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Evening Series – Hill Climb

A beautiful late summer evening awaited the ‘grimpeurs’ on the Hill Climb, sadly the last event of the summer season. Sixteen brave riders tackled the ‘Col de Legsheath Lane’ with two riders achieving a PB. But a big congratulations to Matthew Ferguson from Redhill CC who took Henry Latimer’s course record set back in 2016, by over a second.

A big thanks to all our timekeepers and marshalls this season and ever present pusher off Richard and of course our good friends from Oxted CC.


Matthew Ferguson Redhill CC 05:07.4 ** Course Record **
Chris Balkham OCC 05:20.3
Josh Guest OCC 05:28.3
Ben Elliott Redhill CC 05:47.0
Tom Seller OCC 05:49.9
Marek Siwicki ACC 06:00.5
Paul Pierson EGCC 06:23.3
Colin Harrison EGCC 07:05.8
Marcel Rizza OCC 07:29.2
Pete Burford OCC 07:34.0
Richard Bushell OCC 07:44.5
James Acheson EGCC 07:49.7
Paul Harris EGCC 07:53.0
John Harley EGCC 08:10.0
Domie Pollard EGCC 09:18.5
Peter Bedingfield EGCC 11:01.8

Our Summer Evening Series is held every Tuesday evening from early May to late August.

This is the last event of the summer series, the Hill Climb

Event #18


Event Information


Event start time: Tuesday August 30th at 18:30

Entry fee £5 (we take contactless payment)

Course details: Hill Climb GH/83

Meeting point to sign on: Weirwood Reservoir Car Park – nearest post code (Postcode RH19 4JW)

Event starts near entrance of car park, finishes at top of Legsheath Lane.

Event is open to everyone, members and non-members alike

Come and Try it event – free for first timers

Familiarise yourself with the course before you enter an event

Note CTT regulations – Helmet, Front and Rear light are now compulsory for ALL riders when starting an event.

Please be aware that quite often there are horse riders on the same roads. Ride considerately, make it known you are approaching and slow down when passing

London South DC strongly recommend that riders do not wear black or dark clothing during any event held on the public road. LSDC have asked that all event organisers add this to their event briefing information from now on and support our continuing commitment to improving rider safety by making riders far more visible on the roads.