Capital Cross Round 1- Presented by Pushys

Thanks to Hardy Lohse for the images from Round 1 of Capital Cross.  I hope you enjoyed the course that Patrick and I put together.   We worked really hard to try and put together a balanced course that had as many elements of cyclocross as possible.  All we need is a drop in sandpit and a set of flyovers over the canal and it would be the perfect venue.

CORCs Capital Cross was brought to you by the following CORC members, Dave, Helen, Richard, Patrick, Darryl, Tom, Andrew, Claire, Nigel and Pushys.  Thanks to everyone who pulled down the course as well.

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National Championships and NCXS Round 5 – Adelaide

We have put together a collection of media from the weekend of racing in Adelaide to let you relive the action.  Thanks to Kevin from Chameleon Photography who provided a sample of his work for the story.  Contact Kevin if you are keen to purchase any images.

Our collaboration with Cyclingtips continues, here is our take on the National Championships.

National Championships – Mulch Hill and Forest of Doom

 

Saturday’s images can be found here

Sunday – NCXS Round 5 Zombie Park

 

Sunday’s images can be found here.

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Brew Cup Ranking – 31st July

Ahead of the National Championships the BrewCX team have just recovered from running the National Rounds in Perth.  It’s a good thing as we need to update the rankings.  With some elite riders missing the racing in Perth we have had a reshuffling on top.

The names you see here in the Brew Cup ranking, will be the riders to watch this weekend in the National Championships.  We will let you name your own favourite from the list below.

In the female rankings it is no surprise to see April McDonough on top after 2 dominating rides in Perth.NCXS2LJWill Lisa stand on the top step again?

Rider Points
April McDonough 110
Melissa Anset 74
Lisa Jacobs 66
Kate Swain 37
Josie Simpson 34

In the men’s it is a similar story with Chris Jongewaard on top.  As a result of the other place getters mixing the results up in Perth, (Millburn 8th and 3rd) the gap to second place has extended.  When looking towards the U23 Jersey, Chris Aitken is in 8th and Tom Chapman in 10th 7 points behind.

Alby_JongewaardThe Men’s race is likely to be battled between Jongewaard and Iacuone

Rider Points
Chris Jongewaard 115
Adrian Jackson 83
Garry Millburn 71
Paul Redenbach 62
Alan Iacuone 58

With 40 points on offer for the National Championships, we should have a clear leader by Sunday night.

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Brew Cup Ranking- 9th July

Ahead of the national cyclocross series heading to Perth for the first time, we have updated the Brew Cup ranking following the first two rounds of the national series.

The racing in Perth will see two different course.  The first day of racing at the Midvale Speed Dome, will see a tight and twisty course with a mixture of grass, asphalt and a trip through the velodrome.  The second days racing will be held at Garvey Park in Belmont.  The course is situated on the Swan river and will include a combination of surfaces and sand.  The recent rain will have made an impact on this course.

Elite Women

Following back to back victories in Melbourne, it is no surprise to see national champion Lisa Jacobs on top of the rankings.  That being said the top 3 riders in the women’s ranking, all stood on the podium on both days in Melbourne.

NCXS2LJLisa Jacobs took back to back victories in Melbourne

With Jacobs a confirmed non-starter for the Perth NCXS rounds (on a holiday in France) and her nearest rivals, April McDonough and Melissa Anset have a great opportunity to build an advantage over Jacobs.

April McDonough is a favourite for the Perth NCXS races.  The technical skills she demonstrated will be to her advantage on the tight Speeddome course and challenging Garvey Park.

Name Points Rank Last Ranking
Lisa Jacobs
66
1
(6)
April McDonough
50
2
(4)
Melissa Anset
34
3
(8)
Sarah Holmes
28
4
(4)
Oenone Wood
26
5
(1)
Claire Aubrey
25
6
(2)
Amity McSwan
22
7
(3)
Jenny MacPherson
20
8
(2)
Penny Hosken
20
9
(No ranking)
Tory Thomas
18
10
(No ranking)
Tessa Fabry
10
11=
 
