CLUB KIT OPEN FOR ORDERS

Order Now for New Club Kit

With the hopeful resumption of Club cycling just around the corner, we are opening the books for new Club Kit orders.

If you would like to order any items, please email Nick Richens on clubkit@vcventa.co.uk. Please note, new orders will be at Kalas prevailing prices at time of delivery.

In the meantime, we do also have a range of kit in stock in hand, see list below and current pricing. Again, please email Nick on clubkit@vcventa.co.uk to order.

Please refer to the Kalas Sizing Guide before ordering.

Description M/F Size Quantity (current)  Sale Price
Short Sleeve Jersey (Elite)
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 1 2  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 2 3  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 3 2  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 4 7  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 5 0  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 6 4  £       50.00
Short Sleeve Jersey (Elite, sponsor logos)
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 2 1  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 3 1  £       50.00
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/MEN Men 4 1  £       50.00
Short Sleeve Jersey (Elite)
Jersey S/S ELITE 09/Spinn/Women Women 3 1  £       50.00
Long Sleeve Jersey (Flanders)
Jersey L/S ELITE 22/Flanders/MEN Men 2 1  £       63.00
Jersey L/S ELITE 22/Flanders/MEN Men 3 1  £       63.00
Jersey L/S ELITE 22/Flanders/MEN Men 4 4  £       63.00
Jersey L/S ELITE 22/Flanders/MEN Men 5 2  £       63.00
Jersey L/S ELITE 22/Flanders/MEN Men 6 0  £       63.00
Bib Shorts (Elite)
Bib shorts ELITE 60/Lycra Power/MEN Men 2 5  £       70.00
Bib shorts ELITE 60/Lycra Power/MEN Men 3 2  £       70.00
Bib shorts ELITE 60/Lycra Power/MEN Men 4 4  £       70.00
Bib shorts ELITE 60/Lycra Power/MEN Men 5 5  £       70.00
Bib Shorts (Goffrato)
Bib shorts PRO 13 | Goffrato Men 4 1  £    120.00
Gilet (Mission Light)
Gilet ELITE 05/W&W Mission Light/MEN Men 4 1  £       74.00
Gilet ELITE 05/W&W Mission Light/MEN Men 6 2  £       74.00
Caps
Summer cap ACTIVE 01 | PES X4 uni 54 – 57 4  £       15.00
Summer cap ACTIVE 01 | PES X4 uni 57 – 60 1  £       15.00
Arm Warmers
Cycling ARM warmers ACTIVE 04 | Lycra uni 2  – 3 3  £       16.00
Cycling ARM warmers ACTIVE 04 | Lycra uni 4  – 5 5  £       16.00
Gloves
Summer gloves PRO 15/Lycra Uni 7 2  £       16.00
Summer gloves PRO 15/Lycra Uni 8 4  £       16.00
Summer gloves PRO 15/Lycra Uni 9 3  £       16.00
Summer gloves PRO 15/Lycra Uni 10 2  £       16.00
Kids Short Sleeve Jersey (Devan)
Jersey S/S ACTIVE 04/Devan/JUNIOR Kids 110 8  £       28.00
Jersey S/S ACTIVE 04/Devan/JUNIOR Kids 122 5  £       28.00
Jersey S/S ACTIVE 04/Devan/JUNIOR Kids 134 5  £       28.00
Jersey S/S ACTIVE 04/Devan/JUNIOR Kids 146 5  £       28.00
Jersey S/S ACTIVE 04/Devan/JUNIOR Kids 158 5  £       28.00


JULY SEGMENT OF THE MONTH

July 2020 Strava Segment of the Month

For July, with the good news that the club has received confirmation we can continue with the SoTM challenge, we return to a shorter and punchier segment.

This month you start in the middle of Wherwell Village, as you approach from the East along the B3048, travelling Westbound past the war memorial on your left.

The road climbs gently and curves to the right along the High Street before you take a quick left-right past the White Lion Inn on your left, as the road kicks up steeply. Press on along the B3420 as you continue to climb towards the sharp right-hand hairpin that is the stand out feature of this half mile segment.

