Cycle speedway crash compilation
cycle speedway crashes
Northern League Division 1 A&T vs Stockport 8th April 2018 Cycle Speedway
Astley & Tyldesley began their defence of all three Northern League titles with emphatic wins in each division, at Gin Pit against Stockport, today.
Last year's Division 1 runners-up Stockport tracked just six riders, with veteran Terry Norman having retired. A&T fielded ten riders in the Division 1 match, with Steve Harris, Pawel Idziorek and Kamil Bielica all making their competitive debuts for Team Green. A&T opened with a 6-4 in heat 1, after Higham took Harris wide and Evans slipped through to take the win. Stockport took the lead in heat 2, after Holland was excluded on the gate and Read passed Graham to join Preston at the front for a 7-2 heat win. A&T hit back with two 7-3s, firstly by Idziorek/ Pollitt over Campbell/ Wright and then by Bielica/ Evans over Preston/ McCabe, to move into a 22-17 lead. The home team controlled the match after this, banging in four more 7-3 heat wins to lead 88-61 going into heat 16, the first of three nominated heats. Preston/ Read took a 7-3 over Holland/ Evans in heat 16, before A&T wrapped up the match with two 7-3 heat wins, to Idziorek/ Pollitt over Wright/ Campbell and then to Harris/ Bielica over Higham/ McCabe, to make the final score 105-74. Pawel Idziorek raced to a fine 20 points maximum score and recorded the fastest time of the match, 40.76 seconds, in heat 3. A solid scoring A&T team were most impressive throughout. For Stockport, Jake Read and Michael Preston rode well, but lacked the back-up to trouble the home team.
Northern League Division 1 result
Astley & Tyldesley 105 Stockport 74
A&T: Pawel Idziorek 20, Reece Pollitt 19 (3), Steve Harris 17 (3), Kamil Bielica 17 (2), Max Evans 15 (2), Kyle Holland 10 (2), Mark Grantham 3, Mick Knowles 2, Paul Graham 2, Emily Burgess dnr.
Stockport: Jake Read 19 (2), Michael Preston 17, Ben Higham 12, Louis Wright 10, Devon Campbell 9, Lance McCabe 7.
Referee - Chas Whalley.
Indoor cycle speedway open final 2015/16
indoor cycle speedway open final 2015/16
Cycle Speedway British Individuals Under 14 Girls Championships 25th August 2018
Astley & Tyldesley's Emily Burgess won the u-14 Girls Championship, with a 16 points maximum score. The decisive race was in heat 7, when defending champion, Maddie Saunders, of Poole, lined up on grid 3, against Emily on grid 4. A crisp gate from the outside saw Emily clear Maddie going into the first bend and she raced to a vital win. With both girls winning their last races, Emily took the title, from Maddie. Exeter's Miah Lang took third place overall, dropping just two points.
u-14 Girls British Individual Championship
Emily Burgess (Astley & Tyldesley) 16, Maddie Saunders (Poole) 15, Miah Lang (Exeter) 14, Rosie Tidball (Exeter) 13, Rebekah Humphries (Birmingham) 12, Phoebe Hammond (Kesgrave) 11, Megan Burt (Wednesfield) 10, Erin Corrigan (Astley & Tyldesley) 9, Charmaine Wells (Leicester) 8.
Referee - Graham Lush (Stockport).
Cycle Speedway 2012 - Horspath Vs Wednesfield
Shot for the opening match of the 2012 season was a corker! Lee Arris and the Wednesfield team travel to The Village to take on Mark Boaler, Steve Harris and everything The Hammers have to throw at them!
All 18 rounds feature in this video, shot from one camera without music.
DPP Polish Team Cup 2016 Cycle Speedway Częstochowa helmet Cam
Rider view by Marcin Paradziński and Piotr Kupczyk.
Northern League Division 1 A&T vs Hull 12th August 2018 Cycle Speedway
North & Scotland League champions Astley & Tyldesley raced to a convincing 111-63 win over Hull in Sunday's Division 1 match at Gin Pit. The visitors turned up with just five riders, but three times British Champion Andy Angell won four of his six races, with good support from Nathan Everett, who was also a race winner. These two ensured that there were some good races on a damp, firm and grippy track. A&T took the opportunity to give races to all ten of their riders, who all scored well, with reserves Paul Graham and Emily Burgess both unbeaten. After the match, A&T were presented with the North & Scotland League Division 1 Cup, by the Regional Competitions Manager, Andy Schofield.
North & Scotland League Division 1 match result
Astley & Tyldesley 111 Hull 63.
A&T: Steve Harris 16 (2), Max Evans 15 (3), Pawel Idziorek 15 (1), Ciaran Collins 13 (2), Kyle Holland 11 (2), Reece Pollitt 11 (2), Mick Knowles 11, Emily Burgess 8, Paul Graham 7 (1), Tom Morrissey 4 (1).
Hull: Andy Angell 20, Nathan Everett 14, Dan Teal 11, Katie Greaves 10, Matt Eglan 8 (1).
