DYNAMITE! #63, 15.07.05

November 21, 2010

DYNAMITE! The OFFICIAL London Dynamo Newsletter #63, 15.07.05

Every Batman relies on his Robin, every PAUL ‘CANNONBALL’ CALLINAN needs a RUSSELL ‘RUSTY’ SHORT – and now another well-known sidekick has emerged from the shadows to prove he is one of TV’s greatest sporting commentators. That’s right, ITV2 fans – our famous soundproof bunker has been reverberating to the sounds of Phil Liggett’s right-hand man Paul ‘In-credible!’ Sherwen as he reaches into the hyperbole bucket and fishes out another clutch of exaggerated phrases for this year’s Tour de France. It’s what July was made for! Our favourite so far is his summation of Tom Boonen’s stage two victory in Les Essarts on Sunday following the Flandrian’s trip to the dentist: “He’s had toothache, but today he’s shown plenty of bite.” That calibre of wordplay alone is worth the price of a Freeview set-top box! As regular readers will know, this organ is also keen on deploying the odd fanciful Dyna-metaphor, so we thought it would be fitting to translate some of this week’s Dynamo-related exploits into fluent Sherwenglish, starting with the Surrey League’s 2-day in Firle near Lewes, Sussex. Brace yourselves – here comes the first rummage in “the suitcase of courage”…

Dynamo’s rivals were left green with envy on Sunday when former resident of the Emerald Isle IAN ‘KING OF’ PAINE won the jade-coloured points jersey at the end of the East Sussex Festival 2-Day, elevating himself to the giddy heights of 1st cat in the process and also finishing 2nd on the final general classification. Well done, that man! The opening 1km time trial on Saturday saw a trio of Dynamo appearances in the top 10 thanks to MARTIN ‘PIN-UP’ WILLIAMSON, DAVID ‘PROFESSOR’ WILLIAMS and GUY ‘THE ENGINE’ POWDRILL who came 4th, 7th and 10th respectively. Ian comfortably took the sprint for 1st in the 65-mile road stage that afternoon after getting in a successful five-man break, while David came 8th, Martin 11th and CHRIS ‘VAN CHADDERS’ CHAPMAN nabbed the No.12 spot. Lovely stuff! The adopted Irishman lost his overall lead the next day by conceding 11 seconds to eventual winner Daniel Duguid of Evans Cycles in the 1.4 mile hill climb time trial – and as our favourite former pro-turned-commentator put it when Jens Voight’s progress indicated he would relinquish the golden fleece on Tuesday: “It’s day over for the yellow jersey, but you can’t take anything away from his performance. He went out and took the yellow jersey on the only day that suited him.” Wise words, mate! During the final 64-mile stage, Martin softened up the bunch with an early break of more than 20 miles – then Ian opened up a solo lead of under a minute before being pulled back and settling for 8th with Guy one place behind. Chris made a late escape to clinch 4th – but more importantly, Dynamo dominated the top 10 of the final GC with Ian 2nd, Guy 7th, David 9th and Van Chadders 10th. It doesn’t get much better than that! Amazingly, Ian turned up at Crystal Palace less than 48 hours later to help TOM ‘HUMBLE’ HEMMANT clinch 2nd in the E/1/2 event and was rewarded for his domestique duties with an impressive 3rd place. There’s no stopping this man! Tom confesses he “felt a bit bad” taking the No.2 spot from Ian as his team-mate refused to work with big-hitter Bryan Taylor until the Solna Avenue sensation joined them in the break. “If he had not done this,” admits Tom, “then I am not sure I would have made it. He is truly the king of pain and put in plenty of hard turns driving the break along.” Or to translate into Sherwenglish: “That’s what you get when you suffer – you get results.” Too right!

And there’s Dyna-more! This results-packed week also saw GAVIN ‘NO LYIN’ RYAN clinch 4th in the 3/4 race at Eastway on Saturday – and newcomer AUBONE TENNANT went along to the Dynamo-organised night of racing at Hillingdon on Tuesday to take the No.3 spot in the 4th cat event. Well done, you two! Last week’s Dynamatic update didn’t mention WARRICK ‘SPEEDY’ SPENCE’s victory over Olympians Rob Hayles and Russell Downing at the elite race in Guildford town centre last Wednesday as it took place a few hours after our deadline, but we’re delighted to highlight one of Dynamo’s most impressive-ever wins in this edition. The nifty New Zealander, who attacked with five laps to go on the short cobbled circuit, returned to Cyclefit’s WC2 HQ the next day considerably richer after pocketing a fair amount for coming first and winning £200 in the primes. So PHIL ‘NO-NONSENSE’ CAVELL’s next baked potato is on you, pal!

