Live Timing For Circuit Of The Dales

There will be live reporting of the times and results for the upcoming Circuit Of The Dales SpoCo race which takes place this Sunday from Ingleton. People can follow on the NLTTA website at the following links:

Start Sheet
Overall Rankings
Club Rankings

The start times are correct but the tables contain dummy data. The results will be available as and when the first result comes in at about 11.30am Sunday April 3rd 2022

NLTTA Combined Clubs 5 March 2022

North Lancashire Time Trial Association Combined Clubs 10 Mile Time Trial

Combined Clubs 10 Results

Consent form required for under 18’s PLEASE BRING ON THE DAY IF NOT SUBMITTED PREVIOUSLY

The Time: 2pm Saturday 5th March 2022
The Place: L1017 course Winmarleigh/Cockerham
Entry fee =£6 seniors, £3 juniors (consent form required)
Entries via club secretaries. Entries close 26th February.
Electronic transfer to NLTTA account and email entry/rider list preferred: North Lancashire Time Trial Association 05-05-55 19376594

Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their rules and regulations on

Saturday 5th March 2022 at 1401hrs
Timekeepers: TBC
Course L1017
First Rider – 14:01hrs

Event Secretary

Derek Parkinson 07922 476185

Event Headquarters

Winmarleigh Village Hall, Broad Ln, Winmarleigh, Preston PR3 0JY. Please return your number to the HQ after the event where refreshments will be available.

Course Details L1017
START on B5272 road in line with round section concrete bollard at northern side of entrance to Glasson limited near Winmarleigh and about 2.5 miles North West of Garstang and 2.5 miles south of Cockerham parish hall. Proceed north along the B5272 to junction with A588 at Cockerham (2.75 miles) where bear left along A588 to Stakepool (7.52 miles), to bear left opposite the Elletson Arms (9.08 miles). Continue to Cogie hill farm (9.55 miles) where left to finish at the last telegraph pole before Gibstick Cottage west on Island Lane (10 MILES).

Course record: Jake Wright 20:51

Affiliation fees for 2022 are £20 and are due on 1st January 2022

Payment can be made by bank transfer (preferred method) or by cheque.
Bank details:
Account Name:      North Lancs. Time Trial Association
Account Number:  19376594
Sort Code:               05-05-55
Reference:              Please add your Club name
By cheque:
Please make your cheque payable to:  NLTTA
Postal address to:  John Ward, 6 Hill View Road, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1JU
We are looking forward to running our full programme of competitions in 2022 including:
  • NLTTA Championship
  • NLTTA Speed BAR
  • NLTTA Distance BAR
  • NLTTA Points Championship
  • Junior Association Championship
  • Championships at 10, 25, 50, and 100 miles, Hill Climb for men, ladies, juniors, school boys and girls
  • SPOCO Championship
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Also, please can you confirm your address, contact number and whether or not this is the best email address to contact you on?
Thank you for your continued support of the NLTTA and please ignore this email if you have already paid your 2022 membership.
Wishing you and your club a very happy and safe cycling season for 2022.
Veronica Swift
Secretary to the NLTTA

Annual Lunch and Prizegiving, The Crofters, Garstang, Sunday 14 November 2021

Nearly 40 guests attended our annual get together to celebrate our 2021 prize-winners. MC for the afternoon was our very own Chairman, Matt Stell.

Simon Bridge of Manchester Bicycle Club was our guest of honour presenting the trophies.

Those collecting trophies were Debbie Moss (Team Merlin), Patrick Hickey (Rossendale RC), David Parkin (Chorley CC), John Morgan ( RT), David Rundall (Chorley CC), David Thompson (Rock 2 Roll CC), Paul Fleming (Preston Wheelers), Richard Nesfield (Beacon Wheelers).

A special callout goes to Francis Woodcock of Team SB Hub who won our prestigious George Nowland “100” Memorial Trophy. Francis although working most of Sunday morning still managed to make the trip to Garstang to receive his trophy from Val Nowland. Francis hopes to be racing in Spain next year.

This enjoyable afternoon was rounded off with a lively Q&A session with our guest of honour Simon Bridge, who clearly showed that, as well as being the one of the foremost riders on both road and time trialling scene in the Manchester area, was very keen to put something back into our sport. Simon presented Val Nowland and her two daughters, Susan and Janet with bouquets. George had been closely connected to the Association for many years prior to his sad passing in 2018.

This account of the Association’s Annual Lunch and Prizegiving would not be complete without mentioning David Bisset and Debbie Moss without whose hard work the afternoon
would not have been the success that it was.

