Cycling Club Breckland ready for trials season

With the Cycling time trial season barely beginning, Cycling Club Breckland’s riders are showing they are more than ready for the challenges ahead.

The weekend saw a strong representation on the region’s fastest course, the E2/10. Declan Davis once again punched well above his weight with a time many adults would have been pleased with of 22:19. Chris Nudds was only a slim margin behind with a time of 22:30. Other CCB rides came from Mark Fairhead who found the going tough (24:10), Ray Turner (24:40), Stephen Penney (30:15) and Junior Emily Davis (28:32).

Several riders competed again on Sunday in the North Norfolk Wheelers Club 10 mile time trial from Horsford to Cawston. Mark Fairhead and Roger Graham posted times of 24:59 and 26:41 respectively.

The Cycling Club Breckland time trial season is now fast approaching, with the first event a 5 mile time trial from Scoulton on April 4. The event is open to anyone of any ability. More information can be found on the CCB website.


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