DYNAMITE! #61, 01.07.05

November 21, 2010

DYNAMITE! The OFFICIAL London Dynamo Newsletter #61, 01.07.05

NEWPORT A-HOY!
Many summers ago, long before PAUL ‘CANNONBALL’ CALLINAN began scribbling plans for what would become London Dynamo on the back of a puncture repair kit in his kitchen, Cyclefit guru PHIL ‘NO NONSENSE’ CAVELL and DYNAMITE! discussed a crucial question which every pedal pusher has asked themselves at some point: what exactly marks the point where you become a “proper” cyclist? We decided while winding our way through the hills of Surrey that ownership of a track pump differentiates the novices from the chosen few versed in the dark arts of varying tyre pressures – but after years of further cogitation, your favourite weekly judge of vital Dyna-matters has reached a different conclusion. The team in the lower level of Dynamo Towers now believes that becoming a fully paid-up member of the velo community involves Knowing About A Chris. Think about it, Dynamates! Anyone can walk out of a certain Hampton Wick retailer with a limited edition Nike 10/2 jersey, a copy of It’s Not About The Bike and a Trek Madone, but a true cycling fan will also know the somewhat less familiar achievements of World hour record holder Chris Boardman, Olympic kilo gold medallist Chris Hoy and 2002 points race champ Chris Newton. By a remarkable co-incidence, the name represents the biggest contingent in Dynamo thanks to Christophers CAMPBELL, CHAPMAN, HADDOCK, HALE, JONES, PATTISON, SHAW, WARD and SLEMECK – not forgetting, of course, eager Parkrider CHRISTIAN KINMONT. So it makes perfect sense for the club to explore the world of track where the terrific ten’s famous namesakes enjoyed their most glorious moments – which is exactly what a certain social secretary with an impressive Hoy-like physique plans to do. It sounds like a Queally good idea to us! We’ll be bringing you all the pain from the Surrey League five-day later on – but for now, let’s slip on the disc wheels and prepare to shoot along the banked curves at Newport. Here comes the spluttering derny…

FIXED A DATE
There’s bound to be a bevy of Babycham-quaffing Dynamates nursing a sore head as they read this edition following last night’s summer swig-a-thon at the Guinea in Bruton Place, W1 – and with one sensational event barely over and done with, it’s time to get ready for another. Joint social secretary NICK ‘BOMBSHELL’ PEACOCK has arranged a special three-hour coaching session at Newport velodrome during the weekend of 7-9th October to initiate curious track virgins in the mysterious ways of the fixed gear. The trip also includes a pleasant ride in the Welsh valleys – but there’s no time to be drag-on your heels! The fellas running the session need confirmation of numbers as soon as possible, so check out the full details on the forum and e-mail Nick at npeacock@maitlandchambers.com with “Fixed A Date” in the subject heading if you want to come along. The blonde barrister says: “We need to get back to them by Monday, July 4th. So that’s your time limit.” You have been warned!

ONE SMALL POINT
It’s been a tough few months for Dynamo’s tenacious tiddler – but now, after many weeks of training, RUSSELL ‘RUSTY’ SHORT has finally put his knee injury behind him (if that’s anatomically possible) and earned a solitary BCF point with a respectable 20th place on the general classification of the arduous Surrey League five-day. Nice one, little fella! The 294-mile race began with an overture of thunder and lightning before MARTIN ‘COMEBACK’ GARRATT, DARREN ‘PACKING ‘EM’ MINSHALL, DAVID ‘STRINGY’ STREULE, and RICHARD ‘PLACING’ MASON arrived with Rusty at the starting line on the Ladies Mile course – and Friday’s stormy weather provided a terrible indication of what was to come. The first day saw Martin incur a 20-minute time penalty by pulling his wheel and taking a lap out while Darren had a visit from the puncture fairy. And there was more bad luck for the Hardest Working Man In Dynamo in the second stage at Ewhurst when he also pulled a wheel, which provided his cue to abandon the race. It never rains but it pours, pal! Misfortune frowned on Rusty during the finish of stage 3, which he managed to misjudge and miss out on the vital placing that would have kept him in the top 20. What a shocker! Nine nasty laps of Cutmill took their toll on the fearless four the next day – so the little lad tried to cheer up his team-mates by assuring them the finale at Bletchingly would be “a cinch”. He couldn’t have been more wrong! Martin, who was probably still recovering from finishing on empty at Norwood Hill on Sunday, moans: “It was almost as hilly as Cutmill.” But despite going off the back twice during the final stage, plucky Rusty still managed to finish 21st in a field of 55 with a time deficit of 19 seconds, giving him 20th place on the GC. So there was a happy ending after all! Earlier on, as the quartet slugged it out on stage 3, awesome sprinter JUSTIN ‘ANOTHER WIN’ SIM was having a slightly easier time in Lamberhurst where he got in a successful six-man break to clinch 2nd in the 80km 3/4 race – and after his trials on the five-day, Darren Minshall resurfaced in bizarre fashion at Hillingdon on Tuesday where the 2nd cat was placed 3rd in the category 4 event. We can only assume both races looked exactly the same in the driving rain – or maybe Darren was actually helping out 5th-placed newcomer AUBONE TENNANT!

