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Saturday 2Up 10
24-06-2017 at 15:00 - Q10/24 Grain (GS Avanti).

Evening 10
29-06-2017 at 19:30 - Q10/29 East Peckham (Sydenham).

Evening 10
06-07-2017 at 19:30 - Q10/27 Brands Hatch (7 Oaks Tri).

Latest Results

Evening 21 Hilly
15-06-2017 - GS311 Gracious Lane (Sydenham) -> Result

Evening 10
08-06-2017 - Q10/29 East Peckham (GS Avanti) -> Result

Evening 10
25-05-2017 - Q10/29 East Peckham (7 Oaks Tri) -> Result

Inter-Club Points Summary

Sevenoaks Tri-Club - 216
GS Avanti - 165
Sydenham Wheelers CC - 123


Latest News

Southborough & Dist Wh 25 - 11th June G25/89 - posted 22-06-2017
When you get up at 4 in the morning and there isnít a cloud in the sky and the recent wind seems to have dropped you hope for good things! Of course once you get to the event the cloud is building up big time and the wind is reappearing. On top of that it start drizzling on the return leg. It also looked like it was going to be a good turnout of both first and second claim members with 4 first and 3 second entered. However on the day only 4 actually rode. Of those riders the results were David Twin 1.04.52 (29th), Kevin Beament 1.05.03 (30th), Bob Loader 1.33.21 (51st) and 2nd claim member Richard Tully 57.12 (7th). The event was won by Pete Tadros In¨-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT in 52.55.

Crawley Wheelers 41.6 - 14th April, GS/196 course - posted 05-05-2017
As per previous years there was a good turnout from the club for this sporting event, with 4 members turning up to ride on a chilly Good Friday. The wind seemed to be with you slightly on the way out and against on the way back. The fastest on the day was Richard Birtwhistle with 1.44.04 (19th), followed by Robert Royston 1.51.08 (37th), Dave Twin 1.55.52 (48th) and Kevin Beament 1.57.13 (50th). The overall winner was Mark Smith of Crawley Wheelers in 1.34.33.

East Surrey Hardriders 29.9 - GS/491 on 12th March - posted 14-03-2017
Thankfully the weatherman got the forecast of rain wrong and conditions generally were good for this early season classic. After a couple of years of a shortened course due to the broken bridge which has now been replaced, it was back to the full distance. There was a good representation from the club on the start sheet, but unfortunately Paul Bellamy due to having metal work taken out his shoulder and Kevin Beament going off skiing meant there werenít as many riding. The conditions resulted in some quick rides, with the winner John Dewey, Team Bottrill/HSS Hire finishing in 1.02.53. First claim rider times were as follows: Richard Birtwhistle 1.18.13 (48th), Robert Royston 1.18.41 (52nd), David Twin 1.19.25 (56th) and Ed Rieu 1.31.20 (86th). For a while there was a thought we were in with a chance of the vet team prize unfortunately that was not to be. Second claim members times were: Mark Newton 1.11.44 (21st) and Winsome Levy 2.08.44 (94th).