WINNERS - TROPHIES - RECORDS
CURRENT TROPHY WINNERS (2015 Season)
Club 10 Cup Andrew Sykes 25:52
Club 25 Cup Oliver Walker 1:06:18
Clubman Trophy Colin Derrick
Baker Cup Colin Derrick +36:09
Old Members Trophy Roy Savery De Laune CC +6:34
Lou Smith Salver Roy Savery De Laune CC +6:34
Vets Trophy Colin Derrick
Hill Climb Andrew Sykes 4:06
Thistle Cup (8.4m) Andrew Sykes 23:01
Unless otherwise stated, all trophies are perpetual. A special award will be made to any rider recording three consecutive wins.
All trophies are for male and female riders unless otherwise stated.
A Junior rider is one who is under 18 years on the day of the counting event.
Trophies are listed in alphabetical order.
Awarded annually at the discretion of the committee for outstanding performance or achievement, not necessarily in a racing capacity.
Club 30 Cup
Presented by Mrs G. Botley and awarded for the fastest 30 of the year.
Club 50 Cup
Purchased from Club funds and awarded for the fastest 50 of the year.
Club 100 Cup
Purchased from Club funds and awarded for the fastest 100 of the year.
Awarded annually to the rider with the highest number of points gained in Club events, points to be awarded for the first eight places, both scratch and handicap, in time trials, and for the first eight places in the Hill Climb Championship.
Refer to details under the Mike May Trophy.
Evening 10 Cup
Presented by J. Grant and awarded to the male rider under 16 year of age with the fastest aggregate of five Club Evening 10 mile events during the season.
F. W. Evans Memorial Cup
Purchased by the Club members in 1946 as a perpetual memorial to Mr F. W. Evans, president of the Club from it’s inception until his death in 1944. Awarded annually to the member riding a single bicycle or tricycle who does the greatest distance in an approved 12 hour event.
F. W. Evans (L.C.M.A.) Memorial Cup
Awarded to the winner of the S.E.R.C. Open 25.
Hill Climb Championship Cup
Presented by Mr and Mrs R. A. Oborne as a perpetual trophy and awarded to the winner of the Club Hill Climb Championship.
J. F. E. Wilde Memorial Trophy
Presented by H. W. Pink in memory of Jimmy Wilde, a long serving committee member, district timekeeper and who was involved in the organisation of activities for younger members of the Club. The trophy is awarded to a schoolboy who is attending full time day school and is under 16 years of age on the day of the event who achieves the best performances over three Open, Association or Club 10s and / or two highest placings in circuit road races and / or two best performances in track events, to be approved beforehand by the committee. Also a prize of £5.00 presented annually.
Junior 10 Cup
Presented by Mr Stratford and awarded for the fastest 10 of the year by a junior member.
Junior Championship Cup
This cup is to won outright each year by the Junior Club Champion - the rider under 18 years old with the fastest average speed over 10 and 25 miles.
Ladies’ 10 Cup
Presented by A. V. and A. R. G. Stone in 1957 and awarded for the fastest 10 of the year by a lady member.
Ladies’ 25 Cup
Presented by A. V. and A. R. G. Stone in 1957 and awarded for the fastest 25 of the year by a lady member.
Ladies’ Evening 10 Cup
Presented by J. Grant and awarded to the lady rider with the fastest aggregate of three Club Evening 10 mile events during the season.
Presented by H. E. T. Brooker and awarded to the most improved Lady rider of the year.
Lou Smith Memorial Salver
First presented in 1984 and awarded annually in memory of Lou Smith, former President, long serving Club Officer and Coach. This trophy, purchased annually from the proceeds of the Lou Smith Memorial fund, is won outright by the winner on age standard in the Open "Lou Smith Memorial" Veterans Time Trial.
Mens’ 10 Cup
Presented by Mr and Mrs R. G. Donington and awarded for the fastest 10 of the year by a male member.
Mens’ 25 Cup
Purchased from Club funds and awarded for the fastest 25 of the year by a male member.
