Steven Guymer (Squadra RT) took a narrow win by just three seconds in the Hull Thursday RC 25 while Amanda Dean (Hull Thursday RC) won the women’s event.
Guymer, aged 31, took three open wins at the start of the season and has since recorded a host of top ten finishes.
On this occasion Guymer was not to be beaten and his winning time of 54 minutes and 26 seconds was three seconds clear of his nearest rival.
The undulating V733 course saw riders start north of Beverley before completing an outward journey along the flatter A164 and then heading on the lumpy B1248 back home.
Riders not only had to compete with the undulating roads but also a windy afternoon.
Veteran rider Andy Thomas (Lindsey Roads CC) fell narrowly short of an elusive open victory and had to settle for second in 54.29 while Matthew Lock (Cliff Pratt Racing) finished third in 54.53.
In the women’s event Dean took a comfortable victory with her time of 1:10.16 faster than that of Ellen Messingham (Barracuda Tri Club) in 1:11.50.
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1 Steven Guymer (Squadra RT) 54.26
2 Andy Thomas (Lindsey Roads CC) 54.29
3 Matthew Lock (Cliff Pratt Racing) 54.53
4 Alex Russell (City RC Hull) 55.12
5 Melvin Blackford (Vive Le Velo) 57.21
6 Graham Heaton (City RC (Hull) 58.11
7 Neil Cleminshaw (Vive Le Velo) 58.28
8 Andrew Hicklin (Peak RC) 58.42
9 Craig Moody (Giant Halifax RT) 59.12
10 David Mcleavy (City RC (Hull) 59.20
1 Amanda Dean (Hull Thursday RC) 1:10.16
2 Ellen Messingham (Barracuda Tri Club) 1:11.50