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Cycling

Third for Brand-Barker on Whinlatter

THE second event of the inaugural West Coast Mountain Bike Orienteering series was held in Whinlatter.

Last updated 9 July 2009
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Fast times set on second race night

LAKELAND Sprinters staged their second of this year’s race nights at the Rowrah Karting Stadium.

Last updated 9 July 2009
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New Cumbrian bike racing venue goes down a storm

scratch 1 1007 A CUMBRIAN venue for the exciting sport of downhill mountain bike racing hosted its first event in the Northern Downhill series.

Last updated 9 July 2009
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Change of route for Tuesday time trial

powe 1007 THE Tuesday evening time trial started from Cockermouth School down to Embleton and left up past Higham Hall, to the top of the hill then down the fast descent to finish just before the junction with the main road, an eight-mile course giving riders a change from the A66 and one for the climbers but tough for most.

Last updated 9 July 2009
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Brian Payton excels in time trial

payton 0307 VELO Club Cumbria’s Brian Payton raced to third in the first ever open 100-mile time trial in West Cumbria.

Last updated 2 July 2009
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Times tumble for young bike riders at Rowrah

baron A SUPERB evening of racing at Rowrah Karting Stadium saw over half of the 51 riders achieve personal best times in the 1km and 500 metre time trial events.

Last updated 2 July 2009
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West Cumbria's first 100-mile cycling time trial

WEST Cumbria’s first ever open 100-mile cycling time trial takes to the road tomorrow afternoon.

Last updated 26 June 2009
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West Cumbrian time trial gives riders wings

THE midges were out in force for the 10-mile time trial at Thornthwaite which maybe helped some of the riders to go faster.

Last updated 26 June 2009
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Faster and ever faster those riders go

IN SPITE of heavy rain almost all day long, the sun and wind came out just in time to dry out the new track at Rowrah Karting Stadium for Lakeland Sprinters’ weekly coaching and race meeting.

Last updated 25 June 2009
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Times continue to tumble at Rowrah

A FANTASTIC evening of development coaching and racing was had by the 40 or so riders who attended Lakeland Sprinters’ meet at Rowrah Kart Stadium.

Last updated 18 June 2009
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Payton takes 50-mile cycle championship

payton 1906 VELO Club Cumbria held its 50-mile time trial championship at the weekend. This was an open event and a counter in the national best all rounder competition and attracted nearly 50 cyclists from the north of England.

Last updated 18 June 2009
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Lakeland bikers show race speed

THE first full-blown race night of Lakeland Sprinters’ 2009 season took place at Rowrah Karting Stadium.

Last updated 12 June 2009
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Cockermouth Chris leads the way in new cycling sport

Baker-Brand 1206 COCKERMOUTH teenager Chris Brand-Barker is leading West Cumbria in a new sport of moutain bike orienteering.

Last updated 12 June 2009
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Cumbrian man's gold cycling event

sean 0506 WORKINGTON man Sean Hoban cycled his way into the gold category at a huge three-day sportive event.

Last updated 4 June 2009
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Times tumble in cycling trials

THE combined attractions of half-term holidays and Manchester Utd v Barcelona on the television meant that only a small but select field of 16 riders took to the track at Rowrah Kart Stadium last Wednesday for the third Lakeland Sprinters event of the year.

Last updated 4 June 2009
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New best cycling times at Rowrah despite wind

A GROWING field of 41 riders met at Rowrah Kart Stadium at the second Lakeland Sprinters cycling meet of the season.

Last updated 29 May 2009
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Robinson powers to 10km Embleton cycling victory

VELO Club Cumbria’s Tuesday night 10-mile time trials at Embleton for all wishing to test themselves against the clock are gaining in popularity with several new riders starting.

Last updated 29 May 2009
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Bikers back on track for a summer’s racing ar Rowrah

THE first cycle racing of the Lakeland Sprinters 2009 season took place at Rowrah Karting Stadium.

Last updated 22 May 2009
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Locals fill top three places on Cockermouth cycle ride

LANCASTER Cycling Club staged the first 50-mile time trial of this season on the Cockermouth course – two laps to Keswick and back.

Last updated 21 May 2009
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Stobart drivers pedal the Frank Whitton challenge

whitton 1505 STOBART VK M-Sport Ford’s Matthew Wilson and Scott Martin put their extensive fitness training to the test when they completed the 112-mile Fred Whitton Challenge cycle event over some of the toughest peaks in the Lake District.

Last updated 14 May 2009
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