Friday, June 27, 2008

Watch out there is a new Blogger about

As from Wednesday I joined the KPRC ( I didn't know they invited vagrants) but I still have to go thru the committee and 2day Lisa invites me to join the blog, so I have. Thank you Lisa ( I promise not to call you Louise any more and to think I have known you since the Family section days Mol & Rita etc).
Though I am not fabulous yet, I thank Frank and all the others for being so inviting and I will do my best to maintain the clubs moto "The Fabulous Phoenix"
Looking forward to good company, not so serious racing (but competitive - I'll never be another Ray Dare, he is certainly Fabulous) and most of all having a good time with men and especially ladies of like mind i.e fast!.

For the record (and I cannot actualy find a note of my best 10ml, 25ml and 50ml times) though my records are still on the Long Eaton Velo www under (Long Eaton Paragon), the following is what I remember:
10ml TT Short 23min.
25ml TT 1hr 00's
50ml TT 2hr. 00's
100ml TT 4-14-19 Club Champ (13 Nat Champ)
12hr. 253.77mls (5th Nat Championship)
All above were in 1963, the year I met Barbara (since when its been all downhill). My biggest regret was never to get under the hour!!
1962 Club Hill Climb Champion Holy Bank Ambergate 3min 33sec. (still a record - changed hill). Club Hill climb champ 1960 to1964. (where's it all gone!)
1963 Club Bar 24.236mph, Open BAR 23.o66mph
1963 BDCA District BAR Champ. 24.068mph

The above is purely for interest (for those interested) and for all those to wonder how did that fat git do such reasonable times so long ago. Answer I was only 23yrs (and a long way from my prime), 2 stone lighter (10st. 4lb) and until then had not learnt what a bad influence women can be on men!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Eve 10 #5 - Championship - result

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
CLUB 10 MILE CHAMPIONSHIP TIME TRIAL
WEDNESDAY 25th June 2008 G10/42
RESULT SHEET

No NAME              TIME    HCP   H/TIME  VETS  Scr Hcp
2 Mark McNamara 31:13 9:00 22:13 +1:02 2 / 6
3 Lisa Colombo 34:00 10:00 24:00 -6:40 4 / 3
4 Paul Bishop 26:16 Pearson Cycles
5 Chrystal Sheldon 28:59 3:30 25:29 -1:39 7 / 2
6 Steve Hillier 27:11 5:15 21:56 +0:22 4 / 7
7 Duncan Folkes 26:59 3:15 23:44 5 / 5
8 Jake Dodd 29:03 4:00 25:03 -0:51 6 / 2
9 Tony d’Italia 29:18 4:30 24:48 +2:27 3 / 2
10 Bob Smith 26:32 Iron Head Racing
11 John Beer 26:07 2:00 24:07 +2:59 6 / 2
12 Jen Mitchell 30:27 4:15 26:12 -2:15 5 / 2
13 Antonio Coelho 29:46 6:00 23:46 -3:16 2 / 4
14 Simon Mitchell 25:43 Scr 25:43 +0:35 7 / 2
15 Mike Morley 29:22 PTT
16 Rachel Croggon 29:02 PTT
17 Florence Hallett 31:26 PTT

Fastest Man Simon Mitchell 25:43 Championship Medal
Fastest Woman Chrystal Sheldon 28:59 Championship Medal
Fastest Vet O.A.S. John Beer +2:59 Championship Medal
Fastest on Handicap Steve Hillier 27:11 (21:56) Championship Medal

Kingston Wheelers
40 Alex Kirk         22:10
42 Dan Sibbick 22:11
41 Ben Elliott 22:49
43 Adam Page 22:49
38 John Coolahan 24:12
39 Phil Ember 24:17
27 Martin O’Sullivan 24:41
33 Jonathan Donald 24:54
37 Alan Sherman 24:54
31 Martin Anscombe 25:28
36 Naz Peralta 25:31
34 Colin Gray 25:44
29 Chris Hathaway 26:19
23 Danny Clifford 26:32
28 Andrew Melbourne 26:36
25 Keith Griffin 26:45
30 Sam Hodgson 26:47
22 Cathy Clifford 27:53
26 David O’Donovan 29:00


Many thanks to Andy for placing and retrieving the Event Warning signs round the course.

