CYCLING: Six King’s Lynn Cycling Club members were part of a 40-plus field in the Wisbech Wheelers Open 10 Time Trial.
David Procter was the first Lynn rider home in a time of 23.09 and won the Vet B age category.
James Senter clocked 23.59, Simon Hardy 25.09, Marcus Hopkins 27.37, Neil Holland 28.03 and Elaine Roesner 29.34.
Hardy said: “It was my first time trial of the season. The weather was almost perfect; cool but with bright sunshine and a slight cross wind.
“I pushed hard from the start and was pleased with my efforts and finished with a course personal best time.”.
The event was won by Jon Surtees from SSLL Racing Team in a time of 21.47.
The Lynn club’s first time trial on the B10/37 course takes place today.
Race headquarters is Tottenhill village hall, signing on 10am, first rider off 11am. Riders need a roadworthy bike and rear working light and entry is £3 adults £2 juniors (parental consent form needed).
Refreshments of teas, coffees and cakes will be available in the village hall, where there will also be a bike jumble sale and children’s Go Ride event on the field beside the hall at 12.15pm for an hour.
Go Ride Club members will be participating in various events over the Easter weekend.
Lynn riders will be in action in the first round of the Eastern Region Circuit Series at Lee Valley Velo Park and on Monday the second round of the Eastern Region Youth Circuit Series at Redbridge Cycling Centre.
A Go Ride closed circuit racing event will be held at Redbridge on Saturday, April 2.
For more information about Lynn club’s events and Go Ride on Go Ride, visit the club’s website at www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk