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NATIONAL TROPHIES AND WINNERS

This section (K) of the Handbook lists National Trophies and winners. Each trophy has a brief introduction outlining some of the history, and giving details of the donor of the trophy. Also included in the introduction to each trophy are the conditions relating to the award of the trophy. In these conditions, a “Member” is one whose application for membership of the Tricycle Association has been received, subject to ratification, by the National Treasurer; together with the fees for the current year; before the start of the qualifying event. This introductory paragraph also indicates if the trophy has to be claimed and indicates how the claim must be made. Over a period of time the aim is to improve these listings by the addition of winners times, average speeds, distances covered, etc. So far, some trophies have been updated in full or in part and updated lists will be issued from time to time. Any information which will help to fill these gaps will be gratefully received and should be sent to the National Secretary. To reduce the need to issue updates of this section on an annual basis space has been left at the end of each list of winners so that Members may update the lists annually from the information in the list of winners which is issued each year at the National Reunion Dinner. This information will also be updated in the on line version of the Handbook which can be found on the Tricycle Association website www.tricycleassociation.org.uk


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The Tricycle Trophy
Originally purchased in 1913 by subscription among tricyclists. From its inception in 1913 it was controlled by a Committee of Trustees until 1938 when it was presented to the Association by the Trustees for Open Competition among all tricyclists, subject to the condition that it is competed for in rotation at 50 and 100 miles and 12 and 24 hours. The counting event each year is announced in the Tricycle Association Gazette. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1913 H.G. Cook 1955 J. Mortimer
1914 H.G. Cook 1956 D. Duffield
1915 – 1918 1957 R.W. Prowse
not awarded – W. W. 1 1958 L. Bowerman
1919 W.C. Williamson 1959 R.N. West
1920 H. Pryor 1960 M. Carpenter
1921 H. Pryor 1961 T.K. Kelly
1922 D.F. Nash 1962 D.R. Green
1923 V. C. Skues 1963 D. Lyons
1924 F.R. Fisher 1964 J. Pardoe
1925 D.F. Nash 1965 W.B. Sargeant
1926 F.R. Fisher 1966 H. Bayley
1927 V.S. Bowman 1967 H. Bayley
1928 F.R. Fisher 1968 D. Stokes
1929 J.H. Brooks 1969 B.H. Waine
1930 A.H. Glass 1970 E. Tremaine
1931 R.L. Arnold 1971 E. Tremaine
1932 J.S. Jonas 1972 E. Tremaine
1933 A.L. Abram 1973 S. Hill
1934 E.A. Fry 1974 G. T. Jenkins
1935 S .Parker 1975 W.D. Goodall
1936 A.G. Oxbrow 1976 G. Jackson
1937 J.J. Davies 1977 C.E. Farrar
1938 E.R. Wilkinson 1978 W.D. Goodall
1939 W.O. Jackson 1979 E. Tremaine
1940 – 1944 1980 E.A. Rogerson
not awarded – W. W. 2 1981 M. Roberts
1945 J.S. Spackman 1982 P. Etheridge
1946 S.E. Armstrong 1983 H.E. Hargraves
1947 A. Crimes 1984 S.W. Jackson
1948 H. Millington 1985 S.W. Jackson
1949 L.C. Holt 1986 J.L. Kay
1950 S J. King 1987 J.C. Read
1951 J.F. Arnold 1988 M. Smith
1952 R. Turner 1989 J.W. Hopper
1953 R. Turner 1990 S.W. Jackson
1954 J.F. Arnold 1991 W.D. Goodall

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The Tricycle Trophy (continued)

1992 B. Moore 2002 S. Avery
1993 J.W. Hopper 2003 P. Oak
1994 B. Elliott 2004 J.W. Hopper
1995 K. Usher 2005 J.W. Hopper
1996 D. Wright 2006 M. Vowells
1997 J.W. Hopper 2007 J. Thompson
1998 T. Gould 2008 J.W. Hopper
1999 C. Tremaine 2009
2000 M. Purser 2010

The S. F. Edge Trophy
A perpetual trophy presented to the Association in 1931 by Mr. Selwyn Francis Edge, and awarded annually to the member making fastest absolute time in the Association’s 100 mile Road Time Trials or associated events. As the Trophy was not presented to the Association until 1931 it was awarded retrospectively for 1929 and 1930. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their qualifying ride by 7th October.

