Peter James 0:14:00 1:52:38 1:38:38
15 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:19:00 1:52:43 1:33:43
16 1 Tom McCullum 0:19:00 1:52:46 1:33:46
17 10 Belinda Fuller 0:14:00 1:54:08 1:40:08 Fastest Woman
18 53 Paul Wallace 0:14:00 1:54:09 1:40:09
19 119 Jeff Saywell 0:19:00 1:55:48 1:36:48
20 61 Darren Southon 0:14:00 1:56:50 1:42:50
21 76 Peter Lee 0:09:00 1:56:50 1:47:50
22 101 Eddy Kuipers 0:19:00 1:56:51 1:37:51
23 21 Anil Raman 0:00:00 1:57:33 1:57:33
24 15 David Hancock 0:00:00 1:57:35 1:57:35
25 115 Robert Jaques 0:09:00 1:57:57 1:48:57
26 Alex McMillan 0:19:00 1:58:42 1:39:42
27 116 Peter Jones/Derek Cox 0:19:00 1:59:03 1:40:03
28 120 Darren Sullivan 0:09:00 1:59:05 1:50:05
29 13 Ben Knight 0:19:00 2:01:55 1:42:55
30 77 Terry Blackburn 0:09:00 2:03:14 1:54:14
31 31 Jenny Devenport 0:00:00 2:03:14 2:03:14
32 59 Michael Clinton-Baker 0:00:00 2:03:15 2:03:15
33 2 Andrew Bond 0:09:00 2:03:15 1:54:15
16 Julie Millar 0:00:00 DNF
45 Donna Burkhart 0:09:00 DNF
81 Jorge Sandoval 0:00:00 DNF
50 Earle Whitcombe 0:09:00 DNF
75 Andy Curtis-Cody 0:14:00 DNF
7 Laurence Kent 0:19:00 DNF
5 Lesley Mouat 0:14:00 DNF
41 Gareth Price 0:14:00 DNF
29 Ray Haste 0:09:00 DNF
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Short Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
1 48 Caleb Roberts 0:20:00 1:19:36 0:59:36 Short Course winner
2 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:20:00 1:19:38 0:59:38 1st Junior Woman
3 40 Finn Roberts 0:20:00 1:19:40 0:59:40
4 72 Rex Dowding 0:20:00 1:19:40 0:59:40
5 26 David Howden 0:20:00 1:19:41 0:59:41
6 74 Rod and Jenni Sutherland 0:20:00 1:27:03 1:07:03
7 71 Bruce McCallum 0:20:00 1:33:17 1:13:17

Race 16 – ITT Club Championship 2018 Provisional results

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The Individual Time Trial is often referred to as ‘the race of truth’. It is a measure of how fast each individual cyclist can ride against the clock, by themselves with no mates to help out, or push the wind. It is also the race where lots of folks are tempted to brings out the ‘bike bling’ – specialist time trial bikes, aero bars, disk wheels – in fact anything that they believe might help them get that bike to go faster.

Tonight Forty one cyclists presented themselves to the starter for the Club Championship race, 39 to contest the full 40 kms course and 2 to contest the short course. The race starts just over the bridge on Te Ore Ore Road, turns onto Bideford Road the then heads up the Whangaehu Valley, returning to finish near the Marae on Bideford Road.

With a warm North West Wind to push into on the way out, everyone was working hard and feeling the strain in the legs and the burn of their heart and lungs as they tried to find the right gear to propel themselves forward as fast as possible. It is a testing course, that gradually climbs all the way to the turnaround and doesn’t feel like it  gives the rider much benefit on the way back, even though there are a few sections that are decidedly downhill and wind behind. By the time most riders turned, the breeze that made the outward section so hard seemed to have died, so there way no relief on the way back to the finish. When you have good legs, you don’t notice, but when a rider is having a bad day, it is certainly 40 kms of pain and frustration.

Congratulations tonight to Ben Knight who was the only rider to crack the hour mark finishing in 59 minutes and 46 seconds, and he did so on a single speed bike! In second place was Derek Roberts and third was Mark Langlands. In the women’s race Belinda Fuller finished fastest in a time of 1 hour 9 minutes and 53 seconds. Second was Kirsten Goodin and third Lesley Mouat. The full results posted are provisional at this stage, and yet to be confirmed.

