After the final 10 mile event on the Holmwood course this season Ryan Sharp still holds onto the lead. Paul Malloy after finishing second on handicap in the event has closed the gap to be equal with James Langstraat, just one point behind Ryan.
Based on total points accumulated in all club events. The best eight events to count.Winner in 2020 was Isaac Griffiths. Awarded on the basis of 10 points for 1st handicap decreasing to 1 point for 10th.
After 17 events there are a lot of riders very close to each other.
Still In the lead is Ryan Sharp with 69 points from eight events.
Equal second is James Langstraat with 68 points from eight events.
Equal second is Paul Malloy with 68 points from eight events.
Fourth is Isaac Griffiths with 59 points from eight events.
Equal fifth is Steve Grout with 53 points from eight events.
Equal fifth is Paul Deen with 53 points from eight events.
Seventh is Paul Haywood with 48 points from eight events.
Eighth is Cameron Hale with 46 points from just five events.
Ninth is Daniel Arthur with 44 points from eight events.
The above riders are those with over 40 points and to improve totals, these riders will have to improve on their event with the lowest points.
NOTE: There are just two counting events left:Sunday 8 August, Club 25 mile on H25/8 at Bentley (A31 road)
Sunday 5 September, Southern Counties CU 25 mile event on G25/55 at Holmwood (using A24 & A29 roads)Riders need to enter the event on the CTT website, see: https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/race-details/22940
Also to qualify for our Club Events BAR which is 2×10 & 2×25 mile events, you will need to do both the above 25’s unless you rode the 25 mile on 30 May at Bentley.Most members that have been doing our Club Events have done at least two of the 10 mile events.