Team Enable’s youngest rider and a great prospect for the future, Jefferson Tier, will be out of action for several weeks following a training accident. Jefferson who finished 2nd overall and won 4 events in the Under 16 West Midlands Cyclo Cross series last season when only 14 years old has dominated the current Midlands Friday night Mountain Bike series for riders under 16, winning every event so far – he hopes to get back in competition very soon. Photo of Jefferson courtesy of DHPhoto

At the latest round (5) at Wadenhoe Northamptonshire, Ryan Henry won the Veteran 40 + Race, Lindsey Newman was once again the winner of the Ladies Veteran race and Nick Popham had a rare defeat in the Veteran men’s event finishing a close 2nd, but still leads the overall series.

Road Race rider Malc Moore from Burbage near Hinckley, finished 5th in the Percy Stallard National Road Race series, at Milton Keynes, following his 6th place in the series event the week before, and will now aim for a Podium place in the overall Series.

Hinckley based Senior rider Oliver Searle is making a name for himself winning the 1485 Tri Club 10 mile Time Trial  on a standard Road Bike with a time of 23 minutes 15 seconds and then switched disciplines to finish 16th in the Owen Blower Memorial Road Race against 1st, 2nd and 3rd Cat riders.

More success for Team Enable-M.I.Racing–McCann riders in Mid Week Evening Time Trials–

Greg Ashley  won the Rugby R C.C. 10 ml event with a time of 23-09 on a very windy evening , this is Greg’s final event before competing in the Austrian Iron Man event along with team mate Zoe Shepherd..

In the Leamington C and A.C. event held on the Barford–Wellesbourne course– Andy Oliver was 2nd fastest with 23 mins 01 secs, Andy Jackson 4th  with 23-37 and Dave Ashworth finished with 27-17 riding a Standard Road machine.

At the Hinckley C.C. Ev T T  Simon Law was 2nd fastest with 21-44 , Mark Wise 3rd with 21-58 and Oliver Searle fastest on Std Road Bike with 23-33

3 riders from Team Enable–M.I.Racing–McCann—-Malc Moore–Didi Egerton–Warburton and Simon Law, have qualified for the World Cup Time Trial Championships to be held in Scotland as part of the World Cycling Championships week in August.

Event Organiser Mick Ives  is pleased to announce that the 56 ml. British Masters National Handicap Road Race Championships that he is organising on behalf of Team Enable  — M.I.Racing–McCann on Sunday 25th June at Napton ,S.Warks will be sponsored by NAPTON CIDERY

1st Prize will be BMCR Championship Jersey–Gold Medal —£100-00 and a special Trophy from Bush Mobility–Prizes down to 10th place–The event has attracted Riders from all over the U.K.

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