A sense of Deja Vu
It was a case of back to normal at this week’s evening TT. On the ride to the roundabout the 9 riders got a good help from a strong tail wind and they would have been testing their brakes as they got to the roundabout! Unfortunately this meant that they faced the wind going back and it was particularly testing across the ‘airfield’. It has to be said that taking everything into account the times, which were generally in line with last week’s, were pretty good so well done to everybody who rode.
Chirs Old was first on the night with 24:34 once again leading home Dan Bates and Graham Rice.
There were some family battles taking place too. Lucas Buksh, the first junior home on the night, beat Marcus while Jake Bird got one over on his dad Ian.
It was good to see a returning visitor, Dan Bulley, get a course PB. Well done! We also welcomed Jordan Lofting of Northants Tri Club for the first time and look forward to seeing him again in the weeks ahead.
Thanks to the volunteers
As ever we could not run the events without the volunteers and all of the riders are grateful for their input into making the event happen. Scott Barber has a new skill having learned to Timekeep. He’ll be the first to say that it’s a lot easier than he’d imagined. He also set up the camera to take a few photos. Thanks too to Mick Wood and Mike Lewendon who again marshalled the roundabout.
Thank you all as it would have been a poorer race without you.
If you’d like to take part or help out at any future Time Trials then please visit the Event diary where you’ll get all of the dates and courses.
Results. Use the arrows to sort columns.
|M/F||Cat||Setup||#||Rider||Finish||MPH||Club||Overall||RB Pos||L Pos||J Pos||miles||h||m||s|
|M||Senior||RB||8||Jordan Lofting||09/06/2022||19.77||Northants Tri||10||0||30||21|