Pace-Judging & Freewheeling Contest 2017

Our annual Pace-Judging & Freewheeling Contest was held on a sunny Saturday afternoon along some quiet lanes south of Four Marks.  Twelve took part, cycling first anti-clockwise, then clockwise, round a short 2.5 mile circuit.  The winner was the cyclist whose time difference for the two laps was the smallest.

The group then moved on to the freewheeling part of the competition, where there was quite a large difference in the distances reached by the riders.  Positions from the two parts of the competition were counted as points and added together, and the lowest combination won overall.

Congratulations to David who was the overall winner, and thanks to everyone else who took part and made it such an enjoyable afternoon.  After the competition the cyclists rode to Nosh Cafe in Four Marks where prizes were presented to the winner and the runners-up by Dan, who had organised the event.

The results are here:

More photos from the event are in the Gallery section of this website and also on the Cycling UK Alton Facebook page.

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