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10 October 2014
Congratulations to Richard Haughton who completed the North West Cyclocross Heaton Park Race on Sunday 5th October.
Richard is part of the Team Hoppers Rollers which is sponsored by Preston based business growth accountants, haleys, amongst a selection of other Preston based companies.
The race, which took place in Manchester, saw 71 riders battle it out to complete the technical course in the best time possible.
With many riders dismounting from their cycles to overcome obstacles, Richard powered through and headed off up and down a series of brutal hills, combined with swift downhill sections and long climbs back up.
With his fantastic kit showing off the haleys logo, Richard crossed the finish line after being flat out from the moment the whistle was blown and picking up speed near the end in order to pick up a place or two.
Well done, Richard - we look forward to seeing where your cycling adventures will take you next!Go Back
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