Shropshire Cycling Clubs Association's 2016 prize winners were cheered on by a good turnout of over 80 supporters at Ellerdine Village Hall. Club runs converged from all points of the County thanks to a glorious Autumn morning for a well-received social and early lunch before trophies and medals were handed out. SCCA Chair Helen Tudor announced the winners, with stalwart timekeeper Gill Morrison handing over the trophies to recipients.
Full results here
Presentation 27th November 2016 at Ellerdine Village Hall. Hot food from 11:15am, medals and trophies at noon
VETS POINTS CHAMP
WOMEN’S POINTS CHAMP
JUNIOR POINTS CHAMP
Emma Serjeant clinched second place overall in the SCCA Hill Climb Series to Join Sam Holwill, Rebecca Richardson and Ian Coe who secured their first places in category last week.
County medals and trophies will be handed out at the SCCA Presentation on 27th November at Ellerdine Village Hall. Club runs arrive from 11am onwards for a social, hot food and drinks before the presentation takes place at noon. Hopefully the club will be supporting this and p...
The final standings or the inaugural SCCA hill climb series make great reading for club. Sam, Rebecca and Ian all top their categories
The race report fo the final round and the final standings:-
Nova Raiders "Abbey" Road Hill Climb
The destination of the County's Hill Climb Trophy was settled with one round to go as Kirk Vickers took another fine win in Round 7 of The Coaching Revolutions Hill Climb Series. Starting adjacent to the picturesque Li
SCCA Autumn 10 No.3
Bryn Davies ended the season in the manner he started it with what Donald Trump would perhaps describe as a 'bigly' performance in the final round of the SB Sports Injuries Series. Series champion Davies put in a fabulous effort of 21 minutes 51 seconds to win the third SCCA Autumn 10 by a big margin of 29 seconds over Stuart Proctor - an excellent effort on the uneven Waters Upton - Hodnet surface at any time, but especially so
Paramount CRT "Five Chimneys" Hill Climb
A classic Shropshire Hill Climb got it's first outing in many years as Paramount CRT promoted their inaugural event on the "Five Chimneys" climb at Hughley in Round 6 of The Coaching Revolutions Hill Climb Series - with Ian Coe making it a double by not only winning overall but taking the Veteran's win too. Coe stopped the watch on 4 minutes 8.32 seconds for a victory of over 14 seconds from Ian Couplan
Coaching Revolutions Shropshire Championship 10 promoted by
A strong field set up the prospect of a mouth watering battle for County medals with Shropshire's best time triallists lining up to enter the finale of the Friction Hydraulics Series, The Coaching Revolutions Shropshire Championship 10 promoted by Nova Raiders - and they didn't disappoint. With Friction and Hydraulics Series winner Matt Davies; multiple County course
SCCA Autumn 10 No.1 A first time entrant made an immediate impact in Round 15 of the SB Sports Injuries Series as Matt Davies took a win by a huge margin of exactly two minutes. Davies battled through a northerly headwind to surprise himself with his late season form in the first SCCA Autumn 10 on the Waters Upton - Hodnet course, stopping the watch on 20 minutes 18 seconds. This excellent ride showed Davies he still had his edge, with the Rhino Velo rider
Hafren CC Pentre'r Beirdd Hill Climb
Hafren CC took the major spoils in Round 5 of The Coaching Revolutions Hill Climb Series with members winning in all categories in the climb of Pentre'r Beirdd - with one taking the first Gold medal of the Series. If there has been one feature of this Series so far it has been the varying nature of the climbs challenging different styles of climbing ability, with Hafren CC's own 0.9 mile promotion providing the short
Ludlow CC Wigmore Hill Climb
The course record was broken in Round 4 of The Coaching Revolutions Hill Climb Series as Series leader Kirk Vickers outpaced a 38-strong field to extend his lead. Vickers tackled the 1.95 mile Wigmore Road climb promoted by Ludlow CC in 7 minutes 15 seconds, shaving a single second off the previous record. A delighted Vickers commented: "A great climb, good length and easy to get into a rhythm. A good, friendly turnout with l