Cycling: Peel District Cycling Club recognises season’s best at awards presentation


Conor Leahy and Colin Rose the two stand out performers in Time Trials.

Luke Colum winners of Road Rider of the year as well as B grade Road Race and C grade Criterium Champion.

Conor Leahy on his way to setting the fastest time and overall win in the hilly time trial.
Conor Leahy and Colin Rose the two stand out performers in Time Trials. Luke Colum winners of Road Rider of the year as well as B grade Road Race and C grade Criterium Champion. Conor Leahy on his way to setting the fastest time and overall win in the hilly time trial.

CYCLISTS were celebrated at the Peel District Cycling Club Awards on Saturday.

With more than 80 awards spread over time trials, criteriums, road races and five different grades, there were a few names that appeared regularly.

In Time Trials, it was Colin Rose winning the summer time trial series overall and fastest time award.

He also won the Timekeepers Time Trial on standard (age based time), second fastest time as well as second overall and second fastest time in the Hilly Time Trial.

Conor Leahy was fastest rider in the Timekeepers Time Trial and took the win and fastest time in the Hilly Time Trial.

Leahy also showed his versatility winning the A grade Criterium Championship, with under-17 rider Oliver Bleddyn winning the B grade and Luke Colum the C grade Criterium Championship.

Alistair Milne won the Lara Devenish Memorial Trophy for the most combative rider during the last ring round at Smeaton Way in February.

The President’s Cup was awarded to Jordan Dawson, who also won the fastest time award and best under-17 rider.

Oliver Bleddyn finished third, had the second fastest time and was the second under-17 rider.

In the Road Race Championships, Theo Yates won A grade, Luke Colum won B grade and secured Road Rider of the Year for his consistent effort.

Jay Lindorff won C grade, was second in Road Rider of the year and took out the under-17 Road Rider award.

The summer racing series starts with the Rockingham Beach Cup Golden Cup this Saturday, before the Time Trial series kicks off on Sunday 19 November at Hopelands.

For more information visit pdcc.asn.au.

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