Adam Bidwell was the fastest male while Amy Pritchard and Jackie Field were joint top female riders at the Cambridge CC 25-mile time trial that took place near Cambridge on Sunday morning.
The little-used but fast F2a/25 course just West of Cambridge played host to the event.
The 25 is a two-lap version of the same bit of the A428 dual-carriageway that is used by the fast F2a/10, F2D/10 and F2/15 courses, running between Caxton Gibbet roundabout in the west and Madingley interchange in the east.
Bidwell (Kingston Wheelers CC) topped the overall standings after finishing his run with a time of 49-12.
He last topped a podium at the Addiscombe CC 10 at the end of July and finished on top at the VTTA London & Home Counties 10 at the beginning of May.
Ross Clarke (TMG Horizon Cycling Team) finished in second after passing the timekeepers stopwatches with a time of 49-39. Kevin Tye finished in third with a time of 49-42 respectively.
Amy Pritchard (Team Bottrill) and Jackie Field (CC Ashwell) both finished their runs with a time of 56-39 to top the standings in the women’s event.
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