Under-23 rider Bevan Jones (Team Sportslab) took top spot in the Lindsey Roads CC 10-mile time trial, while veteran rider Joy Payne (Amersham Road CC) also won the women’s event for the second year running.
Jones clocked a winning time of 20-16, some 10 seconds faster than he clocked last season.
The C10/4 course, which runs on the outskirts of Grimsby, saw riders turn onto the A18 before turning for home.
Jones, aged 20 and from Brigg in North Lincolnshire, finished third in the Team Swift 10 last week but went 19 seconds faster and two places better to win on this occasion.
He was chased home by two veterans from the host club team who were locked in a battle for second place. Stuart Wells eventually ran out second clocking 20.44 just five seconds faster than his team-mate Andy Thomas.
Tony Truepenny-Phillipson (Bec CC) was fourth and was the only senior rider in a top ten dominated by veteran riders.
Meanwhile in the women’s event veteran Payne, who also won the event last year, clocked an average speed of over 21 miles per hour on her way to setting a winning time of 27.32.
She was chased home by Anna Warner (Cleethorpes Tri Club) in second nearly two minutes back in 29.23.
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