1929 A. H. Glass I.S.O. 1955 J. Mortimer
1930 A. H. Glass I.S.O. 1956 D. P. Duffield
1931 A. H. Glass I.S.O. 1957 D. P. Duffield
1932 H. E. Harvey 1958 D. P. Duffield
1933 B. Bevin 1959 C. Grainger
1934 E. A. Fry 1960 P. Schaay
1935 J. A. Hammond 1961 H. Bayley
1936 E. R. Wilkinson 1962 E. A. Rogerson
1937 E. R. Wilkinson 1963 P. Barnard
1938 E. R. Wilkinson 1964 J. Mansell
1939 E. R. Wilkinson 1965 J. Pardoe
1940 G. E. Lawrie 1966 N. Stark
1941 G. E. Lawrie 1967 H. Bayley
1942 R. Morford 1968 E. Tremaine
1943 C. F. Mullner 1969 E. Tremaine
1944 H. Henderson 1970 T. Waring
1945 H. Millington 1971 T. Morley
1946 S. E. Armstrong 1972 E. Tremaine
1947 A. Crimes 1973 E. Tremaine
1948 S. E. Armstrong 1974 S. Hill
1949 H. Daniels 1975 W. D. Goodall
1950 H. Daniels 1976 W. D. Goodall
1951 H. Daniels 1977 W. D. Goodall
1952 H. Daniels 1978 E. Tremaine
1953 J. F. Arnold 1979 E. Tremaine
1954 J. F. Arnold 1980 M. Smith

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The S.F. Edge Trophy (continued)

1981 M. Donnelly 1996 G. Lewis
1982 M. Donnelly 1997 R. Dadswell
1983 M. Donnelly 1998 T. Gould
1984 D. Saunders 1999 C. Bramwell
1985 J. Pardoe 2000 T. Gould
1986 J. C. Read 2001 R. Dadswell
1987 J. C. Read 2002 C. Bramwell
1988 G. Lewis 2003 C. Bramwell
1989 W. D. Goodall 2004 P Holland
1990 W. D. Goodall 2005 K. Usher
1991 B. J. Lamb 2006 D. Keene
1992 W. D. Goodall 2007 B. Charlton
1993 B. Elliott 2008 R. Dadswell
1994 J. Thompson 2009
1995 K. Usher 2010

The Road Championship Trophy
Presented by Mr J Van Hooydonk and awarded annually to the member with the best set of rides in Association or associated events at 25, 50 and 100 miles, calculated in a similar manner to the British Best All-Rounder Competition. The trophy cannot be won outright but a silver gilt medal will be presented to the winner for the year. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1930 J. H. Brooks 1950 T. H. Henderson
1931 A. H. Glass 1951 W. Clayton
1932 H. E. Harvey 1952 A. L. Rumbles
1933 E. A. Fry 1953 L. Bint
1934 J. A. Hammond 1954 D. H. Smith
1935 S. Parker 1955 J. Mortimer
1936 J. J. Davies 1956 G. Clayton
1937 J. J. Davies 1957 G. Clayton
1938 E. R. Wilkinson tie D. Scott 1958 C. Grainger
1939 G. E. Thomas 1959 C. Grainger
1940 G. E. Lawrie 1960 A. G. Wills
1941 G. E. Lawrie 1961 H. Bayley
1942 R. Morford 1962 H. Bayley
1943 C. F. Mullner 1963 J. Mansell
1944 T.H. Henderson 1964 P. Cudmore
1945 H. Millington 1965 H. Bayley
1946 S. E. Armstrong 1966 H. Bayley
1947 A. Crimes 1967 R. Drury
1948 S. E. Armstrong 1968 E. Tremaine
1949 T. H. Henderson 1969 E. Tremaine

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The Road Championship Trophy (continued)

