NFCC have a series of awards which are handed out at the end of each season, where applicable, to reward Members for a number of achievements throughout the season. Over the years, the quantity of awards and trophies have grown in size so this list is to serve as a record of the reason for their award, and a record of previous winners.
Awarded to competitor recording the fastest club or open 25 in the season. A new cup for 2021 to replace the Broomfield Bowl.
The Roger Bacon Cup is in honour of long standing club member, former President and Racing Secretary, Roger Bacon who died in 2019. Roger was also an accomplished Cyclo-cross rider and cycle tourist who lived in Sway.
Awarded to the club champion, points awarded for the first five in each of a nominated set of events at the start of the season and indicated on the club calendar. All nominated events will count 5 points allocated to first down to 1 for fifth.
A perpetual trophy for the Club Championship, presented by the founder of the Club, Mr.M.W.Cook, shall be awarded to the rider who gains most points for the fastest placings, in nominated events promoted under Rule 11(a). In the event of a tie, the cup shall be held jointly.
|1967||F.P Lane P.W Hawker M.J May||3|
|1969||R. Jolliffe D. Panks|
|1978||R. Bacon D. Panks||15|
|1986||R. Bacon A. Roberts||9|
|1996||T. Baker S. Grace|
|2012||G. Lock B. Boardman|
Awarded for the fastest average speed in combined 10,15 and 25 mile events in the season, the short distance BAR. Originally presented by a local female justice of the peace.
|Year||Name||Average Speed (MPH)|
Awarded for the fastest ride ‘around the forest’ in the season. This is now based solely on the NFCC P333 open event, or variation of such should it be shortened due to weather/roadworks.
Douglas Edwin (Ted) Joyce was a founder member of the club, who died in an accident in November 1938.
The award was originally for the full distance of 68 miles, done at any time of year with a time keeper. That course became too busy in sections, or otherwise impossible on a bicycle. Since 2007 it has been awarded for completion of the P333 open TT held by the club over varying courses, due to road works and shortened courses; marked * where known.
|1939||D. B. Sprackland||03:25:53|
|1954||C. W. Gannaway||03:10:21|
|1955||C. W. Gannaway||03:05:08|
|1956||C. W. Gannaway||03:07:23|
|1957||C. W. Gannaway||03:01:07|
|1976||C. W. Gannaway||03:12:29|
|1979||C. W. Gannaway||03:12:58|
Awarded for the fastest open 50 mile time by a club member in any event in the season.
Presented by Mr Wareham of Wareham’s Cycle Shop in New Milton,,
|1966||F. P. Lane||02:30:03|
|1967||M. J. May||02:15:48|
Awarded to the under 18 rider (under 18 at the start of the season) who has the fastest average speed over three 10 mile TTs in any events during the season.
The original trophy was lost or not returned by a recipient. A new trophy has been created for 2021.
Awarded to the female with the fastest combined average speed in two ten mile and one 25 mile club or open event during the season. Where the competitors are Veterans, the fastest combined ‘plus’ to be taken into account.
|Year||Winner||Av. Speed MPH|
|2010||A. M. Samuel||20.693|
Awarded for the fastest open 100 or if competitors are Veteran the best plus in the season. The plus time gained will be used as a handicap value to further lower the Veteran time
Presented by Eric Dunstan who was a Club member in the 1980s.
Awarded to the overall winner of the 10 series. A female winner award is also made as the best in any category.
In memory of a very promising young club member in the late 1970’s/ early 1980’s who was killed in a motorcycle accident, shall be awarded to the overall points winner of the Club evening 10 mile series taken from their best counting rides in this series.
|1992||M. Ashurst/R. Willmott|
Awarded to the winner of the Ten Series Division 2.
|2010||B. Boardman/T. Butler|
Awarded to the competitor who achieves the best ‘plus’ times combined over one each 25 , 50 and 100 mile events based on VTTA standards.
