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Kildwick 10 16/04/14

Wednesday just gone saw the first Kildwick 10 mile time trial of 2014.

Yasmine went along but because of the sheer number of riders, she didn’t get a ride!  She though there was at least 60 people turned up to race, which is pretty good going.  Usually 30+ is an exceptional turnout.  Is this a sign of things to come?  Maybe there could be scope for another event on a different day? I don’t know.

Plenty of people who assume were on road bikes, just missing out on going up 24 mins.  So it must have been a reasonable night.

Thanks to Pennine Cycles for posting the results as follows -

Pos Start Number Rider Club Time
1 40 Seth ? 00:21:15
2 23 Matthew Bulmer All Terrain 00:21:43
3 4 Steve Ayres Pennine CC 00:22:04
4 26 Jonny Jones Jedi cycle sport 00:22:24
5 2 Ian Wilcock Nelson Whs 00:22:38
6 8 (Tandem) K Church/J Rigby Jones Ilkley CC 00:23:09
7 25 Tom Andrews Ilkley CC 00:23:19
8 28 Adrian Jones PMMAS? 00:23:21
9 24 Ian Duckworth Nelson Whs CC 00:23:32
10 35 Nigel Austin Otley CC 00:23:45
11 21 Sam Straw ARCC ? 00:23:49
12 19 Mark Allatson Craven Energy 00:23:55
13 22 Bill Belcher Clayton Velo 00:23:59
14 37 Ben Cook Bronte Whs 00:24:04
15 31 Steve Lloyd Skipton CC 00:24:07
16 29 Richard Gate Albarosa CC 00:24:12
17 6 Ben Howe CS Pendle 00:24:19
18 13 Chris Humphries Skipton CC 00:24:26
19 7 Dave Green Bronte Whs 00:24:30
20 12 Adam Holmes Skipton CC 00:24:32
21 20 Ben Greenhough Albarosa CC 00:24:34
22 11 Karl Rutins Skipton CC 00:24:39
23 30 Steve Moorhouse Nelson Whs 00:24:50
24 18 Kevin Hickie Bronte Whs 00:24:58
25 36 Russell marsden Pendle Forest CC 00:25:05
26 10 Iain Vokes Tilley Skipton CC 00:25:16
27 38 Paul complin Pendle Forest CC 00:25:21
28 16 Luke Cater Skipton CC 00:25:38
29 17 Craig Wilson Nelson Whs 00:26:03
30 5 Matthew Pearce Bronte Whs 00:26:04
31 34 Dave Kilmister Bronte Whs 00:26:05
32 14 Andrew Swindles Skipton CC 00:29:06
33 39 ? ? 00:29:16
34 27 Edward Whitaker Skipton CC 00:29:48
35 1 Rebecca Wilkinson Nelson Whs 00:29:54
36 33 Caran Stephenson Skipton CC 00:30:12
37 15 Matt Richardson Skipton CC 00:30:14
38 32 Martin Dixon Skipton CC 00:31:41
3 D Caines Pennine CC DNS
Kildwick 10

Kildwick 10 5/6/2013

photo 1(3)After a few weeks of not riding Yasmine decided it was her turn to ride the Kildwick 10 this week.  After not being sure if she should go or not, she finally decided and ended up coming away with a PB so well done!

 

Anyway the results were as follows -

    1. Jason Bateman – Pendle Forest – 20.58
    2. Peter Barusevicus – VC Bradford – 21.38
    3. Ben Cook – Bronte Wheelers – 22.37
    4. Steve Ayres – VC Bradford – 23.15
    5. A Jones – Dirt Wheels – 23.39
    6. Simon Pickard – Bronte Wheelers – 23.41
    7. Dave Green – Bronte Wheelers – 23.45
    8. Bernie Clayton – Pendle Forrest – 23.50
    9. Steve Lloyd – Bronte Wheelers – 23.51
    10. Mathew Cox – Ilkley CC – 24.06
    11. Jonny Tomes – Ilkley CC – 24.12
    12. Nigel Austin – Otley CC – 24.21
    13. Kevin Hickie – Bronte Wheelers – 24.32
    14. Mathew Pearce – Bronte Wheelers – 24.37
    15. Tim Small – Aire Valley Racing – 25.48
    16. David Peacock – Dirt Wheels – 25.49
    17. Paul Complin – Pendle Forrest – 26.09
    18. Ian Wilcock – Nelson Wheelers – 26.17
    19. Craig Wilson– Nelson Wheelers – 26.41
    20. David Kilmister – Bronte Wheelers – 26.43
    21. Daniel locke – South Craven – 26.53
    22. Tony Shaw – Nelson Wheelers – 27.01
    23. Peter Jagan – Craven Energy – 27.07
    24. Steve Robinson – Craven Energy – 27.18
    25. Heather Sanderson – Bronte Wheelers – 27.46
    26. Hiyasmin Gibson – South Craven – 28.39
    27. Christine Preston – Craven Energy – 28.39
    28. Paul Thomas – Bronte Wheelers – 30.45