Congratulations also to all our riders who represented ACM admirably in the Wellington Masters 2 day tour. Notable achievements from Darren Southon who was 1st male rider in C-Grade, Rex Dowding 1st male rider in D-Grade, Ray Haste who was 2nd, Greg Baillie who was 3rd and Mike Parker 5th all in E-Grade. Good luck to all ACM members who will represent us in the first of the Interclub Races on Sunday. This is hosted by Wellington Masters.

Next week the race is a handicapped road race 2 laps round the Millers Road circuit starting at Gladstone Church.

Provisional Results of Club Championship Individual Time Trial:

shute order Race No Rider Start Time Finish Time Race Time
5 13 Ben Knight 0:18:00 1:17:46 0:59:46 1st Man
12 46 Derek Roberts 0:17:30 1:20:06 1:02:36 2nd man
19 90 Mark Langlands 0:18:30 1:21:42 1:03:12 3rd Man
15 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:16:30 1:20:48 1:04:18
20 101 Eddy Kuipers 0:17:00 1:21:47 1:04:47
3 Bill van Woerkom 0:09:00 1:15:28 1:06:28
8 19 Daniel Jaques 0:12:00 1:19:00 1:07:00
18 36 Devan Simmonds 0:14:30 1:21:38 1:07:08
24 61 Darren Southon 0:15:00 1:22:13 1:07:13
14 92 Phil Sutherland 0:13:00 1:20:27 1:07:27
17 96 Andrew Linton 0:13:30 1:21:16 1:07:46
10 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:11:00 1:19:44 1:08:44
32 69 Peter James 0:15:30 1:24:54 1:09:24
11 10 Belinda Fuller 0:10:00 1:19:53 1:09:53 1st Woman
6 72 Rex Dowding 0:08:00 1:18:23 1:10:23
13 34 Kirsten Goodin 0:09:30 1:20:07 1:10:37 2nd woman
36 Mike Wilkinson 0:16:00 1:27:20 1:11:20
29 30 Corey Miller 0:12:30 1:24:25 1:11:55
7 100 Stephen Brown 0:06:30 1:18:55 1:12:25
34 41 Gareth Price 0:14:00 1:26:48 1:12:48
4 59 Mike Clinton-Baker 0:04:00 1:17:45 1:13:45
26 120 Darren Sullivan 0:08:30 1:22:54 1:14:24
9 14 Brian Sanders 0:04:30 1:19:09 1:14:39
37 112 Chris McBride 0:11:30 1:27:46 1:16:16
35 5 Lesley Mouat 0:10:30 1:26:58 1:16:28 3rd Woman
21 32 Greg Baillie 0:05:00 1:21:52 1:16:52
30 77 Terry Blackburn 0:07:00 1:24:26 1:17:26
31 33 Stephen Hannam 0:06:00 1:24:28 1:18:28
16 15 David Hancock 0:02:30 1:21:04 1:18:34
22 57 Karen Blade 0:02:00 1:21:53 1:19:53
25 Lawrence Field 0:02:00 1:22:29 1:20:29
28 21 Anil Raman 0:03:00 1:23:35 1:20:35
23 17 Stan Braaksma 0:00:30 1:21:54 1:21:24
27 74 Jenni Sutherland/Rod Sutherland 0:00:00 1:23:19 1:23:19
33 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:00:30 1:25:07 1:24:37
40 43 John Murray 0:03:30 1:30:42 1:27:12
38 48 Caleb Roberts 0:01:30 1:29:03 1:27:33
39 40 Finn Roberts 0:01:00 1:29:49 1:28:49
41 David Hodder 0:05:30 DNF
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Short course
shute order Race No Rider Start Time Finish Time Race Time
1 55 Douglas Maclachlan/Meri Murphy 0:19:00 0:53:14 0:34:14
2 82 Ethan Hayes 0:19:30 0:55:32 0:36:02

Race 15, Upper Plain Criterium

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Tonight’s race was fast and furious and became a race of attrition (or was it death – either dead legs or dead heart and lungs!). Forty riders presented themselves to start the pre-New Zealand Cycle Classic  – i.e. our ACM club mass start road race around the same circuit as the NZCC boys raced afterwards.

