Earl Taylor rode to second place at the Barkston Heath Cat 4 race last Saturday... missing out on first by the length of a wheel.
The Boston Wheeler is now just two points away from his Cat 3 licence.
Round eight of the Wheelers’ 10-mile TT League was down to a split second, but Adrian Marshall claimed another victory.
Results: Adrian Marshall 1 23-24, 2 Dan Carr 23-25, 3 Darren Smith 23-34, 4 Martin White 23-53, 5 Neil Coles 25-31, 6 Nick Chapman 25-53, 7 Pete Flint 26-05, 8 Richard Cripps 30-00.
Private trials: Richard Hamblin 22-22, Gareth Hodgson 26-12.
Charlie Porter and Craig Thursby finished a respectable 12th and 14th at the last road race of The Lime Kiln Series.
Neil Coles recorded a personal best by almost two minutes when competing at the Nev Crane memorial 25TT.
He crossed the line in a time of 1 hour 04.16 mins.
Boston Wheelers are hosting a Cycling Skills and Racing event on July 25 for seven to 15-year-olds.
It will be held at the Princess Royal Sports Arena, Boston.
The Boston Wheelers’ Go-Ride Club - to introduce juniors in to the sport - continues.
It meets each Saturday at the Peter Paine Sports Centre, Rosebery Avenue (10.30-11.30am).
Sunday fun rides leave from Boston Post Office for all abilities.
Further details on these events are available at www.bostonwheelerscc.org.uk/ goride.htm