DYNAMITE! #55, 20.05.05

November 21, 2010

DYNAMITE! The OFFICIAL London Dynamo Newsletter #55, 20.05.05

FULL FORCE
Many heroic Dynamates have already learned that being a part of the cycling galaxy’s very own rebel alliance is an out-of-this world experience – and to get in the mood for the premiere of the latest episode in the Newsletter’s cosmic-sized narrative, we would advise you to head for our “story-so-far” results section right now. Once you’ve reached The Small Print, simply tip over your monitor so the screen is almost vertical, press your nose against the edge and slowly scroll through the textual monolith while belting out this familiar orchestral theme: “Da-da-da-daaaa-daa, da-da-da-DAAAA-daa, da-da-da-DAAAA-daa, DA-DA-DA-DAAAA!” That’s right, sci-fi-loving readers – we’ll soon be going far, far away to discover what happened when the Dark Side of south Wales felt The Force of Dynamo at the prestigious L’Etape De La Defonce two-day stage race. So come with us as we relate the sprawling saga of the past week. Here comes Obi-Wan heck of a journey…

EPISODE I: THE PHANTOM FINISH
Maybe he’s been inspired by Alessandro Petacchi in stage nine of this week’s Giro, or perhaps he picked up a few tips from his racy housemate TOM ‘HUMBLE’ HEMMANT – but whatever he’s been up to, CHRIS ‘VAN CHADDERS’ CHAPMAN managed to transform himself from tenacious climber to full-on speedman for the 3rd cat race at Crystal Palace on Tuesday. The King of the Spinners was 3rd over the line in the bunch sprint, giving him 7th overall – but according to the bespectacled boy wonder, the organisers snatched away his moment of glory by including lapped riders between the break and what was left of the bunch. Say it isn’t so, pal! Impartial as ever, DYNAMITE! is listing the disputed results for now, although we’ll run a corrected version next week if we receive an official communication from the crit commissars. You can’t say fairer than that! There was no such confusion for GUY ‘THE ENGINE’ POWDRILL, who grabbed the No.4 spot as part of a break and later bragged to Tom that Dynamo was going to “dominate” the three-day at the end of the month. So we know who to blame if it all goes wrong!

EPISODE II: ATTACK OF THE GROANS
The club’s quiet man also witnessed IAN ‘KING OF’ PAINE live up to his Dyna-moniker by attacking every lap during the E/1/2/3 race at Palace – only for the pack to prompt his groans of dismay by steadfastly sticking together. Bad luck, buddy! Drained Ian, who was in an early break with Hemmant, still managed to get 8th place. Tom, meanwhile, sat on for most of the race to take 2nd behind Brian Taylor. Nice one! The Putney point-gobbler had ventured to East Hanningfield in Essex a couple of days earlier where he finished 2nd in the 110km 1/2/3/4 race. There’s no stopping him!

EPISODE III: REVENGE OF THE TWIT
There was an extra slice of criterium action this week – but despite GAVIN ‘NO LYIN” RYAN taking 4th and DAVID ‘STRINGY’ STREULE finishing 9th, the category 3 race at Crawley town centre was marred by a crash which denied RICHARD ‘PLACING’ MASON a chance to demonstrate the appropriateness of his nickname. Through no fault of his own, the unlucky lad has also been felled at Crowhurst and Palace in recent weeks – and he revealed in a text message to GORDON ‘KEN-A-LIKE’ KENNEWAY that on this occasion he was taken down by a rider making a “suicidal overtaking move” on the highly technical course. There’s too much of that kind of thing going around, buddy! Eyewitness PAUL ‘CANNONBALL’ CALLINAN, who later saw WARRICK ‘SPEEDY’ SPENCE nab 7th in the E/1/2 competition, heard the guilty man complaining by the side of the circuit that his victim had been “in the way”. But what was the name of this opinionated rider who helped Richard dislocate his shoulder? Step forward voluble ex-Dynamo committee man and former Sunday ride “organiser” Andy ‘Listen Up’ Stevenson. He never ceases to amaze us!