Frank Cubis

Championship 10


I would have welcomed a shorter ride today than the excellent "A" ride by Pete Barnard, simply because having joined the KPRC to day, I rode the Club 10 Mile Championship Time trial. I am doubly ashamed to say that I was beaten 4 secs by Toni De. He also did the long "A" ride and ended up with a 29min. 18sec time, which puts him so superior to me as he is 2yrs older. Toni however does not take it serious like me which probably means he is not so competitive. I will get him soon but I also have to beat him on standard which is probably by 30secs? Toni watch out there's a sniper about! Meanwhile I congratulate my elders whom I have much respect for.
Mike Morley

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Kingston-Worthing Result

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
DEREK MASON MEMORIAL TROPHY
49th KINGSTON to WORTHING

Sunday 22nd June 2008
RESULT SHEET

START
ORDER NAME TIME HCP HCP/TIME Scr Hcp AWARD
2 Mark McNamara D.N.S. 42-00
4 Ann Bath D.N.S. 31-00
6 Peter Mastenko 2-51-57 Kingston Wheelers
8
10 Jake Dodd 2-36-02 19-00 2-17-02 7 / 6
12 Mike Wakely 2-53-45 Redmon CC
14 Mike Morley 2-59-18 PTT
16 Dave Brentnall 2-20-29 8-00 2-12-29 7 / 7 1st & 1st Hcp
17 Steve Hillier 2-35-26 27-00 **** 2-17-26 3 / 5
18 Brian Powney 2-28-07 5-00 2-23-07 4 / 4
20 Paul Bishop 2-26-54 Pearson Cycles
22 Joe Bertorelli 2-25-18 Scr 2-25-18 5 / 2
24 Damian Arnold 2-35-47 Pearson Cycles
26 Francis Staunton 2-46-00 Dulwich Paragon
28 Simon Mitchell 2-24-41 Scr 2-24-41 6 / 3
34 Gary Dodd 2-07-59 Sigma Sport RT
Ray Dare D.N.S.

Well done to Dave Brentnall, winner of the Kingston – Worthing Trophy.

**** Steve was No 8 but due to his late arrival started number 17. his 2-35-26 was his actual time but his Hcp time includes his 9min late start.

Well done to all riders, who battled against the strong South Westerly.

Don’t forget our 50th Kingston – Worthing next year. There is a very strong chance it will be on the same weekend as this year Sunday June 21st.

Frank Cubis

Friday, June 20, 2008

Fabulous Phoenix Ten

As you know I have had to change the course cutting the distance down from 15 to just 10 miles becuase of long term roadworks on A29.
This is a shame as I have had several entries from Women who wanted to do the 15 miles for club records and would have been prepared to travel some distance to do so. Sadly some have asked for their entries to be withdrawn.

Below is the list of entries received to date. I am holding open the entry for as long as possible just to get the numbers up. We could do with one more entry from the Phoenix at least so we can have a team!
If you want to enter call or e-mail me andyATkprc.org.uk ASAP!

Name Club
Keith Coffey Bec CC
Lee Turner Sigmasport.co.uk
Lee Chaplin RT316/Crown Lift Trucks/ACL/Take my Pain Away
Michael Porter 34th Nomads, Gem Hygene
Keith Read Redhill CC
Mark Winton Lewes Wanderers CC
Tim Stevens 34th Nomads, Gem Hygene
Stephen Emmerson Epsom CC
David Sheperd Liphook Cycles RT
David Fletcher Bognor Regis CC
Spencer Coleman Lewes Wanderers CC
Geoff Smith V.C.Etoile
Julian Bray Citihub/Cycles Dauphin
Ali Cigari Kingston Wheelers
Andy Cox Lewes Wanderers CC
David French Weybridge Wheelers
Tom Rossetter Eastbourne Rovers
Bob Stapley Epsom CC
Iain Brogden Eastbourne Rovers
John Double Crawley Wheelers
Robert Coleman Epsom CC
Kevin Burton Eastbourne Rovers
Tamar Collis Addiscombe CC
Andy Payne GS Stella
James Stone West Kent RC
Colin Gray Kingston Wheelers
Mike Wilcox North Road CC
Deborah Percival 34th Nomads, Gem Hygene
Andrew Parsons Eastbourne Rovers
Sandra Blenkinsop Kingfisher Triathletes
Terry Hill Addiscombe CC
Simon Mitchell Kingston Phoenix RC
Michael Zuill Crawley Wheelers
Jeff Sewell V.C.Long Eaton
Martin Phillips Lewes Wanderers CC
Corinna Francis Chelmer CC
Carole Heritage Addiscombe CC
Ken Beckett Gemini BC
Lisa Colombo Kingston Phoenix RC

