2023 Newark Town Centre Races: report and results

Corinne Side and Matt Fox won the Women's and Men's National Circuit Series crowns in a thrilling pair of races in Newark

Robyn Clay won the final round of the National Circuit Series at the Newark Town Centre Races as her Pro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee team-mate Corrine Side secured the Series title with fifth. Pro-Noctis also took the team title.

In the men’s Newark Grand Prix, Alec Briggs (Tekkerz CC) sprinted his way to success just ahead of Matt Fox. Second wasn’t enough for the Series crown, which went to Ribble Collective’s Ben Chilton by just three points. Wheelbase CabTech Castelli claimed the team title over ROKiT-SRCT.

Featured Image: Craig Zadoroznyj/

Schwalbe Newark Women’s Grand Prix


Robyn Clay sprinted to victory in the Schwalbe Newark Women’s Grand Prix, the Pro-Noctis rider demonstrating brilliant bike handling skills to take the win from a group of almost twenty riders. 

Criterium racing returned to the historic Nottinghamshire market town after a successful debut last year with two cobblestone sectors punctuating the flat course of two halves – fast smooth straights followed by a technical horseshoe round the marketplace; the final, tight right-hand corner, causing chaos in the support races, coming only 50 metres from the finish line. 

With Pro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee having all but sewn up the team classification after their series-long battle with DAS-Handsling, the 50-minute race would decide the individual series winner, with leader with Corrine Side holding a narrow eight-point advantage over local rider and Pro-Noctis team-mate Jo Tindley. 

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – Schwalbe Newark Womens Grand Prix, Women’s National Circuit Series – Emily Proud of Le Col Race Team

Despite threatening skies being present for the majority of the day the course stayed dry, much to the relief of the 60-rider field given its slippy and technical nature. Lucy Lee (DAS-Handsling) led a complete peloton through the end of the first lap, DAS-Handsling and Pro-Noctis jerseys dominating the top ten of the single file bunch. 

The technical nature of the course claimed its first victims only two laps later, the elastic snapping throughout the strung-out peloton as a group of 16 emerged at the front of the race, dominated by the two squads clear in the team classification. 

After making the split, Emily Proud (Le Col Race Team) took up her familiar position at the head of affairs, stretching the gap to ten seconds as the field broke up into a collection of ones and twos behind, the winner looking likely to come from the riders in front.  

Proud continued to lead the race through the finish line for the next few laps, with the other teams’ refusal to lend any help allowed a group of ten riders regaining contact with the leading group 15 minutes into the race; three riders from Hutchinson – Brother UK dragging them across. That development ignited the Pro-Noctis squad into life, Bexy Dew taking over from Proud and injecting some pace into the front of the race.  

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – Schwalbe Newark Womens Grand Prix, Women’s National Circuit Series – Robyn Clay and Jo Tindley of Pro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee

The front group was dominated by the DAS-Handsling and Pro-Noctis teams, with six and five riders respectively, as the race reached the halfway point; the nature of the circuit making positioning of paramount importance. Ellen McDermott emerged at the front to take over the pacesetting, one of three Team Boompods representatives in the group; the battle to stay in as hard-fought as the battle for a position on the front as the wait for the attacks to begin continued. 

With nine laps to go the status quo ensued, Isabel Darvill (Team Spectra-Cannondale) was active towards the front of the group as she looked to cement her third place in the series. Emily Proud returned to the front of the bunch as the pace increased, the lap time dipping under two minutes for the first time since the start of the race.  

Cracks started to appear with four laps to go as the jostling for position hotted up. Riders with the calibre of Lucy Lee were unable to keep up with the ever-increasing pace set by Proud, who remained dedicated to her tactic of riding at the head of affairs, three Pro-Noctis riders glued to her wheel as a very technical sprint looked to be on the cards. 

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – Schwalbe Newark Womens Grand Prix, Women’s National Circuit Series – Sammie Stuart DAS – Handsling Bikes

Sammie Stuart (DAS-Handsling) led through the final corner approaching the bell lap but fell victim of it, crashing heavily, all other riders somehow staying upright. The disruption handed the advantage to Pro-Noctis as the perfectly formed DAS-Handsling lead out evaporated. 