Mike May Trophy
Presented by Mrs E Russell in 1985 in memory of her late husband Mike May, who’s Sons, both former members of the SERC, were keen Cyclo-Cross riders. The trophy is awarded to the winner of the Cyclo-Cross Championship.
A silver medal is awarded annually to the rider recording the fastest 10 mile time trial of the year in any Club, Open or Association event who in previous years had not ridden in events at this or greater distance.
Presented by H. E. T. Brooker and awarded to the male rider with the fastest aggregate of three 25’s in Club, Open or Association events who is in his first season of time trialling.
Old Members’ Trophy
Presented by the Club’s "Old Members", to be awarded to the winner on age standard in the Clubs Open Veterans’ Time Trial.
Awarded to the winner of the Short Distance Championship - the member recording the fastest average speed over 10, 25 and 50 miles.
Schoolboys’ Cyclo-Cross Trophy
Presented by Mr and Mrs C. B. Mott and awarded to the winner of the Schoolboys’ Cyclo-Cross Championship.
Section 50 Cup
Presented in 1938 by the S.E. Section and awarded to the fastest Club rider in the Inter-Club 50 with the Eagle Road Club.
Formerly the Dunlop Cup, re-presented to the Club as a perpetual memorial to Mr F. Slade, a founder member of the Club, by his wife Mrs O. Slade in 1984 and awarded to the fastest rider, of either club, in the Inter-Club 50.
Short Distance Championship
Refer to Racing Rule 7(f), section 3.2.
Short Distance Veterans’ Competition
Awarded to the Veteran with the highest total "+", based on V.T.T.A. Age Standard Schedule Tables, calculated over their two best 10 and two best 25 mile events. The winner receives a silver gilt medal mounted on a plaque, for 2nd place a silver medal and for 3rd place a bronze medal.
Special Gold Medal
Presented to the Club by Mrs D. Roberts and will be awarded to the first Lady rider inside the hour for 25 miles.
Stone Time Trial Championship Cup
Presented by Mr and Mrs A. A. Stone in 1952 to replace the Dunlop Challenge Cup won outright in 1951. This was again won outright by H. W. Pink in 1956 and re-presented to the Club as a perpetual trophy. Awarded to the "Club Time Trial Champion" .
Presented in 1970 by Arthur Smith of Sydney, Australia. Awarded to the "Club Road Race Champion".
2up Team Time Trial Shield
Awarded to the winners of the Senior Open 2 up Team Time Trial.
"Tom" Cannon Perpetual Memorial Shield
Purchased by the Club members in 1930 as a perpetual memorial to Charles "Tom" Cannon, a founder member and the first Secretary of the Club, who died in 1929 aged 31. This shield is awarded for highest placings in Open events during the year by male or female members riding a solo machine. Qualifying performances on two or more occasions in one of any of the following:-
Time Trials - Placed in the top 6
Team Time Trials - Placed in the top 3
Road / Circuit Races - Elite, 1st Cat. rider placed in the top 5, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Cat. riders placed in the top 4
Track (hard surface) - Two top 3 places in 5 miles event or over, two open scratch sprints, two individual pursuits
These performances to be scrutinised by a panel of three, but in the case of a rider gaining a high placing in a National Championship, this will be the deciding factor in the case of a tie.
Thistle 10 Cup
Presented by D. P. Patterson and awarded to the fastest rider in a special event to be known as the Thistle 10.
Tricycle 25 Trophy
Presented by G. Williams and awarded for the fastest tricycle 25 of the year.
Veterans’ B.A.R. Championship Trophy
Awarded to the member aged 40 years or over, in accordance with Racing Rule 7(e), section 3.2.
Presented by Mr and Mrs L. J. Smith and awarded to the rider with the highest total points in the Veterans’ Competition, in accordance with the following rules :-
1. The competition is open to all members aged 40 years or over on the day of the event.
2. The counting rides take place in Club events only, excluding the Hill Climb.
3. The fastest Veteran on Handicap takes 10 points and pro-rata to the 10 fastest veteran who takes 1 point. Even if only two veterans compete, they still take 10 and 9 points. If more than 10 veterans compete, the points still only go to the ten fastest Veterans.