Andy

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Interclub 10 - start

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
CLUB (non existent Inter Club) 10 MILE TIME TRIAL
Saturday 14th June 2008
G10/42
START SHEET

No NAME HCP START
11 Lisa Colombo 11-30 14-11
12 Mark McNamara 10-00 14-12
13 Antonio Coelho 8-00 14-13
14 Ann Bath 6-00 14-14
15 Steve Hillier 4-30 14-15
16 Jake Dodd 4-00 14-16
17 Simon Mitchell Scr 14-17



AWARDS 1st Handicap

Frank Cubis


Big turn out all round! It's getting to be a quiet year for the Phoenix.
Lisa

Eve 10 #4 - 2Up TTT - result

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
CLUB 2 UP 10 MILE TIME TRIAL
WEDNESDAY 11th JUNE 2008
G10/42
Result

Pairs
No NAMES TIME AWARD/CLUB
45 / 46 Adam Page / Steve Saunders 20-44 Kingston Wheelers
41 / 42 Alex Kirk / Ben Elliot 21-35 Kingston Wheelers
47 / 48 Tristran Bishop / Richard Hallett 21-50 Sydenham Whls
17 / 18 Stuart Pearce / Ben Pearce 22-40 1st Fastest
29 / 30 Colin Grey / Pete Robins 23-37 Kingston Wheelers
37 / 38 Naz Peralta / Alan Sheman 23-49 Kingston Wheelers
31 / 32 Martin Anscombe / Andy Granger 24-36 Kingston Wheelers
9 / 10 Simon Mitchell / Paul Day 24-52 2nd Fastest
33 / 34 Chris Hathaway / Nick Hussey 25-00 Kingston Wheelers
27 / 28 Keith Griffin / Gafyn MacMillan 25-06 Kingston Wheelers
5 / 6 Steve Hillier / John Beer 26-10
11 / 12 Jake Dodd / Chrystal Sheldon 26-59 Nearest Ave Time
23 / 24 Danny Clifford / Cathy Clifford 27-12 Kingston Wheelers
25 / 26 David O’Donovan / Martin O’Sullivan 28-35 Kingston Wheelers
15 / 16 Florence Hallett / Grant Pyke 28-48
7 / 8 Antonio Coelho / Tony d’Italia 29-12
49 / 50 Dave Elliott / Paul Martin 29-47 Clarencourt CC
19 / 20 Mick Ayliffe / Barry Gregory 29-55 Clarencourt CC
3 / 4 Lisa Colombo / Pete Mitchell 30-29
1 / 2 Jen Mitchell / Mark McNamara 30-50

Solos
No NAME TIME
44 Dan Sibbick 21-49 Kingston Wheelers
35 Seb Ader 22-11 Kingston Wheelers
39 John Coolahan 23-33 Kingston Wheelers
22 Ben Wardle 25-23 Kingston Wheelers
60 Duncan Folkes 26-20
21 Sam Hodgson 26-34 Kingston Wheelers
57 Dan Andrew 27-51
58 Mark Gardner 27-54
40 Simon Dunnell 28-00
13 Mike Morley 28-06 Surrey Roads
56 Andy Harris 30-17
59 Richard Hoskin 31-13 Redmon CC

All Phoenix Riders To Receive 2 Club Event Scratch Points

The average time of the 7 Phoenix Teams was 27min 15sec.

Many thanks to Jake for placing and retrieving the Event Warning signs round the course.

Congratulation to all riders for your safe riding in this 2 up Team Time Trial

We have a club 10 this Saturday (14th) on the same course, starting at 14:00hrs any person wishing to ride, phone me or just pop along.

Frank Cubis

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Interclub "25" - result

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
INTER CLUB 21 MILE TIME TRIAL (REDMON C.C.)
SUNDAY 8th JUNE 2008
G25/53 (Broadbridge Heath)
RESULT SHEET

No NAME TIME Hcp HcpTime Pts Awards
2 Lisa Colombo 1-11-26 23-00 48-26 5/6 2nd Hcp
5 Mark McNamara 1-07-57 21-00 46-52 4/7 1st Hcp
8 Tony Tugwell DNS 15-00
10 Ann Bath DNS 10-30
13 Jake Dodd 58-33 8-00 50-33 6/2
15 Simon Mitchell 53-00 Scr 53-00 7/2 1st Fastest
17 Chrystal Sheldon 57-02 7-30 49-32 7/5 1st Woman
20 Grant Pyke 59-03 9-00 50-03 5/3
23 John Beer 53-59 4-00 49-59 6/4
26 Paul Day DNS 6-00
29 Jackie Townsend DNS 2-30
33 Stuart Pearce 49-06 PTT

Many thanks to Ron P. for retrieving the signs on the Crawley Leg.

Apparently the revised route measured 21 miles according to our riders,
Frank Cubis

Disappointment for many, that the event was not a 25 - due to resurfacing work, of some sort, on the Southwater bypass over-running. Prior to the 07:30 start the northbound carriageway of the A24 was closed along the Southwater bypass and all traffic diverted through Southwater village. The executive decision was that the Interclub course would turn at Hop Oast and be of the order of 20 miles ( I figured just shy of 21m in the end). By the time I got to Hop Oast traffic was coming onto the RAB northbound along the Southwater bypass and I was tempted to ride the full 25 to get the distance under my belt as the weekends are fast disappearing this year. However I was running out of steam and it wasn't hard to turn short.

The weather was kind. Bright and sunny with a light wind in the North and West, giving a tailwind up Tollgate hill and blunting the speed on the way down, but also making the finish harder work than usual.

A big shame about the contractors: John was fired up for a PB (or at least a recent one), Simon had hopes of toppling Jackie off the top 25 spot and Stuart looked as though he could have beaten the hour - if only. I gather that at least one of the Redmon didn't ride when he heard it wouldn't be a full 25.

Thanks to Frank for getting up extra early to put the signs out on the Northern part of the course. I know the course, but not having ridden it for a while it was nice to have all the direction signs confirming that I was going where I ought to be.

We have been so roundly slaughtered by the Redmon that we have had to resort to cheating and include Stuart in the team so as not to make it look so bad!!!! (otherwise our time was 5:49:29).

Lisa


Interclub Result:

No NAME TIME CLUB
(Calculated 25)
1
2 Lisa Colombo (1-25-02) 1-11-26 KPRC
3 David Eccles (1-04-08) 53-53 Redmon
4 Chris Brewer (1-18-04) 1-05-35 Redmon
5 Mark McNamara (1-20-47) 1-07-52 KPRC
6 Keith Reed (1-05-10) 54-45 Redmon
7 Kirsty Brewer (1-22-18) 1-09-08 Redmon
8
9 Keith Penwarden (1-03-03) 52-58 Redmon
10
11 Doug Conroy (1-13-27) 1-01-42 Redmon
12 Simon Tong (1-02-56) 52-52 Redmon
13 Jake Dodd (1-09-42) 58-33 KPRC
14
15 Simon Mitchell (1-03-05) 53-00 KPRC
16 Mike Wakely (1-08-55) 57-54 Redmon
17 Chrystal Sheldon (1-07-53) 57-02 KPRC
18
19 Tom Woodland (1-10-34) 59-17 Redmon
20 Grant Pyke (1-10-17) 59-03 KPRC
21 John Allen (1-01-11) 51-24 Redmon
22 Roger Griffiths (1-04-17) 54-00 Redmon
23 John Beer (1-04-16) 53-59 KPRC
24 Richard Vaudin (1-01-15) 51-27 Redmon
25
26
27 Gary Bleeson ( 59-23) 49-53 Redmon
28 Jon Frost (1-07-38) 56-49 Redmon
29
30 Mick Deen ( 56-09) 47-10 Redmon
31 David Bridle (1-08-02) 57-09 Tuff-Fitty Tri Club
32
33 Stuart Pearce** ( 58-27) 49-06 KPRC

Redmon CC: 5hrs 05min 44sec
Kingston Phoenix Road Club: 5hrs 30min 43sec
It was tight again!!
**I shouldn’t have counted Stuart as he wasn’t on the Start Sheet, but it did look a tad more respectable.

