A warm night with little wind - tip top conditions for a club 10. A very decent turnout, featuring 36 riders on 35 bikes. And much quicker than last week - everyone who rode last week went quicker today by around 30 - 60 seconds, with Lucy Goode lopping a whopping 1m 38s off her time - mega.
There are very many notable performances. The top three men on TT bikes all did 20 minutes, with Tom and Mike beating their all time PBs and moving up in top 10 of the fastest-of-all time lists. Alex is aiming a the course record (John Shubert, 19:49) and has a good chance of getting it this year,
Nieve Richardson moves up to second on the fastest of all time list for her age group. Oliver Agombar goes in at number 9 in the fastest U16s and Skylar Kan up to 8th in the juniors. History being made right here!
Great to see the Komors out on the tandem and in their club kit too.
On the road bikes, James 22:47 is up there with the fastest ever done on a road bike. And newcomer Abigail Wade put in a fabulous debut time to win the women's road bike.
Couple more shout outs - welcome back to Mel NIchols doing her first ride since 2017. Sorry we don't have a handbike category in the results Mel - will have to fix this soon!
The important matter of the interclub battle with Gloucester City- It looks like the Cheltenham have won pretty convincingly over Gloucester - we'll have to see how whether they can get revenge in the rematch at Gloucester on Tuesday
Thanks to Tappy Tapia, Severia Di Gerlando, Laura Finucane, Mart McGreary and Don Muir for helping tonight.