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Records & Trophies

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Women's Records

Discipline
Record
Record Holder; Event; Course; Date
10 Mile TT
00:22:12
Samantha Lea
A10/14A
13th September 2008
25 Mile TT
00:56:46
Samantha Lea
CDLCA 25
27th June 2009
50 Mile TT
02:07:39
Kathryn Smith
A50/11
28th June 2003
100 Mile TT
04:24:30
Kathryn Smith
B100/4
18th July 2004
12 Hour TT
234.49 km
Kathryn Smith
National Championship
24th July 2004
Women's Records

Men's Records

Discipline
Record
Record Holder; Event; Course; Date
10 Mile TT
00:19:21* 
Martin Knight
City Road Club (Hull) V718
5th July 2015
10 Miles Team TT
01:05:37
Adam Gitlin 21-48; Simon Whitaker 21-51; Paul James 21-58
Nottingham Clarion CC Open 10
10th September 1997
10 Mile Tandem TT
00:21:44
Philip Hurst & Jamie Walker-Jones
Club 10 A10/28C (Lime Kiln)
11th June 2015
15 Mile TT
00:33:07
Paul James
Ratae RC
Date Unknown
25 Mile TT
00:51:32
Martin Knight
Walsall RC A25/11
20th June 2015
25 Mile Team TT
02:41:29
Martin Knight 51-32; Philip Hurst 53-19; Mark McCartney 54-47
Walsall RC A25/11
20th June 2015
25 Mile Tandem TT
00:51:55
J. Howland & Frank Taylor
Birmingham St. Christopher
25th June 1980
25 Mile Medium Gear TT
01:01:44
Gary Wharton
Bedfordshire RC
23rd April 1995
30 Mile TT
01:05:41
Gary Wharton
Rockingham CC
2nd July 1995
50 Mile TT
01:46:01
Frank Taylor
Bramley Wheelers
4th July 1976
50 Mile Team TT
05:31:02
F.Taylor 1-46-01; D.Hoe 1-51-05; F. Grafton 1-53-56
Bramley Wheelers
4th July 1976
100 Mile TT
03:53:16
Philip Hurst
BDCA A100/4
5th September 2015
100 Mile Team TT
12:48:27
F.Taylor 4-2-48; F. Grafton 4-17-51; J. Howland 4-27-48
Yorkshire Century 5th September 1976
12 Hour TT
262.10 miles
Frank Taylor
Broad Oak RC
17th August 1969
12 Hour Team TT
744.286 miles
F.Taylor 259.409 miles; D. Hoe 244.365 miles; J. Howland 240.512 miles
Leicester Forest
15th August 1976
24 Hour TT
420.90 miles
John Weston
Mersey Roads CC
25th & 26th July 1981
Men's Records

Mixed Records

Discipline
Record
Record Holder; Event; Course; Date
10 Mile Tandem TT
00:21:21
Philip Hurst & Jessica Beyer-Lyons
Bridlington CC V718
9th August 2014
25 Mile Tandem TT
00:53:46
Philip Hurst & Jessica Beyer-Lyons
Walsall RCC A25/11
21st June 2014
30 Mile Tandem TT
01:11:19
Mr P & Mrs J Harris
Club Event
22nd July 1980
50 Mile Tandem TT
01:58:27
Philip Hurst & Jessica Beyer-Lyons
Yorkshire CF V259/1
4th July 2015
100 Mile Tandem TT
04:27:51
Mr P & Mrs J Harris
Sherwood CC
7th July 1982
Mixed Records

Junior Records (16 to 18)

Discipline
Record
Record Holder; Event; Course; Date
10 Mile TT
00:21:49
Tom Dussek
Club Event A10/28C
29th June 2017
10 Mile Team TT
01:08:28
T Chandler 22-03; C McBrearty 22-46; O Chmiel 23-39
Club Event A10/28C
14th August 2014
25 Mile TT
00:57:12
Callum McBrearty
Melton Inter Club Event A25/2
5th May 2014
30 Mile TT
01:09:48
Gary Wharton
Club Event
22nd July 1980
Junior Records

Schools Records (Under 16)