As the riders took on the technical finish for the final time, it was Lincoln GP winner Robyn Clay (Pro-Noctis) who led the bunch, taking the corner prior to the finish line perfectly as she raised her arms in victory. Just behind was Emma Jeffers (DAS-Handsling) who gained two places round the final corner courtesy of her superb bike handling. Darvill rounded out the podium.

The National Circuit Series title went to fellow Pro-Noctis rider Corinne Side, whose fifth-place finish was enough to secure the crown ahead of team-mate Tindley. The team also secured the team crown by more than 100 points over DAS-Handsling.

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – Schwalbe Newark Womens Grand Prix, Women’s National Circuit Series – Podium: Corinne Side of Pro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee wins the overall series leader classification


132Robyn ClayPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee50:59
21Emma JeffersDAS – Handsling Bikesst
345Isabel DarvillTeam Spectra Cannondalest
435Jo TindleyPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffeest
534Corinne SidePro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffeest
652Emily ProudLe Col Race Teamst
710Sophie EneverAlba Development Road Teamst
836Amy GornallPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffeest
919Samantha FawcettHutchinson – Brother UKst
1033Bexy DewPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffeest
115Grace ListerDAS – Handsling Bikesst
1242Ellen McDermottTeam Boompodsst
132Francesca HallDAS – Handsling Bikesst
144Sophie LewisDAS – Handsling Bikesst
1520Tamsin MillerHutchinson – Brother UKst
1643Lauren RobinsonTeam Boompods+59:59
1746Xan CreesTeam Spectra Cannondalest
1841Jayati HineTeam Boompodsst
1955Erin AvillStorey Racingst
203Lucy LeeDAS – Handsling Bikesst
2156Alderney BakerTeam Empellast
2261Georgina Oakleyst
237Sammie StuartDAS – Handsling Bikes+59:59
2418Sian BotteleyHutchinson – Brother UK+59:59
2523Abbie TaylorJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon+59:59
2621Lydia WattsHutchinson – Brother UKst
2731Anya TamplinLoughborough Lightning+59:59
2824Rebekah NashJadan Vive le Velo Glasdonst
2938Hannah BayesSaint Piran WRTst
3057Anastasia BowlerWahoo – Le Colst
3148Maddie HeywoodFTP – Fulfil The Potential – Racingst
3217Charlotte BerryHutchinson – Brother UK+59:59
338Sophie ThackrayDAS – Handsling Bikes+59:59
3437Millie SkinnerPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffeest
3549Rebecca HairLAKA Pedal Mafia RTst
3615Electra MorrisBrother UK – Orientation Marketingst
379Daisy BarnesAlba Development Road Teamst
3822Sannah ZamanHutchinson – Brother UKst
3958Emma McDonaldWahoo – Le Colst
4014Harriet GrahamBrother UK – Orientation Marketingst
4144Gemma MitchellTeam Boompodsst
4266Mathilde PaulsLAKA Pedal Mafia RTst
4326Philippa DraperLoughborough Lightningst
4451Natasha ReddyLDN-Academyst
4559Ailsa McLagan503st
4647Lucy NelsonTeam Spectra Cannondalest
4762Georgia LancasterBrother UK – Orientation Marketingst
4839Annamarie LippSaint Piran WRTst
4913Amelia TylerAlba Development Road Teamst
5064Nicola SodenTactic UK WRTst
5125Emily ChiltonJadan Vive le Velo Glasdonst
5212Victoria SmithAlba Development Road Teamst
5363Mia SmithBrother UK – Orientation Marketingst
5429Roisin LallyLoughborough Lightningst
5550Lucy NeathamLDN-Academyst
6Beth MorrowDAS – Handsling BikesDNS
11Arianne HollandAlba Development Road TeamDNS
27Madeleine GammonsLoughborough LightningDNS
28Amber HardingLoughborough LightningDNS
30Alice LethbridgeLoughborough LightningDNS
40Rebecca RichardsSaint Piran WRTDNS
53Eluned KingLifeplus WahooDNS
54Kate RichardsonLifeplus WahooDNS
16Tuva MaulandBrother UK – Orientation MarketingDSQ
60Shona MosleyDSQ

All about Desserts Newark Men’s Grand Prix


Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – All About Desserts Newark Mens Grand Prix, Men’s National Circuit Series – Alec Briggs of TEKKERZ CC wins

Alec Briggs took victory in the All About Desserts Newark Men’s Grand Prix as Ben Chilton clung on to the overall series win after a thrilling race between him and Matt Fox’s Wheelbase-CabTech-Castelli team. 

