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ProNoctis cycle team win team award in Tour Series Races opening round at Guisborough



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After the ProNoctis/Rotor/RedChilliiBikes/HeidiKjeldsen successful trip to Belguim last week, the team returned to the UK to participate in the Tour Series Races.

The first was at Guisborough, North Yorkshire, where Jo Tindley took second and Lucy Ellmore third after being in a breakaway for most of the Elite Women's Race.

The rest of the team all finished in the main field.

ProNoctis/Rotor/RedChilliiBikes/HeidiKjeldsen success at the Tour Series in Guisborough. (56501912)
ProNoctis/Rotor/RedChilliiBikes/HeidiKjeldsen success at the Tour Series in Guisborough. (56501912)

With three riders in the first team to finish, ProNoctis took the overall team award going into round two in Galashiels

in Scotland.

Newark's Isabel Darvill finished 16th and was fourth in the team to finish.

The series of seven is available to watch on YouTube Tour Series Channel Live Stream, normally at 6pm or ITV4 the following day at 7pm.

ProNoctis/Rotor/RedChilliiBikes/HeidiKjeldsen success at the Tour Series in Guisborough. (56501910)
ProNoctis/Rotor/RedChilliiBikes/HeidiKjeldsen success at the Tour Series in Guisborough. (56501910)

Jack Levick, of the Rose Race Team, continued his impressive winning ways by finishing first in the Rossington Wheelers 9.5-mile time trial near Thirsk, Yorkshire.

He finished in a time of 18 minutes 52 seconds, beating the second placed rider by more than a minute.

Jack then competed in The Timmy James Memorial Men's Race, based at the Witham on the

Hill Preparatory School, near Bourne, but unfortunately punctured and retired from the race.

The event was in memory of 23-year-old Tim James, from Bourne, who was a very talented cyclist with a bright future who died of a very rare form of cancer.

Newark Castle Cycling Club's first year junior Florence Lissaman rode in the inaugural Junior/Under 23 Women's National Road Series Event against most of the UK`s leading riders and unfortunately did not finish.

She has a steep learning curve, coming straight out of school girl level races to this level of racing, but should get into it after a few more races.

The event was run in the morning on the same day and venue as the Timmy James Men's Race.

Charly Hoyle, racing for the Ashfield Road Club finished second in the under-16 Boys' Race in round two of the ZipVit/Lichfield City Cycling Club Youth Races at Curborough.

He was sixth in the under-16 Boys' Race in round one of the Mallory Park Youth Road Race League.



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