Alan Hill claimed his 40th UK title at the Bmx British Championships held in Derby.
The eldest member of the Hill family won the veterans category – one of the biggest classes of the weekend – on Sunday with a field of 76 competitors taking part.
After negotiating his quarter and semi-final, Alan used all of his experience to hold off the second-paced rider going into the final turn.
Unfortunately, due to a crash a few days earlier in training, youngest Hill member Jared was forced out of action for the weekend with a broken elbow.
In the 13/14 cruisers, Kyle made it through to the semi-finals where he was fourth to book himself a place in the final.
Kyle, who won his first national of the season a fortnight ago, managed second in the final to round off an excellent season for the youngster.
Mum Abi, a former British champion who retired from national racing three years ago to focus on family, did brilliantly to reach the semi-finals after no proper training going into the event.
Dad Alan continued his consistency by wining the 45-49 cruisers.
On Sunday, in the 11-year and older category, Kyle had a third, second and fourth in his motos to get into the quarter-finals for the 14 boys, where he finished seventh.
The British Championships marked the end of the season and the Hill’s collected their awards for the national series at a presentation ceremony held on the Saturday evening.
Kyle finished second overall in 13/14 cruiser and 21st in the 14s.
Jared was second in the 9s, while Alan was crowned champion in the Vets and 45-49 cruisers.
The last race of the summer is the East Anglia Championships later this month.