Anna Beck
10
11=
 
Kate Swain
10
11=
 
Josie Simpson
9
12
 
Phillipa Birch
7
13
 
 Lizanne Wilmot
6
14=
 
Em Parkes
6
14=
 
Connie Silvestri 
6
14=
 
Terri Rhodes
6
14=
 
Debra Denis
5
15
 
Helen Blackwell
4
16=
 
Sharon Heap
4
16=
 
Carla Franson
4
16=
 
 Annabel Cox
4
16=
 
Genevieve McKew
4
16=
 
Ella Brogan
2
17=
 
Christine Carter
2
17=
 
Diane Nelson
1
18=
 
Gemma Kernich
1
18=
 
Lucy Barker
1
18=
 

Elite Men

Following 2 great rides in Melbourne, the biggest mover and leader of the rankings is Allan Iacuone.  The top of the men’s ranking is a close affair with Iacuone, Jongewaard, Millburn and Jackson all separated by 10 points.  All four riders are on the start-list in Perth so some close racing should be assured.

NCXS2_AlbyAllan Iacoune

5th place rider Paul Redenbach rode consistently in Melbourne and should also be considered a contender.  With a significant running section expect on Sunday, Lewis Rattray European experience could be used to his advantage.

In places 12th and 15th we see the first West Australian riders, Craig Cooke and Peter Hatton.  Both riders will no doubt feature at the front of the racing.  Hatton took victory in Sydney last year whilst Cooke has represented Great Britain at the cyclocross world championships.

Name Points Rank Last Ranking
Allan Iacuone
58
1
(12)
Chris Jongewaard
55
2
(2)
Garry Millburn
52
3
(1)
Adrian Jackson
48
4
(6)
Paul Redenbach
34
5
(3)
Chris Hamilton
15
6
(No ranking)
Chris Aitken
14
7
(3)
Jade Lean
13
8
(7)
Shaun Lewis
12
9
(3)
Scott Wines
12
10
(3)
Tom Chapman
11
11
 
Craig Cooke
10
12=
 
Jason Chalker 
10
12=
 
Paul Van Der Ploeg
10
12=
 
Robbie McEwen
10
12=
 
Nick Both
9
13
 
Lewis Rattray
8
14
 
Andy Blair 
6
15=
 
Lawson Hartshorn
6
15=
 
Liam Jeffries
6
15=
 
Mark Chadwick
6
15=
 
Peter Hatton
6
15=
 
James Kennedy
4
16=
 
Karl Wilson
4
16=
 
Tom Patton
4
16=
 
Russell Collett
4
16=
 
Sid Taberlay
4
16=
 
Ben Henderson 
2
17=
 
Jason Smith
2
17=
 
Simon Dec
2
17=
 
Alex Revell
1
18=
 
Danny Hennessy 
1
18=
 
Aaron Dickford
1
18=
 
John Groves
1
18=
 
Justin Claridge
1
18=
 
Michael Potter
1
18=
 
Nick Morgan
1
18=
 
Tasman Nankervis
1
18=
 
Tom Clifton
1
18=

 

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National Cyclocross Series – Round 1 and 2

 

The first round of the National Cyclocross Series  was held at Cranwell Park, on a course that was flatter and firmer than last years national champs course at the same venue. The race also doubled as the Victorian state champs, adding extra spice to the masters division.

Masters 5+ men and masters women raced early, and Canberra’s Patrick Denis wearing the colours of the Telenet Fidea team was the star of the show, taking a big gap, and channelling the power and skill of his Belgian look-a-likes for the win in the over 50’s race, while Rebecca Pickett, Bianca Williamson and Kristen Theile took home the spoils in the masters women.

The course opened for practice, and over 150 riders poured onto the track for their first look at this years NCXS. With  hard braking downhill into tight hairpin turns, lots of off camber corners, 2 sets of stairs and a long steep climb, the course required both technical skill and excellent fitness.

The masters 30+ and 40+ men was a great battle with 3 of the 30+ riders forming a group early, while in the 40+, Mark Mos set out in pursuit of the leaders. A crash amongst the front 3 riders took out the 2 leaders, while BrewCX rider Paul Aubrey was on a different line and took his advantage. Mos went to the lead of the race with 2 to go and was not to be beaten. Local rider Nicholas ‘Spiro’ Edwards chased hard and caught Aubrey on the last lap taking the win in under 30’s.

