ROUND-UP: Toma was too good in national event, clun record for Gelsthorpe

The National Clarion held their circuit race championships around the purpose-built Wakefield circuit with several local riders faring well.

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

Today, Wednesday September 13, is Cycle to Work Day, which encourages adults across the UK to get on their bike and give cycle commuting a go for one day.

Paul Lunn.

Fenland Clarion riders are in record-breaking form

Fenland Clarion riders Paul Lunn and Lindsay Clarke were in record-breaking form for the club at the weekend.

Pictured are the award winners at the Fenland Clarion grasstrack meeting at the Embankment.

Lindsay lands another national title

Fenland Clarion veteran Lindsay Clarke continued her successful season, winning another national title at the weekend.

Tour of Cambridgeshire cycle road race from the East of England Showground EMN-170406-173332009

Cycling tour to return to city

The East of England Arena and Events Centre, known as the Showground, has announced that Golazo Cycling Ltd, organiser of the Tour of Cambridgeshire, has committed to holding the international cycling event at the venue for the next three years.

Claire Steels.

Steels smashes club record

Peterborough Cycling Club may be the oldest active cycling club in the world but they can certainly keep up with the times.

Thomas Stegeman (left) on the podium at Welwyn.

Thomas is on track for second place at Welwyn

Fenland Clarion youth rider Thomas Stegeman got his track racing off to a positive start with a surprise second place in the Omnium event held on the Welwyn track.

Perfect Adam Peaty.

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It’s a shame for a man who set more world records and now holds the 10 fastest times in 100m breaststroke history that he picked up his latest gold medal on a weekend when the Open, a World Cup cricket final and the Tour de France finale were all taking place.

Lindsay Clarke.

Double Masters gold for Lindsay

Lindsay Clarke picked up two gold medals at the National Masters Championships at the National Velodrome in Newport.

Heroic referee Jerome Garces shows a red card.

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Providing they keep 15 men on the field and kick their penalties, the All Blacks will still win the Lions series.

Kevin Hobbs.

Two good Old boys

There was more success for Peterborough Cycling Club at the weekend.

Ollie Squibb.

Great racing at youth meeting

There was some thrilling action when Fenland Clarion hosted another evening of youth racing at the Embankment track on Friday.

Paul Lunn.

Clarion man Lunn is a national champion

Fenland Clarion rider and top local triathlete Paul Lunn won the national Clarion 50-mile championship hosted by the Nottingham Clarion.

Evander Wishart.

Youngster Wishart turns in another fine ride

Fenland Clarion youngster Evander Wishart turned in another fine performance when racing in the fourth round of the Hackney Primvera circuit series.

Ed Lowe is pipped on the line.

Clarke clocks new record

Lindsay Clarke was in record-breaking form at the weekend.

Simon Pitchford.

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The third round of the Northants time trial series bought success to Fenland Clarion.

Georgia  Bullard.

Langlands back with a bang

Fenland Clarion old boy Dave Langlands, now riding for Team Bottrill, won the second round of the Northants & District CA 10-mile time trial hosted by Clarion on their Sawtry course.

James Gelsthorp.

Harwood scorches home in course record time

Market Deeping cyclist Brett Harwood, a Terry Wright Cycles team racer and a second claim Peterborough Cycling Club member, won the Spalding Hilly 18-mile time trial at the weekend in a speedy 39mins 28secs - a new course record.

Pictured are prizewinners in the Fenland Clarion Spring Series of youth races.

CYCLING: Dawid leads from the front for Peterborough

Peterborough Cycling Club celebrated their first win of the new season at the weekend when their Polish member Dawid Sargent-Szczesniak took the honours in the Northants CRA handicap road race at Keysoe.

Harry Tozer (left) was second overall in the Muddy Monsters Series.

Clarion man Stokes claims their first win of the season

The second round of the Northants CRA handicap road race series provided the first win of the season for Fenland Clarion rider Tom Stokes.

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