KEIR Lewis broke yet another record when Stratford Cycling Club held an open ten-mile time trial on Saturday which attracted 84 riders.
There were some outstanding performances recorded in conditions which were far from ideal or conducive to fast rides.
Nevertheless, Stratford CC veteran Mick Stallard recorded a time of 21mins, 53secs for ninth position overall.
First to start, organiser Nick Green produced a creditable 22mins, 30secs for 17th position, whilst first year junior Lewis recorded a personal best of 22mins, 44secs for 22nd overall and first junior.
Other Stratford riders were Adrian Osborn (24:10), Nigel Jones (25:32), Keith Fitzgerald (27:18) and Declan Logue (29:51).
The event was won by Matt Clinton of Mike Vaughan Cycles in an outstanding 20mins, 06secs, whilst Liz Powell made it a double success for the Mike Vaughan Cycles team as she clocked 23:34 to win the women’s event.
Club chairman Green said afterwards that attention will now turn to beginning planning for the two National Championships SCC will promote in September 2016.