The elite women were seeded in the order they finished the 2013 national series, but with the absence of defending champion Rowena Fry, Sarah Holmes was the number one seed, and National Champion Lisa Jacobs was equal favourite with Commonwealth games mountain bike selection Tory Thomas.

SarahHolmes

Sarah Holmes – Cornering Hard

Jacobs asserted her advantage from the start, coming from the second row to take a 5 second lead on the first lap. She was dominant, taking a strong win from April MacDonough, Melissa Anset and Thomas, who each rode on their own for the whole race.

The Men’s elite race was a deep field of over 70 riders, containing local favourites Adrian Jackson, Lewis Rattray, Chris Hamilton, Liam Jefferies, Paul Redenbach and Allan Iacuone along with interstate rivals Chris Jongewaard, Brew Cup leader Gary Milburn and Nick Both.

Milburn got his usual holeshot, but it was the favourite trio of Jackson, Jongewaard, and Iacuone who quickly distanced themselves from the rest of the field. Jackson was unable to hold on and was stuck in no man’s land while Jongewaard was keen to work with Alby to put more time into AJ. Once the pair were clear of the threat, they traded blows, and were able to match each other’s effort until Alby’s decisive attack during the last 200m.

Chris Hamilton worked his way back into the race to take third ahead of Jackson and Redenbach.

Alby_Jongewaard

Alby and Chris were like this for most of the race

Milburn

Garry Millburn

On Sunday, the awesome team from Dirty Deeds Cyclocross ran a national series race for the third time, on a track very similar to last year’s national series course in Darebin Parklands. It was great to see such a strong field turn out for all the grades, and loads of kids finding out about the joys of cyclocross. This is a real strength of the Dirty Deeds series, and one that every cyclocross promoter in Australia should be taking their lead from.

With a tighter course than Saturday we expected to see closer racing in the Elite Women. Saturday’s winner, Lisa Jacobs expected that the more technical nature of the course would suit her higher skilled rivals. As soon as the gun went, the battle was on and it was a surprise to see Mel Anset get the holeshot.  April McDonough made her way forward very quickly and joined the Aussie Champ Jacobs. By the end of the first lap, Jacobs and McDonough had a gap over Anset, with last years winner here, Sarah Holmes seemingly off the pace. With great skills through the barriers and tight corners, McDonough was putting Jacobs under pressure. The open and climbing sections were to the advantage of the National Champion and we saw Jacobs open a small advantage, which she was able to hold on the more technical sections due to her much improved cornering. With small gaps between most riders it turned into a great battle all the way to the line. Jacobs’ strength proved her advantage and she took victory ahead of McDonough and Anset, with Holmes 4th and Penny Hosken 5th. A notable mention goes to Josie Simpson who rode out of her skin in 6th, just seconds behind 5th.

NCXS2LJ

Lisa Jacobs – Takes another victory

NCXS2_Proud

Proud – Courtenay, the skinsuit and Josie

The Elite men’s race was expected to produce similar fireworks to Saturday’s, but the flatter course allowed for a closer battle as less explosive riders were able to hang on. Chris Jongewaard led the field out, getting the jump over holeshot specialist, Garry Milburn, with Allan “Alby” Iacuone, Adrian “AJ” Jackson and Paul Redenbach joining the pair at the front, with Lewis Rattray leading the chase with seemingly the entire Focus team. The leading 5 stayed together for the first half of the race, with AJ and Jongewaard trading attacks, and Iacuone leading the chase each time. Jongewaard pushed slightly too hard, crashing in the mud by the bottom of the course, and Jackson was able to capitalise, dropping his companions, with only Alby able to chase. By this time, a great crowd was forming on the off camber uphill corner, and some great heckles were being thrown out, really contributing to the excellent atmosphere of the race. From here, Jackson was able to use his skills as an elite mountain biker to stretch Iacuone and eventually break him to take his first national series victory since Sydney in 2012. Iacuone was second, Jongewaard caught Paul Redenbach late in the race to take 3rd.  Garry Millburn rode solo for the second half of the race to take 5th.

NCXS2_Men_StartMen’s Start

NCXS2_Jong_JumpLap 1 TrafficNCXS2_LeadGroupA select lead group of 5 formed

NCXS2_ServiceThe definition of Neutral Service – Monza’s Leigh DeLuca assists Shimano powered Trek rider Ben BradleyNCXS2_AlbyAlby looking good in the National Champions skinsuit

NCXS2_AJAJ looking lonely as he solos to victory

NCXS2_Torq

It was a great weekend of racing, and thanks go to the organisers, and especially the volunteers that give up their race to make the events happen.

