The results sheet (right) has been split between Time Trial bike (A) riders and Standard Road Bike riders - click on the tabs at the bottom.
You now gain points after each ride and you must ride a minimum of 8 rides of either discipline to be in with the chance of winning either classification. 50 points for first, 49 for second etc.
This adds interesting little twist for those who regularly compete with other riders of a similar ability. Prizes are going to be awarded by Big Bear Bikes.
Paul Hickman wins the 2014 prize again with no-one from the "standard" road bikes having enough races to qualify.
Last revised -
6 September 2014
10m Wards Cup
3rd - Ralph Lilley - 18pts
2nd - Matthew Enticknap - 23 Points
1st - Paul Hickman - 28 Points
Fastest 10m of the season
3rd - Paul Hickman - 22:14
2nd - Paul Hickman - 21:15
1st - Matthew Enticknap - 20:33
10m Handicap Shield
3rd - Ralph Lilley - 12 Points
2nd - Matthew Enticknap - 22 Points
1st - Paul Hickman - 27 Points
3rd - Colin Baldwin - 4 Points
3rd - Ralph Lilley - 4 Points
2nd - Matthew Enticknap - 10 Points
1st - Paul Hickman - 12 Points
15m Kirby Memorial Cup
3rd - Ralph Lilley - 35:44
2nd - Paul Hickman - 33:49
1st - Matthew Enticknap - 33:38
25m Challenge Cup
3rd - Nick Hatton - 1:07:30
2nd - Paul Hickman - 0:55:47
1st - Matthew Enticknap - 0:55:25
50m Challenge Cup
3rd - Nick Hatton - 2:07:01
2nd - Matthew Enticknap - 1:55:17
1st - Paul Hickman - 1:54:55
3rd - Matthew Enticknap - 15:40
2nd - Paul Hickman - 15:08
1st - Paul Hickman - 14:27
3rd - Matthew Enticknap - 4:44
2nd - Paul Hickman - 4:35
1st - Scott Johnson - 4:10
Best All rounder Shield
3rd - Nick Hatton - 23.427mph
2nd - Paul Hickman - 27.077
1st - Matthew Enticknap - 27.429
Interclub Competition 2014
This year, Malton Wheelers, Scarborough Paragon, Richardsons CC and Bridlington CC will be hosting an "Interclub" competition where each club nominates one event in thier calendar for other clubs to compete in. The best placed club will win the trophy! All events will be 10m Time Trials.
Bridlington CC - Thursday 15 May
Malton Wheelers RC - Wednesday 18 June
Richardsons CC - Thursday 3rd July
Scarborough Paragon - Tuesday 5th August
Final Placings - 2014:
Bridlington CC 14
Scarborough Paragon 14
Malton Wheelers 5
RIchardsons CC 5
Hill Climb 27 August 2014
It was the last club race of the season and to round up events the decision was made to reintroduce a hill climb event. The climb from Leavening towards the crossroads to Thixendale is a difficult one with a varying gradient which makes it difficult to get a rhythm.
Scott Johnson came up trumps with a brilliant time of 4:10. Scott is a lightweight fellow who prides himself with going up hill dead fast and he proved himself on the night. Cameron Turner is the complete opposite, a rather heavyweight chap but one who has a lot
of power. He came second to Scott with a time of 4:24. Taking the bronze position was visitor Neil Ridsdale from Bridlington CC who crossed the line in 4:36. Neil was riding a fixed gear machine and obviously chose his one gear correct.
It was left to Paul Hickman and Matthew Enticknap racing for the honour of lantern rouge. There was 10 seconds between them, but it was left to Enticknap to bring up the rear with 4:44.
1. Scott Johnson 4:10
2. Cameron Turner 4:24
3. Neil Ridsdale4:36 (Fixed)
4. Paul Hickman 4:35
5. Matthew Enticknap 4:44
10m 2-up 20 August 2014
You can tell it’s coming to the end of the time trial season when the 2-up competition on the Malton/Pickering road appears on the race card. A pair of racers rides together taking turns to ride on the front to reduce the drag for the rider behind who is “resting”. They then swop places with the ultimate aim of being quicker than their solo time for the same distance.
