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Fareham Wheelers roll into Fairthorne Manor again

Fareham Wheelers are ready to ride into action at Fairthorne Manor again.

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Rory Townsend wins the Perfs Pedal in February. Picture: Eamonn Deane/localriderslocalraces.co.uk

Perfs champions to Channel efforts into new team

Rory Townsend could return to Portsmouth to defend his Perfs Pedal crown with Britain’s newest professional cycling team – BIKE Channel Canyon.

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Cyclists ready to ride out from Petersfield train station to Queen Elizabeth Country Park

New cycle route will bring more people to Queen Elizabeth Country Park

A NEW cycle route is set to attract thousands of new visitors to the South Downs.

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Ryan Owens, Jack Carlin and Petersfield's Joe Truman, right. Picture: British Cycling

Joe strikes gold in Glasgow

Joe Truman landed team sprint gold on the final day of the Track World Cup in Glasgow.

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The start of the veteran 40 and junior men's races. Picture: Neil Marshall (161428-8)

Fareham Wheelers consider speedy return to racing

Fareham Wheelers could host another round of the Wessex League this season – provided the numbers add up.

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Adrian Lansley celebrates his win. Picture: Neil Marshall (161428-17)

Chinn’s up as new Wheelers course is a hit

Phill Chinn has spoken of his relief after the new course at Fairthorne Manor was given the thumbs up by Wessex League riders.

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Action from last year's racing at Fairthorne Manor. Picture: Mick Young (151778-08)

Wheelers welcome region’s finest

Phill Chinn reckons round six of the Wessex Cyclo-Cross League is unlikely to be one for the mud-larks.

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Caitlin Peters, right, and Henrietta Colborne

i-Team chief eyes bright future after Peters fires national warning

Caitlin Peters has been told time is on her side after missing out on the under-18 RTTC National Circuit Time Trial Championship crown by one second.

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Riders in the Tour de France

A deeper look at Le Tour’s funding plan

What started as a challenge from the boss of the Tour de France could now become an incredible reality.

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£300,000 Gosport BMX track upgrade on the way

£300,000 Gosport BMX track upgrade on the way

Gosport Borough Council hopes to make changes to the town’s BMX track by the autumn of next year

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Edith Price, left, on the podium

Price is right as Pedal 2 Pedal shine in Pivot 24:12 event

KAREN PRICE and Fred Price achieved race wins as Pedal 2 Pedal enjoyed a great weekend in the Pivot 24:12 event in Devon.

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Hannah Attenburrow and Michelle Reed

Attenburrow and Reed conquer Trans Alp race

HANNAH ATTENBURROW conquered one of the most daunting stage races in Europe with a powerful performance in the Trans Alp event.

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Women-only cycle ride to take place next month

A GUIDED cycle ride open exclusively for women is taking place at the start of next month.

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Gary Mullins, 55, completing his journey underneath the Eiffel Tower

Marathon cycle ride aids anti-bullying campaign

A CHARITY has been given a welcome hand from a budding cyclist.

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Joe Truman, left, with Ryan Owens and Jack Carlin, right. Picture: British Cycling

Portsmouth pride in Tru champion

i-Team boss Guy Watson has spoken of his pride after Joe Truman and Jon Dibben clinched European titles.

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Attenburrow spurred on to complete perfect 10

HANNAH ATTENBURROW was pleased to enjoy a successful return to the Gorrick Summer Monkey endurance race.

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From left: Fareham Wheelers trio James Copeland, Gary Chambers and Paul Ashley in action in Devon. Picture: Brian Jones, kimroy-photography.co.uk

Proud Wheelers celebrate trio’s national charge

Fareham Wheelers have spoken of their pride in team time trial heroes James Copeland, Gary Chambers and Paul Ashley.

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Fred Price, 179, makes a bright start to the race

Pedal 2 Pedal riders relish uphill challenge in Southern XC

RISING-STARS Fred and Edith Price and Xavier Ibbs showed their potential with strong performances in round four of the Southern XC at Matterley Basin.

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Jon Mould   Picture: Sarah Standing

Jon breaks Mould but crash can’t keep a good man down

RECORD-BREAKER Jon Mould crashed out dramatically on his final race of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series in Portsmouth last night.

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Podium Ambition (l-r) Sara Headley, Bethany Hayward, Ejay Harris, Grace Garner and Gabriella Shaw.   Picture: Sarah Standing

Podium on top in Portsmouth

JLT Condor presented by Mavic secured their third overall Pearl Izumi Tour Series crown in Portsmouth tonight with Jon Mould, Graham Briggs, Alex Frame, Alistair Slater and Chris Lawless doing enough to wrap up the 2016 title.

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