Being a fairly new club B&DCC does not have a long established history of time Trial results like some of the older clubs
That said we begun a quest to reverse that trend in 2013 by having several members competing in some of the local events promoted by clubs such as Sheffield Pheonix , KIveton Park CC and more.
Of course , as a prospective member with an interest in TT we would be happy to welcome you into the club.
In 2013 we do intend to promote our own events , including a Hill climb , for which , as a club based in Bolsover we have a significantly challenging course in mind.
watch this space.....and if anyone out there is interested in becoming TT secretary for the club and helping communicate events, keeping the content on this page fresh and encouraging others to try TT it would be great to hear from you
B&DCC Riders made up over a third of the field for the 25mile 2UP TT and a slightly rehashed course in Hatfield Woodhouse on the 2nd March.
Congrats to Hugo & Emilie for picking up the fastest mixed pairing and to Bill and simon for being the fastest B&DCC pairing overall.
We were also 3rd Team on the day and certainly biggest in terms of participation
17 Bill Seddon & Simon Travell 01:00:29
18 Martyn Bramhall & John Hind 01:00:37
20 Hugo Reynolds & Emilie Verroken 01:00:45
30 Daniel Booth & Antony Payne 01:03:38
33 Paul Chapman & Lee Hyson 01:04:23
37 Matt Causier & Jim Sutherland 01:06:11
39 Andrew Wagstaff & Lee Wagstaff 01:06:21
40 Janice McWilliam & Peter Neal 01:06:30
42 Conor McGuigan & Mark Renshaw 01:07:09
43 Steve Crapper & Pete Steed 01:07:11
44 Carl Booker & Jonny Wright 01:07:47
48 Mark Bridgman-Smith & Vernon Richardson 01:09:51
51 Julia Blowers & Simon Wilson 01:10:32
53 Paul Dickinson & Michael Dodson 01:11:10
57 Jonathan Feldman & Xavier Scott 01:20:13
60 Sharon Hobson & Michelle Rodger 01:21:51
Wednesay nights from April see two Local clubs promote their series of 10 mile time trial events between Cuckney & Worksop. Its a great way to try time trialling if you have never tried before , or to test your fitness on a fairly sporting course... we will use the PB's from these evnts as benchmarking for "up and Three Up time trials
Sheffield Phoenix promote on Tuesday nights, Kiveton Park CC on Wednesday nights, its only a couple of quid to enter and very easy to get involved in
Its not a comprehensive list as the 2011 results have been lost from KPCC's website , but at least it will get the juices flowing..if you are missing from the list our have a better PB than that shown, then let Steve know
|Hugo & Louise Reynolds (Tandem)||23:12:00||22/05/2012|
|Mark Bridgman Smith||28:20:00||22/05/2012|
Ina similar vein to the Cuckney 10's , numerous members also test themselves in the Matlock CC 10's run on a wednesday night on the A10/16 Course at Darley Dale
|Mark Bridgman Smith||04:59:00||29/05/2012|
The Mam nick hillclimb in the heart of the Peak District is a beauty of a climb, nearly 2km long with an average gradient over 10%...a real leg and lung burster
TheBeeley hillcimb is a different challenge to the other climbs, much longer at 2.3miles, the overall course record stands at 8:23.1 ....superhuman
The Monsal head hillcimb is a spectacular challenge , attended by the best hillclimb riders from all across the UK
New North Midlands District CTT time trial competition sponsored by JE James
The 2012 time trial season was launched for the club when eight members competed in the 25mile 2UP Time Trial promoted by Sheffrec CC. Only one other club had more participants than B&DCC, a fantastic start to our TT campaign.
Hugo Reynolds & Andy Wagstaff finished fastest for the club on the day, read more about that event right here
The club hopes to compete soon in a 3 Up Time Trial on the same course, find out more here
30 riders took part in the first ever Hill Climb promotion by B&DCCC.
Top honours and setting the course record time of 1:42.68 was Chris Green of Matlock winning the trophy and a box of Maxifuel Viper Gel. Simon Travell was fastest placed B&DCC rider in 5th place at 1:51.73
All the results can be seen here, thanks to all who helped and to those that suffered
Congratulations to several members of B&DCC who have got the first results on the board for the club in the first of the Kiveton Park 10 mile Cuckney time trials
James Pears posted an admirable PB of 24:30 , while Dave Pears posted a 33:06 after riding a near extra mile and a half after some confusion over a "roundabout" , but follwed that with a 26:23 the following week , Lewis Meadows has produced a 30:30 (which is so close to a 20mph average)
Well done gents , and we look forward to seeing you progress up the leader board as the season continues , just remember to list your club as "Bolsover & District cycling Club" to avoid confusion with any other clubs in the area
Do you want to take up the challenge of having the best average time for this ride? OK, have a go. It basically uses old railway routes.
It starts at the signal at Woodend on the Tibshelf to Teversal Trail and heads towards Teversal. It then uses triangle from Teversal, going out towards the old Pleasely pit and back. Ends with the return leg to the signal. It's somewhere in the region of 8 miles. There are no serious climbs but there are railway gradients.