2018 Statistics

2018 saw 852 open events and a total of 40,328 rides by 9,005 different riders, of which 84% were male and 16% female. The total time spent racing was 36,832 hours, and with 860,509 miles covered the average speed was 23.3mph. The average number of races ridden per rider was just under 4.5, and the most races ridden was 38 by Roger Sewell of Wisbech Wheelers.

Other detailed stats have been extracted from the data held by Spindata and can be explored within the articles below.

The riders who have completed most races in 2018.

The riders who have spent the longest time in the saddle during 2018.

The riders who have raced the furthest during 2018.

The rider in each district who has raced the furthest during 2018.

Fastest rides by men in 2018 over 10, 25, 50, and 100 miles.

Fastest rides by women in 2018 over 10, 25, 50, and 100 miles.

The high water mark for the score (i.e. average of counting rides) for every age (individual year groups) taken by the age of the rider on the day of the score. In other words the rider achieving the highest score in the rankings of any rider of the same age in 2018.

The high water mark for the score (i.e. average of counting rides) for every age (individual year groups) taken by the age of the rider on the day of the score. In other words the rider achieving the highest score in the rankings of any rider of the same age in 2018.

This shows the average points score for an event based on the rider's age. The graph shows every single ride in 2018 with the age of the rider on the day plotted against their rank. The two lines are the means for males (red) and females (blue).

The results from the National Time Trial held on 28th June (not shown on Spindata as its not a CTT open event) have been scored. The points have been allowed to go negative for this event to give us an idea of where the top pros are currently in comparison with CTT riders.

The best performance (i.e. lowest points score) for each of the riders with the very best points scores in events in 2018. These were each rider's finest performances of the year.

The riders who have climbed 20 categories or more during 2018.

The number of riders and rides by district during 2018.

London South has the highest number of riders on its books but Yorkshire riders are the most prolific and more rides have been undertaken in the South district than anywhere else.

The fastest and slowest courses in the country, deduced from the average speed of a notional rider of rank 2000 taken over all the events run on this course. This includes all events from 2017 and 2018.

Offers of correct distances for the following uncertain events/courses gladly recieved.