Updated 10 August 2005


30 July 2006 - Fred Peachey Open 25 mile Time Trial

31 July 2005 - Fred Peachey Open 25 mile Time Trial

12 June 2005 - Club 25

Hill Climb - Titsey Hill 10 October 2004

1 MATT GOODES 2:08.29
2 ALAN MALE 2:36.11
4 JAMES KING 2:50.27
5 TERRY DEELEY 5:05.07


Club Track Championships Herne Hill 12 September 2004

A windy but dry day met the Bec, Addiscombe & De Laune for a pleasant afternoon of racing marred only by a crash in the last event (only track rash...)

Good to see we had 4 juniors contest all the events.

Nathan is wearing a white helmet, Edward a red helmet. The two at the back are James and Sam who steadily rolled to the line having lost the leaders.

Junior Sprint 500m
1 Nathan Palmer 15.09
2 Edward Bond  
3 James King  
4 Sam Fensterheim  
Senior Sprint 500m Heat 1
1 Ross Fryer 14.93
2 Bill Wright  
3 Dave Haggart  
Senior Sprint 500m Heat 2
1 Cliff Steele 14.05
2 Jeremy White  
Senior Sprint 500m Final
1 Bill Wright 16.04
2 Cliff Steele  
3 Jeremy White  
5 lap Pursuit
1 Peter Jenn 03:12.6
2 Nathan Palmer 03:22.6
3 Ross Fryer 03:27.7
4 Edward Bond 03:28.8
5 James King 03:28.9
6 Dave Haggart 03:32.1
7 Bill Wright 03:32.9
8 Sam Fensterheim 03:33.7
9 Cliff Steele 03:34.9
5 Mile (17 laps)
1 Bill Wright  
2 Nathan Palmer  
3 Ross Fryer  
4 Sam Fensterheim  

OMA 10 - 11 September 2004

Club 25 Championship - 13 June 2004

Event run on G25/53 (Broadbridge Heath) starting at 8.26

1st Dave Haggart 1.01:55
2nd John O'Brien 1.04:48
3rd Rupert Walsh 1.06:36
4th Howard Coulson 1.09:29
5th Sam Baxendale 1.13:59
6th Ted Wixon 1.15:09 (Worthing Exelsior)
7th Geoff Heaton 1.18:49
8th Harry Corbett 1.23:19
9th Tops Kemal 1.27:49
DNF Pete Jenn (puncture)

Pete Jenn had already ridden a 25 that morning with his 2nd-claim club, Redmon CC, in 1.03:something, on a 90" fixed, on the same course. Don't suppose that can count technically - though it probably should!

Autumn 25 - Holmwood - 14 September 2003

Won by Nick Butler a week after finishing 3rd in the OMA.  A beautiful morning and three new riders... first-timers were/are Triathletes and enjoyed themselves immensely.  They are now looking forward to next season.  Hopefully they will take part in the up-hill and the down-hill that way they will experience the full range of activities!


Nick Butler on his way to first place Dave Haggart ended up 2nd
Terry Deeley was 3rd Rupert Walsh enjoyed his 4th place
'Harry' Corbett was 5th Andy Simpson went the long way round..,


Nick Butler 1:05:18
Dave Haggart 1:07:26
Terry Deeley 1:15:24
Rupert Walsh 1:16:49
'Harry' Corbett 1:25:26
Andy Simpson 1:34:32

OMA '10' - Holmwood - 7 September 2003

Good to see Clif over from his home in France - he came just for the race!

A fine ride by Nick in his first ever Time Trial to pick up 3rd place on time.  Alan wins the OMA on Age Standard by 10 sec from Pete.  Nice morning, nice people, nice breakfast at the Little Chef....


Pos Name Time Age Standard Pos
1 Matt Goodes 22:47 +1:15 6
2 Pete Jenn 24:26 +5:08 2
3 Nick Butler 24:40    
4 David Haggart 25:18 +2:41 4
5 Alan Rowe 25:27 +5:18 1
6 Malc Adams 27:11 +3:34 3
7 Len Double 27:17 +0:03 8
8 Clif Pendleton 28:35 +1:27 5
9 Terry Deeley 28:51 +0:57 7
Sydenham Wheelers
1 Paul Bellamy 24:34    
2 Akastair Rutherford 24:52    
3 Michael Mollineaux 27:36    
4 Bob Loader 28:37    