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This Mondays Womens Ride

From this Monday the meeting time will be 6.45 setting off at 7pm at Glusburn Institute as usual.

The route is a few mile longer than last week.  Taking in Cononley, Carlton, Skipton, Kildwick and Silsden.  With a few small climbs but nothing major.

If you haven’t been out with us before, please do.  Everyone is welcome.  You don’t have to worry about holding everyone up as the pace is social rather than fast and we have regular regroupings.

Follow the link to see this weeks route -

http://connect.garmin.com/course/3628170

At the top of Cocking Lane

Last nights Thursday ride…

For a change we had decent weather.  Not warm but sunny and dry and plenty of blue sky.  Couldn’t have been much diferent from the week before and that’s no doubt the reason for the record turnout.

As with most of our rides, it started with a climb.  We picked Paul Fitz up at the White Lion in Kildwick and headed up on to the moor.  Before decending through Draugton and riding along the gated road to Bolton Abbey.  Next destination was Ilkley via Nesfield (we’ll save Langbar for another week eh?).

The final real climb up Cocking Lane strung us all out but we hand a regroup at the top and some great photos courtesy of Steve Hannigan.

A great social ride enjoyed by all.  Just what South Craven is all about.

Steven Burke

Kildwick 10 01/05/2013

Great turnout last night.  Great weather, still a bit of wind but i quite like a head wind towards the Little Chef roundabout, it means you absolutley fly on the way back.  I was hoping for a personal best but in the end I was just short.

I was off number one as nobody else likes to go first.  So I was pretty surprised when numer 9 finished not long after me with a time of 19.42!  I was even more surprised to find out is Olympic Gold Medalist Team Pursuiter Steven Burke!

Also great debut ride by 13 year old Alex Barusevicus.

Anyway the results were as follows -

    1. Steven Burke – Node4-Giordana – 19.42
    2. Jason Bateman – Pendle Forest – 21.17
    3. Peter Barusevicus – VC Bradford – 22.25
    4. Chris Sherriffs – Team Leapfrog – 22.43
    5. Mike Marshall – Dirt Wheels – 22.45
    6. Connor Palliser – East Bradford CC – 23.10
    7. Robert Watson – Dirt Wheels – 23.19
    8. Stewart Loben – Strategic Lions – 23.19
    9. Ben Cook – Bronte Wheelers – 23.54
    10. Gary Cockroft – Bronte Wheelers – 23.57
    11. Paul Gibson – South Craven Wheelers – 24.00
    12. Ian Duckworth – Nelson Wheelers – 24.17
    13. Katherine Church – Ilkley CC – 24.27
    14. Steve Ayres – VC Bradford – 24.35
    15. Steve Wilkinson – Nelson Wheelers – 24.43
    16. Neil Rollins – Ilkley CC – 24.44
    17. Dave Green – Bronte Wheelers – 25.13
    18. Tom Hardie – Bronte Wheelers – 25.14
    19. Steve Lloyd –Bronte Wheelers – 25.29
    20. Kevin Hickie – Bronte Wheelers – 25.56
    21. Stephen Moorhouse – Nelson Wheelers – 25.58
    22. Tim Edward – Skipton CC – 25.59
    23. Andrew Lambe – Ilkley CC – 26.01
    24. Karl Rutins – Skipton CC – 26.38
    25. Craig Wilson – Nelson Wheelers – 26.43
    26. John Hampshire – Skipton CC – 26.47
    27. Stuart Banks – Nelson Wheelers – 26.48
    28. Dave Kilmister – Bronte Wheelers – 27.40
    29. Kris Potts – Nelson Wheelers – 28.09
    30. Peter Jagan – Craven Energy – 28.18
    31. Alex Barusevicus – VC Bradford – 29.41
    32. Paul Thomas – Bronte Wheelers – 33.21
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Kildwick 10 22/04/13

