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Boston Wheelers CC


Boston Wheelers
Our club has promoted cycling in Boston for over 77years. Over the years we have had some very successful riders in all disciplines. We also promote events in and around the area. At present we promote 6 open time trials, a round of the lincs league cyclo cross, more than any other local clubs. Also our members marshall for other clubs in the area helping to promote our sport.
We have just started to develop our Junior side of the club. we have 1 Go-Ride coach and are in the process of becoming a British Cycling Go-Ride club. Though our juniors regularly race in all disciplines and take part in coaching with Spalding and Sleaford with all 3 clubs coaches working together.
We have a successful team of racers at all levels taking part in timetrial, road races, grass track, track, BMX, cyclo-cross, mountain biking and sportives
Over the past year the club riders have won the team LRRA 25, LRRA 50, LRRA 100 as well as the Lincs Cyclo cross U12 champ for the past 4 years and Under 16 girl Champ, plus BMX national series 3rd U10.
Also lots of wins and top placings in open time trials and other events.
We also have a Sunday Club run starting from Boston main Post Office
A 10 mile time trial league on thursdays at 7pm meet at the layby on old Gosberton Road. Club record is 21.56
once a fortnight there is Go-Ride coaching and circuit racing at Barkston Heath.
Everyone is welcome. We have a wide range of members from 7 - 70.
Any information please contact the club secretary (Dave Grayson, see Contact us) or e-mail


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Mildenhall Cycling Rally
25th August - 27th August
Under 16's and Ladies
Pippa and Lennox Saint raced on this day taking on a series of grass track events including 400m TT, 3K (Ladies), Devils, and many more.
This was a new discipline to both riders whilst Lennox was riding Jack Mitchell's track bike which was a bit big but he lead most races until the sprints where we decided his bike was overgeared for him but at least he didn't crash with no brakes.
400m Handicap Final - 2nd
Juvenile Omnium (Overall), Category C (Under 12s) - 4th
Ladies and Men
Charlie Porter, Pippa and Pete Saint rode on Sunday. Charlie rode the National 800m Championship, and also took part in the fun events of the day including the slow bike race with a difference (the difference being you could only use one arm and one leg) and the Mens World Hoop Championship (a race very much like musical chairs but with the riders having to get their back wheels in the hoop). Pete came 6th in the Unknown Distance and Pippa came 6th in the ladies World Hoop Championship.
The day was finished off by a Team Sprint and Team Pursuit. Charlie, Pete, Pippa and Lennox made up the Boston Wheelers team for the team pursuit having to ride 3k making sure 3 riders crossed the finish line. Pippa was to lead the first half lap but had a bad start when her foot came unclipped but soon recovered and joined the back of the team. Lennox dropped off the back after 2 laps leaving pippa, charlie and pete to finish the race. Pippa soon tired and was struggling to stay on charlie's wheel but with the help from her dad managed to finish the race.
Pete, Charlie and guest rider Tom Ibbit from suningdale cc rode the TEam pursuit with each rider leading the sprint for one lap. Pete rode the first lap followed by Tom and Charlie as the anchorman finished the pursuit beating local team Spalding CC.
Ladies and Men
The day started off with a children's cyclo-cross seeing jake in 2nd and also lennox in 2nd whilst bryony had a sprint finish.
It was then the senior madison with Pete and Charlie pairing with riders pulled out of a hat, lennox riding with Bradley Burbridge and Pippa pairing with Fliss Saint. All riders finished the event but am not sure of results.
Grass track started at 12pm with a 400m TT for the men. Pippa came 4th in the ladies 1500m scratch race and went on to win the pair hoop championship with will hare (spalding cc) Pete came 8th in the hare and hounds whilst Pippa also came 8th in the Ladies Block Handicap after being put in the scratch group. In the 800m handicap Pete came 4th in his heat whilst Charlie won his and went through to the final. Pippa then went on to win the Ladies 800m handicap.
An overall good weekend for Boston Wheelers. Full Results to follow on the messageboard

Brocklesby 10 TT
4th August 07
Well done to Paul Hutchinson for 1st handicap and Paul Griffiths for 3rd VET std. Fastest Boston Wheeler was James Harness with 22.24. J Ramsbottom (Scunthorpe Poly CC) won with 20.19
For full results please see the messageboard

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National 12 Hour
29th July 2007 - Yorkshire

It was nice and warm with a slight breeze 4 hours into the race and Pete Saint and the rest of the riders were going well and by 4hours 20 he had done just over 100 miles.
By 7 hours there was suggestion that he had done 167miles.
At 9hours20 he had been suffering but had got a new set of wings for the last couple of hours and had completed about 203miles.
In the last half an hour it had just started to rain but he still managed to finish with a provisional mileage of 250.58.
Kevin Dawson (Pinarello RT) won with a provisional mileage of 291.49

Yorkshire Ladies CA 10
V718 at Hull
22nd July 07
Jim Boyle, Pete Saint and Paul Griffiths took part and came home with Jim gaining a new club record of 20.11
Pete did a 21.29 and Paul did a 21.52
Carl Saint (Yorkshire RC) won with 19.11

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First race of the season: 23.09.07 at Quibell Park
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