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With legs on fire and good form from winning the AJ Bell Tour of Britain Skoda King of the Mountains & Eisberg Sprint competitions – Jacob Scott [Canyon DHB Sungod] sprints to victory in the final round of the HSBC-UK National Road Series Beaumont Trophy in Stamfordham, Northumberland fending off Alexandar Richardson [Alpecin-Fenix] as the two go clear on the final small circuit.
It was a tail of two-halves. The front half of the race, and the chasing peloton at times around the 182km course.
Four riders broke free in the first couple of kilometres with five more catching on including series leader Jacob Scott [Canyon DHB Sungod], Cameron Jeffers [Ribble Weldtite Pro Cyling], Owain Roberts [Wales Racing Acadamy], Ross Holland, Bradley Symonds [Saint Piran], Joseph Rees [Bikestrong KTM], Julian Roche [Richardson-Trek DAS], Jordan Peacock [Spirt Bontrager BSS Rotor].
Toby Jarvis [Team PB Performance] bridged across and a stable breakaway built up a lead gaining up-to three-minutes by the 70km marker.
Owain Roberts claimed the King of the Mountain points ascending the Ryals on the first couple of occasions.
By the third ascend, the lead had dropped, but the chasing peloton were strung out in a thin line. Matt Gibson [Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling] and Alex Richardson [Alpecin-Fenix] were well placed towards the front of affairs.
One final big circuit saw the original leaders caught, but another counter attack threw eight more riders into the mix including Scott & three team-mates including Robert Scott. This time joined by Richardson, Matthew King [Team PB Performance] & Zeb Kyffin [Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling] and Gibson.
Scott & Richardson forged ahead on the final small circuit to battle the win with a larger group building for the final podium place sprint. Matt Gibson led the remaining leading group across the line ahead of Ross Lamb [SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling] getting in on the mix. King finished fifth. Team Inspired’s Alfie George brought the bunch over the line and was the best U23 on the day.
“When you are on good form, you don’t want to throw away the race. I’ve made the most of it in the last few weeks”. [after the Tour of Britain].
1. Jacob Scott Canyon DHB Sungod Finished Elite 100
2. Alexandar Richardson Alpecin-Fenix Finished Elite 85
3. Matthew Gibson Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling Finished Elite 75
4. Ross Lamb SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling Finished 1st 66
5. Matthew King Team PB Performance Finished Elite 58
6. Maximilian Stedman Canyon DHB Sungod Finished Elite 51
7. Robert Scott Canyon DHB Sungod Finished Elite 45
8. Zeb Kyffin Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling Finished Elite 39
9. Tom Mazzone Saint Piran Finished 1st 34
10. Alfred George Team Inspired Finished Elite 29
11. Gruffudd Lewis Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling Finished 1st 25
12. Joe Hill UpShift Nutrition Race Team Finished 1st 21
13. Isaac Mundy Richardsons Trek DAS Finished Elite 18
14. Aaron Freeman Richardsons Trek DAS Finished 2nd 15
15. Joshua Price Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor Finished 2nd 12
16. Sebastian Garry Nopinz Motip Race Team Finished 1st 10
17. Matti Dobbins RT23 Finished 1st 8
18. Finn Crockett Wheelbase CabTech Castelli Finished Elite 6
19. William Bjergfelt SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling Finished Elite 4
20. Isaac Peatfield Crimson Orientation Marketing … Finished 1st 2
21. William Perrett Spellman – Dublin Port Track T… Finished 1st 0
22. James Jobber Kuwait Pro Cycling Team Finished 1st 0
23. Joe Holt Wales Racing Academy Finished 1st 0
24. Euan Macleod Canyon DHB Sungod Finished 2nd 0
25. David Hird Halesowen A & CC Academy Finished 1st 0
26. Cameron Mason TRINITY Road Racing Finished 3rd 0
27. Jamieson Blain BIKESTRONG-KTM Finished 1st 0
28. Joseph Bennett Netllar Telecom-Alé Finished 2nd 0
29. George Wood Cycling Sheffield Finished 1st 0
30. Michael Chadwick Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy Finished 1st 0
31. Peter Cocker Richardsons Trek DAS Finished Elite 0
32. Cameron Jeffers Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling Finished 1st 0
33. Matthew Houlberg Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT Finished 2nd 0
34. Samuel Painter TBW23 Stuart Hall Cycling Finished 1st 0
35. Conor McGoldrick Primera-TeamJobs Finished Elite 0
36. Jacques Coates Team PB Performance Finished 2nd 0
37. Owain Roberts Wales Racing Academy Finished 1st 0
38. Cameron Orr Team Inspired Finished Elite 0
39. Daniel McDermott Finished Elite 0
40. Matt Clarke Wheelbase CabTech Castelli Finished 2nd 0
41. Frazier Carr Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor Finished 1st 0
42. George Kimber Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor Finished 1st 0
43. Dean Watson Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy Finished 1st 0
44. Joseph Rees BIKESTRONG-KTM Finished 1st 0
45. Miles Burton ysixfiles Finished 2nd 0
46. Julian Roche Creuse Oxygène Gueret Finished 2nd 0
47. Oscar Hutchings Team Tor 2000 Kalas Finished Elite 0
48. Toby Jarvis Team PB Performance Finished 1st 0
49. Oliver Maxwell Saint Piran Finished 1st 0
50. William Scott Richardsons Trek DAS Finished Elite 0
51. Samuel Clark TBW23 Stuart Hall Cycling Finished 1st 0
52. Adam Mitchell Crimson Orientation Marketing … Finished 1st 0
53. Christopher Latham SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling Finished 1st 0
54. Jack Freeman Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT Finished Elite 0
55. Damien Clayton Canyon DHB Sungod Finished Elite 0
56. George Peden Team PB Performance Finished 1st 0
57. Ross Holland Saint Piran Finished 1st 0
58. Leon Mazzone Saint Piran Finished 1st 0
59. Bradley Symonds Saint Piran Finished 1st 0
60. Steve Lampier Saint Piran Finished Elite 0
61. Steven Parsonage Richardsons Trek DAS Finished 1st 0
62. Logan Maclean Wheelbase CabTech Castelli Finished 1st 0
1 Jacob Scott Canyon DHB Sungod
2 Maximilian Stedman Canyon DHB Sungod
3 Finn Crockett Wheelbase CabTech Castelli
Finn Crockett Wheelbase CabTech Castelli
Canyon DHB Sungod
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