If DYNAMITE! was sitting in the ITV2 commentary caravan and we handed Paul Sherwen a piece of paper with the following item on it, then we imagine the shock would elicit his familiar exclamatory trademark: “This is UN-BELIEVEABLE!” So get ready to tap http://www.londondynamo.co.uk into your browsers, stunned Dynamates, because in a short while the Newsletter link on the front page should reveal the very first piece of genuine photographic evidence to show that man of mystery KEN BUIST actually exists. At the risk of repeating ourselves as much as Mr Sherwen, we’ll say it again – UN-BELIEVABLE! Race secretary PAUL ‘CANNONBALL’ CALLINAN snapped the south-east cycling scene’s Greta Garbo when the krafty Kiwi visited his Kingston pad to cool off following this week’s blisteringly hot Surrey hills ride, where he joined the group in Esher for an incredibly rare appearance. Sunday regular PAUL ‘ALL BLUE’ HARKNETT reveals: “He even tried to pass himself off as a mere mortal by having a puncture.” You’re fooling no-one, Ken!

Finally, we were pleased to see the first Dynamo reports from the Etape trickling into our inbox – but we need more, Dynamates! You can Dyna-mail your French exploits to news@londondynamo.co.uk and we’ll run every single one of them in next week’s edition. They’re bound to be an inspiration to any Dyna-members thinking of doing it next year!

The microphone has been turned off and we won’t be squeezing into the cramped commentary booth for another seven days. We’ll be “hanging on for grim death” until then, but remember we would be nothing without you, “the movement in the peloton that never ceases to stop”. So please keep Dyna-mailing your news, gossip, Etape exploits and further sightings of the elusive KEN ‘GLASS-CRANKING IT’ 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 begin to wonder why northerner Paul Sherwen chooses to pronounce “Lance” so it doesn’t rhyme with “pants”, it only remains for us to remind you about…


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

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

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.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 6 – GUILDFORD TOWN CENTRE CIRCUIT RACES, E/1/2: 1 WARWICK SPENCE (LONDON DYNAMO); 2 Ross Muir (Viner Bikes/Agisko); 3 Kristian House (Fuji Bikes); 4 James Millard (Bouwelsewielervrienden); 5 Ian Holt (Viner Bikes/Agisko); 6 Phil Dixon (Team DFL); 7 Chris McNamara (Ewhurst Control Wildside Cycles); 8 Jamie Newall (Evans Cycles); 9 Martin Ford (Team DFL); 10 Rob Hayles (Recycling.co.uk/MG-Power/Litespeed); 11 Ben Hallam (Team DFL); 12 Jody Crawforth (Evans Cycles); 13 Russell Downing (Recycling.co.uk/MG-Power/Litespeed); 14 Justin Hoy (Evans Cycles); 15 Simon Cope (Pacific); 16 Roger Morgan (Stilton); 17 Nicholas Dawes (FCCC/EastStCycles/Porsche); 18 Ian Legg (Pacific); 19 Chris Parlett (Ewhurst Control Wildside Cycles); 20 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com).

SATURDAY, JULY 9 – SHAFTESBURY CC CRITS, EASTWAY, 3/4/W/J: 1 Dean Shannon (Southend Wheelers) 1.19.13; 2 Matthew Thurston (Norfolk/Drywall) 1.19.14; 3 Craig Stevens (Ciclos Uno) 1.19.14; 4 GAVIN RYAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.19.14; 5 Martin Hunter (Multisport) 1.19.14; 6 Roger Molinari (Team Economic Energy) 1.19.14; 7 Joe Fletcher (Team Economic Energy) 1.19.14; 8 25 Dave Young (Crest) 1.19.14; 9 Richard Sams (Angliasport/Condor) 1.19.14; 10 James Conway (Met Police) 1.19.14; 11 Rob Bryant (Shaftesbury) 1.19.14; 12 Andrew Cullinane (Team Sport & Publicity) 1.19.14; 13 Luen Geoff (San Fairy Ann) 1.19.14; 14 Andrew Brown (Southend Wheelers) 1.19.15; 15 Jay Hunter (Interbike) 1.19.15.