Three pairs of racers took the challenge while the remaining riders decided to ride solo.
Matthew Enticknap and Paul Hickman were favourites and they proved themselves by crossing the line in 21:54. The wind not being advantages on the outgoing or return leg of the course, both riders complained that they should have gone faster! Mick Potter on the other hand put in a cracking time on his solo effort of 24:31, perhaps a little too eager to get home for tea. Taking bronze position was first timer Matt Theaker who is eager to take up time trialling as an extra to his road racing successes. Considering his non-aero setup a time and his first time at a time trial the time of 24:57 was fantastic.
Rob Stephenson & Cameron Turner crossed the line with exactly the same time of 25:07, while Barrie Cappleman was 59 seconds behind them.
Ged Kerrins and Dominic Eyre was a racing pair finishing in 26:25. Ged is a seasoned racer who took on the role of teacher of 2 ups for this race. Both of whom danced on the pedals enjoyed their racing duo debut.
Dave Frith came in eighth place as a solo rider with a time of 27:39. Andrea Wood and Helen Conman rode together and cheered as they crossed the line in 28 minutes dead. They were buzzing back at headquarters with enthusiasm and overjoyed with their time.
Bringing up the rear was Glen Hull who was still under 30minutes on what was a rather difficult evening.
1. Matthew Enticknap (A) 21:54
Paul Hickman (A) 21:54
2. Mick Potter (A) 24:31
3. Matt Theaker 24:57
4. Rob Stephenson (A) 25:07
5. Cameron Turner (A) 25:07
6. Barrie Cappleman (A) 26:06
7. Ged Kerrins (A) 26:25
Dominic Eyre (A) 26:25
8. Dave Frith (A) 27:39
9. Andrea Wood 28:00
Helen Conman 28:00
10. Glen Hull (A) 29:14
Leavening Scramble 6 August 2014
10m TT 13 August 2014
1. Paul Hickman (A) 15:08
2. Dave Cook (A) 17:08
3. Cameron Turner 17:14
4. Dominic Eyre (A) 18:44
1. Paul Hickman (A) 22:14
2. Ralph Lilley (A) 23:42
3. Dave Cook (A) 24:35
4. Cameron Turner (A) 24:39
5. Mick Potter (A) 24:58
6. L Townend 25:35
7. P. Berry (A) 25:54
8. Scott Johnson 26:22
9. Glen Hull (A) 27:23
10m Hilly Time Trial 30 July
The wind was high for Malton Wheelers recent time trial around the Hambleton Hills. With the start at Swinton and heading out to Slingsby, the seven riders had to contend with a really strong wind. The aero riders had the advantage here and the results show with all aero riders beating those riding standard road bikes.
It was Paul Hickman who put Matthew Enticknap in his place this week beating his time with 26:27 to Matthews’ 26:56 over the 10.5mile course. Ralph Lilley is still recovering from surgery but still put in a great time of 28:56 and making up the podium.
Visitor from Clifton Cycling Club, Dave Cook returned home with a time of 29:11, while Mick Potter was chuffed with his time of 29:53 considering his recent 100mile time trial on the weekend. Just one second away from Mick was Cameron Turner riding his standard road bike, but dancing on the pedals and sprinting up each climb to the lantern rouge was Mark Devine with 31:01.
2. Matthew Enticknap (A) 26:56
3. Ralph Lilley (A) 28:56
4. Dave Cook (A) 29:11
5. Mick Potter (A) 29:53
6. Cameron Turner 29:54
7. Mark Devine 31:01
10m Time Trial 23rd July 2014
Matthew Enticknap was ever so pleased with his latest win at Malton Wheelers latest 10mile time trial. Enticknap has been in holiday mode and enjoying the frivolities that accompanies, so was surprised to ride home in first place with 22:22 over Paul Hickman’s 22:27. Ralph Lilley completed the podium positions with 23:42.
The times were good because of the warm weather but the finishing straight had a direct head wind making the legs shout out in pain for the last minute.
Cameron Turner was chuffed with his time of 24:30, 50 seconds better than his personal best. Was it because of the fixed wheel machine he was riding? Nick Hatton, who usually rides a “fixie” road a greared time trial bike and was only 3 seconds behind Cam.