After five rounds the stage was set for the final showdown between Wheelbase-CabTech-Castelli’s Matt Fox and Ben Chilton (Ribble Collective) the pair winners in Ilkley and Guildford respectively. Chilton carried a crucial, but slender nine-point advantage into the race as he went up against the collective might of Wheelbase-CabTech-Castelli, the Cumbrian outfit all but confirmed winners of the team classification and boasting the likes of Tim Shoreman, winner last time out in Colne, and Callum Laborde – who sat in fourth place overall himself.  

As the riders were called the start the floodlights took over from the setting sun, series leader Chilton relaxed enough to pull a wheelie to the line where he found himself surrounded by the luminous green jerseys of the Wheelbase-CabTech-Castelli team. 

Callum Laborde led a trio of Wheelbase riders through the first lap at electric pace, their tactic to put Chilton under pressure from the gun, with the Ribble Collective rider holding his own in the top ten. 

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – All About Desserts Newark Mens Grand Prix, Men’s National Circuit Series – Tim Shoreman of Wheelbase CabTech Castelli

The usual suspects gathered towards the head of the race, Toby Barnes (Dolan Ellesse Race Team) setting a blistering fastest lap to move through the fracturing group. Chilton was comfortable in fifth wheel as the third lap was completed, Ribble Collective team mate Tom Couzens surviving the early exchanges to be in a good position to offer valuable support. 

Laborde drifted off the front of the race as Barnes let his wheel go, Fox and Chilton inseparable towards the head of the thinned out bunch of 23 riders.  

With five laps completed Chilton found himself in a move with the Wheelbase trio of Fox, Laborde and Tim Shoreman, the Ribble Collective rider outnumbered but not outgunned as he stuck to the principle that attack is the best form of defence. 

The move was short lived as the pace remained high, the full force of Wheelbase-CabTech-Castelli team continually at the head of affairs as they plotted a way to defeat Chilton, his tall frame shadowing their every move. 

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – All About Desserts Newark Mens Grand Prix, Men’s National Circuit Series – Ben Chilton of Ribble Collective

Away from the series battle, there was a fight for the win on the night being fiercely contested, the popular Alec Briggs (Tekkerz CC), Isaac Mundy (Private Member) and veteran Ali Slater (Clancy-Briggs) all working their way to the front of the leading group as riders dropped off the back, Joseph Beckingscale (Wales Racing Academy) the latest to find the pace too hot after 20 minutes of racing.

Dan Barnes put in a huge attack with Isaac Mundy and Zac Machin (Beeston CC) in pursuit, the 16 riders remaining at the front of the race stretched to the limit, Chilton and Fox still locked in together in their own private battle. 

Chilton and Fox took to the head of affairs as the attack was neutralised, the Wheelbase rider knowing his best chance of overall victory would come if he was able to take the race win. As the race passed the halfway mark the group appeared to settle as the riders prepared themselves for further exchanges in the closing stages. 

Chilton continued to attack the front of the race with Fox still glued to his wheel, but crucially Wheelbase rider Aaron King was appearing to begin to suffer at the back of the leading group; the Ribble Collective rider stamping his authority on the race and beginning to eliminate his adversaries. 

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – All About Desserts Newark Mens Grand Prix, Men’s National Circuit Series – Riders passing Newark Royal Market

With nine laps to go Chilton continued to put the hammer down, his team mate Tom Couzens letting the wheel go towards the back of the group and causing a small split as fractures began to appear throughout the first group. 

Time was running out for Fox to make the difference with seven laps remaining, Briggs, Mundy and Slater exchanging turns at the front of the race as two distinct races emerged; Chilton and the Wheelbase team further down the group for the first time watching each other intently. 

With only five laps remaining Chilton appeared under pressure for the first time as Fox found himself in the wheel of a Zak Machin attack, Chilton in fifth position and having to close the gap quickly. Next time round it was ouzens leading the now tightly packed group, the Ribble Collective rider playing the perfect team mate as Chilton took some time to regroup as the pace slowed considerably.  