SATURDAY, JULY 9 – SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, STAGE 1, 1KM TIME TRIAL: 1 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles); 2 Meurig James (Willesden); 3 Steven Woodbridge (TM Racing); 4 MARTIN WILLIAMSON (LONDON DYNAMO); 5 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles); 6 Tim Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk); 7 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO); 8 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley); 9 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers); 10 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO); 11 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe); 12 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com); 13 Oliver Freeman (Bodyworks XTC); 14 Keith Jarrett (i -team.co.uk); 15 Gianluca Cappello (British Airways); 16 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO); 17 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville); 18 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com); 19 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 20 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon); 21 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO); 22 Todd Leckie (Bodyworks); 23 Chris Moores (unatt); 24 Lawrence Winterbottom (Hounslow and District Wheelers); 25 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells); 26 Toni Bond (TM Racing); 27 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO); 28 Mark Scoular (unatt); 29 Robert Stimpson (unatt); 30 Daniel James (Team Axiom); 31 Mike Brampton (TM Racing); 32 Brett Travers (Glendene); 33 Andrew Norfolk (agiskoviner.com); 34 Kieran Williams (awcycles.co.uk); 35 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon); 36 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour); 37 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern); 38 Graham Wood (Crawley); 39 Carrie Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk); 40 Ishmael Burdeau (Brighton Mitre)

SATURDAY, JULY 9 – SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, STAGE 2, 64 MILES: 1 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.30.47; 2 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 2.30.49; 3 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.30.49; 4 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.30.49; 5 Oliver Freeman (Bodyworks XTC) 2.31.31; 6 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.31.59; 7 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 2.31.59; 8 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.31.59; 9 Mark Scoular (unatt) 2.31.59; 10 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 2.31.59; 11 MARTIN WILLIAMSON (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.31.59; 12 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.31.59; 13 Daniel James (Team Axiom) 2.31.59; 14 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 2.31.59; 15 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley) 2.31.59; 16 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.31.59; 17 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.31.59; 18 Gianluca Cappello (British Airways) 2.31.59; 19 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.31.59; 20 Chris Moores (unatt) 2.31.59; 21 Lawrence Winterbottom (Hounslow and District Wheelers) 2.31.59; 22 Toni Bond (TM Racing) 2.31.59; 23 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers) 2.31.59; 24 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon) 2.31.59; 25 Brett Travers (Glendene) 2.31.59; 26 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.31.59; 27 Ishmael Burdeau (Brighton Mitre) 2.31.59; 28 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 2.31.59; 29 Robert Stimpson (unatt) 2.31.59; 30 Andrew Norfolk (agiskoviner.com) 2.35.00; 30 Steven Woodbridge (TM Racing) 2.35.00; 30 Meurig James (Willesden) 2.35.00; 33 Kieran Williams (awcycles.co.uk) 2.38.00; 33 Todd Leckie (Bodyworks XTC) 2.38.00; 33 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2.38.00; 33 Mike Brampton (TM Racing) 2.38.00; 33 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern) 2.38.00; 38 Carrie Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 2.40.56; 39 Neil Linford-Relph (VC Meudon) 2.41.00.