Prior to 2019 was based on 25, 30 and 50 mile times, which prior to 2017 was based on average speed.
Presented by Eric Dunstan who was a Club member in the 1980s.
|Year||Winner||Plus Av Sp MPH|
|2006||P. Weaver||not recorded|
|Year||Winner||Plus time HH:MM:SS|
A non competitive award determined by the committee for most active or deserving member.
The Forest Circuits Shield – presented by Keith Mitchell.
Keith was a long time club and committee member who lives locally.
Awarded to the winner of the 15m aggregate challenge – with the best 2 of 3 events to count, 5 points for a win down to 1 for 5th place.
Historically and as the name suggests, the award was presented for the combined time of two early season events on the P334c and P335c totalling 23 miles. The award is no longer presented, the events being discontinued in 2019 due to poor numbers attending. In the 90s and early 2000s they were well attended, but the A35 and poor spring weather reduced numbers. Courses were shortened due to road issues indicated by *.
Awarded to the competitor gaining the most BC points in a season. Beaulieu Circuit races, if held, will count using the same scoring system as BC Cat C races and be added to the total.
The award has previously had no inscription plate, but from 2021 a history of winners will be kept.
Awarded by committee on merit to the member, male or female who has excelled most or represented the club most throughout the previous cyclo-cross season. The award is given at the awards ceremony for the season that ended in that year. The 2021 trophy is thus based on the 2020-2021 season.
The Roger Bacon Cyclo-cross Trophy is in honour of long standing club member, former President and Racing Secretary, Roger Bacon who died in 2019. Roger was also an accomplished Cyclo-cross rider and cycle tourist who lived in Sway.
The original Cyclo-cross trophy has been lost through time.
Awarded to the veteran competitor who achieves the best ‘plus’ times over a combination of two 10 mile and two 25 mile events based on VTTA standards. Based on VTTA standards of two ten and two 25 mile Time Trials since 2019;
prior to 2019 based on combined average speed above VTTA standard.
Awarded by long term successful Veteran member Terry Jefferies who died while still a club member.
|Year||Winner||Plus Av Speed MPH|
|Year||Winner||Plus Time HH:MM:SS|
Initiated in 1996, the trophy was awarded to the club with the lowest average points over a series of events. Points were awarded using a number of different schemes, allowing for age related points as well as outright speed.
The trophy has been discontinued, largely due to the demise of the Crabwood club and the ability to field competitors.
Awarded at the discretion of the committee to a rider nominated by the Race Secretary. Nominations to the Race Secretary are welcome from all club members.
A perpetual trophy, presented by his widow in memory of Colin Broomfield, a founder member and first Secretary of the club as well as a talented racer. Awarded to the member who records the fastest time of the season for 25 miles.
Awarded to the club member with the fastest 25 mile time on any open or club event during the season. Many of these records have been achieved on club courses, but some at opens. With the reduction in club 25 courses, open events will count.
This award has been discontinued as agreed in a review by the committee in 2021 and replaced by the Roger Bacon Cup.
|1967||F. P. Lane||01:11:06|
|1985||C. Bix/S. Gossling||58:40|
The Jonathan Bottomley Cup Fastest Junior 25. Presented in memory of a naturally talented young club member, training to be a Doctor, who was killed in a motor cycle accident at Milford in 1989.
The award has been discontinued due to lack of Junior club members and popularity of 25 mile TTs, as agreed in a review by the committee in 2021.
The Johnson Challenge Trophy – 12 hour record
Presented by Pete Johnson who was a club member in the 1950s, awarded to the rider recording the greatest mileage in a 12 hour event.
The Pope Cup – Hill Climb Champion.
Presented by Bert Pope a club member in the 1950s. Courses have varied over the years, in recent times Dean Hill at Whiteparish, Bolderwood and also Emery Down have been used hence the variation in times.
The award has been discontinued due to poor attendance over the last 5 years or so.
|1988||C. J Gannaway||1:45|