DAMN, BUSTER!
He’s done it again! Hot on the sweltering heels of his recent triumph in the sun-drenched Barbados national triathlon championships, globe-trotting DOMINIC ‘I WANT IT ALL’ PAUL has announced he’s heading to Honolulu in October for the World champs. It doesn’t get more exotic than that! The newly Dyna-married man qualified for the Hawaiian jaunt by coming 8th overall at the 700-strong Dambuster Triathlon at Rutland Water on Saturday, notching up a personal best of 32.55 on the pan-flat 10km run in the process. Awesome stuff! His packed tri diary also includes the national championships in Ashford next month followed by the European champs in Lausanne during August. Dom beams: “It looks like the Dynamo kit is going to get some more international exposure.” And you’re the perfect Dynamate to expose it, pal!

NAME OVER
We’ve crossed “Chris” off our comedy list but we’ll be back in just seven days with more questionable name-based humour, including a round-up of Dynamo’s summer Chris-up at a central London boozer which took place last night. Until then, please remember that we are a frequently amusing if somewhat limited Chris Rock and we would be nothing without you, our versatile Christopher Walken. So please keep Dyna-mailing your news, gossip, and further sightings of the elusive KEN ‘TAKING THE CHRIS’ 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 we bitterly regret being unable to crowbar the punning phrase “hit and Chris” into a headline, 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 St Christopher medallion.

WEDNESDAY
Richmond Gate, Richmond Park, 7:30pm. Five laps of the park at race pace.

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

The DYNAMITE! team.

THE SMALL PRINT
THURSDAY, JUNE 23 – SURREY LEAGUE HANDICAP 8, WIVELSFIELD, E/1/2/3/4/W/J, 35 MILES: 1 Guy Pearson (Pearson Cycles) 1.31.04; 2 Nigel Carpenter (Pacific Racing); 3 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO); 4 David Roberts (Crawley); 5 Gary Wallis (unatt); 6 Russell Shingles (In Gear Quickvit); 7 Paul Gosling (Brighton Excelsior); 8 Philip Glowinski (VC de Londres); 9 Phil Bendell (Kent Cycles); 10 Andrew Middleton (Pearson Cycles); 34 Gavin Garrett (Redhill).