Right from the start the pace was on, and it was a case of can you handle the pace, hang on and manage to sprint back on out of each of the corners.  For many the answer to that question was “no, I can’t”, so the front bunch quickly became a bunch of 18 riders and then two visitors (Christian Rush and John Mudgway) managed to attack and escape off the front of the race in a breakaway. By the time the peloton crossed the line at the 30 minute stage there were 16 riders still chasing the 2. On the final circuit the gap closed considerably and at the finish the first of the main peloton were a matter of 2 second away from catching the breakaway.

Congratulations to Christian and John for success in their breakaway. Congratulations to Derek Roberts, Tom McCallum and Phil Sutherland at the pointy end of the chase. Congratulations to Derek Cox and Peter Jones – fastest tandem. Congratulations to Belinda Fuller, fastest woman. Commiserations to all those riders in the front peloton whose legs died on the final circuit!

The main hard luck story of tonight’s race goes to Liam Moore who punctured on the first lap! A lesson in making sure the bike is race ready prior to the start, maybe.. perhaps?

Quite a few starters found themselves being lapped by the main peloton during the race. On this occasion the lapped riders were not eliminated and so remained in the race, and have not been removed from the results even though they may have raced a lap less than others.

Whilst all our riders recovered from their exertions, they were able to appreciate the speed and ability of our NZCC riders. Good luck for the rest of the race boys. Keep it safe and race well. I’m sure many of us will be on a hill to cheer you on during the next 5 days.

Next week is the next of our Club Championships – the Individual Time Trial, so lets see how much ‘bling’ we can find before then!

The full results from tonight are as follows (bear in mind lapped riders are included in the order they crossed the finish line after 30 minutes and 1 lap)

finish order race number rider time  
1 Christian Rush 0:34:18 1st man
2 John Mudgway 0:34:22 2nd man
3 46 Derek Roberts 0:34:26 1st ACM rider
4 1 Tom McCallum 0:34:26 2nd ACM rider
5 92 Phil Sutherland 0:34:27 3rd ACM rider
6 13 Ben Knight 0:34:27
7 116 Derek Cox/Peter Jones 0:34:28 1st Tandem
8 96 Andrew Linton 0:34:28
9 61 Darren Southon 0:34:29
10 10 Belinda Fuller 0:34:29 1st Woman
11 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:34:29
12 119 Jeff Saywell 0:34:29
13 30 Corey Miller 0:34:30
14 75 Andrew Curtis-Cody 0:34:32
15 Craig Roger 0:34:33
16 54 Dave Shepherd 0:34:33
17 36 Devan Simmonds 0:34:42
18 5 Lesley Mouat 0:35:19 2nd Woman
19 31 Jenny Devenport 0:37:13 3rd woman
20 48 Caleb Roberts 0:37:53
21 57 Karen Blade 0:37:57
22 55 Douglas Maclachlan/Ms Murphy 0:37:59 2nd Tandem
23 19 Daniel Jaques 0:38:14
24 2 Andrew Bond 0:38:36
25 76 Peter Lee 0:38:37
26 77 Terry Blackburn 0:38:37
27 72 Rex Dowding 0:38:37
28 89 Emily Lutyens 0:38:37
29 15 David Hancock 0:38:38
30 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:39:20
31 Diana Borman 0:39:20
32 32 Greg Baillie 0:39:51
33 22 Mike Parker 0:39:51
34 38 Greg Lang 0:39:51
35 21 Anil Raman 0:39:53
36 Alan Koziawski 0:39:53
37 51 David Hodder 0:39:54
38 100 Stephen Brown 0:39:54
39 59 Mike Clinton-Baker 0:39:54
40 78 Sydney Blackburn DNF
80 Liam Moore DNF Puncture

Race 14, Kourarau Loop, HRR

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The first race of the second half of the season began in almost perfect weather conditions, which led to quicker times than last year for many riders. But make no mistake the 40 riders who presented themselves to the starter were all in for a tough ride with this course, billed as one to kick start the return to fitness after too much Christmas/New Year indulgence! As the results show all the bunches split, most long before they crossed the finish line – Kourarau is a hill that is renown for splitting bunches, and at least one of the bunches had split before they reached the base of the climb.

