King’s Lynn Mountain Bike Club halfway through cross country time trials at West Bilney
King’s Lynn Mountain Bike Club (KLMTB) are halfway through their unique cross country time trials.
Held at West Bilney woods over a 3.2-mile course, to achieve a time the riders have to complete two laps of the challenging course with some tough climbs and fast downhill single track.
There was also opportunity for the juniors to take up the challenge with a shorter 1.1-mile loop for the 8–14 years and a half-mile section for the under 8’s; both with technical single track to negotiate.
The event is being held over five Saturdays throughout the summer and prizes are given to club members for their best four times, and a separate prize for the quickest lap.
Results so far of first three time trials (TT).
Under 9 Years (1st Time Trial unless stated): Connor Hallett 6.17, Thomas Twell 6.18, 5.52 (2nd TT), Harrison Brewer 6.43, Samuel Booty 6.50, Max Green 5.37 (2nd), 6.16 (3rd TT).
Over 9 Years: Jack Turner 11.39, 10.38 (2nd), Arthur Buckler 12.38, 16.13 (2nd), Freddie Van-Daalen 14.16, 11.56 (2nd), Bradley West 14.24, 12.09 (2nd), Harry Titman 14.24, 10.45 (2nd), 14.35 (3rd), Jack Crane 14.33, Jacob Dickinson 15.07, Catlin Hallett 16.04, Alfie Kireman 16.10, 14.38 (2nd), Lewis Hallett 16.15, Luke Bond 11.42 (2nd), 11.20 (3rd), Jake Dewart 11.51 (2nd), 11.22 (3rd), Alex Seals 13.22 (2nd), Jake Gilham 12.51 (3rd).
Seniors: James Murphy 29.57, 28.17 (2nd), Michael Cubitt 31.13, 30.00 (2nd), Russell Rout 31.35, Shaun Green 33.51, 31.33 (2nd), 33.55 (3rd), Richard Hallett 34.13, 32.57 (2nd), Jack Watts 34.31, 32.56 (2nd), 34.25 (3rd), Steve Brewer 35.56, Roger Seals 40.46, 37.51 (2nd), Martyn Hallett 42.37, Alec Seaman DNF, 34.17 (2nd), Jack Bent 29.04 (2nd), Chris Harley 29.28 (2nd), Jimmy Hupton 32.25 (2nd), Matthew Mantle 33.06 (2nd), Ashley Kirk 33.15 (2nd), Matt Turner 35.43 (2nd), Adrian Hoyle 31.54 (3rd), Ben Hoyle 35.14 (3rd), Craig Dowse 36.57 (3rd).
The fourth time trial will be held at West Bilney woods on Saturday, July 6, and the final event on July 20. Under-8’s start at 12 noon, 8-14 years start at 12.30pm and seniors’ first rider off is at 1.30pm.
Some of the KLMTB members have been taking part in the mud, sweat and gears series around East Anglia.
The first event visited Henham Park followed by a visit to Carver Barracks and recently to a new venue in Thickthorne.
The highlights of these events were Ella Walsh in U9 girls category gaining 4th at Henham Park, 5th at Carver Barracks and 6th at Thickthorne.
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