Have your sayGary Chambers had to settle for tied second in the VC St Raphael ‘Hardriders’ time trial on Sunday. The Fareham tester, who rides for No Pinz, clocked 38min 17sec on the 16.5mile course. After two laps of the Portsdown Hill circuit, used by the Perfs Pedal road race last weekend, he was tied with Matthew Downie. But neither Chambers nor the TAAP Cervelo talent could match Chris McNamara’s winning time of 38.08.
Alex Paton breathed a sigh of relief as he won the 53rd Perfs Pedal against the odds on Sunday. The Canyon Eisberg rider saw off the challenge of not one but two rivals from the Spirit Tifosi team to emerge victorious on Hundred Acres Road. The trio had broken clear during the second of five laps around Portsdown Hill – before opening up a gap of more than a minute on the peloton. Paton, 27, then decided to attack his rivals on the final ascent, determined to avoid being worked over himself.
Rupert Graham is refusing to get carried away after finishing second in the Perfs Pedal. The Spirit Tifosi newcomer produced a superb ride only to be narrowly beaten by Alex Paton, of UK professional outfit Canyon Eisberg. Graham, 24, spent much of the 74km season-opening road race in the breakaway, alongside Paton and team-mate Jordan Peacock. And while they had the numerical advantage, the man from Cornwall admitted their rival was simply too strong.
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