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Busy week for Godric

PUBLISHED: 10:56 26 June 2009 | UPDATED: 08:18 01 August 2010

ITwas a busy but good week for Godric cyclists.

In the East District CA 100 mile Time Trial on the A11 Attleborough by-pass, on the best Sunday morning of the year for cycling, Adrian Perkin set a new club 100-mile (trike) record, beating Geoff Mayne's 1977 record by six min 46 sec and was second vet on age standard out of 80 riders.

ITwas a busy but good week for Godric cyclists.

In the East District CA 100 mile Time Trial on the A11 Attleborough by-pass, on the best Sunday morning of the year for cycling, Adrian Perkin set a new club 100-mile (trike) record, beating Geoff Mayne's 1977 record by six min 46 sec and was second vet on age standard out of 80 riders.

Riding in the East Anglian CC 10-mile time trial on Thursday evening on the A11 at Attleborough, Adrian did 25:51 on his trike.

Paul Barwood was on a good ride when his chain came off, but after a short stop he was back on his bike and finished in 25:47 and Jim Caplin was timed at 28:33 and Mike Hudspith 22:51.

In the VTTA East Anglia 25- mile time trial on the A14-A11 near Newmarket, Mike did a personal best time of 57:19 the best Godric 25 of the year, in good conditions. In the same event Jim did 1-08:06.

In the Shaftesbury 50-mile time trial on the A14 and A11 Mike did a ride of 1-59:47.

This weekend Godric CC is holding its 50-mile time trial on the A11 at Attleborough on Sunday, starting at 7am.


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