SUNDAY, JULY 10 – SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, STAGE 3, 1.4 MILE HILL CLIMB TIME TRIAL: 1 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 0.04.42; 2 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley) 0.04.44; 3 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.04.53; 4 Tim Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 0.04.54; 4 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 0.04.54; 6 Ishmael Burdeau (Brighton Mitre) 0.05.01; 7 Meurig James (Willesden) 0.05.03; 8 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.05.06; 9 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 0.05.08; 9 Chris Moores (unatt) 0.05.08; 11 MARTIN WILLIAMSON (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.05.12; 12 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.05.14; 12 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.05.14; 14 Kieran Williams (awcycles.co.uk) 0.05.18; 15 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 0.05.20; 16 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers) 0.05.23; 17 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon) 0.05.24; 18 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 0.05.25; 19 Robert Stimpson (unatt) 0.05.30; 20 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 0.05.31; 21 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 0.05.33; 22 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 0.05.37; 22 Steven Woodbridge (TM Racing) 0.05.37; 24 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 0.05.38; 25 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 0.05.39; 26 Mark Scoular (unatt) 0.05.41; 27 Philip Watkins (Addiscombe) 0.05.47; 28 Thomas Eichholtz (South Eastern) 0.05.50; 29 Graham Wood (Crawley) 0.05.54; 30 Daniel James (Team Axiom) 0.06.02; 31 Brett Travers (Glendene) 0.06.03; 31 Lawrence Winterbottom (Hounslow and District Wheelers) 0.06.03; 33 Carrie Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 0.06.10; 34 Gianluca Cappello (British Airways) 0.06.13; 35 Toni Bond (TM Racing) 0.06.37; 36 Andrew Norfolk (agiskoviner.com) 0.06.56; 37 Mike Brampton (TM Racing) 0.07.12.

SUNDAY JULY 10 – SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, STAGE 4, 64 MILES: 1 Meurig James (Willesden) 2.33.16; 2 Chris Moores (unatt) 2.33.20; 3 Brett Travers (Glendene) 2.33.20; 4 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.33.25; 5 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 2.33.28; 6 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 2.33.28; 7 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 2.33.28; 8 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.33.28; 9 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.33.28; 10 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 2.33.28; 11 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.33.28; 12 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 2.33.28; 13 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 2.33.28; 14 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 2.33.28; 15 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley) 2.33.28; 16 Robert Stimpson (unatt) 2.33.28; 17 Mark Scoular (unatt) 2.33.28; 18 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon) 2.33.28; 19 Graham Wood (Crawley) 2.42.50; 20 Lawrence Winterbottom (Hounslow and District) 2.43.13; 21 Daniel James (Team Axiom) 2.43.13; 22 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers) 2.44.43; 23 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 2.48.43; 24 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2.53.58; 25 Toni Bond (TM Racing) 2.56.00; 26 Andrew Norfolk (agiskoviner.com) 2.59.00; 27 Mike Brampton (TM Racing) 2.59.00; 28 Carrie Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 3.05.00; 29 Kieran Williams (awcycles.co.uk) 3.05.00.

SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, FINAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION: 1 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 5.09.49; 2 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.10.01; 3 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 5.10.04; 4 Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 5.10.40; 5 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley); 5.11.02; 6 Chris Moores (unatt) 5.11.21; 7 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.11.25; 8 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 5.11.28; 9 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.11.32; 10 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.11.33; 11 Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells) 5.11.41; 12 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon) 5.11.44; 13 Robert Stimpson (unatt) 5.11.52; 14 Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 5.11.57; 15 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 5.12.00; 16 Mark Scoular (unatt) 5.12.03; 17 Brett Travers (Glendene) 5.12.17; 18 Meurig James (Willesden) 5.14.08; 19 Graham Wood (Crawley) 5.21.40; 20 Daniel James (Team Axiom) 5.22.09; 20 Lawrence Winterbottom (Hounslow and District Wheelers) 5.22.09; 22 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers) 5.22.57; 23 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 5.26.56; 24 Toni Bond (TM Racing) 5.35.31; 25 Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 5.38.33; 26 Andrew Norfolk (agiskoviner.com) 5.41.51; 27 Mike Brampton (TM Racing) 5.45.07; 28 Kieran Williams (awcycles.co.uk) 5.49.14; 29 Carrie Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 5.53.04.

SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, FINAL OVERALL POINTS: 1 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 31; 2 Geoffrey Lulham (Evans Cycles) 29; 3= Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 19; 3= Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 19; 5 Meurig James (Willesden) 18; 6= Chris Moores (unatt) 12; 6= Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 12; 8 Oliver Freeman (Bodyworks XTC) 11; 9= Brett Travers (Glendene) 10; 9= Keith Jarrett (i-team.co.uk) 10; 11 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 8; 12 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley) 6; 13 Mark Ketterer (Team Quest) 5; 14 Tarik Djeddour (Kingston Wheelers) 4; 14= GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 4; 14= Mark Scoular (unatt) 4; 17 DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 3; 18= Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 2; 18= Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 2; 18= Steven Woodbridge (TM Racing) 2; 18= Mark Sussex (Tunbridge Wells); 22= MARTIN WILLIAMSON (LONDON DYNAMO) 1; 22= MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 1.