The national series continues in Perth in 3 weeks, with BrewCX being central to the organisation of that round. It promises to be a great event, and we will have previews of the course up early next week.

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Tested: Trek Crockett 5 Disc

About The Bike

The bike on test was a Trek Crockett 5 Disc, which sits in the middle of Trek’s cyclocross range. Above it sits the recently released Boone, which is now the weapon of choice for Sven Nys and Katie Compton. On the other end of the range is the commuter oriented Crossrip. The capabilities of the Crockett range are clearly illustrated by the fact Katie Compton has ridden the bike to World Cup victories and World Championship podiums.

The Crockett is manufactured from aluminium and finished with a catching pearlescent white paint job. Considering the bike on test is part has been part of Trek’s demo range and ridden daily for the past few months, I was impressed by how well the finish has held up.

The front end of the bike features a tapered head tube which is now standard on most ‘cross bikes. The fork has a larger than normal rake, however the rake is offset with rear racing dropouts. The aim is to manage the ride quality, much like old school steel forks. The disc brakes bosses are direct mount with the use of cylindrical spacers which is a really nice and simple finishing touch.

The frame has a massive elliptical downtube that is open at the bottom bracket. This design simplifies the the internal routing of the front derailleur cable. The rear brake has the ability to be run internally or externally, the later option would simplify the set up hydraulic systems. The bottom bracket shell supports an internal BB86.5 bottom bracket. The chain stays have been directly butted to the BB shell, so the frame lacks any shelf to gather mud. The rear derailleur cable is also internally routed through the top tube for a nice clean finish. The rear brake calliper is mounted internally, which improves heel clearance and mud guard mounting.

The last feature of the frame that deserves a mention is the simple integration of mud guard mounts. The threaded bosses when matched with the eyelet allow quick and easy mudguard installation. In my books this is a simple additional that massively improves the bikes versatility. I am impressed that this feature also make it’s way to the Boone.

The groupset on the bike is Shimano 105 with FSA Energy cranks which is standard at the $2000 price point. The brakes are Avid BB5s with 160mm rotors front and back. Bontrager supply a tubeless ready centerlock wheelset, and tyres. The bike has been finished with Bontrager components, a catching blue anodised seat clamp and headset spacers along with an integrated chain catcher.

Riding the Bike
Before taking the bike out for its madmen voyage I decided to test how “tubeless ready” the rims were. With my benchmark tubeless ready Kenda Slant 6s, a very tight fit was achieved and the tyres were inflated first time with a track pump. After the “overnight at 60psi” test failed, closer inspection revealed that the joint in the rim was leaking air. This was simply resolved by making sure the joint was the lowest point next time the tyre was inflated. I was happy with the system and tested in the field.  No issues were experienced at all with the setup

Unfortunately my first ride on the Crockett was frustrating, lots of little things annoyed me. The front brake rubbed when ever I got out of the saddle, the cables got in the way of my hands and rubbed my knees. On top of this I was suffering out the back of the group all day long. I was disappointed as on paper the bike was awesome but I wasn’t blown away riding it. My main issue was that bike lacked the snappy acceleration you expect on a ‘cross bike. I felt my heavier everyday ride, jumped out of the corners quicker. By the end of the ride my shoulders definitely didn’t agree to 44cm bars after 15years of 42s.

Once I had recover from my suffering, I closely examined the bike. The following changes were made.
1. The cable were fixed with electrical tape. (In the bikes defence, it is a demo bike that needs to suit all sizes and shapes. As I had the stem slammed there was excess cable that could easily be shortened).
2. Swapped out the wheels with my Stan IronCross wheelset, this dropped 800g of the bike.
3. Adjusted the front brake and crossed my fingers. (As I have a love hat relationship with the Avid BB brakes.)

My next outing on the Crockett was a 30min hit out on a combination of both Capital Cross courses. It didn’t take long for the bike to make sense to me, and live up to my earlier expectations.