Tonight congratulations go to Terry Blackburn taking line honours for the full course with Donna Burkhart the first woman to cross the line, hot on Terry’s heals. Congratulations to Ben Knight who just out-climbed Mark Langlands to be the fastest man and to Lesley Mouat who was the fastest woman on the long course. Congratulations also to Sydney Blackburn for taking out the short course and to Ethan Hayes the youngest rider on the night.

Many thanks to marshals and race officials and also to David and Lyn Howden for hosting a fabulous ‘after match’ supper at their home.

Next week will be slightly different with our club race being held slightly earlier but over the same course as Jorge’s ‘big boys’ (NZ Classic Tour) starting outside Mitre 10 on Ngaumutawa Road. This is a great chance for everyone to have a good hit out themselves and then stand back and appreciate the speed and strength of those Pro’s!

Full Results from tonight are:

Full Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
4 77 Terry Blackburn 0:11:00 1:30:56 1:19:56 1st man
5 45 Donna Burkhart 0:11:00 1:31:20 1:20:20 1st woman
6 13 Ben Knight 0:24:00 1:31:25 1:07:25 Fastest man
7 90 Mark Langlands 0:24:00 1:31:25 1:07:25
8 36 Devan Simmonds 0:18:00 1:31:52 1:13:52
9 53 Paul Wallace 0:18:00 1:32:00 1:14:00
10 5 Lesley Mouat 0:18:00 1:32:06 1:14:06 Fastest woman
11 76 Peter Lee 0:11:00 1:32:13 1:21:13
12 41 Gareth Price 0:18:00 1:32:23 1:14:23
13 61 Darren Southon 0:18:00 1:32:25 1:14:25
14 30 Corey Miller 0:18:00 1:33:34 1:15:34
15 72 Rex Dowding 0:11:00 1:33:42 1:22:42
16 visitor Dianne Borman 0:11:00 1:33:48 1:22:48
17 14 Brian Sanders 0:11:00 1:33:50 1:22:50
18 Alan Koziawski 0:06:00 1:34:03 1:28:03
19 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:24:00 1:34:09 1:10:09
20 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:24:00 1:35:02 1:11:02
21 119 Jeff Saywell 0:24:00 1:35:10 1:11:10
22 100 Stephen Brown 0:11:00 1:35:12 1:24:12
23 54 Dave Shepherd 0:24:00 1:35:28 1:11:28
24 46 Derek Roberts 0:24:00 1:35:29 1:11:29
25 75 Andy Curtis-Cody 0:18:00 1:35:50 1:17:50
26 120 Daren Sullivan 0:11:00 1:35:54 1:24:54
27 118 Derek Cox 0:24:00 1:36:02 1:12:02
28 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:18:00 1:36:11 1:18:11
29 19 Daniel Jaques 0:18:00 1:36:15 1:18:15
30 31 Jenny Devenport 0:06:00 1:36:26 1:30:26
31 21 Anil Raman 0:06:00 1:37:02 1:31:02
32 2 Andrew Bond 0:11:00 1:38:10 1:27:10
33 15 David Hancock 0:06:00 1:38:42 1:32:42
34 43 John Murray 0:00:00 1:39:45 1:39:45
35 17 Stan Braaksma 0:00:00 1:39:45 1:39:45
36 visitor Richard van Lent 0:24:00 1:40:41 1:16:41
37 69 Peter James 0:24:00 1:41:35 1:17:35
38 29 Ray Haste 0:11:00 1:41:41 1:30:41
39 117 Simon Butler 0:18:00 1:43:51 1:25:51
40 58 Harrison Deal 0:24:00 DNF
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Short Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
1 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:24:00 0:58:36 0:34:36
2 82 Ethan Hayes 0:24:00 1:02:15 0:38:15
3 Dave Hayes 0:24:00 1:02:23 0:38:23

Race 13 Miller Road, Admiral Hill, HRR

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Thirty five riders presented themselves to the starter for the final race of 2017. This race has been much anticipated over a new course. The full course riders headed south from Gladstone Church, turning on Longbush, then racing back and being turned left for the short sharp climb up the steep side of Millers road, and then after a short decent, turning around once more to race back towards Gladstone, where the final right turn headed riders towards the finish at the first summit of Admiral Hill. The short course riders, also headed south, and turned on Longbush, but avoided the climbs on Millers Road, before the Admiral Hill climb.

