Gentry breaks his TT duck

A grey wet and blustery weekend in the Waveney Valley was enlivened by a first ever open time trial win by Lowestoft fastman Liam Gentry. This came in the East Anglian CC 10, where the VC Baracchi man recorded 22:04 on the Bungay to Redenhall and back course, despite intermittent rain and a strong crosswind. Best veteran on standard was John Adams (Stowmarket & District CC)

Next morning 50-year-old Bury St Edmunds rider Brian Phillips reminded us how quick he is by winning in the East Anglian CC 25 on the same road in 56:41, with Gentry second, just three seconds slower.

The Herts Wheelers road race ended in a five-up sprint won by Jim Moffat of Spirit Racing with Ipswich Bicycle Club’s Phil Hetzel taking third place. The five were the survivors of a early break, at one time containing 15 riders, which stayed clear for the rest of the race.


East Anglian CC 10, Earsham:

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1 Liam Gentry (VC Baracchi) 22:04, 2 D Baxter (Kent Valley) 22:25, 3 Emma Trott (Welwyn Wheelers) 22:28, 4= N Turner (Gt Yarmouth CC) & M Toone (Stowmarket & District) both 22:51, 6 A Jardine (Ipswich BC) 22:58, 7 P Ellis (Diss & District) 23:50, 8+ M Pyne (Anglia Velo) & W Kitcher (Stowmarket & District) both 23:57, 10 J Howling (King’s Lynn CC) 24:23. Veteran on Standard: 1 John Adams (Stowmarket & District) +6:27.

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