George Kimber (Embark-Spirit-BSS) made his way to the head of affairs for the first time in the race as the Wheelbase team appeared to have finally broken the next time round, the race set for a huge attack from Matt Fox in the final two laps in his bid for overall glory. 

With the group intact through the bell lap led by Isaac Mundy, the race and the series looked set to be decided by a hectic sprint finish, Chilton holding his position near the front of the group. 

It would be Alec Briggs who used all his experience to full effect on the final lap, rounding the final corner perfectly to sprint to victory from Matt Fox with Isaac Mundy rounding out the podium. Crucially, Chilton was 5th, meaning he held onto the overall series win after a thrilling night of attacking team racing by just three points.

Picture by Craig Zadoroznyj/ – 28/07/2023 – Cycling – British Cycling National Circuit Series, Road – All About Desserts Newark Mens Grand Prix, Men’s National Circuit Series – Podium: Ben Chilton Ribble Collective wins the overall leader classification


116Alec BriggsTEKKERZ CC52:43
228Matthew FoxWheelbase CabTech Castellist
360Isaac Mundyst
427Tim ShoremanWheelbase CabTech Castellist
551Ben ChiltonRibble Collectivest
626Callum LabordeWheelbase CabTech Castellist
752Tom CouzensRibble Collectivest
813Daniel BarnesTeam Spectra Cannondalest
934Alistair SlaterClancy Briggs Cycling Academyst
1038Toby BarnesDolan Ellesse Race Teamst
1142George KimberEmbark Spirit BSSst
1232Zak MachinBCC Race Teamst
1319Ben BrightWales Racing Academyst
1411Kieran RileyTeam PB Performancest
1529Aaron KingWheelbase CabTech Castelli+7
1661Jake JacksonRose Race Team+58
1747Daniel McDermottMoonglu Race Teamst
182Cameron McLarenKalas Motip Race Teamst
197Josh PriceROKiT – SRCTst
201Cai DaviesKalas Motip Race Teamst
2136Josh HousleyDerby CC Webuycycle Huub RTst
2253Hugo Lutz AtkinsonRibble rechrg Race Team+1:02
2325Ed MorganWales Racing Academy+1:18
2445Jack JeeLVC Racingst
253Vaughn PretoriusKalas Motip Race Teamst
2610Nathan HardyTeam PB Performance+1:21
2757Philip LargeWold Top The Edge Pactimost
2822William HardingWales Racing Academyst
294Sebastian GarryKalas Motip Race Team+1:24
3033Lewis TinsleyBeeston Cycling Clubst
3149Sam AndrewsPDQ Cycle Coaching+1:59
3214Frederik ScheskeTeam Spectra Cannondale+4 Laps
3356Benjamin HelleboWheelsuckers+4 Laps
3439Benjamin FlatauElitecycling Development Team+4 Laps
3566Max Lutz AtkinsonRibble rechrg Race Team+4 Laps
3654Joshua HorsfieldRibble rechrg Race Team+4 Laps
3764Dan GalpinBCC Race Team+4 Laps
3840Matthew BrownElitecycling Development Team+4 Laps
3937Tobias BartlettDoddington Cycling Club+4 Laps
4048Tom CullenOtley CC+4 Laps
4150Jonny BrittonPrologue Racing Team+4 Laps
429Tom CharlesTeam PB Performance+5 Laps
4321Spencer DaviesWales Racing Academy+5 Laps
4418Olivier ManghamTEKKERZ CC+5 Laps
5Harry GreenKalas Motip Race TeamDNF
6Joseph BeckinsaleROKiT – SRCTDNF
17Benjamin TuchnerTEKKERZ CCDNF
55Matt WebstertrainSharp EliteDNF
65Joe ThorpRibble rechrg Race TeamDNF
8Matthew WarhurstROKiT – SRCTDNS
12Max SillifantTeam PB PerformanceDNS
15Travis BramleyTeam Spectra CannondaleDNS
20Huw Buck JonesWales Racing AcademyDNS
23Griff LewisWales Racing AcademyDNS
24Fred MeredithWales Racing AcademyDNS
30Oliver AkersAlbion Cycling CoDNS
31Joshua JonesALL IN RacingDNS
35Gary FreemanDAP Cycling ClubDNS
41Sam KettlewellEmbark Spirit BSSDNS
43Peter DrabbleFlanders Color Defever TeamDNS
44Dom JacksonForan CCCDNS
46Oliver DawsonMAS Design – Fensham HowesDNS
58Cavan WalkerWold Top The Edge PactimoDNS
59Joseph SmithDNS
62Sean DodsworthArmy Cycling UnionDNS
63Carl StubbsMoonglu Race TeamDNS

