Tough Conditions for the Club 5 TT

A very good turn out in what were very wet & cold conditions saw 16 riders compete in the Leek CC 5 mile TT.  Run on the tough course from Rushton Spencer to Leek, which includes the Hanging Gate Climb, it was Andy Magnier of the Giordana Racing Team who was first on the night with a time of 12:59, followed by Jon White of Kidsgrove Wheelers in second with a time of 13:17 & Rob Howson of Leek CC in third with a time of 13:21. Congratulations to Andy and well done to Rob who is the Club 5 TT champion. Great effort also to everybody who took part, in what were very testing conditions with a block head wind all the way in and driving rain.  After the TT club members & supporters enjoyed a well deserved meal at the The White Lion Pub in Leek.  Special thanks to everybody who helped make the event a success & hopefully the weather will be alot better next year.

  1. Andy Magnier   12:59      Giordana Racing Team
  2. Jon White         13:17      Kidsgrove Wheelers
  3. Rob Howson    13: 21     Leek CC
  4. Rich Whalley    13:35      Leek CC
  5. Rich Coghill      14:05     Leek CC
  6. Karl Clay           14:25     Leek CC
  7. Mark Allen          14:26    Congleton CC
  8. Alex Coates       14:50    Lyme RC
  9. Rich Coates      15:06     Leek CC
  10. Nick Avin            15:07    Leek CC
  11. Paul Barratt       15:15    Leek CC
  12. Barry Riley         15:19    Leek CC
  13. Dan Noble          15:28    Leek CC
  14. Steve Sladin       15:30    Congleton CC
  15. Daniel Yarnold    16:33    Leek CC
  16. Rob Langford      20:21   Congleton CC

rob useRob Howson (Left) this years winner of the Leek CC 5 Mile TT Championships

DANUSEDan Noble battling the tough conditions on the way into Leek

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