The weather this evening was cooler but there was a strong gusty wind that played its part, along with the challenging climbs, in isolating several riders from their start groups. In fact none of the start groups remained intact right to the finish. As the finish line came into view small groups, often just two or three riders sprinted for line honours.

Congratulations tonight to Darren Sullivan and Caleb Roberts, winners of the full course and short course respectively.  Also congratulations to Belinda Fuller – first and fastest woman, and Ben Knight – fastest man on the night.

Many thanks to all whom have made racing possible in the first half of the season, in particular Mark Jerling and Kevin MacKay for setting the course each week, to Brent Sowry our race manager and club captain, to Toni McCallum for timekeeping and to all who have done their share of marshalling duties.

We wish you all a Happy Christmas and good start to 2018.  Our first race for 2018 is Tuesday 9th January and is a Handicapped Road Race around the Kourarau Circuit.

The full results from tonight’s race are:

Full Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
1 120 Darren Sullivan 0:04:00 1:07:42 1:03:42
2 77 Terry Blackburn 0:04:00 1:08:25 1:04:25
3 36 Devan Simmonds 0:09:00 1:09:01 1:00:01
4 53 Paul Wallace 0:09:00 1:09:01 1:00:01
5 14 Brian Sanders 0:04:00 1:09:01 1:05:01
6 61 Darren Southon 0:09:00 1:09:09 1:00:09
7 60 John Allen 0:04:00 1:09:17 1:05:17
8 10 Belinda Fuller 0:09:00 1:09:19 1:00:19 Fastest woman
9 80 Liam Moore 0:04:00 1:09:30 1:05:30
10 5 Lesley Mouat 0:09:00 1:09:55 1:00:55
11 41 Gareth Price 0:09:00 1:10:17 1:01:17
12 30 Corey Miller 0:09:00 1:10:31 1:01:31
13 13 Ben Knight 0:16:00 1:10:43 0:54:43 Fastest man
14 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:16:00 1:11:17 0:55:17
15 45 Donna Burkhart 0:04:00 1:11:26 1:07:26
16 69 Peter James 0:09:00 1:11:35 1:02:35
17 2 Andrew Bond 0:04:00 1:11:43 1:07:43
18 96 Andrew Linton 0:09:00 1:12:29 1:03:29
19 119 Jeff Saywell 0:16:00 1:12:45 0:56:45
20 72 Rex Dowding 0:04:00 1:12:48 1:08:48
21 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:16:00 1:13:10 0:57:10
22 101 Eddy Kuipers 0:16:00 1:13:52 0:57:52
24 46 Derek Roberts 0:16:00 1:15:53 0:59:53
26 118 Derek Cox/Peter Jones 0:16:00 1:17:12 1:01:12
27 44 Craig Mangin/Ray Haste 0:16:00 1:17:55 1:01:55
29 75 Andy Curtis-Cody 0:09:00 1:20:04 1:11:04
30 32 Greg Baillie 0:04:00 1:20:27 1:16:27
31 21 Anil Raman 0:04:00 1:20:32 1:16:32
32 93 Steve Macan 0:04:00 1:20:45 1:16:45
34 38 Greg Lang 0:04:00 DNF
35 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:09:00 DQ (off course)
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Short Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
23 48 Caleb Roberts 0:11:00 1:15:53 1:04:53
25 22 Mike Parker 0:11:00 1:16:42 1:05:42
28 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:11:00 1:19:03 1:08:03
33 55 Doug Maclachlan 0:11:00 DNF

Race 12 – Carrington GRR

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Tonight was the challenge of a Graded Road Race around the Carrington Circuit with a hill top finish. That hill always caused issues in the grades – it may not be very long, but it is a difficult climb that has the capability of splitting bunches apart. In graded races the bunches don’t mix, so if you slip out the back door of one bunch you are not allowed to work with any other bunch that might catch you.

Despite the challenge of the final hillclimb there was a couple of close sprint finishes. Congratulations to Grade winners.Tonights results are in grade order.

Next week is the final pre-Christmas race, that finishes up Admiral! See you all there.

Just before the full results are revealed, another reminder that prior to the first race in January, EVERY ride must renew their Cycling New Zealand licence. Please visit the Cycling New Zealand website, login and follow the prompts.