Take the hairpin cautiously, resisting the temptation to cut the corner and cross into oncoming traffic, as you pace your effort carefully, ahead of the final kick. The road continues to climb and then curves to the left, before emerging from the tree line as the gradient begins to level out.

The finish line beckons as you put in your best sprint effort, glancing across to the opposite side of the road to see the back of the triangular road sign that marks the segment end.

Please remember to stick to the current rules around social distancing and responsible riding.

The link to the segment is here: https://www.strava.com/segments/24667303


2020 SUMMER TIME TRIALS RESUME FROM 29 JULY

Summer Time Trials Resume from 29 July

The Club’ 10 mile Time Trial programme gets back on track from 29 July following the latest changes to government guidelines regarding Covid-19, subject to sign-off from CTT.

All going to plan, the remaining 3 dates of the season will go ahead using the Candovers (HCC283) course, and Kingsworthy (P751) course.

The club is currently assessing the measures needed to ensure safety and we would like to hear from members who are able to volunteer to help on the day.

Find out more & how you can help

Summer 2020 Time Trial Dates & Courses

Wednesday, 29th July – Course HCC283 – Candover Valley

Wednesday, 19th August – Course P751 – Kingsworthy


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JUNE STRAVA SEGMENT RESULTS & OVERALL GC POSITIONS

June 2020 Results and Overall GC Positions

June saw the welcome arrival of the Queen stage for this year’s Segment of The Month challenge. Double points were on offer and this supercharged the ferocity of the competition between riders. A number of very impressive efforts were made, over what is without doubt the longest and toughest segment the year has to offer.

Unfortunately, it was necessary to temporarily suspend our VCV SoTM challenge for the latter part of June, whilst the club investigated potential insurance issues that were happily resolved in due course.

In the women’s competition Jools May and Izzy Wild were inseparable, both remarkably setting an identical and quick time of 16:03 to share first place honours.  Nici Ferguson took third place with Vanda Kyselicova and Joanne Clarke also putting in solid efforts over this longest stage of the year.

In the men’s competition, there were a number of impressive times set under the quarter of an hour benchmark. Ben Gibbs reigned supreme yet again, setting a winning time of 13:13. He was closely followed by James Cocker with a time of 13:34 and Philip Hurst Jr closed out the top three within a few seconds of James, with a time of 13:49.

The men’s competition KoM time of 11:59 was not troubled, however Jools and Izzy both came tantalisingly close to the Women’s KoM time of 15:44.

In the Women’s GC competition, Izzy Wild continues to hold first place with a massive 102 points. In second place is Jools May, who has provided Izzy with some fierce competition in the last two months on 45 points. A hair’s breadth behind in third place is Nici Ferguson, just one point separating her from Jools, sitting on 44 points.

In the men’s GC the same three competitors have continued to lock-out the top three places. In first place is Ben Gibbs on 92 points. Second place is held by James Cocker on 77 points. Closing out third place at the moment is Christopher Purver, who with 61 points, is a clear 23 points ahead of the 4th placed rider.

Please note, if you want to continue competing in this year’s challenge, you will need to re-join the new Strava club for this purpose. https://www.strava.com/clubs/698079

Results for June 2020 Segment

MEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Ben Gibbs 13:13 30
2 James Cocker 13:34 24
3 Philip Hurst Jr 13:49 20
4 Christopher Purver 14:38 16
5 James Locke 14:40 12
6 Daniel Mahony 15:00 10
7 Martin Evans 15:03 8
8 Jim Cascerini 15:17 6
9 Andy Watkins 16:14 4
10 Jack Broadfoot 16:32 2

WOMEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Jools May 16:03 30
2 Izzy Wild 16:03 24
3 Nici Ferguson 19:40 20
4 Vanda Kyselicova 20:29 16
5 Joanne Clarke 23:24 12

Current 2020 Segment Challenge GC Position and Ranking

MENS GC

Position Name Points
1 Ben Gibbs 92
2 James Cocker 77
3 Christopher Purver 61
4 Jim Cascarini 38
5 Martin Evans 30
6 Daniel Mahony 29
7 James Locke 24
8 Philip Hurst Jr 21
9 Pawel Niewiadomy 16
10 Ryan Seed 15
11 Andy Watkins 13
12 Dave Morris 12
13 TV 12
14 Chris Hughes 9
15 Philip Allen 8
16 Richard Smith 5
17 Jack Broadfoot 4
18 Raf Izak 4
19 Adrian Baxter 3