EPISODE IV: THE NEW HOPES
In a bid to help our stunned readership recover from this bombshell, DYNAMITE! now turns its attention to two relative newcomers on the Dynamatic scene who have probably never had the opportunity of being led through the Surrey hills by the bandana-wearing pothole-spotter. Lucky old them! The ever-informative TOM ‘HUMBLE’ HEMMANT tells us that Dynamette MEL WILLIAMS won a 19-mile SPOCO time trial this week while DARREN ‘PACKING ‘EM’ MINSHALL showed once again that he’s the Hardest Working Man In Dynamo by grabbing 10th at the 102km Anglo Polymers 3rd cat race on Sunday. Now come and do a Surrey League race, mate!

EPISODE V: DISASTER STRIKES BACK
And while young Darren toiled away in exotic Huntingdon, human powerhouse GUY ‘THE ENGINE’ POWDRILL was stuck on an emotional rollercoaster at the Milland Hill one-day stage race, which featured the eponymous and much talked-about 25 percent climb. That’s gotta hurt! The big fella was overjoyed to win the yellow jersey by 4 seconds in the opening 4.8 mile time trial – but he was distraught when his chain flipped out in the final three miles of the road race, causing him to finish 14 seconds behind the stage winner. Bad luck, chum! He consoled himself with the knowledge that he still managed to take 2nd in the final general classification of the 3rd cat race while domestiques STUART ‘EASY PEASY’ SPIES and GORDON ‘KEN-A-LIKE’ KENNEWAY were rewarded with 4th and 11th overall respectively following their top five finishes in the second stage. That’s ample reward for chasing down umpteen attacks on Guy’s behalf!

EPISODE VI: RETURN OF THE CHAD-I:
There was, of course, a bigger stage race going on this weekend – and DYNAMITE! is pleased to report that the annual L’Etape De La Defonce in Cowbridge, south Wales, was blessed with the first appearance of an official four-man Dynamo team in the two-day event. We’re making history, Dynamates – and CHRIS ‘VAN CHADDERS’ CHAPMAN is making his second appearance in this edition of the Newsletter! The Solna Avenue sensation nabbed the No.2 spot in Saturday morning’s opening stage following a bunch sprint – and he competed in his first-ever team time trial that afternoon, minus tri bars, helping Dynamo reach 6th place in the race against the clock. Talk about a baptism of fire! The final stage on Sunday saw the field split, severing ROB ‘THE SAINT’ JEFFROY from Chris, SAM ‘SLAM DUNK’ HUMPHESON and Chairman ‘Mo GUY ‘MAINWARING’ ANDREWS. Spurred on by cheers of support from Sam’s family, the compact mechanic and Chris rode an aggressive race, ending up with 7th and 15th respectively in the stage. Awesome stuff! Chris finished 9th in the final GC with Sam 10th, Guy 11th and Rob 46th while London Dynamo was bumped up to the No.2 spot in the team classification after time penalties were given to riders crossing the white lines. The Surrey League came 4th – and they probably might have finished lower down if they didn’t have 25th-placed Dynamate TOM ‘HANDY’ LANGLEY in their midst! Will Pring, organiser of the 160km event for 3rd and 4th cat riders, was so impressed with the Dynamo team that he told Chadders he would be glad to have the club back next year – but somehow we don’t think Guy will be returning to bark out the orders. The grouch-in-chief grumbled: “Rider safety-wise it was chaos. At one point there were riders all across the road heading straight towards the traffic. Bottles were being dropped and there were speed wobbles on 50mph descents. Surrey League supremo Keith ‘I’ll Get You’ Butler would, no doubt, have stopped this.” He’s never around when you need him, Guy!

A FURRY HAPPY ENDING
The tiny, hairy Ewoks are dancing merrily in Endor, safe in the knowledge that the galaxy is no longer living in fear of the nasty man in the big black helmet. We’ll be back in the cockpit of our X-wing next week, but until then, remember that we are an ineffective Threepio and we would be nothing without you, our clever little Artoo. So please keep Dyna-mailing your news, gossip, and further sightings of mysterious bounty hunter KEN ‘BOBA FETT’ BUIST to news@londondynamo.co.uk – or simply hit your reply button if you are reading this on e-mail. The deadline, as ever, is Wednesday afternoon for Friday’s edition. And now, as a spectral vision of smiling Alec Guinness appears above the campfire, it only remains for us to remind you about…

THIS WEEK’S RIDES

SATURDAY
The Parkride. Richmond Park, roundabout by Sheen Gate, 9am. Four laps split into fast, intermediate and steady groups.

