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Archive Website - Our 2004 Winners
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2004 Winners 2004 News & Gossip 2004 Newsletters Michael Rabbetts
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History
Trophies
BAR
Points
Senior BAR
50, 100 miles & 12 hours

John Mankelow
Average speed 21.045 mph


Short Distance BAR
10, 25 & 50 miles

Mark Winton
Average speed of 25.918 mph


Vets BAR on Standard
25, 50 & 100 miles

John Mankelow +3.377 mph


Ladies BAR
10, 25 & 50 miles

Not Awarded


Junior BAR
2 x 10 & 2 x 25 miles
Not Awarded



25 Mile Championship
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1st Mark Winton - 58:03
2nd Peter Baker - 59:28

1st Hcp: Lesley May-Hills (L)
2nd Hcp: Sharon Watts (L)

1st Vet: Ron Rogers +18:33



30 Mile Championship
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1st Peter Baker - 1:12:45
2nd Mark Winton - 1:12:56

1st Hcp: Anne Locke (L)
2nd Hcp: Michael Foster

1st Vet: Jeremy Meades +13:27



50 Mile Championship
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1st Mark Winton - 2:01:02
2nd Peter Baker - 2:03:24

1st Hcp: Mark Winton
2nd Hcp: John Mankelow

1st Vet: John Mankelow +10:58



100 Mile Championship
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1st Mark Winton - 4:14:07

1st Hcp: Mark Winton

1st Vet: John Mankelow +54:36



12-Hour Championship
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1st John Mankelow - 224.049 miles

1st Hcp: John Mankelow

1st Vet: John Mankelow +24.589 miles



Newhaven-Beddingham 9.93 miles
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1st Mark Winton - 24:06
2nd Roger Watts - 25:03

1st Hcp: Theresa Tamplin (L)
2nd Hcp: John Mankelow

1st Vet: John Mankelow +2:08



Circuit of Danehill 18.11 miles
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1st Mark Winton - 46:57
2nd Peter Baker - 47:15

1st Hcp: Colin Homan
2nd Hcp: Michael Foster

1st Vet: Ian Landless +3:22

John Mankelow 2004 Senior BAR

John Mankelow - Club Senior BAR


Circuit of Earwig 17.69 miles
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1st Peter Baker - 43:29
2nd Mark Winton - 43:33

1st Hcp: Andy Bavastock
2nd Hcp: Adrian Hills

1st Vet: Peter Baker +6:13


Circuit of Chailey 17.58 miles
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1st Peter Baker - 44:29
2nd Jim Cheek - 45:08

1st Hcp: Peter Barling
2nd Hcp: Tobias Bauer

1st Vet: Ian Landlesss +6:11


Evening Ten Series
11 events with fastest 6 to count
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1st Mark Winton
Aggregate time: 2:15:01
Best time: 22:07
2nd Peter Baker
Aggregate time: 2:20:30
Best time: 23:08

1st Hcp: Steve Burgess
2nd Hcp: Andy Bavastock

1st Vet: Ian Landless +33:09


Fixed Wheel Evening Ten*
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Mark Burgess - 25:53


Evening Ten Tandem Event
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Adrian Hills & Lesley May-Hills (L) - 26:24


Evening Ten Two-Up
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Ian Landless & Trevor Wright - 24:23


Classic League
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Mark Winton with 32 points


Junior Classic League

Not Awarded


Seymour Cup for fastest 25
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Mark Winton with 57:18


Track Champion

Mark Winton


Reg Porter Trophy

Spencer Coleman


Merit Cup

Sandra Hill


Zonca Bradshaw Cup

Peter Barling



2004 Records: We didn't have any new Club Records set in 2004.



Club Awards Dinner: Trophies, Plaques and Certificates were handed out at the Lewes Wanderers Cycling Club Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation on Friday 18th February 2005, at The Roebuck Inn, Laughton.


2004 Competition Rules: All Club BAR counting events must be on Sussex courses with the exception that any 12-hour can be used for the Senior BAR. The Seymour Cup is for the fastest 25 on any course.

* From 2004 our Fixed Wheel Ten was decided on actual speed (fastest wins), rather than a handicap system as used in 2001, 02 & 03.

On club events with 1 to 7 entries, only the fastest rider and the first rider on handicap receive club medals. On events with 8 to 19 entries, the fastest two riders and the first two on handicap receive club medals. With 20 and over entries, the fastest three and the first three on handicap receive club medals. There is one Vets Standard award for each event. There is no award for the Evening Ten two-up.

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