National Circuit Series standings



1Corinne SidePro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee248
2Jo TindleyPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee242
3Isabel DarvillTeam Spectra Cannondale233
4Robyn ClayPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee219
5Emma JeffersDAS – Handsling Bikes163
6Amy GornallPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee162
7Lucy LeeDAS – Handsling Bikes159
8Emily ProudLe Col Race Team157
9Sammie StuartDAS – Handsling Bikes156
10Bexy DewPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee155
11Monica GreenwoodDAS – Handsling Bikes152
12Samantha FawcettHutchinson – Brother UK145
13Francesca HallDAS – Handsling Bikes130
14Jayati HineTeam Boompods130
15Sophie LewisDAS – Handsling Bikes106
16Sophie EneverAlba Development Road Team100
17Millie CouzensFenix-Deceuninck94
18Libby SmithsonAWOL OShea92
19Lucy GloverShibden Hope Tech Apex92
20Erin AvillStorey Racing91
21Maddie HeywoodFTP – Fulfil The Potential – Racing86
22Xan CreesTeam Spectra Cannondale79
23Harriet GrahamBrother UK – Orientation Marketing77
24Flora PerkinsFenix-Deceuninck Development Team75
25Amelia TylerAlba Development Road Team73
26Anya TamplinLoughborough Lightning67
27Ellen McDermottTeam Boompods66
28Elizabeth SandersFTP – Fulfil The Potential – Racing63
29Grace ListerDAS – Handsling Bikes62
30Sannah ZamanHutchinson – Brother UK61
31Tamsin MillerHutchinson – Brother UK60
32Lucy EllmorePro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee56
33Lauren RobinsonTeam Boompods55
34Annamarie LippSaint Piran WRT54
35Alex MorriceCANYON – SRAM RACING50
36Cat FergusonShibden Hope Tech Apex48
37Francesca Morgans-SladerAWOL OShea47
38Tiffany KeepHutchinson – Brother UK47
39Arianne HollandAlba Development Road Team47
40Gemma MitchellTeam Boompods43
41Georgina Oakley42
42Madelaine LeechLifeplus Wahoo42
43Imogen WolffShibden Hope Tech Apex40
44Charlotte BerryHutchinson – Brother UK36
45Amira MellorRibble Collective36
46Caitlin DimblebyLe Col Race Team31
47Daisy BarnesAlba Development Road Team31
48Sophie ThackrayDAS – Handsling Bikes30
49Alderney BakerTeam Empella29
50Lucy Benezet MinnsTofauti Everyone Active28
51Lydia WattsHutchinson – Brother UK28
52Evie WhiteAlba Development Road Team27
53Sian MarshTeam Boompods26
54Abbie TaylorJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon25
55Philippa DraperLoughborough Lightning25
56Rebekah NashJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon25
57Katy HillLDN-Academy25
58Emily ChiltonJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon23
59Josie KnightTeam Spectra Cannondale22
60Alice CollingShibden Hope Tech Apex22
61Hannah BayesSaint Piran WRT22
62Electra MorrisBrother UK – Orientation Marketing22
63Rebecca HairLAKA Pedal Mafia RT20
64Sian BotteleyHutchinson – Brother UK20
65Alice LethbridgeLoughborough Lightning20
66Anastasia BowlerWahoo – Le Col19
67Amy PerrymanTEKKERZ CC19
68Morven YeomanTorelli19
69Connie HayesAWOL OShea18
70Lucy NelsonTeam Spectra Cannondale18
71Matilda McKibbenLiv Cycling Club – Halo Films17
72Penny ColloffLAKA Pedal Mafia RT16
73Lotty DawsonBrother UK – Orientation Marketing16
74Beth Harley-JepsonJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon16
75Sasha HalseyLondon Dynamo13
76Esther WongShibden Hope Tech Apex12
77Lucy NeathamLDN-Academy11
78Katie-Anne CaltonJRC INTERFLON Race Team11
79Abi PlowmanJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon11
80Lena KaneStolenGoat Race Team9
81Mia RutterfordTofauti Everyone Active9
82Ellen BennettBrother UK – Orientation Marketing8
83Laura DaviesJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon8
84Millie SkinnerPro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee7
85Heather MayerHutchinson – Brother UK7
86Olivia FrenchStolenGoat Race Team7
87Ailsa McLagan05037
88Natasha ReddyLDN-Academy6
89Georgia LancasterBrother UK – Orientation Marketing6
90Emma McDonaldWahoo – Le Col6
91Hope InglisBrother UK – Orientation Marketing5
92Megan BarkerTeam Inspired4
93Louise ScuphamJadan Vive le Velo Glasdon2
94Gabriella HomerSaint Piran WRT2
95Kat HandyValley Striders CC1
96Ione JohnsonHutchinson – Brother UK1