A cracking ride from Pete Berry put him in 6th position with 25:53, while Dominic Eyre beat his personal best by nearly 2 minutes with 26:17.
Mark Devine dropped into 8th position riding a standard road bike with 26:42, but hats off to Andrea Wood who rode her first 10 miler in a time of 28:50. Anyone who finishes under 30 mins on their first 10 mile time trial proves they can ride!
5m Time Trial 16 July 2014
15m Time Trial 9 July 2014
It was a really blustery evening for Malton Wheelers recent 15mile time trial which may have been the reason why so few members attended, that or one of the best stages of the Tour de France was being aired on television at the time.
Only three members raced through the towns of Thornton le dale and Pickering returning around the roundabout of Old Malton. The strong wind was rather favourable in that the long drag from Pickering was fast with the wind on the riders backs.
Matthew Enticknap loved the harsh conditions and powered his way to first position with a time of 33:38 saying “I was on the limit for the last 2 miles heading into the wind”. Paul Hickman had to settle with second but not to far away from Enticknap with 33:49. A cracking ride from Ralph Lilley filled in the podium positions with 35:44.
10m Hilly Time Trial 2 July 2014
The recent Malton Wheelers time trial around the Hambleton Hills was a difficult one. With the rises from Slingsby and Conesthorpe to contend with it's hardly a surprise that only 6 people turned out on what was rather a muggy but still evening.
There was bit of a battle for first, but Paul Hickman rose to the challenge and beat Matthew Enticknap hands down with a time of 25:52 to Matthews 26:05. To top off the podium was Colin Baldwin waith 27:25 riding his aero bike for the first time this year.
David Capes was feeling rather strong and powering up each hill finished in a time of 29:16, with Cameron Turner in 29:23. It was Sean Mcdermotts turn to bring back the lantern rouge with a time of 33:14.
1. Paul Hickman (A) 25:52
2. Matthew Enticknap (A) 26:05
3. Colin Baldwin (A) 27:25
4. Dave Capes 29:16
5. Cameron Turner 29:23
6. Sean McDermott 33:14
10m Time Trial 18 June 2014
It was a fantastic turnout of riders for Malton Wheelers latest 10m time trial on the Malton Pickering road. The reason there were 30 riders was because of the recently introduced interclub event. An event where local clubs ride each others events, members from Malton Wheelers, Scarborough Paragon, Bridlington CC, Clifton CC and Richardsons CC took
With warm weather and another nagging cross wind to contend with Matthew Enticknap was going to find it difficult to reach pole position and indeed, he was knocked off his favourite spot by Shaw Pickard from Scarborough Paragon with a time of 22:22to Matthews 22:30. With Stu Pickard from Bridlington CC taking bronze just 3 seconds after Enticknap the times were tight. Malton Wheelers Paul Hickman just missed out of a podium position by one second.
Using the top three riders times from each club, Bridlington CC won the team challenge with a combined time of 1:08:14, while Scarborough Paragon had 1:08:55and Malton lies in third with 1:09:31.