1971 T. Waring 1991 W. D. Goodall
1972 F. Cubis 1992 B. Elliott
1973 E. Tremaine 1993 B. Elliott
1974 S. Hill 1994 B. Elliott
1975 W. D. Goodall 1995 W. Finch
1976 W. D. Goodall 1996 G. Lewis
1977 W. D. Goodall 1997 T. Gould
1978 D. W. Hornby 1998 T. Gould
1979 E. Tremaine 1999 T. Gould
1980 D. W. Hornby 2000 T. Gould
1981 G. Jackson 2001 M. Smith
1982 M. Henighan 2002 W. Baker
1983 E. A. Rogerson 2003 C. Bramwell
1984 D. Saunders 2004 P. Holland
1985 J. Pardoe 2005 P. Hopkins
1986 J. L. Kay 2006 D. Keene
1987 J. C. Read 2007 B. Charlton
1988 G. Lewis 2008 A.W. Nye
1989 W. D. Goodall 2009
1990 W. D. Goodall 2010

The Major Liles Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy presented by Mr H. W. Bartleet, consisting of the eight National Championship Medals won by the late Major C. E. Liles, set in a silver salver also won by him, and awarded annually for the best set of tricycle rides at 50 miles, 100 miles and 12 hours, calculated in the same manner as the British Best All-Rounder Competition. Rides in any T.A. event or any Open or Association event under C.T.T. regulations are eligible, subject to the approval of the National Executive Committee. The competition is open to any tricyclist, whether a member of the T.A. or not. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October. A silver gilt medal will be presented to the winner if a member of the T.A. and certificates to all members exceeding an average of 18 mph. Where known, the winning average speed is given in miles per hour.

1932 T.H. Henderson 19.048 1943 C.F. Mullner
1933 W .O. Jackson 18.943 1944 T.H. Henderson 18.375
1934 A.L. Abram 18.647 1945 H. Millington
1935 W.O. Jackson 19.158 1946 S.E. Armstrong 18.558
1936 E.R. Wilkinson 19.232 1947 S.E. Armstrong
1937 E.R. Wilkinson 19.279 1948 S.E. Armstrong 19.412
1938 E.R. Wilkinson 19.735 1949 A. Crimes 20.114
1939 G.E. Thomas 18.676 1950 S.J. King
1940 G.C.J. Green 18.141 1951 H. Daniels 20.317
1941 G.E. Lawrie 18.618 1952 A. Crimes 20.693
1942 A.E.C. Harrison 1953 J.F. Arnold 21.567

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The Major Liles Memorial Trophy (continued)

1954 P. Duncan 20.608 1983 E. Tremaine 21.847
1955 J. Mortimer 21.005 1984 C. Tremaine 21.320
1956 P. Duncan 21.052 1985 G. Lewis 20.373
1957 A. Crimes 21.120 1986 J.L. Kay 21.297
1958 L. Bowerman 21.920 1987 D. Saunders 21.676
1959 D. P. Duffield 21.210 1988 E. Marsh 21.306
1960 M. Davey 20.832 1989 C. Tremaine 20.615
1961 D.P. Duffield 21.168 1990 V. Trigger 20.783
1962 E.A. Rogerson 20.714 1991 R. Dadswell 21.432
1963 H. Bayley 20.237 1992 R. Dadswell 21.238
1964 J. Pardoe 20.899 1993 R. Dadswell 22.575
1965 H. Bayley 21.038 1994 R. Dadswell 21.544
1966 H. Bayley 21.610 1995 C. Tremaine 20.404
1967 P. Howell 20.928 1996 R. Dadswell 22.490
1968 E. Tremaine 21.793 1997 R. Dadswell 22.135
1969 E. Tremaine 21.484 1998 R. Dadswell 21.259
1970 T. Waring 20.714 1999 R. Dadswell 22.044
1971 E. Tremaine 22.027 2000 R. Dadswell 22.046
1972 E. Tremaine 22.296 2001 R. Dadswell 22.183
1973 S. Hill 21.582 2002 R. Dadswell 22.254
1974 J.F. Thompson 21.169 2003 R. Dadswell 21.838
1975 A.J. Pell 21.654 2004 R. Dadswell 21.855
1976 W.D. Goodall 21.559 2005 R. Dadswell 21.664
1977 W.D. Goodall 21.186 2006 D. Keene 23.204
1978 J. Thompson 21.859 2007 R. Dadswell 21.503
1979 D.J. Pitt 22.208 2008 R. Dadswell 21.867
1980 S.W. Jackson 21.583 2009
1981 E. Hargraves 21.158 2010
1982 D.J. Pitt 22.286