SUNDAY
Hampton Court bridge, 9am for Surrey Hills ride. Fifty-ish miles at a steady pace. Bring a pump, inner tubes, drink, and a lightsaber.

WEDNESDAY
Richmond Gate, Richmond Park, 7:30pm. Canter to Surrey and back.

So until next week, Dynamates, goodbye and happy riding.

The DYNAMITE! team.

THE SMALL PRINT
THURSDAY, MAY 12 – SURREY LEAGUE/34TH NOMADS, SOUTH NUTFIELD HANDICAP, 33 MILES: 1 Simon Cope (Pacific Racing) 2.27.33; 2 Gary Dodd (Sigma Sport); 3 Paul Pickup (Liphook Cycles); 4 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon); 5 Scott Bugden (Pearson Cycles) +0.19; 6 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) +1.09; 7 Gary Wallis (unatt); 8 Colin McDermott (Festival); 9 Michael Ladbrook (Pearson Cycles); 10 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles); 11 David Kennett (Fit-For); 12 GORDON KENNEWAY (LONDON DYNAMO); 13 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO); 14 Nigel Carpenter (Pacific Racing); 15 Stephen Cave (34th Nomads) +1:37; 16 Marek Siwicki (Addiscombe); 17 Jon Masters (Redhill); 18 Tony Kelly (Addiscombe); 19 David Pook (Pearson Cycles); 20 Niall Brice (Pacific Racing); 21 Julian Rickard (Epsom); 22 Graham Wood (Crawley); 23 Roger Watts (Lewes Wanderers); 24 Rohan Dubash (Fit-For); 25 William Pearson (Pearson Cycles); 26 Nick Jeffery (Southbrough and District); 27 Simon Hazeldine (Addiscombe) +3:18; 28 Dave Mascall (Norwood Paragon); 29 Giuseppe Pardo (Lewes Wanderers); 30 Kevin Davey (Pacific Racing) +1 lap; 31 Simon Mitchell (Kingston Phoenix); 32 Andrew Middleton (Pearson Cycles); 33 Mick Lane (Kent Cycles); 34 James Hopkins (Redhill); 35 Roly Crayford (San Fairy Ann); 36 Gary Williams (East Grinstead); 37 Marek Glowinski (VC de Londres); 38 Allan Hopkins (Redhill); 39 Marcus Brueton (Norwood Paragon); 40 Adrian Goatley (agiskoviner.com); 41 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles); 42 Colin Bateman (Festival RC); 43 Tim Sales (Redhill CC); 44 Rachel Croggon (Kingston Phoenix); 45 Philip Beecher (Brighton Mitre); 46 Matt Willis (East Grinstead); 47 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour); 48 Brian Tidey (Addiscombe); 49 Andrew Seltzer (East Grinstead).

SATURDAY, MAY 14 – SUNDAY, MAY 15 – L’ETAPE DE LA DEFONCE, COWBRIDGE, 3/4, 160KM.
STAGE 1: 1 Matt Beckett (2.36.06); 2 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO); 3 Russell Bazley; 4 Matt Hargreaves; 5 Andreas Perrakis; 6 Rob Smart; 7 Chris Le Page; 8 Paul Bennett; 9 Andrew Hitchens; 10 Carl Banwell; 11 Rob Powell; 12 Hywel Silvester; 13 Nigel Jones; 14 ROB JEFFROY (LONDON DYNAMO); 15 Darren Thomas; 16 Kenny Parker; 17 Russell Painter; 18 Rob Fallon; 19 TOM LANGLEY (SURREY LEAGUE); 20 Chris Tidball; 21 Mike Carty; 22 Huw Salway; 23 Nick Watson; 24 Daniel Crawle; 25 Rob Bignell; 26 SAM HUMPHESON (LONDON DYNAMO); 27 Graham Edwards; 28 Paul Warman; 29 Mark Heath; 30 Kevin Grant; 31 Derek Smith; 32 John Rogers; 33 Grant Smith; 34 Terry Wright; 35 Kevin Eckersall; 36 Andrew Duff; 37 Shelley Childs; 38 Steven Smith; 39 GUY ANDREWS (LONDON DYNAMO); 69 James Carrington (2.55.2070).
STAGE 1A, TEAM TIME TRIAL: TEAM TIME TRIAL, STAGE 1A: 1 Stratford 0.18.59; 2 SURREY LEAGUE (TOM LANGLEY, Russell Painter, Neil Robertson) 0.19.11; 3 Hardly Athletic CC 0.19.20; 4 Guernsey VC ‘B’ 0.19.21; 5 Porth and District 0.19.32; 6 LONDON DYNAMO (ROB JEFFROY, GUY ANDREWS, CHRIS CHAPMAN, SAM HUMPHESON) 0.19.36; 7 Lifeforce 0.19.46; 8 Mid-Devon 0.19.49; 9 Surrey League (Rob Fallon) 0.19.55; 10 Team Forza 0.20.03; 28 Guernsey VC ‘B’ 0.23.34.
STAGE 2: 1 Russell Bazley 2.01.23; 2 Matt Beckett 2.01.30; 3 Russell Painter 2.01.34; 4 Andreas Perrakis 2.02.38; 5 TOM LANGLEY (SURREY LEAGUE); 6 Rob Smart; 7 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO); 8 Paul Bennett; 9 Gareth Clements; 10 Paul Brehaut; 11 Matt Hargreaves; 12 Daniel Crawley; 13 Adrian Twitchett; 14 Andrew Hitchens; 15 SAM HUMPHESON (LONDON DYNAMO); 16 Terry Wright; 17 Mark Heath; 18 Andrew Duff; 19 Kenny Parker; 20 Nigel Jones; 21 Huw Salway; 22 Rob Powell; 23 Chris Le Page; 24 Hywel Silvester; 25 Steven Bennett; 26 Kevin Grant 2.02.43; 27 Peter Bagnall; 28 GUY ANDREWS (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.02.47; 29 Kevin Eckersall; 30 Nick Watson; 31 Paul Warman; 32 Darren Thomas; 33 Ian Sutcliffe; 34 Paul Gregg 2.02.51; 35 Steven Smith; 36 John Rogers; 37 Mark Stanley; 38 Neal Craig; 39 Thomas Jacquemet; 40 Richard Felton; 41 Stuart Le Tissier 2.03.01; 42 Neil Robertson 2.03.09; 43 Rob Fallon 2.05.31; 44 John Holt 2.05.48; 45 Carl Banwell; 46 Chris Tidball 2.05.55; 47 Robin Corder 2.06.14; 48 Rob Bignell 2.09.47; 49 Derek Smith 2.09.57; 50 Jason Williams; 51 Graham Edwards; 52 ROB JEFFROY (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.10.01; 53 Mike Carty; 54 Bryan Telford; 55 Brian Davies; 56 Mike Parker; 57 David Mundow; 2.10.07; 58 Grant Smith 2.12.08; 59 Mike Dean 2.15.17; 60 Meirion Davies 2.15.25; 61 David Gaunt 2.15.34; 62 Daniel Schaffer 2.15.41; 63 Graham Wade; 64 Martin Young 2.15.53; 65 Steve Robinson 2.16.16; 66 Shelley Childs 2.17.01; 67 Mario Pavan 2.17.18; 68 Mark Mathews 2.26.34; 69 James Carrington.
FINAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION: 1 Matt Beckett (Lifeforce) 4.56.22; 2 Russell Bazley (Hardly Athletic) 4.56.29; 3 Russell Painter (Surrey League) 4.56.51; 4 Nigel Jones (Stratford) 4.57.43; 5 Mark Heath (Stratford); 6 Kevin Grant (Hardly Athletic) 4.57.59; 7 Nick Watson (Hardly Athletic) 4.58.13; 8 Gareth Clements (Porth and District) 4.58.16; 9 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 4.58.20; 10 SAM HUMPHESON (LONDON DYNAMO); 11 GUY ANDREWS (LONDON DYNAMO) 4.58.29; 12 Kenny Parker (Mid-Devon) 4.58.33; 13 Andreas Perrakis (Mid-Devon); 14 Thomas Jacquemet (Lifeforce) 4.58.43; 15 Steven Bennett (Porth and District) 4.58.46; 16 Hywel Silvester (HSPD Racing) 4.58.50; 17 Paul Warman (HSPD Racing) 4.58.59; 18 Neal Craig (Team Forza) 4.59.00; 19 Rob Powell (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) 4.59.01; 20 Steven Smith (HSPD Racing) 4.59.03; 21 Kevin Eckersall (Abergavenny) 4.59.09; 22 Ian Sutcliffe (Abergavenny); 23 Chris Le Page (Guernsey VC ‘A’) 4.59.13; 24 Huw Salway (Team Forza) 4.59.17; 25 TOM LANGLEY (SURREY LEAGUE) 4.59.25; 26 Rob Smart (Guernsey VC ‘B’) 4.59.35; 27 Stuart Le Tissier (Guernsey VC ‘A’) 4.59.36; 28 Paul Bennett (Cardiff JIF) 4.59.42; 29 Matt Hargreaves (Bath) 4.59.58; 30 Andrew Hitchens (Mid-Devon) 5.00.03; 31 Peter Bagnall (Bath) 5.00.13; 32 Terry Wright (Guernsey VC ‘B’) 5.01.05; 33 Paul Brehaut (Guernsey VC ‘B’); 34 Robin Corder (Stratford) 5.01.49; 35 Darren Thomas (Team Forza) 5.01.56; 36 Chris Tidball (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) 5.01.58; 37 Neil Robertson (Surrey League) 5.02.00; 38 Daniel Crawley (Crest Ilford) 5.02.12; 39 Andrew Duff (Swindon) 5.02.52; 40 Rob Fallon (Surrey League) 5.03.02; 41 Carl Banwell (Porth and District) 5.04.26; 42 Jason Williams Lifeforce 5.05.49; 43 Mike Parker (Mid-Devon); 5.05.56; 44 Rob Bignell (Abergavenny) 5.06.09; 45 John Holt (Porth and District); 46 ROB JEFFROY (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.06.13; 47 Paul Gregg (Swindon) 5.06.22; 48 Derek Smith (Crest Ilford) 5.06.31; 49 Graham Edwards (Abergavenny) 5.06.49; 50 Richard Felton (Ystwyth) 5.07.13; 51 David Mundow (Cardiff JIF) 5.08.41; 52 Grant Smith (Crest Ilford) 5.08.42; 53 Mark Stanley Team Forza (5.09.04); 54 Mike Carty (Stratford) 5.10.23; 55 Mike Dean (Guernsey VC ‘A’) 5.13.47; 56 Bryan Telford (Swindon) 5.16.49; 57 Shelley Childs (Ystwyth) 5.20.36; 58 Brian Davies (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) 5.28.37; 59 David Gaunt (HSPD Racing); 5.29.10; 60 Graham Wade (Bath) 5.33.10; 61 Meirion Davies (Ystwyth) 5.33.51; 62 Mario Pavan (Bath); 63 Daniel Schaffer (Hardly Athletic) 5.33.56; 64 Mark Mathews (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) 5.42.07; 65 James Carrington (Swindon) 5.58.08.
FINAL TEAM CLASSIFICATION: 1 Hardly Athletic 6.25.53; 2 LONDON DYNAMO 6.27.39; 3 HSPD Racing 6.28.22; 4 SURREY LEAGUE 6.28.32; 5 Team Forza 6.28.53; 6 Mid-Devon 6.29.13; 7 Stratford 6.30.59; 8 Lifeforce 6.33.34; 9 Porth and District 6.33.36; Guernsey VC ‘B’6.34.45.