Annual Awards Lunch on Sunday, 14 November , 12.00 for 1.00pm., at The Crofters, Garstang, PR3 1PH

After a break of a year we will be holding our ever popular :

Annual Awards Lunch on Sunday, 14 November, 12.00 for 1.00pm at The Crofters, Garstang, PR3 1PH

Tickets £25 from David Bisset 07896 983134 or

 Despite the pandemic we have successfully managed to run all our Competitions this season with around 40 of the top riders from this part of the North West eligible to receive their prizes at the lunch.

It would be good  if any members of your club could join us for what is always a very enjoyable afternoon of celebration, the occasional speech and general cycling chat. We are hoping to have a guest of honour and a Q and A session as well.

Finally, any prizewinners from 2019 who still have trophies please could you make arrangements to return them to David Bisset (contact details above) as soon as possible, thanks.

Could all monetory prize winners in the Points Competition please contact John Ward ( with your bank details so we can send your prize money via BACS.

SpoCo Championships report 2021

The season long SpoCo competition has been beset with problems all season due to the pandemic causing numerous postponements and cancellations and at the last the premier event, the Circuit of the Dales was cancelled for roadworks, a real blow. However, we have a competition where many riders completed the required 5 qualification rides but due to the number of cancellations we decided that riders with more than 3 rides also counted for the prizes.

And the winners are:

Jonny Hill
Many thanks to Martyn Uttley for the use of the photo

Men’s Champion
Jonny Hill, Barrow Central Wheelers

Women’s Champion
Debbie Moss, Team Merlin

Team Champions
Kent Valley RC (Andrew Barlow, Richard Belk, Phil Shaw)

Junior Men’s Champion
Joseph Allanson, Bury Clarion CC

V40 Men’s Champion
Neil Withington, Beacon Wheelers

V40 Women’s Champion
Joanna Cebrat, Bury Clarion CC

V50 Men’s Champion
Neil Higgins, Team ASL-Bolton

V60 Men’s Champion
Peter Greenwood, Clayton Velo

V70 Men’s Champion
David Rundall, Chorley CC

The Association BAR Championship

Andy Whiteside
Andy Whiteside Photo credit Ellen Isherwood

The NLTTA Association Best All Rounder competition based on 25, 50 and 100 mile TT’s.

Your 2021 champion is Andrew Whiteside (Bella in Sella) with an average speed of 27.64 mph. Close behind in 2nd place is Patrick Hickey (Rossendale RC) with 27.54 mph with Derek Parkinson (Springfield Financial RT) in 3rd.

There were no female qualifiers in 2021 or enough for a Team.

NLTTA Speed BAR Championship (Men)

Richard Nesfield – photo credit Ellen Isherwood

The speed BAR champions raced 2 10’s and 2 25’s during the season. Richard Nesfield of Beacon Wheelers had the fastest average speed with 29.54 mph, followed by Patrick Hickey (Rossendale RC) with an average speed of 29.13 mph. Very close behind in 3rd place is David Thompson (Rock 2 Roll CC) with 29.12 mph.

The Speed BAR Team Champions are the RT trio of John Morgan, Dan Taylor and Paul Shallicker.


The Vets category winners are:

  • V40: John Morgan ( RT) 28.59 mph
  • V50: John Fiddies (Team Lusso) 28.10 mph
  • V60: Peter Greenwood (Clayton Velo) 26.62 mph
  • V70+: David Rundall (Chorley CC) 25.74 mph
John Morgan
John Morgan
Photo Credit Ellen Isherwood

NLTTA Points Competition Report

The fastest and strongest riders on L courses provides the winners of the season long Points Competition. Thanks to Ellen Isherwood for the fantastic pictures.

And the winners are:

Patrick Hickey








Men’s Points Champion
Patrick Hickey, Rossendale RC
2nd place: Kamil Waligora, East Lancs RC
3rd place: David Thompson, Rock 2 Roll

Debbie Moss

Women’s Points Champion
Debbie Moss, Team Merlin
2nd place: Sue Cheetham, North Lancs RC
3rd place: Karen Bailey, East Lancs RC

Team Points Champions RT (John Morgan, Paul Shallicker, Dan Taylor)

John Morgan

V40 Men’s Champion
John Morgan, RT

V50 Men’s Champion
Paul Fleming, Preston Wheelers CC

V50 Women’s Champion
Carol Westmorland, Border City Wheelers

V60 Men’s Champion
Peter Greenwood, Clayton Velo

V60 Women’s Champion
Theresa Taylor, Ribble Valley Crossroads Care CT

V70+ Men’s Champion
Lee Foster, Border City Wheelers

NB, one rider one prize rule applies in this competition