Sid Valley cyclist Parker has a busy Easter

09:44 25 April 2014

It was a quiet Easter for the Sid Valley CC riders, writes Carlton Parker.

Quiet that is, for all but Doug Parker, one of the club’s Time Trialist who competed in two races, the first on a fresh and windy Easter Monday morning were he clocked 23:56 on the U21/10 course near Cross in Somerset, the winner was Mr Graham Moir (Scuderia RT) with an impressive time of 20:36.

The second race was on Tuesday evening on the U30/9 an event being hosted by Yeovil CC, it was a little less windy and warmer which helped Doug achieve a time of 22:27 on this shorter but interest course.

The race was won by Mr Ashley Martin (Bikeshed UEX) in a time of 20:05.

If you fancy a Sunday morning ride with a nice coffee and 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 or our Facebook page Sid Valley Cycling Club.


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