FRIDAY, JUNE 24 – THE JAUNTS RACE 1, LADIES MILE, 2/3/J, 36 MILES: 1 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 1.32.10; 2 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 1.32.10; 3 John Saddler (Addiscombe); 1.32.10; 4 Adam Broyad (Climb on bikes) 1.32.10; 5 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 1.32.32; 6 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 1.32.32; 7 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 1.32.32; 8 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 1.32.32; 9 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 1.32.32; 10 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 1.32.32; 11 David Creeggan (VC Meudon) 1.32.32; 12 Desmond Gayler (Kenton); 1.32.32; 13 David Kennett (Fit-For) 1.32.32; 14 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 1.32.32; 15 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 1.32.32; 16 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 1.32.32; 17= Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 1.32.32; 17= Hugo Robins (Economic Energy) 1.32.32; 17= Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 1.32.32; 17= Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 1.32.32; 17= Colin McDermott (Festival) 1.32.32; 17= Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 1.32.32; 17= DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.32.32; 17= RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.32.32; 17= Richard Mason (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.32.32; 17= William Thompson (Pacific Racing) 1.32.32; 17= Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 1.32.32; 17= Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 1.32.32; 17= Kevin Tye (Poshbikes.com) 1.32.32; 17= Luke Anderson (Poshbikes.com) 1.32.32; 17= Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 1.32.32; 17= Gary Fry (Team Quest) 1.32.32; 17= Lee Oliver (Tunbridge Wells) 1.32.32; 17= Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 1.32.32; 17= William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 1.32.32; 36 Andrew MacPherson (Liphook Cycles) 1.32.32; 37 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 1.32.32; 38 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 1.32.32; 39 Graham Wood (Crawley) 1.32.32; 40 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 1.32.32; 41 Alan Parkinson (South Western) 1.32.32; 42 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 1.32.32; 43 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 1.32.32; 44 Peter Williams (Army CU); 1.32.32; 45 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 1.32.32; 46 Max Warburton (unatt) 1.32.32; 47 Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 1.32.32; 48 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 1.32.53; 49 Darren Clarke (Army CU) 1.34.18; 50 Karl Strugnell (De Rosa) 1.35.58; 51 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 1.39.52; 52 Kevin Blann (Team Luciano) 1.39.52; 53 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 1.52.32; 54 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 1.52.32; 55 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.52.32; 56 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 1.53.08; 57 DARREN MINSHALL (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.53.20; 58 Matthew Hinkley (Army) 1.59.52; 59= Rich Webb (Army CU) 2.01.00; 59= Daron Gardner (Basingstoke) 2.01.00; 59= Neil Robertson (Fit-For) 2.00.00; 59= Chris Faithfull (unatt) 2.01.00; 59= Jonathan Webb (Rutland) 2.01.00; 59= Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 2.01.00; 59= David Jack (Twickenham) 2.01.00; 59= Scott Merrilees (Twickenham) 2.01.00; 59= Pete Connelly (VC Meudon) 2.01.00; 59= Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 2.01.00.

SATURDAY, JUNE 25 – THE JAUNTS RACE 2, EWHURST, 2/3/J, 65 MILES: 1 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 2.44.48; 2 John Saddler (Addiscombe) 2.44.48; 3 Chris Faithfull (unatt) 2.44.48; 4 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.44.48; 5 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 2.45.00; 6 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 2.45.00; 7 Adam Broyad (Climb On Bikes) 2.45.00; 8 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 2.45.00; 9 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 2.45.00; 10 Max Warburton (unatt) 2.45.00; 11 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.45.00; 12 Luke Anderson (Poshbikes.com) 2.45.00; 13 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 2.45.00; 14 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.45.00; 15 David Creeggan (VC Meudon) 2.45.00; 16 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 2.45.00; 17 Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 2.45.00; 18 RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.45.00; 19 Colin McDermott (Festival) 2.45.00; 20 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 2.45.00; 21 Desmond Gayler (Kenton RC) 2.45.00; 22 Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 2.45.00; 23 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 2.45.00; 24 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 2.45.00; 25 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 2.45.00; 26 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 2.45.00; 27 William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 2.45.00; 28 Karl Strugnell (De Rosa) 2.45.00; 29 William Thompson (Pacific Racing) 2.45.00; 30 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.45.00; 31 Gary Fry (Team Quest) 2.45.00; 32 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.45.00; 33 Pete Connelly (VC Meudon) 2.45.00; 34 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.45.00; 35 Kevin Tye (Poshbikes.com) 2.45.00; 36 Jonathan Webb (Rutland) 2.45.00; 37 RICHARD MASON (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.45.00; 38 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 2.45.00; 39 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 2.45.00; 40 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 2.49.38; 41 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 2.51.57; 42 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 2.52.57; 43 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 2.52.57; 44 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 2.52.57; 45 Peter Williams (Army) 2.52.57; 46 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 2.52.57; 47 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2.52.57; 48 Neil Robertson (Fit-For) 2.53.16; 49 Darren Clarke (Army) 2.55.25; 50 Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 2.55.25; 51 Lee Oliver (Tunbridge Wells) 2.55.25; 52 David Jack (Twickenham) 2.55.25; 53 Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 2.56.44; 54 Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 2.58.59; 55 Kevin Blann (Team Luciano) 2.58.59; 56 Scott Merrilees (Twickenham) 3.01.10; 57 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 3.05.00; 58 DARREN MINSHALL (LONDON DYNAMO) 3.09.38; 59= Matthew Hinkley (Army) 3.10.00; 59= Rich Webb (Army) 3.10.00; 59= Daron Gardner (Basingstoke) 3.10.00 59= Andrew MacPherson (Liphook Cycles) 3.10.00; 59= Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 3.10.00; 59= Alan Parkinson (South Western) 3.10.00; 59= Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 3.10.00.