4. At the conclusion of the season, the Veteran with the highest points total from their best 4 counting events be declared the winner.
5. In any counting event, if a tie for a handicap position occurs, the total number of points will be shared by those riders, i.e. 2 Veterans both obtaining 1st Handicap will receive 9½ points each.
6. In the event of a tie for first place at the conclusion of the competition, the oldest Veteran will be declared the winner.
Veterans’ Age Standard Medals
Age Standard Medals will be awarded, based on the V.T.T.A. Age Standard Schedule Tables at 10, 25, 30, 50 and 100 miles, and at 12 and 24 hour events. After winning an age standard award, to obtain another award in a later age group, the rider must beat their previous best time plus allowances for each additional year of age.
On payment of a fee of £3.00 in respect of each distance, a rider may make any number of attempts at this distance during the season, but only their fastest time or greatest distance shall be recorded. A payment of £8.00 shall cover all attempts at all distances on one type of machine.
Claims for age standard medals must be submitted at the end of the season. A rider must have a minimum of three medals to qualify for a plaque in lieu.
BICYCLE , S. MARCHANT 1999 19:54
BICYCLE, JUNIOR, M. F. OLIVER 1980 21:17
TRICYCLE , R. HALLETT 1982 23:36
TANDEM, R. G. DONINGTON - S. H. CLINCH 1982 20:10
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1999 51:43
BICYCLE, JUNIOR, M. EWER 1980 55:41
TRICYCLE, R. HALLETT 1983 59:23
TANDEM, R. G. DONINGTON - S. H. CLINCH 1982 51:06
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1999 1:05:42
TRICYCLE, A. R. HILLS 1985 1:17:00
TANDEM, R. G. DONINGTON - S. H. CLINCH 1981 1:02:44
TANDEM TRICYCLE, D. G. IVEY - P. WYATT 1955 1:13:58
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1996 1:50:08
BICYCLE, JUN IOR, M. EWER 1980 2:03:14
TRICYCLE, P. HOLLAND 1968 2:11:10
TANDEM, M. G. TWITCHETT - R. G. HOOKER 1962 1-50-02
TANDEM TRICYCLE, D. G. IVEY - P. WYATT 1955 2 :07:50
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1992 3 58 22
TRICYCLE, R. HALLETT 1984 4 19 58
TANDEM, H. W. PINK - L. J. SMITH 1964 4 02 47
TANDEM, TRICYCLE, D. G. IVEY - P. WYATT 1956 4 33 01
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1997 259.794
TRICYCLE, R. HALLETT 1983 233.610
TANDEM, J. H. BAINBRIDGE - C. F. LOWE 1962 252.000
BICYCLE, S. MARCHANT 1997 467.180
TRICYCLE, D. G. IVEY 1956 398.875
Club Hill Climb
STAR HILL (before 1997), U. DRAKE 1983 3-13.6
STAR HILL 1997 1.4Km, S. MARCHANT 1999 3-34.0
PURLEY TO EAST GRINSTEAD AND BACK ( 32 Miles Approx.)
BICYCLE, R. G. DONINGTON 1970 1:25:49
TRICYCLE , R. S. OXBROW 1964 1:38:16
PURLEY TO WORTHING AND BACK ( 89 Miles Approx.)
BICYCLE , H. W. PINK 1952 4:11:40
BICYCLE, M. KENT 1979 24:57
TRICYCLE, M. SIMMONDS 1966 30:24
BICYCLE, M. OXBROW 1968 47:16
BICYCLE, L. J. SMITH 1968 1:03:55
TRICYCLE, M. SIMMONDS 1966 1:17:53
BICYCLE, M. KENT 1980 1:19:02
TRICYCLE, M. OXBROW 1968 1:37:07
BICYCLE, M. KENT 1979 2:14:47
BICYCLE, J. E. BROOKER 1950 4:47:47
BICYCLE, J. E. BROOKER 1950 223.875
PURLEY TO EAST GRINSTEAD AND BACK (32 Miles Approx.)
