Bec CC Hill Climb 2014 gallery

Images from Sunday's Bec CC Hill Climb in Surrey. Photos by Dave Hayward

(Image credit: Dave Hayward)

Jack Pullar underlined his form ahead of the National Championships in a fortnight when he won the prestigious Bec CC hill climb on the 700-yard White Lane climb near Titsey in Surrey on Sunday.

The 2012 National Champion, who rides for Starley Primal, clocked 1-49.3 to take the win by 4.5 seconds, with a tie for second between Dan Sullivan (Norwood Paragon CC) and Glyndwr Griffiths (Arctic Tacx).

Garmin-Sharp pro David Millar made his last ever professional appearance in the Bec CC event, but could only manage to finish 21st.

For more details see our full British hill-climb round-up for the weekend.

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