Hands kicks clear
The Tinwald Cycling Club travelled to the low lands of Mount Somers on Sunday to contest a 46km handicap event.
Steve Hands made every post a winner when he unleashed his trade mark sprint to secure the major spoils.
Hands and his co-markers found the front inside the final 10km but had plenty of work to do to ensure the back markers didn’t spoil their party.
Cole Harris continued his good form charging into second place.
Kris Bowditch build on his eye catching effort the week before to secure the final podium position.
Gareth Lewis fresh from the previous weekends 5 Passes Tour produced a strong ride to take fourth place.
Chris Reid and Quinten Lawler who are finding some great form, rounded out the top half dozen.
Back marker Craig Domigan recorded the fastest time, riding the course in 61.28.
Kyle Gray and Michael Audeau recorded second and third time.
The juniors and division 2 raced over 16km.
Kaiden Broomhall had a storming ride, finding the lead and holding on strongly to take the victory.
James Ward battled bravely on the front mark to keep the rest of the field at bay to take second place.
Louie Audeau showed his sprinting qualities, charging into third place.
Fourth place getter Jack Gorrie lifted fastest time honours, covering the distance in 28.12.
Jack Hooper and Charlotte Neal rounded out the top six.
Toresa Hooper took division 2 honours from Rachel Shurrock and Brian Ellis.
Next week the Club travels to Dawsons Road to contest a 60km handicap event.