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Stephen James (Renvale RT) took his fifth successive league win in the Hempton Senior cyclo-cross despite losing over a minute when debris stuck in an obscure part of his bike’s transmission.

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Young seniors set the pace at the Mistley Cyclo-Cross, but 40 year-old Stephen James won in the end, writes Fergus Muir.

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The East District Women’s Hill Climb Championship was decided by just two-tenths of a second with Kate Lucas of Norwich Amateur BC climbing Semer Hill in one minute and 3.1 seconds while Becky Ridge of Manningtree Wheelers went up in 1:03.3, writes Fergus Muir.

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There was a weekend of record-breaking in the Waveney Valley as new course bests were set by several winners in the Norwich Amateur Bicycle Club double bill of time trialling, writes Fergus Muir.

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RAF teamwork put Ian Lee in a position to win the third round of the Honington Evening Criteriums and the Marham technician timed it perfectly to outsprint Harley Matthews at the line.

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Essex cycling star Alex Dowsett has confirmed that he will ride in this year’s Tour of Britain.

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At the end of a hard days’ racing in the CC Breckland Twelve-Hour two attempts on national records had failed but Dave Green from Thetford and Ipswich rider Karen Eaton had won East District Championships with best-ever distances.

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Overshooting the awkward Kentford turn in the Anglia Velo “ten” didn’t stop Wickham Market junior Lyster Romero from winning.

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William Mapus-Smith (Clwb Beicio Egni) won the second round of the Trinity Park Wednesday evening races, from Sam Toy (Velo Schils) and the previous weeks winner Fabian Horrocks (Team Vision).

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Rebecca Johnson did not let breaking an elbow in an early season road race keep her out of cycling for long.

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A bevy of winners of 2017 time trials met head-to-head in the Stowmarket & District “Ten” at Rougham – but it was a mountain biker who came out top of the pile.

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FERGUS MUIR brings you the latest cycling news from the region in his weekly column.

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West Suffolk Wheelers’ Ixworth Village Races climaxed with Ipswich rider Oli Jones clinching the win from a group of twelve that dominated the final race.

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As the field in the Fast-Test Road Race attacked the hill at Willisham Tye for the last time it looked as if Kenninghall rider Tom Fitzpatrick might win it - despite having had only four weeks to recover from breaking his arm in the Jock Wadley race at Colchester.

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Breaks were hard to establish in both of the Chelmer CC road races – and even harder to make stick.

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Lloyd Chapman scored his second pair of back-to-back time trial victories this spring when he took the Plomesgate CC 10 at Sudbourne and followed it up with winning the Chelmer CC Hardriders at Finchingfield next morning.

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On a bright spring morning in mid Suffolk 44 year-old Peter Blenkinsop (Fast Test) scored his first-ever road race win in a windy Ipswich BC Scramble

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The Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race at Layer-de-la-Haye finished in a mass sprint – said to be the first in its 35 year history – with Australian pro Steele von Hoff (One-Pro) just holding off Graham Briggs (JLT Condor) and fast-pedalling Junior Jacob Vaughan (VC Londres).

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The destination of the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League Vet Women’s Championship was settled in the last race of the season in Snetterton parish.

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Eastern League cyclo-cross riders headed north to Bradford for the national championships and were soon having to deal with mud – something that we have not seen in the Eastern League all this season.

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