Victory in the North Hampshire Road Club time trial went to Victoria Miller and James Boyman, who were fastest female and male respectively over the 18.5-mile course near North Waltham on Saturday.
28-year-old Miller (Brighton Mitre CC) clocked 53-21 to take the women’s prize, while Boyman, 30 and riding for Hoops Velo, covered the H19/11 course in 38-25 to take the overall victory by 32 seconds.
Second spot overall went to Liam Maybank, the Twickenham CC veteran who clocked 38-57, while Ryan Davies (AS Test Team) had to settle for third, another 1-01 behind.
Maybank’s team-mate at Twickenham CC, Chris Holmes clocked 40-17 for fourth place overall, while Matt Buckley (Andover Wheelers) was fifth, another 23 seconds off the pace.
It was Maybank’s second open victory of the season so far following his win in the East Sussex CA hardriders 15.1-mile time trial a fortnight earlier. Having won four of the six events he rode in 2018, Boyman is surely on the cards to rack up more victories as 2019 progresses.
Last season he secured his first win in the Farnham Road Club 10 in may, and followed that up with victories in the a3crg 10 in July, the Sussex CA 10 in August and the utag RT 10 in September.
The H19/11 course begins near North Waltham just north of the junction of the M3 and the A303. Riders head south tracking the motorway on the A33 before turning off eastwards on Northington Lane and crossing over the motorway as they make their way to Northington.
From there they follow the road up through Brown Candover and Preston Candover and turn westwards in Axford to finish just before the M3.
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