Ron Day Memorial – MK Bowl (5)

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Ron Day Memorial – MK Bowl (5)

The Ron Day Memorial MK Bowl races – Race 5 – 11th June 2024 (Sponsored by Church Lane Creative).

A DRY race tonight- YAY – and just enough helpers to run the race outside the gates after 30 mins. Thank you so much to all the helpers tonight that made this happen 🥰🥰

The ABCD race didn’t miss the Gavin Howell train tonight. A strong break of 3 riders stayed away with Michael DArcy taking a great win with a strong sprint from Lewis King and Krzysztof Zakręta with the following bunch sprint being won by Mark Calvert.

The EFG also saw a strong 2 man break staying away with Barry Bonnett taking the win from John Lacey followed by the bunch sprint being won by Ralph Keeler.

A great night of safe racing, thank you to everyone who came out to support and congratulations to our winners.

I am short of marshal helpers for next week and beyond. Please can you volunteer one evening if you have not done so already. Thank you x

Latest MK Bowl Series Rankings.

Full results can be found here (opens in new tab).

RaceRace PosNameClubCatCat PosSeries Points
ABCD1Michael D’ArcyCC LutonC115
2Lewis KingRotor Race TeamD115
3Krzysztof ZakretaCC LutonA115
4Mark CalvertCC LutonC212
5Chris SmithPython RTC310
6Rich EdwardsCC LutonD212
7Andy SmithBMCRD310
8Frazer GlewRide Revolution CoachingC48
9Mark BellTeam Milton KeynesC56
10John BeckettRugby Velo ClubD48
11Lee BlockStevenage CCB115
EFG1Barry BonnettBMCRE115
2John LaceyTMG Horizon Cycling TeamE212
3ralph keelerSt.Ives CCG115
4Malcolm FreemanGS VecchiG212
5Tony CarterBMCRG310
6Patrick EllerbeckVeloElite RCG48
7manuel manriqueHitchin Nomads CCE310
8John William TustingQN RacingF115
9Clare E Belle SimonRacer NanG56
10Keith SnookBossard WheelersG65
11ian cooperBossard WheelersG74

If you spot any errors in placing, or if you are wrongly identified, please e-mail Incorrect formatting, capitalisation of names etc. is normally a result of the data on RiderHQ. If you correct it there, it should feed through to future results.