Discipline
Record
Record Holder; Event; Course; Date
10 Mile TT
00:23:04
Callum McBrearty
GHS 10 DarleyMoor
10th June 2012
10 Mile Team TT
01:10:20
C McBrearty 23-04; O Peckover 23-34; G Bird 23-42
GHS 10 DarleyMoor
10th June 2012
25 Mile TT
01:04:46
Callum McBrearty
ANDCC A25/2
9th September 2012
30 Mile TT
01:19:43
A Homewood
1974
Schools Records

Club Course Records 

Course
Record
Record Holder; Date
A10/28C (Lime Kiln) Outright
00:20:34
Oliver Peckover
31st August 2017
A10/28C (Lime Kiln) Women's Outright
00:23:56
Alice Cobb
21st August 2014
A10/28C (Lime Kiln) Club
00:21:19
Anthony Jackson
24th August 2017
A10/28C (Lime Kiln) Women's Club
00:24:08
Samantha Lea
4th June 2009
A10/28C (Lime Kiln) Medium Gear
00:24:20
Michael Cooke
11th March 2017
A25/2 (Lighthouse) Club
00:55:55
ANDCC Lighthouse
17th September 2006
Tour of The Vale 25
00:57:33
Anthony Jackson
4th July 2017
Course Records

Club Trophies 

10 Mile TT
Chambers Bowl
Awarded to the rider recording the fastest Evening 10 time of the year
10 Mile TT - Women
Duro Cup
Awarded to the rider recording the fastest Evening 10 time of the year
10 Mile Medium Gear TT
Medium Gear Trophy
Awarded to the rider recording the fastest 3 times from the 4 rounds
25 Mile TT
25 Cup
Awarded to the fastest recorded 25 mile time of the year in a nominated event - usually the ANDCC Lighthouse Event
Tour of the Vale 25 Mile TT
Henry Lloyd Cup
Awarded to the rider recording the fastest time in the Club Tour of the Vale time trial
50 Mile TT
Dennis Hall Cup
Awarded to the fastest recorded 50 mile time of the year
100 Mile TT
Jim Wilson Shield
Awarded for the fastest recorded 100 mile time of the year
12 Hour TT
Jack Watts Cup
Awarded to the fastest recorded 12 hour time of the year
Senior Best All Rounder TT
Senior BAR Cup
Awarded to the Senior rider with the fastest aggregate time over 25 miles / 50 miles / 100 miles of the year
Veterans Best All Rounder TT
John Bastiani Shield
Awarded to the Veteran rider with the fastest aggregate time over 25 miles / 50 miles / 100 miles of the year
Womens Best All Rounder TT
Womens BAR Cup
Awarded to the rider with the fastest aggregate time over 2 x 10miles and 2 x 25 miles distance
Junior Best All Rounder TT
Junior BAR Cup
Awarded to the Junior rider with the fastest aggregate time over 2 x 10miles and 2 x 25 miles distance
Senior Road Race
Senior Road Race Shield
Awarded to the rider gaining most British Cycling road points during the year
Junior Road Race
Nick Loasby Cup
Awarded to the rider gaining most British Cycling road points during the year
Senior Track Champion
Track Trophy
Awarded to the rider gaining most Senior points at the National Clarion Track Championship
Junior Track Champion
Alan Daniels Memorial Trophy
Awarded to the rider gaining most Junior points at the National Clarion Track Championship
Off-Road
Off-Road Trophy ???
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Hillclimb
Hillclimb Trophy
Awarded to the fastest rider in the Club Hillclimb
Downhill / Freewheel
Freewheeling Cup
Awarded to the rider freewheeling the furthest distance in the event
On Merit
Meritorious Award
Awarded to a club member for an outstanding performance
Services to The Club
Memorial Trophy
Awarded to a club member for services to the Club
Evening 10 Series
Various
Awarded to the best of 5 rides on aggregate:
Fastest; 2nd fastest; 3rd fastest (men and women)
Fastest on handicap; 2nd handicap; 3rd Handicap
Youth under 16yrs
Youth under 14yrs
Fastest Athlete’s 10 awarded to the rider recording the fastest Evening 10 time with no aero aids

The Stories behind the Club Trophies

The Chambers Bowl by Dennis Hall

It was donated by Mr & Mrs Chambers, messrs Sims Sons and Cooke and the Nottingham section members. It is awarded to the fastest evening ten on the Nottingham course. Eric Chambers was a member of the Nottingham Section of the National Clarion Cycling Club and a capable editor of the Clarion Fanfare, the club magazine in 1950-1951. He Joined the East Midlands Clarion cycling and Athletic club in 1950 in order to ride time trials and other racing events and became the evening 10 champion and course record holder in 22m-5sec.