BICYCLE, P. A. BLAKE 1955 1:33:48
Veterans A/S Records
10 mile BICYCLE , P.T. ABBOTT 1999 +7:11
25 mile BICYCLE, P.T. ABBOTT 2001 +19:10
30 mile BICYCLE, P.T. ABBOTT 1997 +16:15
50 mile BICYCLE, P.T. ABBOTT 2000 +41:59
100 mile BICYCLE, P.T. ABBOTT 2001 +1:26:04
12 hour BICYCLE, P. G. MITCHELL 1998 +2.66
M. F. OLIVER (20:22), R. HALLETT (20:42), S. MARCHANT (20:55) - 1:01:59
M. EWER (54:33), M. F. OLIVER (54:36), S. MARCHANT (55:08) - 2:44:17
R. HALLETT (1:01:52), I. RUSSELL (1:08:03), P. HOLLAND (1:13:30) - 3:23:25
R. G. DONINGTON , S. H. CLINCH (53:29)
M. ROBERTS, P. HOLLAND (55:10) - 1:48:39
G. HACKETT (1:08:54), F. E. BROWN (1:09:34), R. L. HARVEY (1:13:10) - 3:31:38
P. HOLLAND (1:25:36), J. W. COWLEY (1:32:41), G. WILLIAMS (1:48:13) - 4:46:30
R. H. GRAVENER, L.J. SMITH (1:03:48)
H. W. PINK, R.A. OBORNE (1:06:23) - 2 :10:11
R. G. DONINGTON (1:57:13), R. H. CORBY (1:58:33), M. G. TWITCHETT (2:01:40) - 5:57:26
TRCYCLE , 1954
D. G. IVEY (2:29:10), R. J. SEATON (2:34:39), A. J. WALLER (2:42:28) - 7:46:17
R. H. GRAVENER, L. J. SMITH (1:51:13)
H. W. PINK, R. A. OBORNE (1:52:40) - 3:43:53
R. G. DONINGTON (4:09:40), R. H. CORBY (4:20:52), P. T. ABBOTT (4:24:13) - 12:54:45
J. H. BAINBRIDGE (249.440), A. W. WALKER (247.700), R. S. BUSH (233.450) - 730.590 mls
D. G. IVEY (216.491), R. J. SEATON (202.050), L. G. SMALDEN (181.326) - 599.868 mls
D. G. IVEY (390.066), A. J. WALLER (339.594), L. G. SMALDEN (324.646) - 1054.306 mls
F.S - Flying start, S.S - Standing start
BICYCLE, A. P. RUSSELL 1981 12.00 s
¼ mile F.S.
BICYCLE, S. H. CLINCH 1968 27.40 s
TRICYCLE , P. HOLLAND 1967 33.60 s
TANDEM, T. STANTON - G. HUTCHINS 1968 26.80 s
½ mile F.S.
TANDEM, T. STANTON - G. HUTCHINS 1968 57.00 s
BICYCLE, A. P. RUSSELL 1982 1:13.60
INDIV. S. MARCHANT 1982 5:20.60
TEAM S. H. CLINCH 1966 5:21.00
R. G. DONINGTON
R. E. SLIMMON
¼ mile F.S.
BICYCLE , Miss L. J. SMITH 1969 34.60 s
BICYCLE , Miss L. J. SMITH 1969 1:32.40
INDIV. Miss L. J. SMITH 1969 4:43.00
INDIV. Mrs J. M. OBORNE 1956 6:51.70
Under 16s Records
Boys 10 mile BICYCLE, K. SMITH 1982 23:13
Boys 25 mile BICYCLE, K. SMITH 1982 59 :12
Girls - QUALIFYING TIMES FOR CLUB RECORDS TO BE ESTABLISHED
10 miles 27:30
25 miles 1:10:00