SUNDAY, JUNE 26 – THE JAUNTS RACE 3, NORWOOD, 2/3/W/J, 65 MILES: 1 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 2.38.59; 2 Adam Broyad (Climb On Bikes) 2.38.59; 3 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.38.59; 4 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 2.38.59; 5 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.38.59; 6 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 2.39.13; 7 Colin McDermott (Festival) 2.39.13; 8 Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 2.39.13; 9 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 2.39.13; 10 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 2.39.13; 11 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.39.13; 12 Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 2.39.13; 13 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 2.39.13; 14 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.39.13; 15 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 2.39.13; 16 Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 2.39.13; 17 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 2.39.13; 18 Karl Strugnell (De Rosa) 2.39.13; 19 Gary Fry (Team Quest) 2.39.13; 20 John Saddler (Addiscombe) 2.39.13; 21 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 2.39.13; 22 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 2.39.13; 23 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 2.39.13; 24 David Kennett (Fit-For) 2.39.13; 25 Desmond Gayler (Kenton) 2.39.13; 26 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 2.39.13; 27 David Creeggan (VC Meudon) 2.39.13; 28 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 2.39.13; 29 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 2.39.13; 30 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.39.13; 31 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 2.39.13; 32 William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 2.39.13; 33 RICHARD MASON (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.39.13; 34 Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 2.39.13; 35 William Thompson (Pacific Racing) 2.39.13; 36 Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 2.39.13; 37 Peter Williams (Army) 2.39.13; 38 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 2.39.13; 39 Kevin Tye (poshbikes.com) 2.39.13; 40 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 2.39.13; 41 Darren Clarke (Army) 2.39.13; 42 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.39.13; 43 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 2.39.13; 44 RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.39.13; 45 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 2.39.13; 46 Alan Parkinson (South Western) 2.39.13; 47 Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 2.39.13; 48 Chris Faithfull (unatt) 2.39.13; 49 Luke Anderson (poshbikes.com) 2.39.13; 50 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 2.39.13; 51 Lee Oliver (Tunbridge Wells) 2.39.13; 52 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 2.39.13; 53 Kevin Blann (Team Luciano) 2.39.13; 54 Pete Connelly (VC Meudon) 2.39.13; 55 Scott Merrilees (Twickenham) 2.39.13; 56 Paul Bishop Team (Kontour) 2.39.13; 57 Max Warburton (unatt) 2.40.30; 58 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.43.25; 59 Jonathan Webb (Rutland) 2.50.09; 60 Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 2.53.54; 61 Neil Robertson (Fit-For) 2.58.23; 62 Rich Webb (Army) 3.13.19; 63 David Jack (Twickenham) 3.14.00.

SUNDAY, JUNE 26 – LAMBERHURST/FRANT SERRL EVENT 8, 3/4/W/J, 80KM: 1 Ishmael Burdeau (Brigthon Mitre); 2 Barry Stewart (Kirkby); 3 JUSTIN SIMS (LONDON DYNAMO); 4 David Jones (Dulwich Paragon); 5 Dean Kinnerly (unatt); 6 Matt Smith (Gemini); 7 Richard Friend (Gemini); 8 Simon Warren (Norwood Paragon); 9 Caesar Coco (VC Deal) 10 Matt Rugman (Kingsnorth International).

