David Harding and Anna Muir finished quickest man and woman in the Victoria CC 10.2-mile time trial on Saturday morning.
The E1/10a course has been kind to David Harding (Chelmer CC) in 2018 after winning last month’s Victoria CC 10 ahead of Andy Stuart.
Notching his fourth win of the season with a time of 21-58, this is Harding’s third in the Victoria CC point’s league after winning the previous two rounds to surely tie up overall victory.
Karl Willis (Herts Rouleurs Racing Club) was 17 seconds off the pace in 22-15, the proverbial silver medal spot may be his second podium of the year.
Ryan Witchell (Team salesengine.co.uk) was third with a time of 22-27.
(Chelmer CC) swept up the day’s racing as Anna Muir finished fastest female in a time of 24-55. The win is Muir’s fourth of the season in solo events.
Susan Triplow (Essex Roads CC) was second in 25-42 with Julia Freeman (Easterley Road Club) in third, crossing the line in 26-18.
In the two-up category, Team Vision Racing duo Rob Young and Matthew Saunders took the prize by 1-44 as they stopped the timing on 22-21.
The win is their first for the Victoria CC point’s league with previous finishes of third and eighth.
Second-placed pair Peter Tibbitts (Ford CC) and Thomas Platts (Aspire Velo RT) also had their best result of the series with a time of 24-05, beating third place by one second.
Third placed pairing was Ratae RC riders Chris Spray and Ed Watson.
The three-up category featured James Conway and Adam Lowe of the Metropolitan Police CC who teamed up with Andy Yeoman (Bishop’s Stortford CC) to finish fastest in 23-56.
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