Kettering Cycling Club

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Andy Parker - One Day Ahead 2017 challenge
08/06/2017

Cyclones Spring Dates 2017- (Updated 11/05/2017)
27/03/2017

Round three of the Youth races at Milton Keynes
27/03/2017

The Cyclones Winter Dates 2017 - ammended 30th Jan 2017
30/01/2017

Round 15 Central League Cyclocross - Misterton Madness - Welland Valley CC
30/01/2017

Round 14 Central Cyclocross League - Corley Cycles - MK Bowl
22/01/2017

Round 13 - Central League Cyclocross
19/01/2017

Welland Valley CC Boxing Day TT
30/12/2016

2016 Kettering CC Awards dinner.
11/12/2016

Bob's Funeral
11/12/2016

In Memoriam - Club President Bob HIll
07/12/2016

Central Cyclocross League - 20th November, Prologis Park, Kettering.
25/11/2016

Cycling Weekly to join KCC on the sunday club ride
14/11/2016

The Cyclones Cause a Storm at Leighton Buzzard!
17/10/2016

11-09-16 Neville Holt Inter Club Hill Climb
16/09/2016

11-09-16 Hirwuan Port Talbot Wheelers 25M TT
16/09/2016

10-09-16 Hull SSLL RT 10 M TT
16/09/2016

23-08-16 45RC 9.4M TT
11/09/2016

01-09-16 Old 9.4M TT
11/09/2016

28-08-16 Team Swift Hull 10M TT
11/09/2016

18-08-16 Old 9.4M TT
11/09/2016

21-08-16 Duston Planet X/Autism Concern 2 Up 20 M TT
11/09/2016

25-08-16 Old 9.4M TT
11/09/2016

18-08-16 Old 9.4M TT

The penultimate visit to the 9.4 mile Old TT course was held on Thursday night. 27 riders which is one of the best entries of the year were greeted with a very low easterly wing, giving a slight push along the Mawsley to Foxhall section.
Gavin Hinxman took the overall win with a 20.30 a new course PB and only 11 seconds from the course record, fingers crossed for next week. The battle for second was only split by 5 seconds with David Robinson finishing with a 22.05 beating Tony Brown into 3rd with a 22.10. Fastest road bike was Will Philips with a 23.44. Sue Rust was fastest lady with a 24.18 setting a new course PB in the process, Sue narrowly beat 3rd place championship rivals Martin Keable and Jon Thorne, Martin with a 24.24 whilst Jon recorded a 24.30. Fastest junior was Maria Gent with a 28.55. Also recording course PB's were Adrian Gorham with a 25.28 and James Cook who achieved his target of dipping into the 22's knocking 21 seconds of his previous PB with a 22.45.
Gavin Hinxman (TT) 20.30
David Robinson (TT) 22.05
Tony Brown (TT) 22.10
James Cook (TT) 22.45
Andy Fairley (TT) 23.03
Will Philips (Road) 23.44
Adi Clark (TT) 24.10
Sue Rust (TT) 24.18
Martin Keable (TT) 24.24
Jon Thorne (TT) 24.30
Chris Old (TT) 25.07
Tim Cooke (TT) 25.18
Paul Sturgess (Road) 25.25
Adrian Gorham (TT) 25.28
Marcus Buksh (TT) 25.30
Eddy Clutton (TT) 25.38
Jerome Smith (Road) 26.34
Alan Spencer (TT) 26.46
Sue Davys (TT) 28.05
Maria Gent (TT, Junior) 28.55
Mike O�Conner (Road) 29.13
Mick Wood (TT) 32.45
Bernard Smith (TT) 37.03

Mick Hodson (TT, St Ives CC) 21.02
Graham Dolby (TT, Equip Velo) 21.55
Kev Hardwick (TT, Arbis) 22.38
Eddie Smith (Road, Baines Racing) 24.20

11/09/2016

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