The H W Bartleet Memorial Shield
A perpetual trophy purchased by public subscription as a memorial to the late Mr. H. W. Bartleet, and presented to the T.A. Awarded annually to the member riding the greatest distance on a tricycle in any T.A., Open or Association 12 hour Road Time Trial. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1945 H. Millington 1953 J. F. Arnold
1946 L. Morris 1954 P. Duncan
1947 E. A. Fry 1955 P. Duncan
1948 S. E. Armstrong 1956 P. Duncan
1949 A. Crimes 1957 A. Crimes
1950 W. Ward 1958 L. Bowerman
1951 A. Crimes 1959 D. P. Duffield
1952 J. F. Arnold 1960 K. Usher

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The H W Bartleet Memorial Shield (continued)

1961 H. Bayley 1986 J.F. Thompson
1962 H. Bayley 1987 D. Saunders
1963 H. Bayley 1988 E. Marsh
1964 J. Pardoe 1989 J. W. Hopper
1965 H. Bayley 1990 J. W. Hopper
1966 H. Bayley 1991 R. Dadswell
1967 P. Howell 1992 R. Dadswell
1968 E. Tremaine 1993 R. Dadswell
1969 E. Tremaine 1994 R. Dadswell
1970 T. Waring 1995 J.W. Hopper
1971 E. Tremaine 1996 R. Dadswell
1972 E. Tremaine 1997 R. Dadswell
1973 S. Hill 1998 C. Tremaine
1974 J.F. Thompson 1999 R. Dadswell
1975 A. J. Pell 2000 R. Dadswell
1976 W. D. Goodall 2001 R. Dadswell
1977 H. E. Hargraves 2002 R.Dadswell
1978 E. Tremaine 2003 R. Dadswell
1979 S. W. Jackson 2004 R. Dadswell
1980 S. W. Jackson 2005 R. Dadswell
1981 H.E. Hargraves 2006 R. Dadswell
1982 P. Etheridge 2007 R. Dadswell
1983 E. Tremaine 2008 R. Dadswell
1984 C. Tremaine 2009
2010

The H Wilson (Major) Trophy
A perpetual trophy presented by Mr H. Wilson, and awarded annually to the member riding the greatest distance on a tricycle in any 24 hour Road Time Trial approved by the National Executive Committee. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1949 A. Crimes 1962 H. Bayley
1950 S. J. King 1963 F. Brown
1951 J. F. Arnold 1964 J. Shuttleworth
1952 A. Crimes 1965 J. Pardoe
1953 J. F. Arnold 1966 H.S. Spelling
1954 P. Duncan 1967 J. Shuttleworth
1955 D. Duffield 1968 M. Henighan
1956 A. Crimes 1969 G. Jenkins
1957 T. K. Kelly 1970 T.K. Kelly
1958 T. K. Kelly 1971 E. Tremaine
1959 K. Usher 1972 E. Tremaine
1960 J. Shuttleworth 1973 S. Hill
1961 T. K. Kelly 1974 D. Jackson

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The H Wilson (Major) Trophy (continued)

1975 G. Adams 1993 J.W. Hopper
1976 W. H. Wooton 1994 P. Holland
1977 C. E. Farrar 1995 J.W. Hopper
1978 M. Smith 1996 J.W. Hopper
1979 M. Smith 1997 J.W. Hopper
1980 M. Smith 1998 J.W. Hopper
1981 S.W. Jackson 1999 J.W. Hopper
1982 L. Lowe 2000 J.W. Hopper
1983 E. Tremaine 2001 J.W. Hopper
1984 J.M. Jackson 2002 J.W. Hopper
1985 S.W. Jackson 2003 J.W. Hopper
1986 J.W. Hopper 2004 J.W. Hopper
1987 J.W. Hopper 2005 J.W. Hopper
1988 Mrs. F. Beard 2006 J.W. Hopper
1989 J.M. Jackson 2007 J.W. Hopper
1990 J.W. Hopper 2008 J.W. Hopper
1991 J.W. Hopper 2009
1992 J.W. Hopper 2010

