Review of the year

Oxfordshire TT League Round Up

The TT season saw a commendable turnout of competitors, yet there’s a clear opportunity to bolster participation in the upcoming years. Despite encountering challenging weather conditions at the outset of the season, we successfully sustained all the primary TT races. It would be good to see more racers. It doesn’t matter what your fitness level is, whether you’re 22 or 82, male or female, or have a dedicated TT bike or road bike. If you can ride 10 miles on a public road then you can ride a time trial.

On-line entry in advance of the events with published start sheets, on-line payment of entry fees, on-line results, and allocation of rider race numbers continued to work well.

Of the completed events where Trophies can be awarded the results are:

Tom Pearce Memorial, awarded to the Open 10 TT winners, was won by Tony Turner (Micky Cranks) and Jo Wilkie (Cheltenham & County).

Freddy Green Memorial The Open 25 TT trophy was won by Alex Doherty (DRAG2ZERO) and Ann Warren (Oxonian).

Ravens Bowl The Open 50 was won by Dan Blake (ZeroBC) and Corrine Clarke (Swindon Wheelers).

Broadribb Cup The Club 25 mile champions were Alex Donger and Ann Warren. The Bayliss Cup Handicap 25 was won by Paul Thornton.

Falck Shield The Club 50 mile champions were again Alex Donger and Ann Warren.

K.B. May Cup The Hill climb cup was won by Sam Stapleton.

Burnceaster Cup Evening 10 points was won by Phil Strongman.

Burdenstone Cup Short distance BAR was won by James Hunt.

Steve Hawke’s Trophy Open events completed was won by James Hunt.

Rowell Cup Strava miles was won by James Hunt.

The Wednesday evening TT Leaguefinished as follows with Division 1 won by James Hunt, Division 2 by Matt Robson, Division 3 by Phil Strongman and Division 4 Jeff King. The Road Bike Division winners Matt Robson and Zara Hanoun.

We look forward to seeing you during next year’s TT season.

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