Matlock CC

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  • Date: 20-Jun-21
  • Time: 07:30
  • Distance: 25 Miles
  • Course: A25/12
  • Closing Date: 08-Jun-21 23:59
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Peckover and Wayte take clear wins in Matlock CC 25

  • Published: 22 Jun 21
  • Written By: Frazer Snowdon
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Oliver Peckover

Riding in his new SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling colours, Oliver Peckover smashed the course record on his way to winning the Matlock CC 25, while host club rider Amelie Wayte won the women’s event.

Peckover, aged 23, knocked over a minute-and-a-half off the previous course record on his way to an eighth victory of the season in a time of 49 minutes and 27 seconds.

The A25/12 saw riders start near Darley Hillside before heading out north-westerly on the A6 to Bakewell and then turning to make the return journey.

After passing back through the start at around 10 miles competitors then continue along the A6 to Matlock before returning again to the start/finish.

The final leg sees riders complete the first out and back leg to Bakewell to complete the 25 miles.

Peckover also won the Matlock CC 25 in 2019 clocking a time of 52-49 on that occasion and showed his improvement by beating that time by over three minutes on this occasion averaging over 30.3 miles per hour.

James Bentley (Team PB Performance) led the remains of the field home taking an open season-best second placed finish in 53-20.

Quickest veteran was Nicholas Cousins (Ilkeston Cycle Club) who also finished in third place overall with his time of 54-07 a single second faster than fellow veteran Neal Parkin (Team Bottrill).

Third veteran rider on scratch was Mark Shepherd (Stourbridge CC) in 58-48.

Meanwhile, in the women’s competition under-23 rider Wayte took victory clocking a time of 1-04-40 on her first outing on the season.

Second woman on this occasion was veteran Kate Kirkland (RAMcc) covering the course in 1-09-54.

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