The Higgins Trophy 
A perpetual trophy presented by Mr. F. J. Higgins, to be awarded annually to the member riding the fastest 25 mile time on a tricycle in any T.A. Open or Association event. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1954 R. J. Haynes 1974 F. Cubis
1955 G. Clayton 1975 R. A. Stirling
1956 W. F. Johnson 1976 W. D. Goodall
1957 G. Clayton 1977 A. Richards
1958 C. Grainger 1978 J. C. Read
1959 G. Clayton 1979 D. Gabbott
1960 R. N. West 1980 D. Gabbott
1961 R. N. West 1981 D. Gabbott
1962 M. Tassano 1982 D.J. Pitt
1963 P. Barnard 1983 D. Saunders
1964 D. Gabbott 1984 J.C. Read
1965 D. Gabbott 1985 N. B. Knox
1966 D. Crook 1986 N. B. Knox
1967 D. Crook 1987 I. Finch
1968 J. Hill 1988 E. Marsh
1969 T. Waring 1989 R. Crisp
1970 T. Waring 1990 E. Marsh
1971 T. Waring 1991 D. Saunders
1972 T. Morley 1992 G.N.Longland
1973 J.F. Thompson 1993 S. Brown

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The Higgins Trophy (continued)

1994 S. Brown 2003 S. Brown
1995 S. Brown 2004 D. Keene
1996 S. Brown 2005 D. Keene
1997 S. Brown 2006 D. Keene
1998 S. Brown 2007 D. Keene
1999 S. Brown 2008 C. Saint
2000 S. Brown 2009 C. Saint
2001 S. Brown 2010
2002 S. Brown * claimed and awarded retrospectively

Bruce Kingsford Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy purchased from the legacy left to the Association by H. B. Kingsford to perpetuate his memory. Awarded annually to the fastest member in the Bruce Kingsford Memorial 50 mile Time Trial. This is a National Championship event.

1957 G. Clayton 1984 E. Tremaine
1958 A. G. Wills 1985 J. C. Read
1959 D. P. Duffield 1986 J. C. Read
1960 A. G. Wills 1987 I. Finch
1961 H. Bayley 1988 J. C. Read
1962 A. G. Wills 1989 I. Finch
1963 R. Lee 1990 V. G. Trigger
1964 P. Cudmore 1991 W. D. Goodall
1965 D. Gabbott 1992 B. Moore
1966 D. Crook 1993 B. Elliott
1967 N. Stark 1994 B. Elliott
1968 E. Tremaine 1995 B. Elliott
1969 E. Tremaine 1996 B. Elliott
1970 T. Waring 1997 C. Knapp
1971 E. Tremaine 1998 R. Dadswell
1972 T. Waring 1999 J. Beard
1973 E. Tremaine 2000 R. Dadswell
1974 E. Tremaine 2001 J.F. Thompson
1975 W. D. Goodall 2002 S. Brown
1976 W. D. Goodall 2003 R. Dadswell
1977 W. D. Goodall 2004 R. Dadswell
1978 W. D. Goodall 2005 D. Keene
1979 D. J. Pitt 2006 D. Keene
1980 D. Gabbott 2007 B. Charlton
1981 J. Stark 2008 D. Keene
1982 E. Tremaine 2009 D. Keene
1983 J.C. Read 2010

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The Stan Spelling Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy purchased by public subscription as a memorial to H. S. (Stan) Spelling. To be awarded to the rider with the fastest actual time in the Tricycle Association 25 mile Championship Time Trial. This is a National Championship event.

1973 E. Tremaine 1.03.57 1992 I. Finch 1.01.48
1974 S. Hill 1.01.11 1993 S. Brown 1.02.20
1975 R. A. Stirling 59.28 1994 S. Brown 1.02.59
1976 W. D. Goodall 58.38 1995 B. Elliott 59.38
1977 R. A. Stirling 1.03.47 1996 R. Hallett 1.03.57
1978 J. C. Read 1.04.52 1997 S. Fitz-Hugh 1.04.39
1979 D. Gabbott 1.00.24 1998 B. Elliott 1.05.53
1980 D. Gabbott 1.01.58 1999 M. Gelder 1.06.19
1981 P. Carr 1.00.42 2000 R. Dadswell 1.04.49
1982 D. J. Pitt 1.01.08 2001 R. Dadswell 1.07.33
1983 R. Hallett 59.59 2002 R. Dadswell 1.04.12
1984 J. C. Read 1.01.56 2003 R. Dadswell 1.04.22
1985 R. Hallett 1.02.47 2004 D. Keene 1.02.37
1986 I. Finch 1.01.33 2005 D. Keene 59.16
1987 M. Gelder 1.02.08 2006 D. Keene 58.24
1988 D. Worsfold 1.02.40 2007 B. Charlton 57.05
1989 I. Finch 1.02.31 2008 D. Keene 1.02.13
1990 G. N. Longland 1.02.17 2009 C. Saint 59.33
1991 D. J. Pitt 59.43 2010

