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In the final round of the Revel Outdoors Winter Series, held on Shouldham Warren, Seb Herrod (Absolute Black) challenged the supremacy of Andrew Cockburn in the Three-Hour Men’s race and as battle was joined the pair opened a very large gap on the rest of the field, writes Fergus Muir.

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Chelmsford teenager Mitch Powell was at the British Cycling Awards Ceremony in Birmingham at the weekend to receive the splendid trophy for winning the National Short Distance Grass Track Series.

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Riders in West Suffolk Wheelers’ Suffolk Punch reliability trials faced a challenging morning in the hilliest parts of Suffolk, climbing and descending through villages like Ashley, Ousden, Whepstead and Hawkedon while playing hide-and-seek with a cold north-east wind, writes Fergus Muir.

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The Eastern Cyclo-Cross League climaxed in fine style at a successful new event run by the recently established Cambridge Junior Cycling Club at Milton Country Park, on the northern edge of the city.

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Steering a smooth steady line on a fiendishly slippery reverse camber curve, Stephen James wrapped up the Eastern League with a tenth win and an unbeaten record, writes Fergus Muir.

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The Ipswich National Trophy cyclo-cross got off to the best possible start when Suffolk rider Stephen James won the first race of the day – for veterans aged 40-49.

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Stephen James, already regional champion, moved a step closer to winning the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League when he rode away from the Senior Men’s field at Trinity Park to win the final race at the Ipswich Bicycle Club’s “Trinity Cross” by 33 seconds, writes Fergus Muir.

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In an epic day at a snow-covered Chantry Park in Ipswich there were first league wins for Suffolk riders Nick Cook of the Ipswich Bicycle Club and Seb Herrod of Strada Sport, writes Fergus Muir.

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The Suffolk-based Renvale RT were double winners at the Eastern and South Eastern Regional Cyclo-Cross Championship at Welwyn Garden City, writes Fergus Muir.

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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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