This week, 9 laps of the Staple Hill circuit were followed by 9 of Valley End. The TCC pair of Mark Spindler(18th) and Alex Pantelides (22nd), and associate member Shane Pope (Swindon RC) were active throughout, with Mark showing well at the front of the field and contributing to the breakaways.
With 5 laps left, the familiar sight of a Paul Holdsworth (Hounslow) attack looked like it world stick for once, but he was soon joined byColin McDermott (Festival RC), with McDermott taking the flag ahead of Holdsworth.
Overall after 3 rounds Pts
1 Lewis Atkins Orbea-For Goodness Shakes E 15
2 Ashley Holding VC Meudon 2V 17
3 Alex Higham WyndyMilla E 22
4 Jake Martin Onelife Fuga Racing Team 24
4 Colin McDermott Festival RC 3V 24
6 Martin Smith Army CU EV 27
7 Allan Ridler Cycle Kingdom RT 2 29
8 James Jones Beeline Bicycles RT 2 36
8 Andy Davies Fit-For 1 36
10 Paul Edwards Lighweight 37
11 Stephen Dring Team Echelon Spiuk E 40
12 Paul Holdsworth Hounslow & District 1V 41
13 Mark Spindler Twickenham CC 3 62
14 Neil Edwards Private Member 3 63
15 Bill Butterworth Team Quest 3V 71
Once again, Thanks to Lisa, Warren, Gavin, Orlando, Rob, Barbara, Andrew, Leslie, Claire, Chris, Des, & Dave for marshalling.
Miach Twickenam CC
34th Gavin Mitchell Twickenam CC
With the season pretty much over, Twickenham CC lie in 65th position Nationally on 486 points, and hold 9th place in the Central Region with 125 points.
|Natalie Creswick||305||Oliver Newlan||28|
|Jayne Rendall-Hannan||59||Thomas Bell||18|
|Matthew Myers||35||Stephen Campbell||13|
|Wiesia Kuczaj||19||Matthew Myers||11|
|Emma Williams||18||Gavin Mitchell||11|
|Thomas Bell||15||Stuart Kistruck||10|
|Tina Reid||11||Michael Miach||10|
|Oliver Newlan||7||Matthew Treadwell||10|
|Liam Maybank||7||Thomas Sutherland||8|
|Francesca Farran-Lee||5||Mateusz Dykiert||5|
|Dorchie Cockerell||4||George Kirkin||1|
Prime Coaching are running a Race Preparation coaching session at Hillingdon Circuit on Saturday 20th Nov 2010 . For more details please contact David Lambourne, Telephone 01628 638984, Email [email protected]
This year's Club Hill Climb Championships takes place on
Sunday 21st November at Crimp Hill.
More Details can be found here. Please Des Bennett if you wish to enter stating your category.
You’ve changed your clocks, we’re into dark winter nights. This can only mean one thing! … It’s time to get the turbo-trainers and rollers out and have some roller-racing fun. There’s only 4 weeks to go and 4 Tuesday night turbo-training sessions left to get yourself in roller-racing shape for the spectacular …
Darren Paice & Natalie Creswick were crowned last
year’s Rolla-racing King and Queen. Tom Sutherland, Stewart
Ward, Dorchie Cockerell and Eleanor Resheph were hard on their heels.
Who’s back to fight for their places and honour and/or surpass last
year’s top placings? And will that be YOUR name be in the frame ready
to challenge our 2009 champs?
Yes, it is a fun event and where would we be without a little friendly rivalry? It is though, very much a family event, so we warmly welcome you and your family to join us for this great afternoon event. ‘Having a go’ aged 7 upwards is absolutely encouraged.
We’re pleased to be able to announce an improvement on last year’s
ticket prices, with:
- Under 10s - FREE entry for the afternoon
- 18 and under - £10 - £12 less than last year
- Family ticket at £70 - £10 less than last year
Entry for RollaPaluza is £1 for over 18s
- 7–18 year olds roller-race for free.
Adult: £30 each
Youth/Junior (aged 10 up to & including 18 yr olds): £10 each
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children 10-18): £70
Details from Last Year's Event - Report - Photos - Results
Where’s it being held?
- Imber Court, Ember Lane, East Molesey KT8 0BT
- Also known as The Met Police Sports Ground http://www.imbercourtsportsclub.co.uk
1 pm – 3 pm Rollapaluza – Have a go and
3 pm – 5pm Rollapaluza – Knock out rounds through to quarters, semis and final.
5.30 – 6.30 Awards presentations. Celebrating your 2010 success
7 pm: Close.
There is ample parking. Showers & changing rooms are available to use.
Buffet lunch will be served at approximately 2.30 and at 5.15, to allow for knock-out roller-racers to eat too!
So what's Rollapaluza roller-racing?
Rollapaluza are dedicated to reviving the sport of roller-racing. Two cyclists battle it out on a pair of vintage rollers connected to a huge dial over a simulated 500m distance at speeds in excess of 50mph!
This is your chance to give roller-racing a go. Everyone, 7 years of age and above, is encouraged to try it out. The top qualifiers go into an elimination knock out, leading to quarter, semis and an exciting final.
Rollapaluza events are well known for their atmosphere, so it promises to be another fun afternoon following on from last year’s inaugural TCC success. (www.rollapaluza.com)
Roller Racing was a very popular sport in the UK back in the forties and fifties with events drawing huge crowds to ballrooms, cinemas and even luxury hotels such as the Savoy. Since 2000 Rollapaluza have been dedicated to reviving this near forgotten sport in the UK, all Rollapaluza events have music to recreate the old roller-race format in a contemporary style.
your ticket see Ann or
Denise or fill in the following form.
Stefan Zurakowski will be giving massages most Tuesday nights
through 'til Xmas.
There will be a booking sheet on the sign on table, the time slots are 8.30, 8.50, 9.10 and 9.30.
Don't forget to send your results, or anything else you would like featured on our website through to [email protected]