A hundred miles is a tough ride in any conditions but in the baking heat and without any wind to speak off, it makes it even tougher.
But Daniel Colman of Pembrokeshire Velo overcame the heat which saw many riders fail to finish as he stopped the clock at 3:58.40.
He was 7.05 quicker than second placed rider Philip Tucker of Bynea CC and in third place was Joe Beech of Ogmore Valley Wheelers in 4:07.34.
Kirsty Murray, also of Pembrokeshire Velo, won the women’s event with a time of 4:45.49. She was also top woman veteran on standard with +27.48.
Celia Boothman (Pembrokeshire Velo) was second woman in 4:48.59 and third was Michelle Fishbourne (Abercynon Road Club) 5:04.38.
Paul Colman (Pembrokeshire Velo) won the men’s veteran prize with +34.40. Joshua Tarling (West Wales CRT) took the juvenile prize with a time of 4:27.06 at just 13 years of age.
The team award went to Pembrokeshire Velo with Daniel Colman’s winning time combining with Grant Arnold (4:14.08) and Richard Coomer (4:16.24).
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1. Daniel Colman (Pembrokeshire Velo) 3:58.40
2. Philip Tucker (Bynea CC) 4:05.45
3. Joe Beech (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) 4:07.34
1. Kirsty Murray (Pembrokeshire Velo) 4:45.49
2. Celia Boothman (Pembrokeshire Velo) 4:48.59
3. Michelle Fishbourne (Abercynon Road Club) 5:04.38
Juvenile: Joshua Tarling (West Wales CRT) 4:27.06
Team award: Pembrokeshire Velo: Daniel Colman, Grant Arnold (4:14.08) and Richard Coomer (4:16.24)
Male vet on standard: Paul Colman (Pembrokeshire Velo) +34.40
Female vet on standard: Kirsty Murray +27.48