SUNDAY, MAY 15 – SURREY LEAGUE/LIPHOOK CYCLES/A3CRG, MILLAND HILL 1-DAY STAGE RACE, 3/J/W, 45.8 MILES.
STAGE 1, TIME TRIAL, 4.8 MILES: 1 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.11.51; 2 Graham Wyatt (GS Europa) 0.11.54; 3 George Higgs (Brighton Excelsior) 0.12.15; 4 STUART SPIES (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.12.17; 5 Jon Masters (Redhill) 0.12.19; 6 Bryan Long (unatt) 0.12.21; 7 Thomas Smith (Twickenham) 0.12.22; 7 Fred Schwarz (Addiscombe) 0.12.22; 9 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 0.12.34; 10 Russell Scott (VC Meudon) 0.12.35; 11 Matthew Plested (agiskoviner.com) 0.12.37; 12 Tony Stubbens (unatt) 0.12.42; 13 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 0.12.44; 14 GORDON KENNEWAY (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.12.49; 15 Richard Collins (Twickenham) 0.12.53; 16 Nigel Smith (Twickenham) 0.12.57; 17 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern) 0.13.01; 18 David Roberts (Crawley) 0.13.03; 18 John Hyde (Basingstoke) 0.13.03; 20 Neil Simpson (London Phoenix) 0.13.08; 21 Nick Bonner (i-team.co.uk) 0.13.12; 22 Anthony Miller (Glendene) 0.13.13; 23 Michael Farrington (VC Meudon) 0.13.17; 24 CHRIS CAMPBELL (LONDON DYNAMO) 0:13:20; 25 Marlon Moncrieffe (unatt) 0:13:32; 26 Tristan Natolie (agiskoviner.com) 0.13.37; 27 James Graham (Festival RC) 0.13.50.
STAGE 2, ROAD RACE, 41 MILES: 1 Bryan Long (unatt) 1.55.50; 2 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 1.55.50; 3 STUART SPIES (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.55.50; 4 GORDON KENNEWAY (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.55.50; 5 Matthew Plested (agiskoviner.com) 1.55.50; 6 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 1.55.50; 7 Graham Wyatt (GS Europa) 1.55.50; 8 David Roberts (Crawley) 1.55.50; 9 George Higgs (Brighton Excelsior) 1.55.50; 10 Richard Collins (Twickenham) 1.55.50; 11 Tony Stubbens (unatt) 1.55.50; 12 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern) 1.55.50; 13 Russell Scott (VC Meudon) 1.55.58; 14 Nick Bonner (i-team.co.uk) 1.56.04; 15 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.56.04; 16 Nigel Smith (Twickenham) 1.56.10; 17 John Hyde (Basingstoke) 1.56.28; 18 Michael Farrington (VC Meudon) 1.56.28; 19 Neil Simpson (London Phoenix) 1.56.42; 20 James Graham (Festival) 1.57.03; 21 CHRIS CAMPBELL (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.57.53; 22 Jon Masters (Redhill) 2.05.17.
FINAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION: 1 Graham Wyatt (GS Europa) 2.07.44; 2 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.07.55; 3 George Higgs (Brighton Excelsior) 2.08.05; 4 STUART SPIES (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.08.07; 5 Bryan Long (unatt) 2.08.11; 6 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 2.08.24; 7 Matthew Plested (agiskoviner.com) 2.08.27; 8 Tony Stubbens (unatt) 2.08.32; 9 Russell Scott (VC Meudon) 2.08.33; 10 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 2.08.34; 11 GORDON KENNEWAY (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.08.39; 12 Richard Collins (Twickenham) 2.08.43; 13 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern) 2.08.51; 14 David Roberts (Crawley) 2.08.53; 15 Nigel Smith (Twickenham) 2.09.07; 16 Nick Bonner (i-team.co.uk) 2.09.16; 17 John Hyde (Basingstoke) 2.09.31; 18 Michael Farrington (VC Meudon) 2.09.45; 19 Neil Simpson (London Phoenix) 2.09.50; 20 James Graham (Festival) 2.10.53; 21 CHRIS CAMPBELL (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.11.13; 22 Jon Masters (Redhill) 2.17.36.