Manchester, September 2003

Men's Age Group 65 plus years -- Sprint Roland Crayford went one better than his Silver of twenty four hours earlier when he proved to have too much speed for his rivals in the Sprint Competition. Crayford crossed the line ahead of Keith Harrison of the USA, and Britain's Brian Dacey, who collected Silver and Bronze respectively. Harrison, winner of all four titles on the 65-69 age group two years ago, also collected the winners jersey in the 70 plus category.
1. Roland Crayford Great Britain
2. Keith Harrison USA
3. Brian Dacey Great Britain

Men's Age Group 65 plus years -- Individual Pursuit Brian Dacey won Gold in the 200m pursuit taking the lead with first ever 1 lap. In this all British final, Roland Crayford was the fastest qualifier recording 2m 36.902, 0.181 faster than Dacey. Dacey, a member of the London based De Laune club, saved his best till last taking the title with a time of 2m 36.487, finishing 1.690 seconds ahead of the Kent based San Fairy Ann club. Ireland's Richard Keller collected his second Bronze with a time of 2m 48.173 seconds.
1. Brian Dacey Great Britain
2. Roland Crayford Great Britain
3. Richard Keller Ireland

Men's Age Group 65 years plus Points Race Brian Dacey of Great Britain, collected his second gold medal when he out sprinted his rivals to win the 10 kilometre Points Race. Dacey a member of the London based De Laune CC, gained 14 points to finish two points ahead of fell Brit Roland Crayford. Bronze went to Keith Harrison of the USA. Dacey's previous title victory came in the 2,000m Pursuit. His win in the Points completed a hat trick for Dacey as he also collected bronze in the Sprint. Crayford went one better with four medals his others were gold in the Sprint and silvers in the Time Trial and Pursuit. Harrison's bronze was also his fourth but two came in the 70 plus category where he won both the Sprint and Pursuit. The American was also second in the Sprint in this category.
1. Brian Dacey Great Britain
2. Roland Crayford Great Britain
3. Keith Harrison USA


RESULT OF EVENT 1 - 34 NOMADS 'HILLY' 12.2 miles on 5th APRIL 2003 ON COURSE GS/310 IDE HILL

Pos. Name Club Time Points 
1 Mat Lucas Sydenham Whls 33.44 10 
2 Dave Twin Sydenham Whls 34.30 9 
3 Richard Hallett Sydenham Whls 35.22 8 
4 Robert Royston Sydenham Whls 35.33 7 
5 Alastair Rutherford Sydenham Whls 35.55 6 
6 Andy Kay Sydenham Whls 36.25 5 
7 Richard Hill Sydenham Whls 36.54 4 
8 George Knight Sydenham Whls 40.39 3 
9 D Mulford Sydenham Whls 41.28 2 
10 Paddy Bowe 34 Nomads 44.37 1 (Off course?) 
11 Duncan Leith 34 Nomads 45.32 1 
12 Les Clarke 34 Nomads 48.02 1

There were 3 private rides; M Cope 36.33 Ian Soper 39.03 J Dahdi 41.25

Sydenham 74 
Nomads 3

Next Inter Club: Wed 21st May - Catford CC 9 miles QS/30 Green St Green circuit 19.00 hrs.
Contact Dave Marshall on 01689 857402

22 February 2003 - FYI - Eastway 
The season is underway, hoorah! Danny (on left), racing in the main event, showing his excellent form driving a 4 man break. For company Hoy (eventual winner), Baker and Andrews, unfortunately Danny pulled out suffering the effects of flu. With next weeks Simon Hook part of the BCF circuit series it will be good to see Danny performing again, with a good chance of a top 10 judging by Saturdays race.

I'm on the right in the support race, nice bike finished building it that morning. This was taken as I was trying to bridge the gap to a break with 5 laps to go. Managed to just get on to the leader but my lack of recent training paid its penalty as I could not sustain it for long and dropped back into the bunch with 2 laps to go. After a reasonable sprint managed 11th overall. After not racing all of last year with my broken leg pretty pleased with the result. Suffered yesterday training with James Lett so have decided to pull out of the Simon Hook, concentrating instead on the Wally Gimber.

Race Entries March:
Simon Hook, 1st March: Danny Rudd. (up against Tanner and co) 
Wally Gimber 2nd March: Danny Rudd, James Peckham and James Lett. 
Sat 15th Surrey League Tandridge: James Peckham, Craig Porter. 
Sun 16th SERRL Brenchley: Danny Rudd, Craig Porter, James Peckham and James Lett. 
Sun 23rd SERRL Bennenden; Danny Rudd, Craig Porter, James Peckham, James Lett, Ross Fryer and Steve Price.

Regards, James Peckham


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