The race wheels single handily transformed the bike. It had the snappy acceleration that you expect from a ‘cross bike. It felt like the power you laid down, you got back in forwards and sometimes sideways motion. I found myself riding in a punching fashion, I was rapidly burning my box of matches and having fun in the process.

The handling was a standout of the bike. The bike changed direction with ease, even through the nastiest switchback combinations. The steering was very precise, which can be attributed to the massive head tube. Time and time again it would go exactly where I pointed it. The most fun was had railing the fast off camber corners. The predictable agility of the bike was a standout and is not something I have found in all the bikes I have ridden over the years.

As we all know, ‘cyclcross isn’t all about riding the bike, sometimes you have to run. The elliptical shape of the downtube could have been implemented to aid in lifting the bike and/or improved mud clearing abilities as a mate suggested. The flatted top tube gave good purchase for quick dismounts.

The Verdict
The the bike does a great job of hitting the sub $2000 price point (RRP $1999). The frame is exceptionally presented and the components specced do the job well. Little things like the mud guard eyelets set it apart from the masses. In terms of handling, the geometry is refined for the demands of ‘cross. With light wheels on, I had a blast racing round the park. All and all the package has great potential.

Now to address my criticism of the wheel set. In order to hit the price point some compromises must be made, the wheelset is how it is done with the Crockett. This is no different to the CAADX that Greg and Claire ride, or the Crux we reviewed(which is up in the next price bracket), all of which have been exclusively raced with light wheels.  If you race the bike regularly getting a set of race wheels will be your first upgrade if you don’t have some already. Presenting the bike with nice wheels would put it in a whole new price bracket. The conclusion I have drawn is the factory wheels are great for commuting and every day riding, and it is no different to any of its peers.  From a usability perspective the success I had run the wheelset tubeless was an added benefit.

In terms of fit, the bike was a little big for me. I sit between a 56 and 58. After reviewing the Crockett, I would select a 56, not the 58 on test. The measurement from the saddle to tops of the bike fitted, but the reach on the 44cc bars was the problem in my case. For most people over 180cm 44cc bars makes sense, much like putting short cranks on small bikes. It was confirmed that the 56 bike comes with my preferred 42cc bars.

In summary the Trek Crockett is a well presented bike with attention to detail that helps differentiate the bike from others in the price bracket.  If you are after a bike to ride to work all winter and race when ever you can, the Crockett is well worth considering.

______________________

Word and Photos – Paul Aubrey

Disclaimer: Trek provided this bike for review.  Trek do no advertise on this site or sponsor any events we are associated with.

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Brew Cup – Ranking 16th June 2014

Here is the first edition of the Brew Cup, our foray into developing a National ranking that spans more than the national series.  The following C2 events were used to determine the ranking.

  • Capital Cross Round 3 (ACT)
  • Dirty Deed Prologue (VIC)
  • Dirty Deeds Round 1(VIC)
  • Manly Warringah Cycling Club Subaru Active CX Round 1 (NSW)
  • Manly Warringah Cycling Club Subaru Active CX CX Round 2 (NSW)
  • Newcastle CX Round 2 (NSW)
  • Nundah CX (QLD)
  • Crossfire Cup Round 1 (SA)
  • Crossfire Cup Round 2 (SA)
  • Superwestige Round 1 (WA)

We hope this gives you an idea of riders to watch out over the the first weekend of racing in the National Series.  Saturday will see riders back at Cranwell Park, the venue that hosted the National Championship.  The love it or hate it course, will be a great chance to see our National Champions display their jerseys in an ever growing field.  There is no doubt that the team from Dirty Deeds will put on a great course at Darebin Parklands.  If the turn out from last years race is anything to go by, it is a day not to be missed.

Elite Female

As of Saturday afternoon 14th June, the Number 1 ranked rider, Oenone Wood, was a confirmed non-starter for the first leg of the national round.  Making the trip to Melbourne for the mother of 3 kids under 5 is a big call.  Watch out ladies when the racing comes to Sydney though!

In equal second we see Jenny MacPherson who has dominated the Crossfire Cup, taking victories in both rounds.  Proving that Mums make good ‘cross riders, Canberra’s Claire Aubrey has ridden strong in both Canberra and Sydney, recently taking a victory over Wood in Sydney.

