A great turnout of Bourne riders took 14 of the 33 start positions at the annual Interclub 25mile TT competition between Bourne Wheelers, Sleaford Wheelers, Spalding CC & Boston which was hosted by Sleaford Wheelers on the C22/25 Silk Willoughby to Donnington course. Luckily the strong winds calmed down a lot to slightly ease the painful back leg from Donnington RAB.
Fastest Bourne riders on the night were Robbie Ward (57:02 / 4th overall) followed by Tom Comben (58:23 / 5th overall) and Chris Kettle (59:42 / 7th overall), riding his first 25TT.
Bryn Richards took the Junior overall win in 01:05:01.
Well done to all riders, especially those riding their first 25TT: Loz Staples, Chris Kettle, Becca Stubbs.
Sleaford took the team win with Bourne in 2nd, Spalding 3rd and Boston 4th.
The night was won by Richard Hamblin in 54:39 with Neil Palmer just behind (54:48) and George Thompson (55:10) in 3rd.
Thanks to Sleaford Wheelers for hosting a great event.
The season long Scratch competition is running very close with Michael Smalley and Antony Gough tying in 1st with (87pts) and Chris Kettle in 3rd (84pts).
In the Junior Scratch, Bryn Richards has a 42pt lead over his sister Emily with 120pts. Ellie Peel is in 3rd with 54pts.
In the Handicap competition, Michael Smalley has a 20pt lead (91pts) over Chris Kettle and Ian Davison who both tie 2nd with 71pts.
In the Junior Handicap, Bryn Richards leads with 98pts, Emily Richards is 2nd with 85pts