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Kettering CC 20 Mile TT

Kettering CC 20 Mile TT

Cycling through the village of Old. On Saturday, I did a 21 mile hilly time trial near Kettering, north of Northampton. It was a good course, well marshalled with very low traffic levels. The hills weren’t too steep and I finished with an average speed of 26mph, which was 3rd out of about 50. The […]

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Oxonian CC 31 Mile Hilly Time Trial

Oxonian CC 31 Mile Hilly Time Trial

Time Trial Bike (Steel Frame) Yesterday was my first race of the year. A 31 mile hilly time trial around Brill, Oakley and Ascott. It was great weather for an early season race. Low wind, good temperature and not a spot of rain in sight. I came 3rd in a time of 1.16.14. The event […]

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Newbury RC 10 Mile TT

Newbury RC 10 Mile TT

Today, I won my first race of the year. It was a 10 mile TT. My time was 22.37. Second place was Peter Weir 22.43 and Ian Greenstreet of Newbury RC came third in 22.45 The course H10/3 is fairly¬† new and this was the first open event, so maybe I can claim a course […]

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Reading CC 25 Mile TT

Danny Axford Away from the glamour of the Olympics and British track cycling Golds, I was racing in the only slightly less prestigious Clive Pugh Memorial 25 Mile TT on the famous A4 Bath Road near Aldermarston, organised by Reading CC. The event was won by Danny Axford, Arctic Shorter in 52 mins. I did […]

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Weston on the Green Time Trial Photos

Weston on the Green 14 miles from Oxford, there is an airfield used mainly for paragliding and parachuting drops. There is an outer road around the airfield of about 2.5 miles. Fortunately, we are able to use the airfield track for racing on Tuesday and sometimes other evening. Bicester Milennium CC do an excellent job […]

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2 Races 2 Days – 10 and 25 Mile Time Trial

At the weekend, I was racing on both Saturday and Sunday Saturday 10 miles 21:12 average speed 28.5mph 3rd / 70 Sunday 25 miles 56:57. average speed 26.2 mph (6th /60) Saturday felt good. On Sunday I was quite a bit slower probably because: Tiredness from previous day Body not as responsive early in morning […]

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25 Mile TT – Farnham R.C.

On Saturday I rode a 25 mile time trial on the Bentley bypass (H25/8). It is mostly dual carriageway and so is a relatively fast course. It is not particularly flat, the drags are just long enough to break your rhythm. There was also a slight wind. My speed varied between 35 Kmph and 62kmph. […]

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First Race of Year – Westerley CC 25 mile TT

I completed my first race of the year today. It was a 25 mile time trial based on the A4 around Marlow (H25/2). Looking at the results board I think I came about 6 or 7th out of 68. My time was 54.24, which I was pleased with (I think average speed about 27.5mph) It’s […]

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First Race Ends in Puncture

I started my first time trial in about 6 months today. It was raining and pretty windy, and I have to say I was a little tempted to stay at home and watch Team GB win more Gold medals on the track, but I thought it’s about time I started racing (I seem to make […]

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T. Pettinger Cycling 2007

This year was quite a quiet year. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much time to race. In the early season I won a 31 mile Hilly TT organised by Oxonians CC My best 10 mile Time Trial was a 21.36. My PB. is 21.00 I finished 7th in the National Hill Climb Championship, held at Cheddar […]

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Cycling Training Schedule 2008

Targets Keep riding throughout the year. Race every fortnight National Championships: 10 Miles, 25 Miles and National Hill Climb Train 4-5 times a week from January 1st onwards. January and February Base Training. Some rides at 18mph upto 80% HR March start moderate time trial interval sessions. Effort level similar or just above race level. […]

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