SUNDAY, MAY 15 – CRAWLEY CRITERIUMS, CRAWLEY TOWN CENTRE, E/1/2: 1 Russell Downing (Recycling.co.uk/MG Xpower/Litespeed); 2 Ian Holt (VinerBikes/Agisko Nutrition); 3rd Simon Cope (Pacific); 4 Dean Downing (Recycling.co.uk/MG Xpower/Litespeed); 5 Rob Hayles (Recycling.co.uk/MG Xpower/Litespeed); 6 Tom Smith (VinerBikes/Agisko Nutrition); 7 WARRICK SPENCE (LONDON DYNAMO); 8 Ross Muir (VinerBikes/Agisko Nutrition); 9 Grant Bayton (Angliasport); 10 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes); 11 Tony Gibb (unatt) 12 Ben Swift (Kinesis); 13 Jamie Newall (Evans Cycles); 14 Yanto Barker (Team DFL); 15 Simon Gaywood (Luton); 16 Paul Byrom (Johns Bikes); 17 Justin Hoy (Evans Cycles); 18 Tom Smith (Cardiff); 19 Dan Duguid (Evans Cycles); 20 Chris Macnamara (Tunbridge Wells); 21 Daniel Alexander (Ace); 22 Rob Enslin (VinerBikes/Agisko Nutrition); 23 Chris Birch (Evans Cycles); 24 Stuart Blunt (Team Edwardes). 3/J: 1 Russell Hampton (Glendene CC); 2 Jon Mozley (API Resprays/Metrow Foods); 3 Kristian Downs (Glendene); 4 GAVIN RYAN (LONDON DYNAMO); 5 Alex Atkins (Evans Cycles); 6 Jon Sharples (In Gear RT/Quickvit); 7 Dan Manelfi (www.agiskoviner.com); 8 William Thompson (Pacific RT); 9 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO); 10 Matt Green (Crawley); 11 Gareth Dickinson (www.agiskoviner.com); 12 Chris Stocks (21st Century Airports); 13 Guy Laycock (www.agiskoviner.com); 14 Will Thomas (Viner Bikes/Agisko Nutrition); 15 Phil Bendall (Kent Cycles).