Apparently the revised route measured 21 miles according to our riders, therefore I have calculated what the times might have been at 25, for what its worth.

Frank Cubis

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Eve 10 #4 - 2 Up TTT - start

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
CLUB 2up 10 MILE TEAM TIME TRIAL
WEDNESDAY 11th JUNE 2008
G10/42

No.s Teams Start
1 / 2 Tony Tugwell / Mark McNamara 19:41
3 / 4 Lisa Colombo / Pete Mitchell 19:42
5 / 6 Steve Hillier / John Beer 19:43
7 / 8 Antonio Coelho / Tony d’Italia 19:44
9 /10 Simon Mitchell / Paul Day 19:45
11/12 Jake Dodd / Chrystal Sheldon 19:46
13/14 Mike Morley / Tim Morley 19:47
15/16 Florence Hallett / Grant Pyke 19:48
17/18 Stuart Pearce / Ben Pearce 19:49
19/20 Mick Ayliffe / Barry Gregory 19:50

Any extra riders wishing to ride solo, will be given a 50 number and start at the end of the field.
Probably at min intervals, after the Kingston Wheelers.

Awards - Phoenix member teams only:
1st & 2nd Fastest Team
Team nearest to average time of the (currently) 7 teams.

Frank Cubis

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

SCCU 50

If any of the Phoenix want to enter the SCCU 50 on the 29th June 2008 - I will be happy to accept entries at the Interclub 25 this Sunday or at the evening 10 on Wednesday (closing date is Tuesday 17th June). If you are making a cheque out, please remember to make it out to SCCU. Ta.

I dare say that Andy will also be happy to accept entries for the 15/10 at the same events as that also closes on the same date.

Lisa

Update: We still need to provide 2 marshals for this event as the club committment to the SCCU. I anticipate needing help in the HQ, so you could end up with an indoor job if you want - but I do need volunteers.

Entries received to date can be found here and will be updated as more arrive (and I have the time).

Interclub 25 - start sheet

KINGSTON PHOENIX RC / REDMON CC
INTER CLUB 25 MILE TIME TRIAL
SUNDAY 8th JUNE 2008
G25/53


No NAME CLUB Hcp START
1
2 Lisa Colombo KPRC 23-00 07-27
3 David Eccles Redmon 28
4 Chris Brewer Redmon 29
5 Mark McNamara KPRC 21-00 07-30
6 Keith Reed Redmon 31
7 Kirsty Brewer Redmon 32
8 Tony Tugwell KPRC 15-00 33
9 Keith Penwarden Redmon 34
10 Ann Bath KPRC 10-30 07-35
11 Doug Conroy Redmon 36
12 Simon Tong Redmon 37
13 Jake Dodd KPRC 8-00 38
14 Richard Hoskin Redmon 39
15 Simon Mitchell KPRC Scr 07-40
16 Mike Wakely Redmon 41
17 Chrystal Sheldon KPRC 7-30 42
18 Barry Packman Redmon 43
19 Tom Woodland Redmon 44
20 Grant Pyke KPRC 9-00 07-45
21 John Allen Redmon 46
22 Roger Griffiths Redmon 47
23 John Beer KPRC 4-00 48
24 Richard Vaudin Redmon 49
25 Peter Horsfield Redmon 07-50
26 Paul Day KPRC 6-00 51
27 Gary Blesson Redmon 52
28 John Frost Redmon 53
29 Jackie Townsend KPRC 2-30 54
30 Mick Deen Redmon 07-55

