Sid Valley Cycling Club pair do well on the S1 course

Friday, May 30, 2014
9:17 AM

Sid Valley Cycling Club members Doug Parker and Jack Salvidge were involved in Bank Holiday Monday action.

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The pair raced over the S1 course on the A377 near Chulmleigh.

This is a challenging course to say the least with its twists, turns, ups and downs not forgetting the forgiving road surface!

Parker covered the 25-mile course in a time of 63:05 and Salvidge achieved a more credible time of 61:35 while still supporting bandages and scars from road race crashes the week before.

So, well done Jack for what was certainly a brave ride. The race was won by Thomas Baylis (Haribo-Beacon RT) in a time of 54:51.

If you fancy a nice Sunday morning ride around beautiful East Devon with a good coffee and a piece of cake half way round or something a little bit more strenuous from a 100km Audax to a circuit road race or a local time trial then Sid Valley CC could be the club for you. To find out more visit SVCC.org.uk or our Facebook page Sid Valley Cycling Club.

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