The Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Final Road Race of the 2018 season was held at Southside with a Criterium organized by Team Tokio.
Kwame Curling won the Adult A Division race when he and his V.T Construction – Madison teammate Dominique Mayho broke away from the pack and gradually increased their lead. Curling was clocked at 35:06.3, while Mayho was clocked at 36:07.6. Darren Glasford finished third in a sprint finish with a time of 36:56.6.
Rose-Anne Hoey would win the Women’s Division race when she recorded a time of 32:46.4, Louise Wells was second in 32:47.8 and Maddie Durkin was third in 32:49.7.
Garth Fleming won the Adult B Division race when he held off a strong challenge from a chasing pack. Fleming was clocked at 37:21.3, Simon Hanrahan was second in 37:22.2 and Chequan Richardson crossed the line third in a time of 37:22.3.
Ricky Smith won the Adult C Division with a time of 32:45.1, Frank Ming was second in 32:45.8 and Nazarai Fox was third stopping the clock in a time of 32:45.9.
Adult A Division
36:06.3 Kwame Curling - V.T Construction - Madison 36:07.6 Dominique Mayho - V.T Construction - Madison 36:56.6 Darren Glasford - Winners Edge 36:57.6 Adam Kirk - Winners Edge 36:57.6 Steve Smith - V.T Construction - Madison 36:58.1 Alex Miller - Winners Edge 37:00.8 Fabian Schonenberg - Tokio DNF Ziani Burgesson - V.T Construction – Madison
Adult B Division
37:21.3 Garth Fleming – Tokio 37:22.2 Simon Hanrahan - Winners Edge 37:22.3 Chequan Richardson - Bicycle Works 37:22.5 Liam Flannery - Tokio 37:22.6 Tommy Marshall - BCA 37:23.9 Clifford Roberts - Bicycle Works 37:28.9 Peter Dunne - Independent 37:29.3 Mark Lombardi - Tokio 37:36.7 Adam Hopkin - Tokio DNF Anthony Bartley - Winners Edge DNF Otis Ingham - Winners Edge DSQ Alan Mooney - Tokio
Adult C Division
32:45.1 Ricky Smith - Winners Edge 32:45.8 Frank Ming - Bicycle Works 32:45.9 Nazarai Fox - BCA 32:46.0 Rhys Pearce - Independent 32:47.2 Will Peckett - Tokio 32:47.8 Thomas Quarterly - BCA 32:48.6 John Thompson - Tokio 32:49.6 Keiran Malott - Independent 32:51.9 Steven Wells - Independent
32:46.5 Rose-Anne Hoey - V.T Construction – Madison 32:47.8 Louise Wells - Winners Edge 32:49.7 Maddie Durkin - Tokio DNF Liana Medeiros - Winners Edge
23:43.1 Darren Glasford - Winners Edge 23:43.6 Simon Hanrahan - Winners Edge 23:47.1 Alan Mooney - Tokio 23:48.6 Peter Dunne - Independent 23:51.0 Steve Smith - V.T Construction - Madison 23:52.6 Anthony Bartley - Winners Edge 23:51.8 Ricky Smith - Winners Edge 24:58.5 Otis Ingham - Winners Edge 24:59.1 Steven Wells - Independent 25:00.8 Frank Ming - Bicycle Works
Junior A Division
22:14.6 Rory Fleming – BCA 22:14.6 Enshe-Nico Davis - BCA 24:08.6 Ava Gabai-Maiato - Tokio
Junior B Division
21:06.7 Jake Smith – Tokio 22:56.8 Harris Fleming - BCA 23:23.4 Tom Wells 23:23.6 Ben Wells
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Couper Finishes 4th in 80 Mile Age Group Division
Ashley Couper would finish 14th in the Ladies Field competing in the Hincapie Gran Fondo 2018 Gran 80 Mile race.
Couper clocked a time of 5:09:39.3, Couper had an average speed of 15.37mph.
Couper would finish 4th in the Women’s 40 – 49 Age Group Division.
Sunday, October 14, 2018
BBA Road Race Round Up
Jamie Cousins crossed the line first in the Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Road Race that saw participants compete on a course that started and finished at the T.N. Tatem Middle School.
But Cousins was not the winner, Darren Glasford was declared the winner. The race saw a Sprint Competition included as riders were award points for sprinting each lap.
Cousins edged out Adam Kirk at the line, Cousins was clocked at 1:52:16, with Kirk clocked at 1:52:17, Glasford was one of five riders to clock a time of 1:53:25, but he was declared the third place finisher.
But Glasford would stand on top of the podium in the A-B Division, with Cousins second and Fabian Schoenberg was third.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
White & Conyers Win Medals in Caribbean Championships
Conor White and Caitlin Conyers competed in the Elite Caribbean Cycling Championships Individual Time Trial event in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and captured Silver and Bronze medals in their respective categories.
White is in his first year out of juniors, raced in the Under 23 event over 30 kilometers, finishing in a time of 40:40. White’s time was the fifth fastest of all the men and was made more impressive in that the result was achieved in a torrential downpour.
Conyers, in her first international race representing Bermuda, turned in an impressive 20 kilometer ride, covering the distance in 30:13. With the women starting earlier than the men they were able to avoid the worst of the day’s weather and the top three all produced average speeds over 24.5 mph.
In addition to the regional heads of cycling, David Lappartient, President of the International Cycling Union is attending the Regional Championships and was on hand today to present Medals to Conyers and White.
Friday, October 12, 2018
Bermuda Cyclist Heading to Elite Caribbean Championships
Bermuda Cyclist headed to Dominican Republic for Elite Caribbean Cycling Championships sporting the new colors for Bermuda Sports, the 2018 Elite Caribbean Cycling Championships are set to take place October 13th & 14th
Caitlin Conyers, Gabby Arnold, Conor White and Dominique Mayho will fly the Bermuda flag at the Regional Championships.
Conyers and White will compete in the Time Trial and the Road Race while Arnold and Mayho will tackle the Road Race.
The event includes classifications for Under 23 riders (racing age 19-22) as well as the Elite Titles in both disciplines.