WOMENS GC

Position Name Points
1 Izzy Wild 102
2 Jools May 45
3 Nici Ferguson 44
4 Vanda Kyselicova 16
5 Joanne Clarke 12


CHASE THE SUN ALTERNATIVE MID-SUMMER CYCLE

Chase The Sun Alternative Mid-Summer Cycle

Your alternative Chase the Sun mid-summer’s 2020 cycle challenge

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the regular Chase the Sun rides are cancelled this year. However the organisers couldn’t resist coming up with an fun alternative challenge for you, to get you all out riding on the year’s longest day.

Introducing Chase the Sun BINGO – it’s just a bit of fun, open to all – we hope you will join in!

How it Works

1) Using this link https://mailchi.mp/104abe560a5f/chase-the-sun-2020-bingo-challenge download the Bingo card using the button at the bottom

2) Plan your own route, around your local landmarks (similar to those prescribed)

3) Get on your bike, head out for a ride on the longest day.* Enjoy, and Share!

*ride individually or in appropriate small groups, heeding relevant COVID advice

Chase the Sun BINGO Challenge 2020
Ride on Sat / Sun 20th / 21st June

Details

All the key information is included on the bingo card, but a few notes here for clarity:

OPEN TO ALL: No need to be fit, or fast. Choose your own route and distance.

LOCATION: Ride wherever you are in the world. A bit of map exploring and research to find relevant landmarks in your local area is all part of the challenge.

BE SMART: Use creative interpretation to find similar landmarks in your area.

NON-COMPETITIVE: No requirement to tick all the boxes. No winners, no prizes. It’s just a bit of fun, to ride and share experiences. Just like the CTS ethos.

SHARE: The important bit. We want to hear how you get on! Share a photo from your ride, and tell us your favourite moment.

“Chase the Sun Bingo is an alternative navigational, motivational and physical cycling challenge, to explore on the longest day via two wheels. Hope you enjoy! “

Olly – CTS founder

We hope you will all get involved, and take the opportunity to get out for a short or long ride on your bikes over the longest weekend, to see what you can find, and share a moment with the CTS community. Please also help us spread the word and share the challenge idea with other cyclists you know.

Happy Cycling,

Olly, Phil & the CTS team


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MAY STRAVA SEGMENT RESULTS & OVERALL GC POSITIONS

May 2020 Results and Overall GC Position

May’s passing marks the midpoint of this year’s segment of the month competition.

The continued good weather and longer evenings probably contributed to a notable increase in the number of attempts by competing riders to best each other’s times over the May segment.

In the women’s competition Jools May set a blistering and unbeatable time of 3:54 for first place, taking the QoM with it, by an impressive margin. Women’s GC leader, Izzy Wild, took second with a time of 4:28, closely followed by Nici Ferguson at 4:38.

On the women’s GC leader-board Izzy continues to hold first position with a heady 72 points, and whilst it is still mathematically possible for her to be caught, it will take a consistently strong effort by one of the other riders over the second half of this year’s competition, to reel her back in.

In the men’s competition, the running was extremely close with many riders taking a number of attempts in order to improve their own times over the course of the month.

First place honours were shared between James Cocker and Ben Gibbs who also now share the impressive new KoM time of 3:37. Christopher Purver sealed third place with a time of 03:45. Incredibly, only 20 seconds covered the remaining 7 places in the top 10, showing clearly how tight the competition was this month.

In the men’s GC the top four places remain the same, with Ben Gibbs maintaining a 9-point lead over James Cocker. Christopher Purver is still in touch on 45 points, whilst the reminder of the men’s field saw some minor changes in placing.

June’s Queen segment is the longest of the competition for 2020 and will provide a stern test for the competing riders with around four and a half miles of climbing and rolling terrain to contend with.

Also, with double points available this month there is a huge opportunity for some riders to leave their mark and leapfrog others in the rankings, or close any gaps considerably.

