Surrey Cycle Racing League and agiskoviner.com host round 5 of the Sigma/Gizmondo South East Series next Monday Bank Holiday, May 30th, at Cutmill in Surrey.
Rob Hurd (Bioagrico) goes into round 5 with a 91 point advantage over 2nd placed rider, Gary Dodd (Sigma Sport), and a 169 point advantage over 3rd placed rider Chris McNamara (Tunbridge Wells RC). With both Dodd and McNamara away at the FBD Insurance RAS in Ireland, this should give Hurd the chance to extend his lead.
Sigma Sport/Gizmondo South East Series 2005 Overall Points after round 4
1 Rob Hurd Bioagrico Fabeler Selexion 305
2 Gary Dodd Sigma Sport RT 214
3 Chris McNamara Tunbridge Wells RC 136
4 Tony Gibb Team DFL 122
5 Joel Stewart agiskoviner.com 78
6 James Holland-Leader Agiskoviner.com 75
6 Duncan Urqhart Viner Bikes Agisko 75
8 Dan Smith Team DFL 50
8 Anders Christensen VC Meudon 50
10 Simon Lawn Sigma Sport RT 49
11 Warren Jesse VC Meudon 43
12 Chris Birch Evans Cycles RT 42
13 John Veness Evans Cycles RT 40
14 Yves Milliere Kingston Wheelers 38
15 Brett Perez agiskoviner.com 29
16 Daniel Duguid Evans Cycles RT 28
17 Toby Neave Liphook Cycles RT U23 26
17 Simon Cope Pacific Racing 26
19 Graeme Stone agiskoviner.com 24
19 Matt Melville Evans Cycles RT 24
21 Steve Calland Norwood Paragon CC 22
21 Adam Broyad VC Deal 22
23 Justin Hoy Evans Cycles RT 21
24 Steve Gower Pacific Racing Vet 18
25 Alex Atkins Evans Cycles RT U23 16
25 Chaz Hollosi Gemini BC 16
25 Stephen Skuse Kingsnorth International Vet 16
25 Simon McNamara Tunbridge Wells RC 16
29 Bryan Taylor VC de Londres 13
30 Steven Richards VC Meudon 12
31 Mark Sussex Tunbridge Wells RC 11
32 Adrian Goatley agiskoviner.com 10
33 Ashley Holding Tunbridge Wells RC Vet 9
34 Jon Sharples In Gear RT 8
34 Colin Tamon Tunbridge Wells RC Vet 8
34 Jonathan James Tunbridge Wells RC 8
37 Tony Kelly Addiscombe CC 7
37 Mark Daly Team Darenth 7
37 Martin Hulbert VC Meudon 7
40 William Bell Gemini BC 6
40 Ian Paine London Dynamo 6
40 Andrew Meilak poshbikes.com 6
43 Matt Smith Gemini BC 5
43 Jason Edwards Tunbridge Wells RC 5
45 Mickael Metayer Fit-For 4
46 Philip Riley Southborough & District 2
47 Keith Coffey Bec CC 1
47 Gavin Morton Charlotteville CC 1
47 Adam Gielniak Dulwich Paragon CC 1
47 Christopher Parlett Gemini BC 1
47 Seth Kay poshbikes.com 1
47 Paul Anderson South Western RC 1
47 Nigel Brazier VC Elan 1
47 Craig Wilson VC Meudon 1
47 Dave Creeggan VC Meudon 1
Rounds left to go:
Round 5 May Surrey League/agiskoviner.com (30.5.05) – Elstead, Surrey.
Round 6 July Les Ingman (3.7.05) – Bletchingly, Surrey.
Round 7 July Southborough & Dist (17.7.05) – Bells Yew Green, Kent.
Round 8 August Redhill CC 60th Anniversary (7.8.05) – Norwood Hill, Surrey
Round 9 September South East Road Race League/Dulwich Paragon (11.9.05) – Tenterden, Kent
Round 10 October Surrey League/Sigma Sport (9.10.05) – Ewhurst, Surrey.
Series sponsor information:
Sigma Sport is the well-known Kingston based cycle shop, offering top quality racing products online and direct to the public. They are a longstanding supporter of cycling in the south east through their association with the Surrey League and sponsorship of their own road team driven by the enthusiasm of partner Ian Wittingham.
Gizmondo is the world’s most powerful handheld multi-entertainment system. It delivers console-quality gaming, messaging via SMS, MMS, and email, MP3 music, MPEG4 movies, pictures via a digital camera, and has extremely powerful GPS hardware for gaming, satellite navigation, tracking, and location-based services. This British-developed device is currently launching in the UK followed by the rest of Europe and North America this spring.
Integra SP™ is a City based software and solutions provider specializing in interactive real time systems, most notably the award-winning AltioLive™ software. Through it’s global presence Integra SP supports customers and partners within the Finance, Energy Government and Public Sectors. Integra SP’s CEO, Sven Thiele is a member of VC Meudon and Sigma Sport and a regular competitor.
The London to Paris Charity Cycle Ride is an extremely challenging “Tour de France” style endurance ride for amateur riders, who want to help support charity. It is co-ordinated by volunteers and is non-profit making event, ensuring that every effort you and we put in gets to those that really need it. June 30th – July 3rd 2005. This year’s chosen charity is Schools for Children of Cambodia (SCC). SCC are a British registered charity funding free education programs in Cambodia.