SUNDAY, MAY 15 – ANDREWS TROPHY RR, EAST HANNINGFIELD, 1/2/3/4, 110KM: 1 Mark Waller (Southend Whs) 2.56.43; 2 TOM HEMMANT (LONDON DYNAMO) +0.05; 3 Digby Symons (Cambridge); 4 Sean Sumner (Interbike); 5 Ed Graefe (Team Economic Energy); 6 Brett Travers (Glendene); 7 Chris Negus (Shaftesbury); 8 Glen Stanford (Interbike); 9 Philip Hetzel (Ipswich); 10 Mark Daly (Team Darenth); 11 Tony Bradford (North Road) +1.30; 12 Steven Griffiths (Interbike) +3.00; 13 Nick Hastler (Essex Roads); 14 Daniel Fentiman (Tri and Run); 15 Shaun Aldous (Interbike); 16 Darren Knight (Metropolitan Police); 17 Jamie Higgins (Ewhurst Controls); 18 Marco Coppola (Gemini BC); 19 Dean Shannon (Southend Wheelers); 20 Nathan Miller (Anglia Sport) +4.00; 21 Nathaniel Spurling (Finsbury Park).

SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2005; ANGLO POLYMERS ROAD RACE, HUNTINGDON RECREATION GROUND, 3/4/W/J, 102KM: 1 Chris Brooking (API Metrow); 2 Neil Beasley (Ashfield RC); 3 Daniel Zagni (Ipswich); 4 Mark Haylett (Team Specialized); 5 Steve Taylor (Sherwood Pines) 6 Ian Randall (Essex Roads); 7 James Kent (Verulam); 8 Simon Smart (Zodiac); 9 Eric Blanc (Cambridge); 10 DARREN MINSHALL (LONDON DYNAMO); 11 Paul Rennie (St Ives); 12 Adam Dobbs (unatt); 13 Sean McDougall (Finsbury Park); 14 TBC; 15 Scott Marrison (VC Lincoln).

TUESDAY, MAY 17 – CRYSTAL PALACE LEAGUE #4, CRYSTAL PALACE PARK, E/1/2/3, 30KM: 1 Bryan Taylor (VC Londres); 2 TOM HEMMANT (LONDON DYNAMO) +2 secs; 3 Stuart Blunt (Edwards); 4 Dave Worthington (Viner/Agisko); 5 Scott Bugden (Pearson Cycles); 6 John Shower (Addiscombe); 7 Mike Ladbrook (Pearson Cycles); 8 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO); 9 Alex Rowe (Cycle Synergy); 10 Matt Rugman (Kingsnorth International) +5 secs; 11 Matt Seaton VC Londres.

TUESDAY, MAY 17 – CRYSTAL PALACE LEAGUE #4, CRYSTAL PALACE PARK, 3/4/W/J, 27KM: 1 Alex Atkins (Evans); 2 David Jones (Dulwich Paragon); 3 Stuart Hicks (Catford); 4 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO); 5 Josh Gregory (Brixton Cycles) +40 secs; 6 Phil Jones (Dulwich Paragon); 7 Kirk Jenns (PCA/Ciclos Uno); 8 Michael Ricciardi (BEC) +1.10; 9 Danny Horton (Gemini) +1.14 10 Mick Bell (London Fire Brigade); 11 Unknown; 12 Daniel Fortunov (Reading); 13 Julian Cunnington (SERL).

THE LAST WORD
“The Imperial speeder bike is a slim, single-person repulsorlift conveyance. The lightweight bike can attain speeds in excess of 500 kilometers per hour.”

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