1.Shaw Pickard (A) 22:22 Scarborough Paragon
2. Matthew Enticknap (A) 22:30 Malton Wheelers
3. Stu Pickard (A) 22:33 Bridlington CC
4. Paul Hickman (A) 22:34 Malton Wheelers
5. Melvin Blackford (A) 22:40 Bridlington CC
6. M Woodley (A) 22:44 Bridlington CC
7. Dave Thompson (A) 22:54 Scarborough Paragon
8. Andy Askwith (A) 22:57 Bridlington CC
9. M Cockerill (A) 23:38 Bridlington CC
10. Matt Purnell (A) 23:39 Scarborough Paragon
11. R Granger (A) 23:46 Scarborough Paragon
12. Ben Sixsmith (A) 24:01 ScarboroughParagon
13. Colin Baldwin 24:27 Malton Wheelers
14. C Walker (A) 24:39 Richardsons CC
15. R Cornley (A) 24:57 Scarborough Paragon
16. Barrie Cappleman (A) 24:59 Scarborough Paragon
17. S Walker (A) 25:07 Richardsons CC
18. Mick Potter (A) 25:12 Scarborough Paragon
19. R Stephenson (A) 25:32 Scarborough Paragon
20. Cameron Turner (A) 25:36 Darlington CC
21. R Sixsmith (A) 25:47 Scarborough Paragon
22. M Hepples (A) 25:50 Scarborough Paragon
23. Mark Devine (A) 25:53 Malton Wheelers
24. Mags Purnell (A) (L) 25:59 Scarborough Paragon
25. Dawn Blues (A) (L) 26:11 Bridlington CC
26. J McCann (A) 26:20 Scarborough Paragon
27. Nick Hatton (A) 26:57 Malton Wheelers
28. Brandon Stock 27:11 Clifton CC
29. Glen Hull (A) 27:44 Malton Wheelers
30 P Berry (A) 30:37 Clifton CC
10m Time Trial 11 June 2014
It was a warm summers night and the aero riders were out in force for Malton Wheelers’ latest 10mile time trial on the flat Malton/Pickering road and with hardly any wind to contend with the times were sure to be high. It was therefore quite a surprise to find only 8 riders turn up at headquarters. Perhaps the call of an evening barbeque was a greater draw.
There was a surprise switch of podium positions on the night with the usual top two riders being beaten by the usual third placed rider. Paul Hickman (22:34) slaughtered Nigel Goscinski (22:45) and Matthew Enticknap (22:47) to first place, Enticknap blaming his “poor” time to all the cake he had recently been eating.
Cameron Turner put in a cracking time of 25:48 and is enjoying his return to racing, while Nick Hatton, who usually rides a fixed wheel machine, was placed in fifth position with 26:02 on his aero bike.
New member Pete Berry was not quite as
pleased as he could be hoping he would go under 25minutes, he was in
6th with 26:43. A couple
more rides on the course and he will beat that personal “line in the sand”. Glen
Hull on the other hand was dead chuffed by beating his personal best with 27:44
and with Dave Frith bringing home the lantern rouge it was a grand evening out
for the Wheelers.
6m Leavening Scramble 4 June 2014
With a still, dry night following a day threat of rain just 5 Malton Wheelers members turned up for the most difficult club time trial of the season. The distance is only 5½ miles from Norton to Leavening, but it’s a gruesome climb taken at speed and one that is difficult to get a rhythm until the last couple of miles.
Paul Hickman rode his aero machine with Matthew Enticknap riding his standard road bike thinking there was no advantage with such a hilly course. Enticknap was wrong with his decision and Hickman stormed out in front of Matthew with a time of 14:27 to 15:40.
Dave Capes had his first time on the podium in third position with 16:42.
Riding his time trial bike and returning to racing was Cameron Turner finishing in
17:02, while Nick Hatton brought up the rear with 17:53.
Everyone was smiling to beat the rain and will join other Malton Wheelers on the
Malton/Pickering 10mile course on 11 June at 7:30.
Malton Wheelers will be helping out for the Malton Festival of Cycling on 22 June. We hope that the whole of Ryedale will be out in force to watch and support the racers.
10m Time Trial (Hilly) 28 May 2014
Details to come...
Results to follow
10m Time Trial 21 May 2014
It was a warm evening on the Malton to Pickeringroad for Malton Wheelers club 10mile time trial.
With a few big hitters out of action, it was left to others to fill the spaces and one of those big hitters was Dave Thompson from Scarborough Paragon Cycling Club. Dave had not ridden Malton’s course for a number of years but this did not put him off. “Tommo” put in a fast time of 22:05, still a mile off the course record of 20:12 set by Peter Longbottom back in 1993. Second position was taken by Paul Hickman with 22:23and Ralph Lilley, third, with
23:36both beating their times on the course for the year.
Just missing out on the podium was non-aero rider, Colin Baldwin with 24:22 beating his personal saying “it was a bit sticky over Howe bridge”. The lack of wind perhaps helped Colin somewhat in beating his best time. Dave Cook was less than 20 seconds behind Colin with 24:41.
It was Barrie Capplemans first outing this year on the 10mile course and was happy with 25:16, but with David Capes hot on his heels with 25:21 and riding a standard cycle,
Barrie had better get his fast legs out of hiding!
