Lizi Duncombe (Socks4Watts Race Team) continued her impressive form over the longer distances by winning the women’s event at the Bike-Pace 50, while Dean Robson (Velo Sport Jersey) took his first victory of the season in the men’s event.
Duncombe, aged 31, from London, won the North Lancashire Time Trial Association 100 on her last outing and was again victorious in South Wales clocking a winning time of one hour, 53 minutes and 28 seconds.
Duncombe’s new personal best time was impressive enough to place her 11th overall in the event and she was the women’s winner by five minutes and 31 seconds.
The R50/1B saw riders compete over two laps of the out and back A40 between Abergavenny and Mitchel Troy.
Conditions were fine and dry, with a warm north-easterly wind of around 13 miles per hour that some riders found blustery and troublesome.
Although the Hardwick Gyratory was very busy, traffic levels on the A40 dual carriageway between Abergavenny and Raglan varied between light and moderate.
Duncombe also led her team to third place in the overall team competition.
Quickest veteran on standard Michelle Lee (PDQ Cycle Coaching) was also second overall stopping the clock in 1-58-59.
Taking part in her first open time trial for almost two years Roxy Woodfield (Hereford Triathlon Club) finished third in 2-03-03 which was 30 seconds faster than second veteran on standard Jo Buckland (FTP Fulfil The Potential Racing) (2-03-33).
Woodfield also won the LTS improvement prize with an improvement of 16 minutes and 10 seconds from a ride of 2-03-03.
Meanwhile, in the men’s category Robson clinched his first victory of the season knocking over four minutes off his personal best time clocking 1-42-48.
On his last outing Robson finished 14th in the National Circuit Championships. He also finished runner-up in both the North Devon Wheelers sporting 22 and Team Swindon Cycles 10.
Anthony Jones (VMCC powered by Y Beic) was second overall with 1-43-49, a personal best improvement of 27 seconds and also first place veteran on standard with +33.31.
Meanwhile, Philip Tucker (Bynea CC) finished third in 1-44-59. He also led Bynea Cycling Club to the team award alongside Darrel Williams (1-58-49) and Philip Turner (1-59-15).
Second veteran on standard was Stuart Day (VC Sevale - Malvern) +30:58 after posting a time of 1-48-11.
In the road bike event Andrew Butcher (Cwmcarn Paragon Road Club) took his first victory of the season clocking 1-56-46 - a personal best improvement of 3-21.
Butcher had finished second in the Bynea CC 10 and bike-pace 50 on road bikes, but was not to be denied on this occasion.
Richard Llewellyn (Imperial Racing Team) finished second in 2-04-19 ahead of Dylan Edwards( Veloflow CC) clocking 2-05-12.
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1 Dean Robson Velo Sport Jersey 01:42:48
2 Anthony Jones VMCC powered by Y Beic 01:43:49
3 Philip Tucker Bynea Cycling Club 01:44:59
4 Stuart Day VC Sevale (Malvern) 01:48:11
5 Simon Adcook Worcester St. Johns CC 01:49:21
6 Harry Loader Mid Devon CC 01:50:40
7 Robin Short Cotswold Veldrijden 01:51:45
8 Thomas Dye Cardiff Ajax CC 01:52:29
9 Daniel Wyatt Hereford & Dist Whs CC 01:52:35
10 Luke Smith Bristol South Cycling Club 01:53:13
11 Ross McNally Pembrokeshire Velo 01:55:40
12 Adam Whittaker FTP (Fulfil The Potential) Racing 01:55:52
13 Mark Bradley Bristol South Cycling Club 01:55:54
14 Paul Colman Haverfordwest Hornets 01:57:05
15 Tommy Barlow Clevedon & District Road Club 01:57:07
16 Chris Lee Merthyr CC 01:57:08
17 Mike Hall Port Talbot Whs CC 01:57:29
18 Paul Winchcombe Chippenham & District Wheelers 01:57:40
19 Liam O'Mahoney East London Triathletes 01:58:18
20 Darrel Williams Bynea Cycling Club 01:58:49
21 Christopher Newby Bristol CX 01:59:12
22 Phillip Turner Bynea Cycling Club 01:59:15
23 Jon Wiggins PDQ Cycle Coaching 01:59:44
24 Iain Bell Monmouthshire Wheelers 01:59:53
25 Roger Whittle Gloucester City Cycling Club 02:00:26
26 Andy Kelly Bristol South Cycling Club 02:02:55
27 Chris Goulden American Flyers 02:03:06
28 Tony Lake Gloucester City Cycling Club 02:04:26
29 Derek Dowdeswell Gloucester City Cycling Club 02:05:17
30 Gerry McGarr Gloucester City Cycling Club 02:05:27
31 Marco Marletta Cardiff Jif 02:06:11
32 Andrew Simpkins Team Echelon 02:07:14
33 Les Thomas Port Talbot Whs CC 02:08:12
34 Mark Evans Chippenham & District Wheelers 02:08:13
35 Matthew Garfield Cycle Specific 02:09:14
36 Ryan Evans Rhondda Triathlon Club 02:11:46
37 Cliff Voller Newbury RC 02:15:25
38 Tom Cox Saint Piran 02:15:36
39 Jonny Simpkins Andover Wheelers 02:15:44
40 Roger Taylor Frome and District Wheelers 02:16:57
41 Nathan Miles Haverfordwest Hornets 02:18:35
42 Simon Kinsey Virtual Cycling Club 02:18:57
43 John Howells Corinium Cycle Club 02:55:19
1 Andrew Butcher Cwmcarn Paragon Road Club 01:56:46
2 Richard Llewellyn Imperial Racing Team 02:04:19
3 Dylan Edwards VELOFLOW CC 02:05:12
1 Lizi Duncombe Socks4Watts Race Team 01:53:28
2 Michelle Lee PDQ Cycle Coaching 01:58:59
3 Roxy Woodfield Hereford Triathlon Club 02:03:03
4 Jo Buckland FTP (Fulfil The Potential) Racing 02:03:33
5 Louise Burnie Swansea Wheelers/CS Abertawe 02:04:21
6 Hannah Munday Tri Training Harder 02:04:25
7 Laura Paine Socks4Watts Race Team 02:04:26
8 Amanda Lane Bynea Cycling Club 02:10:05
9 Mhairi Smith Socks4Watts Race Team 02:11:55
10 Claire Jackson Royal Dean Forest Cycle Club 02:13:46