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Fastest male and female riders at the Adept Precision RT 17.2-mile time trial on Saturday were Shaun Tyson (Adept Precision RT) and Louise Hamilton (Mountain Goat Coaching) respectively.
Tyson, 46 and from Hartlepool, clocked 39.58 and was the only rider to go under the 40-minute mark for the T171 course near Swainby in North Yorkshire, while Team Bottrill’s Kris Atkin was 1-03 behind in second and Aaron Preston (Brother NRG) was third.
And veteran Louise Hamilton clocked 52.55 to take the women’s prize by 21 seconds from Maria Mulleady (Team Swift), while Amanda Waller (Teesdale CRC) was third.
With the one rider one prize rule in force, the over-40 veterans prize went to the promoting club’s Dan Evans, while over-50 vet was Paul Fountain (Hartlepool CC) and top over-60 rider was Russ Richardson (Teessdale CRC).
Aaron Preston (Brother NRG) took third, and was also the pick of the junior riders too.
For Tyson, the win was just the latest of a series of good performance so far in the 2017 season.
Although he was a non-finisher in the National 50 last weekend, he previously took the win in the Veterans TTA (North) 10-mile time trial in June, and was third veteran in the Knight Composites Classic TT Series round five in May.
Earlier in the season he won the Hartlepool CC 10, and was second in the Cleveland Wheelers 21 early season time trial in March.
For Hamilton, the win comes after several podium finishes in events in 2017 – but this was her first victory.
She placed second in the Cleveland Wheelers 25 last month, and in May was second in the Hartlepool CC 10 and Richmond CC 24.
April saw the prolific rider finish second in Hartlepool CC’s 10 and Bishop Auckland CC 32, while she has also finished third in several events.
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