The first time trial of Cuddon Cycling Marlborough’s Cycle World ‘summernite’ series got underway in very windy conditions at Fairhall last Wednesday evening.
A good field turned out with competition close amongst the top riders. Favorite Ray Dunstan recorded the fastest time of 21m 56s with Conway Taylor only 21 seconds back in 22m 17s. A surprise was junior under 17 rider Brodie Catterick who recorded a good 23m 53s for third place. The sealed handicap also went to a junior under 17 rider, Will Hart (6m), who had a comfortable margin of 49 seconds over Catterick (3m) with another 18 seconds to Andrew Jamieson (3m).
Cycle World Time Trial No1- R Dunstan 21m 56s 1, C Taylor 22m 17s 2, B Catterick 23m 53s 3, A Jamieson 24m 11s 4, B Ackroyd 24m 42s 5, C Saunders 24m 57s 6, L Griggs 25m 45s 7, W Hart 26m 04s 8, B Verhoef 27m 16s 9, R Murphy 27m 33s 10. Sealed handicap, W Hart (6m) 20m 04s 1, B Catterick (3m) 20m 53s 2, A Jamieson (3m) 21m 11s 3, B Ackroyd (3m 30s) 21m 12s 4, R Monk (7m 30s) 21m 22s 5, C Saunders (3m 30s) 21m 27s 6, L Griggs (4m) 21m 45s 7, C Taylor (30s) 21m 47s 8, R Dunstan (scr) 21m 56s 9, L Landon-Lane (6m 30s) 22m 00s 10.
Two-up time trial, Opening night 27/10/2010- C Taylor/A Jamieson 24m 48s 1, B Catterick/M Catterick and J Lee/P Binnie 25m 10s 2 equal, B ackroyd/P Newman 25m 48s 4, Q Karwowski/A Jeffries 26m 39s 5, R Golding/S Smith 27m 07s 6, T Neal/S Binnie 27m 21s 7, G Henderson/L Spencer 27m 25s 8, J Blackiston/I Shapcott and J J Payne/B Mead 27m 33s 9 equal.