Senter’s successful in final King’s Lynn 25-mile trial of the season

MLNF KLCC Emma Thompson
MLNF KLCC Emma Thompson
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On a warm, breezy Wednesday evening at KLCC’s Tottenhill course, 17 riders tackled the two-lap 25-mile time trial and two tackled the one-lap 13-mile TT route.

Lynn’s own Matthew Senter dominated the 25-mile, finishing very strongly in a time of 54.45. He was followed closely behind by Matt Webster, a guest rider from Loughborough Cycling Club, in 54.52.

Other guest riders close behind were Ben Keeley from Team Velovelocity in 57.26, Freddy Pett in 58.04, David Webster from in 59.47, and M Priestley (RAF CC) in 1.01.03.

Lynn’s Steve Neill went under the hour in 57.05.

Other KLCC times were: Miles Thomas 1.02.08, James Senter 1.02.36, Simon Hardy 1.04.15, Chris Levy 1.05.03, Jamie McRann 1.05.22, Phil Seaman 1.07.46 a PB (previous best time 1.12.45), Emma Thompson 1.08.39, Kay Burgess 1.12.00, Francesca Hall 1.12.12, and Jo Brooks 1.18.33.

KLCC on one-lap route: Dan Guppy 32.28 and Robert Florance 34.46.

Wednesday was the final club 25 and 13-mile TT at Tottenhill for this season and then it is a return to the club 10-mile TT at Tottenhill where KLCC riders continue to battle out for points for club trophies at the end of season. Sign on time will be 6pm.


Lynn Cycling Club have a very active and popular children’s and juniors Go Ride section.

These sessions are run at Alive Leisure Lynnsport track on a Tuesday evening from 6pm–7pm by British Cycling level 2 coaches Lee Broadhurst and Mark Whitmore. These sessions are designed to teach juniors aged 9–13 various bike handling skills and racing techniques.

On average there are between 10–20 children attending these informative and exhilarating events. Cost for these sessions are: KLCC Junior members £2. Non-members £3.

For more information on this and how to get involved in any club activity, visit where more information is provided.

n Three club riders, Martyn Harris, Jo Brooks and Chris Elliot, got up early on Saturday to ride 103 miles to London. The weather was fine for most of the ride, but the closer they got to London, the temperature dropped and it rained hard.