Category Archives: Results

Walker and Robinson 2nd in LRRA 2up

Rich Walker and Rich Robinson put in a strong performance in the LRRA 2up Champs on a 30km course near Sleaford on Saturday.

Despite getting held up in a queue of traffic early in the race the duo stormed round in 40:37 averaging 27.8mph to take joint second place with  Ian Russell and Alex Colman (Arrow Cycles RT).

Winners on the day, Neil Palmer and Chris Ward (Spalding CC) put in an outstanding ride to clock 39:57.

Full result to follow

Rich Robinson takes 4th in first race

Persistent heavy rain, fresh winds and cold temperatures met the riders for the LRRA Middle Markers / Open 25 on Sunday 29th March 2015.

Rich Robinson was pleased with his effort for his first event of the season coming home 4th with a time of 58:19.

The event was won by Adam Gascoigne (Pedal Power Loughborough) in a very impressive 53:46.

1. Adam Gascoigne (Pedal Power Loughborough) 53:46
2. Joel Wainman (Team Swift) 55:43
3. Alex Colman (Arrow Cycles RT) 57:58
4. Richard Robinson (Scunthorpe Poly CC) 58:19
5. John Pilgrim (Witham Wheelers) 58:29
6. Ian Dalton (Cherry Valley RT / B & C Express) 58:50
7. Chris Ward (Spalding CC) 59:02
8. Stewart Gormley (Team Swift) 59:23
9. Phil Rayner (Welland Valley CC) 59:53
10. Gary Symons (Witham Wheelers) 59:59

Fastest Middle Marker was Andy Newham (Lincoln Wheelers) 1:02:46
Fastest Long Marker was Dan Carr (Boston Wheelers) 1:06:05

Full result can be found here.

LRRA 30 2014

On 7th September 2014 Rich Robinson and Rich Walker took part in the Lincolnshire 30 miles time trial championships.

Both were a little off the pace on the day, with Rich Walker just pipping his team mate.

Rich Walker 53:38
Rich Robinson 53:42

The event was won by Jim Boyle of Cherry Valley in a time of 52:09.

That concludes the Lincolnshire Championships for this season. We’ll be posting a summary of the teams awards in due course.

Nash wins Gold!

Tony Nash wins a gold medal in the 2011 Masters Track championship in the 45-50 age category. The 2011 championships were held at the Newport velodrome in Wales. Tony produced a stunning ride in the points race, lapping the field twice to win the gold medal.