The full results are:

A- Grade -3 1/2 Laps
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
21 90 Mark Langlands 0:00:00 1:06:40 1:06:40
22 V1 Chris Sutherland 0:00:00 1:06:43 1:06:43
23 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:00:00 1:06:48 1:06:48
24 119 Jeff Saywell 0:00:00 1:07:42 1:07:42
26 101 Eddie Kuipers 0:00:00 1:08:17 1:08:17
27 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:00:00 1:10:06 1:10:06
28 46 Derek Roberts 0:00:00 1:10:07 1:10:07
29 92 Phil Sutherland 0:00:00 1:10:31 1:10:31
30 7 Lawrence Kent 0:00:00 1:11:01 1:11:01
31 118 Derek Cox/Peter Jones 0:00:00 1:11:02 1:11:02
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B-Grade – 3 1/2 laps
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
32 69 Peter James 0:01:00 1:13:50 1:12:50
33 53 Paul Wallace 0:01:00 1:13:54 1:12:54
34 56 Andrew Linton 0:01:00 1:14:00 1:13:00
35 61 Darren Southon 0:01:00 1:14:00 1:13:00
36 97 Chris Smith 0:01:00 1:14:04 1:13:04
37 10 Belinda Fuller 0:01:00 1:14:09 1:13:09
38 5 Lesley Mouat 0:01:00 1:14:18 1:13:18
39 117 Simon Butler 0:01:00 1:14:36 1:13:36
40 75 Andrew Curtis-Cody 0:01:00 1:15:24 1:14:24
41 19 Daniel Jaques 0:01:00 1:16:38 1:15:38
42 Earle Whitcombe 0:01:00 DNF
43 Cory Miller 0:01:00 DNF
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C-Grade – 2 1/2 laps
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
7 76 Peter Lee 0:02:00 0:56:59 0:54:59
8 60 John Allen 0:02:00 0:57:01 0:55:01
9 72 Rex Dowding 0:02:00 0:57:08 0:55:08
10 2 Andy Bond 0:02:00 0:57:12 0:55:12
11 14 Brian Sanders 0:02:00 0:57:25 0:55:25
12 29 Ray Haste 0:02:00 1:00:39 0:58:39
14 32 Greg Baillie 0:02:00 1:01:40 0:59:40
15 16 Julie Millar 0:02:00 1:01:43 0:59:43
45 Dave Hodder 0:02:00 DNF
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D-Grade – 2 1/2 laps
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
13 100 Steve Brown 0:03:00 1:01:25 0:58:25
16 81 Jorge Sandoval 0:03:00 1:01:46 0:58:46
17 15 David Hancock 0:03:00 1:01:48 0:58:48
18 21 Anil Raman 0:03:00 1:01:50 0:58:50
19 59 Mike Clinton-Baker 0:03:00 1:01:55 0:58:55
20 31 Jenny Devenport 0:03:00 1:02:04 0:59:04
25 3 Mark Jerling 0:03:00 1:08:06 1:05:06
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E-Grade – 1 1/2 laps
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
1 48 Caleb Roberts 0:04:00 0:42:28 0:38:28
2 88 Bianca Green 0:04:00 0:42:40 0:38:40
3 55 Doug Maclachlan 0:04:00 0:44:11 0:40:11
4 74 Rod and Jenny Sutherland 0:04:00 0:48:35 0:44:35
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Short Course
Shute order race No Rider Start time Finish Time Ride Time
5 82 Ethan Hayes 0:04:00 0:55:19 0:51:19
6 v2 Dave Hayes 0:04:00 0:56:53 0:52:53
44 Finn Roberts 0:04:00 DNF

Criterion Championship Race

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Tonight was the first of the 2017-2018 Club Championship Races.  ‘Hot’ was the word for tonight’s race. The weather was hot, so was the pace of the racing and the sprints were hotly contested throughout the races. Unfortunately only three women presented themselves to the starter, so they raced alongside fifteen B-Grade men. Nineteen men contested the A-Grade men’s race.

The pace was on right from the gun in each of the races, which caught out a few riders who then had little or no hope of managing to close the gap that had opened up in front of them. Caleb Roberts found this out to his cost as did Andrew Linton.