Eric had a nickname he was called the Gannet due to the amount of food he ate on a cycling trip to the Lake District. Eric was called up to do his national service, but came to the 1952 Easter Meet at Great Malvern wearing his uniform where with Ron Hudson in Naval uniform they did much sampling of the local waters, not the spa waters but the more intoxicatingones. Eric came to the Clarion Midlands union Whitsun camping weekend at Hemmingford Abbott where he was drowned in a tragic fatal accident. Hemingford Abbott is situated by the river between Huntingdon and St Ives. There where many Clarion Members, with Peterborough, Leicester, Nottingham and members from other sections. The river Ouse split in to two rivers forming an island near the camp site. It was decided to hire punts and have a race around the island. Eric shared a punt with Henry Lloyd and Bert Booth and others including a member who had been called after a character in a radio entertainment programme by the name of Humphey, someone in their punt had an idea that they could go faster by standing up, which they did with the result that the punt sank in the middle of the river. When the punt I was in passed them they were standing with the water just above waist high. Humphey couldn’t swim so Eric swam with him to the bank, not the mainland side where the cows had made it muddy but to the island where the boats had moored sometimes. I asked the other members of my boat to stop and help but got a reply “they will be alright”. The next time we came around again there was a lot of people at the spot we had last seen them. I was told that Eric was in the water and that when he had reached the bank he had put his feet down, not knowing that the water was 8 feet deep at that place. Both Eric and Humpheys heads went under-water and Humphey being unaccustomed to water panicked and clung to Eric and they both went down lower in the water. Henry and Bert reached the bank and Bert dived down and found Humphrey, then Bert put his hand above the water and Henry who was now on the bank throw the end of a rope that was tied to a tree into Bert’s hand and pulled him with Humphey out of the water and he was revived. However Eric could not be found as the water was very cloudy and muddy; the police came with drag lines and found Eric’s body appox 45 mins later. The father of Ian Clarke of the Peterborough (Fenland) section (who was a young man at then) found Eric on the bottom of the river but he had spent is energy getting down there and hadn’t the strength to bring him up to he surface. Eric gave his life to save a friend and club member and it is fitting that there is a trophy in his memory. Eric had the reputation of being accident prone and had rendered his own bike unroadworthy so he borrowed Jack Gardie’s bike when he set the course record of 22m-5secs. Jack’s bike was equipped with gears and Eric had always raced onnfixed wheel before, that was to his advantage on the night of the sixteenth of August 1951.

The Chan Lester Cup by Dennis Hall

The Chan Lester Cup was donated to the club in 1987 by Murray Wardle who was Gordon C “chan” Lester’s brother in law, who traveled from Australia to present the trophy in his memory after his death from a brain haemorrhage. Gordon C Lester joined the Nottingham Clarion in 1952. He was a well-liked clubman and respected racing man. He was the club B.A.R. champion in the years 1956, 1957 and 1963. In 1960 he became club record holder for 12 hours with a distance of 254,544 miles, 100 miles with a time of 4 hrs 14mins 38secs. These records stood until they were beaten by Frank Taylor with the times of 100 miles in 4 hrs 2mins 48secs in 1976 and 12hrs in 262,10 miles in 1969. Chan also held the record for the Nottingham to Lincoln and back in 3 hrs-08mins-20secs in 1956 until it was beaten by Tony “Timber” Woods in 3 hrs-3min-30secs in 1966. Chan did his national service in the army and was stationed in Germany in 1958, his knowledge of German came in handy when we rode from Innsbruck to Nice in 1959with Keith Hancock and Eric Bidulph.
Trophies