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1998 Winners Evening Ten Series

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

Dave Pollard
Average speed 23.302 mph


Short Distance BAR
10, 25 & 50 miles

Shane Faulkner
Average speed 26.702 mph


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

Dave Pollard +3.596 mph


Ladies BAR
2 x 10 & 2 x 25 miles

Not Awarded


Junior BAR
2 x 10 & 2 x 25 miles

Keith Newsam
Average speed 23.915 mph


25 Mile Championship

1st Robert Wimble - 1:01:24
2nd Andrew Razzell - 1:02:11

1st Hcp: Stuart Simmonds
2nd Hcp: Robert Wimble

1st Vet: John Mankelow -2:25


30 Mile Championship

1st Colin Homan - 1:15:08
2nd Chris Martin - 1:16:40

1st Hcp: Mick Burgess
2nd Hcp: Chris Hough

1st Vet: Horry Hemsley +7:29


50 Mile Championship

1st Dave Pollard - 1:57:30

1st Hcp: Tim Holmes

1st Vet: Dave Pollard +20:33


100 Mile Championship

1st Dave Pollard - 4:14:42

1st Hcp: Peter Baker

1st Vet: Dave Pollard +41:32


12-Hour Championship

1st Dave Pollard - 245.810 miles

1st Hcp: Dave Pollard

1st Vet: Horry Hemsley +26.450 miles


Newhaven-Beddingham 9.93 miles

1st Dave Pollard - 23:19
2nd Shane Faulkner - 23:30
3rd Robert Wimble - 25:00

1st Hcp: Chris Hough
2nd Hcp: Chris Martin
3rd Hcp: Robert Wimble

1st Vet: Ian Landless +2:54


Circuit of Danehill 18.11 miles

1st Paul Hunt - 48:02
2nd Robert Wimble - 48:10

1st Hcp: Paul Hunt
2nd Hcp: Hugh Procter

1st Vet: Chris Lord +0:16


Circuit of Earwig 19.25 miles

1st Paul Hunt - 47:02
2nd Nigel Siberry - 47:48

1st Hcp: Stephen Burgess
2nd Hcp: Stuart Simmonds

1st Vet: Ian Landless +8:10


Circuit of Chailey 17.58 miles

1st Paul Hunt - 46:15
2nd Keith Newsam (J) - 46:18

1st Hcp: Mick Burgess
2nd Hcp: Stephen Burgess

1st Vet: Ken Stevens +5:22


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

1st Alan Curtis
Aggregate time: 2:11:19
Best time: 21:32
2nd Paul Hunt
Aggregate time: 2:19:31
Best time: 22:47
3rd Mark Winton
Aggregate time: 2:21:08
Best time: 23:21

1st Hcp: Keith Newsam (J)
2nd Hcp: John Gallsworthy
3rd Hcp: Trevor Wright

Dave Pollard - 1998 Senior BAR

Dave Pollard - Club Senior BAR



Evening Ten Two-Up

Andrew Razzell & Chris Martin - 23:59


Classic League

Dave Pollard


Junior Classic League

Keith Newsam


Seymour Cup for fastest 25

Dave Pollard with 54:07


Track Champion

Peter Baker


Reg Porter Trophy

Tony Longhurst


Merit Cup

Iris Stevens


Zonca Bradshaw Cup

Mark Winton



Paul Hunt - 1st in our Circuits of Danehill, Earwig & Chailey

Paul Hunt - 1st Danehill, Earwig & Chailey



Shane Faulkner - Short Distance BAR winner

Shane Faulkner - Short Distance BAR winner 1998



Qualifiers for the Short Distance BAR
over 10, 25 & 50 miles

Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12


Name
Shane Faulkner
Dave Pollard
Pete Roberts
Paul Hunt
Tim Holmes
Chris Martin
Nigel Siberry
Graham Jeffs
Andrew Razell
Horry Hemsley
Peter Price
Mick Burgess
Avr mph
26.702
26.624
26.080
24.882
24.557
24.405
24.325
23.890
23.861
22.923
22.407
19.437


1998 Records: We had five new Club Records set in 1998. The Club present certificates for each new record.

Juvenile

  • Keith Newsam for his 1:14:25 - Leo RC 30 mile - 16/08/98

Veterans on Standard

  • Ken Stevens best plus by a veteran of +5:56 (25:34) - Beauvale CC 10 mile - 25/07/98

  • Horry Hemsley best plus by a veteran of +30:22 (2:13:??) - Racing Team East 50 mile - 15/08/98

BAR

  • Dave Pollard - Four distance BAR (BBAR VTTA conditions) - plus 3.619 mph

  • Shane Faulkner - Short Distance BAR - average speed 26.702 mph

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

  • Dave Pollard for his 23:18 - Newhaven-Beddingham - 22/03/98

Club Awards Dinner: Trophies, Plaques and Certificates were handed out at the Lewes Wanderers Cycling Club Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation on Sunday 6th December 1998 at the Roebuck Inn, Laughton.



1998 Competition Rules: The short distance BAR (over 10, 25 & 50 miles) competition was run as an experiment in 1997 and it was made a permanent competition from 1998 - As of 1998, the Senior BAR is based on the average speed over 50 & 100 miles plus 12-hours (the 25 was dropped to bring it in-line with the national BBAR competition) - 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 - A single veteran award on standard for each of the single distance, 12-hour and the four circuit events was introduced in 1997 - There is no award for the Evening Ten two-up.

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