Davidson lifts Merv Ineson Cup
The back markers were on a mission in Tinwald Cycling Clubs, Wheel Haus, 48km handicap event around the Wakanui Beach block on Sunday, riding through the field to take victory.
It was Oliver Davidson who had the final say to take the win and lift the Merv Ineson Cup.
His efforts also saw him secure fastest time honours, covering the distance in 69.05.
It was a close fought event with the Davidson and his co-markers only finding the front inside the final 3km.
Tony Ward finished strongly to claim the second place spoils, with Nigel Douglas stepping onto the final podium position.
Matt Clough produced a great ride to take fourth place.
Paul Sinclair and Paul Summerfield were in the thick of the finish to round out the top six.
The juniors and division 2 contested a 16km handicap event.
Zac Brookland pulled out a great ride to take the win.
Honor Bradford having her first start, showed she will be one to watch, with a top performance being rewarded with second place.
Penny Marriott was hot on her tail in third place, with little sister Tegan Marriott close behind in fourth.
Fifth place Zoe Spillane secured fastest time honours riding the course in 32.14.
Holly Crawford-Douglas rounded out the top half dozen.
Kenny Johnstone had it all his own way in division 2, taking the win.
Next week the Club travels to Mt Somers to contest a 45km mass start event.