Martin White clocked the fastest time at the Boston Wheelers 10-Mile TT last Tuesday.
He finished in 23 mins 50 secs.
Private Trials: Richard Hamblin 22.56, Earl Taylor 23.10, Ian Pike 27.07 (trike), Lauren Pike 31.46.
On Thursday there was a geat turnout for the youth Go Race night at the Tattershall Go Kart track.
Results: Under eight girls - 1 Isla Wainwright (Boston Wheelers), 2 Evie-Souix Starbuck (Sleaford Wheelers); Under eight boys - 1 Jacob Couling (SW), 2 Thomas Cragg (SW), 3 Jake Maw (BW); Under 10 girls -1 Jael Maw (BW), 2 Amanda Ide (SW), 3 Poppy Cowell (VC Lincoln); Under 10 boys - 1 Daniel Backhouse (VC Lincoln), 2 Noah Starbuck (SW),3 Ruben Cooper (BW); Under 12 girls -1 Paige Elding (BW), 2 Abigail Saggs (SW); Under 12 boys - 1 Connor Wilkinson (BW), 2 Cassey Rook (BW); Under 14 girls -1 Mia Mawson (SW), 2 Chloe Cooper- Clark (BW); Under 14 boys - 1 Joshua Blackhouse (VC Lincoln), 2 Bradley Worth (BW), 3 Joel Blevins; Under 16 girls - 1 Melissa Mawson (SW), 2 Sarah Ide (BW).
Jael Maw finished third in the under 10s at the Fenland Clarion Go-ride grasstrack races on Friday, pushing the two boys in first and second all the way.
The following day, Jael claimed third in the latest round of the regional MTB XC series, fighting back the tears following a first-lap fall which included a back injury and nettle stings.
After the hard work on the mountain bike in the morning, Jael then switched to urban cyclo-cross racing at the Queen Victoria event held at Ironbridge.
From a starting pack of 80 riders she finished fourth in the under 10s girl category.
Saturday’s Wheelers Go ride session, for youngsters, took a trip away from its usual home at the Princess Royal Sports Arena and ventured off road at Ostlers Plantation at Woodhall Spa.
Pictured is Jael Maw getting to grips with urban cyclo-cross action.