King’s Lynn CC rider Nathan storms in a minute ahead of rivals

From left: Maria Frary, Peter Barber,Jo Brookes, Carole Seaman,Paul Hunt, Phil Seaman, Gary Bowles, Ali Boorman. Not in the picture,Roy Clayton and Gavin Gavin Costick.
From left: Maria Frary, Peter Barber,Jo Brookes, Carole Seaman,Paul Hunt, Phil Seaman, Gary Bowles, Ali Boorman. Not in the picture,Roy Clayton and Gavin Gavin Costick.
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KING’S LYNN CYCLING CLUB WEDNESDAY EVENING 10-MILE TT

On a clear sunny evening a moderate westerly wind didn’t cause trouble for the 29 riders participating.

Fastest rider Nathan Corridon (KLCC) stormed home with a time of 21.23 followed by KLCC’s Matthew Senter in 22.37.

Other KLCC times were: Jorge Vieira 23.04; Simon Hardy 24.00; Miles Thomas 24.18; Simon Light 25.04; James Senter 25.09; Phillip Seaman 25.51 (pb); Andy Sennett 26.32; Chris Levy 26.40; Paul Hunt 27.13; Justin Gyton 27.15; Simon Howling 27.21; Neil Holland 27.32; Emma.Thompson 27.34; Ben Smith 28.06; Jamie McRann 28.10; Gavin. Costick 28.31; Lesley Robins 30.08; Jo Brooks 30.17; Peter Barber 30.24; Geoff Allum 32.46; Maria Frary 33.15; Ming and Freddy Lo on Tandem 31.56. Visitors and guests: David Procter Team V02 Bikes 23.10; Jessie Towler 27.15; Zac Towler 27.19; Jake Towler 29.07; Jeremy Navrady 30.45.

l Saturday saw KLCC’s Kay Burgess compete at the Peterborough CC Open 10-Mile TT on N10/10 course which was part of the Womens Eastern Racing League (WERL) with over 75 riders taking part.

Kay completed her race with a PB in 28.21 coming in 60th and described the race as: “The day was fairly warm but windy and this meant for a fairly hard outbound leg. The return was easier. It had some undulations which meant making best use of the more forgiving parts of the course.”

BOUDICCA SPORTIVE

This sportive on Sunday started from Snetterton at the World Horse Welfare Farm and had three routes – 40, 70 and 100 miles – and 600 cyclists took part.

Ten KLCC riders tackled the routes: Gavin Costick on the 40, Ali Borrman, Gary Bowles, Paul Hunt, Jo Brooks, Phil Seaman, Carole Seaman, Maria Frary and Peter Barber on the 70 and Roy Clayton on the 100.

All completed the sportive, and comments were: “A very pleasant ride through undulating Norfolk countryside in dry sunny weather with a westerly wind to challenge first half of the ride.”