Gammons tackles tough test in national event at Sandringham
Chris Kettle claimed top spot as Bourne Wheelers staged their Wednesday night time trial on the Aslackby course.
He was followed by junior Bryn Richards in second spot with Tom Comben taking third place. First lady was Emily Richards.
Other Bourne riders who had good rides in the strong winds included Dayle Lane, Terry Lawrance, Cliff Hilless and Martin Rolbin. Top performing guests were Matt Green and Mike Smalley.
Four Wheelers raced in the Sleaford club 10-mile time trial with Ashley Hill fourth, Corey Ring sixth, Charlotte Watts first lady and Wayne Hill in 20th place.
Kettle was the only Bourne rider to compete in the Witham Wheelers 25 mile time trial held again on the Sleaford Bypass.
He had a fantastic race on a hot afternoon and finished in ninth place with a time of 57.59.
Dan and Alex Galpin secured good positions at the start of the Criterium Racing at Darley Moor.
Alex finished third and Dan eighth before they raced again on Sunday, this time at the Fete Du Velo race near Stevenage with Alex winning and Dan coming in closely behind.
Maddie Gammons finished in 12th place in the Under 23 women’s category at the National Time Trial for 2019.
Rolling out from the Queen's Norfolk retreat in Sandringham, Gammons successfully tackled a tough 16.5-mile course.
Nick Grimshaw and Carl Harvey took part in their first criterium race at Mallory Park.
A large field of more than 100 cyclists raced and the laps were fast and with constant attacks it was a good experience and insight into competitive cycling for them and they are both looking to go back and race again soon.