A5RCC Race Secretary’s report 1/8/2016
 
All racing proceeding normally as far as i know.
 

Food for thought:



  1. Cub exists to promote cycling
  2. I am Race Sec. but am not inclined to partake in club TTs.
  3. I was encouraged by Club members to enter Ride London
  4. I didn’t realise there were so many cyclists in the World, never mind London: 29,000 entrants!
  5. Average at our time trials: 9.5 (& that boosted by Mercedes)
  6. Club membership about 150
  7. My guesstimate of clubs in UK: C 500
  8. Ride London entry divided by UK clubs: 58
  9. A5R members entering Ride London: 13

CONCLUSION: Ride London is much more attractive to cyclists than our TTs

QUESTION: are we promoting competitive cycling as best we can?

Name Age Club Time
Sue Holliday 59 A5R 19.09
Kyle Kirton 22 A5R 16.39
Murray Kirton 75 A5R 15.3
George Oates 25 N/A 14.39
Dave Arrundale 42 MAMGCC 14.08
Ant Harris 37 MAMGCC 12.48
Andrew Bonjour 28 MAMGCC 14.27
Nicholas Cooper 38 MAMGCC 16.21
Paul Drewery 49 MAMGCC 13.59
Logan Black 38 MAMGCC 13.27
Piran Tedbury 25 MAMGCC 11.59
Jason Lamb 40 MAMGCC 12.31
Scott Millar 44 A5R 17.04
Keith Mason 80 A5R 25.47

 

9th July VTTA East Anglia Open 25 mile TT at Newmarket
3 A5 Rangers rode, Very windy conditions,
 
Dave Stockley 01:14:16
Trevor Parrish 01:10:50
Murray Kirton 01:07:55, 41 min into headwind to the turn and 26 min back with max speed of 35mph on the flat
 
17th July CC Breckland Open 100 mile TT near Snetterton
 
Winner Mark Turnbull TORQ Performance 04:36:59
Murray Kirton A5 Rangers CC 05:00:04, Murray's best 100 mile time since 2008

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