Adrian Marshall set a new personal best time as he won round 12 of Boston Wheelers’ 10-League.
He won the latest 10-mile time trial last Tuesday, clocking 22 mins 02 secs.
Previous winners Dan Carr and Martin White were well behind on this occasion, but visitor James Hadley Smith showed everyone how it is done by breaking the course record once again.
He finished the route in 21 mins 47 secs,
Results: 1 Adrian Marshall 22-02, 2 Dan Carr 23-16, 3 Martin White 23-26 4 Pete Flint 24-56, 5 Nick Chapman 25-10, 6 Neil Coles 25-26, 7 Debbie Barnett 25-43, 8 Richard Cripps 28-39.
Private trials: James Hedley Smith 21-47, Richard Hamblin 22-10, Richard Horton 23-56, Nick Milward 24-16, Gary Foreman 23-59,Simon Price 26-19, Nick McCartney 30-03.
On Wednesday, the Wheelers’ Green Machine team were out for the last event in the TLI Handicap Road Racing League, held at Withern, near Alford.
And what a night it turned out to be.
Tim Kingswood was the first man over the line to take the night’s win and also first place in Group Two.
Chris Clayton was third in Group One while Sam Cowan was third in Group Two.
Marshall rode in the scratch group and hung in.
This must rank as one of the best nights for the club.
On Sunday, Marshall took an outstanding fourth overall at the LRRA 25 event with a time of 57 mins 37 secs in very blustery conditions.
On the same day, Alan Wheeler completed the Cambridge Duathlon (40 km bike, 10 km run) with a time of 1 hr 58.51 mins.
And to top it all, the Go-Ride event for youngsters set a new record attendance on Saturday.
All children aged from four-15 are invited to the Saturday morning rides - and introduction to the sport - at Peter Paine Sports Centre, running from 10.30am-11.30am every week.