In the first race, amongst the women, Donna proved her superior sprint power to win all but two of the sprints. Whilst in the B-grade men, Liam Moore proved the strongest, with Steve Brown in second place.

In the A-Grade men’s race, Ben Knight took a flyer right from the start, but the peloton reeled him back in for a while. It wasn’t long before four riders managed to engineer a breakaway – Ben Knight, Mark Langlands, Darren Southon and Derek Cox and Peter Jones on the tandem. This looked like a breakaway that was going all the way to the finish, however, as often happens a wheel was dropped and Ben and Mark had a gap that was never closed, and continued to grow right through to the finish. This dynamic duo continued with a demonstration of power and speed and in the process lapped many riders.

In the end we must congratulate Mark Langlands who retains his Club Championship title and also to Donna Burkhart who wins her first Club Championship Criterion title.

Next week is a graded road race over the Carrington Circuit.

Full results from tonight are:

Men’s Championship Criterion – A Grade
Rider S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 Total Final Place
Mark Langlands 5 5 3 3 5 3 3 5 32 1 Men’s Champion
Ben Knight 1 3 5 5 3 5 5 3 30 2
Derek Cox /Peter Jones 3 2 1 2 1 1 10 3
Derek Roberts 2 1 2 2 1 2 10 4
Phil Sutherland 1 1 2 4 5
Darren Southon 2 2 6
Erik D’Arbois 0
Laurence Kent 0
Paul Wallace 0
Simon Pumfrey 0
Andrew Curtis-Cody 0
Andrew Linton 0
Daniel Jaques 0
Simon Butler 0
Darren Sullivan 0
Ray Haste 0
Rex Dowding 0
Terry Blackburn 0
Peter Lee 0
Women’s Championship Criterion 
Rider S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 Total Final Place
Donna Burkhart 3 5 3 5 5 5 26 1 Women’s Champion
Lesley Mouat 5 3 5 3 3 3 22 2
Sydney Blackburn 1 1 1 1 4 3
Men’s B-Grace Criterion
Rider S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 Total Final Place
Liam Moore 1 5 5 3 5 3 22 1
Steve Brown 5 3 1 5 14 2
Anil Raman 2 5 7 3
Brian Sanders 3 2 5 4
Mark Jerling 2 1 3 5
John Allen 1 1 2 6
David Howden 0
Jorge Sandoval 0
Mark Halewood 0
Caleb Roberts 0
Doug Maclachlan 0
Mike Cohr 0
Mike Parker 0
Stan Braaksma 0
Ethan Hayes 0

Race 10 -Whangaehu – Bideford return, HRR

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Tonight’s race proved to be a popular one. So despite the number of folks with ‘Taupo’ or ‘Not Taupo’ weary legs (long rides in the weekend!) 59 riders presented themselves to the starter, 5 on the short course and 54 taking on the full course over the rolling Wairarapa landscape. Riders started into a head-cross cutter breeze and faced a number of gentle rolling hills on the way out and what most people consider to be one quite testing longer climb on the return journey. These things combined to cause quite a few riders to disappear out of their bunch via the open back door (why does it always seem to get left open!). Tonight’s results reflect that many of the riders who left on limit worked well together to maintain their time advantage over the chasing bunches, whilst the scratch bunch didn’t have the legs to close the gap to the front end of break.

Line honours and winner of tonight’s full course is Emily Lutyens – welcome back from your OE, a great way to mark your return to racing! Once again credit to Caleb Roberts who also rode a great race but lost the sprint to Emily tonight. The fastest woman this evening over the long course is Belinda Fuller and the fastest man Ben Knight – two names that are popping up on a regular basis in the results!

Of the short course riders, the Tandem, ridden by Rod and Jenni Sutherland proved the strongest contender tonight.

Next Week: the long awaited and great fun of a ‘Crit’ – Venue is the Masterton Motorplex.

Note: No official marshals required – one bunch on the race-track at a time and those not out racing assist the race manager ‘spotting’ for sprint points.

