Jack Pinchin 12pts
Alex Brawn 12
Kyle Kirton 9
Murray Kirton 9
Graham Martin 7
Ian Ellis 6
Matthew Elliot 6
On 16th July, 10 riders (past and present) from A5 Rangers took part in the Etape du Tour. This is the same route the Tour de France will take on 20th July with 113 miles and 12,000 vertical feet.
12,162 started in total, but only 11,207 finished meaning 955 didn’t finish. Despite the distance, climbing and temperature rising to 36C on the final ascent to Col d‘Izoard, all 10 finished with times and positions below.
A special congratulations to Darren for a truly impressive time and beating ex-pros Frank Schleck at 7:44:39 and Thor Hushovd at 7:04:36, but also congratulations to all 10 as just finishing this event ahead of strict broom wagon with time limits is a massive achievement! The support from the locals and tourists was incredibly, offering support, food, drink and very welcome pouring of water over head and down back. A truly amazing event that will not get forgotten.
Darren Impey 7:03:25 1457
Craig Farr 8:16:37 4300
Dave Stimpson 8:20:32 4482
Mark Conway 8:45:20 5653
Craig Downhill 9:15:18 7058
Paul Ranson 9:21:08 7287
Martin Smith 9:44:34 8273
Andrew Overton 9:56:12 8715
Mark Bladon 9:56:16 8721
Francis Rodriguez 11:33:26 1102
Thanks to Martin Smith for the words - his ride can be seen at https://www.relive.cc/view/1086741094
We are past half way in our club time trial calender for 2017 but we still have a few more marshalling slots to fill at the end of July/beginning of August. After a risk assessment review we have had to find an extra marshal for a couple of the courses. Ring Trevor Parrish on 01604 764182
Rode the east Anglian tt. Course E2/10 on Thursday 29th June 2017,managed a best ever time P.B. OF 0-24-14 ave.speed of 24.7 MPH. Murray
5 miles 10 miles 25 miles
After 5 races after 3 races after 1 race.2nd event null and void
Lee Williams 12 points Graham Martin 7 Jack Pinchin 5
Sophie Cox 9 ½ Alex Brawn 7 Alex Brawn 4
Jack Pinchin 9 Matthew Elliot 6 Ian Ellis 3
Pete Trotman 7 Ian Ellis 6 Joey Wood 2
Clayton Jones 6 ½
Silverstone Circuits are excited to have added monthly cycling events to their event calendar for the season please see: http://www.silverstone.co.uk/experiences/running-cycling/
Ever wanted to run or cycle around the UK’s only Grand Prix Circuit? Well, now you can!
We will be opening the circuit to all members of the public who want to join us in a run, or a cycle, around the famous Silverstone track. Get away from the hustle and bustle of public streets/roads and train on a smooth surface in a safe and controlled environment.
Our sessions are open to all levels of experience, so you can train and take part at your own pace.