Thomas Brazier and Keri Parton were the fastest male and female respectively at the Oswestry Paragon CC 25-mile time trial that took place near Welshpool in Powys.
Brazier (Synergy Cycles RT) clocked the fastest time by any rider that day as he finished his run with a time of 52-16.
He adds this victory to the one he achieved at the Hafren CC 10 at the start of June and he also found himself on the second step of the podium at the Crewe Clarion Wheelers 16.5 in mid-May.
The Synergy Cycles rider will be looking to continue his fine form over the remainder of the season and add more positive results to his record.
Alastair Ribbands was the man to finish second, after finishing his run with a time of 53-13. Ribbands last achieved a podium finish at the Manchester Wheelers 20.5 at the beginning of June, where he finished third.
Matthew Davies (Holohan Coaching RT) completed the podium after finishing his run with a time of 53-47.
Keri Parton (Pro Vision Cycle Clothing) finished her run with a time of 59-45 to finish top of the podium in the women’s event respectively.
The female rider was last victorious at the Warrington Road Club 25 which took place last weekend and also fastest at the BDCA hosted by Stafford RC 10 at the end of May.
Parton will be looking to continue her winning form over the coming weeks and add more positive results to her record.
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