Ready for the off at the Children's Go Ride session at Lynnsport.

CYCLING: Four guests were among six riders to go under the hour in King’s Lynn Cycling Club’s two-lap 25-mile time trial on the Tottenhill course.

But it was a home rider who clocked the evening’s quickest time of the 17 riders in action with Matthew Senter dominating in 54.45.

He was followed closely by Matt Webster from Loughborough CC in 54.52.

Steve Neill came in third for the hosting club with 57.05.

Other Lynn times were Mile Thomas 1.02.08, James Senter 1.02.36, Simon Hardy 1.04.15, Chris Levy 1.05.03, Jamie McRann 1.05.22, Phil Seaman 1.07.46 PB, Emma Thompson 1,08.39, Kay Burgess 1.12.00, Francesca Hall 1.12.12 and Jo Brooks 1.18.33.

Two Lynn members rode a 13-mile one-lap route with Dan Guppy completing it in 32.28 and Robert Florance in 34.46.

This Wednesday saw the last 25/13-milers of the season with a return to 10s from next week.

  •  Martyn Harris, Jo Brooks and Chris Elliot, got up early on Saturday, to ride the 103 miles to London.
  •  Lynn CC have an active and popular juniors Go Ride section, run at the Lynnsport track on Tuesdays, 6-7pm, by British Cycling level 2 coaches Lee Broadhurst and Mark Whitmore.

The sessions are designed to teach anyone aged nine-13 various bike handling skills and racing techniques.

On average there are 10-20 children attending. The cost for club junior members is £2 and £3 for non-members.

For more information and how to get involved or participate in any other club activity, visit www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk

  •  Congratulations to the 75 pupils from the Smithdon Schools Cluster who took part in this summer’s off-road cycle races at Dersingham Primary School. 

Year groups 2 to 6 competed in varying races with medals awarded to the top three in each Boys and girls category. 

Thanks were sent to the pupils from Smithdon High School who helped to marshal the course and to King’s Lynn Cycling Club for inspecting the bikes and starting the races.