Click the link here to view June’s segment: https://www.strava.com/segments/24232271

Results for May 2020 Segment

MEN

Position Name Time Points
1 James Cocker 03:37 15
2 Ben Gibbs 03:37 15
3 Christopher Purver 03:45 10
4 James Locke 03:48 8
5 Jim Cascerini 03:49 6
6 Pawel Niewiadomy 03:51 5
7 Daniel Mahony 03:53 4
8 Philip Allen 03:59 3
9 Jack Broadfoot 04:01 2
10 Philip Hurst Jr 04:05 1

WOMEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Jools May 03:54 15
2 Izzy Wild 04:28 12
3 Nici Ferguson 04:38 10

Current 2020 Segment Challenge GC Position and Ranking

MEN

Position Name Points
1 Ben Gibbs 62
2 James Cocker 53
3 Christopher Purver 45
4 Jim Cascarini 32
5 Martin Evans 22
6 Daniel Mahony 19
7 Pawel Niewiadomy 16
8 Ryan Seed 15
9 Dave Morris 12
10 TV 12
11 James Locke 12
12 Andy Watkins 9
13 Chris Hughes 9
14 Richard Smith 5
15 Philip Allen 8
16 Raf Izak 4
17 Adrian Bazter 3
18 Jack Broadfoot 2
19 Philip Hurst Jr 1

WOMEN

Position Name Points
1 Izzy Wild 72
2 Nici Ferguson 22
3 Jools May 15


JUNE SEGMENT OF THE MONTH

June 2020 Segment of the Month

June’s arrival brings with it the advent of some expected good riding weather and also introduces this year’s ‘Queen’ stage for our VCV segment of the month challenge.

The Queen stage for this year’s challenge will be the longest and most demanding the competition has to offer in 2020. Set along just-over four and a half miles of what must be considered one of our local ‘iconic’ routes, this segment has been frequently ridden and hotly contested over the years, offering a true test of your overall fitness.

As properly befits the Queen stage of our challenge, double points are on offer this month, so be sure to make your best effort count.

Perhaps principally suited to the fast climbers amongst us, this month’s segment also offers ample opportunity for those of you who have the enviable all-round abilities of a ‘Rouleur’.

The segment begins a few feet into the initial hill section of Hayden Lane, as you leave the village of Warnford behind you. This first section is steep, rising to 15% in places and you will need to carefully temper your initial effort to avoid blowing up before the challenge has properly started.

Cresting the first rise brings welcome relief as the road pitches down and then takes a quick left-right twist, crossing the old disused Meon Line railway. Be extra vigilant for any oncoming traffic at this point.

The main climb then begins with an initial short ramp followed by a progressive and not too steep push up towards the point where Hayden Lane is met by Old Winchester Hill Lane on your left. Pacing this section effectively will be an important part of any successful attempt, needing to be hard enough to set a good tempo, but measured enough to leave sufficient in the tank for the remaining road ahead.

Take advantage of a brief respite, as you press on along the false flat that takes you across the ridge of Old Winch hill, before another shorter climb, thankfully with less gradient, that leads to your exit from the wooded section. You then push on over the final peak that marks the approximate halfway point in distance, with over 70% of the climbing now behind you.

The second half of this Queen stage brings with it more rolling terrain, and requires a different approach to power, as you take the initial downhill to recover and then aim to build speed and momentum, before facing a short and fairly gentle ramp that rolls on into the long and undulating road ahead. Midway you will pass the triangle junction with Coombe hill dropping to your left and the road over to Chidden and Stoke Wood on your right.

At this point the lactate will be building nicely, as you join the Droxford road, carrying on ahead up another gentle ramp, then following the much-needed descent that curves to your left just before the final section.

You must build all the speed you can to help carry you up the final ascent that is steeper than it looks, with the view of the Meon Valley to your left, as you then enter the wooded area with farm buildings on both sides.

This point signposts the last few hundred meters of the segment and the relatively flat final section will no doubt require an out of the saddle sprint effort to take you to the finish line, which is marked by the small layby on your left, just at the start of the downhill that will eventually take you to the junction with the East Meon road.

If any rider can win this Queen stage segment, and in doing so take the KoM or QoM, they will be a worthy winner indeed.

Although there are some welcome signs that the Lockdown is easing, please remember to adhere to whatever the prevailing rules are around social distancing and responsible riding.