Jenny Noad Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy donated by the Women’s Tricycle Association to be awarded annually to the fastest member in the Tricycle Association 10 mile Championship Time Trial. This is a National Championship event.

1983 R. Hallett 25.31 1997 S. Fitz-Hugh 25.31
1984 R. Hallett 24.26 1998 S. Brown 24.15
1985 I. Finch 24.22 1999 W. Baker 25.37
1986 I. Finch 24.12 2000 R. Dadswell 24.43
1987 D. Worsfold 24.49 2001 R. Dadswell 25.17
1988 D. Worsfold 24.13 2002 R. Dadswell 25.00
1989 I. Finch 25.17 2003 R. Dadswell 24.20
1990 G. N. Longland 24.04 2004 R. Dadswell 24.52
1991 I. Finch 24.24 2005 D. Keene 23.14
1992 I. Finch 23.57 2006 B. Charlton 22.51
1993 S. Brown 24.05 2007 N. Wood 24.11
1994 B. Elliott 23.48 2008 D. Keene 24.23
1995 B. Elliott 23.19 2009 C. Saint 22.53
1996 W. Baker 25.18 2010

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The Hilda Dover Trophy
A perpetual trophy donated by the Women’s Tricycle Association to be awarded to the lady member with the fastest 25 mile time trial in any Tricycle Association event. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their rides by 7th October.

1980 K. Bellingham 1996 P. Graystock
1981 K. Bellingham 1997 H. Purser
1982 J. Dakin 1998 H. Purser
1983 T. Twidell 1999 C. Minto
1984 T. Twidell 2000 L. May
1985 F. Beard 2001 P. Graystock
1986 F. Beard 2002 C. Minto
1987 F. Beard 2003 C. Minto
1988 F. Beard 2004 A. Purser
1989 P. Graystock 2005 not awarded
1990 V. Staines 2006 not awarded
1991 V. Staines 2007 A. Purser
1992 P. Graystock 2008 A. Purser
1993 P. Graystock 2009 A. Purser
1994 H. Purser 2010
1995 H. Purser

May Wood Trophy
A perpetual trophy donated by the Women’s Tricycle Association, to be awarded to the lady member with the fastest 10 mile time trial in any Open, Tricycle Association or Association event. The trophy must be claimed and claimants must notify the National Time Trial Secretary of their ride by 7th October.

1982 L. Hanlon 1997 H. Purser
1983 T. Twidell 1998 H. Purser
1984 T. Twidel1 1999 C. Minto
1985 not awarded 2000 C. Minto
1986 S. Longstaff 2001 P. Graystock
1987 F. Beard 2002 C. Minto
1988 F. Beard 2003 C. Minto
1989 P. Graystock 2004 A Purser
1990 V. Staines 2005 not awarded
1991 V. Staines 2006 not awarded
1992 V. Staines 2007 not awarded
1993 G. Spiers 2008 A. Purser
1994 H. Purser 2009 A. Purser
1995 H. Purser 2010
1996 P. Graystock

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The Tricyclists’ Time Trial League Trophy
A perpetual trophy awarded annually to the member gaining the highest total of points in the Tricyclists’ Time Trial League table. Points will be awarded for positions in each event, 30 for fastest member down to 1 for 30th and the winner of the competition will be the rider with the most points. The table to consist of sixteen events each year comprising two nominated events from each region plus the Circuit of the Dales and the Tricycle Association World Tricycle Time Trial Championship. A minimum of six events to be ridden to qualify for the league with the best ten results to count. Certificates will be awarded to all competitors who qualify. Claims are not required as the League Organizer is responsible for ensuring the collection and collation of the event results and providing a final list of qualifiers and positions so that the trophy and certificates for others in the table can be awarded at the Annual Dinner and Reunion. The original trophy donated by Nick Bailey was replaced in 1993 as there was no more engraving space and the trophy was nearing the end of its life. A replacement trophy was donated by Peter and Gwyneth Holland and the N.E.C. agreed that the original trophy should be held in trust for the Association by the person who had won the Tricyclist’s Time Trial League the most times in the period 1984 to 1993; this being Peter Holland.