SURREY LEAGUE, EAST SUSSEX CYCLE FESTIVAL 2-DAY, FIRLE PLACE, SUSSEX, 2/3/J/W, FINAL OVERALL KING OF THE MOUNTAIN POINTS: 1 Daniel Duguid (Evans Cycles) 75; 2 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) 58; 3 Seth Kay (poshbikes.com) 45; 4 Nicholas Dawes (Farnborough and Camberley) 30; 5 GUY POWDRILL (LONDON DYNAMO) 26; 6 Meurig James (Willesden) 23; 7 Chris Moores (unatt) 20; 8 Tim Bedingfield (awcycles.co.uk) 14; 9 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville) 13; 10= CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO) 10; 10= Paul Bishop (Team Kontour) 10; 12 Oliver Freeman (Bodyworks XTC) 7; 13= DAVID WILLIAMS (LONDON DYNAMO) 6; 13= Darrell Pembroke (agiskoviner.com) 6; 15 Ishmael Burdeau (Brighton Mitre) 5; 16 MARTIN GARRATT (LONDON DYNAMO) 2; 16 Mr Anne Boorsma (Dulwich Paragon) 2.

SUNDAY, JULY 10 – KENNARDINGTON SERRL EVENT 10, WOODCHURCH, 3/4/W/J, 80KM: 1 Darren Knight (London Fire Brigade); 2 Richard Tozer (Twickenham); 3 Dean Kinnerly (unatt); 4 DAVID STREULE (LONDON DYNAMO); 5 Jonathan Jones (VC Deal); 6 Luke Huggins (Kingsnorth International); 7 Chris Hughes (VC Deal); 8 Geof Wyle (San Fairy Ann); 9 Lee Turner (Sigma Sport); 10 Nick Crockford (Glendene/Biketrax); 11 Andrew Wills (VC Deal); 12 Geoff Wilson (VC Deal); 13 Gavin Wendon (Medway Velo); 14 Jon Shurmer (Addiscombe); 15 David Pearson (San Fairy Ann); 16 Richard Kennerson (Medway Velo); 17 Andy Hawes (Medway Velo); 18 Kevin Knox (Dulwich Paragon); 19 Kathryn Hibberd (Poshbikes); 20 David Austen (unatt).

TUESDAY, JULY 12 – CRYSTAL PALACE LEAGUE #12, CRYSTAL PALACE PARK, E/1/2, 30KM: 1 Bryan Taylor (VC Londres); 2 TOM HEMMANT (LONDON DYNAMO) s/t; 3 IAN PAINE (LONDON DYNAMO) +0.03; 4 Matt Rugman (Kingsnorth International) +0.25; 5 Guy Pearson (Pearson Cycles); 6 Scott Bugden (Pearson Cycles); 7 Shannon Durrant (Pearson Cycles); 8 David Jones (Dulwich Paragon) +1.30; 9 Nic Cheetham (Dulwich Paragon) +1.35; 10 Steve Hammer (agiskoviner.com); 11 CHRIS CHAPMAN (LONDON DYNAMO); 12 Nat Spurling (Finsbury Park).

TUESDAY, JULY 12 – BC WEST THAMES/LONDON DYNAMO CIRCUIT RACE, HILLINGDON, 4/W/J, 45KM: 1 Chris Salisbury (Kingston Wheelers); 2 C. Emery (Twickenham); 3 AUBONE TENNANT (LONDON DYNAMO); 4 A. Peart (Twickenham); 5 K. Sparks (unatt); 6 P. Cornwall (unatt); 7 G. Mathieson (unatt); 8 S. Benge (Thames Velo); 9 J. STOREY (LONDON DYNAMO); 10 HUGO CANO (LONDON DYNAMO).

“I was sitting behind him thinking, ‘Oh my God, I’m in a break with Merckx.’ I just sat behind him because he was like Muhammad Ali, and there was me, this little prat from England in a break with the guy whose picture I had on the wall when I was a kid.”

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