Personal bests set at cycling event

RACE favourite Mike Smith did not disappoint in the second of Colchester Rovers' championship 10s at Tendring.Smith won in 22 minutes 31 seconds, just short of his season's best, and beat runner-up Adrian Manley by exactly a minute.

RACE favourite Mike Smith did not disappoint in the second of Colchester Rovers' championship 10s at Tendring.

Smith won in 22 minutes 31 seconds, just short of his season's best, and beat runner-up Adrian Manley by exactly a minute. Manley's 23-31 bettered his previous best by 15 seconds, third-placed Nick Webber achieved a season's best 23-36 and Phil Jarvis set a PB of 23-41. Newcomer Andy Mitchell won the Handicap award, while the best ride came from 14-year-old Ellen Triggs, who took five and a half minutes off her previous best to take second Handicap.

Other times included: Jim Reed 24-04, Richard Haines 24-17, Ken Baker 24-33, David Payne 24-48, Julie Baker 25-28 and Errol Baker 26-00.


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