Nats - Jenny MacJenny MacPherson – Took victory in the Vets race at the national championships in 2013

In third place we see the first Victorian, Amity McSwan. Amity took out the Dirty Deeds Prologue and finished strongly in the first round.  One thing is for sure, there is a great depth of field in the Victorian CX scene, that will be show cased on the weekend.

World Championships representatives Lisa Jacobs and Mel Anset, both side lower in the ranks by virtue of only attending 1 race where they placed second and third respectively. On that occasion it was April McDonough who took a stellar victory.  April is a rider to look out for.

Name Points Rank
Oenone Wood (NSW)
26
1
Jenny MacPherson (SA)
20
2=
Claire Aubrey (ACT)
20
2=
Amity McSwan (VIC)
12
3
Kate Swain (WA)
10
4=
Sarah Homes (SA)
10
4=
April McDonough (VIC)
10
4=
Anna Beck (QLD)
10
4=
Phillipa Birch
7
5
Lizanne Wilmot
6
6=
Terri Rhodes
6
6=
Lisa Jacobs
6
6=
Em Parkes
6
6=
Connie Silvestri 
6
6=
Debra Denis
5
7
Tessa Fabry
4
8=
Sharon Heap
4
8=
Melissa Anset
4
8=
Genevieve McKew
4
8=
Helen Blackwell
4
8=
Carla Franson
4
8=
Annabel Cox
4
8=
Ella Brogan
2
9=
Christine Carter
2
9=
Gemma Kernich
1
10=
Diane Nelson
1
10=
Lucy Barker
1
10=

Elite Male

Having dominated racing in NSW recently, it is no surprise to see Garry Millburn at the top of the rankings.  Garry has taken victories in Sydney twice and Newcastle.  Over the last 2 weekends, he has been pushed all the way my Newcastle’s Chris Atiken.  Only time will tell to see how Millburn’s form translates on the national stage.

Much like MacPherson, Adelaide’s Chris Jongewaard has dominated the quality field in the first 2 rounds of the Crossfire Cup.  Hopefully Jongewaard will make the trip over to Melbourne and challenge Millburn and the ever strong Victorian contingent.

In equal third with have Paul Redenbach (Vic) who has performed consistently in the first 2 rounds of the Dirty Deeds series, he took advantage of  Adrian Jackson’s crash to take a recent victory.  As mentioned earlier, Chris Aitken has been keeping Garry Millburn honest in both Sydney and his home town Newcastle while Sydney’s Scott Wines has been posting consistent top 5 results which see him near the top of the ladder.  Last but not least we have Shaun Lewis who we can count on the animate racing when we head to Melbourne this weekend.

Of special interest is the performance of Mark Chadwick who has placed fourth behind both Millburn and Jongewaard.  This along is strong confirmation of the depth of fields that are developing in the Australian CX scene.

CX rd 3 29 March 032Garry Millburn – Getting ready for Koksijde? Photo: Hardy Lohse

Name Points Rank
Garry Millburn (NSW)
30
1*
Chris Jongewaard (SA)
20
2
Paul Redenbach (Vic)
12
3=
Scott Wines (NSW)
12
3=
Chris Aitken (NSW)
12
3=
Shaun Lewis (SA)
12
3=
Paul Van Der Ploeg (Vic)
10
4=
Jason Chalker (ACT)
10
4=
Robbie McEwen (Qld)
10
4=
Craig Cooke (WA)
10
4=
Alan Iacone (Vic)
8
5
Liam Jefferies
6
6=
Adrian Jackson
6
6=
Mark Chadwick
6
6=
Andy Blair 
6
6=
Lawson Hartshorn
6
6=
Peter Hatton
6
6=
Tom Chapman
5
7=
Jade Lean
5
7=
Tom Patton
4
8=
Karl Wilson
4
8=
Sid Taberlay
4
8=
James Kennedy
4
8=
Nick Both
3
9
Lewis Rattray
2
10=
Ben Henderson 
2
10=
Jason Smith
2
10=
Simon Dec
2
10=
John Groves
1
11=
Nick Morgan
1
11=
Aaron Dickford
1
11=
Michael Potter
1
11=
Danny Hennessy 
1
11=
Justin Claridge
1
11=
Tom Clifton
1
11=

* For all riders, the best 3 Cat 2 results are counted.  Garry Millburn was the only rider to have been allocated points from 4 events.

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