Matthew storms home in a PB

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A warm, sunny evening saw the final 25-mile and 13-mile time trials on Lynn Cycling Club’s Tottenhill course for this season.

Some 16 riders tackled the 25m course and storming home in a personal best was Lynn’s Cycling Club’s Matthew Senter, who finished in 53.56.

Other Lynn riders behind were: Miles Thomas 1.01.00, James Senter 1.02.18, Simon Hardy 1.02.48, Chris Levy 1.04.41, Jamie McRann 1.04.55, Justin Gyton 1.06.30, Phil Seaman 1.06.37(PB), Marcus Hopkins 1.07.09, Andy Sennett 1.08.03, Kay Burgess 1.10.36, Neil Holland 1.12.21, Lewis Fulljames (Junior KLCC) 1.15.02 and Jo Brooks 1.19.12.

Guest Riders Myles Higby, from Team VO2 Bikes, in 1.01.11 and Robin Parker, from Wisbech Wheelers, in 1.17.06.

Pauline Sparrow tackled the one lap 13-mile tt in 44.32.

Lynn’s Shelley Walduck rode the KTG Flat Out In The Fens sportive and was one of 120 riders who chose to do the 62-mile route.

She was first rider home (men and women), having broken away at 40 miles, riding the last 22 miles out on her own.

She recorded 3.16.40 and finished two minutes 38 seconds ahead of the next rider, who was the first male home.

Great Massingham Parish Council have welcomed Lynn Cycling Club’s road race coming through their village on October 18.

The event is being sponsored by West Norfolk Insurance, The Insurance Office, Lynn, Sealskinz and Marriotts Skoda Cars.

If any other local companies would like to offer their support, please email: phillip@tiokl.co.uk

The club’s 10-mile time trial meets at Tottenhill village hall at 6pm each Wednesday.

Anyone aged over 16 can come along for a free first taster session without being a club rider. For further details about the club, visit: www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk