On 25th March, Tejvan Pettinger of Sri Chinmoy Cycling Team, finished in 2nd place in the Buxton Mountain Time Trial - a long standing event which is the 2nd round of the national RTTC classic time trial series. There was a high quality field with over 180 entrants. The course is quite hilly - climbing 1,100m over 33 miles. Pettinger has a good record in this event; on the four occassions of entering - he won in 2013 and finished 2nd on the other three occassions.

Top of climb

"I always enjoy this race because it is a good course. I've had a stop start winter with a few injuries and colds but I felt in quite good form and only a minute slower than last year. I did suffer on the last climb of the final lap though. It was a great day for cycling so afterwards I went and did some more training. I'm looking forward to next round after April break in New York."

- Tejvan Pettinger

Photo: Tony Wood
The Climb is run near Longnor, Buxton. With great views of the Peak District.



Top 3 Men

1 Philip Graves (Clifton CC) 1.23.26
2 Tejvan Pettinger (Sri Chinmoy CT) 1-24-25
3 Brett Harwood (Terry Wright Cycles) 1-24-58

Top 3 Women (2 laps - 22 miles):
1 Claire Rose (Podium Ambition-Club La Santa) 1:01.06
2 Elizabeth Stedman (Fusion RT) 1:03.42
3 Sarah Storey (Podium Ambition-Club La Santa) 1:04.39

Previous races 2016

In previous races this year, Tejvan finished 4th in the North Road Hardriders event in Feb. In March he finished 2nd in the Maidenhead and District 31 mile TT - just one second behind winner Danny Axford.


Buxton Mountain Time trial 2013