Iam makes Short work of it
THREE Hainault Roads Club riders showed their battling qualities at the Elite CC-promoted Joan Marsh memorial time trial on Saturday. On a 10-mile course at Leaden Roding, Ian Short finished third after stopping the clock at 22 minutes and 59 seconds, whi
THREE Hainault Roads Club riders showed their battling qualities at the Elite CC-promoted Joan Marsh memorial time trial on Saturday.
On a 10-mile course at Leaden Roding, Ian Short finished third after stopping the clock at 22 minutes and 59 seconds, while Howard Staunton continued to improve, finishing less than a minute down on Short in 23.50.
Paul Godfrey managed a commendable 25.09 for his first outing of the season.
The following day, the Elite CC were host to the Albert & Emily Bristow memorial 25-mile time trial. First off for the Hainault Roads Club were Roger Pimm and Brian Ward, competing in the two-up team time trial event.
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The dependable pair rode a solid race to cross the line in 1.05.54.
In the solo event, Short demonstrated his class by finishing second overall with an outstanding time of 57.54 while Howard Staunton was joint third overall in 59.55.
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Club champion, Rob Dulson, got around the 25 miles in 1.03.07 while Paul Godfrey finished in 1.04.46.