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The Tom Keeble Memorial Rose Bowl

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To commemorate the contribution to Club life by member Tom Keeble who died in 1962. First awarded December 1962. Awarded by confidential vote at the Annual General Meeting, originally to "the member who has done most to further the interests of the Club". Further defined by Committee in April, 2000, to "the member who has done most over the preceding year to bring the Club's name to the attention of the cycling world". The trophy is presented at the following annual dinner of the Club.

2014 winner: Rex Shorey

 

The Bill Stickley Memorial Salver

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Organised by Dave Pitt, to commemorate the long contribution to Club life and Club administration by former President and Honorary Life Member Bill Stickley who died in 1991. First awarded in 1991. Awarded by confidential vote of the Club Committee at its last meeting of the year originally to "Club-person of the year". Further defined by Committee in April 2000, to "the member most deserving of recognition for his or her work for the Club over the past year or years". The trophy is presented at the following annual dinner of the Club.
2014 winner: Carol Golsby 

 

The Guildford Cup - Town Centre Races

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Hall-marked 1904 and believed originally a trophy of the former Guildford Cycling (& [in 1904] Motoring) Club (1877-1914). Presented to the Charlotteville by John Foster in c1920 and initially awarded to the winner of the 2 Miles Scratch Race. From 1929 to 1999 it was awarded to the winning team in an Inter-Club 50 contested by members of the Charlotteville CC, the Century RC and the Wessex RC, where the winning Club was that with the lowest aggregate time of its four fastest riders. In 2000 it was awarded to the winning team in an Inter-Club 30 held on the same basis, but was not awarded in 2001 or 2002. From 2003 the trophy has been presented to the winner of the main race at the Guildford Town Centre Races and the trophy itself has been gifted to Guildford Borough Council and is stored at the Guildford Guildhall along with the towns silver.
2014 winner: Gruffudd Lewis (Pedal Heaven-Colbornes RT)

 

Vic Jenner Memorial Trophy - Open 50

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To commemorate Vic Jenner who was responsible more than anyone for raising the Charlotteville CC from being an obscure country club into an internationally known one. From the late 1920s until his death in 1964 Vic was deeply involved as rider and administrator in all aspects of the sport nationally and locally. The trophy is awarded annually to the winner of the Open Scratch 50 of which Vic was organiser for nine years after the Club took over the event from the Etna CC in 1929. First competed for in 1966.

2014 winner: Stephen Whitewick (VeloRefined Aerosmiths)

 

Don Field Memorial Trophy - Open 25

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In memory of Don Field, Club President 1957-1970, Newsletter Editor 1948-1952, General Secretary 1953-1954. Presented annually to the winner of the Charlotteville Open 25. First competed for in 1979.

2014 winner: Kevin Tye (VeloRefined Aerosmiths)

 

 

George Hunton Trophy - LWDC Junior

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In memory of George Hunton. Made by Harold Coleman and presented to the London West DC and awarded annually to the Junior rider with the fastest time in a 10 mile time trial promoted in the London West district.
2014 winner: Jack Freeman (AltonCC/Owens Cycles)

 

The Dunlop Cup - Club TT

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Inscribed "Presented to the Charlotteville Cycling Club" in circumstances which have been lost sight of. Originally awarded to the winner of the Open Novices Half Mile Scratch Race (at the old Whit Monday Sports meeting?). In 1960 it was re-allocated to the Club Road Champion, now known as the Club Time Trial Champion.

2014 winner: Dave Pitt

 

Charles Whitcher Memorial Trophy - Road Race

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Awarded to the winner of the Senior Road Championship. First awarded in 1969 and named the Charles Whitcher Memorial trophy in 1986.

2014 winner: Sophie Household

 

Short Distance Time Trial Trophy

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Bought from money raised by Pete Stonebanks at the Clubroom. First awarded 1986.

2014 winner: Dave Pitt

 

Track Championship Cup

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First awarded in 1966.

2014 winner: Matthew Parfitt

 

Veteran Time Trial Championship Cup

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First awarded in 1978.

2014 winner: Dave Pitt

 

 

Women's Championship Cup

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Awarded annually to the Women's Time Trial Champion. First competed for in 1966.

2014 winner: Amy-Jo Clarke

 

Junior Road Race Championship

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First awarded 1996.

2014 winner: Kieran Woods

 

Ted Pritchard Memorial Trophy - Junior TT

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Awarded to the winner of the Junior Time Trial Championship. Competition inaugurated in 1949. The present basis for the Championship was established in 1950. Trophy first awarded in 1968.

2014 winner: Not Awarded

 

Schoolboy Championship Trophy - Juvenile TT

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Bought from money raised by Pete Stonebanks at the Clubroom. First awarded in 1986.

2014 winner: Ieuan Woods

 

Bill Shelley Memorial Cup (Juvenile Boys Road Race)

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For the Juvenile Boys Road Race Champion (Youth Category A or B). Presented by Sheila Shelley in memory of her late husband, a loyal member 1937-1997. First awarded 1998.