1984 J. Kay 1998 M. Gowers
1985 T. Rice 1999 P. Holland
1986 J. C. Read 2000 R. Alma
1987 J. Kay 2001 M. Purser
1988 P. Holland 2002 M Purser
1989 P. Holland 2003 P. Holland
1990 V. Trigger 2004 S. Avery
1991 B. Lamb 2005 P. Oak
1992 B. Elliott 2006 P. Holland
1993 P. Holland 2007 A. Hills
1994 P. Holland 2008 A.W. Nye
1995 W. Baker 2009 A.W. Nye
1996 W. Baker 2010
1997 W. Baker

The Betty Covington Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy purchased by public subscription as a memorial to Mrs Betty Covington to be awarded to the winner of the T.A. National Criterium Championship. This event is allocated to an appropriate T.A. or open event on an annual basis.

1987 I. Finch 1995 B. Elliott 2003 S. Charlton
1988 I. Finch 1996 B. Elliott 2004 G. Booker
1989 S. Charlton 1997 B. Elliott 2005 S. Charlton
1990 K. Jiggens 1998 B. Elliott 2006 S. Charlton
1991 B. Elliott 1999 S. Charlton 2007 G. Booker
1992 B. Elliott 2000 B. Elliott 2008 G. Booker
1993 B. Elliott 2001 S. Charlton 2009 G. Booker
1994 B. Elliott 2002 R. Akers 2010

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The Fliss Beard Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy purchased by public subscription as a memorial to Mrs F ‘Fliss’ Beard to be awarded to the fastest member in the T.A. National 100 mile Championship event. This event is allocated to an appropriate T.A. or open event on an annual basis.

1990 G. Lewis 2001 R. Dadswell
1991 B. Lamb 2002 C. Bramwell
1992 B. Elliott 2003 C. Bramwell
1993 F. Taylor 2004 P. Holland
1994 B. Elliott 2005 K. Usher
1995 K. Usher 2006 R. Dadswell
1996 G. Lewis 2007 not awarded
1997 R. Dadswell 2008 R. Dadswell
1998 T. Gould 2009
1999 C. Bramwell 2010
2000 T. Gould

The Dora Biggs Trophy
Originally a Women’s Tricycle Association trophy then presented to the Tricycle Association. Awarded annually to the lady member with the fastest 100 mile time trial in any Open or Association event. Claims for the trophy to be submitted to the National Time Trial Secretary by 7th October.

1991 V. Staines 2001 not awarded
1992 S.J. Charlton 2002 not awarded
1993 Not awarded 2003 not awarded
1994 S.J. Charlton 2004 not awarded
1995 not awarded 2005 not awarded
1996 not awarded 2006 not awarded
1997 not awarded 2007 not awarded
1998 not awarded 2008 not awarded
1999 not awarded 2009
2000 C. Minto 2010

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The Ken Jiggens Tricyclists’ Criterium League Memorial Trophy
A perpetual trophy donated by Roger Akers and in memory of Ken Jiggens to be awarded annually to the member gaining the highest total of points in the Tricyclists’ Criterium League table. There shall be eight qualifying events, which must be held under British Cycling rules and open to tricyclists only, with at least four entries from T.A. members to constitute an event. The events are selected each year by the League organizer and are approved by the N.E.C. In each counting event points will be awarded to T.A. members as follows: 10 points to the fastest; 9 to the second fastest; 8 to the third, and so on, down to 1 point to the 10th fastest T.A. finisher and to any other T.A. finisher, or to any T.A. competitor who is withdrawn on instructions from the commissaire or other official. Claims are not required as the League Organizer is responsible for ensuring the collection and collation of the event results and providing a final list of qualifiers and positions so that the trophy and certificates for others in the table can be awarded at the Annual Dinner and Reunion.

2007 G. Booker
2008 G. Booker
2009 G. Booker
2010

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Calendar Notes

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