A lot better weather than last week, but still a bit of a headwind towards the little chef roundabout.  It was Yasmines first time trial on the Kildwick course and she was the only girl there this week.  Surprising considering it was nearly a full field.  This week it was another Dirt Wheels rider, Peter Barusevicus with the fastest time of 22.26.  Not sure if he was on a timetrial bike I think his time may have been on drops?  If so thats a pretty impressive time.  The results were as follows -

    1. Peter Barusevicus – Dirt Wheels Cycles – 22.26
    2. Connor Palliser – East Bradford – 23.27
    3. Ben Cook – Bronte Wheelers – 23.43
    4. Simon Pickard – Jedi Cyclesport – 23.57
    5. Gary Cockroft – Bronte Wheelers – 24.11
    6. Ian Duckworth – Nelson Wheelers – 24.26
    7. Nigel Austin – Otley CC – 24.38
    8. Adrian Jones – Dirt Wheels Cycles– 24.40
    9. Steve Ayres – VC Bradford – 24.47
    10. Ian Wilcock – Nelson Wheelers – 24.48
    11. Steve Wilkinson – Nelson Wheelers – 24.53
    12. Dave Green – Bronte Wheelers – 24.53
    13. David Ferguson – Clayton Wheelers – 25.22
    14. Ben Howe – Cyclesport Pendle – 25.31
    15. Steve Lloyd – Bronte Wheelers – 25.46
    16. Steve Moorhouse – Nelson Wheelers – 25.57
    17. Kevin Hickie – Bronte Wheelers – 26.06
    18. Bill Belcher – Clayton Wheelers – 26.30
    19. Chris Brouard – Cyclesport Pendle – 27.14
    20. David Kilminster – Bronte Wheelers – 28.08
    21. Joe Greaves – Bronte Wheelers – 28.45
    22. Andy Head – VC Bradford – 29.01
    23. Dan Norman – Bronte Wheelers – 29.07
    24. Adrian Dunbar – Craven Energy – 29.57
    25. Yasmine Gibson – South Craven – 30.46
    26. Paul Thomas – Bronte Wheelers – 33.42
Climbing up West Road from Carleton

Allez Allez Allez

Climbing up West Road from Carleton

Climbing up West Road from Carleton

Last nights ride was a bit of a hilly one but one “enjoyed” by everyone.  As usual we set off from Glusburn Institute and headed off to Kildwick to start our first climb up through Kildwick and over the tops to Draughton.  Once across the A65 it was onwards to Skipton where we we shouted at by passing motorists “Allez Allez Allez!” Makes a change form “*!**!!!” or “get some road tax!”  Most be the Wiggo effect!

Anyway onwards to Carleton to start our penultimate climb of the day, which MapMy Ride lists as a category 3.  It starts off steep out Carleton but eases after the first half a mile.  The Scweelers were strung out with Paul Fitz Leaving us all behind.

The last climb was the drag from Cowling up Dick Lane, past Cowling Pinicle and Lunds Tower before dropping back down the technical descent of West Lane and down to Sutton.  Then back home to Glusburn.

Cheers guys, great ride.

Here’s the route -



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The reamaining 4, on Addingham Moorside - Photo taken by Steve Hannigan

Neil Crashes Out Of Giro…

The reamaining 4, on Addingham Moorside – Photo taken by Steve Hannigan

Record numbers of Scwheelers set off from Glusburn in scorching weather. The bunch was strung out riding over Kildwick, with Sean setting the pace at the front.

On the steep descent down towards Draughton Neils front wheel washed out on some gravel in spectacular fashion, breaking his collarbone in the process! Big thanks to Sean (who rode back to Skipton to get his car) and Nigel for getting him to Airedale. Now we know who gets the stabilizer award. Hopefully you’ll make a quick recovery Neil and be back in time for the Tour.

A nervous bunch takled the rest of the ride, careful to avoid any more gravel episodes.  We considered going up Langbar but it was decided it was getting late… Another week perhaps.