Hope take Rapha Supercross after Oldham wins in Ally Pally

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Hope Technology were crowned champions of the inaugural Rapha Supercross Series after their leading rider, reigning national champion Paul Oldham, won the third and final race at a packed Alexandra Palace in London on Sunday.

Lancashire-based Oldham crossed the line nearly a minute ahead of his nearest rival Jody Crawforth, clearly intent on soloing to victory after being out-sprinted by Hargroves Cycles rider and last year's National Trophy series champion Crawforth in the second round in Huddersfield.

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