RankTeam NamePoints
1Pro-Noctis – Heidi Kjeldsen – 200 Degrees Coffee750
2DAS – Handsling Bikes637
3Hutchinson – Brother UK354
4Team Boompods278
5Alba Development Road Team264
6Loughborough Lightning190
7Team Spectra Cannondale187
8Shibden Hope Tech Apex130
9Brother UK – Orientation Marketing128
10Jadan Vive le Velo Glasdon110
11AWOL OShea50
13Saint Piran WRT32
14Tofauti Everyone Active28
15Wahoo – Le Col7



1Ben ChiltonRibble Collective273
2Matthew FoxWheelbase CabTech Castelli270
3Callum LabordeWheelbase CabTech Castelli210
4Tim ShoremanWheelbase CabTech Castelli202
5Alec BriggsTEKKERZ CC193
6David HirdROKiT – SRCT177
7Daniel BarnesTeam Spectra Cannondale176
8Cai DaviesKalas Motip Race Team171
9Leon MazzoneSaint Piran156
10George KimberEmbark Spirit BSS145
11Jim BrownCross Team Legendre132
12Kieran RileyTeam PB Performance130
13Josh PriceROKiT – SRCT129
14Tom CouzensRibble Collective127
15Cameron McLarenKalas Motip Race Team117
16Isaac Mundy116
17William HardingWales Racing Academy110
18Toby BarnesDolan Ellesse Race Team104
19Thomas ArmstrongWheelbase CabTech Castelli93
20Ed MorganWales Racing Academy91
21Harry BirchillSaint Piran88
22Aaron KingWheelbase CabTech Castelli79
23Ben BrightWales Racing Academy78
24William TrueloveROKiT – SRCT74
25Alistair SlaterClancy Briggs Cycling Academy72
26Joseph Smith72
27William RobertsSaint Piran72
28Finn CrockettSaint Piran72
29Ollie PeckovertrainSharp Elite72
30Scott ReddingROKiT – SRCT70
31Dexter Leeming-SykesWold Top The Edge Pactimo70
32Huw Buck JonesWales Racing Academy69
33Bradley SymondsSaint Piran60
34Jacob ScottBolton Equities Black Spoke Pro Cycling58
35Tom MazzoneSaint Piran55
36Josh HousleyDerby CC Webuycycle Huub RT55
37Joseph BeckinsaleROKiT – SRCT55
38James McKayCycling Sheffield54
39Tom WilliamsROKiT – SRCT53
40Daniel McDermottMoonglu Race Team50
41Robert DonaldsonTrinity Racing50
42Sam CulverwellDolan Ellesse Race Team48
43Adam LewisSaint Piran44
44Benjamin TuchnerTEKKERZ CC44
45Matthew EllisROKiT – SRCT43
46Hugo Lutz AtkinsonRibble rechrg Race Team42
47Vaughn PretoriusKalas Motip Race Team42
48Nathan HardyTeam PB Performance41
49Max RushbyMateriel-Velo.Com38
50James HartleyCycling Sheffield37
51Rowan BakerLondon Dynamo36
52Lewis TinsleyBeeston Cycling Club35
53Conor McGoldrickRichardsons Trek DAS34
54Oliver Wood34
55Jack JeeLVC Racing33
56Sam AndrewsPDQ Cycle Coaching32
57Olivier ManghamTEKKERZ CC30
58Zak MachinBCC Race Team29
59Joe PidcockTrinity Racing28
60Joshua JonesALL IN Racing28
61Euan CameronA.Fawcett Racing28
62Jacob SmithWheelbase CabTech Castelli25
63Dom JacksonForan CCC25
64Jake JacksonRose Race Team25
65Chris SherriffsShibden Cycling Club25
66Lee RosieWheelbase CabTech Castelli24
67Jack CrookRichardsons Trek DAS24
68Jack LucasA.Fawcett Racing24
69Frederik ScheskeTeam Spectra Cannondale24
70Joe HoltTEKKERZ CC24
71Benjamin FlatauElitecycling Development Team24
72Lucas JowettSaint Piran23
73George WoodCycling Sheffield23
74Jenson YoungROKiT – SRCT22
75                    Liam FlanneryTeam PB Performance22
76                    Tom CharlesTeam PB Performance21
77                    Samuel ClarktrainSharp Elite21
