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Steve Joughin - Cycling Career
... However he enjoyed the camaraderie of racing and soon joined the Manx Road Club ... had talent and won the Merseyside divisional road race championships in 1976 and 1977 ... He then became the first Manx rider to win the national junior road race series and the British Junior Road race championship ...
Steve Joughin - Palmarès
1976 1st Merseyside divisional road race championships 1977 1st Merseyside divisional road race championships 1st National junior road race series 1st British Junior ...
Dave Bedwell - Palmarès
1949 1st British National Road Race Championships - BLRC amateur 1950 1st Grand Prix de l'Humanité 1951 1st British National Road Race Championships - BLRC independent road race (for semi-professional riders) 2nd ...
Lizzie Armitstead - Palmarès
... World Championships (junior) 1st points race, British National Track Championships (junior) 2nd 500 m TT, British National Track Championships (junior) 3rd scratch race, British National Track Championships (junior ...
Simeon Hempsall - Palmarés
1986 1st British National Road Race Championships - Junior 1989 2nd Stage 5b, Tour du Hainaut Occidental, Amateurs, Bellegem, Belgium 1990 1st British National Road Race ... Milk Race, Lincoln 1st Stage 3, Circuit Franco-Belge, Leuze, Belgium 3rd British National Road Race Championships - Amateur 3rd Manx Trophy 1993 1st ...

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