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1996 Winners Evening Ten Series 12-Hour

History
Trophies
BAR
Points
Senior BAR
25, 50, 100 miles & 12 hours

Chris Martin
Average speed 22.663 mph


Vets BAR (on Standard)
25, 50 & 100 miles

Horry Hemsley +2.682 mph


Ladies BAR
2 x 10 & 2 x 25 miles

Not Awarded


Junior BAR
2 x 10 & 2 x 25 miles

Alan Curtis
Average speed 26.377 mph



25 Mile Championship

1st Dave Pollard - 58:31
2nd Peter Roberts - 1:00:53
3rd Chris Martin - 1:01:57

1st Hcp: Tony Gale
2nd Hcp: Paul Hunt
3rd Hcp: Laurie Leaney


30 Mile Championship

1st Alan Curtis - 1:12:38
2nd Stephen Burgess in 1:17:24

1st Hcp: Stephen Burgess
2nd Hcp: Laurie Leaney


50 Mile Championship

1st Chris Martin - 2:03:34
2nd Peter Baker in 2:04:29

1st Hcp: Peter Baker
2nd Hcp: Chris Martin


100 Mile Championship

1st Clyde Cooper - 4:59:58

1st Hcp: Clyde Cooper


12-Hour Championship

1st Chris Hill - 248.743 miles

1st Hcp: Chris Hill


Newhaven Beddingham 9.93 miles

1st Chris Hill - 26:34
2nd Stuart Humm - 26:57

1st Hcp: Chris Martin
2nd Hcp: Stuart Humm


Circuit of Danehill 18.11 miles

1st Dave Pollard - 47:42
2nd Robert Wimble - 50:52
3rd Stephen Burgess - 51:39

1st Hcp: Stephen Burgess
2nd Hcp: Dave Pollard
3rd Hcp: Paul Hunt


Circuit of Earwig 19.25 miles

1st Alan Curtis (J) - 43:47
2nd Ivan Luck - 45:20
3rd Colin Homan - 46:41

1st Hcp: Peter Baker
2nd Hcp: Colin Homan
3rd Hcp: Ian Landless

Chris Martin - 1996 Senior BAR

Chris Martin - Club Senior BAR
Click for SCA 12-Hour report



Circuit of Chailey 17.58 miles

1st Robert Wimble - 44:59
2nd Peter Baker - 45:17
3rd Colin Homan - 46:37

1st Hcp: Ken Stevens
2nd Hcp: Peter Baker
3rd Hcp: Robert Wimble


Evening Ten Series
12 events with fastest 6 to count
Click for the full Evening Ten Series Results

1st Alan Curtis (J)
Aggregate time: 2:12:22
Best time: 21:10
2nd Colin Homan
Aggregate time: 2:23:45
Best time: 23:44
3rd Robert Wimble
Aggregate time: 2:26:02
Best time: 23:46

1st Hcp: Stuart Simmonds
2nd Hcp: Matthew Levett
3rd Hcp: Paul Hunt


Evening Ten Two-Up

Stephen Comben & John Limpus - 21:48


Classic League

Shane Faulkner


Junior Classic League

Alan Curtis


Seymour Cup for fastest 25

Alan Curtis with 56:13


Track Champion

Stephen Comben


Reg Porter Trophy

Paul Limpus


Merit Cup

Sandra Hill


Zonca Bradshaw Cup

Keith Newsam



1996 Records: We had six new Club Records set in 1996. The Club present certificates for each new record.

Veterans on Standard

  • Ron Rogers best plus by a veteran of +5:55 (24:35) - Bognor Regis CC 10 mile - 20/06/96

  • Ron Rogers best plus by a veteran of +16:03 (1:02:17) - Luton Arrows CC 25 mile 7/09/96

    • Laurie Leaney best plus by a veteran of +15:51 (57:58) - Hertfordshire Wh 25 mile - 21/07/96

  • Ron Rogers best plus by a veteran of +15:40 (1:18:20) - Hampshire RC 30 mile - 4/08/96

BAR

  • Alan Curtis Junior BAR average speed 26.377 mph

Place-to-Place

  • Peter Baker for his Lewes-Horsham-Lewes 46.5 miles in a time of 1:55:03 - 30/06/96

The following was for a Best Performance on a current course (not recognised as official Club Record)

  • Alan Curtis for his 43:47 - Circuit of Earwig - 23/06/96

Club Awards Dinner: Trophies, Plaques and Certificates were handed out at the Lewes Wanderers Cycling Club Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation on Saturday 15th February 1997 at the Riverside Restaurant, Newhaven.



1996 Competition Rules: The Senior BAR is based on the average speed over 25, 50 & 100 miles plus 12-hours - 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.

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 no award for the Evening Ten two-up and no veteran awards on standard.

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