78                    James BevantrainSharp Elite20
79                    Harry GreenKalas Motip Race Team20
80                    James WordsworthCycling Sheffield20
81                    Tom CullenOtley CC19
82                    Nicholas CooperNordic Sports Academy S. C.19
83                    Griff LewisWales Racing Academy18
84                    William SmithTrinity Racing18
85                    Angus HawkinsRide Revolution Coaching16
86                    Alex BeldonMAS Design – Fensham Howes16
87                    Tom PalfreyTeam PB Performance15
88                    Harry MacfarlaneTAAP Endura15
89                    Alexander FosterInnovation Racing15
90                    Adam HowellVC Meudon15
91                    David LinesWheelbase CabTech Castelli14
92                    Oliver DawsonRTD – JsCycleShack14
93                    Philip LargeWold Top The Edge Pactimo14
94                    James BrownSn Vitae Bim Bam Coaching RT14
95                    David BollandArmy Cycling Union13
96                    Sebastian GrindleyMAS Design – Fensham Howes13
97                    Sebastian GarryKalas Motip Race Team12
98                    William JewittKalas Motip Race Team12
99                    Rhys HidrioCaesarean CC Jersey12
100                   Rhys BrittonSaint Piran12
101                   Spencer DaviesWales Racing Academy12
102                   Matthew WarhurstROKiT – SRCT11
103                   Dean WatsonEmbark Spirit BSS11
104                   Harry PaveleyTeam PB Performance10
105                   Joe CoukhamCycling Sheffield10
106                   Benjamin HelleboWheelsuckers10
107                   Will PerrettEmbark Spirit BSS9
108                   Sam KettlewellEmbark Spirit BSS8
109                   Jacob VaughanTEKKERZ CC8
110                   Harvey StrohTAAP Endura7
111                   Thomas SpringbettForan CCC7
112                   Michael ChadwickEmbark Spirit BSS6
113                   Simon AlexanderRichardsons Trek DAS6
114                   Jonny BrittonPrologue Racing Team6
115                   Max Lutz AtkinsonRibble rechrg Race Team6
116                   Ashley MarshallVocation Cycling6
117                   Joshua HorsfieldRibble rechrg Race Team6
118                   Sam ShepherdtrainSharp Elite5
119                   Ben PeaseMoonglu Race Team5
120                   Dan GalpinBCC Race Team4
121                   Felix WhetterMid Devon CC4
122                   Matthew BrownElitecycling Development Team3
123                   Tobias BartlettDoddington Cycling Club2
124                   Alexander BosleyZappi Racing Team2
125                   Travis BramleyTeam Spectra Cannondale1
126                   William TaylorMoonglu Race Team1
127                   David RoperKalas Motip Race Team1


RankTeam NamePoints
1Wheelbase CabTech Castelli709
2ROKiT – SRCT446
3Saint Piran397
4Kalas Motip Race Team350
5Wales Racing Academy320
6Team PB Performance236
8Cycling Sheffield127
9trainSharp Elite113
10Trinity Racing78
11Richardsons Trek DAS64
12Embark Spirit BSS57
13A.Fawcett Racing47
14Ribble rechrg Race Team35
15Team Spectra Cannondale34
16Moonglu Race Team18