Holme Valley Whs

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  • Date: 13-Oct-18
  • Time: 14:30
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  • Course: v9915
  • Closing Date: 02-Oct-18 23:59
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Feather and Evans victorious at Holme Valley

  • Published: 14 Oct 18
  • Written By: Frazer Snowdon
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Jessica Evans

Jessica Evans and Andrew Feather were fastest male and female at the Holme Valley Wheelers hill climb on Saturday afternoon.

Feather (BCR Racing) clocked a time of 1-55 to be the fastest past the time keepers on the day.

The 33-year-old rider has continued his fine form in to this weekend of the hill climbing season having previously racked up a number of victories on his record already this campaign.

He last won at the VC Walcot hill climb on the 30th of September, while also winning the day before at the Mid-Devon CC hill climb.

Second spot was clinched by Dan Evans (ASSOS Equipe UK) who finished his run with a time of 1-57.

Andrew Feather

The reigning National Hill Climb champion will be looking to improve on this week’s performance on the 28th of October as he sets out to defend his title.

The final spot on the podium was taken by Jude Taylor (Team B38) who recorded a time of 1-59.

The 24-year-old rider also finished second at the East Lancashire RC two-stage at the start of September.

Taylor has had numerous podium finishes throughout the season, most notably winning the Yorkshire Cycling Federation hill climb in June.

Jessica Evans (ASSOS Equipe UK) went one better than husband Dan to clinch top spot on the podium as the fastest female that day, finishing her run with a time of 2-39.

Evans was also fastest at the East Lancashire RC hill climb on the 9th of September when her and husband Dan were both victorious on the same day, and has carried her fine form in to October.

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