KPRC Awards:
1st Fastest
1st & 2nd Hcp
Fastest Woman

G25/53 Course Details (abridged)

Start at Robin Hood Rbt 1.7 miles North of HQ (allow 10 minutes)

Proceed to Great Daux Rbt were (R) onto A264 towards Crawley, keep on A264 until Bewbush Rbt were straight on, but now on A2220, U turn at 2nd Rbt Broadfield.
Retrace to Bewbush Rbt were (L) onto A264 to Tolgate Hill Rbt U turn.
Retrace to Bewbush Rbt were (L) onto A264 and to Great Daux were (L) onto A24 towards Worthing, use slip road at Farthings Hill and U turn at South Water South Rbt called Pollardshill, retrace to finish on slip road to Farthings Hill.


Headquarters : Broadbridge Heath Village Hall. (Wickhurst Lane, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, RH12 3LY) Google Maps

Numbers and signing on sheet will be at H.Q.

Frank Cubis

Geneva to Nice - please sponsor Emma!

As you may know, Emma is about to do an amazing bike ride from Geneva to Nice, she says:

My epic trip, pedalling from Geneva to Nice covers a distance of 450km over 8 days, incorporating over 13,000 metres of climbing, so with only 5 days to go I'm in the middle of final preparations... PLUS looking to secure more sponsorship :o)
I've chosen to raise money for two extremely worthy charities, DebRA and The Makunduchi Project - So if you'd like to DONATE, please click on these links below. Every penny counts!

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· £2.50 'Scratch Mitts' to prevent a baby born with EB from tearing their own skin
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Why DebRA? I suffer from EB (simplex, luckily, so it's manageable) and cycling is one of the sports I can enjoy with minimal impact - So dig deep and donate online!

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· £2.50 A mosquito net for a young mother and child
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Why Makunduchi? I've been lucky enough to be involved with the project through working at MIG - So please help 'Bring the Makunduchi project to life' and donate now!

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Many Thanks,

Miss Pedal Power Potter

Monday, June 02, 2008

Eve 10 #3 - result

KINGSTON PHOENIX ROAD CLUB
WEDNESDAY 28th May 2008 G10/42
RESULT SHEET

No NAME TIME HCP Hcp TIME Scr/Hcp AWARD
11 Martin Williamson 22:28 London Dynamo
40 Dan Sibbick 22:29 Kingston Wheelers
41 Adam Page 22:33 Kingston Wheelers
39 Lawrence Smith 23:12 Kingston Wheelers
31 James Platt 23:54 Kingston Wheelers
37 Alex Kirk 24:04 Kingston Wheelers
34 John Rollason 24:46 Kingston Wheelers
36 Phil Ember 24:49 Kingston Wheelers
38 Adam Currie 24:57 Kingston Wheelers
35 Andy Lack 25:12 Kingston Wheelers
33 Naz Peralta 25:48 Kingston Wheelers
32 Alan Sherman 25:52 Kingston Wheelers
7 Roy Instrall 26:35 Morden CRC
22 Luke Wallis 26:58 Kingston Wheelers
29 Chris Hathaway 27:14 Kingston Wheelers
23 Ben Wardle 27:25 Kingston Wheelers
10 John Beer 27:41 Scr 27:41 7/4 1st Fastest
26 Keith Griffin 27:47 Kingston Wheelers
6 Duncan Folkes 28:02 4:15 23:47 1st Hcp
25 Danny Clifford 28:04 Kingston Wheelers
28 Tony Lane 28:10 Kingston Wheelers
8 Steve Hillier 29:32 4:00 25:32 6/7
5 Jake Dodd 29:48 4:00 25:48 7/6 1st Woman
24 Cathy Clifford 29:56 Kingston Wheelers
9 Mike Morley 30:38 Surrey RCC
4 Grant Pyke 31:32 3:30 28:02 5/3
21 Tracy Gay 32:53 Kingston Wheelers
2 Antonio Coelho 33:34 5:00 28:34 4/2
3 Mark McNamara 34:37 7:30 27:07 3/5

Many thanks to Ray for placing and retrieving the Event Warning signs round the course.

Next Evening 10: Wednesday 11th June - 2up Team Time Trial

Frank Cubis