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Evening 10
30-06-2016 at 19:30 - Q10/29 - East Peckham (Sydenham).

Evening 10
07-07-2016 at 19:30 - Q10/27 - Brands Hatch (7 Oaks).

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12-07-2016 at 19:30 - G10/38 - Sundridge (Sydenham).

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Evening 10
09-06-2016 - Q10/29 - East Peckham (GS Avanti) -> Result

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02-06-2016 - QS/30 - Cudham (Sydenham) -> Result

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26-05-2016 - Q10/29 - East Peckham (7 Oaks) -> Result

Inter-Club Points Summary

Sevenoaks Tri-Club - 221
Sydenham Wheelers CC - 206
GS Avanti - 195


Latest News

VTTA (Kent) 25 on Q25/8 course 19/06/2016 - posted 20-06-2016
Steve Thurgood and David Twin once again headed off to ride the Molash course to try and improve on previous attempts this year. Thanks to warmer and less windy conditions both came out with positive results. Steve finishing with 1.02.29 (25th on scratch and on vet standard) and Dave with a 1.02.41 (26th on scratch and 18th on vet standard). As per previous Kent events the winner was Chris Fennel of Thanet Road Club in a course record of 50.21.

KCA 50 on the Q50/11 course 05/06/2016 - posted 07-06-2016
There was fog as Steve Thurgood and Dave Twin headed down to their crazy early starts for this nominated event for the Novis Cup. Thankfully for the riders the conditions down on Romney Marsh were still and sunny. The other club rider down to start was Robert Royston but he was a DNS. Steve was first man off at 6.01 and Dave was fourth at 6.04. The first lap was not to bad but both found the second lap hard work due to the increasing wind which made the final section straight into it very hard. Steve finished with 2.12.42 (28th) and Dave with 2.10.55 (27th) to take the silverware. 2nd claim member Ben Wimpory did a 1.53.06 (5th) and the winner was Christopher Fennel of Thanet Road Club who set a course record of 1.45.36.

Bigfoot CC 25 on Q25/8 (Molash) Sun 29th May - posted 06-06-2016
Despite it being a bright morning when leaving home what greeted the riders at the HQ was like sea mist with strong winds. These winds made the Chilham fork to Ashford section very fast, but the return leg very hard. Dave Twin, the sole first claim representative found it hard going at this point finishing with a disappointing 1.04.35 (69th). Others found the conditions easier including second claim member Mark Newton who finished in 56.54 (13th) and the overall winner Christopher Fennell, Thanet R.C. with 51.16.