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Paul has a wheely good time in Majorca

PUBLISHED: 16:46 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:45 24 August 2010

WILLESDEN CC s Paul Doel finished as the best placed English rider in the week-long Vuelta Majorca International Masters. Doel, who is manager of the Bike Shop in North Harrow, competed in road racing and a time trial to finish in 12th place overall – fif

WILLESDEN CC's Paul Doel finished as the best placed English rider in the week-long Vuelta Majorca International Masters.

Doel, who is manager of the Bike Shop in North Harrow, competed in road racing and a time trial to finish in 12th place overall - fifth, seventh, 11th and 19th on the four days of the main event.

That performance, coupled with his efforts in the two single-day road races that completed the week, meant Doel also took fifth place in the 50-plus age group.

Back in Britain, Willesden's Pete Cookson rounded off his season with a respectable time of 1:08:16 in extremely windy conditions at the Brighton Mitre 25-mile event.

STUART Birnie was the fastest of a strong Willesden contingent as he took second place in the West London Combine Hill Climb.

Birnie successfully scaled Windsor Hill, Bucks, in two minutes and two seconds, followed by team-mate Simon Wicks in fifth place (2:05).

Tom London was sixth (2:07), Peter Dixon seventh (2:12) and Richard Jerome 10th (2:19). Brian Moon (3:02) also completed the race, while Lance Woodman had to retire halfway up the hill.

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