2014 winner: Ieuan Woods

 

Juvenile Girls Road Race Cup

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For the Juvenile Girls Road Race Champion (Youth Category A or B). First awarded in 2013 following the development of the Rascals Go-Ride section in order to give equal opportunities for girls in the Juvenile category

2014 winner: Alice Matravers

 

 

 

 

12 Hours Trophy

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Awarded annually to the member with the greatest mileage in a 12 hour time trial. First competed for in 1978.

2014 winner: Jon Lewis

 

100 Miles Scratch Cup

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First awarded in 1951 to the winner of the Club 100. Since the demise of that event after 1972, it has been awarded to the fastest rider at the distance each year.

2014 winner: Jon Lewis

 

Fastest 50 Trophy

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Model bicycle made by Harold Coleman, base and case made by David Garrick. First awarded 1986.

2014 winner: Dave Pitt

 

 

Fastest 30 Trophy

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Bought from money raised by Pete Stonebanks at the Clubroom. First awarded 1986.

2014 winner: Dave Pitt 

 

Fastest 25 Cup

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Bought from money raised by Pete Stonebanks at the Clubroom. First awarded 1986.

2014 winner: James Wright

 

Fastest 10 Cup

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Bought with money raised by Pete Stonebanks at the Clubroom. First awarded 1986.

2014 winner: James Wright

 

50 Miles Handicap Cup

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First awarded in 1965. Originally it went to the winner of the handicap in the Club 50. When that event ceased to be held it was awarded to the handicap winner in the Inter-Club 50 which was the case until 1999. When that event in turn expired in 2000 it went to the winner of the handicap in the Inter-Club 30 which took its place. In 2003 it was awarded to the handicap winner in the Charlotteville CC Open 50.

2014 winner: Jon Lewis

 

30 Miles Handicap Cup

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First awarded 1939. Originally competed for in the Club 30. Since that event ceased to be run, it is competed for on the basis of handicaps given by the Club Handicapper to the Charlotteville entrants in the first Border CA 30.
2014 winner: Jon Saunders

 

25 Miles Handicap Cup

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Awarded continuously since 1907 (except for wartime and 1922) - the Club's longest running trophy. Awarded to the winner of the handicap in the first Club Open 25.
2014 winner: Sam Dorkings

 

10 Miles Handicap Cup

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Formerly the South West London Ladies 10 miles cup known as the Spelthorne Trophy. Awarded annually to the winner of the handicap in the Club Evening Handicap 10. First awarded 1994.
2014 winner: Ian Portsmouth

 

George Nightingale Memorial Trophy/Fastest Ladies 25 Trophy

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Originally "Presented to George Nightingale by his fellow members of the Charlotteville Cycling Club to commemorate a great ride in the Solihull 25 1939 of 59 minutes 37 seconds, the first occasion upon which a 25 mile road race (in fact a time trial) was ridden on a single bicycle on an out and home course in less than an hour". Returned to the Club in 2000 by George's family after his death in 1999. Originally awarded annually to the rider of the fastest time in a Club Evening 25. From 2011 awarded to the Fastest 25 mile time trial by a lady.

2014 winner: Amy-Jo Clarke

 

24 Hours Trophy/Ladies 10 Trophy

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Originally awarded annually to the member with the greatest mileage in a 24 hour time trial. From 2011 awarded to the lady with the fastest 10 mile time trial time.

2014 winner: Amy-Jo Clarke

 

The Jim Brown Cup - 2up 25 TT

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Awarded annually to the winning pair in the Club 2-Up 25 mile Time Trial.
2014 winner: Anna Stedman & Natalie White

 

The Novices Cup

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The second longest running trophy. First awarded 1914 and competed for every year since apart from the war years and two years in the 1970s. Competed for in the first Club 25 of the season (since 2012 this was changed to the Club 10). Any member who has not previously won an award in a cycle race is eligible.

2014 winner: Sam Dorkings

 

Most Improved Rider Award

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A plaque is awarded each year to the rider deemed by the Racing Secretary to be most improved. Believed first awarded in 1996 to the 1994 winner. Until and including 1997 it was awarded on the basis of improvements in 10 mile time trial times over the season. Since then it has been on a broader basis.

2014 winner: Daniel Sharp

 

The Jack Manning Trophy - Hilly TT

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Originally awarded to the Charlotteville rider with the lowest average speed across the club's three Open Time Trial events (10, 25 and 50 miles) but reassigned in 2009 to the winner of the Club Hilly Time Trial.

2014 winner: Jon Lewis

 

The Palmer Trophy - Hill Climb

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Originally awarded to the winner of the Points Competition, who has amassed the most points in competitive events excluding non-CCC Club events. Since 2009 it has been awarded to the winner of the Club Hill Climb

2014 winner: Darren Heath

 

 

 

 

 

 

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