Referee - Mike Hack.
BYJL Under 10's National Round 3 Cycle Speedway
British Youth & Junior League National Round 3 Under 10's at Astley & Tyldesley Cycling Club.
CYCLE SPEEDWAY SENIOR WORLD INDIVIDUAL 2005
Cycle Speedway 2011 - Horspath Vs Poole
Northern League Division 1 A&T vs Edinburgh 2nd September 2018 Cycle Speedway
Astley & Tyldesley rounded off their home Northern League fixtures in fine style at Gin Pit on Sunday.
A&T raced to a convincing 108-72 win over Edinburgh, in the Division 1 match, to complete the season with a 100% record. Reece Pollitt raced unbeaten, with the rest of the A&T team all scoring well. Jake Slight won two races for Edinburgh, but their only other race winner was Jason Keith.
Northern League Division 1 match result
Astley & Tyldesley 108 Edinburgh 72
A&T: Reece Pollitt 23 (1), Steve Harris 18 (2), Ciaran Collins 16 (1), Kyle Holland 15 (2), Max Evans 10 (1), Paul Graham 8, Mark Grantham 7 (1), Mick Knowles 7 (1), Emily Burgess 4.
Edinburgh: Jake Slight 16, Jason Keith 15 (1), Neil McPherson 14 (1), Lewis Foxley 11 (1), Dode Mitchell 10, Ewan Tulloch 5, James Foxley 1, Iain MacDonald dnr.
Referee - Chaz Whalley.
2015 Gin Pit Cycle Speedway Crashfiles
[no brakes, no gears]
Cycle Speedway British Individuals Under 14 Boys Championships 25th August 2018
Poole's Nathan Goulden made it a family double on the day, by winning the u-14 Boys Championship, with a 16 points maximum score. While Nathan was a clear winner, there was a real battle for the other rostrum places, which was decided in an eventful heat 11. Three riders were all on 11 points, each having lost to Nathan previously. Sheffield's Kielan Burton led from grid 1, with Poole's Kenzie Bennett, off grid 2, in hot pursuit, followed by Astley & Tyldesley's John White, from grid 4. The all action Kenzie fell while attempting to pass Kielan, who went on to win the race, with John coming through to finish second and Kenzie picking himself up for third. This meant that Kielan secured the silver medal and John the bronze medal.
u-14 Boys British Individual Championship
Nathan Goulden (Poole) 16, Kielan Burton (Sheffield) 15, John White (Astley & Tyldesley) 14, Kenzie Bennett (Poole) 13, Ellis Richmond (Wednesfield) 12, Jack Horton (Exeter) 11, Joshua Nottle (Poole) 10, Jack Reynolds (Coventry) 9, Harry Radford (Bury) 2.
Referee - Ben Higham (Stockport).
CYCLE SPEEDWAY SENIOR WORLD INDIVIDUAL 2001
2015 Cycle Speedway World Championships - some bits
Some moments from my phone, from the cycle speedway world championships final day in Wednesfield, West Midlands, UK
Cycle Speedway Senior Test Match no1 2013
Test Match Australia v Great Britain in Cycle Speedway. Gladiators on 2 wheels
Cycle speedway - Sheffield vs Bury 2016 (home)
2016 Northern League fixture - Sheffield vs Bury - 13th March 2016
Filmed by Niall Morton
Edited by Ed Morton
1- Richard Hudson
2- Joe Twigg
3- Kyle Holland
4- Vicky Brown (Captain)
5- Luke Morton
6- Adam Watson
7- Sam Haines
8- Ed Morton
1- Chris Parish
2- Adam Taylor
3- Kris Ramsden (Captain)
4- Neil Howarth
5- James Elston
6- Danny Taylor
7- Kaisar Mohammad
8- Adam Turnbull
Northern League Division 3 A&T vs Bury 8th July 2018 Cycle Speedway
A&T set up a new all time record score for the Northern League Division 3, by beating Bury 209-11. This is the first time in the six years of the competition that A&T have topped the 200 mark. Aiden Green and John White raced to 16 points maximum scores in the u-10 and u-13 categories respectively.
Northern League Division 3 match result
Astley & Tyldesley 209 Bury 11
A&T: Aiden Green 16, John White 16, Frank White 15, Duncan Whalley 15, Daniel Johnson 13, Tom Beeley 13, Tom Morrissey 13, Oscar Belt 12, Lewis Skitterall 11, Ada Cox 10, Freddie Cox 10, Lucy Grantham 10, Charlie Burgess 10, Freddy Warn 9, Sabrina Evans 8, Chloe Warn 8, Myles Grantham 7, Natasha Clitheroe 7, Harriet Belt 6.
Bury: Harry Radford 11.
Referee - Catherine White.
cycle speedway crash
British U13 indoor cycle speedway championships at Fit City in Manchester. Crash involving my son Jake. Now Champion
BYJL Girls Competition National Round 3 Cycle Speedway
British Youth & Junior League National Round 3 at Astley Cycling Club.