Personal best times
PUBLISHED: 12:13 21 August 2006 | UPDATED: 09:44 24 May 2010
DESPITE a menacing north-westerly wind, a glut of 25mph plus rides were recorded in the latest Weston Wheelers' midweek 10-mile time trial. Visitor Jon Wynn was the fastest man on the night, carving his way through the difficult conditions to post an impr
DESPITE a menacing north-westerly wind, a glut of 25mph plus rides were recorded in the latest Weston Wheelers' midweek 10-mile time trial.Visitor Jon Wynn was the fastest man on the night, carving his way through the difficult conditions to post an impressive time of 20.42, an average speed of just under 29mph.Weston's season-long champion-ship leader Mark Ashurst again produced the club's fastest ride. Despite still having heavy legs from his recent Austrian Ironman triathlon event, he averaged more than 27mph to finish with 21.56.The victory reinforces his lead in the series championship. He has a 20-point cushion with his nearest rival, Steve Chmiewliski (23.51) who conceded points to rampant Rich Harrison, who crossed the finishing line in 23.45.Fourth fastest Wheeler was Chris Gough (23.58), who continues to show improved form. His 25mph ride edged out Matthew Dell (24.03) and Wayne Baker (24.04). They narrowly beat Nick Williams (24.51) and Paul Burns (24.34), who produced personal best times.Other Weston finishers: C Ashurst 25:27; M Radford 25:39; S and T Summerhayes (two-up) 27:28; P Pearce (Weston Wheelers) 28:04; S Holland 29:44. In the season-long points championship Mark Ashurst is leading with 130 points, followed by Steve Chmiewliski (110) and Rich Harrison (84). Other leading riders are: Wayne Baker (67), Rob Heathcote (61) and Chris Gough (55).Time keeper was Gill Uddal with Mark Nicholson pushing off. For further details about the race or general information on Weston Wheelers Cycling Club, log on to the website www.westonwheelers.co.uk
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