The link to the segment is here: https://www.strava.com/segments/24232271

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PAUL DOUBLE MAKES ETNA KOM ATTEMPT

Paul attempts to take the KOM on Mt Etna

VC Venta member Paul Double has been keeping busy during the lockdown in Italy, where he’s based with his race team, Zappi Holdsworth Racing.

Last weekend he attempted to take the Strava KOM on Mount Etna, riding from Nicolosi to the summit of Etna. There’s some controversy over whether he took the crown or not, but nevertheless finished in a time of 47:25, taking over 30 seconds out of Fausto Masnada!

You can watch Paul’s video of the event and subscribe for further updates: https://youtu.be/Ba4sjDysYj0.

An amazing effort Paul and congratulations from your friends in Winchester!


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APRIL STRAVA SEGMENT RESULTS & OVERALL GC POSITIONS

April 2020 Strava Segment Results & Overall GC Position

Happily, April’s weather was markedly improved compared to the start of 2020. Perhaps also helped by the Lockdown, this month saw a bumper number of attempts on our SoTM challenge. As predicted, this ‘Sprinters’ segment saw some very close running and a number of riders achieved times that were inseparable.

In the men’s competition, raw power was dominant, with Ryan Seed taking the first place along with the KoM, in an impressive time of 25s. This time stood alone, ahead of the remainder of the pack, being achieved with an impressive average power of 972w.

Second place went to ‘T V’ with a creditable 26s, so fast in fact he has no time for a full name! Rounding out joint third place, were Daniel Mahony, Dave Morris and Martin Evans, all posting a 27s best time respectively.

The consequential points allocations have made some difference to the bottom half of the men’s GC leader-board but the top five places remain the same, although things are now somewhat tighter.

In the women’s competition Izzy Wild took her fourth consecutive win, also owning the QoM in the process, with a time of 31s. Izzy was not alone this month, with Nici Ferguson and Helen Armour joining her on the leader-board. Nici took second place also achieving an all-time second place time of 32s in the process. Helen took third with a time of 39s.

In the women’s GC competition, Izzy now leads the table with what must surely be a guaranteed overall winning position, with a massive 60 points. Can Nici challenge Izzy’s dominance over the remaining segments this year?

May’s ‘Bullington Beast’ segment is suited to the ‘Puncheurs’ amongst us, so take a short ride out to Sutton Scotney and see if you can lay down a good time over the one and a half mile challenge.

Click the link here to view May’s segment: https://www.strava.com/segments/23701086

Results for March 2020 Segment

MEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Ryan Seed 25s 15
2 TV 26s 12
3 Daniel Mahony 27s 10
4 Dave Morris 27s 10
5 Martin Evans 27s 10
6 Pawel Niewiadomy 28s 5
7 James Cocker 28s 5
7 Christopher Purver 28s 5
9 Ben Gibbs 28s 5
10 Philip Allen 28s 5

WOMEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Izzy Wild 31s 15
2 Nici Ferguson 32s 12
3 Helen Armour 39s 10

Current 2020 Segment Challenge GC Position and Ranking

MEN’S GC

Position Name Points
1 Ben Gibbs 47
2 James Cocker 38
3 Christopher Purver 35
4 Jim Cascarini 26
5 Martin Evans 22
6 Daniel Mahony 15
7 Ryan Seed 15
8 Dave Morris 12
9 TV 12
10 Pawel Niewiadomy 11
11 Andy Watkins 9
12 Chris Hughes 9
13 Richard Smith 5
14 Philip Allen 5
15 Raf Izak 4
16 James Locke 4
17 Adrian Baxter 3

WOMEN’S GC

Position Name Points
1 Izzy Wild 60
2 Nici Ferguson 12
3 Helen Armour 10


MAY SEGMENT OF THE MONTH

May Segment of the Month

May is here, and having been spoilt with a long-awaited spell of good weather in April, we are hoping for more of the same as Spring melts into Summer.

With the Lockdown showing no sign ending any time soon, please remember to adhere to the rules around social distancing and responsible riding in line with the Government guidance for daily outdoor exercise.