Full results from tonights race are:

Full Course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
1 89 Emily Lutyens 0:00:00 1:04:18 1:04:18 First woman
2 48 Caleb Roberts 0:00:00 1:04:19 1:04:19 First male
3 22 Mike Parker 0:00:00 1:04:28 1:04:28
4 78 Sydney Blackburn 0:00:00 1:05:30 1:05:30
6 115 Robert Jaques 0:10:00 1:05:41 0:55:41
7 72 Rex Dowding 0:10:00 1:05:46 0:55:46
8 45 Donna Burkhart 0:10:00 1:05:46 0:55:46
9 77 Terry Blackburn 0:10:00 1:05:47 0:55:47
10 76 Peter Lee 0:10:00 1:05:47 0:55:47
11 14 Brian Sanders 0:10:00 1:05:48 0:55:48
12 60 John Allen 0:10:00 1:05:52 0:55:52
13 34 Kirsten Goodin 0:10:00 1:05:53 0:55:53
14 2 Andrew Bond 0:10:00 1:06:16 0:56:16
15 15 David Hancock 0:06:00 1:06:19 1:00:19
16 81 Jorge Sandoval 0:06:00 1:05:23 0:59:23
17 25 Stacey Miller 0:00:00 1:07:23 1:07:23
18 36 Devan Simmonds 0:17:00 1:08:26 0:51:26
19 53 Paul Wallace 0:17:00 1:08:27 0:51:27
20 10 Belinda Fuller 0:17:00 1:08:27 0:51:27 Fastest woman
21 30 Corey Miller 0:17:00 1:08:27 0:51:27
22 5 Lesley Mouat 0:17:00 1:08:27 0:51:27
23 61 Darren Southon 0:17:00 1:08:28 0:51:28
24 41 Gareth Price 0:17:00 1:08:31 0:51:31
25 59 Mike Clinton-Baker 0:06:00 1:08:33 1:02:33
26 31 Jenny Devenport 0:06:00 1:08:35 1:02:35
27 42 Sheri Wales 0:06:00 1:08:36 1:02:36
29 19 Daniel Jaques 0:17:00 1:08:57 0:51:57
30 97 Chris Smith 0:17:00 1:08:58 0:51:58
31 50 Earle Whitcombe 0:17:00 1:08:59 0:51:59
32 117 Simon Butler 0:17:00 1:09:02 0:52:02
33 44 Craig and Jenna Mangin 0:17:00 1:09:05 0:52:05
34 13 Ben Knight 0:21:00 1:09:10 0:48:10 Fastest man
36 57 Karen Blade 0:06:00 1:10:09 1:04:09
37 101 Eddie Kuipers 0:21:00 1:10:12 0:49:12
38 75 Andy Curtis-Cody 0:17:00 1:10:25 0:53:25
39 120 Darren Sullivan 0:10:00 1:10:39 1:00:39
40 54 Dave Shepherd 0:21:00 1:10:44 0:49:44
41 100 Steve Brown 0:10:00 1:10:53 1:00:53
42 29 Ray Haste 0:10:00 1:11:02 1:01:02
43 16 Julie Millar 0:10:00 1:11:03 1:01:03
44 90 Mark Langlands 0:21:00 1:11:05 0:50:05
45 70 Simon Pumfrey 0:21:00 1:11:13 0:50:13
46 43 John Murray 0:06:00 1:11:47 1:05:47
47 17 Stan Braaksma 0:00:00 1:11:48 1:11:48
48 46 Derek Roberts 0:21:00 1:12:36 0:51:36
49 119 Jeff Saywell 0:21:00 1:12:37 0:51:37
50 73 Erik D’Arbois 0:21:00 1:12:42 0:51:42
51 3 Mark Jerling 0:06:00 1:12:44 1:06:44
52 1 Tom McCallum 0:21:00 1:13:31 0:52:31
53 99 Mark Halewood 0:10:00 1:14:18 1:04:18
54 93 Steve Macan 0:10:00 1:15:19 1:05:19
56 26 David Howden 0:06:00 1:15:34 1:09:34
92 Phil Sutherland 0:21:00 DNF
69 Peter James 0:21:00 DNF
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Short course
shute race no rider start time finish time ride time
5 74 Rod and Jenny Sutherland 0:22:00 1:05:35 0:43:35
28 11 Scarlet McCallum 0:22:00 1:08:37 0:46:37
35 71 Bruce McCallum 0:22:00 1:09:17 0:47:17
55 Ethan Hayes 0:22:00 1:15:33 0:53:33
98 Penny Walker 0:22:00 DNF