Thames Velo British Cycling Central Region Road Race Championship - 10.00am Sunday May 19th 2013
Thames Velo hosted the British Cycling 2013 Central Region Road Race Championship on the 19th of May, on the Great Milton circuit, Oxfordshire. Race Programme HERE.
Sponsored by AW Cycles and Cherry Active:
|1||Michael Smith||Team Corley Cycles/Cervelo/Alpha R.C||1|
|2||Henry Latimer||AW Cycles||1|
|3||Mark Baines||Spirit Bikes Racing Team||1|
|4||Rob Yeatman||Dream Cycling||2|
|5||Mike Wragg||Arbis Colbert Cycles RT||1|
|6||William Goulbourne||Team V-Sprint Racing||2|
|7||Richard Wood||Arbis Colbert Cycles RT||1|
|8||Peter Wager||Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT||1|
|9||Ken Buckley||AW Cycles||2|
|10||Jake Hales||Team IG / Sigma Sport||E|
|11||Ian Knight||Team Corley Cycles/Cervelo/Alpha R.C||E|
|12||Simon Henley||Team Corley Cycles/Cervelo/Alpha R.C||2|
|13||Ben Homa||Beeline Bicycles RT||2|
|14||Christopher Palfreeman||Leeds University Gryphons Cycling Team||2|
|15||Matthew Jones||Team IG / Sigma Sport||E|
|16||Douglas Coleman||CC Luton||2|
|18||Jerzy Kuzminski||High Wycombe Cycling Club||2|
|18||Edward Clemens||Spirit Bikes Racing Team||1|
|19||Philip Starr||Python Racing Team||2|
|20||Justin Belcher||Banbury Star CC||2|
Race Report from Velo UK HERE
(National B) Band 2 - E/1/2/3
Race distance: 142km (89 miles)
Start From the HQ (Little Milton Village Hall - map).
Turn right from the HQ, onto the A329 through Little Milton (M). Turn left at the Stadhampton roundabout onto the B480 (M).
Fork left towards Stoke Talmage and over the climb of Clare Hill. Carry straight on until T-junction, turn left to join A40 (M).
Proceed along the A40 to the finish at Milton Common. At the T-Junction, turn left (M) to re-join the A329.
Race comprises of 5 complete laps and on the 6th lap, finish.
Little Milton Village Hall - HQ
Parking There is plenty of parking to the REAR of the HQ. The front car park of the HQ should be kept clear at all times as this is reserved for official vehicles ONLY.
Circuit maps and profile: The circuit we are using is mapped in full detail here
The circuit and course profile (distances are shown in kilometres):