MONDAY, JUNE 27 – THE JAUNTS RACE 4, CUTMILL, 2/3/W/J, 64 miles: 1 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 2.54.28; 2 Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 2.54.58; 3 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 2.54.58; 4 Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 2.54.58; 5 Kevin Tye (poshbikes.com) 2.55.04; 6 David Kennett (Fit-For) 2.55.04; 7 Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 2.55.04; 8 William Thompson (Pacific Racing); 2.55.04; 9 Colin McDermott (Festival) 2.56.40; 10 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 2.56.49; 11 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.56.51; 12 Gary Fry (Team Quest) 2.56.51; 13 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.56.51; 14 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 2.56.51; 15 Luke Anderson (poshbikes.com) 2.56.51; 16 Adam Broyad (Climb On Bikes) 2.56.51; 17 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.56.51; 18 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.56.51; 19 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 2.56.51; 20 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.56.51; 21 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 2.56.51; 22 David Creeggan (VC Meudon) 2.56.51; 23 RICHARD MASON (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.56.51 24 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 2.56.51; 25 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 2.56.51; 26 Max Warburton (unatt) 2.56.51; 27 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.56.51; 28 RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.56.51; 29 John Saddler (Addiscombe) 2.56.51; 30 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 2.56.51; 31 Desmond Gayler (Kenton) 2.56.51; 32 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 2.56.51; 33 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.56.51; 34 Peter Williams (Army) 2.56.51; 35 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 2.56.51; 36 William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 2.56.51; 37 Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 2.56.51; 38 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 2.57.09; 39 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 2.57.09; 40 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 2.57.09; 41 Chris Faithfull (unatt) 2.57.09; 42 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 2.57.09; 43 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 2.57.09; 44 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 2.57.09; 45 Jonathan Webb (Rutland) 2.57.09; 46 Darren Clarke (Army) 2.57.17; 47 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2.57.17; 48 Kevin Blann (Team Luciano) 2.57.25; 49 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 3.00.28; 50 Rich Webb (Army) 3.12.09; 51 Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 3.12.09; 52 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 3.13.00; 52 Domenque Gabellini (Angliasport) 3.13.00; 52 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 3.13.00; 52 Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 3.13.00; 52 Alan Parkinson (South Western) 3.13.00; 52 Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 3.13.00; 52 Scott Merrilees (Twickenham) 3.13.00; 52 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 3.13.00.

TUESDAY, JUNE 28 – THE JAUNTS RACE 5, BLETCHINGLEY, 2/3/J/W, 64 MILES: 1 Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 2.41.14; 2 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 2.41.21; 3 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.41.30; 4 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 2.41.33; 5 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 2.41.33; 6 John Saddler (Addiscombe) 2.41.33; 7 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.41.33; 8 Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 2.41.33; 9 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 2.41.33; 10 William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 2.41.33; 11 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.41.33; 12 William Thompson (Pacific Racing) 2.41.33; 13 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 2.41.33; 14 Adam Broyad (Climb On Bikes) 2.41.33; 15 Kevin Tye (poshbikes.com) 2.41.33; 16 Gary Fry (Team Quest) 2.41.33; 17 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 2.41.33; 18 Colin McDermott (Festival) 2.41.33; 19 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 2.41.33; 20 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 2.41.33; 21 RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.41.33; 22 David Kennett (Fit-For) 2.41.33; 23 Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 2.41.33; 24 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.41.33; 25 Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 2.41.33; 26 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 2.41.33; 27 Luke Anderson (poshbikes.com) 2.41.33; 28 Desmond Gayler (Kenton) 2.41.33; 29 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.41.33; 30 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 2.41.33; 31 Peter Williams (Army) 2.41.33; 32 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 2.41.33; 33 Rich Webb (Army) 2.41.33; 34 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 2.41.33; 35 David Creggan (VC Meudon) 2.41.33; 36 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 2.41.33; 37 Karl Strugnell (De Rosa) 2.41.33; 38 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 2.41.33; 39 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 2.42.12; 40 Chris Faithfull (unatt) 2.42.12; 41 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.42.19; 42 Jonathan Webb (Rutland) 2.42.25; 43 Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 2.42.25; 44 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 2.42.25; 45 Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 2.46.20; 46 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 2.49.50; 47 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 2.53.59; 48 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2.53.59; 49 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.56.50; 50 Darren Clarke (Army) 3.02.40; 51 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 3.09.59; 52 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 3.09.59; 53 Alan Parkinson (South Western) 3.14.01; 54 Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 3.18.10; 55 RICHARD MASON (LONDON DYNAMO) 3.18.10.

