LYNN CYCLING CLUB: TOUR OF
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 80-mile BIKE SPORTIVE – GRAN FONDO
Sunday saw some KLCC riders tackle this race on closed roads in and around Peterborough.
This inaugural road race started from the East of England Showground and saw thousands of riders participate.
A well supported and organised event was enjoyed by all riders who took part from the club. The weather was perfect for cycling.
“The crowds along the route were enormous, just like the Tour de Britain,” said club spokesman Phillip Seaman.
Matthew Senter had a storming TT at the Tour Of Cambridgeshire Chrono TT on Saturday.
He completed the 28km closed road Tour of Cambridgeshire Chrono Time Trial and has qualified for a place in the UCI World Amateur Road Championship TT in Denmark this September.
On a light wind and sunny evening 25 riders participated in the final visit to the Grimston circuit for this year.
Matthew Senter dominated the TT becoming first rider and first KLCC rider home in a personal best in 25.41, and only four seconds off the Grimston course record.
He was followed by other KLCC riders.
Results: Simon Hardy 28.45, Dan Guppy 28.55, Ian Kidman 29.14, James Senter 29.15, Miles Thomas 29.29, Chris Levy 30.55, Kevin Piggott 31.07, Phil Seaman 31.09, Andy Sennett 31.38, Ray Barnett 32.08, Paul Hunt 32.41, Robert Florance 32.50,Ming Lo 33.04, Emma Thompson 33.10, Paddy Thompson 34.26, Kay Burgess 34.57, Jo Brooks 35.10, Gavin Costick 36.02 Peter Barber 37.02, Alan Pierce 38.28, Pauline Sparrow 41.36.
Guests: F. Pett 26.36, M Priestley 29.04 and R Parker 36.29.
On Wednesday evening KLCC were back on their Tottenhill course tackling either a 25-mile TT two lap route.
KLCC ROAD RACE,
More sponsors are coming forward for the above race which will see 70-plus riders tackling a 50-mile route around local villages of Grimston, Gayton and Great Massingham.
Walkers Skoda King’s Lynn are again on board as a sponsor.
For more information see www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk