Spalding Cycling Club's Josh Wallis takes the honours in the 10-mile time trial league race.
Josh Wallis came close to breaking the course record on his way to victory in round two of Spalding Cycling’s Club 10-mile time trial league.
Wallis recorded a time of 20mins 10secs which was only 15 seconds shy of the time set by guest Michael Gill last August.
Neil Palmer took second spot in 21.53 with Bryn Richards - representing Team OnForm - third in 22.33.
There was a welcome return to competitive racing for Kieran Buffham who finished in fourth spot in 22.54.
The opening round of the 10-mile league had been won by Chris Ward who posted a finishing time of 21.36.
Palmer was second in 22.06 with Andy Bowser third in 22.34 and Thomas Wright of PB Performance taking fourth spot with a time of 23.04.
Ward and Palmer also competed at the Melton Olympic Cycling Club’s 10-mile time trial and returned times of 21.27 and 21.38 respectively.
Ian Fensom and Mark Booth raced in a similar event over the same distance at King’s Lynn and came home with times of 23.38 and 24.20 respectively.
Spalding Cycling Club’s introductory club runs have resumed every Saturday morning from 9am at Monkshouse Lane playing field (towards the scout hut).
The rides average 14mph and are between 35-40 miles in distance. Anyone wishing to join the club is welcome to come along and learn to ride in a group with their experienced ride leaders.
10-mile time trial round two results (Spalding riders unless stated): Josh Wallis 20.10, Neil Palmer 21.53, Bryn Richards (Team OnForm) 22.33, Kieran Buffham 22.54, Frazer Wallis 23.45, Graham Horspool (Wisbech Wheelers) 24.26, Ben Marsters 24.30, Steve Chapman 24.42, Elliot Stones 24.52, Matthew Chappell 25.04, Simon Wright 25.06, Adam Ellis 25.21, Gareth Richards 25.22, Mark Hills 25.27, William Horspool (Boston Wheelers) 25.34, Velvet Bowser 26.52, Barry Douce (Boston Triathlon Club) 26.56, Chris Bettinson 27.13, Andy Richardson 29.56, Julie Wright 32.38, Joseph Seaborn-Townsend 37.12.