May’s segment is a Puncheur’s delight, relatively short in length with rolling terrain and a couple of steep kicks to keep you honest and (probably) out of the saddle. Expect to be pushing hard for the entire segment if you want to feature at the top end of the leader-board.

The segment begins just past the turnoff from the A30 on Bullington Lane. You push on under the A34 and then almost immediately pass under the old Winchester to Andover railway line viaduct, then taking on the first short incline that passes the picturesque St. Michael’s church on the right.

Take time to catch your breath on the brief downhill, before a short false flat. Then begin the longer rolling incline that sees the segment eventually end as you crest the peak of the final hill, which marks the descent into Barton Stacey village and a chance to recover and reflect on your effort.

The link to the segment is here: https://www.strava.com/segments/23701086

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APRIL SEGMENT OF THE MONTH

April Segment of the Month

April is upon us and with the ‘lockdown’ in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we all need to remain mindful of the rules around social distancing and responsible riding in line with the Government guidance for daily outdoor exercise.

This month’s segment is one for the Sprinters. A sub 1-minute effort that will challenge you to (safely) push the limits of your power. Outright Watts will come into play more that Watts / Kg would do on a climb, so make sure your legs are fresh for this effort.

With safety in mind please pay special attention to the rules of the road, remembering to be safe and vigilant when riding this segment. It has been selected specifically to allow good line of sight for traffic, pedestrians and other unanticipated obstructions, whilst also giving plenty of ‘run off’ afterwards to avoid the need to come to a stop abruptly.

The segment begins by the telegraph pole on the Old Stoke Road heading towards Stoke Charity, just past the cluster of farm buildings on your right. You approach the segment from the South, having the opportunity to build up some entry speed on the straight that passes the farm buildings.

Push on down the slight downhill ramp and then apply maximum effort to carry you along the slightly false flat that brings you to the segment end, which is marked by the small iron gate on your left, which is parallel to a row of trees and also just at the foot of the next rolling small ramp that leads the road on into Stoke Charity village.

The link to the segment is here: https://www.strava.com/segments/23241028

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April Segment of the Month

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MARCH STRAVA SEGMENT RESULTS & GC POSITIONS

March 2020 Results and Overall GC Position

March happily saw an easing of the rain that has plagued us at the start of this year. Notwithstanding the ‘lockdown’ caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, some great efforts were put in for this month’s ‘Salt Lane to Beauworth bash’ segment.

This challenging TT segment saw the men’s competition really light up. James Cocker took first position with a new KoM of 06:09, pushing Ben Gibbs into a close second place. Jim Cascerini took third just ahead of Christopher Purver. These same four VCV members have locked out the top four positions for two consecutive months. Can anyone else challenge their dominance?

In the women’s competition Izzy Wild for the third month in a row, rode unchallenged to first place, clocking a time of 07:50 and taking the QoM with it. Izzy’s lead in the women’s competition now seems unassailable at 45 points.

April’s ‘Stoke Charity Smash’ segment is one for the Sprinters so make sure you tackle it with fresh legs to push out maximum watts.

Click the link here to view April’s segment:

https://www.strava.com/segments/23241028

Results for March 2020 Segment

MEN

Position Name Time Points
1 James Cocker 06:09 15
2 Ben Gibbs 06:22 12
3 Jim Cascarini 06:44 10
4 Christopher Purver 06:52 8
5 Pawel Niewiadomy 06:54 6
6 Daniel Mahony 07:02 5
7 Martin Evans 07:07 4
7 James Locke 07:07 4
9 Dave Morris 07:13 2
10 Chris Hughes 08:00 1
11 Philip Allen 08:57 0

WOMEN

Position Name Time Points
1 Izzy Wild 07:50 15

Current 2020 Segment Challenge GC Position and Ranking

MEN

Position Name Points
1 Ben Gibbs 42
2 James Cocker 33
3 Christopher Purver 30
4 Jim Cascarini 26
5 Martin Evans 12
6 Andy Watkins 9
7 Chris Hughes 9
8 Pawel Niewiadomy 6
9 Richard Smith 5
10 Daniel Mahony 5
11 Raf Izak 4
12 James Locke 4
13 Adrian Bazter 3
14 Dave Morris 2

WOMEN

Position Name Points
1 Izzy Wild 45