Dave Frith crossed the line with 27:21, while Dominic Eyre rode a standard bike with tri-bars and finished with a time of 28:15 bringing back the lantern rouge but breaking a spoke while
The Wheelers next meeting is on Wednesday 28 May at Swinton 7:30.
5m Time Trial 14 May 2014
It was a rather pleasant evening for Malton Wheelers latest 5mile time trial on the Malton/Pickering road. Now at its summer kick off time of 7:30pm, 12 riders turned up to sign on and had over their three pounds to race.
The aero riders were in force on Wednesday with their pointed helmets and “funny” bikes with the usual threesome fighting for first position. Last weeks 10mile winner, Matthew Enticknap, tried his hardest to keep Nigel Goscinski in his place but they ended up tying with a time of 10:57. Paul Hickman came third with the wind on his tail for the return from Old Malton with a time of 11:09 and pleased that his times are being bettered each week.
Mick Storey from Scarborough Paragon rode his first Malton event of the year and finished with a great time of 11:37, whilst Ralph Lilley was dancing on the pedals, crossed the line in 11:45. Just 10 seconds away from Lilley was the first non-aero rider with a time of 11:55 was Colin Baldwin.
It was Dave Capes first club Time Trial of the year and was really pleased with his time of 12:43. Calum McCusker finished in 12:50 beating his last time by nearly 15 seconds, just 2 seconds behind Calum was Barrie Cappleman with 12:52. Last aero rider was Mick Potter with 12:57.
A return visit by young Clifton rider was Brandon Stock who romped home with 13:16, a year older and a minute and a half better than his last outing. Sam Leng held his head high to bring home the lantern rouge with a time of 13:29.
For those who want to have a go at Time Trialling and try out at being Sir Bradley Wiggins, check out www.maltonwheelersrc.co.uk. Riders will need to become members at a cost of only £12 and riding the event is £3.
In other events, Dave Capes finished 4th in his category in the Derek Smith Memorial Road Race which is specifically tailored for the veterans. Hosted by the League of Veteran Cyclists, Dave put in a concerted effort with the rest of the bunch and was chuffed to finish in such a high position considering 2014 is his first year of road racing and Nick Hatton won in the fixed wheel category in a recent “open” time trial.
1. Matthew Enticknap (A) 10:57
1. Nigel Goscinski (A) 10:57
3. Paul Hickman (A) 11:09
4. Mick Storey (A) 11:37
5. Ralph Lilley(A) 11:45
6. Colin Baldwin 11:55
7. David Capes 12:43
8. Calum McCusker 12:50
9. Barrie Cappleman (A) 12:52
10. Mick Potter (A) 12:57
11. Brandon Stock 13:16
12. Sam Leng 13:29
10m Time Trial 7th May 2014
Incredibly blustery conditions met the 11 hardy competitors for Malton Wheelers latest 10mile time trial. With the threat of a storm over their heads they raced down the Malton/Pickering road turning at the roundabout at Old Malton at the half way point.
There were parts of the course that were sheltered from the wind but the downhill
ramp from Old Malton was fabulous with the wind on the rider’s backs. Unfortunately, this bonus did not last as the curves in the road resulted in the wind hitting the riders on the side.
Nevertheless, Matthew Enticknap put in an amazing time of 23:13, with Nigel Goscinski 10 seconds behind and Paul Hickman with a further 10 second gap. Ralph Lilley was just less than a minute behind the leading three with 24:21. The four leading riders were riding their aero machines, but Colin Baldwin was riding a standard road bike and through shear power romped home with a time of 25:49.
Visiting from Scarborough Paragon CC was Brian Wallace who feels a little stronger for 2014, crossed the line in 27:30 on his new aero cycle while our Rosedale visitor Calum McCusker finished in 27:58. A brilliant time considering he rode from Rosedale......then had to ride back.
Nick Hatton rode his fixed wheel bicycle with clip on aero bars which put him into
the aero category. He finished in 28:49 with Tim Bryon’s 30:20. Surely Tim could concentrate his efforts and make Nick his “line in the sand”. Keith Buck (32:20) was also riding a fixed wheel machine, but was not last this week, giving this position to Sam Leng (34:10)