THE JAUNTS, FINAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION: 1 Justin Lomas (Norwood Paragon) 12.31.34; 2 Stephen Hammer (agiskoviner.com) 12.33.16; William Thompson (Pacific Racing) 12.33.22; 4 Kevin Tye (poshbikes.com) 12.33.22 5 David Kennett (Fit-For) 12.33.22; 6 John Saddler (Addiscombe) 12.34.05; 7 Adam Broyad (Climb On Bikes) 12.34.13; 8 Steve Calland (Norwood Paragon) 12.34.17; 9 Yves Milliere (Kingston Wheelers) 12.34.27; 10 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 12.34.44; 11 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 12.34.45; 12 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 12.34.55; 13 Colin McDermott (Festival) 12.34.58; 14 Niall Digby (Sigma Sport) 12.35.07; 15 Paul Tucker (Oxford University) 12.35.09; 16 William Thomas (Viner Bikes Agisko) 12.35.09; 17 Gary Fry (Team Quest) 12.35.09; 18 Steve Golla (High Wycombe) 12.35.09; 19 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 12.35.09; 20 RUSSELL SHORT (LONDON DYNAMO) 12.35.09; 21 Luke Anderson (poshbikes.com) 12.35.09; 22 Desmond Gayler (Kenton) 12.35.09; 23 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO) 12.35.09; 24 Mickael Metayer (Fit-For) 12.35.09; 25 David Creeggan (VC Meudon) 12.35.09; 26 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 12.35.55; 27 Mike Hawkins (Norwood Paragon) 12.36.19; 28 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles) 12.37.44; 29 Russell Painter (Norwood Paragon) 12.38.52; 30 Simon Latimer (Team Lichfield) 12.39.56; 31 Jeremy Uphill (Pearson Cycles) 12.42.06; 32 Peter Williams (Army) 12.43.06; 33 Martin Sellars (i-team.co.uk) 12.43.24; 34 Tom Copeland (VC Eastbourne) 12.43.24; 35 Graham Wood (Crawley) 12.43.26; 36 RICHARD MASON (LONDON DYNAMO) 12.43.26; 37 Michael Inder (Thames Velo) 12.43.44; 38 Jaco Ehlers (De Rosa) 12.46.06; 39 Paul Doel (Team Quest) 12.51.04; 40 Karl Strugnell (De Rosa) 12.54.44; 41 Darren Clarke (Army) 12.56.03; 42 Julian Rickard (Epsom) 12.56.06; 43 Robert Fallon (Fit-For) 12.59.15; 44 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 12.59.21; 45 Kirk Jenns (PCA Ciclos Uno) 13.02.11; 46 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 13.02.42; 47 Chris Faithfull (unatt) 13.04.12; 48 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 13.11.49; 49 Stephen Cotterill (Fit-For) 13.15.36; 50 Jonathan Webb Rutland 13.15.43; 51 Charlie Emery (Twickenham) 13.16.18; 52 Nick Dibble (Climb On Bikes) 13.19.00; 53 Alan Parkinson (South Western) 13.24.35; 54 Rebecca Webb (Rutland) 13.53.09; 55 Rich Webb (Army) 14.18.01.

TUESDAY, JUNE 28 – WEST THAMES/TEAM QUEST CIRCUIT RACE, HILLINGDON, 4/J/W 45KM: 1 Sebastien Hernandez (Sutton) 00.45.16; 2 Jamie Howells (Twickenham); 3 DARREN MINSHALL (LONDON DYNAMO); 4 Steve Kirby (unknown); 5 AUBONE TENNANT (LONDON DYNAMO); 6 Michael Wilmot (Slipstreamers).

THE LAST WORD
“Christofre was of the lygnage of the Cananees, and he was of a right grete stature and had a terryble and ferdful chere and countenaunce.”

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