Another double figure field lined up for the Aegir Cycling Club’s latest 10-mile time trial, with another comfortable win for Jordan Skelly.
The youngster showed no signs of fatigue after a superb triathlon performance at the weekend, averaging over 25mph to finish over two minutes clear of his nearest rival.
Riders started from Knaith and headed onto the A156 towards Torksey, before turning to finish just before Lea. While the course is fairly fast, conditions were not ideal, so credit goes to the six riders who achieved personal bests.
New Aegir member Arran Watson producing a great ride on his first competitive start, having only taken up cycling this spring.
Dave Walker continues to progress, whilst Andy Clarke and Sally Shaw posted their best ever time on the tandem.
Next Week sees a return to Gainsborough for an 18-mile event starting at 7pm.
1st Jordan Skelly 23:25 PB, 2nd Matt Hindmarsh 25:44 PB, 3rd Liam Hindmarsh (juvenile) 26:00 PB, 4th Joe Nash 27:22 PB, 5th Andy Clarke and Sally Shaw (tandem) 28:50 PB, 6th Trevor Halstead 30:32, 7th Arran Watson 30:41, 8th Dave Walker 33:52 PB. Private trails: Andy Lewin 23:45, Steve Brown (trike) 31:34.